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Under Trump, US reputation hits rock-bottom: Pew global survey
"For the past three and a half years the united. States has not been very favorably viewed by other Western countries that's according to survey results from the Pew Research Center but a new study they paula shows that our reputation has taken even deeper nosedive just over the past year Jacob poster is at Pugh in Washington Jacob Pugh does a lot of surveys and this is not the first one about America's image what made this survey nick. Well, we've actually been doing surveys for twenty years now, and we've been tracking the international image of the US during that time period and in the current survey in two thousand and twenty, we're finding some the lowest ratings we've ever found among traditional allies of the United States in terms of US favorability including in Japan, the UK Canada you know more than four in ten have positive views of the United States and these are some of the lowest levels of favorability we've ever measured for the United States. The title of the survey says a lot. I think US image plummets internationally as most say country's handled corona virus badly. So how did your survey respondents about the US and the corona virus like what was one of the questions? Where we ask people on whether various countries including their own were doing a good job of dealing with the corona virus outbreak and on that question when we asked about it for the United States, no more than twenty percent and any of the thirteen countries that we surveyed said, the United States was doing a good job of dealing with the krona virus outbreak and that's different from what people told us about their own countries and most of the. Countries we surveyed people were actually fairly happy with how their own country had dealt with the outbreak. The there are places where the US image is seen more positively than other places. What country had the most people who thought the US was responding well to the coronavirus in terms of response to the coronavirus no country was over twenty percent. But when it comes to the US favorability, there are countries were a majority still have a favorable view of. The US, but that number has shrunk dramatically in the last year. South. Korea's one country where fifty nine percent have a favorable view of the US. But even there that's down almost twenty points from two thousand nineteen when seventy seven percent favourable view of the US
Bed Bath and Beyond to close 200 stores over 2 years as sales fall almost 50% during pandemic
"First quarter sales for bed bath and beyond fell nearly fifty percent. On yesterday's show, we talked about the number of store closings so far in twenty twenty. We can add bed bath and beyond the list because they're going to be closing two hundred locations over the next few years and they should Brian. Yes they should. This was a pretty rough report. Although to be fair, it was over. March April and May, so it's kind of hard for a retailer to report good results during that period, but it's hard to find really any good news in this report, Chris, as you noted, sales fell forty nine percent to one point three billion. That's quite drop when you dig into that a little bit more, you see that store sales dropped seventy seven percent. On the plus side, digital sales actually grew eighty two percent, and this actually blew me away. Digital sales at this company represents two-thirds of sales this quarter. That's far harder than I. thought it was going to be Chris. Me as well and We've been saying this for months. With all kinds of retailers, you look at the results for the quarter. Not Surprising to see digital sales skyrocketing. To try and counterbalance the store closings. Unfortunately that's not the case here with bed, bath and beyond. You know when you talk about sort of. Where is the silver lining? If there is one? I think it's actually in the announcement of the store closings. Mark Trittin, who really made his bones at target as an executive vice president. Targets. Move into private label. Brands. Trittin was the guy behind that. So there was a lot of enthusiasm at the end of two thousand nineteen when he took over this company. And he made some pretty swift moves in the C. Suite like he basically. Cut Most of the executives. And, it's clear that you know for for whatever was happening with the company today in the stock today and it's down about twenty percent today. Trittin is a guy who has a clear vision. He knows what he wants to accomplish. He cleaned house at the end of twenty, nine, thousand, nine hundred and they've got. Nine hundred fifty bed bath and beyond location. They're going to be closing. Two hundred of them over the next two years. You know just on a percentage basis. That's you know we've seen. Retailers Nibble around the edges edges were store closings before, and so as someone who actually owns a few share, a bed bath, and beyond like that's the silver lining to me is that Trittin is doing with the store closings what he did with the executive ranks?
Women have been hit hard by the coronavirus labor market
"Says the type of jobs lost in this economy are mostly service and professional services a study by the university of Pittsburgh professors found that women account for about seventy seven percent of workers and these high contact inflexible occupations so think things like you know food preparation jobs or health care support personal service a massage therapist for instance black and Hispanic women are losing jobs at higher rates than white and Asian women and one group of women that normally pours into the job market during an economic downturn they are not doing that this time labor force participation among married women normally increases during recessions because women who were out of the labor force tends to enter the work force to help supplement their husband or male partners lost income but that likely will not happen during this economic crisis because the hits you predominantly female jobs has been so extreme so Sam some analysts really believe this recession's going to highlight some of the issues that women are facing on the job market specifically on the service and professional service jobs which tend to be more public facing and therefore riskier so they've remained shut down well when we talk about the glass ceiling here a number of times it doesn't this just highlight that eight and in a lot of times it's the type of industry that's that's you know shut down it typically is a more female dominated industry whereas in two thousand eight we saw many of the more male dominated industries being shot well and that was really two thousand he was really a financial driven right episode right I mean it does that obviously we saw the real estate market crash in a number of banks went belly up or at least for in big big trouble and this has more to do with a complete shutdown and that affects the services directly immediately right and things like hair salons and nail salons massage therapists typically many more women in those industries up nurses as well laid off due to you know and no one nothing going on at the
What A&D Companies Should Invest In After COVID-19
"Can you tell us a little bit about the Tech Vision? Report and the survey that accenture has completed of all of these. Amd Xhosa and other senior leaders Michael. Every year accenture surveys over six thousand senior executives across twenty four industries including aerospace and defense. And it's a great way to get a pulse. On how companies how executives see technology and how it can help them transform and Change Your Business and as you pointed out earlier you know. We're we're we're in a stage of of Nevers so we we got unprecedented change. However as an industry and defence almost by definition solves large audacious. And so. That's what we have basing us. And this year's technology vision shows I think a good snapshot in terms a what are what are your executive. What is what's their perspective. What are their expectations around? How digital can help them navigate and certainly Looking you know post pandemic and what's important for companies to survive long term is around systems resiliency security looking at. How do they? How do they interact with with customers? Now Remotely how do I use a? I gotta use robotics things like that to increase safety and have an interaction that you want to have a with your customer. How do I introduce resiliency under the supply chain how do I innovate? Innovation was a key area that came out initiate technology vision. And so so. The report this year shows how aerospace and defense companies can use that in order to set up to get through the short-term chaos and as well setting up for for the nest in terms of longer term and viewing with with more certainty than we as. An industry are typically. Have again looking at that. Tech Vision report digital is the overarching theme. And I see these these five focal points. The I and experience a and mead the dilemma of smart things robots in the wild. Is You guys talk about and innovation DNA? And we're going to get into each of these but John. Why do these new technologies like the one jeff just talked about have the potential to disrupt handy and coming nearest so much? Why these fought? The five trends are really brought together from all the research that Jeff is talking about earlier in in when I kind of translate them into aerospace and defense and I know we're going to dive into him. We look at it across what I'll call general kind of value chain ride starting with the customer experience and that starts on the flight deck with the everybody from the crew to the passengers in seats going. Onto HOW COMPANIES ENGINEER MANUFACTURED PRODUCTS. How they work with their extended supply chain operations in aftermarket and of course is a foundational element across all of this stuff around software and information security analytics artificial intelligence and talent and expertise itself in when we can look at some of the statistics that came out of this. In terms of new technologies disrupting or refining. Is that seventy. One percent of aerospace and defense executives believe robotics are gonNA enable next generation of services which is a pretty big component of a executives looking at robotic specifically seventy seven percent already piloting or implementing. Ai Solutions. I would just maybe not such a huge surprised me although I think we can talk more about that later as well. Eighty one percent think they're connected products and services are GonNa continue to be updated. Important Component of growth in their futures and a ninety percent believed that they need to elevate relationships with their customers as partners in engaging and engaging better technology so let's Start diving into them We might as well right away Couple of interesting statistics. I've seen in the sneak peek of the report. You guys gave me seventy two percent of Andy executives that you pulled agree. That organizations need to dramatically in reengineer and I emphasize that dramatically reengineer to bring technology into a more human centric manner John this resonates with a lot of people in the wake of the seven three seven Max issues but as you and I have talked about for years. India has been wrestling with user interface and information overload for a while. This go with that. I think I think it does and and yet I would take this at even broader sense rights at the broadest sense again going back to that maybe the value chain is loosely described it starting with the pilots and the crew and a passenger experience and then thinking about next generation technology driven improvements. They'll be taking more human centric approach. So for instance we used to talk a lot about in-flight experienced for entertainment and bring your own device but now thinking about going forward how you take. Technology and new ways of engineering product to improve comfort hygiene and safety on the aircraft for instance in in the commercial side no then move onto production operations flight controls and all the way through maintenance and we're technology is able to impact our ability to engineer products. That better accomplish their tasks and in essence. What we're doing is reporting that digital thread that we've talked about with an eye towards how people interact with technology to accomplish your jobs at every step from you know the first part of Innovation Engineering Manufacturing Assembly production and operations so it seems part and parcel to the issue has been the rise of artificial intelligence and again looking at the report here. Seventy seven percent of Andy Respondent. Say They are adopting highlighting
iPhone has 7% drop in revenue
"B. S. iPhone sales sank seventy seven percent in April compared to the same month a year ago so says KeyBanc capital markets which also says the worst was in the first half of the month there was a modest recovery in the second half when people got their stimulus checks is that sustainable key bank is seeing it all the negative for apple and its suppliers but apple was one of the reasons the nasdaq climbed to seventy one points to ninety one ninety two four it's a first a six day winning streak this year the Dow fell a hundred nine points that was an improvement the twenty four thousand to twenty two the S. and P. up a
Majority of Voters Believe Steele Dossier Is Accurate
"Mean that the Steele dossier minutes come back up again this week how does in this is something I'd love to ask Democrats out there because we know you're listening how in the world can possibly seventy seven percent of Democrats believe that the Steele dossier was true when you have that kind of either willful ignorance and part of it has to be willful ignorance you have to know seventy seven percent of Democrats if they truly believe it you're telling me none has been exposed to the stories that exist or if you actually read it
Joe Biden wins Democratic primary in Kansas conducted exclusively by mail ballot
"Joe Biden overwhelmingly when's the democratic presidential primary in Kansas conducted exclusively by mail balloting by the state party because of this pandemic the former vice president had been expected to prevail the captured seventy seven percent of Saturday's vote Vermont senator Bernie Sanders was still in the race when the Kansas party began mailing ballots at the end of March but he did suspend his campaign and has since endorsed
Joe Biden wins Democratic primary in Kansas conducted exclusively by mail ballot
"Joe Biden overwhelmingly winning a democratic presidential primary in Kansas the state party conducting exclusively by mail balloting because of the corona virus pandemic the former VP had been expected to prevail and get a majority of the state's delegates he captured seventy seven percent of yesterday's vote Vermont senator Bernie Sanders was still in the race with the Kansas party began mailing ballots at the end of
The Cities Are Dying
"Our L. Ryan? We're GONNA start with you because on Sunday or Vo's the poor state of Mississippi dealt with tornadoes that ravaged the state eleven people died as a result on top of having to deal with the pandemic so in terms of covert nineteen while the number of reported cases in Mississippi is lower than in places like New York and Michigan for example Detroit. It's still impacting communities of color very intensely. Yeah that's correct Maria And so even though. The state of Mississippi has relatively fewer cases in places like New York. We report last week that Mississippi actually has the highest rate of hospitalizations in the country. A lot of our cases Jackson of course in Hinds County is the epicenter. But you know we're seeing a lot of cases in places like the Mississippi Delta which are majority black and you know the impacts here are the same as we're seeing in places like Chicago Milwaukee where even though African Americans are not the majority of the overall population the majority of both cody cases and deaths are black so mississippi fifty six percent of all the the the cove in nineteen cases have been African Americans and in seventy two percent of all of all debts in so compounded on top of that Maria you talked about the tornadoes that we just experienced over the weekend. So you know we were telling people shelter at home and now people You know people have been displaced from their shelters and we're going to have to figure out like where do we actually house people? Actually the safety protocols that we would normally go through in a disaster like this. They won't be able to to happen as quickly. Because of the the cove protocols and so even our our overall numbers are low. I mean we're we're definitely seeing a disproportionate impact on places like Mississippi to have large black populations and communities with high concentrations of poverty. Thanks for that Ryan and then Detroit a city where we've talked about this in the thick we we had. Stephen Live a city where systemic racism and poverty. They have a long history. The pandemic has really taken a toll. Michigan as of now has the third most cases in the country and Detroit as one of the blackest and most segregated cities in the country is the epicenter of Michigan. Forty percent of the deaths have been black people. Jeez the only make up fourteen percent of the state's population. This is all according to the Michigan Disease Surveillance System and vital records. But then it's even more severe in Detroit Stephen. Right because the black population is seventy seven percent of Cova nineteen fatalities so steven. What's going on in Detroit and across your state? Yeah I mean for starters. It is just so sad. You're right now. It's really hard. I think to convey the depth of that emotion without without you being here to kind of feel it and see it. The city is is suffering is feels like the city is dying in in some very real ways because of the extent to which this is affecting us and of course. There are the familiar dynamics of systemic racism and systemic poverty. That have made it a lot easier for something like corona virus to affect people in our city very differently one of the most glaring examples I think is the the policy of water shut offs which yeah one of the worst ideas we've ever had here in the city of Detroit as a way to increase revenues to the water department. A few years ago they started again shutting off water to people who don't pay which means that a lot of people who don't have the ability to pay don't have freshwater in their houses and of course because poverty affects African Americans in a more profound way than it does other populations and because the city is so heavily African American. That means you have a lot of black people. Poor black people who didn't have access to water when this started. I think about what we're telling people you need to do to not get the corona virus. Wash your hands wash your hands. Wash your hands. Well if you don't have freshwater. Yep there's really no way to do that I could go on and on and on other examples of things that affect black people more right at make something like this more dangerous and it just it caught us. Flat-footed we we. We were not because of the way that we've dealt with these problems for our community for such a long time. We were not in a position to be able to toward this off to make sure that that a lot of people didn't get it. Also think of the ways in which poor people are not able to isolate this idea. Stay away from everybody. Don't go to the store. Don't go visit people at that. Looks really different when you are trying to to get by day to day and there are a Lotta people in this city who are and they have to do things they have to. They have to earn money. You or they have to go buy things at the store and they can you know. I go grocery shopping right now. I shopped for two or three weeks. Yeah not everybody's able to do that and an right so you just have of this mixture of of things that have made this wicked for Detroit. Yeah Stephen you say this is kind of revealing the ways in which we've dealt with these things in the past and then I think of my time in Detroit like deep in Detroit and I'm like the thing is is that it wasn't being dealt with before and what I mean it is that I mean abandoned communities poor communities where the poverty is staring you right in the face and there's the whole issue of you know if you don't see it it's not
Helping Underserved Patients Get the Quality Specialty Care They Need with Daren Anderson, Director at ConferMED
"I have the privilege of hosting Dr Darren Anderson. He's a director of confirm. Darren is a board certified general internist and has worked in safety net practices for his entire career. He's published articles in several peer reviewed medical journals including health affairs. The American Journal of Managed Care The Journal of Family Practice and the Journal of General Internal Medicine Doctor. Anderson obtained his undergraduate degree at Harvard College and his Medical Degree from Columbia University College of physician and surgeons. He's an outstanding contributor to the telehealth space. We've got a lot of things going on right now. Value-based cares one of those things. How do we deliver better on? Our healthcare dollar. Corona virus is something that's very live and and and a concern for many of our provider organizations and communities and so today we're going to touch on several of those things with Darren and also to learn more about what he and his company are doing to to add value to healthcare so Dr Anderson. Really appreciate you jumping on to join us today. Oh thank you. I really appreciate the chance to talk with you in the share. Some of the work we've been doing with your audience. Thanks a lot for the opportunity absolutely so tell us a little bit more about your journey and and what inspired your work in healthcare and in particular your focus on safety net practices yet will journey released her back in college. I was trying to figure out what I wanted to do with my lights. Give the short version. But I I became really inspired by more that I was reading By various authors talking about Underserved patients and their efforts to try to provide healthcare in safety practices. And I kind of decided early on that. I wanted to turn it for your that. Would allow me to to work in a medical in the safety net. So really went through my training with that. As a goal in after MED school did an internal medicine residency training and then went right into the National Health Service Corps where I was assigned to practice saw in a new Britain Connecticut Community Center. That's how he ended up in Connecticut which is to stay and you know. I started off working fulltime as a primary care doctor taken care of by an inner city population with a lot of a lot of complex problems. Most of my patients spoke Spanish in. I think early on even in my first year actes. I absolutely love taking care of patients but I was so struck even even having fun in knowing a little bit about What was going on in in Satanic Practices? I was struck by how inequitable the system was and healthcare. Quality is something that just greets you the minute you walk into an exam realized the opportunities that you may have right may have private insurance. The opportunities that are patients who have no insurance or perhaps Medicaid insurance don't have and so sort of starting charting career win. It took me more into the administrative research side of things looking to try to derive solutions to help reduce helping it make sure that patients regardless of where they were born what language they spoke or what insurance. They did or didn't have finding ways to make sure that they got the best health care that we provide in the US. I think that's That's wonderful baron. As we as we consider the topic of access and the challenges that surround that social determinants of health much of which were tackling. I think more seriously today in healthcare. I think this is a great opportunity for for us to to dive in a little bit. Deeper on on what you're doing at complimented Ellis. What it is that you guys are doing there to add value to the healthcare ecosystem. You know so one of the most striking and obvious disparities when you start practicing in in a federally house. Hendrick Community Health Center is when you need to send a patient. See a specialist so many may knowing your audience may know that there is a network of over twelve hundred community health centers across the country. They're called federally qualified health centers but they are independent nonprofit L. centers that are run by a board of directors that's majority controlled by patients in these clinics. Had been around for decades and really developing a strong effective primary care infrastructure. They were among the earliest without the. Hr's the SIM that I worked at. Has KIOSK CHECK INS integrated behavioral health? Many of the things that you would like in expect to see in the in the the best primary care clinic you could envision but it all comes to a screeching halt when you refer somebody or need to refer somebody actress in back in two thousand twelve when we first about the idea for what eventually became confirming. Mike Clinic was facing nine to twelve month. Wait minimum to get one of our Medicaid patients into be seen by the pitas dermatologists in pretty much. All of the specialties. Have at least some degree of a delay and this presents a real challenge for the primary care provider. You may have a pretty good idea of what you need to do. But you may not be sure you may need surgery. You may need a biopsy procedure but in any case off the only way to get answers to your questions or get a patient to have procedure disturb. Refer them into a specialty center and No unfortunately uninsured patients and and even those with Medicaid have great difficulty finding specialty care because the simple fact is reimbursement rates relatively low in many most specialists impact on limit or completely. Don't accept it. All patients without insurance or Medicaid and so forth that presented a really substantial challenge to us and that was that was the issue that we sought to address. Confirm it and that's a that's great so comes from a from a frustration that you had in your own practice and your patients not being able to get the care that they needed. I mean nine to twelve months. Wade is is really not acceptable. And so you dove in you. Roll up your sleeves. Tell us what confident does today? That's different than what's available today to solve on that specialist problem so I think we tested in the process that ultimately became for mid was designed and tested by me and my team of primary care providers nurses referral coordinators. And basically. What confirm it does is it allows the primary care provider to confer with a specialist virtually before they refer in a synchronous conferring dwell so died essentially it allows the primary care provider to send their question in some of the details about the case from the medical records to a special instant. They can get is on that console question rapidly and in no more than two days that most of our specialists on a within the same day. Seventy seven percent responded on the same day. The question was submitted. And they're able to put ice on that review the information that we submit and send back to that Primary Care Provider Advice Guidance. So basically what? We are as virtual network specialists around the country. That are on standby ready to answer. Questions in take a first look at all of the console requests that the primary care providers have in pretty much any specialty in his rebuilt out that network and developed really the understanding state by state of all the different types of Payments Environments. All the different types of practices. We continue to see that. A substantial percentage of the cases that get submitted to us in most specialties upwards of eighty percent. Don't need a face to face visit. It's not because it's inappropriate. Consult of the. Pcp made a mistake it simply because the nature of what the primary care provider is asking. The question that they have is one of the specialists answered by senior question reviewing the data and sending back in opinion and so what that does makes the system more efficient it allows those cases that can mean be maintained managed primary care same primary care. Unit allows those scarce resources that face to face visits to be allocated to patients who really need a procedure or hands on for some reason another and that's basically we met all that outdid series of studies in Connecticut. Utah in our health center to prove that it works that it was safe and what confirmed has done is take that scale and we're now providing that service to over one point three million patients across the country. That's fantastic congratulations on on the scaling of it To the point you've gotten it thus far Dr Anderson and and You know thinking through the the efficiency that this provides much of what we need in in healthcare is is the logistics and the efficiency. And and so you've created a nice fast lane to provide the care that's needed and eighty percent. Don't need that face to face visit and I think that's A great solution. So what's the cost than if somebody if it specialists is giving you a their idea or their analysis of the of the patient. What's the cost? The cost is way less than the cost of that specialised in their time in their overhead. Seeing the patient face to face meetings to think about it we batch leads. They're an inbox in the specialist and review them imaging patients evening in rattled off a significant number of them one after the other most e console responses. Take ten minutes out. There's arranged and we have. We have some units are averages tend to fifty minutes but if you think about it all they need is a laptop or whatever to do that office cost. There's no checking medical assistant. Any of the overhead costs the
Chelsea Handler mocked after incorrectly suggesting President Trump only pardoned white people
"Home it would Chelsea handler tweeted something out of course he's an idiot and which she said was dead wrong but you could at any way you can I tell the people from the place for all of doctor missing comedian Chelsea handler made a bold assumption after president either yeah I'm sorry the color yeah your name I'm not I'm never never get anything that she's done but I did left one time so they could picture but hello made a bold assumption after president Donald Trump granted clemency to let people on Tuesday suggesting her social media followers and notice what color all the criminals are the him herself appears not to have right past the headlines in the twittersphere was happy to lighten her as the fact there was quite a bit of diversity in the group of people who received either partner computation percent so the president earlier in the day and president trump issued pardons to seven individuals and commuted the sentences of four others on Tuesday and several of the more high profile even controversial at the media and turn highlighted the release of former Illinois governor rod Blagojevich and the pardons a former New York City Mick police commissioner Bernard Kerik financier Michael Milken and a former San Francisco forty Niners owner Eddie DeBartolo junior of all the notable names dominated the presses one critic accuse president trump of granting favors to crooks with his executive actions as CNN's Chris Cuomo tweeted president trump just pardoned only elites several outlets took the time to reveal all of the people who were soon either reunite with their families or have the records wiped clean thank the president evidently miss Taylor did not read any such coverage well our president exonerates criminals and releases them from jail notice what color they all are handler tweeted apparently ignored the fact the number of women of color were pardoned or freed thinks president trump's actions on Tuesday I've noticed a lot of them are black what you trying to say Chelsea replied conservative writer and media analyst mark dice a director and producer Robbie Starbuck took the time to educate him the further between pictures of three of the women impacted with the message Chelsea this is the anti Stanton tiny cell and crystal Yost over granted committed sentences or a full pardon heated eleven commutations or pardons today at eleven seven looked white account and whites account for seventy seven percent of the population your those are tweeting have Chelsea handler Chris Cuomo apologize for their feigned outrage after getting if you're getting it wrong our own troops we put at real dollar from here just of the mid season real dollar terms pardons and commutations do you think they've done that innocent
#OscarsSoWhite: An Oral History of the Movement That Upended Hollywood
"I'm Kim Masters and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Melanie of the Hollywood reporter and Matt had emmy. Awards are upon us of course and once again. We have a controversy controversy The so white movement started in two thousand fifteen that really shamed the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and sciences into trying to become more more diverse And here we are again with very poor representation of people of Color and women in various important categories so so the Hollywood reporter did something really. I think spectacular. They looked at the progress that has been made and hasn't been made in trying to diversify. I trying to represent the population of the country really in the Oscar. Nominations and awards right because over the past five years. The academy has been openly openly and aggressively recruiting inviting diverse. People or trying to and the question we asked was okay. So how is it working and the answer is it is working but the numbers are still very very depressing. If you're looking for a more inclusive academy for instance. The academy is still eighty. I four percent white. It is still sixty eight percent male. Those numbers are a lot better than they were. Seven years ago when the Academy was shockingly early ninety four percent white and seventy seven percent male. But it's still not very diverse electorate. Yeah I mean I think what was so. Striking was the conclusion of our colleagues Rebecca Keegan and A person who did data analytics for us. Benza Zimmer is they could keep going forever try at the program that they're on trying to reflect what the country's population is like but they started from such a place of Whiteness Whiteness. maleness that if they if they keep this up they will never get there right and it's interesting because when you look at the breakdown of the member that had been invited over the past five years. The numbers are actually pretty good. I mean fifty. Three percent of the actors invited over the past. Five years have been non on white forty eight percent of the directors invited over the past. Five years are non white however the numbers were so bad going into this that it really only. It's like putting a drop of food coloring in a bathtub of water. That's a good analogy. Also you know there are people sort of say. Well you know the best movies we should win and we should be colorblind. But when you're talking about people who see things from us. Generally speaking specific point of view whiteness maleness. Then that informs informs how material is received. You know that it doesn't necessarily read with Equality if you're looking from a specific cultural perspective and you know and I know Matt. Ah You know Hollywood is a club and people tend to be you know somewhat slow to put it mildly to expand the membership in the club beyond the academy. I think it's really interesting to read this piece. That is just running the New York Times where they talked to a bunch of filmmakers and individuals at the academy and various people most of them black lack of about the Oscarssowhite movement. And how it reads today and you really get a sense of how there was this moment where everything seemed so great for a year or two we know and but I thought it was really interesting for example that Berry Jenkins Who had the Oscar winning movie moonlight you know. He felt like if they hadn't made the efforts they made. Maybe nobody would have ever bothered even watching it in the academy and it wouldn't have shot so that was on the positive side and on the negative side is here we are again and we just ran what we call the brutally honest Oscar ballot which we do a series of where people are non. Asli talk about their choices. And you know you read what I read. Yeah I mean these are cringe-worthy sometimes this voter who is an older actress. Basically said that she thinks that the Oscars are in American thing and that an American directors. You should win so she was not going to vote for parasite which is a South Korean film. And that really shows that we can say you think the best movie should win except in some cases on less that's right and then maybe not thank you matt thank
Oscars still so white and so male
"I'm Kim Masters and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Melanie of the Hollywood reporter and Matt had emmy. Awards are upon us of course and once again. We have a controversy controversy The so white movement started in two thousand fifteen that really shamed the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and sciences into trying to become more more diverse And here we are again with very poor representation of people of Color and women in various important categories so so the Hollywood reporter did something really. I think spectacular. They looked at the progress that has been made and hasn't been made in trying to diversify. I trying to represent the population of the country really in the Oscar. Nominations and awards right because over the past five years. The academy has been openly openly and aggressively recruiting inviting diverse. People or trying to and the question we asked was okay. So how is it working and the answer is it is working but the numbers are still very very depressing. If you're looking for a more inclusive academy for instance. The academy is still eighty. I four percent white. It is still sixty eight percent male. Those numbers are a lot better than they were. Seven years ago when the Academy was shockingly early ninety four percent white and seventy seven percent male. But it's still not very diverse electorate. Yeah I mean I think what was so. Striking was the conclusion of our colleagues Rebecca Keegan and A person who did data analytics for us. Benza Zimmer is they could keep going forever try at the program that they're on trying to reflect what the country's population is like but they started from such a place of Whiteness Whiteness. maleness that if they if they keep this up they will never get there right and it's interesting because when you look at the breakdown of the member that had been invited over the past five years. The numbers are actually pretty good. I mean fifty. Three percent of the actors invited over the past. Five years have been non on white forty eight percent of the directors invited over the past. Five years are non white however the numbers were so bad going into this that it really only. It's like putting a drop of food coloring in a bathtub of water. That's a good analogy. Also you know there are people sort of say. Well you know the best movies we should win and we should be colorblind. But when you're talking about people who see things from us. Generally speaking specific point of view whiteness maleness. Then that informs informs how material is received. You know that it doesn't necessarily read with Equality if you're looking from a specific cultural perspective and you know and I know Matt. Ah You know Hollywood is a club and people tend to be you know somewhat slow to put it mildly to expand the membership in the club beyond the academy. I think it's really interesting to read this piece. That is just running the New York Times where they talked to a bunch of filmmakers and individuals at the academy and various people most of them black lack of about the Oscarssowhite movement. And how it reads today and you really get a sense of how there was this moment where everything seemed so great for a year or two we know and but I thought it was really interesting for example that Berry Jenkins Who had the Oscar winning movie moonlight you know. He felt like if they hadn't made the efforts they made. Maybe nobody would have ever bothered even watching it in the academy and it wouldn't have shot so that was on the positive side and on the negative side is here we are again and we just ran what we call the brutally honest Oscar ballot which we do a series of where people are non. Asli talk about their choices. And you know you read what I read. Yeah I mean these are cringe-worthy sometimes this voter who is an older actress. Basically said that she thinks that the Oscars are in American thing and that an American directors. You should win so she was not going to vote for parasite which is a South Korean film. And that really shows that we can say you think the best movie should win except in some cases on less that's right and then maybe not thank you matt thank you. That's Matt Bellamy editorial director of the Hollywood reporter. He joins me this Monday at one. Thirty on the business. I'm Kim Masters and this is the Hollywood breakdown.
77% of Independents Viewed Trump's SOTU Positively
"Seventy seven percent of independents who viewed president trump state of the union viewed it positively only eighteen percent but it was negative seventy seven to eighteen percent among persuaded balls stay the union address but here's something that's rather remarkable ninety four percent of Democrats were negative about the speech so obviously most Democrats cut out there the skinny branches these days aren't they get smaller and smaller that party that tennis got bigger and bigger uhhuh certain collapse on them because one greater than three quarters of independent saw something positive but ninety four percent of your party doesn't what does that tell you it illustrates just how narrow that party has become people devoid of reality blinded by hatred of the of the president and that's for dance exact most thought it was negative but eighty nine percent of Democrats viewed Nancy Pelosi state of the union sure he'd as positive hell miserable of a human being do you have to be to see Nancy Pelosi's act at the state of the union go yeah that was really good I'm sorry but if that's you you suck at
The Dark Side of Being a Millionaire! (The Truth About Being Wealthy)
"I think is so fun about the show? Brian is all the time we talk about. Happy uplifting positive generally optimistic people I think so. We always try to have a positive thing that we're sharing with our audience but this is a little bit different because we wanted to kind of talk about you know things are always rainbows and UNICORNS. Sometimes even there is a dark side to good things. That's that's kind of what we wanted to share in today's episode. It was one of those things because I know a lot of everybody. We have an entire society that is built upon. Get here do do this. When do this in your twenties? Then we'll look. We have our own series. We love our network by series. And it's supposed to give you the tools and techniques and things so you know what to focus on win but I do feel like there's also while we're giving these tools and sets and things that you should be looking at and focusing on there's industries out there that are trying to say say hey in your twenties live this way and look I told everybody pre show. I just came back from Las Vegas. I was shocked at how many watched shops ops luxury handbags belts and it hit me. I was like this is the game if br thirty two year old bronner thirty-three O'Brien wanted rolexes Alexis Brightlingsea tags now forty late forties Brian. This is like he's about as I was mad. That bring the charger to my my apple. Watch I mean because I just I think the steps recorded so it's just funny how there is a whole system out there in society pushing you on what you should try to be accomplishing how you should spend your money. We you want to help you avoid the dark path of void the pitfalls. And make sure that you're having a healthy relationship with money. I want to create a win win win win and what I mean by that is is that I want your friends and family to be happy with how you are with your relationship with money I want you you to be fulfilled with your relationship with money and then I want your community community benefit. Because you're making things better all around you so this can be a win win win situation. So let's jump into this because we broke this into all the different segments that you need to be mindful and then we put money got tips to make sure you navigate eight this well so the first one is money can ruin your relationships. I think this is one. This poll people. What's one of the downsides has to monitor the downside as well? I feel like most folks would come up with this one pretty quick because you kind of see horror stories of this and the news and with celebrities famous folks. It's no surprise that whenever there's money honey evolved and certainly whenever. There's a little bit of money or a lot of money. Things can get tenuous and stressful. We focused on. You know thinking about this. We're in show no prep. Yep We focused on significant others. You know relationships between couples but I will tell you one of the saddest things that I experienced as a financial planner is the residual zigic effective when families fight over money too. So it is. This is not just for couples. Money can mess up all types of relationships and we had a pretty shocking stat. That kind of kick this off. It was thirty. Five percent named finances is a is the primary troublespot with their partner. And I think that was one of the largest and and this was data from From a suntrust study I think that finances was one of the single largest cause of stress in a marriage relationship relationship or a spousal relationship and I thought it was because that one I made them put the word research because it looked like that was this Lod brought to you by Suntrust Bank. You know we which which kind of scared me? But it was a research study they had but then the Federal Reserve Board actually hit because the government is compiling data at all times. I thought this was interesting. Mismatches ashes. Between couples credit scores can be the biggest indicator one of the bigger indicators. That your your marriage or your relationship is headed for a tough spot easily within the first five years now that one I always found that really interests when we're talking about that because that's not something I immediately think of whenever I'm talking to like have friends getting married talking to clients. We're thinking about getting married. I never really asked him the question. Hey have have you done a comparison of your credit scores. This is not something but it is interesting. If you think about behavior Laden it probably ably does tell you a lot about the behaviors and actions of the person that you're gonNA join this long term commitment reason your insurance company basis a lot lot off of your credit score so it is one of the things that I thought was interesting when when I was doing data research for the show divorce but we talk about all the time. That the quickest way to lose half of your net worth is go get divorced but there's actually now this is this has got a little edge to it because this is from the mid to thousands around December of two thousand five there was a study from marriage and divorces impact on wealth. This doesn't say fifty percent. What did it say? The actual wealth impact says the average wealth trump is actually seventy seven percent as a result of divorce. So attorneys must be expensive record. Not only pay. which have left is just not a a wonderful wonderful endeavor? If you're thinking about wealth building this is the exact opposite of that so you just WanNa make sure that as you build resources wealth you understand how it can affect relationships. So let's talk about how you can ensure these. The money got tips to get you through all these issues. The first one is I want you to control and focus your inner voice now. Look you're like what the heck is he talking about. We all do it. You're not a Weirdo that you have something that goes on. You're constantly talking to yourself itself. At least I hope you are. That are either. You're the only one on hoping that most of you guys talk to yourself a lot more than you even probably we realize that we talk about the invisible hand of success mall the time on shows that you gotta wake up that invisible hand to get you from destination A.. Hey to be embiid is where you want to be in literally. So it's one of those things that that inner voice is so much more powerful at works with money at works with your success in your career. It definitely works in relationship so you have to focus on what that inner voice to say. One of the greatest piece of advice is one of the greatest pieces of advice vice. You ever gave me a brown. You gave this to me when I first got married and I was talking to you about because when you get married it's just unique figuring out how to live and work with someone else and you said here's what's really interesting about inner voice. We are our inner voice. All has a predisposition it's either inherently negative or inherently positive and. Sometimes you don't get to control where it starts which you do get to controls where it finishes and you can actually control troll. What the inner voice in your head saying I think when you refrained me to realize that it was a game changer that I could actually control what that voice was saying? Those those voices that you're whispering into your own head are more powerful than you realize so. Give them credit give them respect make it positive number two. You've got to find balance. I I know whenever I see the word balance when somebody especially because it makes me think of everybody's saying work life balance you know it's so touchy feely. And it's not really because I'm an analytical thinker on things but it really is embo. You said this don't prioritize career advancement for yourself over relationship building. What did you mean by that? A lot of folks they will go try to conquer the next mountain. Try to conquer the next. He'll try to go achieve success. Go do the next thing. Not Realizing the collateral damage that relationships whether it's significant others family children. Whoever it may be that they're leaving in the wakes he just had to be careful that getting the top of the mountain doesn't force you to sacrifice all the people that are along the journey with
Democratic race in Iowa heats up as caucus approaches
"Eight days to the Iowa caucuses as candidates continue to campaign the latest polls reflecting a shifting race more from ABC Chuck secrets of former vice president Joe Biden stays atop nationally for the twenty twenty democratic presidential nomination in the latest ABC news Washington post poll senator Bernie Sanders is a close second senator Elizabeth Warren drops a little then come new arrivals Mike Bloomberg Andrew Yang seventy seven percent of Democrats and democratic leaning independents nationally say they're satisfied with the choice of candidates the poll bilang research was done last Monday through Thursday about a thousand adults numbers could be off three and a half percent plus or
The Return of
"Welcome to the frame. I'm John Horn. It's Academy award the nominations mornings so we're out in the field when the lowest feelers bureau of the New York Times with a carpet bagger Kaya can kyle. I brought a Muffin. Thanks for having us over where this morning. Yes I'm eagerly consuming that Muffin. I need all of a sudden it's like can get after. Today's crack of Dawn Oscar. Nominations we have both been up since very early this morning. And even though I think we're still relatively awake and conscious I still think these nominations don't make a lot of sense. So where do you WANNA start. Let's talk about the movies that didn't get any love. I was shocked that the farewell did not make it into the best picture race. And that no actors from the farewell or parasite or nominated. Yeah I loved the farewell which came out this past summer. I would've loved to see Aquafina or Josh Suzanne who plays her grandmother in that movie get in unfortunately. Yeah Yeah it just missed out on everything. Eight twenty four which distributed the farewell to very hip indies studio. But they haven't shown an ability to get any of their summer movies ever into the Oscar race in a major way. They had the same problem with eighth grade and first reformed last year and now the farewell. Meanwhile though you've got neon a sort of comparable tae twenty four which parasite six Oscar nominations no in parasite. It is not only nominated for best picture. It's also up for best international feature and best director for June Ho if it wins the best picture prize and and I gotta say it has a shot. It will become the first foreign language movie to win that top prize. But let's look a little bit more closely at who didn't make the cut so bond Jun Mojo was nominated for director. Greta Gerwig wasn't and Todd Phillips was for joker. Joker had the most nominations with eleven. How do we start to talk? Talk about joker. Well I don't know I feel like we will never stop talking about jokers thing I it's been that sort of movie since the beginning running since it was announced since people got with its themes and especially since it became a billion dollar grosser at the box office which is crazy for a movie. Yes is about a famous comic book character but it doesn't have action scenes. It's Graham it's upsetting and now it's a best picture and best director nominee is. Is it going to win those awards. I don't think so. Maybe I'm protecting myself from thinking so I do think though that Joaquin Phoenix is near lock for best actor one of the first acting. Nominations that was announced. This morning was for best supporting actress. Kathy Bates in Richard Jewel. I don't think anybody saw that nomination coming. And it did seem to suggest what was going to happen for the next nineteen acting nominees and that is only one one person of color. Cynthia Repo played. Harriet Tubman was going to get a nomination. Yes initiate to Kathy Bates but the fact that she made it in and Jennifer Lopez didn't for Haas players. I think that's one of the big stories of this morning. I personally love Hustler's I thought Jennifer Lopez was giving fantastic robust movie star performance. It's in that film for some reason. While for a couple of reasons it just did not seem to catch on as far as that award season reconceptualise ation that needs to happen. When you've got a a big hit and then you want to prove that you more than just a hit the academy with the exception of little women? This year were turned an awfully cold shoulder to female ensembles and female all directors for that matter. There's there's quite a few nominated in best documentary but almost nowhere else including the big best director category. I just it. It bothers me that I feel like stories that are made by women that star women are not afforded. The same sort of canonical. Wait we so easily give similar stories about men. We're talking with cow Buchanan from the New York Times about today's Oscar nominations when I was at the La Times before I came to KPCC along with a team of reporters spent a year investigating the membership of the academy. At that time we found that it was ninety. Four percent percents Caucasian. The median age was sixty two. It was seventy-seven percent male in the years. Since and certainly on the heels of the Hashtag Egg Oscarssowhite the academy has gone to incredible steps to try to diversify its membership but the academy like the Mafia. You're in for life life. Do you think the voting today really represents that older demographic in the kind of reluctance to embrace anything outside of parasite that feels like a modern movie. Well I think that's the thing about the Oscars and that's the reason we keep talking about it. Every year they make steps forward they make steps backward record. It is a big organization several thousand people so as much as you diversify it. There will be diverse opinions. You know last year. We had add Oscar history with them like Black Panther where it won best costume design best production design first time. A black woman had one those things you also had green book win which many consider to be sort of a retrograde racial issues claptrap. I think the academy is big enough to to be able to stay in both of those points of view and it's worth noting that the academy doesn't really run the business in any way it is only recognizing the movies that we're getting made and the jobs that are being given by people who run Hollywood today. La Mayor Eric. Garcetti unveiled an initiative to try to promote lat next talent he hopes up to double Latino Representation in Hollywood by twenty thirty. But what is it gonNA take for the industry to start making more diverse film so that the Oscars can recognize more verse films while the Oscars don't make movies but they affect the movies that get made and I think it's important to talk about that because this is sort of a cycle where all of these things feed each other movies that are greenland movies that are cast with certain people were made by certain people. They're made that way often. And because of what we are told important by the Oscars as much as the Oscars sort of say. Well we can only do so much given the films that Hollywood gives us. The Hollywood gave them plenty of amazing films. This year that were sort of disregarded out of hand I think because we don't again ascribe the same wait to certain stories. Outside of white men doing violent dramatic weighty things Kyle Buchanan is the carpet Arpey bagger The New York Times Kyle. Thanks for having us over to the Los Villas Bureau of the New York Times. I'm glad you guys could come up next on the frame we hear from Oscar nominee. Cynthia revox Vivo and Renee Zellweger. Welcome back to the frame. I'm John Horn British actress. Cynthia Revox is an academy award nominee for her performance in Harry and she's the only person of color among this this year. Twenty acting nominees. The movie directed and Co Written by Casey Lemons tells the story of how Harriet Tubman escaped from slavery and became a heroic. ROIC abolitionist when I spoke with a revox about playing tubman. I asked her how shooting in Virginia. During a cold autumn helped her get into character. It was sort of imperative for me to try and do as much as I possibly could as authentically as could do it so I opted out of the wetsuit opted out of any like extra extra warming things was doing the activities just because I didn't want to I don't want to feel comfortable really I I liked the uncomfortable of the of the work that I was doing. Because I felt like it made me I guess it gave me the space to be more connected to her connected to what what she may have gone through So that the reaction was genuine and felt real. So yeah I do. I do think it really helps in doing these. Actions to to be connected connected to the
Newsday Flu cases rise in New York ahead of peak season
"The flu is moving furiously through New York even though it's early we on are now officially in flu season state department of health officials announced a seventy seven percent increase in flu cases this week over last week there once again urging folks to get their flu shot as soon as possible there have been just under two thousand deaths around the country so far this year attributed
"seventy seven percent" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Morning seventy seven percent humidity we got a flood watch going up at two o'clock this afternoon with heavy thunderstorms today it's nine oh three we're also gonna wait find out today what happens to el Chapo the most notorious drug kingpin ever he'll be sentenced today in New York City in Brooklyn federal court expected to get a life sentence will he speak in court let's go to W. CBS reporter Marla diamond in Brooklyn L. chopper reportedly wanted to speak at his trial but his lawyers advised against it it's unknown if he'll address the judge today a life sentence is mandatory say prosecutors after the jury found him guilty in February of using a machine gun in connection with drug trafficking crimes the government is also looking to see is twelve point six billion dollars in assets from the world's most notorious drug lord who is being held in solitary confinement twenty three hours a day at Manhattan's metropolitan correctional center with nearly no access to visitors goes mom will serve his sentence at the supermax prison in Colorado where escape according to his attorney will be impossible at least one of his victims is expected to address the court a woman who narrowly escaped a hit orchestrated by goes Mons ruthless Sinaloa drug cartel at Brooklyn federal court Marla diamond WCBS newsradio eight eighty nine oh five W. C. B. S. this fifth anniversary of a deadly sidewalk encounter on Staten Island will be mark today with protest Eric garner's family members are expected to take part on the day after the fed so they would not bring charges against New York police officer Daniel Pantaleo garner's mother Gwenn Carr speaking on CBS this morning well look like the offices all of them that day standing accountable for what they did to my son that day she is calling for the city in the NYPD the fire officer Pantaleo protesters are expected Foley square lower Manhattan around four PM also the B. on Staten Island for six o'clock rally the FBI says the bombs that were sent to trump critics and media organizations would not have worked anyway January findings were filed yesterday as sentencing approaches for Cesar say aki is the one who played guilty to sending those through the mail federal law enforcement didn't determine that the devices were faulty by design or they were just badly built see our faces up to life in prison when a sentence in September of the gun laws in New Jersey are tough and they just got tighter thanks to a signature from the governor here's Peter Haskell the new law signed by governor Merv here designed to make New Jersey and save her we all take great pride in having some of the toughest gun laws in the country we see the results of that by having among the lowest rates of gun related deaths in the entire nation one bill calls for a recon retailer to eventually sell at least one smart gun guns that can be only fired by their rightful unlicensed owner in addition there were new criminal convictions that would prohibit someone from legally buying a gun Murphy would also like to see any nations hell's tracked and reported to state police that bill is still pending Peter Haskell WCBS newsradio one eighty eighty W. CBS news time nine oh six Nora o'donnell at CBS news what makes our reporting stand out these context depth and analysis join me weeknights at six thirty for the CBS evening news listen for.
"seventy seven percent" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
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"seventy seven percent" Discussed on 600 WREC
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"seventy seven percent" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Sunrise yet this morning? It's getting brighter. But there's no Sunday, you gotta you. Gotta find it. It's amazing. I'll have I'll have a live shot coming up here on the newscasts here in just a second. We've got clouds to the south beautiful vibrant sunrise for a lot of people, but temperatures are going up in the mid seventies today, beautiful cool even this morning. The rain will come in the afternoon, especially after two pm and then pretty much throughout the rest of the day, the evening. We'll see scattered showers and thunderstorms in an isolated stronger storm cannot be ruled out the Mike, if you get into the catch Mark freakout factor this, this is probably about as low as against well. Tomorrow's is kind of a messy day, right shower storms. What's the high sixty seven ES sixty seven I don't think we're going to see any thunderstorms. We're in a northwest flow. There's not a lot of instability, this should just be rain, but cooler in unusual we'll have northwest wins at ten to fifteen miles per hour. And again, a high sixty seven is off. We should see highs in the low eighties. We're back to sun, high of seventy five Saturday. We're back closer to the eighty degree Mark. And does the bulk of Saturday will be dry that rain chance will come in and so late in the day, what about the all important Father's Day ever. All is out there just like the mamas. We're going to order up some rain for your your lungs. Stop. It's the mother's dealt with it. You will do it to we'll do. All right. We got you. We will touch base later on already use in four seven hundred wwl, w there's no turning chairs. No, save rounds and no snarky British guys. But if you're up for a fierce challenge you can earn a spot working at iheartmedia. The country's largest multimedia and marketing company to come rock with us. DC dot com. Seventy seven percent of rural counties, lack sufficient primary healthcare, Blue Cross Blue shield is working to fill that gap. I placing former military medics and communities improving access for the health of America, the Blue Cross Blue shield association is an association of independent locally operated Blue Cross and Blue Shield companies. He and roofing. Fonda heart has been walking on Cincinnati rooster over twenty years. Calvados today to four to eleven ten for your fireplace masonry and roofing, needs or online at von, har- dot com. Their services over the top vonda, har- dot com. Twenty five percent leading the way at Swinney Chevrolet. It's our twenty eighteen crews Malibu south up to twenty five percent at Jake Swinney Chevrolet. You'll find new roads today. Star medicated. Ointment works fast relieve the pain in each of almost any skin irritation. It's amazing..
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"seventy seven percent" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
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"seventy seven percent" Discussed on KNSS
"Seventy seven percent of all crimes are property crimes. Three out of four homes are going to be broken into within the next twenty years. And if you're a rental, you're in a rental, you are the most vulnerable. Now, what do you do live in fear? You worry about it where you just get simply safe. There's all kinds of these gadgets at I watch my front door will that's great. And unless you're watching your front door and the burglar comes through your front door. Not going to happen, except you'd be like, oh, I wish I was watching my front door when he came in or that my front door was actually a phone call police simply safe has put it all together. Simply safe the latest technology. It's really truly unbelievable. What you can do now with this technology. You can you can actually tell the UPS guy. I'm going to open up the door for a second. You're at work. You'll see him at the front door. I'm going to open up the door and turn off the alarm just put the package inside. You can you can open the door turn off the alarm. Let him put the package inside. Watch him leave Cologne have him close the door. You lock it back up and set the alarm, can you lock them inside and creep him out. Sudden that would be fun. They shouldn't bet that feature too. Well, I don't think that enforce them to eat horsemeat. It's simply safe Beck. Simply safe Beck dot com. You get a ten percent discount. They also if somebody breaks in they can verify that there is somebody in the house because the camera's which will give you priority.
"seventy seven percent" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Seventy seven percent of all crimes are property crimes. Three out of four homes are going to be broken into within the next twenty years. And if you're a rental in a rental, you are the most vulnerable now, what do you do live in fear worry about it or you just get simply safe? There's all kinds of these gadgets that I can watch my front door will that's great. And unless you're watching your front door and the burglar comes through your front door. Not going to happen, except you'll be like, oh, I wish I was watching my front door when he came in or that my front door was actually a phone call police simply safe as put it all together. Simply safe the latest technology. It's really truly unbelievable. What you can do now with this technology. You can you can actually tell the UPS guy. I'm going to open up the door for a second. You're at work. You'll see him at the front door. I'm to open up the door and turn off the alarm just put the package inside. You can you can open the door turn off the alarm. Let him put the package inside. Watch him leave Cologne have him close the door. You lock it back up and set the alarm, can you lock them inside and creep him out. All of a sudden that would be fun. They shouldn't bet that feature too. Well, I don't think that enforce them to eat horsemeat is that it's simply safe Beck. Simplysafebeck dot com. You get a ten percent discount. They also if somebody breaks in they can verify that there is somebody in the house because the camera's which will give you priority service at the police station. This makes the world of difference. It's the best of the industry. Simply safe Beck dot com. That's simply safe Belk dot com..
"seventy seven percent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Seventy seven percent of all crimes are property crimes. Three out of four homes are going to be broken into within the next twenty years. And if you're a rental, you're in a rental, you are the most vulnerable now, what do you do live in fear worry about it where you just get simply safe? There's all kinds of these gadgets at watch my front door will that's great. And unless you're watching your front door and the burglar comes through your front door. None is going to happen, except you'd be like, oh, I wish I was watching my front door when he came in or that my front door was actually a phone call police simply safe put it all together, simply safe. If the latest technology, it's really truly unbelievable what you can do now with this technology. You can you can actually tell the UPS guy. I'm going to open up the door for a second your work. You'll see him at the front door. I'm going to open up the door and turn off the alarm just put the package inside. You can you can open the door turn off the alarm let him but the package inside watch him. Leave cl- have him close the door. You lock it back up and set the alarm, can you lock them inside and creep him out. All of a sudden that would be fun. They shouldn't bet that feature too. Well, I don't think that enforce them to eat horsemeat is that it's simply safe back. Simplysafebeck dot com. You get a ten percent discount. They also if somebody breaks in they can verify that there is somebody in the house because the camera's which will give you.
"seventy seven percent" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Seventy seven percent of all crimes are property crimes. Three out of four homes are going to be broken into within the next twenty years. And if you're a rental, you're in a rental, you are the most vulnerable now, what do you do live in fear? You worry about it where you just get simply safe. There's these all kinds of these gadgets at I watch my front door will that's great. And unless you're watching your front door and the burglar comes through your front door. Another is going to happen, except you'll be like, oh, I wish I was watching my front door when he came in or that my front door was actually a phone that called police simply save as put it all together. Simply safe the latest technology. It's really truly unbelievable. What you can do now with this technology. You can you can actually tell the UPS guy. I'm going to open up the door for a second. You you're at work. You'll see him at the front door. I'm going to open up the door and turn off the alarm just put the package inside. You can you can open the door turn off the alarm, let him but the package inside. Watch him leave Cologne have him close the door. You lock it back up and set the alarm, can you lock them inside and creep him out. All of a sudden that would be fun. They shouldn't bet that feature too. Well, I don't think that enforce them to eat horsemeat. Is that it's simply safe back. Simplisafe Beck dot com. You get a ten percent discount. They also if somebody breaks in they can verify that there is somebody in the house because the camera's which will give you priority service at the police station. This makes the world of difference. It's the best of the industry. Simplisafe Beck dot com. That's simply safe Belk dot.
"seventy seven percent" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
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"seventy seven percent" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Seventy seven percent of the vote is white. And if you just want to count seventy seven percent of the vote. You may have to worry about that. If you're a minority, whereas as it is minorities live in certain states, and they get a big vote out of New York, California, maybe Illinois because the Chicago they will be nothing if you don't have electoral votes, they don't think about that. But minority people say Jewish people have even less important than they do when they voted in New York where they at least can affect thirty electoral votes, or whatever it is. Right. But you're talking about the voting public is roughly seventy eight percent white on an average even today. They can talk about we're Browning and everything in the country. But or the fact that the Hispanic population that's actually surpassing the the black population. That is true. And I don't know why blacks are so stupid. With white. They are differences, but they have a common history with not with these illegal undocumented people. They're stupid. They they they're more white in terms of their way of living in things that influence them from illegal undocumented workers than they are with those people why they support that is crazy. And and they're just making themselves less significant in these full campaign people they have running for office. They never challenged with that. And they they obviously know don't ever bring it up. But it's a secret is minorities would be hurt by eliminating electoral college. And it'll never happen. Thinking much ado about nothing, right. One vote and one on one vote from one state legislator. Day in the state of Nebraska. It doesn't matter what they do in in in sufficient number of states to pass it if if that person votes, no. It. And then they can't even bring it up for years. So I think it's smoke mostly. And I don't think things like happen. If people first of all I taught high school kids for years, they always tend to think he only histories the last four years. And and and young people base their even taught that crap in college and all these days, I think they they don't have any knowledge of any history at all I used to brain beat them into electoral college and things like that. And what went on at the constitutional convention and so on. Lot of hated it. But they they had to do it. I don't I wouldn't even wanna teach today with people. But. It isn't like never taught. But I'd say drive and talk for twenty years. I think it is because of me, but I think roughly in that time period a lot of that stuff's gone by the board. And it's a shame because it's it's fun. We used to do all kinds of things about possibilities of what is the fewest number of and buddy could win and win the election. Of course, it changes because of the census all these other things that electoral college is not Greek or Latin or physics. It's pretty simple stuff when you come right down to it. And it is generally Representative. It's like that guy was saying look at the county. I mean, if you if you wanted to New York and LA and San Francisco and Chicago and Atlanta to run the country. Then have you know, but that wouldn't last long. That's a sure route to chaos. And possibly civil war would think you're probably right there. Thank you so much for the call Robert is fifteen before the hour, and it's eight eight eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty five back into on ATN bluecross blueshield.
"seventy seven percent" Discussed on Jesus and Jollof
"'cause my line is all I had it popped in my head, but it's not that no more. His God, it's people get to see like I want them to see us in our downtime. In our this is not us at events because real like. Like legitimately, I used to say like your, I hope when I gotta do like he sees me without making a first because that's what he's probably going get. No, not probably. Why like ours as seventy seven percent of the time. Mine is more like ninety six and he got like like that. Yeah, and because it's like people don't get it like you son the grand, but a worse is the most frustrating. I remember after season one, we weren't even nominated for everything like it was just like, but it was like the first time we really did award season. We went to a lot of them girl. I hit each acid. Are you. Exactly. Like if you go to sleep one day and then here on the set hair makeup half the come four hours before the o. it takes two hours to do it. Then you have to get to the carpet, at least an hour and a half to two hours before. So if event starts at five, your day is actually starting at noon, and if you got home at like one AM from the last event, you're waking up at nine. You have enough time to like eat and then hair and then like your day starting. Yeah. So it's just like we did that back to back for a full week. I was. I was like, I was really luxurious and people think, oh my gosh, accessible jurors. Y'all like the stuff that we don't pose like the times that you're exhausted like where you when I was, I went to Egypt for to speak at a conference, and I landed on Egypt's late. It was it was like four o'clock in the morning were like we have a speakers dinner at six pm yard. You couldn't get out of bed. I was so jet lagged that I could not get out. Out of bed to make it to the speakers dinner. And I was like, I am in Egypt and all I'm saying, tell room walls because I have lost the ability to walk like, I just need to sleep, Kansas, and the other fine print text messages. Oh God, they overwhelming. I'm telling you right now. Like I promise you. This is not an episode where we're complaining grief only that you all will make it will be on the other side of this exists. You're currently designed to be on right now. So this is out right now. This there therapy session, this message, six months, two years. I don't know how to hit whenever you hit just plays and then just send us Email, hey, with. Because your life people, our look at my phone AB like one hundred sixty unrig messages. The problem would respond you like hockey. You have someone clothing, your life. The problem responding. Is that y'all right pack. You re you clear out the one sixty and I look at my phone. I got it down to three because the rest of these are Android that I like. I know that if I reside disrespectful disrespectful on the air and it can't go because I'm literally on my inbox in the in the play with wifi. I can't re. I can't read this and send it to you because you're not gonna get it because I'm on I message. So it's like I cleared out. I'm like, Ooh, I proud Prada myself. One hundred sixty messages gone boom. The next day onto eighty five because you wanted to respond respond. You you sent me a open on calls message? Yes, me too. I send you over close between. Let's be clear opening is not a yes, no, quick Adler nuts. A open question of like, tell me about your day. No, it say, are you going to be there? Three o'clock? Yes. No? Okay. Open close. You think I've opened the door for competition? Yeah, I have not. Because if you respond. Yvonne has changed. She. He's funny accent somehow don't somehow me way anyway..
"seventy seven percent" Discussed on First Things First
"Of the system we could say l bell is the product of having been rothlisberger antonio brown because dangelo liens and twelve times him filling in at a two million dollar salary which is a little bit above the the veteran minimum they were seventy seven percent of the productivity that they got what l belt they got from aging worn out running back so when you talk about trying to sign a guy longterm running back we've had too many examples of where they have been able to budget and spent lot less money and almost got the same productivity that exactly that that right there is an actual thing that happened but that just anecdotally is the biggest problem for running backs getting paid is the belief not that we can find another l bell we can find another zeke but that we can find seventy five percent of the production for twenty percent of the scene the lamps twenty years guys not drafted guys free agent six round pigs we have seen them come in the nfl and be stars immediately we have seen that when you're star running back leaves your team we don't see the drop all that's the reason for the salaries also the shorter careers and the injuries how big of a deal is it when a guy a big player like lady i'm bell doesn't show up to training camp i know this is what the steelers do it wouldn't be normal steelers off season if they didn't have some sort of odd distraction or facebook posting or training camp holdout but does it affect to the rhythm of the offense is affect what they're doing does it affect i mean how it creates opportunity for another player you know the guy's not there he doesn't have a contract doesn't infect environment because we know only the guys signed are going to be here compared to guys signed the being here in a guy not working we know if everyone's there everyone's going to be working and it presents another opportunity for someone to build a make an impression on the pittsburgh steelers or showing the preseason that they're worthy of make an nfl rosser with they might not make pittsburgh steelers but they could show well and make a team he's not gonna have to play catchup in any regard he's not gonna have he will an endurance standpoint he will from a getting in football the right not the same offense he'll be out some new rinkers you cannot get in the type of football shape so that's the only catching up bit he's going to do.
"seventy seven percent" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Freer ruiz's that's not it and so the notion the notion of free markets has been so warped and so distorted in these united states in these capitalistic crony capitalism corporate criminal crony capitalistic times they're selling this stuff to was his capitalism it's not it's oligopoly it's what putin got going out there in russia this economy our economy has been transformed into the same thing we've got a few companies dominating sector right jamie diamond and banks we're talking about chase chase let's talk about chase again jp morgan chase and remember those were not always bank concentration andrew ross sorkin who wrote a 'toobigtofail right right after the bush thing happen andrew ross sorkin his nazi embassy new noor times meat is a major dude andrew ross sorkin noted that at the time of his book was a 2011 2010 2011 ten banks controlled seventy seven percent of the assets on deposits now when ten banks control more than threequarters of the marketplace that's not a free market if i want to start a bank right how what's my barrier to entry to try and compete against jp morgan j o it's impossible so what we have or you know the cell phone industry right yes four giant companies tmobile at t so on so worth why you've got a few companies in each sector that dominate and control and basically squeeze the consumer so when you get a situation like that the companies that control their sector of the economy they start to get really lazy and they start to really feel good about themselves because things are stable is only a few companies they've got control of the market there's nobody coming into 'cause many trouble the future looks bright we've got low taxes donald trump the nerves getting rid of the regulation life is good.
"seventy seven percent" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates
"Today it is now seventy seven percent now those numbers could improve but guess what they were done without paying a single die of pay for play you've heard from the opposition fair value of college athlete so you will how 'bout focusing on value we education fairly for people of color particularly black athletes education is resistance what better going to agree to help you prepare and resist the ravages of racism in a world that essentially as hostile to you because of the color of your skin it's time we've you'd pay for play as a sarcastic deterrent and pay off to deter that type of resistance the corruption and college sports than we probably will touch on has its roots fueled by money but rather than destroy those routes for played deepens them every ill that has been mentioned and we'll be mention by the proponents have pay for play can be cured by controlling spending continued academic reform and assuring that directs commercial success in yours to the benefit of the college athlete first and foremost their health safety and welfare not by substituting a fix in amounts that probably will have less impact than an earned agree on the lives of these athletes and for that reason i urge you guys to vote no on this proposition thank you leno mark i'm john dunn van round one of this intelligence squared you estimate continues in just a moment andrew reminder of where we are we are halfway through the opening round of this intelligence squared us debate i'm john done then we have four debaters two teams of two debating this motion pay college athletes you've heard the first two opening statements a now onto the third here is jonas sarah he is bloomberg view columnist and co author of indentured the inside story of the rebellion against the nc aa ladies and gentleman jono sarah.