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Spain Keeps Immunization Goal Despite Johnson and Johnson Delay

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 d ago

Spain Keeps Immunization Goal Despite Johnson and Johnson Delay

"Spain's prime minister says that his government is maintaining its goal of immunizing seventy percent of the nation's adult population over the summer season federal Sanchez says he's able to vaccinate fifty three million people by the end of the summer is still on track despite the delay in the European rollout of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine Spain was expecting to receive three hundred thousand doses by midweek the first delivery of the job produced by J. and J. the country wants to prioritize people aged between seventy and seventy nine to receive a single dose vaccine Sanches says but Spain is still planning to receive in a cold some thirty eighty million doses from the full vaccine providers it has deals with I'm Charles the last month

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WHO Urges Pause in Market Sale of Captured Live Wild Animals

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 d ago

WHO Urges Pause in Market Sale of Captured Live Wild Animals

"The W. H. Chung who is urging a pools in market sales of captured live wild animals the U. N. health agency says countries should suspend the sale of live animals captured from the wild in food markets as an emergency measure saying wild animals are leading source of emerging infectious diseases like the coronavirus the WHL backed by key partners has issued a new guidance saying that animals particularly wild animals of the souls of more than seventy percent of all emerging infectious diseases in humans many of which of course by novel viruses I'm Charles last month

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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott baselessly claims herd immunity

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:58 sec | 4 d ago

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott baselessly claims herd immunity

"Governor greg. Abbott claims texas could be close to reaching herd immunity for the corona virus azmat largely reports. That comes hospitalizations. In the state have fallen to their lowest level. Since last summer. Speaking on fox news sunday abbott pointed to the more than seventy percent of seniors and more than half of people age fifty to sixty five in texas. That have gotten at least one vaccine dose. I don't know what herd immunity is but when you add that to the people who have acquired immunity. It looks like it could be very close to her to be unity. Herd immunity is a point when most of the population is either vaccinated or has natural immunity after getting the virus for covid. It's thought to be when around. Seventy percent of people are immune. some health. Experts are disputing abbots claim while some high risk groups have been widely vaccinated. Only about twenty percent of the state's overall population has been and new variants of the virus. Already spreading could send case numbers back up in the coming

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What The Cherry Blossom Bloom Can Tell Us About Climate Change

Environment: NPR

01:55 min | Last week

What The Cherry Blossom Bloom Can Tell Us About Climate Change

"Canopies of pink and white flowers are blanketing washington. Dc right now. After the city's cherry trees hit full bloom last week. Dc's first cherry trees were gift from japan and the city of kyoto. The cherry trees bloomed even earlier. In fact kyoto's peak. Bloom was the earliest on record. For twelve hundred years following pattern of earlier and earlier blooms since the eighteen hundreds when a cherry blossoms can reflect climate change. A pattern of early blooms can indicate warming springtime temperatures. But it's complicated the intellectual. Climate change is indisputable. I think however the decisive factor for the j. blossoms is the winter temperature now. Go obey is a journalist and author of the sacre obsession. She says cherry trees need a full month of cold temperatures in order to properly blossom when it gets warmer. If they don't get the chilly weather for a month then they blossom later because they can't make up trouble so while early blooms caused by warm springs are troubling delayed. Blooms may also be the result of warming winters and the south of japan has already seen delayed blooms in recent years in southern japan. The rinta isn't cold enough for long enough on so the muslims are coming out later as much as by a week as winter. Temperatures continue to rise obey says. The delays may grow to the point. Where trees don't blossom at all. The trees in dc's tidal basin. Are yoshino cherries. That variety also makes up about seventy percent of all the cherry trees in japan. Yoshi knows are easy to propagate they begin blossoming after only five years and they gained popularity in japan in the nineteen th century while other cherry species were forgotten and went extinct.

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New to DC, Buttigieg looks to build bridges with Biden plan

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last week

New to DC, Buttigieg looks to build bridges with Biden plan

"I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker transportation transportation secretary secretary Pete Pete booted booted judge judge says says he he thinks thinks he he can can get get Republicans Republicans on on board board with with the the president's president's two two point point three three trillion trillion dollar dollar infrastructure infrastructure bill bill but but some some GOP GOP leaders leaders say say the the way way to to do do that that is is limited limited to to infrastructure infrastructure Republican Republican senator senator Roy Roy blunt blunt says says he's he's told told the the White White House House the the U. U. easy easy bipartisan bipartisan win win here here if if you'll you'll keep keep this this package package narrowly narrowly focused focused on on infrastructure infrastructure he he says says that's that's roads roads bridges bridges airports airports et et cetera cetera but but instead instead seventy seventy percent percent is is not not core core infrastructure infrastructure like like a a hundred hundred and and seventy seventy four four billion billion for for electric electric vehicle vehicle charging charging stations stations transportation transportation secretary secretary Pete Pete booted booted judge judge argues argues people people drive drive electric electric cars cars on on the the road road infrastructure infrastructure investment investment has has to to include include looking looking to to the the future future rail rail roads roads seem seem to to futuristic futuristic and and then then we we actually actually built built up up now now they're they're considered considered traditional traditional infrastructure infrastructure both both made made their their comments comments on on ABC's ABC's this this week week I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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US outlook improving as vaccinations rise and deaths fall

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 weeks ago

US outlook improving as vaccinations rise and deaths fall

"America's pandemic outlook seems to be improving as the vaccination drive gains speed the nation's Val vaccinating about two and a half million people a day seventy percent of those sixty five and over have received at least one shot average daily covert deaths are below a thousand for the first time since November early date are really encouraging there is a notable sense of anticipation at a White House briefings from CDC cheaper shell Wilensky and others but she remains guarded noting there are still fifty five thousand new cases a day she's also bothered by spring break travel so where do things stand Dr Anthony Fauci says he gets one question a lot we turning the corner he says work at the corner whether we'd get stoned remains to be seen Sager mag ani Washington

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Study: Antibody drug shortens virus recovery

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

Study: Antibody drug shortens virus recovery

"A new study adds to the evidence the quick use of an antibody drug can help prevent serious illness or hospitalization from co that nineteen Regeneron pharmaceuticals says it's two antibody combo drug slash the risk of hospitalization or death from Kobe nineteen by seventy percent the drug also reduce the recovery time from fourteen to ten days that's in a study of more than four thousand out patients who are at risk for developing serious illness because of age or other health conditions the study also found the drugs benefits were similar and half of the does this currently allowed under emergencies provisions the IV drug is also being tested in a shock form the results haven't been reviewed by independent scientists yet previously E. lie lily announced that its to anybody treatment also reduce the risk of hospitalization or death in similar patients I'm Jennifer king

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Major Event (MM #3653)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Major Event (MM #3653)

"The minute with kevin mason nashville held a major event over the weekend. And we're not talking super bowl major. It was a covert keen drive-thru party. I guess you'd say held at nissan stadium where the titans play ten thousand people getting their covid. Nineteen vaccinations on saturday. If we can pull that off. Why are we doing that across america. I mean i realize you have to have the volunteers and that's the key to be able to pull that off. You have to have hundreds upon hundreds of volunteers. do the covid nineteen vaccinations. But if we have the want and we don't have the scenes why can't we get it all done. And of course. They use the johnson and johnson vaccine. Which is the one time shot so all. Those folks in a couple of weeks will have been vaccinated. Be good to go. We could hold of those every weekend every other weekend or have one here one week and then memphis the next week we get it all knocked out really quickly. I must be missing something here to why it's not happening. Wouldn't the government want to organize that the fast we can get seventy percent of americans to vaccines that gets us to hurt immunity. And we're getting better all the time. We still got a long way to go.

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Major Event (MM #3653)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Major Event (MM #3653)

"The minute with kevin mason nashville held a major event over the weekend. And we're not talking super bowl major. It was a covert keen drive-thru party. I guess you'd say held at nissan stadium where the titans play ten thousand people getting their covid. Nineteen vaccinations on saturday. If we can pull that off. Why are we doing that across america. I mean i realize you have to have the volunteers and that's the key to be able to pull that off. You have to have hundreds upon hundreds of volunteers. do the covid nineteen vaccinations. But if we have the want and we don't have the scenes why can't we get it all done. And of course. They use the johnson and johnson vaccine. Which is the one time shot so all. Those folks in a couple of weeks will have been vaccinated. Be good to go. We could hold of those every weekend every other weekend or have one here one week and then memphis the next week we get it all knocked out really quickly. I must be missing something here to why it's not happening. Wouldn't the government want to organize that the fast we can get seventy percent of americans to vaccines that gets us to hurt immunity. And we're getting better all the time. We still got a long way to go.

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Mass Vaccination Events

The Mason Minute

00:53 sec | 3 weeks ago

Mass Vaccination Events

"Nashville held a major event over the weekend. And we're not talking super bowl major. It was a covert keen drive-thru party. I guess you'd say held at nissan stadium where the titans play ten thousand people getting their covid. Nineteen vaccinations on saturday. If we can pull that off. Why are we doing that across america. I mean i realize you have to have the volunteers and that's the key to be able to pull that off. You have to have hundreds upon hundreds of volunteers. do the covid nineteen vaccinations. But if we have the want and we don't have the scenes why can't we get it all done. And of course. They use the johnson and johnson vaccine. Which is the one time shot so all. Those folks in a couple of weeks will have been vaccinated. Be good to go. We could hold of those every weekend every other weekend or have one here one week and then memphis the next week we get it all knocked out really quickly. I must be missing something here to why it's not happening. Wouldn't the government want to organize that the fast we can get seventy percent of americans to vaccines that gets us to hurt immunity. And we're getting better all the time.

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Silly and Misleading Retirement Calculators

Optimal Finance Daily

04:55 min | 3 weeks ago

Silly and Misleading Retirement Calculators

"I think the main reason people seem amazed at the idea of retiring at age. Thirty forty or even fifty is the lack of real information on early retirement. In general if you type retirement calculator into a search engine these days and enter some stats about yourself. You will find some very strange assumptions. That are guiding you to think you need an absolute load of money to retire for example. I was once working through such a guide in a magazine from northern. Trust a bank that caters to the wealthy. It went something like this. Consider your goals for retirement. What life events do you need to be prepared for. The following table lists average cost children's and grandchildren's university education. A hundred thousand dollars per child children's and grandchildren's weddings twenty five thousand dollars. Assisted care facilities a hundred thousand dollars per year. Medical costs funeral arrangements. Twenty five thousand dollars trust funds for loved ones esteem and legacy planning and charitable foundations. 'wow looks like you're well into the millions before you even get to buy yourself some groceries. Another retirement calculator on cnn. Dot com has various parts to fill out dropdown boxes pre filled with hand values like retiring at age sixty five and needing seventy percent of your maximum pre retirement income constantly for the rest of your life. The drop down box with seventy percent in it did not even offer a value lower than forty percent. This percentage of income concept is one of the most anti mustache ones out there if you make two hundred thousand dollars per year just before retiring this experience. Corrupt you so much that you need a hundred and forty thousand dollars per year for the rest of your life or is it possible to maintain the same luxury standards of a person who has a merely comfortable income like forty thousand dollars per year. This goes back to the ideas of the get what you need posting. I made recently and that is why not go for maximum happiness rather than maximum consumption. I propose that maximum happiness is achieved at a spending level where you live in a comfortable space. Eat healthy foods and get to do lots of active and stimulating things with friends. That doesn't have to cost a hundred and forty thousand dollars per year or even fifty thousand dollars per year for most of us the other assumption they push on people is a very low rate of savings they assume you will less than the annual limit on 401k contributions. And don't say much about what to do if you save more than that which the high income person mentioned a few paragraphs ago could certainly do so these banks and mutual fund companies will continue to tell you that you need millions of dollars to retire because it benefits them for you to invest your money with them. Luckily it's a harmless bit of tom foolery since the saving benefits you as well but the disservice they do is in scaring people out of dreaming to save faster or to think about much shorter time horizons like tenures instead of just plain old age. Sixty five so. I'll give you a quick retirement calculator of my own adult couple with no kids or whose children are. Grown can live very comfortably on forty thousand dollars per year and retirement. My own family lives very comfortably with one child on somewhere. In the twenty seven thousand dollar range you can shoot higher or lower depending on what level of luxury water pursue twenty. Two eighty thousand dollars is a good absolute maximum sane range. But if you don't want to calculate everything out just go for forty thousand dollars and figure out how to make your savings produce that for you for a single person. It might be difficult to slice in half because you lose some benefits from sharing a house in car but you can come close to quick early retirement budgets number one in early retiree couple lives on thirty thousand dollars per year. Earning five thousand of that combined in part time luxurious post retirement careers. The remaining twenty five thousand dollars per year is generated by their savings. Six hundred and twenty five thousand dollars of total savings are required to generate this amount of passive income using the four percent rule number two an early retirees single person leaves on twenty five thousand dollars. Earning ten thousand dollars on his or her many career. Fifteen thousand dollars per year is required from savings which calls for a nest egg of about three hundred and seventy five thousand dollars. I'm working on some much more detailed and exciting sample budgets using real numbers for my own spending experiences before and after retirement

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Google to Stop Selling Ads Based on Your Specific Web Browsing

Business Wars Daily

01:29 min | 3 weeks ago

Google to Stop Selling Ads Based on Your Specific Web Browsing

"This month. The world's biggest digital advertising company. Google made a rather large announcement starting next year. It will no longer used tracking technology to sell ads on where you go online. The company made the announcement in a blog post declaring that it will be quote charting a course toward a more privacy. I web. This latest decision follows last year's announcement that the company would no longer use third party cookies. And it's chrome browser the wall street journal reports as you may know cookies or those tiny files that website send to your web browser to keep track of your browsing history now. Google has basically said it won't develop its own tracking technology to keep tabs on where you go and sell ads. Based on that history companies like google facebook and others have long used such technologies inviting the ire of privacy advocates more recently regulators. It's the reason why certain add seemed to follow you around the internet. Don't you know visit a website. Like i love soup dot com and suddenly you see soup. Ads embedded on other websites. You visit and on social media. Google has been working with others to create new software that aggregates user browsing habits and allows advertisers to use that data to target groups of users with similar interests rather than using individual data. Or so. They say so. It's more like old school target marketing for ads but google's new privacy protections only relate to websites and not mobile apps which account for nearly seventy percent of all digital advertising spending in the us

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The COVID Effect is a Boon for Kids Online Gaming

Business Wars Daily

03:19 min | Last month

The COVID Effect is a Boon for Kids Online Gaming

"If you had to guess one company that saw revenues absolutely skyrocket in twenty twenty. What would you say you might think. I don't know what zoom maybe peril others another brand benefiting from a rough twenty twenty. It's roadblocks and online game that counts middle schoolers as its biggest fans. Don't ask me how. I know if you have a preteen noah preteen or are a preteen. Chances are you've heard of blocks. He lets users around one hundred fifty million a month build and play video games without needing to know how to write code. It's free to join. The company makes money through the sale of in-app purchases using its own virtual currency users can buy costumes for their virtual characters or jump up a level or two game and when i say roadblocks makes money i do mean a lot of money. Roablock says revenue jumped seventy percent between september twenty nineteen and september twenty twenty two more than six hundred million dollars. The motley fool reported that the games daily users number over thirty million people. Those figures have investors drooling and last week. They got a chance to buy into roadblocks wild success when the company went public the platforms value soared sixty percent to forty seven billion dollars after its first day of trading so who would have thought an online kids game would be exploding in popularity right about now. Well anyone who has a middle schooler at home. If kids seem extra attached to their tech devices at the moment. they're not alone. The amount of time kids spent on screens doubled in the first half of twenty twenty. As compared to the same period the prior year so reports the new york times custodio which tracks device usage kids ages four through fifteen called the cova effect socially isolated kids largely stuck at home made for quite the captive audience and that meant more money for games like roadblocks one reddit users summed it up nicely. Kids who distance learning always have tabs open and roadblocks the user wrote quote and nowhere. Mommy leaves her purse unquote. But roadblocks isn't the only game out there benefiting from all those open internet tabs minecraft has been making microsoft quite proud parent company as of late the game which bills itself as an open ended online video game saw twenty five percent increase in new players in the early months of the pandemic. Unlike roadblocks minecraft users pay up front for access to the game that netted them over four hundred million in revenue last year. Nowhere near roadblocks is twenty twenty revenue but both companies have turned quite the prophet in a year that decimated several industries but the so-called cove effect is only expected to last as long as well. Cova does right best of secret. Even roadblocks said so in its s one filing they wrote quote. We do not expect these activity levels to be sustained and in future periods we expect growth rates for our revenue to decline unquote whether or not usage rates. Actually plummet is more kids. Go back to school. Long-abandoned screen time rules claw their way back into homes that does remain to be seen but one thing is clear. The roadblocks rage has taught us to never underestimate the power of a kid with access to a technological device and knowing where to find a credit card is helpful to come on. Don't just blame the ipad

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Bidding War for Laser Maker Coherent Intensifies

MarketFoolery

04:17 min | Last month

Bidding War for Laser Maker Coherent Intensifies

"Coherent is back in the news. Coherent a company specializing in equipment to make an measure lasers back in january. Coherent agreed to be acquired by lament him in a deal worth five point. Seven billion dollars. Stick with me here. In february s. instruments came in with an offer of six billion after that to six came in with an offer of six point four billion which leads us to this morning and coherent saying that lou mendham has increased their original bid to six point nine billion and oh by the way. Shares of coherent are up seventy percent year to date not in the past twelve months. Just here in twenty twenty one different ways. I wanna go here. Let me start with this because at when we talked about this on market foolery back in january. One of the things you had said about coherent was look. And i'm paraphrasing. But you said look. They do some interesting stuff they do. Some things that lament doesn't do but coherent businesses kinda struggled over the past year. So i i guess my first question is are you surprised by this bidding war for this business. It is. yeah. I must say. I'm a little bit. I'm a little bit surprised by it. I i would pay money for for dan to insert like the as the world. Turns music into this. This intro because i really. This is like the soap opera of two thousand twenty one thus far right i mean this has been pretty fascinating to watch i. I have recommended lamentin and two six as a stocks for for members over the course of the years. And i i think i mean i didn't see this coming it really felt like with the initial lamentable tie up. Both parties were happy. They kinda came to an agreement. Initially that transaction was valued at around five point seven billion dollars in stock holders would get one hundred dollars per share in cash and one point one eight five one shares of lamentable for each coherent share. And then as you as you as you noted i mean this went back and forth with a few different companies in really it all boils down to what coherent does well. The business hasn't performed All that great recently in a part of that is just due to market conditions. But this all boils down to getting coherence laser expertise and that's lasers and photonics represent a big opportunity in that something that lamentable does. But it's a very small part of their business lament. Dems bigger focus. As i've mentioned before is on that vertical cavity surface emitting laser technology. I know it's a mouthful but that's ultimately sensor based technology. That's going gonna play more into our lives as we see five g in sixty connectivity. Get faster so so then you fast forward to today now. I mean coherence stockholders will receive two hundred and twenty dollars per share in cash in point six one shares of lamenting so they really sweetened the deal by amping up the amount of cash as opposed to the the percentage of shares that you would get in elementary stock and i think another. I think another reason why this deal. This is probably the last tango. I think this probably will wrap it. Up is because you have a tech investment firm there silver lake which is really Is really supporting this deal. They're going to invest one billion dollars in new business And they've got something like eighty billion dollars in assets under management today ten focused so so they have a lot of expertise in a lot of these different areas So so again. This is about the laser business. Lamentable clearly wants it to six understand why they would want it as well It is not cheap. I mean this is this. Is something where you're going to be paying around e abbott sixty times that's a little bit Reflective of less than normal times given the current state of affairs distill. They're paying for it and it must be feeling pretty good right now to be a coherent shareholder knowing that in such high demand

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Harvard Secrets For Purchasing A Business, with Ahron Oddman

The Entrepreneurial You

08:51 min | Last month

Harvard Secrets For Purchasing A Business, with Ahron Oddman

"My commitment in this podcast was to bring on people who are more interesting and smarter than me and erin. I definitely did that with you. Thanks for joining us april. Thank you for that kind introduction. I'm excited to be with you. It up this conversation. This is so fun. So i our colleagues a few years ago and what i always was just so struck by. Aaron is how humble you are and how even though in many -cations. I've been in the room with you when you were the smartest person in the room you never played. That never made that something that was even known to other people other than by the way you express yourself so getting to say all the things that you are was really exciting. Because if i were you. I would lead. Yeah when you lay it out you know it's like you look back and you got a lot more done than you than you thought right. I think you and i are probably people that are always oriented to the future right looking forward like okay. There's this mountain but it is worth taking some time and taking stock and looking back at the mountains behind his. I mean in a huge way. They kind of got you. You are right and defined you in some ways Is interesting doesn't cool things. And i'm glad our cross our paths cross In our last adventure right the high growth entrepreneurial got to work with tech work with people so ever so fun now. You stop me. If i'm not allowed to tell the story but what i love when we worked together is just the different and unique viewpoint that you always brought to things because you are very analytical you see things from a profitability standpoint where i am completely go with your gut and i remember us sitting and talking about the likelihood of startups like encino where we were them being successful and you knew the probability of any company doing adventure like that being successful. Do you remember that conversation. do bigly. and i'm sure it was born out of being overly analytical. Right everything's yes about. This occurs the gift that occurs. Then be i just come from business. School where i just kind of made it. My mission like tried to distill. What worked why did things work. And some of these businesses and so the numbers for failure is so starring in front of mine. Be i remember that it was amazing to me. Because you had the the actual probability you just off the top of your head. Well you know april on average. This is the kind of success rate companies. Like this can see. And i was shocked because i don't analyze in that same way and i thought yeah i feel like it's going to go gangbusters. That's great. what is that based on. And that's where i was like. Oh my gut. Like i kind of feel like it's gonna be great gravid but you're right you know i. It turned out you're right in. The statistics are just numbers. Right to help you make decisions but at the end of the day. Like gotta turn around and say well you know. Seventy percent chance of rain are brought this coldness umbrella and it didn't rain. I based right. I can't be mad at like the weather may under the umbrella for it not having rain I mean you're right in like even pull the curtain back a little further. When i was leaving business school ios app military went to business school. The kind of kick the can down the road and it was like okay. Now i gotta get a up job. And dr teeny encino presented itself and it was based in wilmington is coastal carolina. There are other opportunities right in bigger cities maybe more mainstream companies and as tomar my wife and friends and i was like you know i think they have enough money to like make go at it for two years which kind of that met my criteria for like. Let's do it. Sounds like a probably won't work. When when i say probably the bases the base word of that is probabilistically. Great but you know good people. I've met enough. You know amazing. People he worked with they had enough for two years. I figure i wouldn't have the move for de year is in the military that's forever right commanded that that's a full tour of duty right and then so you're like okay. Then i'll play the game to see the next car. You know that's dell that's kind of how i looked at it so people always all the time. Were like remember when you said that things probably never going to work. And but that's not what you said that so it's interesting when you clarify it right. You're like the probability is against it. But i'm here. We shows i believe in it. And i just loved that conversation because i feel like every opinion that you express is very well thought out. It is very backed by fact if you will and since it was so opposite of the way that i tend to operate i was drawn to it and just that made you seem even more genius to me regardless of the fact that you also i think are genius. I don't know if you have a mensa card and you probably wouldn't admit it if you do so one of the things that you also talked to me about. And it actually gets us to this journey that you're on now was what you learned when you were in business school about acquiring a business and i'd love free to shared that with the listeners. Because if you remember you. And i stayed after some training and you had me completely captivated you wrote this out on a whiteboard and i still have that photo in my phone today. We we were white boarding it. I remember it in your being so generous listening to Iran about it but basically went to business school and really had no had no expectations other than just really interested in technology. And of course being the twenty first century. That'd be plenty of those opportunities. But i didn't know what it would look like in so as you can imagine like isn't school tends to skew a little younger. It's a bit more trendy kind of follows these trends and a trend does your tack and startups in you know software companies the facebooks cetera. The uber's everyone is kind of there in the lab thinking the next uber to invent right And we those two older grumpier professors that were like you know you guys are all supposed to be smarter. 'cause you're here in grad school but you guys are chasing the dumbest opportunity possible like what are the. What are the odds. Anyone of you you know will will will embiid. Any one of these unicorn had companies in a stop unicorn hunt you know he kind of like y'all did us for twenty minutes and then we're like what. What are we supposed to be doing. He's like do you realize that there's over one hundred thousand profitable businesses that throw off actual cash flows all around and you walk by him every day. You probably use their services or your parents user services or you. Frequent business that uses their services and You know they're owned by baby. Boomers are retiring at record pace. They've gotta find some way to transfer all this well in you know you guys. Aren't that smart. But your pride smart enough to run these things and you know instead of going and doing this in you know having a lower risk you know for economic success ask and getting to work on fun business problems and help people change their lives. You guys are like trying to invent magical things that don't exist yet and so it made me take a look and stop and say you know i. I guess i had this. You know a little bit of a career in the military before says a little older had family had kids can watch my parents age and wanting to be there. You know a economically for my family and thought i could be it wasn't is not a burden. Obscene is consideration and then You know kind of going back to the the probabilities that you talked about. And so anyway. I ended up spending over year studied under these guys. This kind of little known concept of looking at a very small business. That is functional. But you know for one reason. Add a or the other. The owner needs to sow and putting deal together to take over that business running it. We're probably twenty thirty forty years younger than the owner so he could probably modernize bit but for the most part. Just don't break it. Run a really good business blocking and tackling and you know living your life that way so it was it was really a shift. It was like a paradigm shift for me that. I'm still kind of unpacking.

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A Positive Attention Economy with Adam Helfgott from MadNetwork

Bitcoin Radio

09:43 min | Last month

A Positive Attention Economy with Adam Helfgott from MadNetwork

"Adam much joining us. Thank you so much for having me really excited. Approach me too and so for those viewers who might not be familiar with who you are. You want to get a little background of who you are. And how you got into blockchain short You know. I'm a kind of serial entrepreneur. Built the built sold a bunch of companies in the regular internet land I company was a god put summer camps online back in nineteen ninety nine and then you know how to fashion startup thousand six but in in Right around when bitcoin came out i saw early. Read at posts and whatnot and Was fascinated by it and I read all the posted. All this stuff. And i didn't quite running a business at the time and quite have the energy to really put up minor unfortunately back back in the early but You know kind of kept tabs on on the project that was declined back in the day and slowly got more and more into it. Invested saul invested sold but started getting really into technology and seeing what the technology can do right around the time of the cerium. Ico where i started doing some consulting work for other blockchain projects that were commercial. Land trying to do concept's flory be credit card companies and things like that helping. I'm a product guy build technology. I really know how to make products for the enterprise and helping you know various early projects and companies apply. What i know into what they know and make things it might might start in in crypto. Just have a firm belief that you know. Blockchain's are as important as Intervention as like the transistor was And like the same gonna take a long time for that kind of integrated change society but the cooler and more fun stuff that exists after. It'll happen so i find it interesting. Because i speak a lot of people in these conferences and it seems that this is a pretty common background people who are serial entrepreneurs who who were involved in the early adoption of the internet days building things on the internet and it seems a lot of those people people are now also in our building on blockchain and has been endless. Powerless draw between the two in terms of growth in the early days and adoption and the protocol layers. And this and that Do you find you mentioned you compared to two transistors And that's more of a tradition obviously a hardware but that that spawned obviously the computer age. And it's interesting you go back that far. I mean most people. I find compared to the internet. Why why did you feel Why do you view it as transistor and as the comparison for that more so than kind of this connective technology of internet. Yeah a question. So so the way. I look at it is the transistor was like the beginning of no allowing like automation With with basically build like to restart replacing humans with technology. Old computers were like rooms of people that had different that like that. There is like a person that they said caters. The here's the problem. We're trying to solve when break it down and give it to like this department. Solve this equation is that and then the output will come out some consolidation. That was a computer is a bunch of people and the same way. Like what we can do with blockchain's which is automated trust transactions and Whole slew of other types of automation. It's foundational piece in like beasley humans to do more Now that's how. I view it in that way there. So you know. Pcp is a layer on top of what transit software blocked our software. But it's cryptography itself as math and it's kinda you it's it's hardware you mentioned early on in this conversation that you're the product guy and i think that's a very product Answer very product focus. Answer now i think it's very fitting unique perspective on this industry and obvious technology because i mostly You know talking to the dreamers. But it's nice talking to the doer. You know definitely get that. You're the founder of the man network of. You're wearing any matt hive sweating to break down a bit. What is the madden network. Yes so so mad network is kind of like the is like the way i vision products and companies and things like that is like You know if. I'm going to be successful at something i need to kind of hold onto it kinda. Pull myself into it and the team into it. Right and ran network is a envisioning how organizations interact with each other in a in a high speed trusted way so You know the the way My my co-founder. Tom and i look at it. Is that that the advertising industry kind of paid for the internet to be built. You know google and facebook and all that kind of stuff like that like what we have now. The internet was largely the infrastructure built out because it was commercially viable to do that. Other months the government's they only go so far. And we kind of see it the same way for for blockchain right so. The advertising industry is kind of decentralized in the business version right. You're a media channel tons of other media channels. They're not. We're not all own jet by one company off the author interact with each other in pseudo trusted ways or else it all falls apart right and so you come up with all these standards in ways and you know in television sign affidavits and we go to court semi like a testings and so all that can be done with cryptography. We save a lot of times. They a lot of money. Smaller media channels can make more money. Less money goes to the intermediaries all the blockchain promises that we seen over. The past bunch of years is cut out the intermediaries and blah blah blah. We need we need application need actual place. That would actually happen. We saw. I've is a commercial entity that you know builds. Enterprise software for advertising. Mad network is the underpinnings of a new way to transfer to do that. Business and the goal is to kind of like overtime a bridge. Those together you know and and not just build something and hope people adopt it but actually build product enterprises that happens to us. Blockchain's yen this problem with this problem that you're providing solution to isn't at the forefront of most people's minds you know the the the average consumer or consumer of media isn't noticing this issue. This is more if you have a media company this. This is something that having behind the scenes behind the screen even like kind of break it down for viewers people who've never even thought of this issue because you're provided a novel solution to its gonna break a little bit of what was the old way of doing business here and the ad network in house different now because blocked not different yet It's starting to be There's an immense amount of momentum about you know close to like three to four hundred billion dollars of a mental every year that powers the existing wet right and so the existing way is basically people trusting each other and we all here especially the united states with our president. That's very concerned with ratings. Waiting is right and what a rating is is how much viewership a media channel gets right and so who and is this one application but something. I think that the person has not totally indoctrinated in the media. Space with understand that you know who makes the ratings and and so you know in the united states abroad. There's a company called called nielsen in that. Probably a lot of people have heard of that. Creates these These ratings at site. How many people are watching in the way that they do that is that they have panel of fifty thousand people or so states that are nielsen homes. All that data goes to nielsen. They crunch it and they say you know this show and this station had this much viewership and what that really means is that now. what the charge that advertising. That's why like the super bowl is like so expensive. The eighty five percent of watching super bowl and probably globally as well And so but now we're and that was a model built in the nineteen fifties. That worked really really well when there's like six media channels are less four really now that we have like thousands and thousands If there isn't a very simple if there isn't a way to price your media properly you need to like hand over your keys to like the kingdom to accompany that would like one of the major social networks are one of the major search engines companies like that. That can do that for you. And they'll happily do that for you. And taking a thirty to seventy percent of your revenue as well in order to like.

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Stripe valuation soars to $95bn after latest fundraising

Equity

01:22 min | Last month

Stripe valuation soars to $95bn after latest fundraising

"Kicking off with the weekend. The biggest by far was at stripe finally closed that enormous round of funding that we heard about a couple of months ago now the new investment and unnamed round of capital if you will is worth six hundred million at ninety five billion dollar valuation now my first impression was that surely surely this is the last time stripe raises before it goes public but then i remembered this is stripe so it may not be now. The browns near the top end of its previously reported. Seventy billion to one hundred billion dollar valuation range that bloomberg reported back in november. So we can presume. It was at least reasonably competitive at that price which is pretty crazy. The brown set stripe up to be worth of course more than one hundred billion when it does go public. The only other company that i can think of. That's private that is about to go public. That is worth a similar amount of money. In theory possibly is coin base out and stripe did release some growth metrics as part of its funding. News they are very very milk toast but here they are. It has more than fifty companies that process more than one billion dollars a piece on its platform and that it's quote enterprise in quote revenue is its largest and fastest growing revenue slice and the enterprise rev more than doubled last year. So that means the strub grew at least fifty percents in two thousand twenty but probably less than one hundred percent. If i'm doing the math correctly and by less than one hundred percent i'm presuming start didn't grow revenue by one hundred and seventy percent last year.

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Business is booming for tech companies during the coronavirus pandemic

Real Time with Bill Maher

06:15 min | Last month

Business is booming for tech companies during the coronavirus pandemic

"It is the corona bursary Was a year ago minus two days where we did our last show here and i am boy at ended quick biden set at me the whole thing i mean i thought i was gonna come back next week. We had a panel book May i able to get a shot. July fourth biden says independence day yet. It we're going to be kind of independent. So i've been leading reading you know the year everybody's running recaps of this kind of stuff this dot. I have to start with that. I thought was most amazing. Jeff bezos law lost thirty eight million his divorce thirty eight billion divorced and he made it all back in a month may thirty five billion in one month. What does this tell us about america. Gentlemen it's worse than that. We've had one individual. Gdp of hungary to his net worth since the first virus. You on mosques just in time for him to peace out and moved to taxes so he doesn't have to pay taxes. We've seen billionaires go from one point nine trillion and wealth of four trillion. The dirty secret of this pandemic is at the top ten percent much less top. One percent are living best lives virus and that some be minute we see a lot of the we actually see places that went out of business by myself. Some of my favorite restaurant. Hey i drive by. And i wanna cry. Because they've been there for a log gone forever but the people who did if you're in the sit on your ass. Look at a screen business. Amazon apple google facebook right. They made their now worth twenty one percent of the whole economy. There we used we talk about the s. and p. five hundred it's the s. and p. seven there's now seven companies that have percent of the market cap amazon's since march has added more market capitalization than all of european retail. We have effectively four companies. That are so dominant. There's more we've been overrun. There's more lobbyists fulltime lobbyist in washington working for amazon than there are. Us senators there's more people working in pr and calms at facebook. Manicuring in march and cheryl's image than there are journalists at the washington post. Yeah we are so beyond any sense of balance in our economy. The eco-systems out of control. We absolutely need to break these companies up. Yeah it's almost like we're going to step ahead. I'm old school that stepping on a. It's almost like the way that you said there bill. It sounded nefarious. Almost like they plan or something you know not that they did of course but they took advantage of it but they took advantage of there's almost like an inevitability of this kind of progress. Let's let's call it. You know where how all that money just starts flowing in these these same directions. No matter what happens to the economy. It all keeps flowing that way but can ask this one question. When i read this about the amazon apple. Google facebook twenty one percent. I mean it was written. I forget where i read it. Maybe you yeah. It was written like oh my god. Twenty one percent of the economy four companies. Yeah but i was like. That's so bad. I thought it was eighty quite frankly. I hadn't read that. I mean the biggest four companies. Who really i mean this is. What's propping up. America as the rest of his goes to shit Is that such a big thing that those the four biggest companies are one fifth of the economy pennzoil. Not that alarmed at do we want one company deciding ninety three percent of the time when we type in overthrow government whether you get Instructions on how to build a dirty bomb or voter registration. Should one company control those decisions. Ninety three percent of the time should one person control the algorithms to decide the content that the southern hemisphere place. india rec- should one company effectively control ninety seven percent of all increase in value of all retail. The third and learn. I know you think healthcare is next right. Don't you think that walmart and is it is on. We're going to be battling to of course. Why wouldn't they want that. they own everything else. Where's the all the money going sick people. That's what america does best makes people look the fastest. The largest business in the world is us healthcare. it's seventy percent of gdp its prices. Keep going up. it's nps keeps going down. That spells here comes amazon but not only is it bad or morally corrupted these companies have so much power it's dangerous. the equivalent of the nasdaq and israel is down. Not up there vaccinating. Seven times the rate when the most powerful wealthiest people in the world are living their best lives. We don't show this virus the full-throated capitalist response. We are capable of if amazon amazon. Start if amazon stock had declined seventy percent instead of risen seventy percent in the last ten months when a van with a smile shows up in my driveway tomorrow morning someone with a somewhat jumped out in a lab coat and vaccinated us. We are living our best lives. This virus has not seen what with the. Us is capable of because stop. Stop at hurt so good. If you're the shareholder class but the other the other point is the every time you wanna talk. This guy's as usual. I said everything i wanted to say. No but the other side of it is providing a service that people like you know. I mean during the pandemic you wanted things delivered to you know so the. That's what i mean the confluence of them being there at exactly the right time with exactly the right service is was very convenient so i know so. Many people have signed up for amazon prime over the last five years because the all of the things that they come with it and amazon is amazing. The type of company that amazon is and how they position themselves to literally pacman. Every every type of that is out there. it really is. I don't think we've seen anything like that type that's He remember he cornered the diaper market. Lost like one hundred million. Just but i i don't care i want diapers to write something wrong with that guy anyway but it's not as bank

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"seventy percent" Discussed on The Changelog

The Changelog

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on The Changelog

"A bunch of example so i think my last commits were actually like three example apps on airplane ride i didn't have any wifi was that was my my fun bits awesome yeah did find one example app that if i looked pretty cool which was fly get which is get on top of fly was that do you have your hand in that one or was that somebody else i did i did i i did did actually a lot of our abusing up consuming a lot of files from a repository and injecting places so few ended up if you go to our dock site which is flooded slash docs slash apps it's just our read me and what we do is we pull that markdown down and render it and put it into our our normal waking site so we do a lot with mixing matching content from gets a flag is basis for a lot of that and and we've taken bits and pieces of that news than elsewhere very cool so i'm staring at the repo i have one last question down here seventy percent type script this do you have you have opinions on types or if you like to share seventy percent in trending up it's it's more and more time script and for i really liked type script i'm always really like types than i used to be a pretty heavy windows deadliest i did a lot of shahr which if if you've ever done sharpie after like types or you don't do have sharp and there's a lot of that stuff that's trickled into into types group and i feel like we we both really liked types group because it's easy it's much easier to reason about one of the things we have the implement through this round time was a so in we're basically laying browser api is because they work really well for used as in browser api's tend to be really welldesigned the modern ones so fetch and requested response or just a really nice api to give the people we requested response both have bodies can be streams or.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

The Twenty Minute VC

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"Gut instinct iraqi whatever you build verses that's a fascinating product really interesting market huge potential expansion of market was the kind of difference when you analyze for their between that found a love since kind of almost products in market love so myopia is my wife went to business school i tell her at product loves detailed analytics but the truth of what i tell myself is seventy percent ukiah to i love the founder so to my opi though it's all size but truth is seventy percent of it is really the queue we'll because this is all about the people at the end of the day i can tell you i've heard say this but then they go back and what they really say is i have no real consistent way to measure grit to measure the people i don't know so i'm gonna go back into sped ninety percent of my time in the science of party market fed blah blah blah blah blah blah blah all the measurable stuff but the reality is i personally believe actually quite frankly i know from my days it says go running a that it's the issue that drives success it's way way way way more the factor of what drives success is the people but yet one of the problems in the industry is we spend a huge amount of time looking at the science if that makes it makes sense you mentioned the deal with that i d want it slightly move into the mechanics kind of deal making state before we get into the quake sherm see unprecedented rise of safes with one promoting them michael on the show was complimentary about safes i'm intrigued what you will on this stage prominent angel and why okay so first of all we were in the convertible note minia for a long time and i am not a huge fan of the convertible note because i've been in situations where what happens when the note doesn't convert and something starts to happen and things get beyond where the dote was designed my preference is a price round as possible and so i tend to like the safe because it mimics a price strand and it's generally simple and clear and investor rights obligations are generally simple and clear so my ideal preferences new price.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Clark your guest host today on the dennis prager radio show couple of comments to close out the illegal immigration you heard the poll numbers that i cited early seventy percent of people think we need a wall and they support fixing this broken immigration system president trump as you know says what he means he means what he says he speaks in clear language it's going to fix this broken immigration system it's hurting america i think that his sending four thousand national guards troops to our southern border is the sort of action that we need and he knows that actions speak louder than words congress needs to exhibit the same sense of urgency they avoid this top in both parties like the plague and it's hurting the american people no it's it's it's it's unbelievable how this thing can language the language and he'd gotten unit's gone i think the mid eighties was the last time this thing was addressed illegal immigration now we'll talk for just a second about this this the four pillars that president trump outlined in a state of the union address on you know the the daca the ending chain migration and there's been a little pushback from many on our side about his his proposal to fix doc look ladies and gentlemen anywhere from eight hundred thousand people and after talking about up to a million to begin a pathway to citizenship call it what you want i i'm not gonna get into playing word games some amnesty well okay call it what you want what if you think that we're actually going to deport eight hundred thousand to one point two million daca recipients then again i don't know what you smoke it the american people don't support that and let me tell you something i mentioned earlier in the program but pub public opinion public opinion matters in this country it matters in this country because the government of formed by the people we do it to our elected representatives right our our our constitutional republic what the public feels and thanks matters there is no support to deport the eight hundred thousand to one point two million daca recipients there's no public support for so those of you that want to take a hard line criticize the president for his proposal to fix doc.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"Cent of your died is plants and by calories seventy percent of your diet is that right yeah exactly so okay let's i wanna talk about what you talk about in the book which is awesome which you call the pagan diet which i love because it's not really a diet it's a philosophy but i i love this kind of joke it's a spoof right spoof on paleo on extremism that everybody has and listen if you believe what the paleo folks say in you eat like vegan you're gonna die if you believe with vegan folk safe like paleo person you're gonna die so they can't both be rice he eggs actly so i'm curious like if you could wave a magic wand and have everybody eating and much more healthy diet what would that look like practically speaking like how would people be eating men i follow some basic simple principles you know the way i talk about eating is is i have a couple things in a bigger context like the food right what what should i eat but then there's house affects everything right so i think i just want to share a little bit about that because it's something that nobody's going to disagree with me things whether you're paleo or vegan the principles i think everybody's on board within let me just kinda share with you some of it because it's really not that hard i think things is how do you how do you eat at a high level to to affect the environment around because what you what you're basically eating effects on you but affects the environment affects climate affects the economy pretty much everything so i is you know avoid processed foods avoid junkfood obviously refined sugars carbohydrates and refined oils avoid factory farm animals avoid food good climate change in varma big relation minimize the use of fossil fuels avoid foods affects kids billion learner friends national courtesy because kids too fat defied or lisa violent behavior in poverty nobody's gonna.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on U&U Podcast

U&U Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on U&U Podcast

"I probably would be with you know the one that i enjoy doing this with in the one i might be more physical within the one that you know because we know it can be done we do you don't i'm saying it's like you you have females do it more now than i think evitable multiple gas fill filling different needs you know you got your food guy you got your guy make you laugh you got you gotta break your back you got you know what i'm saying so real talk the goddess finance stable you know what i'm saying so it's like i don't know it's like what how do we talk a seventy percent divorce rate pretty harry seventy percents them almost everybody you know what i'm saying want wanna try it's discouraging right so now so if that's the scourging you live in what i'm saying on the learning about whether you're going to have a partnership where you're going to have a committed relationship listen go ahead all that seventy percent shit y'all can kiss my some murray you would've thirty thirty percents the my wife this is based on this individual beautiful you said about the open relationships working working better statistically they tend you got statistics in the last just play devil's advocate i feel like they stay together in those relationships even if they don't work just to save face so they don't have to tell people we try to open relationship and it didn't work.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"I spent seventy percent of my money online versus in a store that adds up sure but as though everything isn't always cheaper online notes on things cheaper in the brick and mortar i've been doing my show and nine times out of ten it's cheaper online guaranteeing i wouldn't go that far president even though he tweeted out the post office is getting ripped off and and they're paying no local or local to little local and sales tax that's not true and so the administration's route the day even moved away from what the president tweeted and said it's not about that when you get down to what the president's talking about the president wants a national sales tax an internet sales and national internet sales tax in order to level the playing field between the mom and pops and the online delivery services and it goes back to the belief that the president believes that an economy runs better when you have to go to a brick and mortar and not get something delivered to your doorstep and that he is the person as the president or the a representative in the government that should be regulating what he feels is fair to you as we said earlier if obama had said that well republicans would be going crazy.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"A seventy percent approval rating this what else has ever done that that nothing nothing nothing has a cell there's no downside of the move in the salang in you know forty percent of those dollars comes off i will will go back into agriculture to help us with the buffers on the extra funding were short on right now it's going to be amazing so it's a eight forty three and some change here on news radio 1040 who you know it's always a pleasure to see you i i don't get to see you often enough it you know i tease him but randy helps me a lot and you've been a you've been a good friend of the show can you believe we but i know most fifteen years now now iowa that's amazing at is crazy i tell you it's is it goes by so quick well i'll tell you what i am i've had a lot of fun about doors on some stop and believe it or not there's been a couple of times have cohosted and tell yet and you know what the ratings went out they oil anything's better may yeah i had to go on do some honsan stop and you are you came out and coast the show former you've you help me out a lot and i always appreciate you that well i appreciate what you do and you know dan's been down to capital and when he hit i will day he was down there and he was one of the moderators for a discussion and he's been involved in down we're pretty blessed to have an individual that has the passion that he has that's off a kind of your checks in the mail to its all these nice words damn blushes crazy so i will i gotta go hit a break when we come back we're going to visit with a young lady that is man in the forty now you're going to have to go work now bill we had a crowd we got in here are knows the power of news radio 1040 who let me let me go hit a break randy don't you not he's got two goals talked to his what before i do that i.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on This Week In Google

"With with abc's as you say seventy percent accuracy that's very interesting lives see ya algae's not so bad yeah the hill your insurance company starts taking pictures of you on the street looking to see if you're gonna have a heart attack at denies you send you a picture with their red light camera saying rgf you can't get a insurance because we could see from your eyes you're gonna get sick bad is very pin optic leia all about the payout come in at at on this show one of the things that is intriguing to me about network medicine and medicine derived from a at this stage is you know a lot of people gave those samples and never really were informed of the uses and the possibilities for what uh you know soham wondering you know de did at any time the people whose had their retinas scanned in their medical records released you know what is the process by which google created and contained that data set um because there's a lot of questions in medicine particularly that raise those very concerned which see concerns which is that we have the health insurance privacy import ability act for a reason which is that we are um somewhat suspect of corporations finding out our health information and using it uh against us and so to me the uh you know this leads to a different um a you know this is a similarly bad path but i do wonder you know how that data's that was generated you'll join you'll there was a case in the uk not alone your where there was data that would have enabled the prediction of could be disease uh there was disallowed because that was not a use that wasn't dissipated when the data was gathered were said speed rotimi because you can anticipate a rule of ai you by definition are not anticipating all future uses abated because you don't know what's going to see.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The world's most trusted name in professional trader education well the topic of this show is okay the market hit some volatility last week i'm recording their suits early in the morning on tuesday the 13th by time you hear this i have no idea if the market is going to be higher or lower but neither is anyone else and that's the important point none of us know with certainty what's going to happen knacks and people have this vision that well maybe my portfolio takes a little bit of a hit but they're just gives me an opportunity to buy cheaper yet if the market falls five ten percent that's the mindset the problem is is on the markets falling fifty sixty and seventy percent that's when people take huge losses and as we've talked about you know him no i said going to mention that when the market went down in two thousand eight and two thousand nine in a period of the year and a half the market gave back thirteen years of gains you went back to the levels the markets were at back in that in 1990 six in fact once you factor in inflation if you look at what happened in the market between nineteen twenty nine when it crashed the market didn't get back to where it was in 1929 until 1954 once you factor in inflation and by the way once you factor in inflation new marco was the same place in 1984 it was in nineteen fiftyfour so really for about you know do the mass sixty years there nothing really happened in the markets except the kind of kept up with inflation and that takes us to know a topic we've talked about here before in a in.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on NWAP

NWAP

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on NWAP

"Black and brown seventy percent so he's a seventy percent yet though less majority i'll just say at seventy okay all right so the majit but the majority coaches at all owners are white so let's say uh bob kraft comes out and says you know he do need minority owners in this that did he would i don't know if you would what ethic him i had said we need more minority owners and conscience in this league right between so many teams would he be willing to give up his spot to seated minority owner wong probably not and that goes you know all the way through like the oscars or when people say we need more and minority lead actors are actresses you say that people are you say that but did not willing to give up their spot to see to see you know that versity so emily may be wellmeaning do not willing to sacrifice themselves two you know chip away at white supremacy that's very clear here we do participate in it okay let's i guess everybody participates it and that they are benefit or lose because sell s nine creating short answer i all around the world and then you can even get into that the color is them in all of that too as just always there if they are skin is kind of like at the top of the hierarchy any just goes down throughout all of these different social groups.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"And we in global guru your text global door eric and gary on red eye radio and he's eric harley i'm gary mcnamara eight six six nine zero seven three three three nine eight six six ninety red eye he's eric harley i'm gary mcnamara you brought up a great point there on on uh you know where we go with the president the he will be in missouri today to promote tax reform even though we have no idea if we're going to get any tax reform or just tax cuts but it's a what can you get right now from republicans and would any democrats crossed the line think about this you've got 2018 coming up the republicans believe that they need to have not necessarily tax reform bill needed to be a a a win win win what's a win win win the poll showed it was it was it seventy percent of americans are believed that they pay too much in taxes yeah and it's interesting because 48 percent or whatever that number is don't pay any taxes at all we're not talking about the fight attacks rather we're talking about actual income tax of do does not go in to your own personal social security or medicare and so word we're talking about the general income tax and so seventy percent think that they pay too much so you're looking at that you're psycho k give everybody a tax break and we'll be okay but the other thing that they wish to do be is because they wish to get the economy going in they believe that by giving corporate tax cuts you'll be able to do that so if you look right now on corporate tax cuts let's look at the political the political landscape right now can you get any democrat right now how wooded favor any democrat to vote in favour of cutting a corporate taxes with two thousand eighteen coming up if they understand because we know tim ryan said at the other day tim raines said yeah corporate tax corporate tax.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on AP News

"There has to be a documented business or educational offer the rules are similar for all refugees and the state department is giving a little room to grant exemptions these changes follow monday supreme court ruling upholding portions of president trump's executive order jackie quinn washington right now at gatt factory and banana republic factory dave to seventy percent off everything in store seventy percent off everything ninety nine banana republic handicap batteries north good morning look for your nearest gap battery handinhand republic restore marsha travel ban challenged i'm jackie quinn within ap news minute this state of hawaii is urging a federal court to stop enforcement of the latest trump administration travel ban because it's definition of close relative is too narrow it excludes fiancee's and grandparents says bona fide family we members white house deputy press secretary sarah huckabee sanders is defending president trump's tweet against commentator meeker brzezinski saying that she has attacked him to when they hit him he's gonna hit back a wildfires kicked up in southwestern colorado about two hundred homes around durango have been evacuated at least one house there is too destroyed five homes burnt down in prescott arizona fire officials angry someone flew a drone that forced fire fighting aircraft.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:38 min | 4 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on AP News

"Right now at gatt factory and banana republic factory save fifty to seventy percent off everything in store seventy percent off everything the ninety nine republic handicap batteries dortha for your nearest gap battery handinhand republic restore this doubly trade that derailed in new york monday has left many of those who rely on it's understandably obituary give a piece of jewelry walker reports moore's being learned about what happened but i of writers that's not enough the mta says the emergency brakes triggered causing the a train to derail writer jack cox says it jerked violently jostling to happen revis island a susan packed says she saw sparks through the train window than the power cut off most hardline in dhaka's by shea by him subway the same way the mta is investigating but says it does not look like equipment failure julie walker new york record numbers are expected to head and vacation for the upcoming holiday ap correspondent shelly adler says low gas prices have something to do with if you are traveling for the july fourth holiday aaa says you may be part of what's expected to be a historymaking longweekend forty four million americans are projected travel it could miles away from home the highest number two in on record for the holiday weekend and what are you having a queue of dumming economy and look after aaa spokeswoman camera johnson on those low gas prices current price hit are about fight than shepherding they weren't you doubtless pick up some thirty seven and a half million drivers will be on the road up on almost three percent from a year ago shelly adler washington right now at gatt factory and banana republic factory safe fifty to seventy percent off everything in stores that's right seventy percent off everything right the part the ninety nine at banana republic three handicapped battery stores an extra forty percent locator for your nearest gap battery canvas republic restore online.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on AP News

"To arrange rights for parents grandparents and other loved ones unable to try them sell south when users asks to be picked up some more besides their current location the apple give them the option to designate the right for someone else who they can designate from their contacts in the past uber users ordering rights for someone else had to call the driver to explain the situation a new study an adult perceptions of black schoolgirls finds a much harsher view of them than of their white peers ap correspondent check equin reports that could lead to harsher punishments in school a report from the georgetown university law center finds adults view black girls ages five to fourteen as being less innocent seeming older endless in need of nurturing then white girls the same aides bullied author says the adult application of black schoolgirls could explain why they're disciplined more at school and did the criminal justice system these results are similar to a 2014 report that showed boys of color were also more harshly purse seve jackie quinn washington right now at gatt factory and banana republic factory save fifty to seventy percent off everything and stores that's right seventy percent off everything right the hard the nine republic three and again batteries doors horn idea an extra forty percent locator for your nearest gap battery handinhand republic restore marsha online.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

Android Central Podcast

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

"So it's interesting that that you know there's such this legacy of buying from carriers for smartphones that it's stuck around so heavily the i think you said seventy percent by from carriers in the us rate daniel but this is i agree that we could probably be doing more to sit in separate down and explain what's going on and i think that the big thing for us is unblocked phones have usually men cheaper in mid range phones a good value founds whereas it's not always the case you know you can buy the highend phones unlock to now that's true i although who's going to pay seven hundred twenty four ninety nine outright for a galaxy s eight when it comes out at the end of the month i know well and in that specific case the people that are in the know to buy and unlocked phone that have been completely you know broken down in the said you know from the galaxy s seven unlocks having update problems and all that sort of thing that has in that hasn't painted that particular situation properly but i mean at the the money aspects sure i understand that it's expensive but you just have to be able to get past that i little hurdle to explain that it's the same price they're paying at the carrier as well and that you know there are financing deals available either now i think that there has to be a little education there but i think people get the sticker shock in the same way are in a different way from the carriers because the carriers.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on WDRC

"Into this far under that bond right and die he come we we both agreed that the black rock would be the best with gridlock but i poem i am not adverse thumb risk but i didn't think the the fonda i wasn't looking at a call now for it thoroughly my fault that i realize later that i was an seventy percent bond seventy percent right now i'm looking at a right now the left uh and the thing about this is you can't look at it in the paper every day and what's the duration average to ration on this bond the portfolio or out i unprepared for the worst unprepared for the worst dead guy add lay it on me i i i don't know that's worse that's worse than the worst yeah hit that answer is worse than the worst because you don't even know your money is in this fund it seventy percent and bonds and you don't even know that the ration how could that i listen rent wait i'm ed and i'm not criticizing you i'm just trying to learn from you do you listen to money talk yes i do how could you not know that the rations of a bond fund seventy percent bond on before you put the money and how could that happen i organ paying attention to go on i answered prime calling you are not saying you made a mistake or are you saying you weren't paying attention that's a good answer to my question so what is the duration you still don't know i if if it here it doesn't power because there's a whole list of bond for that thin it thin like black rock i don't care what bonds therein i care about two things i care about the quality of the bonds there in the quality of the bonds i care about that and i care about the average duration of the bond portfolio but until we know the answer to the quality and the duration question we don't have anything to work yeah oh i can not find your dad i'll ask you to go back to the sales person lay it on the sales person to find out the answers if you can't earn learn it directly from black rock or from the paperwork you have optimistic question then of getting a little nervous.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on Rense Radio Network

Rense Radio Network

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on Rense Radio Network

"He had about a seventy percent accuracy rate your seventy seventy five it was weighing up there and that's obviously far far light years beyond chance but when he met was is it when he went into a building over in russia and so they were building an enormous submarine in his remote feeling curse i'm pretty sure quoting occurred can that's been for many years that told me that the defense people we're all of a sudden in a big russia worth the russians the soviets to try to do too gained the upper hand and his field i like it remote doing to reverse speech i think that works also and it's extraordinary and i think it's pitched david john notices been out that for thirty some years and that has been pretty well quashed by the media and you don't hear about it and the same with rp are be is astonishing and what to call guy or an and something others but especially dick has brought to the entering out you can watch him doing this and then see the results in real life real time or whatever our be documented and see his work and some of the things have been just out of this world and speaking of that in goes was a guest many times on the program we talked about remote doing out there another other conscious nets in terms.

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