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Trump Administration Passed on Chance to Secure More of Pfizer Vaccine

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

06:09 min | 5 months ago

Trump Administration Passed on Chance to Secure More of Pfizer Vaccine

"Tonight. The new york times reports trump administration officials past one fighter offered in late summer to sell the us government additional doses of its covid nineteen vaccines now. Pfizer may not be able to provide more of its vaccine to the united states until next june because of its commitments to other countries in a news conference today with new york governor andrew. Cuomo doctor and chief who will serve as joe biden's chief medical advisor on the nineteen said this when you have seventy five eighty percent of the people vaccinated. You have an umbrella of protection over the community that the level of community spread will be really really very low. The virus will not have any place to go when that happens. Governor is going to be entirely dependent upon how well we do. How will i do you do your health officials in getting the message out of why it's so important for people to get vaccinated because it fifty percent of the people get vaccinated then. We don't have that that umbrella of immunity over us journalist now zurich bright. He's a member of the president. Elects corona virus advisory board. Thank you very much for joining us. Really appreciate it. You've gone from being a trump administration. Whistleblower saying that the trump administration was not taking the coronavirus pandemic seriously enough to now being an advisor to the incoming president. I wanna get your reaction to this new york times report tonight that the trump administration was offered more of the pfizer vaccine which is not very close to being approved here Turned it down and now won't be able to get more until the summer possibly at the earliest lawrence. Thanks for having me on tonight. The news is really concerning as you might imagine and we are still looking into that now. We're assessing to see what actually has been ordered and what still needs to happen to ensure that we have enough vaccine doses for all americans as quickly as possible. This highlights something. I've been talking about for many months as a vaccine expert. Making vaccines is very complicated. It's a very complex process. It takes time to make the vaccine to evaluate the vaccines and then we have to ecorse review the vaccines. The fda will be doing on thursday for their safety and how well they work and then the really hard work starts and distributing those vaccines and getting them out and to healthcare centers in the hospitals and community so people can be vaccinated so we have a lot of work ahead of us and one of the greatest concerns. I have is you heard. Dr fauci share at the same time. If we don't have enough maxine soon enough to create that level of immunity in our community there were going to be faced with dealing with this pandemic and the consequences of the pandemic for much longer. Listen to more of what. Dr fauci had to say today. More people going travel over christmas if they're going to have more of those family and friends gatherings that you accurately said or an issue so if those two things happen and we don't mitigate well we don't listen to the public health measures that we need to follow that we could start to see sings really get bad in the middle of january for state or city that is facing similar problems without substantial mitigation. The middle of january can be a really dark time for us. Do you see that. Same vision of the middle of january. Dr fauci sees getting worse every day. Unfortunately we are in the middle and the dark winter that we project it we would be at if we didn't take those public health measures earlier in the year if our government didn't lead by example and and really encouraged people to follow the public health guidelines. I wearing masks avoiding crowds. That didn't happen over the last several months. We are now in what i described in may as what would be the dark winter in modern history and we are now in the and december and is likely to get much worse. I do want to say though that many people are wearing their face mask. And many people are following the public health guidelines and social distancing and actually reports. I saw just in the last week said even more people are starting to wear their masks regularly when they leave their home. That's very encouraging. And i'm very very grateful for those people who are following those guidelines. We do need to get many more people to do that though. We need to have about ninety five percent of the population wearing your face mask. Every time he leaves the house outside and inside now and keep in out of crowds and keeping away from others in small groups as much as possible. That is how we're going to control the spread of this virus until we do have sufficient vaccine available to provide that community protection that we need so desperately. When we see dr fauci appearing with governor cuomo that seems like A certain kind of concession by donald trump that would be unimaginable Donald trump had been reelected. While i can say is that we need leadership now and i'm so glad that we have a president elect biden and vice president-elect harris coming into office. I thought you see. I think you saw the news today announcing the nominee for hhs secretary and a whole group of scientists coming into lead hhs. So i'm convinced now. We have leadership coming in sciences back. And we're going to get a hold of this virus we're going to control. The pandemic ended athlete. Come in in january

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Ride Shares Road Ahead

Gadget Lab Podcast

04:59 min | 5 months ago

Ride Shares Road Ahead

"Hi everyone welcome to gadget lab. I'm lauren good. I'm a senior writer at wired join remotely by my co co-host word senior editor michael glory. Hey mike aloha. How're you doing today. Talk doing great. Thanks good and we're also joined by wired transportation writer ian marshall joining us. Dc arjan. Thanks so much for coming gadget lab. Thanks for having me. It's it's so good to to be with co workers for a moment. It's good to see you on the postage stamp. It's good to see you on zoom today. We're talking about how we got around this year. I mean not that we were able to get around this year because that would have been nice but how we actually moved from place to place and how ride sharing services like uber and lift an even scooter. Shares were affected by both the pandemic and legislation just nine or ten months ago. It was nearly impossible to imagine modern transportation without uber but when the pandemic hit it devastated demand for ride shares and meanwhile in california legislation like assembly bill five and the recently passed prop twenty two are likely to have big repercussions for gig workers. You know the people who actually dry for these companies and the laws will probably set a precedent for how the companies that rely on these workers. Do business arjan you. Cover these companies closely. How are they fairing. They are not doing great a probably not surprisingly so goober and lift notoriously. I debuted on the stock market last spring. It was like one of the big. I tech. Ipo's of like the modern sort of unicorn era and since then their stock prices have kind of struggled and they've struggled to actually make money. There are still lots of people pouring money into these companies. But they're still not really turning a profit and they're certainly not turning a profit. This year rides are still down in most places across the world in the us. At one point they were down seventy five eighty percent. We've heard from more. Recently the rights are kind of coming back in some places in some cities. But i think like the corona virus itself. They're been waves of people going out and about and things shutting down again. So they're they're not doing great. It's been a hard year for everyone and that includes uber and left right before the pandemic they made some changes to their businesses. Both of them shed parts of their business that they didn't want to deal with anymore and they made some acquisitions and moved into some new areas. how is how is that decision. Making played out is a great question. I think it sort of depends on Which things are talking about. So uber notoriously pulled out of some places around the world. They pulled out of asia sel part of their business to other companies over there And that's kind of part of them consolidating rearing up for this wall street. Ipo and then the other big thing that both uber and lyft moved into you in the last few years are scooters and bikes and sharing those things instead of just car rides and that has also proven to be a difficult business. It's actually doing a little bit better. During the pandemic it turns out that people are getting super into biking these days. It feels a lot safer to some people. We'll see whether those trends will keep up during the winter. I think it's going to be really hard for people to get around in places where it gets really cold and snowy unpleasant to be on a bike or scooter but those businesses in general are doing pretty well. That said uber sold its scooter and bike unit over the summer so i think those those two are complicated businesses. something else. That uber has gotten into lift signal. That it might get into. Soon is a food delivery. So uber eats is now one of the big food delivery businesses in the country. It's doing crazy business right now. Doing really really well but it also is not making money. It's kind of a trend here. There are a lot of people using these services there become verbs. people uber. like that. use kleenex It's a brand name. That's becomes something that we all use every day. But they still don't make money

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The Loss of Local NewsThe Impact

After The Fact

10:06 min | 1 year ago

The Loss of Local NewsThe Impact

"That's the percentage of Americans who believe that their local news organizations are doing well financially in reality. The data paints a different picture. According to a survey by the Pew Research Center local newspapers throughout the country are struggling amid declines in revenue and staffing and according to a report from the Hussmann School of Journalism and media at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill the United States has lost almost twenty one hundred newspapers since two thousand four in this special series. We'll talk with experts about why this is happening and what the impacts are from. The loss of local news and in future episodes will travel to see how local publications are dealing with these challenges. Talk to keep a daily paper going community as South Georgia is even as many communities cut back on the size of paper or the number of staff one publication. We visited his actually. Adding journalists and investing in its print edition goes up that conveyor and then it goes in straps it up kind of exciting. I haven't been in oppressor raises tells us better. What's occurring we spoke with Penny Abernathy? A former journalist and executive with the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times reporters show up Schon ally and provide transparency to government proceedings that vanishes when there's not a newspaper or reporter. She's now the Knight Chair in journalism and digital media economics professor at the Husband School of Journalism at UNC Penny. You've written a really important report that looks at the state of local news in America. And if you don't mind I'm just going to read the first couple of sentences from your report from our very beginnings as a nation. Newspapers have a vital role in building community. Strong newspapers fostered a sense. Geographic identity and in the process nurtured social cohesion and grassroots political activism the stories and editorials they published. Help set the agenda for debate of important issues influence policy and political decisions we make and build trust in our institutions. The advertisements they carried drove local commerce and regional economic growth by putting potential customers together with local businesses man. I hear that and I think while local news helps citizens fulfil their responsibility it drives business and commerce so penny. Why do you think this is an important topic to focus on where losing newspapers and you might pause for a moment and say? Why is that important well? Regional television stations rarely reach outside the major markets. Where they're located and of course radio stations have not had the manpower To go out and do the investigative reporting as well as just the routine a town council meetings. The newspaper has historically been the prime. If not the sole source of everything from what's happening at the town council meetings who something as As Mundane is deciding how to spend your money wisely. The reason I initially focused on newspapers is since our earliest beginnings newspapers have provided the news that built communities what has really become apparent as we've lost newspapers and lauch reporters is that we've lost access to the types of News and information that feeds our democracy if you look at the last fifteen years. We've lost twenty one hundred newspapers in this country. That is one fourth of the newspapers. We had just fifteen years ago. What's driving this? What's happening? Well there are two things that are really driving in both of economic so one thing to look at is between two thousand and two thousand eighteen. The level of print advertising dropped below nineteen fifty level. So think about it for a moment. It took fifty years to reach its peak in two thousand and it had already dropped below. Nineteen fifty models for print advertising revenue by two thousand and ten. Now why is that important because print? Advertising has historically furnished bout eighty five percent of the revenue that most local newspapers used to support their newsgathering. Operation It was also vitally important in connecting people as you just read in that first sentence to advertisers in the community helping them build their own businesses. So everyone assumed okay. The advertising level is dropping on print. So all we have to do is just transition to digital so there was a mad rush to transform newspapers and instead what happened. Is that over the last ten years between seventy five. Eighty percent of the digital ADB revenue has gone not to newspapers but to to tech giant's facebook and Google. So that means that you have television stations newspapers digital startups all fighting over the remaining twenty five percent that is just not enough to sustain a vibrant level of newsgathering operation. And of course. It is handicapped newspapers in not being able to serve businesses in their area. Either WELL PRINT. Newspapers continue to struggle. Their websites are also showing some declines. Amy Mitchell Directs Journalism Research at the Pew Research Center and has been tracking changes in the industry for more than a decade. Take a step back for us and tell us as your annual reports are often called. What is the state of the news media today and in particular? What's happening in local news? Well one of the things we see in local is a big transition to digital just as we've seen at the national level so we we see in two thousand nineteen that about as many people say they prefer to get their local news digitally as prefer to get it through the television sets. We still see local. Tv stations having the garnering the whitest reach when it comes to overall audience but definitely a very prominent preference for digital one of the other elements of local news. Of course our local newspapers and has a lot of people have heard You know circulation is down staffing down. What are the numbers there well? The newspaper industry's financial fortunes and their subscriber bases have been in decline since the mid two thousand and website audience traffic. Actually after some years of growth we've also seen level off so if we look at twenty eight team which is the last sort of cumulative year of data that's available twenty. Eighteen saw another decline of eight percent in. Us daily newspaper circulation that includes print and digital combined Total estimated advertising revenue for the industry fell another thirteen percent in two thousand eighteen. And when we look at the employment reporting power that's in the news room There we see declines of forty seven percent since two thousand and four. That's almost tough. That's almost half in two thousand eighteen alone. A quarter of. Us newspapers with fifty thousand circulation or higher Had had layoffs in their in their local newspapers and that is on top of roughly Thirty two percent that had layoffs in two thousand seventeen so the challenges that the industry is facing there are not a bathing. We ask about the financial state of the local news. In general seventy one percent of the American public said that they think it's doing fairly well Financially that's pretty striking and really speaks to quite a gap in awareness among the public and a challenge for the industry. We then followed up and we ask about pain and you know have you. Have you paid for local news? In any way whether you are subscribing or keeping a membership or donation only fourteen percent of the American public at that they had paid in any way for local news in the past year Really striking numbers and so if there has been an attempt by the industry to Reach out and have people be aware. It's it's largely gone on heard you know by these numbers in terms of what they suggest when we followed up with the people who hadn't paid that large majority said they hadn't paid it was interesting because it wasn't a question of quality it was the fact the largest reason people gave was the fact that there was so much free content out there. Could we talk a little bit about this specific role of local newspapers? And all of this. I'm thinking smaller town. America that has thirty thousand people a hundred people small villages you local. Tv News is important for lots and lots of people but of course they tend to cover bigger markets. Well one piece of data we have. That would speak to that. We asked people whether most of the coverage was about the area that they live in or whether it was about a nearby area outside their own such as another city or another town and we had about half of our respondents say that the bulk of their local news covers an area outside where they live. People that were more to say. The coverage came was was focusing on other areas where those at lived in more rural Segments of the country. Let me just ask you this for the longest time. News was a commodity that was paid for because people could sell advertising and it worked as news in American society. Changing absolutely I would say the the concept of news is definitely gone through change and some of that is through producers and providers of it right about thirty percent that said they got local news regularly from some of what we might call sort of second tier types of outlets online only places local government agencies local organizations like churches and schools. When you add that up you had about thirty percent that it got to get news from one of those types about at least one of those types of outlets regularly so there's a lot of ways people can get informed and also when you think about then the impact of social media not just digital generally but in particular the structure of social media were news as mixed in with everything else it becomes a sort of constant as opposed to something one does at certain times during the day. It's just a very different experience than what we had say. You know three or four decades ago.

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"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Followers on the. World states we're starting to see more and more European countries do the same thing. Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee explains. Why moving the embassy was a, big deal to him, Israel is not, just another piece of real estate maybe the most hotly contested piece of real estate. On earth but it has biblical dimensions. Biblical connections and that's important. To me I think. The, title deed goes all the way back to Abraham so To see a president recognize the rightful home of the Jewish people in a Jewish. State and Jerusalem, as its capital and by the way Jerusalem, has. Only been capital two one people in the history of, the earth and that's to. The Jews so it's important to me that we. Respect that Huckabee also shares conversation he had with President Trump now I. Told him I said Mr President there are two things that even who, by the way. Where the basis for him being elected they overwhelmingly like seventy five eighty. Percent of evangelical voted for Donald Trump and still, support it and that surprised a lot of people but they, like someone who sticks by the black, and the white of the. Right and the wrong and what they what they stand for Donald. Trump And I had this conversation and I. Said it Mr President there are two, things even consider non-negotiable the sanctity of human life and the second thing is unwavering commitment to the sovereignty of Israel, for USA radio news I'm Timberg I live alone and rarely have visitors so when I slipped and. Fell in the kitchen last month and couldn't get to a phone I knew I was. In trouble I could barely move I tried calling for. Help but no one could hear me as I lay. There I couldn't help but think of my. Kids and grandkids having to go on without me I was terrified it. Took eight hours for my neighbor to find me it could have been the end of me that's when I knew I needed.

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"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Caitlyn is big brother twenty okay it's been a wonderful season the feeds are you can't miss a day of tarrin's update it's been non stop excitement the shows have been lip and i think that i would give seventy five eighty percent of that credit to one caitlyn herman brent mvp of the one hundred percent as noted previously i've had my problems with something some things from caitlyn but overall she has been amazing casting i live for her on the feeds i mean she's just fun to be around or terrible to be around depending on your perspective but a fun to be around as a feeder she's absolutely nuts in the best possible way that you want for reality television and most i o also only on the roundtable i was reading for k late eight and i can't even believe i'm saying that they stop of what happened last week but i think another caitlyn h would be even more nuts the second time around the reset week i think it'd be amazing if she gets out i said the best case scenario like oh look at me guys i knew it i knew i would be actually i love from four foot eleven and you guys try to vote me out and you because i knew that i would say just knew it that would be the best case scenario where if she gets voted out we get all the drama about that and then she get voted back in where like big brother like okay caitlyn we have a challenge for you you have to solve this math problem one plus one is blank and hopefully she's not like doing like rachel math or jc math and then she goes right back into the house that's why i don't want it tyler votes her out yes she needs to h next week week five is when she i can go sign that as again she's been wonderful wonderful fun on the feeds and rob is not you're you're not overstating it almost everything that's been happening in the house is solely because of her in her her ego or wants and desires her insecurities inflated sense of self i mean all of its about caitlin right now when i wish that they had ratings for the feeds where if i'm watching the feeds i will watch caitlyn doing anything over any other conversation in the house like what are the most people like if they put up like okay angela and rachel are talking like who's watching that versus if feci is on a camera but i think she's got to have the highest ratings she is feeds gold and i'm not gonna say l it'll be a boring season if she goes home but the long are that we are all in this together i feel like we need or at least the pre jury sorry not prejudge the beginning part of the jury we need at least there so we can have around all season so she can predict the winner when she's in the jury house i'm here for it and it will be a fun time i i mean the thing about caitlin overall is that she's easily susceptible to manipulation but they're not many people in the house including tyler who can keep up the level of manipulation that is required in order to control her so i'm encouraged to see where it goes from here yeah so she is incredible and so kudos to big brother for for finding we had a caitlyn on every season we were there would never be a dull moment gosh i think they thought it was going to be raven as melissa note on the round table that was going to be raven last year but ravens nothing like caitlin wayland just she kaelin just goes after everybody's she'll do it in an open forum she wants everybody to know what's going on and you can tell how pissy brand was to come back at her with that veto does speech because remember she's a voter this week and there are what eleven people voting and she's one of them it could be a close both he's basically mocking her to her face and i can't imagine that that was a good look over all for him but it was very funny and i loved it then i'm glad you brought the brett veto speech here it was that we had heard some hype about this and i think it delivered scotty sweet sweet scotty john's are large like honey glazed hand to chest fairly like a big big man your is captivating like to see.

"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"An alternative monetization need really for their data you're not giving out their names and you're not taking the retail information and use it against right and we don't need we don't need that in our financial model so there are sure to our financial model they're assured that architecturally we can protect their data make sure they're data stays there and importantly their insights remain their insights all right now i want to be sure that they recognize as you're on target to meet the key objectives at least they're key pointy because some people felt that you would not make that of all the research forty billion strategic imperatives there and twelve billion free cash flow what we do with the free cash so we always have been pretty prudent about both returning to our shareholders right we've been able to grow our dividend year after year now for a pretty good track record we return some through share repurchase we're also been pretty acquisitive we have in the past and we continue to be quite acquisitive so that we can continue to keep building the capabilities that we need to keep winning again in a very very competitive space now ca got port this last week by broadcom and i think a lot of people were kinda dazzled by the fact that which works with you as a porter talked about how mainframes are very relevant in the banking industry it's a gigantic percentage they didn't get off the mainframe they must like the maintain by this time they would have gotten off yeah it's it's a it's a great point look the the mainframe still runs you know seventy five eighty percent of the world's business they'd in and around it because it's still the world's most scalable most secure transaction processing system for business so banks airlines the trains the the the supply chains of the world need that scale ability so the mainframe good performance again now we're like a year now since we've announced the new mainframe and one of the things we talked about last time with that i believe that the time that the things that the mainframe does yes it's good for all those applications thirty doing but the thing it does now better than anything is this i d of of encryption all data encrypted all the time so so we said that i said that he means cybersecurity there's a long arc here that we may not see the same trends we've seen in the mainframe in the past and in fact we're well ahead now of where we were at the same time in prior cycles and i think we're well ahead because of the way that resonates with our client right now you have a million line items like a lot of really complex companies the one that i was confused about was you know i'm a believer in cognitive solutions it did not was not up to snuff to what a lot of the analysts were thinking is there something missing in cognitive that could explain the little bit of decline and the margin gross margin contraction yeah so gross margin is something we've talked about we've talked about both of these elements in the past externally so in the gross margin side we would expect that margins continue to shrink a little bit as we move to an as a service business so that mix it self still accretive for ibm in total but that is going to continue to put a little bit of margin pressure in that unit on the revenue line yeah that is a that has a model that will grow right but that that has within it some some areas that we continue to retool so our collaboration portfolio who is going to get refreshed we have a little bit of work to do the things that are going well like analytics continue to power ahead okay good margins their tariffs you have such an international business to i need to be concerned trade war well we've we've been advocates for free trade we've been advocates with every government with whom we talk that the right way to go about this as to to to open up markets it's the way we've always behaved what will continue to advocate for so we'll we'll keep putting forward air position that we think free trade is the right path to go down and everybody who listen will keep making that point i know i'm going little long and nobody likes that but but i don't care block chain crypto the winds and watch chain i just eat one why would they what you banco with you on.

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"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on Defensive Security Podcast

Defensive Security Podcast

05:33 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on Defensive Security Podcast

"This is how you know you look for another related leak you found a correlation of a user in you may have the information needs to get into a different account a different site even if it's not the same password it's password algorithm or whatever i agree you know what what what occurred to me when i was reading this one there's there's been all sorts of different password guidance given over the years in honestly this actually was passed guidance provided you know come up with a pass come up with a standard password than you know a pen something at the end of it to indicate which side it was in a lot of us in the security world kind of hypothesized well geez you know at some points that probably will get used against you in this far as i know this is the first time that that's actually happened but to your point i think we continue to see almost on a daily basis it seems like different websites having their password databases breached in over and over and over and over again and i it seems very likely that over time this is going to become pretty easily mineable where you can see who has you know who who has a pattern and then you can guess i mean especially as we have more and more concentration of risk it at more popular cloud providers i mean i'm not saying this has happened or will happen but think if facebook's passer database leaked you'd have a third roughly potentially of the world what is since of their password right absolutely so i i still think if two factor isn't an option i would like to see and i know this is draconian and people will will hate me for saying it but i would love to see sites issuing you a random password that you have to then put into a database to passer manager so it is you have no you don't have an option i mean i guess you could override it and set your own crappy password but you are a monster i i know i know monster i know but you know we'll be be kind of nudge people into the direction of using passive injure so the reality is we in a lot of sites especially let's say it's an online site for service that you buy let's say you're bank let's say it's not not your company not your employer but you have your the customer of service they have to have this careful balance if they make their password requirements too difficult they can lose business and there is a there's a balance of usability and user experience to safety there constantly trying to figure out and so we criticize all these companies for really poor password policies but i would guess seventy five eighty percent of them are aware of it of may the conscious choice to have a week passer policy because they fear losing business of of too many especially technically unsophisticated users or customers not being able to handle that well i mean in canes only the heaven felt enough pain to change their behavior right and i think that's by the way one of the problem one of the fundamental problems is that nobody in the chain not the individual not any individual website has the opportunity to feel enough pain to really change to drive behavior change so this is why we got sued the county password inspector well the point is it's i don't think it's gonna change because again you know if you think about the the companies who've gotten breached right i mean like i don't really care you know it's it's terrible for them and whatnot right but you know look they they store the passwords an md five without assault or maybe even clear tax that whatever right so for them doesn't doesn't password passer complexities not all that important for any other for any other entity in the other web services provider it's the risk is on a particular person you know like on on an on an individual's account so unlike credit card number being popped right which is liabilities back on the you know credit card issuer and whatnot this is liabilities to the individual there's a concentration of liability exactly exactly so anyway i think the economics are not set up so that anybody has a strong incentive to actually fix this that's and that's why i think we're we're at we'll be having this problem for you know decades to come i would imagine so and that's the optimistic part of the show today.

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"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"All remember remember michael jordan came into this league selfish people hated him couldn't win a playoff series one in nine firsthand series before pippen phil jackson had to come in and say michael share the ball occasionally lebron came into this game being a passer i his natural da dna and he had to be talked into lebron you have to be more selfish and he's become that so michael's natural playing style is me i everybody else useless he got talked into being michael eighty teammates twenty lebron too often was selfless it had to be talked into shooting more late and that's what he's done last three years they both land in the same spot both of our seventy five eighty percent mj lebron take the shop both at the end of their careers mj but twenty twenty five percent of the time i'm packs and i'm going to find kerr i'm gonna find a guy lebron now think about this as you criticize lebron which i think is silly criticism well he should've scored fifty one he should've had fifty four whatever it's hard to even remember the last time lebron didn't take the big shot it is i mean you have to go back to last year finals game three korver i mean this year lebron's always taken the shop so michael end lebron entered the league is different people but they both converge than at the end in the biggest spots they were seventy five me twenty five percent other michael was the ball hog.

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"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"All remember remember michael jordan came into this league selfish people hated him couldn't win a playoff series one in nine firsthand series before pippen phil jackson had to come in and say michael share the ball occasionally lebron came into this game being a passer i his natural da dna and he had to be talked into lebron you have to be more selfish and he's become that so michael's natural playing style is me i everybody else useless he got talked into being michael eighty teammates twenty lebron too often was selfless it had to be talked into shooting more late and that's what he's done last three years they both land in the same spot both of our seventy five eighty percent mj lebron take the shop both at the end of their careers mj but twenty twenty five percent of the time i'm packs and i'm going to find kerr i'm gonna find a guy lebron now think about this as you criticize lebron which i think is silly criticism well he should've scored fifty one he should've had fifty four whatever it's hard to even remember the last time lebron didn't take the big shot it is i mean you have to go back to last year finals game three korver i mean this year lebron's always taken the shop so michael end lebron entered the league is different people but they both converge than at the end in the biggest spots they were seventy five me twenty five percent other michael was the ball hog.

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"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Michael jordan came into this league selfish people hated him couldn't wanna playoff series one in nine firsthand series before pippen phil jackson had to come in and say michael share the ball occasionally lebron came into this game being a passer i that's his natural da dna and he had to be talked into lebron you have to be more selfish and he's become that so michael's natural playing style is me i everybody else useless he got talked into being michael eighty teammates twenty lebron too often was selfless it had to be talked into shooting more late and that's what he's done last three years they both land in the same spot both of our seventy five eighty percent jane lebron i'm take the shop both at the end of their careers mj but twenty twenty five percent of the time i'm packs and i'm gonna find kerr i'm gonna find a guy lebron now think about this as you criticize lebron which i think is silly criticism well he should have scored fifty one he should've had fifty four whatever it's hard to even remember the last time lebron didn't take the big shot it is i mean you have to go back to last year finals game three kyle korver i mean he this year lebron's always taken the shot so michael end lebron entered the league is different people but they both converge than at the end in the biggest spots they were seventy five me twenty five percent other.

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"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Michael jordan came into this league selfish people hated him couldn't wanna playoff series one in nine firsthand series before pippen phil jackson had to come in and say michael share the ball occasionally lebron came into this game being a passer i that's his natural da dna and he had to be talked into lebron you have to be more selfish and he's become that so michael's natural playing style is me i everybody else useless he got talked into being michael eighty teammates twenty lebron too often was selfless it had to be talked into shooting more late and that's what he's done last three years they both land in the same spot both of our seventy five eighty percent jane lebron i'm take the shop both at the end of their careers mj but twenty twenty five percent of the time i'm packs and i'm gonna find kerr i'm gonna find a guy lebron now think about this as you criticize lebron which i think is silly criticism well he should have scored fifty one he should've had fifty four whatever it's hard to even remember the last time lebron didn't take the big shot it is i mean you have to go back to last year finals game three kyle korver i mean he this year lebron's always taken the shot so michael end lebron entered the league is different people but they both converge than at the end in the biggest spots they were seventy five me twenty five percent other.

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"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Ball occasionally lebron came into this game being a passer i that's his natural da dna and he had to be talked into lebron you have to be more selfish and he's become that so michael's natural playing style is me i everybody else useless he got talked into being michael eighty teammates twenty lebron too often was selfless it had to be talked into shooting more late and that's what he's done last for years they both land in the same spot both of them are seventy five eighty percent mj lebron take the shop both at the end of their careers mj about twenty twenty five percent of the time i'm a fan of packs and i'm going to find a kerr i'm gonna find a guy lebron now think about this as you criticize lebron which i think is silly criticism well he should have you know he's scored fifty one he should've had fifty four whatever it's hard to even remember the last time lebron didn't take the big shot it is i mean you have to go back to last year finals game three kyle korver i mean he this year lebron's always taking the shop so michael end lebron entered the league is different people but they both converged and at the end in the biggest spots they were seventy five me twentyfive percent other michael was the ball hog that had to be talked into sharing lebron was too much of a passer who had to be talked into being a little bit more of a ball hog but they're both ending up in the same neighborhood they're both the same guy that was just one of those moments where lebron made the right pass he always does but the guy couldn't hit a free throw joy taylor with the news on the news this is the headline news what a game one now so the story of the end of the game is of course jr smith at the end of regulation mary seemingly ran the clock out after the game jr explained that he did know the score but he thought the team would call a timeout here's what he said timeout and i was trying to get enough space gonna space to bring it out to get maybe get a shut off i look a little brian timeout so i just stopped games i thought it was over we're up one.

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"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In the farm bill roughly seventy five eighty percent of the united states part of agriculture budget is actually food stamps and so it's a huge proportion of what they do we need to help try to roll back these entitlements and make sure they're only targeted those who truly need him as opposed to those were able bodied and can work when unemployment now a three point nine percent the lowest in roughly twenty years the lowest ever for hispanic americans the lowest ever for african americans we know the connie's booming and if people can get a job they should be doing so to what extent do you need to worry about the politics because it turns out that state's really the drop food stamps outnumber those who don't in terms of supporters for president trump i think that actually in this case of politics works that benefits is getting a bill done there's as you mentioned anxiety within the farming community in many cases these are states where there will be a lot of republicans up for challenging members in those farm states and so i think there's a there's a general interest to make sure we get farm bill done this year the question again will be what exactly is in it we liked the work requirements in the house bill we know the senate will not be strong there and so we're gonna have to see what happens in conference so mark finally this is subject i never thought i'd raised with you because you were supposed for capitol hill which is trade but you've managed to stoke up some resistance up on capitol hill z t e sanctions issue not just from democrats you've got a letter now from thirteen senators including senator cornyn on this what's the white house response to the concerns they've raised about lifting the sanctions et i don't think the members of congress need to worry about the president being strong and making sure that american intellectual property is protected from theft from the chinese let's keep in mind there's two factors here and there's two trains moving at the same time one is a more civil pursuit by the department of commerce the second is a criminal one department justice the.

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"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"We elected a populist but he ran against somebody who would have continued the march towards single payer who would certainly raise taxes on rich people who clearly would not have done anything about the borders because the left knows it can't win the so called white vote haven't won that since nineteen sixty four having convinced enough white people to raise taxes to increase regulation to fight things like climate change and the other nonsense at the left wants to do so they finally figured out the best way of doing to change the electorate borders porous pretty soon they'll be pressure on the politicians to regularize and then legalize and then grant citizenship to millions of illegal aliens who will happily pull that lever for the democratic party i played you many times that speech from elite theo medina of the s e u union who says if we can get two out of the three new citizens to vote for our agenda we'll have a governing coalition for the long haul do you really believe the borders would be poor's if seventy five eighty percent ninety percent of these new voters would vote for republicans do you think we'd be having a discussion about washington dc being a state if the left did not believe that that will create two more democratic senators and at least one more democratic member of the house would we be having a discussion about restoring the rights of convicted felons to vote if it weren't for the fact that overwhelmingly they'd likely pull the lever for the democratic party which is why terry mcauliffe governor granted the right to vote to hundreds of thousands of virginians who had been convicted of serious crimes you think maybe he might have done it because he assumed that the lion's share of those people would pull ever face party john bolton is being hammered as a neo con john bolton is a man that trump has hired to be his new national security adviser that does not require congressional approval so he's in and rand paul is denouncing him as somebody who loves war.

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"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The clearest illustration of the of the really grave circumstances we face i have a friend in kansas he's got a daughter cheese of millennial and he asked her how much is the tax cut going to mean to you she said nothing not getting a tax cut nobody is he said what do you mean in i gotta get i've i've seen it on the internet nobody's getting a tax cut remodels early poll seventy five eighty percent american people opposed the tax up the media was lying through their teeth and echoing democrat party comments saying that it was a trick it was only a tax cut for rich and big business types and that the average american wasn't going to get a tax cut at all so my friend gave his daughter attacks calculator cocoa we need to put one of these up on our website it is a way that you can calculate based on the new tax tables and your income and where you live what your tax cut will mean to you dollars and cents wise every month what turns out that my friends uh daughter did her calculator trick and she found out that she was going to net an additional hundred dollars a month and she was stunned the ball away because she had seen on the internet that she will going to be paying more taxes and she didn't even want to run the calculator because she was to she was afraid it was going to show how much she owed so there's now there are stories from yesterday and today literal stories at the media is reporting how it's it's very bad but more and more americans are coming to light the tax cut more and more americans are deciding the tax cuts good why him the name as ham hillwood they even have that cesr because they did everything they could the lie to.

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"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The clearest illustration of the of the really grave circumstances we face i have a friend in kansas he's got a daughter cheese of millennial and he asked her how much is the tax cut going to mean to you she said nothing not getting a tax cut nobody is he said what do you mean in i gotta get i've i've seen it on the internet nobody's getting a tax cut remodels early poll seventy five eighty percent american people opposed the tax up the media was lying through their teeth and echoing democrat party comments saying that it was a trick it was only a tax cut for rich and big business types and that the average american wasn't going to get a tax cut at all so my friend gave his daughter attacks calculator cocoa we need to put one of these up on our website it is a way that you can calculate based on the new tax tables and your income and where you live what your tax cut will mean to you dollars and cents wise every month what turns out that my friends uh daughter did her calculator trick and she found out that she was going to net an additional hundred dollars a month and she was stunned the ball away because she had seen on the internet that she will going to be paying more taxes and she didn't even want to run the calculator because she was to she was afraid it was going to show how much she owed so there's now there are stories from yesterday and today literal stories at the media is reporting how it's it's very bad but more and more americans are coming to light the tax cut more and more americans are deciding the tax cuts good why him the name as ham hillwood they even have that cesr because they did everything they could the lie to.

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"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"October i think was the highest monthly november uh is almost as much as the bat and of course december is going to uh be big as well at ninety eight point five uh it was released wednesday as the consumer sentiment index uh that is big that's big uh in october of night of thirteen it's it measure two hundred and one point was the highest level ever since uh early 2000s so we've got our economy which uh was being painted is such a terrible uh is big to stand up and be counted uh the consumer you know i've got an article will talk about here a little later but a lot of people a debt is down credit card debt is uh down a bank loaned lending is down and things like that which indicates that people got money uh nadia rebuttal course but uh a lot of people have money they just hadn't been confident to spend it uh protest particularly true of the corporate corporate america is flush with cash uh and uh the banks are having a problem with with the lending their league income because of it but what i got an article were talking about that in libya but the point is the same as count a true the consumer in you know the consumer uh issues accounts for a huge portion of this uh uh or failure of our economy something like seventy five eighty percent so this is excellent news any it's all owned the fact that uh of the new administration as distasteful as it may be to some of you is getting the job doors in the economy you know there's other things beside the economy there's this compassion and there's green stuff and otto the style understand away but it's amazing in a capitalistic uh environment it's amazing how a lot of that swaths away when people have a job when they're working john job in trying to do the best they can accumulating money on their that that's something that is so meaningful to people like to earn money rather than walk out to the mailbox.

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"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"Senate has always been a problem for pushing only going to call them conservative views i'm going to say free market limited government obviously jeff flake who had a ninety three percent has had a ninety three percent lifetime rating with the acu though he was down to seventy nine percent in 2015 and twenty sixteen if you know he would have been a reliable ally for president george w bush whereas other folks may not have been reliable allies on the republican side of its i'm trying them i'm trying to get a sense if we entered a new era or is it really are we really just talking about the president's boorish behaviour right because it because by and large march i think legislatively the republicans agree with the president on let's say seventy five eighty percent of what he wants to do right well yeah here debbie here's here's the thing that though whacked out about what we're seeing play out right now the president creating this narrative uh that you know some alike jeff flake have been an obstruction someone like um uh sort of corker have been an obstructionist well objective uh policy analysis of and building analysis of what others have done so in flakes k he's voted with the president ninety six percent at ninety percent of the cops yeah and and and and um uh corker his it with the president eighty six percent of the time there you go all thing that on thing that were uh controversial uh and and somewhat problematic for their and their state now that the the you talk about this things we can help to the senate i think you understand the mindset of these two bodies is made up of individual congressional districts of seven hundred twenty thousand people yellow oh that's my playground of senators playground is a state of five million people yes for example or twenty five million people uh whatever the number so the pressure and.

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"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on WLOB

"Fifty one percent attack they had set up miners where they were seventy five eighty percent of the miners they had then gone and altered the software that is bitcoin at that point to make it less decentralised and more to their liking then they would have had the power and the resources to put the genie back in the bottle for bitcoin now that wouldn't have changed cryptocurrency at large because the blockchain's technology had all ready bit aided and the time and the energy that it would have taken to put the fifty one percent attack on bitcoin if that will be possible because it would have cost a lot of money now you're saying low fun it would have been time but i will i'm saying is that if the government was going to attack bitcoin they would have done it already and they didn't know what it was probably back that they had the ira had a had a a white paper they had a speech from gavin andriessen they had it they knew at least to some extent what it was they didn't have the foresight if they wanted to shut it down they didn't have the foresight to do it so i i stand by my statements go right ahead i see what you're saying you're saying that they could have shut it down by adding more notes to the network than already existed at that time right which again is speculative you don't know if that would have even been possible because anybody else out there in the world would have been able to compete with them and you know add nodes and so on and so that they would have been it basically had locate the government has the power to who produce things the money and the power to produce things much more quickly than the marketplace if we're talking about something very limited like this generally the government does it move quickly i know well that's the problem is they couldn't if if they were going to do it the time that they were able to has something has path right so we agree with me than that they cannot shutdown bitcoin that cannot shutdown bitcoin at this point but why market and they do the same thing why couldn't they just put twenty thousand nodes onto the.

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"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on TEDTalks (audio)

TEDTalks (audio)

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"seventy five eighty percent" Discussed on TEDTalks (audio)

"There's another money beards i i will say it was an amazing year because it really was late changing an incredibly challenging and there are two types of laws that we're particularly challenging the i was avoiding the little sins that we all commit every day i could spend a year not killing but spending a year not gossiping not coveting not lying live in new york and i work as a journalist so this is seventy five eighty percent of my day i had to do it but it was really interesting because i was able to to make some progress because i couldn't believe how much my behavior changed my thoughts this is one the huge lessons of the year is that i almost pretended to be a better person and i became a little bit of a better person so it's that i had always thought change your mind and you change your behavior but it's often the other way around you change your behaviour and you change your mind so you know she wants to become more compassionate you visit sick people in the hospital and you will become more compassionate you donate money to a cause and you become emotionally involved in that cause so it really was cognitive psychology cognitive dissonance that i was experiencing the bible actually talks about cognitive psychology very primitive cognitive psychology in the proverbs it says that if you smile you will become happier which as we know is actually true.

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