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A highlight from 1239. Bitcoin ETF Approved By October? Bloomberg Intelligence INTERVIEW
"All right, so today we're going to dive into some interesting stuff. I think you guys are going to like it. It'll be breaking down some of the ETF news that, of course, we heard last week and, of course, some of the interesting aspects around what was going on with BlackRock. We'll break all that down today. I think you guys are going to love it. My name is Paul Baron. Welcome back into Tech Path. Joining me today is Eric Balshunis, who is a senior ETF analyst over at Bloomberg Intelligence. Great to have you on the show. Great to be here. Thank you. Hey, Eric. So a couple of things I wanted to kind of touch on. Obviously, some of the things that everybody was looking at last week was, of course, the delays. The letters started coming in on Friday. We saw all that happening. There was a little bit of a slowness of the BlackRock news. Just your opinion. Why do you feel like that was happening in the way that it was happening? Yeah. I don't understand because BlackRock was up after some other people, or before them, rather. And so it didn't appear as though the delays were chronologically rate -based. It didn't appear as though the delays were based on size. There was no rhyme or reason. It seemed random. And BlackRock came a little later. And the weird thing is, on the site where they consolidate all of them, BlackRock was never added. Yet, on a different place, they did delay BlackRock. So I've long equated what I'm doing here to Jim Garrison, played by Kevin Costner in the movie JFK. There's all these things that could be something, like did Lee Harvey Oswald act alone? And in the movie, he uncovers all this, some legit, some not legit, circumstantial evidence that there was multiple shooters and a conspiracy. So this reminds me of one of those things that probably means nothing in terms of that. That said, just the fact that BlackRock filed is big, and that does mean something. And obviously we can get into that, but certainly BlackRock getting delayed and Fidelity, it shows that they just delayed them all. For a minute there, there was a thought that would delay some of the smaller ones and just approve BlackRock and or Fidelity. But again, we had thought all along this was going to be delayed, because this lawsuit happened like two days before. So it was not a surprise. If they're going to put them out, I think they need more time to work with the issuers and develop some kind of a game plan and make sure all of the T's are crossed and the I's are dotted. So that would not happen in two days. So no biggie. All right. So you mentioned, obviously, the fact that BlackRock is filing in the first place. That's really the huge news here. When you look at BlackRock's position of filing, along with other major proponents, we'll just use there Fidelity as well. And you look at the likelihood with this, obviously, they have a very low ratio of losses when it comes to our non -confirmed ETFs that they've filed. What would make, first of all, what would make BlackRock to have this much confidence to go ahead in this market, the way that this market has been evolving with Chair Gensler and everything that's been happening with the SEC, it's not, it doesn't feel like it's a slam dunk. Why would BlackRock go out on a limb? Yeah. So we have a couple of theories. The best, I mean, BlackRock is a publicly traded company. They're looking to make money. Larry Fink has to appeal to his board that he's doing new things. And it does feel like BlackRock was full on into ESG. That kind of has died a bit. And it seems like this might be taking its place in terms of something BlackRock can do to grow its business, because you cannot make money battling Vanguard in terms of selling like cheap beta ETFs, because even at three basis points on $100 billion, it's not a ton of money and it's not a high growth area. It's growth for assets, but not necessarily for revenue. So we think they're obviously motivated by having a new area they can launch in. Vanguard will probably never launch a Bitcoin ETF, so they're worried about Vanguard there. They could charge a decent fee and they can make it have a new revenue stream. So I think that's largely their motivation. I also think Larry Fink, in my opinion, has heard some back channel that he thinks the U .S. is losing the sort of global battle to be a leader in the crypto space. And I think that frustrates him to a degree. So I think those are two reasons. Back to the revenue, though, think about this gold ETF GLD was launched in 2004, I believe. To this day, it's still the third highest revenue generating ETF, even though there's many cheaper ones. And the reason is, if you could be the big one that has all the liquidity or a lot of it, that gives you pricing power. You don't ever really need to lower your fee because there's just so many investors who just prize liquidity above all else. So we think BlackRock thinks they have a shot to be the one, the GLD of Bitcoin, and that that's going to be a nice little business for them. And we were talking, if it had the same assets as GLD, it would be, again, top five revenue generating ETF. GBTC, by the way, which isn't even an ETF, if it were, it would make the same money as GLD. So like two, GLD and GBTC are in the top five if you ranked all ETFs by revenue. And so I just think that's their primary motivation. I think they also like, what they tell you publicly is they're in the business of sort of democratizing investing and bringing down frictional costs. And I do believe they believe that and they would do that in this case. That said, I think revenue is definitely a motivator. Yeah, for sure. OK, so a couple of things you mentioned there. One, of course, is Larry Fink's position around ESG. He has been a very strong proponent of sustainable governance throughout the last few years. You know, in his letter to his investors over the past couple of years, that's been a big part of it. Now you move into Bitcoin. Bitcoin often accused as one of the most non -friendly carbon neutral tokens and projects out there. But yet at the same time, you have BlackRock potentially on the lead position here for an ETF. How do they balance that out? I get it that they've kind of backed off the ESG message. But how do you balance that out to the investors? Look, I mean, I'm just going to be frank. A lot of ESG, if you get too moralizing when it comes to ESG, it's tough because guaranteed you do something that makes you a hypocrite. It's just the way it is. So I think they backed off a little. And ESG ETFs haven't really sold that great. Even BlackRock took money out of its own ESG ETF from its models. Let's just face it. All this evidence is pretty strong that the term ESG is under pressure and ESG investing, I think, is also going to face some headwinds for like, what are we really doing here? How does it actually impact anything? It just, you know, I've seen this happen. This trend gets a little ahead of its skis. The media love this story. They really hyped up ESG. It's going to save the world. The millennials are into it. And then, boom, it started underperforming and it got political. And so reality set in and it's now going to be probably relegated to a very niche status in the ETF world. One to two percent market cap of the total. I mean, I look at it just in the sense of, hey, it's a capitalist market. Capitalists are going to do things that capitalists do, and that is find where the market flows. And this is obviously what's happening right now. A couple of things you had mentioned around the potential of this ETF going through. I know your percentage right now with you and James has been climbing. Have you changed your position since last Friday before the holiday in terms of percentage of approval? No. Seventy -five percent factored in the delay on Friday. We assumed that. We'd be shocked if they approved them. That said, we went from 65 percent to 75 after Grayscale. And the reason for that is in our 65 percent, we had a 70 percent chance likelihood that Grayscale would win based on our senior legal analyst. So the fact that they won gave us a little extra juice. The other thing is it was three to oh in terms of how that lawsuit was, the ruling came down. Two of the judges came from Democrats. That's really important because there are political workings here. Gensler has a Democratic boss. He is a Democrat. And if enough Democrats start to just move over on this issue and shift to the middle or to the crypto side, it makes Gensler's position more politically untenable by the minute. And so he could keep moving the goalposts legally, I think, as long as he wants. But it's going to begin to look more and more desperate and he's going to face more backlash. And this is a big deal for us. So we thought it was the decisiveness of the ruling, the language, like everything you said has to go out the window. Your whole reason for denial is vacated. And the fact that two Democrats signed on to that, huge. Then the second part was the media attention. Once every six or seven years, do I see ABC News or CNN have an ETF in the headline? I know this because ETFs are in their own little underground. Every now and then, though, something big happens. And ETFs were all over mainstream news. New York Times, ABC, Washington Post. This also matters because the headlines were like, SEC loses, paves way for spot Bitcoin ETFs. Well, now people are just sort of thinking this is going to happen because the New York Times said it and people on Capitol Hill read this. They don't necessarily read crypto trade publications. mainstreamness So the of the media attention and how they were presenting it also made us think that the pressure would increase. And our senior litigation analyst looked at the legal side and determined the SEC has very little wiggle room. That was his words. So when you add the PR aspect to the legal aspect, that's where we upped it a little bit to 75%. That still leaves 25 % for this theory, which is that Gensler being potentially a stubborn guy and or just truly, truly not feeling this should ever happen, even though, again, the stuff that's come out is way more dangerous, 2x Bitcoin futures, come on. Anyway, what he might do is he might lock into some other reason, like custody. I don't know what the custody is safe, then he might start to look at how custody could delay these further. And he may make that the next denial. Like I said, it's going to look more and more desperate every time they latch on to a new issue, but it's possible. And that's why we leave the 25 % opening for that. I want to jump over and onto the Grayscale side of things. From an analyst position, and you look at Grayscale's current scenario playing out, obviously there's a little bit of lead time here. Maybe they do some changes in the way they submit a spot ETF. What is in the future of Grayscale's potential of getting into the ETF game? So Grayscale is going to be tricky. We have this phrase that Grayscale may win the case and lose the race. I'll make some of those things rhyme if you're a headline writer. But anyway, Grayscale is a private placement trust that was just for accredited investors. We've never seen anything like that just, boom, become an ETF. We've seen mutual funds convert to ETFs. I think one closed -end fund converted to ETF, separate accounts, but I guess it's possible. It's just unprecedented. And given you just embarrassed the SEC, it's possible the SEC says, let's make you refile and get in the back of the line, and we'll prove all the other ones first. So this has been somewhat of our theory all along in why BlackRock filed. BlackRock saw a scenario where, I doubt the SEC told them this. That would be a little, I think that's illegal, but let's just say BlackRock thought of this whole scenario, which is, you could see this is a pretty viable thesis. Hey, let's file, because if the SEC loses to Grayscale, you know they're going to be pissed off at Grayscale pursuing them and embarrassing them. And maybe if we're sitting there waiting, just, oh, hey, by the way, SEC, if you want to use us and our new surveillance sharing agreement that we put in here, which is kind of novel, as an excuse as to like why you never approved Grayscale, and you can make them wait, and you can leave this whole thing with the adults in the room of BlackRock, right, you know we're not going to mess this up. I could see that appealing to the SEC, and I could see BlackRock seeing how that would appeal to the SEC. So you get to save face and kind of enact a little revenge on Grayscale in the process. Now, possibly Grayscale could sue them again for that, I don't know. But I see how that would possibly be one of the reasons BlackRock thought they had a route to approval first. Interesting. Well, I think in that kind of scenario, I mean, it makes sense in the essence of this being such a political landscape as it is right now, because you're right, it's all really kind of a card game right now, especially around the issue of ETFs. I want to get into the potential of the impact on the market. And I remember in a podcast you had mentioned potential here around $20 billion in the first couple of months, $150 billion in the first year or two. When you look at that market, do you feel like that is where this, this I'm assuming with BlackRock leading the way as kind of the premier ETF? Yeah, if you have a BlackRock ETF, okay, that's prime time. I mean, we have a saying on the team that BlackRock and Vanguard ETFs are the new IBM. And what I mean by that is if you're a 65 year old financial advisor and you were a broker 30 years ago, it used to be said, you could never get fired for buying IBM. It's just, it's just too good. It's like all American company. No, none of your clients are going to be like, what did you get me into? Now it's, you can't get fired for buying a BlackRock or Vanguard ETF. It's just, it's too good a deal. It's just too bulletproof. Whereas if you went into some crazy hedge fund and stuff, they make it mad, right? But BlackRock and Vanguard ETFs, solid. So once you put it into a BlackRock ETF, it sort of goes into this, it elevates it, I think, for the financial advisors who are like maybe willing to use as a hedge or an alternative, or they have younger, you know, their, their clients' kids are into it. And they're like, ah, now, now I feel comfortable, safe and willing to do this because I use ETFs in the rest of my portfolio. I trust BlackRock. I certainly don't want to custody it myself. They're going to do it. I feel safe with them. The fee's not that bad. It costs one basis point to trade, to trade. I think that's very powerful. And so when I come up with the 150 billion, here's the math, right? One is that's about how much gold ETFs have. Two is if you take advisors and wealth managers, they have $30 trillion that they run for the rich boomers of America, basically. If only 0 .5 % of that comes over, that is 150 billion. So that's, I think, pretty fair because I think you have some advisors who might allocate 2%, but then some that just find it to be repelling and do nothing. So I think 0 .5 to me seems like a pretty fair number. Even it could be low. That's how I get to the 150 billion over time. And gold is about there. So GBTC has 20 billion. So I think you could, let's just say that moves over instantly. That's where I get to the 28 billion pretty soon because either the people move or it just converts over. And then you get BlackRock Fidelity, you're adding to that. And I think also they'll steal some business from the exchanges, frankly. I think if you're in a crypto exchange and you're charging 30 to 150 basis points per trade, this ETF trading on NYSE at one basis point is going to be appealing. So I also think institutions could get into it, especially the one that becomes very liquid because I wrote a book called The Institutional ETF Toolbox. And institutions don't need ETFs generally. They can get everything on their own in separate accounts for almost cheaper than ETF. And they like it private. They feel like ETF is kind of like the dirty public pool down the street. That said, what the ETF does have is even an institution can't resist this liquidity. And it's also anonymity. So if an institution wants to get short or long crypto quickly, it would use this most liquid Bitcoin ETF as a way to put that trade on. We see that happen with GLD all the time. If you look at GLD or SPY, these are things that institutions can get. But the liquidity in them is great because they can go in there with no contracts, anonymous. They don't move the market and they can just get that into their portfolio quickly. So the most liquid spot Bitcoin ETF, I think, will even draw big fish in. So you add a lot of that together and I think you're looking at that much money. Now, let's say there's another FTX that could delay some of this. But I was pretty impressed at how quickly Bitcoin, how resilient Bitcoin was to FTX. It was in the gutter both PR and price wise for a little bit, but not that long. Like I said, Bitcoin, even though I don't understand every aspect of it, I respect its resiliency. It just keeps coming back. Yeah, it's one of those that has made its way finally into the mainstream. Now, I think a lot of this has been legitimized with companies like BlackRock obviously getting involved. But to your point, before we go on to other ideas around this, because there are other components key here that might make sense for how successful BlackRock might be. I wanted to go to James Saffert's post here, one of your colleagues there. Some of the key dates that, let me zoom in on that, you're going to look at a couple of dates here. You've got iShares coming in on 10 .17. There's quite a few coming up right here in the middle of October and even early October with GlobalX. They've got a refiling, I think, coming in. Anyway, when do you think the next potential timing would be for a lot of these potential ETFs to maybe get a green light, if there was a window here? Yeah, so I've got to be honest, I like October because, I don't know, first of all, it gives the SEC two months to work this out, roughly. October is when the Bitcoin futures ETF launched. We're also going to have a whole slew of Ether futures ETFs in October. As you get closer to Christmas, I think maybe the odds go down a little because the holidays hit. October is just a very vibrant month in general, and you've got a slew of deadlines coming up in October. But I sometimes put the deadlines aside and I think that, because if we're going strictly on deadlines, and they want to punt, punt, punt, the first deadline is ARK in January, final deadline where they have to approve or deny. And I don't know if they want to put ARK out first, and that'd be two months ahead of anybody else. They'd be playing Kingmaker. And I think after Bitto, they let Bitto out first like a week before Valkyrie, and Bitto has 95 % of all the volume assets. So I don't think they want to play Kingmaker here. So my guess is they're going to scrap the timeline and we're going to wake up one day and hear probably going to be a scoop or from Coindesk Wall Street Journal or something, or Bloomberg hopefully, that the SEC has decided to say okay to these and they're going to work it out. They'll launch in two weeks. That's my gut. I just don't know if they punt in October and they keep punting and they get to January and they actually deny ARK. I don't know. That makes it feel like just every other denial that's ever existed. So I don't know. I'm leaning towards we're just going to wake up one morning and we're good. I could be wrong. How does this play out, Eric? If that were the case, let's go the absolute negative side of this and they do punt and they finally go to the deadline. They don't push out ARK. They basically do a denial. What does that look like on BlackRock's record? Does BlackRock even worry about that at all or are they like, hey, this is getting out of hand here? You mean if BlackRock's denied in October again? No. I mean, look, what can they do? There's not a ton they can do. Well, if they approve others and let BlackRock, that would upset them, I think. But as long as they're in the group, their main goal is to be outburst. I think their goal is to be one of the ones launched on day one. So as long as that happens, whether it's in October or frankly next year, I'm sure they're fine with that. Now, I think the longer you wait, the longer you get into the situation of what I think also bothers Larry Fink, which is the US is behind the rest of the world in this big time. They've got spot Bitcoin ETFs all over the world and they work fine and they have less liquidity from big time market makers like we have here. So if they can work well during overseas a period like FTX and the percent premiums are pretty tight, they're going to work here. And this is why ETFs are so good. They allow arbitrage. And so I think by releasing the ETF in the US sooner rather than later, it just makes a lot of sense in terms of that race with the rest of the world. But again, Genzer clearly is tough. But the last SEC guy is Jay Clayton. And he said on CNBC after the Grayscale ruling that they have to approve them. It's inevitable. JP Morgan, my colleagues in the sell side, who I'll just say this. I feel we stick our necks out a little more and we're trying to be progressive. JP Morgan now finally after Grayscale says, yeah, they're probably going to approve them like, well, OK, well, welcome to the club. We've been here for a little while. Yeah. Very conservative position. Yeah. And Bernstein said the same thing. But again, as you get these bigger banks actually coming out, again, the narrative then becomes the SEC is approving them. And so, again, it's almost like a self -fulfilling prophecy at some point, especially, again, as you see headlines in The New York Times, it paves way, paves way.
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Royals' Perez Ties Bench's HR Mark With 45th in Loss to A's
"Chad Pinder furnished a two run single while the athletic scored four times in the third inning of a seven to win at Kansas city the ace had just two hits in the third inning and only one while scoring three in the ninth Josh Harrison was four for five with two RBIs and two runs scored Paul Blackburn allowed six hits over five innings including a two run Homer by Salvador Perez in the first press has forty five home runs tying Johnny bench for the most by anyone playing at least seventy five percent of his games behind the plate the outcome puts the ETS within three games of a wild card slot I'm Dave Ferrie
Biden Steps Into Legal Fight With Vaccine Mandates
"The president returns the white house this week to address what may be the greatest threat to our country since nine eleven for eighteen months the covert pandemic has consumed our country and now even though seventy five percent of american adults are vaccinated. it's become a pandemic of the unvaccinated with more than one hundred thousand cases a day for four weeks last week. Roughly quarter million new cases reported among children. The highest total yet but biden's plan to mandate vaccinations at workplaces across. America is facing swift and severe resistance drawing attacks and threats of legal action from at least nineteen republican governors. We're going to begin there this morning with surgeon. General vivek murthy dr murthy. Thank you for joining us this morning. You know the president resisted issuing mandates for months thank you the president resisted issuing mandates for months and the administration repeatedly explained that he lacked the legal authority for sweeping mandates. So what changed george. Let's talk about where we are. And what the president announced Fortunately we have made a tremendous amount of progress over the last eight months. I want to remind people of this because they can get lost in the in the news about the delta varying delone but because we have two hundred million people george with at least one shot of the vaccine. We are in a much better place than we otherwise would have been with that. Said delta is a tough foe. It's throw curveballs at us. And we have to be prepared to respond and that is why. The president announced a ambitious and thoughtful plan. that he nfl earlier this lab past week which is intended to help us get through the next phase of this variant now to be clear requirements that he announced or not sweeping requirements for the entire nation. These are focused on areas where the federal government has legal authority to act so seventeen million healthcare workers. Who do we were operating. Institutions which work with medicare medicaid will now be required To get vaccines we also know that the workplace requirements. He put in place for workplaces. That have one hundred plus You know workers that those will affect about eighty million americans. Here's finally what we know. George we know that these kind of requirements actually work to improve our vaccination
Idaho Patients in Hospital Halls Amid COVID-19 Rationed Care
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Afghanistan's Economic Crisis Deepens as Airlift Winds Down
"The protest has erupted outside of the banking Kabul as even ones of a possible humanitarian crisis for molesting droughts in the country the deteriorating economic situation in Afghanistan which started before the Taliban takeover could give western nations leverage with the new Taliban governments many nations have been urging the Taliban to form a moderate inclusive government and allow people to leave off to the kind of withdrawal of US forces on the thirty first of August Afghanistan is heavily dependent on international aid which made up seventy five percent of the previous government's budgets well that many Afghans are deeply skeptical the Taliban have promised to rule more moderately them before saying they want good relations with the international community I'm Karen Thomas
Food Allergies in Children with Dr. Kenneth Bock
"Talk more about food allergies. This is an interesting thing to delve into talk. Abo- how often you'd see people with these back in the day. He talked about this this patient back when you gave that lecture that you already working with with autism and then how commoner they these days how is that changed over the years. Well i think they're more common There's there's actually food allergies which is a classical food allergy reaction Kind of more like the immediate strawberries. Get hide so to speak And then there's more delayed reactions food sensitivities which are different than denies to. They're usually they can be very very disguised because it can happen later. It doesn't happen right away. but and so i think the incidence of allergies has increased because the immune systems. Our kids have gotten skewed. And i'm happy to talk a little bit that sufficient second because i think it's contributed but So there's more and more issue's gi issues especially in the partition population. But certainly all these kids with mood. Disorders anybody with a chronic illness whether it be physical or neuropsychiatric. But what have you. You have to look at the gut and that when there are problems in the gut that can contribute in the microbiome The good the good bacteria in the gut that could contribute to immune imbalances skewed immune systems and more food allergies and also food sensitivities. Where you know where if you have a permeable gut lining you. Don't you lose the integrity of the gut. Lining keep certain things out especially large molecules. They get in tight. Junctions get opened up. These large molecules getting the immune system. Seventy to seventy five percent which lies right under the this one layered epithelium in the gut allows these molecules to getting immune system sees them and they reacting appropriately with an immune reaction to something that they should be reacting to food. And so whether you get a food allergy reaction Action and. I do believe that this is. There's no question has been happening. More and more. We see it more. And more i think disruption to the microbiome the microbiome is that correction of the microorganisms got trillions of bacteria other organisms that hopefully are in a healthy diversity a healthy balance but frequently unfortunately not and that also contributes to increasing food allergies.
How to Attract, Develop, and Retain Top Nonprofit Talent
"Great to have you and thank you so much for all the work. you do. Thanks so much for having me here. I'm a huge fan of your leadership in this field john. Well thank you The feeling is mutual so galley. Clearly you get the challenge in the sector and this is what your organization is about. Why don't you tell folks a little bit about leading edge and its origin story. And i'm also curious about the thinking about your organization being focused specifically on jewish organizations. Sure let me take this in two parts. The first is genesis origin story. So it was a dark and stormy night noticed. it was Twenty thirteen Toward the end in two thousand thirteen when an informal group of ceo's of foundations and major jewish organizations have been meeting informally for some time and The purpose of these meetings was talking about some of the major issues of major challenges facing the community in thinking about collaborative approach or shared warnings. Those types of almost like informal networking kind of conversations and at that time in sort of building up to that time the conversation was all about the leadership pipeline right. There were a lot of folks in those rooms. A lot of leaders who admitted. I'm not sure he's taking over for me when i retire in. Fill in the blank years and joan. You've talked about this gap and so in two thousand thirteen. Just like in the general nonprofit non see jared say general society jewish nonprofit sector was talking about a turnover in the c. suite of seventy five percents ninety percent by some estimates and fuelled by generational. You know what the demographics and and so this group of of really investors in the jewish ecosystem understood that there was essentially exposure to our organizations because we know that the marker of a great organization starts with a leader that that transition was going to be precarious so they wanted to do something about it and what
How to Use Job Search Sites To Your Advantage
"I got to ask this question a lot when i launched my book a few months ago. And what a pass this question onto you. Obviously you wrote a lot of chapters. And i'm sure you love each one of them for different reasons. But what's one chapter in the book that really stands out to you and for what reason it's really the first chapter because it's my number one piece of advice because it's the fundamental thing people do not understand about the modern job market which is at this point seventy five percent or more of the resumes that are submitted as applications for jobs are read by software before they are read by human and the only mission of your resume is to get past that software filter so that an actual human will look at it. That's it so now you're not writing resumes anymore for people you're writing them for robots and i explained to exactly what that means. What the changes are you need to make to your resume so that you popped to the top because it's now more important that the software be able to interpolate the information that you're providing to determine whether or not you're a candidate that should be handed to a human because that's the only way you're gonna get real consideration for a job. I mean fire nation. This one piece of advice could literally change the game for you on your next application because you'll be one of those few individuals that gets by the quote unquote robots and the ai to an actual human being so one thing that you do claim. Ian is that these so-called conventional wisdom of job search. It just no longer applies so above and beyond what you just shared. What have been the absolute biggest changes in job search. A lot of the conventional wisdom starts with the resume which we were just talking about. The advice. You got was things like Us a really unique style. So that when someone's sifting through a pile of resumes your resume pops Dress up your accomplishments use grandiose descriptions of the things you did. You didn't answer the telephone at the front desk. You were in charge of company communications. All of that is terrible advice because again there is some robot out there that is just trying to boil down exactly who you are and what you can do and the more you try to be special the more you use a non standard design a nonstandard font or or language that doesn't explicitly and directly. Describe what you did the more you confuse the robot. The robots are not very good at their job so the only way to help them to keep everything dead simple and if you're worried that when it gets passed that robot filter and in front of a human that they're gonna look at it and think that you're a simple person Let me allay those for those fears. The average resume has looked at for less than seven
Xbox's Gamescom Plans Revealed!
"An overview of what you can expect from us at games come twenty twenty one warming up for games. Come week will be airing. The official games com twenty-one xbox stream hosted by peres lady lillian shots paris yeager. Join us at on august. Twenty four th at ten am pt to learn more about our biggest exclusive games lineup. Ever you'll get in-depth updates from some previously announced xbox games studio's titles alongside some of our third party partners including some the incredible titles coming to xbox this holiday upcoming releases monthly subscription service xbox game pass and much more they also take some time in the post shot out opening night live which of course hosted by jeff keely again on august twenty fifth which drops at eleven. Am and they also mentioned that you can check out but does this mainstream on twitch as bethesda. Germany will be doing a livestream over several days starting on august. Twenty six which is to say like. There's probably nothing. Sucrets coming out of that but i think if you're really big but that's the fan it could be worth checking out and they also will have select games that are discounted up to seventy five percent off during a xbox games com sale. So keep an eye out for that tim. What are your hype levels going in two games. Come with this news from xbox. It's also learning those that we have xbox tomorrow as well.
Astronomers Zero in on Source of the Impactor That Wiped out the Dinosaurs
"A new study claims the impacter belief to a wiped out seventy five percent of life on earth sixty six million years ago including all the non avian. Dinosaurs most likely came from the other. Half of the main asteroid built between mars and jupiter. The findings reported in the journal lakers came as a surprise to scientist as it's a regional space previously not thought produced. Many earth impact is however computer modeling from the southwest research institute in san antonio texas has shown that the process is that the large asteroids to earth from that region occur at least ten times more frequently than previously thought. They've also found that. The composition of these bodies does match. What scientist snow about the dinosaur. Killing impacter researches combined computer models of asteroid evolution observations of known asteroids to investigate the frequency of so-called chicks lube events over sixty six million years ago a body estimated to be around ten kilometers wide. Signed into what. He's now mexico's yucatan peninsula for me. One hundred and fifty kilometer wide crater known these days as the chicks solid greater and it was this huge blast which triggered the mass extinction event that ended the reign of the dinosaurs. The last few decades much has been learned about the chicks lube event. every advance is latina questions. One of the study's authors william bucky from the southwest research institute says too critical questions remain unanswered. Firstly what was the source of the impacter and secondly how often do such impact events occur on earth to probe that sheikh salah be impact jealous examined sixty six year. Old rock samples found on land and within drako's the results indicate the impact that was similar to carbonaceous contract meteorite that some of the most pristine material in the solar system.
UK Eases Travel Restrictions as Industry Lobbies for More
"Britain is opening its borders to twice job to travelers from the U. S. and the E. U. S. travel industry leaders urge more movement Britain is opening its borders to fully vaccinated visitors from the U. S. and the European Union as travel industry leaders urge the government to further ease restrictions and allow people to enjoy the benefits of a successful cope with nineteen inoculation program British airlines and holiday companies are hoping for a late summer travel boom after the pandemic cold hit most international travel slashing profits and threatening thousands of jobs the number of passengers travelling through London's Heathrow airport Phil seventy five percent in the first half of this year Charles Taylor this month London
Analyzing the Boom in True Crime Content Across Media Platforms
"The true crime podcast audiences seventy five percent women. That's kind of an astounding stat right. Well i think as we are more socialized to know that the world could be dangerous in us a place. That's dr heidi horsely. She's a psychologist specializing in grief. Counseling and his co founder of the open to hope foundation or constantly looking at our bass being very aware of our surroundings nothing in allies at night. you know. we're very very aware that we be victim us. So i think that and i also think women are very social we. We're very connected. One understand other people. I think we tend to be very people oriented earned maybe in family oriented. Nothing arch but often slim our remorse. And maybe that harbors. Well like protecting our pack. It's an interesting thing. Because i hadn't realized the true crime audience was quite as skewed towards women as it is and i'm certainly a watcher also and i think it allows us to feel to. You know we see something that's like love based or brings us laugh films. Get to make us feel things that maybe we don't necessarily want to feel jeff as a man. What do you think about that. It's definitely a different experience. Being a man like i don't have to look over my shoulder in the same way. After a certain age. I think for most men. You're not prone to being a victim. And i can walk through a parking lot without fear which i think is a privilege that i have not fully appreciate until working with courtney and stuff on crime projects so being aware of that privilege i think is has been eye opening and i think putting myself in your shoes in listening to a podcast i would like. Oh yeah that's a red flag. You could see how a toxic relationship between jake and hannah or however you describe it. What can you learn from that. It's way easy to spot things in other people's lives in our own to you know so there is a real tool from that we can look at anybody and say oh. I see the red flag bear and is that bad from psychological even for listeners. Who are listening to this driving on their way to work or you know doing whatever it is we do when we hear a podcast is it because we are desperate to hear other people's bad stuff because our lives feel better. I don't think so. I think it's people are desperate. Hear really extreme tales because it helps us categorize things in our own life and maybe look out for things differently because when you're in the thick of it it's really hard to see out of trouble. Sometimes we don't spotted as cleanly in our own lives
How Are the Olympic Games Financed?
"Is dylan. In tokyo japan where it seems like the twenty twenty tokyo olympics are happening after all i had read. That cancelling games this year would have made the international olympic committee lose out on seventy five percent of its four year revenue cycle. But as i sit here waiting for my first dose of the covid vaccine while watching i ac- executives arrive at their five star hotel. I can't help but wonder where does this money go. I hear it mostly comes in from broadcasting licenses but how's it spent. I can't imagine a cancellation. This year would have caused bankruptcy and cancellation of future olympics. Thanks for making smart cool at that. Question comes from tokyo by the way i'm saying. Yeah but i mean. Japan has one of the larger proportions of older residents in the world. And as in a the group most vulnerable to covid and still a pretty low vaccination rates. I mean scary times to have people coming in from all over especially a lot of countries that also have pretty low vaccination rates Yeah bad news. But i guess to answer the question. Where does the money go. I mean if you believe. The international olympic committee they say. Ten percent goes to operations at employee salaries and benefits and that the other ninety percent goes to the games and athlete developments development. That's like scholarships and training facilities and all those things. I have skepticism in my voice because decades of corruption scandals with the olympic committees. And it's unregulated. It's its own thing not accountable to anybody. So yeah
Walmart Unveils Low-Cost Insulin for Diabetes Patients
"Walmart says it's launched. Its own private brand of insulin. It says can offer lower cost option for people with diabetes. The company says its products will save consumers up the seventy five percent off the cash price of other brands. walmart still fell about a half percent. it's brands mind. By the way are going to be manufactured by novo nordisk. Shut up about a half
"seventy five percent" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"It can add our installed on it when it came overseeing doubt so i it's just crazy thing about that in fast forward today colonial pipeline this week Huge ransomware attack on that In even the cybersecurity my wife was cybersecurity company. And it's like the there's no one's really paying attention to that just like how important that is To the infrastructure of our country. I mean if he had a coordinated attack on multiple pipelines. That could take america down to its knees. Why would china or iran not de incentivized to do their syria where they have gigantic look terrorist groups. That are all. Those guys are all malicious. Yeah think about what a below freezing temperature didn't stay texas. Yeah yeah. I mean that. That's i mean has magnitude. That's the magnitude that we're talking about. it's not. It's not if somebody can get in. It's win win because as long as you got belly buttons in in play. Yes that that's always will be your weakest link and and again this zero trust environment. Some i still got to trust the person to do something that they're supposed to do or not do so. I i do agree with you. And i mean look this has been a long time in the making Target solar winds You know you can go look at every industry and everybody's had their event Wells fargo like seven times without a doubt credit. Bureaus was the worst. Pick all of them. Yeah and i. It's like all right now. It's gotten around to oil and gas. Well yeah you know not not being able to go to target and buy. Milk is little bit different than not being able to purchase targeting target will send out an email saying hey. Your information has been compromised. We're going to comp compu- with a free six months trolley experien- crate guard. And that's it yesterday. Seventy five percent of gas stations in atlanta didn't have guests a no and colonial goes ahead..
Tzipi Hotovely: Israels first female ambassador in the United Kingdom
"Of the battle. He's not just east rail. Your jewish we all need to fight together. And i think the fact that old people were arrested. I know that the british government and the british police been very active around. It is a good place to start but this is not the end we need. We need to do more in order to fight. Antisemitism and i know the jewish communities very much concerned because no one experienced anything like that in britain and we need to make sure that britain will be the free democratic country that it stands for its values and not a country where jews are afraid to go to school or go to synagogues or to look lectures should be hotter valley as israel's first female. Uk ambassador she was born in recovered in nineteen seventy eight. The daughter of soviet georgian emigrants ardent zionists as with previous ambassador gavin episode thirty. He one about social mobility in israel. The dynamism of the economy tragically. There's anti zionism among young jewish people across the west in the us and he two heads are being turned by media and peer pressure. And while seventy five percent of american jews support israel as a jewish state eighty. Five percents say it's important or very important to stand up for the oppressed or marginalized hundreds of jewish google employees rejected. What they call the conflict of israel with the jewish people overbearing anti-israel narrative makes bias out of balance palestinian. Ism chant along by half wit football. Whoa korie and tv celebrities and her excellency has a message for those in the diaspora who are less than supportive of the jewish state. The young generation in britain can sometimes be very critical but israel's policy in certain fields in areas. But i think that most israelis have their own opinions like as you know. We're we're a country that everyone can criticize the government But i think by criticizing policy. You cannot just go and not support israel. Supporting
India Expands Vaccine Roll Out
"Every adult in India is now eligible for a free vaccine paid for by the federal government the change role for the federal government kicks in this week ending a complex system of buying and distributing vaccines to the over burdened each state and created inequalities in who got the shots earlier states and the private sector how to procure jobs themselves and provide them to younger adults now the federal government is providing seventy five percent of all vaccines directly from manufacturers and giving them to the states to free the remaining twenty five percent will be purchased by the private sector the switch comes as coronavirus cases across the vast nation continue to drop I'm Charles de Ledesma
US-Canada border restrictions extended until July 21
"Most people looking to cross the US border into Canada we're going to have to wait a little longer Canada is extending its border restrictions on non essential travel until July twenty first with less than twenty percent of Canadians fully vaccinated prime minister Justin Trudeau says it's a matter of getting covert nineteen case numbers down Canada's targets for loosening the restrictions are seventy five percent of the population vaccinated with the first dose and at least twenty percent vaccinated with the second Trudeau says while a fully vaccinated person is protected against hospitalization others around them may not be even some Canadian provinces remain close to each other Ontario and Quebec only opened this week in Atlantic Canada will be close to the rest of the country well into July I'm Ben Thomas
Frozen Envelope Draft of 1985
"The early nineteen eighties. We're filled with connick basketball stars. Magic johnson larry bird and kareem abdul-jabbar are just a few legends. That played during this era celebrity players. Thrilled fans with their incredible skills on the court but some behavior was not worth celebrating on august twentieth. Nineteen eighty the la times reported on multiple accounts of cocaine abuse by nba athletes. The general manager of the utah jazz even speculated that there wasn't a single team in the league that didn't have a drug problem new york knicks star. Micheal ray. Richardson had five. Documented stays at rehabilitation clinics new jersey nets. Forward bernard king had been arrested for cocaine. Possession has had hawks guard eddie johnson. Some estimates claimed seventy five percent of all. Nba players drugs. These habits culminated in the death of shooting guard. Terry furlough furlough died in a fatal car accident. In nineteen eighty an autopsy found ballum and cocaine in his blood. Substance abuse also made players vulnerable to all sorts of criminal activity f. b. i. File suggest that during the nineteen eighty one eighty two season at least three new york knicks players were indebted one of the largest drug dealers on the east coast. These debts lead the knicks to participate in point shaving or intentionally missing shots in order to get a particular score this way. Their drug dealer could place a bet on that score and because of the players cooperation he was guaranteed to win. It was the players way of paying him. Back drugs also wreaked havoc on the players. Mental and physical health stimulants like cocaine can increase in violent behavior. And in this era many players had an extremely physical style of play
"seventy five percent" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Call up the bank and they say freeze. These accounts and a lot of people don't know that the government can just do that and they do it all the time in fact It's harder if if the rate every single house every time they want to freeze a bank account where steal money from the from you is enables. It isn't abel's everybody worked together to hinder that theft. Yeah and i'd like to make something else clear. Since we're talking about crypto currency. And i haven't been on the program for a few days there. There was a pipeline that was supposedly rent some weird and the ransom was paid in crypto currency. Bitcoin specifically there were several articles. That said something along. The lines of the government cracked bitcoin and was able to recover seventy five percent of the of the ransom that was taken. That is not true. The government did not crack bitcoin. Bitcoin itself is unhappy or at least has proved to be unshakable to this day. We'll government did of course was figure out somebody's password on an exchange. It wasn't even that so what happened. Was effectively the government in the same way a hacker hacks your cell phone they get your password or your you know whatever it. Is you key in to access your phone in that exact same way. That's all the government. Did they obtained.
"seventy five percent" Discussed on Life Will Be the Death of Me with Chelsea Handler
"So that's been a very interesting recent inside for me but if you look at the literature of pain management treatment of addictions treatment of severe anxiety depression suicidal idea. Ptsd all the evidence is coming up. Right now yeah. I've read a lot of that stuff. And i read michael pollen's book and i. Yeah i go to this conference. Annually called the wisdom two point. Oh conference where. There's a lot of neuroscientist doctors therapists psychiatrists of that sort talking about the benefits and there was some crazy statistic about something like seventy eight percent of people suffer from ptsd after taking micro doses guided lsd. Stay that like seventy five percent of them. After one year were cured of their. Ptsd one of the research is on veterans and you know people who are suffered because of the trauma war..
"seventy five percent" Discussed on The Bob Show
"Only assume he had gained plan to work around that. I don't think he did well coming up on forty minutes. I'm feeling i'm feeling a little bit. A little bit. Calmed down after having drank about seventy five percent of this bottle of shadowed power share bordeaux and inhaling fumes from this emerald amazon Aromatherapy candle it is a soy candle. But i'm a little bit suspect as to where the scent is coming from. It doesn't smell very organic to me. Doesn't smell organic to me but might be made of soy and if it helps me be a little bit more of a soy so at this moment so you think this has helped more than the wine but it is a gift from your daughter so i understand the healing power of children. Data loan is has helped yes. Well i'm a little bit calm down but not not calmed down enough to not play this musical interlude by san francisco's on.
"seventy five percent" Discussed on Startup Talk Toronto's Startup Podcast
"The shares and potentially you could never sell those shares If you wanted to sell the shares time would come if that company did go public There's three ways that investors can sort of get their returns from their investments. I one as as i mentioned the company would go public listed on a stock market and then You would be able to sell your shares that way another would be. The company itself gets bought by another company and then all the distinct shares would be sold from the existing investors to this new company. Hopefully at a higher price than you purchase shares at and then you're shares would be sold as part of that deal The third way could get return would be the company decides to begin issuing dividends to all of its investors. And so there they would take you know. Some of the annual profit from the business and pay that money out to the investors All the investors based on the number of shares it would be an even sort of dividend per share and so based on the number of shares. You'd had you'd get more or less of a dividend they final option which we don't really sort of go into a lotta dealer website would be actually if the company offered a buyback so that would be a situation where the company in the future offers to the investors to purchase the shares back from them potentially at a higher price than they were initially bought by the investors. That's another option for liquidity. So when we're talking about shares and investing. What are tag along and drag along rights. Why do we care. Yeah so tag. Along and drag along rights are actually there to protect minority shareholders smaller shareholders and having those On the rights of the shares that you're buying is actually quite important drag along rights kind of actually makes it easier for the company to sort of operate with minority shareholders. But the tag along rights is the ones that are really. They're sort of protecting the minority shareholders. Both drag along and tag along rights are referring to decision making process done by the company with regards to the sale of the company's shares that drag along rights essentially says okay the ceo and the board of the company. Let's say they've made a decision to sell the shares to another company. That's looking to buy them with the dragging writes The board of directors can if there's a if the majority of shareholders vote to support the the sale they can force the smaller shareholders to sell their shares along with them The tagline rights sort of does the opposite so the Board is saying. Oh we're going to sell a large majority of the shares but not all of them the tag along rights basically says okay. These minority shareholders have the right to also sell at the same ratio some of their shares. So it stop situations like a ceo. let's say a ceo has seventy five percent of the shares themselves. Another company comes into the co and says. Hey you know we'd like to buy your company from you..
"seventy five percent" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"It's such a logical bolt on to any rpd system to in electronic invoicing system. What what does the future for you guys. Are you guys going to branch out and acquire or build electronic invoicing do you think ultimately like merger acquisition with another company. Who's doing back office stuff. Just because for me the alignment seems so logical that we just sorta keep going and doing what we're doing since seventy five percent of the industry still paper in the field. Yeah we You know the space that we wanna own. The marketplace is the space between the feeling office. And we think that's a really really valuable space during the the cable tv heyday in everyone called it the last mile they wanted to own the wire that was actually going into the customer's house. And that's what we're we're building a company that we want to own that last mile we want to own the place where that user is entering digital information into our platform outfield. That has a lot of value of for us now. Kind of weird we branch out after that You guys of her me say that we invoicing is in the current invoicing process It's part of what delays the process. And we think that using our solution tickets should be invoices and tickets can be so a lot of the necessity of the infrastructure that has been built up around invoicing tickets become your voice and your in essence invoicing every day as you finish your work in everything gets approved. So you know that. Is you know from a from an oil and gas perspective. That is how we how we see the world you know we. We currently don't have any desire to be an oil and gas erp There's a lot of good ones out there We would like to be the front end for lunch so in really play. Almost switzerland view in field Because we do think that you know. And as we've seen pressure can come from the operators as well and so in the operators asked our customers.
"seventy five percent" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast
"Talking about whether ups said park and then now go to the best of luck take water but So what they do at a payroll is that he whatever he sells seventy five percent of the of the earnings for ghosts to back to the water really. Yep and then the other twenty five. I think he just buys the other shirts to print. Yeah so it's so it's more just like a It's more like a fundraiser than the actual business. Exactly it's it's more for for the community rose.
"seventy five percent" Discussed on The Real Agenda Network
"On the exchange are important point. Now i'm gonna tend to some of the questions we got in the first question fr. Choose from johns sabine. Can that be a route to effect change. The policies of council is heavily dominated by one. Party say seventy five percent of the seats held by one party especially where local media is almost non-existent on whether the elected members largely funnel. Who had us talk to him falls. There is hope. I guess afia definitely does i guess like difficult but i guess the thing is even within even if there's one political point that dominates the council jim ape symbol within that political party and as an ecosystem itself. They'll be different people that you can count on board in some ways. Yes but i. Just i just think creatively and kind of just work with maybe not necessarily. Just we're different community groups and activists influential groups within your local community. Who have said those kind of counselors feel obliged to listen to because well the thing is we've counselors and low kazaa. They want to be like they want to kind of be seen to be doing the kind of good thing. Save if you can't get much movement within the council chamber you can kind of externally kind of lean on the over kind of over kind of key stakeholders across his ceo of an activist groups kind of thing but also as well you've got like your local paper. It seemed like there's a local democracy reports in every major newspaper. He kind of engage them right in two local paper but yet as does she in. Dr would just kind of think of indirectly. Basically i'm i'm we haven't question now from lucy oliver we're in cheshire and have accounts counselor. The detects people's protected characteristics gender race mental health. He thrives of notoriety. How do we approach this before. Yes you.
"seventy five percent" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"The hen house. I mean give me a break. I think this is something that has. Huge privacy implications. It is not necessary to do. You know we're going to have hit three and a half million seniors. That have gotten shots Sometime this week. Likely seventy five percent of seniors important to be able to do it. So he's saying no way we're not gonna do it. Let's hope he stands firm. But i put this up to park. Wanted to throw out to you. What a wonderful opportunity. This presents to our own governor. Who's most recently found his voice and opened texas although as you say this. The scars remain. And there's still a lot of people in masks. This is a great opportunity for him to show that he's also tough if he were to come after us and say we're not gonna have it in texas either full stop. That's going to be a pretty formidable. Florida and texas saying no way. That'd be that would be pretty strong. So let's hope does something like well..
"seventy five percent" Discussed on The White Book
"Cw is kind of john ratios may not all of them are like ages of she'll all this kind of like middle of the road superhero john content that goes from graham to cw shortcut shows so the to the caffeine is strong. The writing right now is very strong there in the first episode. Stay away from a lot of the tropes and storytelling techniques of shows like aaron flash and it definitely feels like a breath of fresh air. If you're used to those shows there is some warning signs because it is the same creative teams like it's not new producers that doing this You it's also playing. I don't wanna spoil it for will cause we'll anytime super spoiler 'cause like the twist is kind of revealed in kind of his out in the world but yeah i think i've seen it in like a headline already. Yeah but there's some. It's playing with some superman. Tropes like seventy five percent of the superman trump space that it plays in. I'm very interested in. I'm i like superman as a dad. I love the lowest and clark marriage. I love when superman stories focus on the tension between clark as a normal human being and his responsibilities as superman like. I think that's really interesting superman stories. What they do with the villain not so much what. I'm interested in when it comes to superman stories particularly way in which it looks like. They're introducing this version of the villain. I'm also not interested in so we'll see like i'm very optimistic. I give show probably about a be right now. Be plus the danger obey softer wheels. So of the of the rail author. It's so But since i'm the only gonna watch. I'll stop and i'll talk very quickly but superman laws. Did inspire me to watch. Another superman show watched in twenty years is this is literally twenty th anniversary of the show. which is smallville. so alan. i've had smallville on in the background. While sort of just doing nothing eating dinner and stuff and it's from our complete.
"seventy five percent" Discussed on Awakend Wife - Marriage Advice for Successful Women
"And so what exactly. i think. There's nothing wrong when it comes to acknowledging your partner's emotions or even saying out loud. So that your i guess you feel understood or you're on the same page. There's nothing wrong with that technique or that that way of communication but the the approach or the idea that you need to say it just to get emotions out of the way that actually becomes counterproductive. 'cause just like when people actually told us about this technique they use which hasn't worked very well otherwise it wouldn't be talking to us Another observation that i have made is that at the very beginning before we have help people. Or dave achy learned from our programs or are coaching style. Though come to us and actually quite proud and said well. I had a conversation with my husband just now and we were being real adults about it like we actually weren't emotional. This time they felt a sort of pride in being able to manage how they feel and not not express that in the conversation and let it impact a conversation. I get that maybe it feels like you have control but what. I actually feel when that wife told me that. Oh yeah i. I'm i'm so proud i just had a forty minute. Adult conversation with my husband is that she still feels extremely suppressed like yeah. They talked about stuff in an adult way so-called but she stuffed up like you can tell that seventy five percent of the things she actually wanted to say. She actually fell. She wasn't able to because she was busy. Trying to be an adult. So that pride. In that feeling of oh i was in control so it was. It was okay. I didn't feel that it was okay. 'cause she still didn't feel understood by her husband. They were still playing playing at fault. You know pretending he has so it. It didn't feel good for me to to see someone kind of struggling still with conflict and communication in her marriage and thinking being misled thinking that playing adult and trying to withhold these emotions. Not letting out..
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"Years away with about four hundred hours of observing time using future large nasa telescope observing visible wavelengths. That's a lot but it's actually kind of similar to what was used in the hubble deep field when you know when those images were made a few years ago so it's an interesting suggestion but one of the things that i thought was rather striking. Is that if you've got stars which we usually call them wolves. These are cooler than the sun. Less mold of them the sound. they're also far more common than the some of the most common stars in our part of the galaxy. Seventy seventy five percent of something all stars in the galaxy of these red dwarfs we call them. Usually they have a stronger signal of nitrogen dioxide. And that's because our planet let me put it this way..
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"Like forty eight toilets in aisle and you're like which toilet do i need. What brand is good. What's what gallons per flush do i care about. Is the poop. King actually worth the extra money right. It's important questions you'd think it would be standardized. It's so curious and yet you never hear people talking. At least i don't about all the different sizes i go ahead. It's depends on if you have a so. We got the air conditioners in the house. They said like well. We'll give you a free inspection twice a year or something like that and they sent a plumber to the house and he walked around and checked all the plummets. Good job so thank you. And then he like saw. That's a good toilet that right there. That's a high quality toilet flushes and he's like complementing the kids and i'm like i've never looked at toilet known like cheap toilet. Oh this is a elder. Watch out so you bought. You bought nice toilets. I bought like seventy five percent. Could not one hundred percent top of the line but you know something. Pretty decent pretty decent. You didn't.
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"Website got attacked by bots. I walk targeted we. We're talking the truth. Oh man reminds me up to run something by you a after we stop recording. Great but i think for now i what i kinda wanted to squeeze some zaid. Smart waukesha zydeco. Are we finally going to do. The long awaited zydeco no no. We'll never get in touch with my roots in the podcast. Thank you very much. Unless i'm eating fried shrimp while recording we will not talk about mike agent routes. I kind of sneak some Uh snyder cut into this episode. But i think we want to keep a tighter right. I think we wanna keep it tight. So all say is the the trailer dropped a really great article dropped And variety are on variety. The website So check out. That articles got a lot of behind the scenes stuff that was not privy we were not privy to so we might have made fun of some things that we shouldn't have made fun alabama. I've always kind of taken snyder very seriously. Because i very much like his work. Let's just say for now. I am excited to see the snyder cut. That is not a joke. i wanna make that disclaimer. I'm very excited to see this movie. I will say After having read the article which by the way. If you're missing. The snyder cut coverage from us a look of justice league. The shocking exhilarating heartbreaking true story of hashtag. The snyder cut by anthony bresnik on vanity fair vanity fan. That's what it's called but after reading that article. I am actually now very genuinely excited to watch this monday right like after learning. How much josh. Sweden was involved which the article claims is about. He reshot say seventy five percent of the movie. Apparently in now knowing what we know about jobs sweden If you're missing allameh coverage from us please. Google just weeden. Click on the news tab. You've ever seen anything by jocelyn. need you kinda know. Yeah you can read people you kinda know. Apparently is is very abusive to his actors. Just no matter who. They are what they're doing. Which is the fucking you know. That's terrible but with him being so involved in the theatrical release and the three africa release being so terrible. I'm very excited to see schneider's vision come to life especially after reading that article snowing just that. The version of the movie we got was a surrender. They just couldn't keep fighting and now that the internet has fought for so long to get this vision out in snyder. Far as to not take a paycheck is not getting paid to do. The snyder coat which is eaten up a lot of his time to to redo this entire movie. Knowing all of this. I am excited to see the final product. And that's all say about that. I mean it's it's genuinely one of the most exciting and unprecedented things that has ever happened in movie making and i'm saying that with total honesty. Yeah and so. They'll be real interesting when the movie is bad. But.
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"As donald trump. Departs office today. A coalition of west virginia civil rights groups want the congress to pass a bill aimed at rebuilding government. Are diane menard reports house. Bill one known as the for the people act recommend sweeping reforms to extend voting rights and partisan gerrymandering and boost ethics laws julie archer with the group for citizens for clean elections says it would make the democracy more inclusive was. She says much needed. In an era of election misinformation and rioters overtaking the us capital. We have an opportunity with the new congress to transform our democracy with the passage of hr one. In addition to protecting and expanding voting rights are one would address the rampant corruption and disregard for ethics accountability oversight and rule of law that continue to plague our government republicans who oppose the bill. Call it a power grab by democrats that would restrict political opposition and enhanced democratic voting. Turnout the gop. Senate blocked a first version of the bill last year but with more democrats now in congress. It's more likely to pass. Hp one would require states to start automatic voter registration. The bill would also restore protections in the nineteen sixty five voting rights act. That had been stripped away by the. Us supreme court sort of majority leader. Mitch mcconnell tuesday directly blamed president trump for the deadly mob that attacked the capital that as the senate prepares for impeachment on whether to convict the president for incitement of insurrection. Cnn reports that would potentially disqualify him from holding office in the future. He typically tight lipped senate. Republican leader really broke from trump in four years. But on tuesday he said on the senate floor. The mob was fed lies. They were provoked by the president and other powerful people seem to notice the senate. Republican leader has not yet said whether he will vote to convict after. The evidence is presented in the upcoming trial and on his first day in office. President elect biden is pressing for bold immigration reform proposing a path to citizenship for an estimated eleven million undocumented immigrants. The proposal would apply to people who have clean criminal record. And we're in the us before january. I if approved. This would be the first so-called mass legalisation since nineteen eighty six during the reagan administration. Carlos cuidado with the group unidos. Us says there's a lot of pent up demand for change in the immigration system reused and frankly the affordable that by how visionary because bill appears to be the path to citizenship ears. That is a fast as that. We have ever seen potter. That proposal would also make everyone eligible for covid nineteen vaccination regardless of immigration status. This is pms wisconsin. One of the states expanding. Its covid nineteen vaccine roll out to include more people. Older adults will soon be eligible but officials urge patience. As shipments are still hard to come by this week. That department of health services announced on january twenty fifth wisconsin residents aged sixty five and older will be eligible for the vaccine through their healthcare provider pharmacy or local tribal health agency. The move follows initial efforts to vaccinate frontline healthcare workers nursing home residents. Lisa lampkin with aarp. Wisconsin says they'd hoped the next phase would cover people fifty and older but adds this is a positive development. I think wisconsin is taking a really good next step in. You know recognizing that people are more at risk and therefore prioritizing those folks the state warren seven hundred thousand residents are part of this new group while wisconsin is only getting seventy thousand new doses each week so it will take time to reach everyone. I'm mike mohan during the two thousand and twenty one session new mexico. Lawmakers are expected to focus heavily on pandemic relief including a bill that would modernize the housing code with the goal of reducing evictions co sponsored by representative and halacha. Rubio house fell one eleven addresses the timeframe for fictions increasing the current three day notice to ten days and allowing courts. More flexibility by lengthening. The time for an eviction hearing rubio says the changes would give people who are struggling financially time to make arrangements that would allow them to stay in their home. People are in a position right now where they are in their homes. They are trying to make it work and we don't want to increase the number of people who are living without shelter iras brown. Finally the pandemic is causing a massive shift in american higher education plants. Eric rudolph explains a new analysis from the georgetown university center on education. And the workforce finds seventy five percent of households have changed. Their post-secondary plans for the fall in oregonians are changing their plans at the third highest rate in the country at eighty-one percent dr megan vasquez researcher for this data says people tend to go to college during recessions to increase their skills or put off entering a poor job market. But maybe not this time. I never fashioned. You have primarily had to deal with financial concerns which are still a major concern here but on top of that people are having to face. Health concerns as well. Some people who would otherwise enroll are canceling their plants while others are scaling back their number of courses or switching institutions. Fussily says many are questioning whether attending college remotely is worth it. This is my clifford. Four public news service. We are member list of supported. Great radio stations across the nation and a line at public new service. Don ward cheat. It is good weather from the heartland newsfeed weather center today. Sunny skies northwest wind steady around fifteen miles per hour gusting to twenty two miles per hour high near forty tonight mostly clear with wind speeds remain inconsistent gusts as high as twenty two miles. Put our little around. Thirty one sunny skies in store for thursday with light win haina forty six. That's the latest weather checkouts more news and weather on our website at newsfeed dot com three title. We have a. I just washed it myself here. Just about fifteen minutes ago. A change in administration brand new one now and Regardless of your your party you want what's best for america. You always want the president to succeed. You want the economy to succeed. You want the citizens to succeed and hopefully will be good administration. Also i realize if you wanted to listen to such things you you would be. So however many are with you my diehards or fans agree shaded. We'll get onto some sporting topics fact. We have christopher harris from world soccer. Talk coming on. We're having hilarious. St renan's easy back with me again around eleven ten at eleven forty. I'm going to be speaking with my friend. Gracie terrell podcasting kansas city radio icon. Talk to her about the situation with kansas city chiefs and patrick mahomes but other than that open lines one. Eight hundred eight seven eight play. I also thank as somebody who who is My first house. I ever lived in and nineteen sixty five was an oakland california and there was a one year old girl who lived down the street from me. I didn't know her. But that's comma harassed. I can't believe those. Sonia sotomayor comes out and says i come all. You don't even know how to say it. I would i come all do solemnly swear but Yeah i hurricane african parrot vice president..
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"As donald trump. Departs office today. A coalition of west virginia civil rights groups want the congress to pass a bill aimed at rebuilding government are diane bernard reports house. Bill one known as the for the people act recommend sweeping reforms to extend voting rights and partisan gerrymandering and boost ethics laws julie archer with the group west virginia citizens for clean elections says it would make the democracy more inclusive was. She says as much needed in an era of election misinformation and rioters overtaking the us capital. They have an opportunity with the new congress to transform democracy with the passage of hr one in addition to protecting and expanding voting rights h. r. one would address the rampant and disregard for ethics accountability oversight and rule of law that continue to plague our government republicans who oppose the bill. Call it a power grab democrats that would restrict political opposition and enhanced democratic voting. Turnout the gop. Senate blocked a first version of the bill last year but with more democrats now in congress more likely to pass. Hp one would require states to start automatic voter registration. The bill would also restore protections in the nineteen sixty five voting rights act. That had been stripped away by the us. Supreme court sorta majority leader. Mitch mcconnell tuesday directly blamed president trump for the deadly mob that attacked the capital that as the senate prepares for impeachment on whether to convict the president for incitement of insurrection. Cnn reports that what potentially disqualify him from holding office in the future. He typically tight lipped senate. Republican leader really broken trump in four years but on tuesday. He said on the senate floor. The mob was fed lies. They were provoked by the president and other powerful people. Cnn notes the senate. Republican leader has not yet said whether he will vote to convict after. The evidence is presented in upcoming trial and his first day in office. President elect biden is pressing for bold immigration reform proposing a path to citizenship for an estimated eleven million undocumented immigrants. The proposal would apply to people who have clean criminal record. And we're in the us before january. I if approved. This would be the first so-called mass legalisation since one thousand nine hundred eighty six during the reagan administration. Carlos guevara with the group looney those. Us says there's a lot of pent up demand for change in the immigration system. We used and frankly four by how visionary bill appears to be the to of eight years that is a fact is that we have ever seen. I'm suzanne potter proposal would also make everyone eligible for covid nineteen vaccination regardless of immigration status. This is the ns one person. One of the states expanding its covid nineteen vaccine roll out to include more people. Older adults will soon be eligible but officials urge patience. As shipments are still hard to come by this week. The department of health services announced on january twenty fifth wisconsin residents aged sixty five and older will be eligible for the vaccine through their healthcare provider pharmacy or local tribal health agency. The move follows initial efforts to vaccinate frontline healthcare workers and nursing home. Residents lisa lampkin. Aarp wisconsin says. They'd hoped the next phase would cover people fifty and older but adds this is a positive development. Is you know taking a really good next step in recognizing that older people are more at risk and therefore prioritizing those folks the state warren seven hundred thousand residents are part of this new group while wisconsin is only getting seventy thousand new doses each week so it will take time to reach everyone. I'm mike mohan during the twenty twenty one session new mexico. Lawmakers are expected to focus heavily on pandemic relief including a bill that would modernize the housing code with the goal of reducing evictions co sponsored by representative and halacha. Rubio house fell one eleven addresses the timeframe for a visions increasing the current three day. Notice to ten days and allowing courts more flexibility by lengthening time for innovation hearing rubio says the changes would give people who are struggling financially time to make arrangements that would allow them to stay in their home. People are in a position right now where they are in their homes. They are trying to make it work and we don't want to increase the number of people who are living without shelter on russ brown widely. The pandemic is causing a massive shift in american higher education plants. Eric ticket off explains a new analysis from the georgetown. University's center on education. And the workforce finds seventy five percent of households have changed. Their post-secondary plans for the fall and oregonians are changing their plans at the third highest rate in the country at eighty-one percent. Dr megan vassilis researcher for this data says people tend to go to college during recessions to increase their skills or put off entering a poor job market. But maybe not this time other recessions you have primarily had to deal with financial concerns which are still major concern here but on top of that people are having to face. Health concerns as well. Some people who would otherwise enroll are canceling their plants while others are scaling back. Their number of courses or switching institutions fazillah says many are questioning whether attending college remotely is worth it. This is my clifford for public news service. We are a member listener. Supported radio stations across the nation and line at new service dot. Org it is a little bit weather from the heartland newsfeed weather center today. Sunny skies northwest wind steady around fifteen miles per hour. Gusting to twenty two miles. Put a high near forty one tonight. Mostly clear with wind speeds remaining consistent gusts as high as twenty two miles. Put out little around thirty. Wanted sunny skies install thursday. We'd like win piney forty six. That's the latest weather checkouts more news whether or not our website at harder than us feed dot com walk into electrical liberty land here on the lions of liberty. Podcast your weekly shot of culture comedy and liberty. the your host. Brian mccoy lands..