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"shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:56 min | 3 weeks ago

"shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"And weather together every ten minutes on kcbs. News time, two 40 overnight temperatures are dipping down into the upper 30s and 40s in San Francisco, kcbs as market shafer reports efforts continue to get people off the streets and into shelters and supportive housing. Science of council and the environment is going to be the only local government representative. Sherwood says Sonoma has made great strides

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"shafer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:03 min | 3 weeks ago

"shafer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Voter fraud. Wendy Rogers, the Arizona senator, I mentioned earlier, she introduced a bill that would create a $5 million law enforcement agency. Dedicated to, you guessed it, election crimes. There was an almost identical bill to the one that passed in Florida. Now keep in mind, Arizona already has an election's integrity unit in the attorney general's office. The bill that senator Rogers introduced this time around. But she's up for reelection in November, and she's broken state fundraising records. She's just shattered them. So I don't think we've seen the end of that bill. And it sounds like we haven't seen the end of a lot of these bills. Right. This is much bigger than Arizona. And with the November election around the corner, there's no doubt we're going to see many of these new laws tested. SA, thanks so much for coming on. Yeah, thank you for having me. It's been really nice to share the reporting. That was reveals SA oldu messe. Not a hamdan produce a story with additional reporting from Cassandra mio and Jessica pisco. You can read essays full story and see our database of election crimes, legislation, at reveal news dot org. Free and fair elections are supposed to be about the voters choosing their politicians. But what happens when politicians get to pick their voters? It was now possible to thwart an election completely by rigging the maps. That's next on reveal. On new sounds, we end each day by listening to the music that people make all over the world, whether it's for singing. Or dancing? We're just clearing a space. I'm John shafer, joined me tonight at 11 on 93.9 FM or

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"shafer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | Last month

"shafer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Right now, John shafer has today's giggler. When composer Ingram Marshall died back in June, American music lost a pioneer in the use of tape technology and then digital delays in contemporary music. His works often incorporated post minimalism ambient electronics and echoes of Indonesian gamelan music, along with the occasional nod to Beethoven or sibelius. Many of his pieces had a dark nocturnal aspect, which led to the use of this piece, fog tropes in the Martin Scorsese film Shutter Island. That's fog tropes by Ingram Marshall, some of Ingram's musical friends gathered to perform this and other works of his in a memorial concert tomorrow night in the green space. I hope you'll join me, you can get details and tickets at new sounds dot org. Please 6 clear out there right now even colder in outlying areas are forecast for today's sunny and slightly warmer than yesterday up to 58. Gusty as well and then tonight mostly clear

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"shafer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:40 min | 3 months ago

"shafer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Actually choosing to be here is different than being sent here. The need for ambulance crews and medics is expected to rise in the coming weeks as Ukrainian troops in the south pushed toward the Russian occupied city of her son. Brian Mann and PR news. This is NPR news. That's 7 43. It's morning edition on WNYC and Mike will hill today on Brian lair show Listeners in their 70s and 80s share their top policy concerns ahead of the midterm elections and next Tuesday's primary. Plus, the latest on the drought conditions here and what we can, what we can, or should do about it, tune in this morning at ten to find out. On 93.9 FM, AMA 20 or live stream at a WNYC dot org. Right now, John shafer has today's giggler. Justin hicks sings and composes, but to call him a singer, or even a composer, seems to miss the mark. Hicks is a sound artist who often works with installations, and employs storytelling as his primary means of communication. His new project outside uses stories and images from hikes that he took through the city and beyond to create what he describes as a quote music performance using song to reflect on the ways urbanites encounter nature.

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"shafer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 5 months ago

"shafer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Right now John shafer has today's giggler The a's is a new duo comprised of two old friends A merely a myth of the folk electronic band sylvan esso and Alexandra sasser monic they're both members of the folk trio mountain man but now as the as Amelia and Alexandra are about to release an album full of old ballads lullabies and surprises like this first single It's a cover of he needs me written by the hit maker Harry nilsson and originally sung by Shelley Duvall in the 1980 movie Popeye Their version is somehow weird whimsical and sincere all at once He needs me he needs me that's the a's with he needs me That song is part of our weekly music roundup You can watch the gently goofy video and see the rest of the roundup at new sounds dot org I'll take a chance I will be cozy to me and we need some sunshine don't we And I'm seeing some of it out there now amid the clouds 70 in the big city partly sunny with a high near 82 today and then tonight mostly clear and cool 67 Tomorrow back up to the low 80s under sunshine.

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"shafer" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:34 min | 10 months ago

"shafer" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I'm missing it's not that Now let's see I don't think it's I don't think it's obviously it's not Beverly schaefer It was only a couple Yeah Okay that's Beverly shafer All right so that was 1965 on wonderful Okay and my girl was 65 right there Yeah so let's see who wrote these things Well yeah it's just like every time I listen to selfish one the big Jackie Ross record the intro of that obviously let me pull that up and you'll know what it is I'll play it for you and you'll instantly know what it goes into And I got to figure it's intentional because they have absolutely nothing I guess I can't pick these things I guess I need to spell Wait a minute No connection Yeah that's the only thing with computers is you actually have to spell them right there All right now here you tell me if this you remember the record tenderly I'm sure Little pop standard record Well the opening I doubt it because I'm learning everything from you I got it I don't know Well you may I knew my girl All right but yeah we'll get back we'll look up Beverly schaefer But let's see about Jackie That's.

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"shafer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"shafer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Right now WNYC's John shafer has today's gig alert South African pianist Abdullah Ibrahim began his career performing under the name dollar brand and he had an unexpected radio hit nearly 70s here in the states with the song Cape Town fringe Duke Ellington was a big fan and Nelson Mandela referred to Ibrahim as our Mozart Now the 87 year old pianist has put out a solo record called solo tude An almost meditative recording where he moves freely between some of his earlier works Here he plays district 6 named for the area of Cape Town where thousands were displaced by the apartheid regime District 6 by Abdullah Ibrahim His new album solot is part of our weekly music roundup Check it out at new sounds dot org 32° now in Central Park we are expecting some more clouds today and yes we could see a few snow flurries starting after 11 o'clock this morning mixing with some drizzle this afternoon as we.

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Minneapolis voters reject ballot measure to dismantle police

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Minneapolis voters reject ballot measure to dismantle police

"Minneapolis voters have rejected a plan that would have replaced the beleaguered city police department with a different type of safety agency in the wake of George Floyd's death proponents of the change part of the D. fund police movement had called for a complete overhaul of policing to stop brutality and abuse of power this motor Scott Shafer was in favor of the change that status because it's horrible but opponents who defeated the measure said there was no concrete plan for how to move forward and removing the police department would leave at risk communities even more susceptible to violence Angela Mansfield who wanted a new department says she hopes they're still meaningful reform this is a very specific training so hopefully

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"shafer" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"shafer" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"Five or ten minutes. The brain automatically ascribes all the rights and privileges of a friendship that took maybe years to develop for more on how you can use illustration techniques used by the fbi to negotiate better salaries and more checkout episode. Four six seven on the jordan harbinger. Show with jack. Shafer always so fascinating with jack shafer. He mentioned a few more practical from the book that we didn't get to cover here on the show. So we want to practice by observing others especially couples. This is actually how. I started and how he used to teach fifteen years ago or so. When i was teaching a lot of this stuff practice observing others and especially if you're observing couples. You're going to see a lot of amazing nonverbal stuff. Just pop right out. A lot of report technique is just going to use out of your observations degrade way to learn. Of course the best way to do this is to apply and to watch others applying this whether they know they're applying it or not. The book also has lots of tips for servers to get higher tips. So if you're in the service industry or your tipped by people this is a great episode and a great book to double down and really learn well because it will pay for itself. There's a lot more in the book as well about empathetic statements how to use them generating report generating even romantic connections with depending on how you want to use that. I wouldn't say it's the kind of stuff you might use inside a marriage or inside a relationship. If you're dating a lot of this stuff can be very very useful techniques like recognizing a plight right where you go to a restaurant. The servers really haven't hectic day. And you say something like boy. You must be busy. I could never keep up or the story slam you say. Wow you must be on your feet all day. I couldn't do it. That will increase the quality of service and the quality of your report. There's a lot of little techniques like that in the book again. I do recommend this if you're in the service industry especially because while some of the techniques like shared experiences. Oh we're from the same place. Oh we're doing the same course of study. Oh we have a the same type of religious faith. Whatever that may be those shared experiences those techniques might seem obvious. There's also things like the mis attribution principle. That are less obvious right. So you might anchor yourself to inexperienced. They're having such as a workout or a beneficial event in their life. You don't have to work out with them. You just be around during or even after and scary experiences can also bond scary movies for example. It doesn't have to be actual trauma. There's a lot of sort of non obvious report generation techniques in the book and again if you're in the service industry and even if you're not if you just have clients as attorney. I think this book will have a lot of things where you say. Okay great i already knew that but the stuff that you didn't know that's where the gold always is right. It's always good when you're reading or learning not to say oh. I already knew this this and this but to look for the stuff that you don't know even if it's one or two little things that i would say is always worth the time invested in a book or in a podcast for that matter so big. Thank you to dr jack shafer. The book title is the likes which links to all of his stuff. His books his work will.

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"shafer" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"shafer" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"Belong. Now here's partout with dr jack. Shafer you mentioned some foe signals in the book and one thing i felt was particularly interesting was how i gaze. A specific type of gaze gives away undercover officers. Can you take us through that. That's something i'd never heard before. Yeah what happens is a lot of ice train undercover officers. How do you enter a bar bar with gang members in it motorcycle gang members or other gang members and what cops do is they walk into a bar and they look around the bar and then they go to the bar and they order a drink and they're constantly looking around and that's a sure. Sign that your police officer because if you walk into a bar the first time you walk into a bar you have not earned the right to look into that bar so the proper way to go into a bar and higher learn this watch strangers going to bars. What do they do. They walked straight in. They don't look around. They walk to the bar. They order a drink and then they suddenly start what sidewards glancing around the place. You get somebody. That's a member of the bar that goes to the bar lot. They can walk in and they can scan that bar and they can look for their friends. Or who's there because they've earned the right to look at that bar because of constantly being there and that's like good example of this is has anybody ever pulled alongside a police car Yeah and The drivers looking over at the car and Soon as the cop turns to look at the driver driving snaps his head back to look straight ahead. Yeah but the cop doesn't have to do that right. Because when i was a police officer i was sharing people's car. They would look at me. And i would stare back and i would give up the stair because earned the right. 'cause i'm a cop i stare into that and that gives you an idea of. Yeah you earned the right to look. It's like even personal relationships. If you walk into a room. And i always tell my students what i was picked out a female student. What if you walk into the room the first day class and i give you one of those elevator. I looks right. Yeah and she always says that would be very creepy as said yes so. Let's just pretend we know each other as in the biblical to know okay. She said well that would be different. Because i know you have a relationship and intimate relationship and i would probably enjoy the lock right so people except those elevator glances win. They are comfortable with that particular person. And so let's give you a good example. I like it when there's little tricks in the office you know who's kind of having a little affair with home and you seem at the water cooler. Proximity the frequency increases duration increases. You see the intensity increases and then all of a sudden everything stops one of.

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"shafer" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"shafer" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"Back to dr jack shafer. Tell me about how the chinese use this approach. The friendship equation knowingly or unknowing they were recruiting a bunch of they are recruiting a bunch of scientists to give away classified and unclassified information. It seems like they have a pretty good mastery of this. Our earlier. example was the chinese during the korean war. Obviously they've only gotten better at this type of intelligence gathering of they're very very good at it and what they do is well. Let's talk about the inverse relationship between frequency and duration. If you spend a lot of time with a person you don't have to spend as much duration with that person to maintain that relationship so if you don't see that person for a long time so you haven't seen your friends for five years you see them and you go out and have dinner the next thing you know. You're the in the restaurant for five hours. And you got my gosh. Spent five hours sitting here. And that's because the frequency was low there for the duration of time you meet has to be higher to maintain that relationship so with that in mind when out. Scientists goes over to china. He's invited to go over. And they typically have one person assigned to that scientist the quote unquote translator or minder. And what happens is that person now has proximity with you. But since the frequency is low you only over there for maybe five days seven days so the duration has to be high so they wake you up in the morning and they're with you until they put you to bed at night and during that.

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"shafer" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"shafer" Discussed on Here & Now

"In fact some are calling on him to drop out. Scott shafer is senior editor at k. Q. e. d. in san francisco. Thanks so much. You're welcome earlier this month on a day. Dripping with eighty six percent humidity in japan. Kenya's elliott cooped. Shoghi somehow ignored the heat to win his second olympic marathon. A magical moment for elliot chugging the finish line is there back tobacco also canyon kept chugging dominates twenty twenty. It was just the latest superhuman feet of keep showbiz career. You may remember back in two thousand nine hundred nineteen. He became the first human to break the two hour barrier in the marathon. A new documentary called kipp shoghi. The last milestone tells the story of how he did it. The runner had a team of scientists and pacers helped them cross the finish line. In record time. We also learn that keep. Shoghi is as much a philosopher as he is an athlete in hundred a lot of challenges. Up some down there is been in painting tummy and joy it can say elliot.

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"shafer" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"shafer" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news. i'm jack speer increasingly the covert nineteen case count in the. Us is becoming a pandemic of the unvaccinated. As according to centers for disease control and prevention and white house officials cases in the us are up seventy percent over last week with hospital. Admissions and deaths also spiking white house. Press secretary jen psaki. Today said nearly all those cases are involved people not vaccinated against cova nineteen and she blasted social media for allowing any vaccine theories to spread our message to everyone. Who sharing this information is that your steps are taking are irresponsible. They could lead to people's People getting very sick and people ultimately losing their lives. Why don't we all participate in a process that will help provide accurate information out. There for states accounted for forty percent of the new cases last week missouri. Florida georgia in california. All seeing heavier case loads in some areas los angeles county. This week. Reinstituted an indoor mask mandating for those who are fully vaccinated. Jay is the deadline for candidates wishing to run for governor in california's recall election to file their paperwork with the secretary of state's office for member station k. q. We scott shafer has more. Unlike california's last recall election eighteen years ago. No one candidate will tower over the rest. Like arnold schwarzenegger. Did this time around. Candidates have to submit five years of personal income tax returns and that could pare down the list of contenders. Several republicans are expected to run including former san diego mayor. Kevin faulkner talk show. Host larry elder reality tv star. Caitlyn jenner and businessman. John cox who lost a democrat gavin newsom three years ago. No prominent democrat is expected to run. None of the candidates will become governor unless a majority of voters say yes to recalling governor newsome. The election is scheduled for september fourteenth for npr news. I'm scott shafer in san francisco rapper biz. Markie has died. He was known for the hit song. Just a friend. He was fifty seven years old. According to a statement he died this evening with his wife by aside. Npr's andrew limbaugh has this remembrance. Have you ever met a girl that tried to date in. Just a friend.

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Oath Keepers Member First to Plead Guilty in Capitol Riot

WBZ Midday News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Oath Keepers Member First to Plead Guilty in Capitol Riot

"Took it to the SJC. Many people have been charged in connection with the riot, The U. S capitol January 6th until now all have pleaded not guilty. But today for the first time, a self described member of the oath keepers pleads guilty. John Shafer joined the pro trump mob that stormed the capital and was among the rioters who sprayed police officers with bear spray. As part of his plea agreement, Schaffer will be released from custody, but he must fully cooperate with federal prosecutors as they build their cases against more than $400. Defendants. Schaeffer is the first writer to plead guilty. He faces up to four years in prison when he sentenced in a couple of months. That

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"shafer" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"shafer" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"The project. Connect your revamping that yes we. It's a program for those who might be isolated. Who could envision having someone call them once in a while to seattle doing And then getting their information to have an emergency contact if we can't reach them And so i actually have five volunteers already for this program. Also so now. I need some clients might be being called The or we can with the other agencies to pull information as who might be interested are who might be available might just need some assistance to have someone to talk to will now with soap when we couldn't be face to face and and that's still out there for a lot of people that that reality still remains. You know those normal five minute conversations on the phone turned into ten to fifteen to twenty minutes and people are really still looking for that and enjoying that are crush your clients. We tended to have a longer this taking the grocery order one last one here the inside preparedness program that you're putting together There's other things out there. Outside of cova that can awry other problems that can arise absolutely. We have done this program now for six years but it allows us to do presentations on how to survive a tornado. What to do. In case of a fire and various Items like that and we have all kinds of items to give away a prize but we have a removing that zoom Just play it safe and so again call. If you are agency would like program or or you are a just someone who'd like to learn more. Give our office a call. We'll be happy to help and assist again. That number nine seven zero three nine six fifty four and ninety two nine seven zero three nine six fifty four ninety two or you can email. Rsvp weld county at gmail.com rsvp while county g mail dot com. Marsha schaefer rsvp weld county. Thank you so much. Is there anything else that we need to get out there to our listeners dive. Just stay active and be healthy. I love it marcia. Thank you so much for your time. All right let's take a break. We'll come back and wrap up.

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"shafer" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"shafer" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Ten ten thirty seven the time. We'll come back into the attic. Losers specialist studios. I am schwinn rang. Kelly through the production work as always. Thanks for being with us as we have another. Vip guests joining us as the ip rolling out the special treatment. Here marsha shafer with rsvp you weld county. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for. Having me is great catching up. I know we last time we talked me. And we were right in the middle of this co animosity. That we're not still right in the middle of it but we can see the light the end of the tunnel. La yes. i'm excited. Thanks for coming in. You've got some new programs that you're going to we're going to talk about here But for anybody who hasn't heard about rsvp well county give us give us. Your elevator pitches so to say absolutely. We are volunteer program. We work with about sixty three agencies in town providing volunteer surf fifty five and older who are giving back to our community we Some of the programs. We actually do ourselves. We build ramps for handicapped We buy we shop for groceries. Said which is what i was doing. This morning And we deliver those to the homes of homebound We do reading in the elementary. We do medicare counseling. we do Disaster preparedness programs And a little of everything else and veterans services so if someone needs some assistance if you're vet please give me a call. I have funds available to give you some assistance. Sally a little bit of everything. I think is what you do for people. You know how we talked about last time. That really stuck out to me. Was you know how these people have been here. These were the that you're helping are the people who have created this incredible community that we have. Now that's correct that a lot of them We unfortunately we just lost star one of our oldest members volunteers who has to Here a month ago and so But there they are just incredible volunteers. They give their heart and their soul. and a lot of them are the original pioneers around this community. Well they don't wanna leave. I mean they don't want to move on from this community in your here to to ensure that they don't have to write they correct. Get the help that they need. We're trying to keep them in their home and keep them safe and And allow them to just have some friends out in the community so the big thing to that. We need to put out there. I know it's it's kinda crazy you guys are going. You're open. you're you're you're doing these projects that's correct. Do we actually never closed. That's a good thing And so we're excited to everyone. Know that yes we are open and yes we are available and if you need some volunteers i just heard from weld food bank and so we're requesting volunteers to help an assist with them as well. We're talking with marsha shafer with rsvp weld county. You mentioned the veteran services. Let's talk about that a little bit more on more. We actually other than covid. We did a veteran stand down day for homeless and over that we have developed relationships with about thirty agencies that assist veterans and i work closely with the american legion eighteen We help them a grant and they have some funds that are available to assist for veterans. Who may need rent assistance or groceries or anything that might be a benefit to them. So i'm saying where you talk to me about. You worked with the va of cheyenne. Is that right yes We were closely with the va. They very much have supported. Our stand down days and been active with us in terms of getting We're the dav actually provides Drivers who will take you to cheyenne and so we find drivers for the The va the veterans center. Yeah that one that one. It will veterans that type of collaboration is what makes all this possible. Because it's hard work right and it's it's a lot to do So that type of collaboration working with other organizations like that as huge yes absolutely. We couldn't do it without them. So yes we have Associations with most of the vet organizations here in town and a lot of the senior organizations as well I'm part of the senior symposium. coming up the last friday of october we caregiver appreciation day with The city of greeley and various other seen organizations so Yeah we are heavily active within our community. Would you get a new program Coming out here in february the virtual reading program virtual reading reading partners. Excuse me that's that's starting february. Yes we are. Hoping fact we have just purchased the Android pads for them to use to work one on one with students. we Have contacted several districts and district. Six has gotten back with us of interest so if one of the students has a reading disability or needs assistance to increase reading skills which is very important in this day and age We have volunteers who are willing to work with them. Virtually And help them. And they are trained in how to help with the reading problems and given different skills the nancy robinson. Who's in charge of that program was a district Division one and a teacher for thirty years and so well trained in how to Work with students and we're we'll be working with them. Virtually so excited about it. Kindergarten through fourth grade right yes yes kindergarten through fourth grade and utah about how cove nineteen really impacted senior citizens but these kids have been through the wringer as well and and you know the education online and stuff like that a lot of them are just looking for somebody as well but this is that extra help to maybe get them caught back up right and many times when we were doing it one on one a lot of times. It was a positive role model in their lives and giving them encouragement We had one. Volunteer was actually working. He wouldn't like ova student so he worked with them for the time they were in kindergarten till the time they were in fifth grade and moved on and i think at one point he had like fifty nine students. He was assisting though. That's the type of relationships that you build. And that's the rewarding part of what you guys do resolutely and we do know that seniors volunteer they're healthier. They live longer They're involved in their community. And i'm they have a real support system. We're talking with marsha schaefer. Rsvp weld county. You mentioned the grocery shopping and delivery. That was chaotic for everyone. In two thousand twenty. It seems to be getting back a little bit back to normal. But they're still providing that for some of those most at risk at risk Demographics right at home are disabled and a we have several wheelchair-bound clients We just take their shorter and they provide. We don't pay for it but We take their grocery order. And then we shop it on thursday mornings and delivered thursday mornings to their homes. That's so do you ever make recommendations. Like i know you really want this or do you stick straight to the list. No actually we try not to do that. We do call them. If there's a substitution right covid has caused some things not to be on the shelter been some distribution issues for sure but We were we were working with. Unc nutrition program and they were actually putting in once a month. A different why you should vegetables and so forth so We add that to the the different information. That's going out so what what's the best way for them to contact. Are you looking for volunteers for that program. We are always always looking for volunteers for all of our programs but our phone number is nine seven three nine six five four nine two nine seven now. Three nine six five four nine two and we are. They don't nine thirtieth avenue right behind villigen crossing the police station perfect. Yeah and we'll we'll throw it out there again here in just a minute you've got you've got a couple other ones that you're you're still doing.

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"shafer" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"shafer" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"For being with us. That's our poll question on our facebook. Page atmoko now. What is do you partake in any stock market trading. It's crazy what's going on and we'll get more into that but We're very happy to be joined by dr kimberly winter. A family medicine physician with newest physicians in highlands ranch for joining us Doctor thank you so much for joining us today. Thank you very much for having me. Tanner great chatting with you again here and wanted to start off by talking about new year. You get a lot of those new year's resolutions new year new me But you know those. Those are the only things that people should be doing right now. that's correct. New year's resolutions are definitely good. But it's also important to remember that wellness visits are something important to have whether it's in january or june august or even december and just getting in for a wellness visit is really important every year. So what's the difference between a wellness wellness visit and your annual physical exam. So i'm like the standard head to toe physical exam. An annual wellness visit is really focused on preventive care health screenings and wellness planning. It gives the patient and the doctor a chance to have a conversation about health status and goals and helping patients to meet those goals and maximize their ability to stay healthy. And well. we'll in in that conversation with an actor. Your doctor can go along ways yes it definitely can and when you don't come in for the wellness visit we don't know what else might be going on with you right. Yeah you can you can definitely find. You can even probably find some things that that you maybe didn't know what was going on so obviously cove nineteen makes this whole going to the doctor thing a little bit trickier for for some people. But why why is it still that important even during everything. That's going on to make sure you get these wellness exams. Well the wellness examine the wellness. Visit we focus on updating your medical and family history in case new things have come up that might affect your risk. We also take routine measurements such as height weight blood pressure and body miss body mass index. We also have look et depending on your age and gender what screenings you might be due for over the next five to ten years. We also look at your risk factors. Do you have risk. Factors for diabetes. Heart disease osteoporosis. Or high blood pressure. Do you have some risk factors for depression. Which i think we have been seeing a lot of with covert right. Yeah there's no doubt about it. They kinda just gives you that opportunity to go through a checklist of things. And obviously you can take that away and say okay here things to work with but what. What else can annual exams and health screens dude. You know to keep you healthy. Well it gives you a chance to talk to. The doctor gives the doctor a chance to talk to you. And and look at what screenings might be helpful. What family history might have come up that maybe happened. You know eleven months after before your last visit and you know might have. You might have totally forgotten about. Oh yeah. Aunt may had that stroke. That might be important for me to know and so we look at that. We have patients bring in medications. If they're on them so that we know what they're taking and we know that the patient understands why they're taking it also has a chance to look for health advice. Empress factors again right and so correct me. If i'm way off this very Like a very general analogy that. I may draw here but i. It's almost like a service for your vehicle. You know there's nothing major wrong but just making sure everything's working all right. Exactly you know. You have those maintenance checkups that's separate from when you have something that's actually wrong with your car. But the maintenance was. It's our to make sure that you can be as well and healthy as possible and reduce any risk factors. You might have for illness or falls or depression anything like that. We're talking with dr kimberly winter. A family medicine physician with new physicians in highlands ranch Dr going to the hossa. Excuse me of the hospital but going to see. The doctor can be nerve racking a lot of people in normal times. What can people do to prepare for your annual wellness visit. I think one thing. It's important to remember that doctor's offices have already been practicing various infection control procedures even before cova nineteen and. Now we have heightened safety measures for people that come into the office now. We limit the number of people in the clinic. We screen visitors for any symptoms. We encourage hand hygiene and they use of masks just so that people feel safe coming into the doctor so that we can address any issues. They may have. We're talking to dr kimberly winter joining us here. Appreciate her time as always so. This is this annual wellness visit is. It's preventative care almost as well right. It is preventive care because sometimes you might be at risk for something that you didn't even know about but the wellness visit gives you and the doctor a chance to realize. Wow you are now at an increased risk for this process or this disease. Why don't we get on top of it and lower those risks. Will you mentioned a lot of these increase safety protocols that are going into place in what you what doctors all over the place or are working towards But but we've also seen the rise of telemedicine. Yes we have. And i think a lot of doctors will probably trying to get into that cova. Nineteen just forced a lot of us into it very quickly and i think the more people use it the more they realize especially for things like wellness visits. They're perfect you don't have to have the exposure of coming into an office. You can just sit down still face to face with your physician and go through what screenings you might be due for what conditions may have come up what family member changes may have come up so i think video visits are really a key thing to remember for wellness visits and for various other checkups. So obviously your wellness visit is going to be different depending on your age your gender or anything that goes along with that but how does it look. How are they different for everybody. So you mentioned that age and gender and unique health conditions determine exactly what we might be doing but for females over the age of forty. We're looking for mammograms for screening for breast cancer and pap smears for screening for cervical cancer. And we know again that colon cancer is very big and not often diagnosed early enough so anybody now over. The age of forty five actually is recommended to talk to their doctor about getting screened for colon cancer. Well and and all of those different tests again they they break it down based on your family history and i think that's something that maybe goes a little a little bit by the wayside Shouldn't but your family history plays a big role. In what what risk. You may factor. You may face absolutely one thing important to remember. Obviously we can't change our genetic makeup but we definitely change unhealthy behaviors such as smoking physical inactivity and poor eating habits if we find out that many of our family members of had heart disease or call lester all problems or diabetes. There are things we can do to reduce.

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"shafer" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"shafer" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"By Mark Shafer from the Armstrong Advisor Group for Financial Planning. Friday. Mark Thanks for coming on Happy New Year, Mike. So really, for the last I don't know, Month. As or so we've been talking about the rollout of the cove in 19 vaccines. And, yeah, the most recent news is just that It's been tremendously difficult. Whether here in United States or across the European Union. We're seeing issues popping up all over the place with planning and implementation of these vaccinations. Um, you wanted to make a little bit of a point about financial playing an analogy there, and I think it's I think it's a poignant one, which is A lot of people can very quickly find themselves behind the eight ball when it comes to their own personal finances. Let's put yourself in their shoes and someone like that streets where you you're looking at your situation, and maybe you're in debt. Maybe you just haven't done a whole lot of thinking about your own retirement or your financial strategy. What do you consider the first step, especially specifically for someone that's finding themselves behind the eight ball? Well, The first thing you need to do is find out where you are. You know, you can't get to where you want to go. Unless you know you're starting point. So gather all your stuff and figure out where you are. And you know, you started to make the analogy regarding the vaccine where we're a little bit behind schedule. Some people would argue, I guess a lot. They 20 million and we only have like $5 Million. Whatever the number is. Financial Why is it getting a vaccine important? Because it protects you from things that protects you from getting sick. Hey, for went to the hospital. How much is that gonna cost me? You know, potentially dying..

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"shafer" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"shafer" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Background. Make sure you know I don't steal people's money type of thing, and they could not pull my credit report. I couldn't get a job unless I removed it. That's how secure it is, and it's frayed. It's easy to add and remove. So that's what I would do. If I, um would you recommend to my clients are concerned about this? Take a look at on doing some research on putting credit freezes on your credit report. Mark Shafer from the Armstrong Advisory Group, joining us for personal finance Friday. Mark Thanks for coming on really appreciate it. Thanks for having me again, okay? Tucker. I want to talk a little bit about the continued saga that is ongoing with cyberpunk 2077. For those who are unfamiliar with this cyberpunk 2077 was probably One of the two biggest video game launches of this year. The other being assassin's Creed Valhalla. Is that a fair statement Tucker, I would even venture out to say that this is probably one of the most hyped games of all time. Is this like red? What was that other read every decade Introduction territory like Yeah, I would say it's in terms of hype factor. Yes, I would say it's that maybe even more so, because it's such an ambitious game and again, you know, folks to put this in perspective. I know a lot of people that are listening may or may not play these video games. This sales that are related to these video games and the commodities companies and then you know everything else. On top of that, the other people watching these games This is an industry that far eclipses a lot of the revenue and profit from major movie studios as an example. Basically the company that produces this a couple days ago, said Okay, the version that we released for PlayStation for and for the Xbox one was so bad that if you want a refund, contact Sony and they'll give you a refund. Sony, then Sony were or Microsoft, Sony that yesterday comes out and says, by the way, we're pulling this game from our platform because we don't want to be responsible for refunding people like pretty much. It's like guys like It's not our fault that you built a bad game. They pulled the game from their platform for additional sales at this point. And the company that makes this game cyberpunk 2077, which is a company by the name of CD project Red. They've lost Tucker. What was it over $6 billion in market cap Yet last week since December 10th the company's locks, $6.6 billion in market cap Polish company From what I saw, I believe to put this in perspective, this would be equivalent to If Disney released the new Avengers movie, the movies so bad that AMC says we're not going to show it anymore. I mean, I've honestly I've been a gamer for a long time. I've never seen anything like this in terms of hyped game being released, and it's just full of bugs like it was not even close to being and released territory. You know, you hear stories all the time about, you know, hyped movies or games coming out, and they're just flopping because they're not good. This is different. This is like going to the movie theater and getting ready to see that next movie, and real just doesn't even worse. So I mean to put in perspective like I paid Did you know after tax and everything was $63 for the game? Digital download on Microsoft. I got it. I was like, Oh, e think I just I think I just forced $63 down the toilet. Um, And now they're coming out and saying, like, Hey, we really apologize for this. We need to fix all these patches and everything, And there's gonna be patches available in January and February and Mike Or you can get a refund. So I was like, I'm not gonna wait for the patches. I'm just going to get the refund Boil. You try it again. If they come out and say, Hey, we fixed everything. We're re releasing it. Sony and Xbox, then buy in and start selling it again. Would you? Are you Are you two harmed by this sale, too? I mean, they kind of lost my trust in this company. Like, I don't know. Maybe if they offered some sort of a discounted rate, or something like that may be, But I don't know if I could go back after that experience. Oh, boy. This It's like everything was disappearing. Nothing could load like Chiana Reeves looked like he was dis formed. It was just Oh, my God. It was just unplayable. Yes. When Chiana Reeves is dis formed, I believe was the word that's when you have to turn the game off and get a refill. Like do yourselves a favor. Just Google cyberpunk 2077 bugs. And you could go on YouTube for hours and just laugh and how much of a joke this game was. It really is entertaining. Let's take a quick break now and when we come back Paul Monica from CNN Business joins us to talk about Tesla. With the most comprehensive coverage of the economy in.

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The state of the Democratic primary race

All Things Considered

03:35 min | 3 years ago

The state of the Democratic primary race

"With the New Hampshire primary in the rear view mirror the democratic contest for the presidential nomination shifts west and south with Nevada being the next day to vote followed by South Carolina he can be the senior editor for politics and government Scot Shafer is here to talk about the state of the race and California is a role in it hi Scott Hey Nina so New Hampshire often clarifies the front runners but to what extent if that happened last night Bernie Sanders well it did clarify things but not as much as I would say is it does usually so yes Bernie Sanders people to judge clearly the top tier they're now essentially tied coming out of Iowa and New Hampshire in delegates it really put of course former vice president Joe Biden came in fifth he's really on the ropes and was with war and kind of a surprise her neighboring state she's from Massachusetts she came in fourth place behind Amy club which are so her campaign is a little bit on red alert I would save and it it definitely New Hampshire gave a new life to Amy club which are and we did see three candidates drop out and Yang senator Bennett for Michael Bennett from Colorado and of all Patrick the former governor of Massachusetts I'm not sure many people knew that they were even running but they are now out so in that sense it does narrow the field at the criticism of both Iowa and New Hampshire having so much influence in the races that they're overwhelmingly white the next few contests will be in more racially diverse state Scott so what does that mean for the various candidates well it means a lot I mean Bernie Sanders he is you know really the front runner right now he does quite well with Latinos he does reasonably well with African Americans but he's the only one in that top three from last night they can say that both booted judging Amy club which are of really really struggle to get any traction at all with African Americans and Latinos so now moving into these more diverse states they really got their work cut out for them Biden he's been really held up by African American voters but the question now is with you know two very weak for initiatives in the first two contests are they gonna stick with him or they gonna look at other candidates and if so you know who does that benefit Tom Stiers is kind of making a move in South Carolina he's been spending a lot of money there on the air waves and he's doing reasonably well with African Americans and then of course you've got waiting in the wings Mike Bloomberg who is also spending a lot of money not in the first four contests become super Tuesday he's gonna be a big player there as well well what do the results of New Hampshire and Iowa mean for the importance of California's March third primary well California has been like pining for relevance and I think finally this year we're going to have it I mean just to give you some context California has four hundred and ninety four delegates to up for grabs that is compared to New Hampshire which had twenty four to twenty times more delegates just here in California we're part of super Tuesday which includes states like Texas Virginia Colorado and Bernie Sanders is really well positioned here he's got a lot of union support he's got a great field operation he's got a lot of money but you also have Michael Bloomberg really poise for the first time on super Tuesday to make a splash he's spending tons of money on television he's got field offices and not just the usual places like Los Angeles and San Francisco but also stocked in Fresno riverside so he could be a factor as well you know California is now have fifteen million ballots that have been mailed out to them and the question is are they going to mail them in soon or are they going to kind of sit on them and wait and see who's left they don't wanna you know voters never want to vote for somebody who's dropped out of the race so you know they think California's really want to have their voice heard this time

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Trump impeachment to go ahead, says House Speaker Nancy Pelosi

All Things Considered

03:48 min | 3 years ago

Trump impeachment to go ahead, says House Speaker Nancy Pelosi

"House speaker Nancy Pelosi today laid out the path forward in the impeachment of president trump speaking in somber tones the San Francisco Democrat said the nation's democracy is at stake the president leaves us no choice but to act because he is trying to corrupt once again the election for his own benefit joining us now is key committees senior politics editor Scot Shafer and now what do you make of today's announcement pelo C. says articles of impeachment will be drawn up quickly even full vote by the house before Christmas yeah well I think it's a not a surprise Democrats have been meticulously putting this case against the president together for months now conducting the investigation behind closed doors and now all out in the open and I think that to do all that it is there's only leads to one conclusion which is they're going to have to drop articles of impeachment after all of this the only question really was when and so now you know as we're leading into the end of the calendar December twentieth is the last day for the house is in session I think we have an end point in sight so Republicans have been critical of this process all along and they're saying hello see the Democrats are rushing this through that is pretty quickly right well you know it's all relative I mean it could have taken longer if the White House had provided that allowed more witnesses to come forward they wanted to talk to people like Mick Mulvaney for example John Bolton and others they were more or less for bidden from testifying so we could have taken longer but you know the other thing that's taking here is the twenty twenty presidential election you're gonna have a trial in the Senate assuming this passes the house you've got now for a U. S. senators running for president they're gonna be tied up for that time so I think on the Democrats part there is really a sense of we need to get this moving and not the way beyond beyond the Christmas song yeah I want to play a little piece of dramatic tape today from hello he's press conference when a reporter from a conservative news outlet shouted question at her asking whether she hated Donald Trump she defiantly turned around went back to the podium and said this as a Catholic I resent you're using the word hate in a sentence that addresses me I don't hate anyone I was raised in a way that is full heart full of love and always pray for the president and I still pray for the present I pray for the president all the time so don't mess with me when it comes to words like that so wow that was a pretty strong response what do you make of that moment well you can tell she's a mom it was certainly her mom voice in a way but I think this is really genuine anger that we heard from Nancy pulls you know no one is more political than Nancy Pelosi it's literally in our DNA she's a fierce partisan when it comes to politics but she's also somebody who truly believes in government and the good that government can do and I think that this series of revelations on Ukraine and other things have really shaking her in some ways and you violate her sense of what government is supposed to be doing and so when she gets passionate about things like justice and civil rights and health care and immigration I think those are really genuine values that she hasn't to suggest that she's being driven not by those things not the pie policy ideas but rather by hatred I think is genuinely loathsome her says got what's at stake here with his impeachment for both Democrats and Republicans huge everything's at stake obviously control the White House control of Congress possibly the next president will have to or even more appointments to to the US Supreme Court amber we haven't seen opinion changed very much independent voters voters in swing states seem still skeptical of this and so Democrats are unable to persuade those swing voters the other could be ramifications in twenty twenty and that'll all plan to you know how many of the policy is perceived and and part of her legacy okay thanks so much Scott you're welcome take you this year politics editor Scot Shafer and I'm terrace either

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How to avoid epic Thanksgiving failures

Forum

02:28 min | 3 years ago

How to avoid epic Thanksgiving failures

"Hey welcome back to Forman Scott Shafer here today for Michael Krasny and for the rest of the hour we're delving into the thanksgiving holiday and a lot of people will tell you that thanksgiving is their favorite holiday the food it's not divided by religious traditions but of course it can also be very stressful specially if you're hosting the event and so for the rest the are we're going to delve into how to avoid epic failures when it comes to the meal you're cooking in the entertaining all that entails what to do if you forget the key ingredient for example or if there are family or guests who are want to talk about politics or something else is going to be a little dicey joining me to talk about that maybe dish out some advice Cassidy Olson kitchen and cooking editor for reviewed dot com welcome thanks for joining us Hey thanks for driving me also Margie Ryerson is a family and marriage therapist based in Wildwood creek and Margie good to have you as well I'm sure we'll have some questions about dealing with unruly family members as to what it is about I guess it's just it's always been an issue I guess but it seems like it's more acute now in this particular area that we're in but I want to begin with the food and the meal and and Cassie also what what in in terms of your experience what like what are some of the most common food related problems our kitchen problems that come up at thanksgiving yes I think things giving can be such a stressful time because of course the food is so central and everyone's so excited to you know actually died and then there's a million moving parts often you're eating at like two PM you're eating much earlier in the day then usually would be so I think the biggest issue that most people have is just the timing aspect and of course you know today with thanksgivings two days out now is a great time to get be getting ready for thanksgiving for not already ready so I think really people are you know not defrosting Turkey's long enough which I've had the same issue in the past they're not you know planning out dishes in advance about trying to she's in advance they're not cooking in advance so you know they got up at the crack of dawn and are scrambling all day you don't get to spend as much time with the family yeah that's inevitable but I think preparation is really key and then you know of course I'm sure people of trying to deep fry Turkey is our snatched her keys are do weird things with her case yeah I always an issue as well and probably not a great time to try out recipes you've never tried yeah probably not a great time to just start launching new things in your family I think in general if you have any time at this point it's kind of crunch time but cooking in advance is a great idea but yeah I think the right time to do the tried and true is I think that's why it's a you know holiday tradition tradition

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Will Gavin Newsom try to kick Trump off the California ballot?

All Things Considered

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

Will Gavin Newsom try to kick Trump off the California ballot?

"A conservative legal group is suing California over a new law aimed at forcing president trump to releases federal tax returns from member station KQED Scott Shafer reports the bill signed last week by governor Gavin Newsom requires any candidate wishing to appear on the March third presidential primary ballot in California to release five years of personal income taxes something Donald Trump has refused to do the group judicial watch filed the lawsuit on behalf of four voters claiming among other things that the U. S. constitution bars states from adding qualifications for being president former governor Jerry Brown vetoed a similar bill two years ago saying it could be unconstitutional for NPR news I'm Scott Shafer in San

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Acute Hepatitis A outbreak declared for Clark County

Laura Ingraham

00:26 sec | 3 years ago

Acute Hepatitis A outbreak declared for Clark County

"Shafer? Health officials in southern Nevada, the number of acute hepatitis AKC's has risen drastically southern Nevada health district says thirty seven cases have been reported in Clark county between January first and may thirty first this year, that's more than twice the number reported in the same timeframe in any of the past three years. The diseases transmitted by oral contact with fecal matter even microscope amounts, it attacks, the liver and causes symptoms, including domino. Pain, nausea? Diarrhea fever and

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Nevada judge asked for sentencing do-over for Saudi inmate

KDWN Programming

00:26 sec | 3 years ago

Nevada judge asked for sentencing do-over for Saudi inmate

"Shafer in Nevada judge is being asked for a sentencing do over for a thirty year old, former Saudi Arabian air force sergeant serving thirty five years in prison for kidnapping and sexually assaulting a thirteen year old boy in Las Vegas. Strip hotel on New Year's Eve, back in twenty twelve Mazen Altadis attorney says the judge made no immediate ruling after Thursday hearing on whether the sentence all the time he got in twenty thirteen is fair. The attorney wants a new jury to be allowed to consider a lesser charge, carrying

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By blacklisting Huawei, the US could be shooting itself in the foot

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

07:53 min | 3 years ago

By blacklisting Huawei, the US could be shooting itself in the foot

"There's an interesting observation to be made here about the global economy, things that usually happened really, really slowly. Until they happen. Really, really fast. Oh, explain from American public media. This is marketplace. In Los Angeles. I'm KAI Ryssdal. It is Thursday. Today, the sixteenth of mega is always to have you along, everybody. We begin today with this ten days ago, Amir week and a half. Every indication was that the trade mad disagreements between the United States and China were all but solved couple more meetings, a quick Trump's, she phone call done and done. Now. It's tariffs as far as the I can see. And as of yesterday quite possibly a breakdown in the heavily, integrated and extremely globalized technology supply chain, we refer here, of course, to the Trump administration, effectively blacklisting, the Chinese technology, giant hallway, which will cut that company off from its American suppliers, chips, from Qualcomm and phone software from Google to name. Just a couple. You're all that in with bands on while way in other countries. And as marketplace's Scott Tong reports now from Washington, there does seem to be something of a digital iron curtain descending if the US shoe. Hallway, it also hits its own foot inside while we gadgets are innards from firms, like Intel, oracle and Western Digital but tech firms sensing the crossfire are trying to get out of the way and avoid partnering with companies subject to bands in retaliation says Linley Gwen app of the Linley group. I think that companies are trying to reduce their exposure to the band, and by fewer components from countries that could be affected the word decoupling is being whispered in the US and China that is each country may develop its own separate supply, chain, while we has long been on Washington's hitlist and is trying to make parts semiconductors in house. Business professor at ten Wong judge young university has a new book on wall way. He says the company can be self sufficient that can make it south. Maybe he's not as good as the US components, but it's not much worse. They still can't sell products so that prepare for these more than ten years, while ways, DIY project. Could accelerate Chinese innovation? And in areas like wireless, five G many see hallway as already ahead. So the US might not want to cut itself off says, political scientists Abraham Newman at Georgetown, France in the nineteen eighties tried to develop its own internet, and it was kind of ridiculous, and the risk is that we end up with a new version of that a lesser. They un-filed g network. He says the US is weaponising interdependence and could unravel a global tech supply chain that took a generation to come together. I'm Scott Tong for marketplace. You can argue till the cows come home about tariffs who wins who loses who pays wait. No, you can't consumers pay and nobody wins. But there is at least one agreed upon reality. When it comes to what tariffs due to an economy, the way things normally work don't work anymore. Marketplace's refinish your explains that one I don't know if you've ever grown plants in a terrarium they love it in there because they're protect. But when you take them, out and expose them to the outside world, they don't always do out there, not strong. It breeds a kind of laziness here Simon Lester is with the Cato Institute and he's not talking about terrariums. He's talking about tariffs tariffs that protect some US businesses from foreign competition. You don't have to compete with the best in the world, just sort of relax. You don't have to work that hard, you're not gonna face any competition. US steel companies, for example, don't face as much pressure to upgrade plants now they can in our raising prices without competition from foreign steel producers. Ultimately, I think if you want to sessile businesses, you want them competing in order to, you know me as a fishing has possible Chinese goods. Don't usually compete with US goods head on. We don't make a lot of the same stuff, but many goods that are made in America are made with Chinese parts tariffs. Make those parts more expensive Tim Keough teaches economics at the university of Minnesota gonna make things to the US shell the rest of the world. Be more expensive than we're gonna lose market share because of that. But the. Disadvantages go beyond that, take the tariffs on steel aluminum. The metal that would be going into the US now goes to global markets increasing supply and depressing prices outside the US Rufus York's is president of the national Foreign Trade Council. Many of my manufacturers say that this has a direct impact on their competitiveness. Not only because their costs go up, but actually their foreign competitors costs. Go down your says the morn industries protected the less productive, it's likely to become in New York. I'm Sabrina sure for marketplace. In higher education news on this Thursday, three much reviled letters. S A N, t the college board purveyor of the aforementioned exam is adding a new score to it math, reading, and writing the optional essay and now adversity as in the hurdles like neighborhood crime, and poverty, that students might have dealt with getting into college. It's yet another attempt by the college board to keep its core product, the SAT, relevant as the idea. Of who gets in wear gets more attention. Marketplace's Amy Scott has more on that when Scott vers, I'll was weighing student applications. This college admission season he had another tool to consider. He's dean of undergraduate admissions at the university of South Carolina, along with grades and essays and test scores and environmental context. Dashboard. Offer details like family and housing stability access to AP classes and neighborhood poverty, and crime. And that did help us find some students that we would probably would otherwise not considered the university was one of fifty testing out the dashboard. This year, the college board will roll it out to all schools next year, and it'll be free, but SAT critic Robert Shafer with fair test says it's a business move with selective colleges under pressure to admit more students of color and low income students. More of them are making standardized tests. Optional people have long known that head scores were a excellent. Mega of accumulated advantage. And now, the college board is going to admit it by thing. You can't use raw scores. You have to examine them in context. The college board has tried something like this, in the past in the late nineteen nineties, it's so-called strivers program aimed to take socioeconomic factors including race into account. But Shaffer says critics accused the college board of back door affirmative action, and the program was dropped Tiffany Jones directs higher, Ed policy at the education trust advocacy group. She says the dashboard doesn't include race without looking at race explicitly. It's very difficult to try to account for racial inequality. Students also won't know their scores adding another layer of mystery to the college admissions process. I'm Amy Scott for marketplace. There was a fairly brief, but all important announcement from Boeing today, a quick four paragraphs, the first sentence of which read Boeing has completed development of the updated software for the seven. Thirty seven max, which is big the company says it's working with the FAA to get the planes back in the air. Investors were reassured Boeing shares up two point three percent day. The broader markets up as well. Not as much though. We'll have the details when we do the numbers.

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"Nashville Flipped" star Troy Dean Shafer has died at 38

Glenn Beck

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

"Nashville Flipped" star Troy Dean Shafer has died at 38

"And the star of Nashville flipped his passed away unexpectedly. The family of Troy Schaefer revealing this week he died in his sleep late last month, the age of thirty eight shave for reportedly did not have any known. Medical issues. A toxicology report will be finalized in the coming weeks. Nashville flipped aired on the DIY network and followed shapers he restored and flipped historic homes and the national

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Grand Canyon, John Shafer And Walla Pie discussed on Laura Ingraham

Laura Ingraham

00:18 sec | 3 years ago

Grand Canyon, John Shafer And Walla Pie discussed on Laura Ingraham

"John Shafer. The body of a tourist who died after stumbling over the edge of the Grand Canyon while taking photographs has been recovered a helicopter lifted the man's body from a thousand feet below the rim Thursday afternoon at Grand Canyon. West spokesman for the popular tourist site on the Walla pie reservation says the body was taken to a medical

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Shafer Las Vegas, Metro Police And Sahara discussed on Ask the Experts

Ask the Experts

00:11 sec | 4 years ago

Shafer Las Vegas, Metro Police And Sahara discussed on Ask the Experts

"Shafer Las Vegas nail salon worker was killed Saturday after chasing after a patron who didn't pay her Bill boss Vegas. Metro police say the worker was hit by a car driven by the woman who had gotten a manicure at the salon, then left without paying metro police say a man was killed while crossing Sahara near the

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Michael Cohen pleads guilty, says he lied about Trump's knowledge of Moscow project

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00:51 sec | 4 years ago

Michael Cohen pleads guilty, says he lied about Trump's knowledge of Moscow project

"Chairman of the California Democratic party is resigning after Allah Gatien's of sexual misconduct, Scott shape, or reports from member station K Q, E D. Eric Baumann was narrowly elected chair of the Democratic Party last year, and a very bitter campaign that left the party divided in recent days democratic staffers and activists men and women many of them young have accused Bauman of sexual misconduct and inappropriate behavior is the first openly gay party chair in California. And after the allegations surfaced this week he said he would take a leave of absence while he sought treatment for alcohol abuse, but the chorus of calls for his resignation quickly grew and included. Governor elect Gavin Newsom the resignation comes after California Democrats scored historic victories in the midterm elections. For NPR news. I'm Scott Shafer in San Francisco. A Mississippi county is asking the

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Los Angeles, Orange County And Alameda County San Mateo discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:14 sec | 4 years ago

Los Angeles, Orange County And Alameda County San Mateo discussed on All Things Considered

"Congo's health ministry says the latest outbreak of Ebola is the worst in the country's recorded history with three hundred nineteen confirmed and probable cases on hundred ninety eight people have died since the outbreak was declared August I in the eastern part of the country. You're listening to NPR news from K Q E D news. I'm Jeremy Siegel crews from multiple bay area agencies are in Butte county to help fight. The campfire officials say the blazes now scores did least one hundred thousand acres killed nine people in destroyed more than six thousand homes at last check. The believes was twenty percent contained firefighters from San Francisco's department. Alameda County San Mateo and other agencies have all been. Deployed to the area and further south crews from the bay are also helping with suppression efforts on the Wolsey fire in Los Angeles, and Ventura counties. Meantime, the National Football League says it's monitoring air quality in the bay area and Los Angeles in advance of weekend games in areas affected by wildfire smoke, but as of now the raiders is home game on Sunday and the forty Niners on Monday will be played as scheduled both teams rescheduled their practice times on Friday to minimize exposure for their players Democrats are claiming victory in another southern California. Congressional race Kennedy's politics editor Scott Shafer reports. It might not be the last Orange County democrat Harley Rueda is claiming victory over fifteen term incumbent congressman Dana Rohrabacher, one of several incumbents targeted for defeat. There are still ballots to be counted there and the race has not been officially called. But Rudas lead is more than seven thousand votes and steadily growing if it holds that would make three houses. Seats, flip from read the blue in California, including the seat now held by retiring Republican Darrell Issa, meanwhile in the tenth congressional district around Modesto democrat, Josh harder. As pulled ahead of Republican incumbent, Jeff Denham with thousands of votes. Still to be counted also up for grabs to other Orange County congressional seats where the Republican candidates lead by less than three thousand votes statewide. There are millions of ballots left to be counted. Leaving the racist for insurance

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Senator McCain, President Trump and President discussed on Laura Ingraham

Laura Ingraham

00:43 sec | 4 years ago

Senator McCain, President Trump and President discussed on Laura Ingraham

"President Trump has publicly expressed his appreciation to the late John McCain after staying silent about his death for two days, other than a tweet sending condolences to the McCain family Saturday night. The president had said nothing about the senators passing until late Monday afternoon. When he issued a statement saying he respected McCain service to the country and ordered flags, fly at half staff at a dinner for evangelical leaders. The president broke his silence. Albeit briefly, we very much appreciate everything that Senator McCain has done for a country. Adding patient's hearts and prayers are with McCain's family which had asked that the president not attend his funeral the president says other members of his. Administration. Will attend

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Nevada Execution Is Blocked After Drugmaker Sues

Laura Ingraham

00:21 sec | 4 years ago

Nevada Execution Is Blocked After Drugmaker Sues

"Nevada death row inmate whose, execution has been postponed twice says the legal. Fight over his fate is taking a tortuous toll on him and, he just wants his. Sentence carried out Scott dozer told the Associated Press the state should in his words just get it done a third drug company is set to ask a state court judge today to let it join with. Two other firms are suing to block the use of their products for. The three. Drug lethal

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Elon Musk blames 'anger' for calling Thai cave diver a 'pedo,' apologizes

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01:56 min | 4 years ago

Elon Musk blames 'anger' for calling Thai cave diver a 'pedo,' apologizes

"D. good, morning I'm John Shafer to people are in custody after a police chase that began in nyc county early this morning that ended in south west Las Vegas that chase. Involved Nike deputies and the Nevada highway patrol suspects were stopped and taken into custody in the intersection of rainbow and Tropicana. Construction worker working at the site of the new raiders stadium here in Las Vegas was injured on the job yesterday morning Clark county fire responded around five forty five to the site the worker was lowered from an upper floor by. The tactical rescue team and taking the UMC President Trump says he misspoke when he said in Helsinki that. He doesn't see why Russia would have interfered in the two thousand sixteen election this. Is what President Trump actually said at the news conference in Helsinki on Monday People came to me Dan. Coats came to me and some others they said they think, it's, Russia, I. Have a President Putin he. Just said it's not Russia I will say this I don't see any reason why it would be. And here's today's clarification the sentence should have been I don't see any reason why wouldn't why it wouldn't be rush he added that he accepts the American intelligence communities conclusion that Russia interfered in the election but he did deny that his campaign. Had colluded in that effort Shelly antler Washington tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk is apologized for calling a British diver involved. In Thailand cave rescue a pedophile musk says his words we spoke in anger after Unsworth in TV into you had accused the tesla founder and SpaceX engineers of orchestrating a PS stunt was sending a small submarine to help divers rescue. The troll ties soccer players and their coach from the flooded cave Musk's Sunday Twee Later deleted sent investors away from Tesla's stock which fell. Nearly three, percent Monday. But recovered four point one percent on Tuesday Unsworth told CNN earlier this week that, he, was considering, legal action I'm Sarah shaklee there..

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Taliban, Kandahar and Molasses Park discussed on Laura Ingraham

Laura Ingraham

00:36 sec | 4 years ago

Taliban, Kandahar and Molasses Park discussed on Laura Ingraham

"D. Good morning I'm. John Shafer a man was shot while walking in molasses park early, this morning the man walking with a woman in. The park when gunshots rang out couple ran to a nearby supermarketing, call frail the victim is hospitalized in. Stable condition no suspects are. In custody Taliban insurgents attacked police checkpoints in, southern, Kandahar province killing nine. Police officers seven other police were wounded late Monday in that attack in August in district twenty five Taliban, were killed fifteen others wounded in that battle Augustan is one of the volatile districts in Kandahar close to the. Pakistani border Amazon is hoping customers don't see any more. Dogs today.

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