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Klay Thompson has 17 points in return, Warriors beat Cavs
"After after missing missing two two and and a a half half years years to to recover recover from from a a torn torn left left ACL ACL in in game game six six of of the the twenty twenty nineteen nineteen NBA NBA finals finals Klay Klay Thompson Thompson made made his his return return as as the the warriors warriors beat beat the the Cavaliers Cavaliers ninety ninety six six eighty eighty two two he he scored scored seventeen seventeen points points on on seven seven of of eighteen eighteen from from the the floor floor and and three three of of eight eight from from three three point point range range the the highlight highlight of of the the game game with with an an emphatic emphatic dunk dunk over over to to Cleveland Cleveland offenders offenders late late in in the the second second quarter quarter I'm I'm just just so so happy happy I I could could even even look look at at the the stat stat sheet sheet and and see see my my name name there there and and see see the the shot shot my my shot shot attempts attempts makes makes all all the the steps steps that's that's again again in in mice mice to to that's that's no no good good but but at at least least I'm I'm here here because because the the working working took took to to get get here here is is it it was was incredible incredible Stephan Stephan curry curry led led all all scorers scorers with with twenty twenty eight eight points points the the cavs cavs have have lost lost five five of of their their last last seven seven games games Lamar Lamar Stevens Stevens with with seventeen seventeen points points and and rajon rajon rondo rondo added added fifteen fifteen off off the the bench bench Riley Riley Aung Aung San San Francisco Francisco
Paul has triple-double, NBA-leading Suns top Clippers 106-89
"Chris Chris Paul Paul led led the the way way with with fourteen fourteen points points a a career career high high thirteen thirteen rebounds rebounds and and ten ten assists assists as as the the Suns Suns defeated defeated the the clippers clippers won won all all six six eighty eighty nine nine for for Paul Paul his his seventeenth seventeenth career career triple triple double double and and he he says says there there were were a a lot lot of of things things going going right right it's it's got got a a lot lot of of guys guys out out you you know know we we went went on on a a lot lot of of guys guys come come back back so so different different guys guys stepped stepped up up and and it's it's a a great great team team member member Cameron Cameron Johnson Johnson had had a a career career high high twenty twenty four four points points and and seven seven rebounds rebounds the the sun's sun's serve serve one one nine nine of of their their last last twelve twelve they're they're not not the the first first team team in in the the NBA NBA to to reach reach thirty thirty wins wins Marcus Marcus Morris Morris senior senior had had twenty twenty six six for for the the clippers clippers George George cantor cantor Phoenix Phoenix
When Is the Best Time to Visit Bangalore?
"If people are planning their trip to bangalore. What time of year should they plan on visiting is. What's the weather like throughout the year and are are there certain festivals that maybe somebody wants to plan the trip around. A bangalore is a isn't all the time destination. You know that is no specific. Dying usually You know the bangalore's weather is very very pleasant because we are about a thousand meters abbassi level so that gives banglore You know an advantage in terms of weather art temperature remains between you know when i talk about fahrenheit it remains between six eighty eighty five throughout the year which is a very pleasant whether it's never cold over here and it's never too hot either. The only thing about bangla. Rather is the rain. It rains almost six to eight months a year but that rain is not very harmful. You know usually rains overnight. And it doesn't disrupt workflow but that rain brings lot of greenery lot of Drawn queasy to to the weather has a lot of trees A lot of gardens and also everything blows them when when when rain comes at banglar. Bangla becomes very very beautiful so people. Are you know who don't like rain. And all they don't need to worry about it. Because as i said you know most of the time it rains almost the entire night. And you're back to normal during the daytime so and the weather is very pleasant to the so you know. There's nothing like you know. You should not doing this time while that bang. It's all around the you can come anytime and and you can enjoy.
Chappo's Final Table Hand
"So in this case chapo are french. Roy gets dealt ten clubs and the ten of diamonds and raises a at this point. The blinds are at four hundred thousand. Eight hundred thousand. This is a final table as we say Raises one hundred and twenty thousand to two hundred thousand total. I think i screwed up the math or a little bit but the raise is one hundred twenty two two hundred two and a half to two and a half big lights. Yes perma forty seven decline stack. And that's really important because as you know when you get to the final table. The chip stacks are crucial. And it really matters. This is where. Icm pressure comes to play. We talked a bit about. Icm over the last few weeks and this is going to be a great example of that so We opened a two point five. We get a call. There's a three bet up to six hundred eighty thousand so about three about three and a half times the stock i thought it was like sixty brines Let me see what are as to we. Raise to two hundred thousand He makes six eighty so maybe seven. Okay okay yeah. Yeah that's been in. It reminds yeah. Yeah that sounds right. That's an hero calls and the original caller as will also calls so we're three headed going to flop and we get a an n. We are first action so we get a pretty good flop for pocket. Ten's flops denying and clubs three diamonds. Four of spades so as a rainbow flop on nine high with the low straight on the table but really not much else and in a three bet pot. That low straight shouldn't really be too much of a factor when you're when you're factory in people's hands can yeah. I think it's important to mention here. Because we're final table we've got a jumps with every position. We do have a short stuck on the table. They're not in this hand and there's a short stack with about ten big minds on so i think that's really important to note here because everybody else has thirty big blinds or more i think rate point and it and it really. I can't reinforce this enough. It doesn't matter that that player is not in the end because it's a final table situation just their presence at the table should affect troy's strategy in this hand because There's there's as we'll see. There's a real incentive for troy and the other players to let this player lose i And to ladder up and get a bigger payout so just like we talk about anticipation being skill. We can use pre flop knowing what the icm situation is is is on the you have to have in your mind not just with the players that are in the hand but just all the players that are at the table so in this case the flop comes ninety clubs three diamonds forest spades. Were holding ten ten. And i think we're going to be checking to the aggressor with almost our entire range or i would expect in a three bet plot like this. That's gone multi way and that's what cheer as what hero does Chapo checks the original caller checks as well and then the three better Makes a bet of seven seventy five about almost eight hundred thousand about half pot which is slightly larger than the original. Three bed Hero calls and this is the really interesting spot so then the middle position player who called in the first time re raises a shove so before we even get into the future action. The board is nine three and four. This player called an open raise. Then they called three bet then. They checked the flop and now they've shoved over the seabed so the better folds and it's back to us and we're sitting there with the the lowest possible over pair which i think we have uninterrupted By the action. So what are we thinking in this spot. There's so many things we could be thinking about. We could be thinking about where we are in distribution of our own range. We could be thinking about the range of the player that's made this Check shove What what else should be thinking about. And what was the top of our minds. Now you guys in word. This board is not real conducive to a lot of hand. It doesn't hit a lot of hands called pre flop. So when i see that shove i'm thinking either a larger over pair or a set 'cause i mean the you could have something like five six. But that's so unlikely to be calling this pre flop. I think
In The Heights and Colorism
"We're gonna talk about colors in latino and latina communities and yes. It's a conversation that was brought to the forefront last week after the release of the film in the heights. It's a movie. Adaptation of the broadway musical of the same name written by yada allegria hueys of politic prize winning playwright and the playwright enactor. Linneman will meet under so in the heights takes place well in washington heights were actually of course alexis joining us from it's predominantly dominican neighborhood. It's predominantly afro latino neighborhood but you know. I actually spent three years in washing deep from one thousand nine hundred eighty three to nineteen eighty six eighty seven. Those were interesting times most. Definitely i mean. I was on one seven one in fort washington and it was very dominican. Mind roommate was dominican but he was also. I was like i mean. Our parties were massive. Highway wait are parties were massive. Oh yeah i was hanging out with like letty. No phd's academics from columbia from city college and refugees and activists so people from inside by from nicaragua from cheer from tina from coup. All of these people were living in washington heights at the time. What i'm saying is that it's a community. What was incredibly vibrant and yes diverse in the sense that lengthy knows were staking their claim. They're predominantly dominicans better. They must felt safe living in that community. It was a latino community predominantly right right and we know even beyond washington heights. The afro latino population in this country is actually pretty significant. According to the pew research center in twenty sixteen when this came out approximately twenty five percent of all. Us latinos identifies afro latino afro-caribbean or of african descent with roots and latin america. So if you think about twenty five percent of sixty million people that's a pretty significant population and in another pew study from two thousand and nineteen five percent of all black. Americans identified as for latino which was a figure that doubled since two thousand
Bucks Blow Big Lead, Then Rally to Edge Nets 86-83 in Game 3
"The box blew a big early lead look like they were headed for another series loss but then got a late bucket from drew holiday to beat the nets eighty six eighty three holidays driving lay up with eleven seconds to go give the bucs a one point lead Khris Middleton added two free throws he had a team high thirty five points Jana sought a couple had thirty three Kevin Durant had thirty for the nets his desperation three at the horn bounced out the nets now hold a two one series lead they battled back from a twenty one point first quarter deficit check Freeman Milwaukee
Stars Carry Clippers at Mavs Again, 106-81 Rout Evens Series
"The only clippers rout of the Dallas Mavericks one oh six eighty one even up their first round playoff series at two games apiece with game five in LA on Wednesday the road team has won every game in the series clipper set the tone early led by nine after one by sixteen at halftime and coasted the rest of the way clippers held a mass to just thirty five percent from the field just five of thirty from long range why Leonard led the clippers with twenty nine points well look at dodges playing with a neck strain had nineteen to lead the man's Bob Stevens Dallas
Three Years After the Toronto Van Attack
"Remember i was working by myself so picked up the phone and it was. Just you know a frantic call. And i'm just thinking to myself like ho god like what. What sort of like verbal harassment. I have to go through right now. Was my first thought. Which now i feel completely guilty about but so she was just cold open like there's a van on the sidewalk and i'm like okay. Can can you tell me where young street. That's victoria williston. She was a traffic reporter for six eighty news. Back on april twenty third two thousand eighteen. You know i'm trying to figure out what's happening on. The is moving at stop stopped. And she's like it's running into people and my first thought was like. Oh god medical emergency because like we have that a lot as well where people have some sort of medical emergency and they drive off the roads that which is terrible ended up itself. But that isn't exactly like a. It's not a news call. So i'm still trying to talk to her figure out what's happening and having really i didn't escalate into the newsroom. Until she was like. Oh god it's coming back so i'm trying to talk to her on the phone issues like not screaming. She's just she's trying to get out the best. I guess the best she could and and immediately when she said that i was like. Have you called the police. And she was like no. I think i was just like okay. Maybe you should like i. I didn't know what to say i like. I don't know what to say. I don't know what to do like there's nothing i could do in my you know like five foot by six foot booth rated that that point it feel helpless this woman standing on young street. And i'm in this booth about to go on air being like. I don't know what to say so shoot off a little message to the newsroom. Just being like. I don't know what's happening but you guys need to call police about something on young street
Suns Get Big Night From Bench, Cruise Past Heat 106-86
"D. Andre eight and led the way with nineteen points and thirteen rebounds as the Suns overcame a thirteen point first quarter deficit to defeat the heat won all six eighty six despite off nights by Devin Booker and Chris Paul for reserve scored in double figures as the bench combined for a season high sixty five points Phoenix has now won ten of their last eleven games including three straight Jimmy Butler led the heat with eighteen points and eight assists towards here Phoenix
Tesla Stock Upgraded After 'Paradigm Changer' Delivery Numbers
"Our here and they were talking about an upgrade stock from canaccord genuity. We have new tweets from yuan over the weekend. A tokenism of tesla's stock some news on tesla energy and a couple other stories as well. That's the stock on the day to day. Finishing up three point six nine percent to seven hundred and one dollars ninety eight cents compared to the nasdaq slightly down on the day down. Four tenths of a percent possible tailwind on the stock today from an upgrade from jet door shy of canaccord genuity on tesla stock now reading the stock as a by up from hold an increasing his press target by more than one hundred and fifty percent from four hundred nineteen dollars per share all the way up two thousand and seventy one dollars cameras on cnbc today to discuss the notes that oil down to three things number one. The beat and delivery numbers thinks that will lead to greater profitability. Second are bullish on forty six eighty battery production opening up supply for tesla to continue to expand their business both in automotive but particularly in energy storage third tussles brand door shurmur saying quote we can only compared to apple in terms of the brand value tussles driving any energy market and quote in the actual note canaccord genuity says they see tesla becoming the brand and energy storage and creating an apple inc ecosystem with their multiple product offerings so that you actually have tesla energy and their model. They have a growing to what they say. Conservatively would be a billion dollars per year. Twenty twenty five. At five percent gross margin that would compare to twenty twenty levels of two billion dollars in revenue at about a one percent gross margin but gross margin was suppressed from twenty nineteen levels due to solar primarily solar roof which actually talk about a little bit later on so out actually expect more revenue. That's only doubling from the two-billion-dollar level here to four four to eight. I definitely don't expect that to say tusla for years. Once forty six eighty battery supply comes online. Tesla and four and using those numbers was already at a three billion dollars per year run rate for energy but it is really nice to see start to include and talk about tesla energy and their models
UCLA beats Michigan St 86-80 in overtime in First Four game
"Hi I'm a hockey has converted a three point play to force overtime and finished with twenty seven points as UCLA outlasted Michigan state eighty six eighty we knew we had to come out so I have a different energy defensive mindset and try to get try to get steals and transition John Walker the third scored a season high nineteen points in Texas southern came back from a thirty twenty halftime deficit to beat mount St Mary's sixty fifty two Drake earned its first NCWTS win since nineteen seventy one it's just a few superfoods scored twenty one points to the fifty three fifty two victory over Wichita state devante Carter made two free throws with eight point six seconds left lifting Norfolk state past Appalachian state fifty four fifty three I'm Dave Ferrie
No. 8 Alabama recovers from slow start to beat Georgia 89-79
"Hey Frank Alabama struggled early before coming away with an eighty nine seventy nine win over Georgia Herbert Jones provided two baskets in a nine oh run to open the second half pushing the Crimson Tide ahead for good Keyon Ellis drained a three pointer that put the tide ahead eighty five seventy nine with forty six seconds left giovane Quinerly led five tied scores in double figures with eighteen points John petty had fifteen Jaden Shackelford added fourteen Alabama finishes sixteen it to with the SEC matching the school record for league wins set in the nineteen eighty six eighty seven season I'm Dave Ferrie
iRobot spawned a whole industry
"Explain what i wrote makes. Sure i robot are if if you've heard of us or if you've heard of our product we make the roomba we we are the home robot back ours. We are the home. Robot company but our most famous product is the roomba which is a circular robot vacuum cleaner. It's certainly the one thing that people think about. When they think about our company we have a variety of other robots including mopping and over the years. We've done a but we've actually been around for thirty years. We've actually done a bunch of other robots in the security space in remote present space and toys. We've done a lot of stuff along the way but right now we are the home robot company and it's all about robots. Help people at home order the canonical challenges of building software for robots. Is that know not even building software for robots but just getting a robot to work it seems like getting a robot to cleaner room. How hard is that. You spend a motor. You create a vacuum you suck up some dirt and it seems like something you could act together in a weekend and you know. How can we gotta something weekend or a week or semester or whatever kind of a project you have in mind you can certainly get something moving with wheels with motors and kind of bumping around your house and doing a good job or good enough job on a rumor to in your house. And that's you know that's the first eighty percent of that seems like that's what's the i eighty percent of the problem and then i like to say then the next eighty percent is getting that actually work reliably in your house. All the time and the third eighty percent is getting it to work in your house in your friend's house. Maybe your parents house and a few other house has than you know the fourth and fifth and six eighty percents end up scaling that up to be something that works reliably in every house. All around the world no matter what floor surface people have no matter what wall configuration people have no matter what chairs people have or what weird coffee table heights. People have Just to get working in the the tricky thing that is the real world is kind of the hard part. And that's that's any robot that's any system has to work in the real world around the the systems that we feel our homes with. Why don't we see more widespread use of robots in the in the everyday world robots are heart robots are hard robots are expensive. We've been working. I robot versatile. I should say i don't speak for i robot i've i've worked there for seven years so i can. I can say a number of things that we've been working at a robot. I know they came out in two thousand three. I think and we've been working on it for a long time. And the robust goods very good robot but it imperfect and we're constantly making a better so it's it's not an easy problem and the economic such that. It's not an inexpensive problem either. It is not inexpensive to have a research team have a engineering team to make these things and it is not a inexpensive device to manufacturer and it is not therefore an inexpensive device to sell. I mean are robots have a variety of price points. I'm not going to comment on the economics of that. But you're not gonna find a five dollar robot that doesn't anything useful for you and you know. Depending on market penetration and how much disposable income people have their supply and demand. There's engineering difficulties. And that's one of the conversations all conversations around cogs which has cost of goods sold which is kind of drives a lot of the The economics the realities of the consumer electronics industry. Which is you're talking about robots in the home. then you're talking about consumer electronics. Which has a lot of similarities to your fitbit or your smart watchers smartphone. Or anything like that. Why was the vacuum such a good use case for modern robotics these stories. I've heard it at i. Robot is that we were doing of government contracts back in the early two thousands and few engineers decided to just try this thing. And they i think they actually did it without a without a vacuum. At first that's what i heard. They just used a sweeper. Basically a brush kinda like the sweepers that they use to clean movie theaters if you remember what. Movie theaters are where there's no vacuum. There's no suction there's no power but it's just like a little manual brush or maybe powered brush that spins and push dirt into the sweeper and the story that i heard is that They got to work and then they showed it to some different focus groups and i just wanna ask people like what. What do you think this. Would you buy this. How much would you pay for this. And then People said yeah. I pay more for it if i heard actually vacuuming if i heard you know sucking up dirt basically and so that i have no idea of stories true. I've ever heard that from a couple of old timers that i robot I saw some recollection somewhere online. I think but that is sort of the genesis of half accident. As as to how how the roomba was was invented and came to be and then turns out it actually worked well enough put vacuuming in there. And it sucks up dirt and it was a small enough constrained problem that it worked and it was successful in actually cleaned people's floors and was that was good enough. That people have been spending money on it. And you know frankly we. We kinda spawned an entire industry of vacuuming
iRobot with Chris Svec
"Chris spec welcome to the show. Thank you very much jeff. How you doing. I'm doing great. You work at i robot. Explain what i wrote makes. Sure i robot are if if you've heard of us or if you've heard of our product we make the roomba we we are the home robot back. Ours are the home robot company but our most famous product is the roomba which is a circular robot vacuum cleaner. It's certainly the one thing that people think about. When they think about our company we have a variety of other robots including mopping and over the years. We've done a but we've actually been around for thirty years. We've actually done a bunch of other robots in the security space in remote present space and toys. We've done a lot of stuff along the way but right now we are the home robot company and it's all about robots that help people at home order the canonical challenges of building software for robots. Is that know not even building software for robots but just getting a robot to work it seems like getting a robot to cleaner room. How hard is that. You spend a motor. You create a vacuum you suck up some dirt and it seems like something you could act together in a weekend and you know. How can we gotta something weekend or a week or semester or whatever kind of a project you have in mind you can certainly get something moving with wheels with motors and kind of bumping around your house and doing a good job or good enough job on a rumor to in your house. And that's you know that's the first eighty percent of that seems like that's what's the i eighty percent of the problem and then i like to say then the next eighty percent is getting that actually work reliably in your house. All the time and the third eighty percent is getting it to work in your house in your friend's house. Maybe your parents house and a few other house has than you know the fourth and fifth and six eighty percents end up scaling that up to be something that works reliably in every house. All around the world no matter what floor surface people have no matter what wall configuration people have no matter what chairs people have or what weird coffee table heights. People have Just to get working in the the tricky thing that is the real world is kind of the hard part. And that's that's any robot that's any system has to work in the real world around the the systems that we feel our homes with. Why don't we see more widespread use of robots in the in the everyday world robots are hard robots are hard robots expensive. We've been working. I robot versatile. I should say i don't speak for i robot i've i've worked there for seven years so i can. I can say a number of things that we've been working at a robot. I know they've roomba came out in two thousand three. I think and we've been working on it for a long time. And the robust goods very good robot but it imperfect and we're constantly making a better so it's it's not an easy problem and the economic such that. It's not an inexpensive problem either. It is not inexpensive to have a research team have a engineering team to make these things and it is not a inexpensive device to manufacturer and it is not therefore an inexpensive device to sell. I mean are robots have a variety of price points. I'm not going to comment on the economics of that. But you're not gonna find a five dollar robot that doesn't anything useful for you and you know. Depending on market penetration and how much disposable income people have their supply and demand. There's engineering difficulties. And that's one of the conversations all conversations around cogs which has cost of goods sold which is kind of drives a lot of the The economics the realities of the consumer electronics industry. Which is you're talking about robots in the home. then you're talking about consumer electronics. Which has a lot of similarities to your fitbit or your smart watchers smartphone. Or anything like that. Why was the vacuum such a good use case for modern robotics these stories. I've heard i robot is that we were doing of government contracts back in the early two thousands and few engineers decided to just try this thing and they. I think they actually did it without a without a vacuum at first. That's what i heard. They just use sweeper basically a brush kinda like the sweepers that they use to clean movie theaters if you remember what. Movie theaters are where there's no vacuum there's no suction there's no power but it's just like a little manual brush or maybe powered brush that spins and push dirt into the sweeper and the story that i heard is that They got to work and then they showed it to some different focus groups and i just wanna ask people like what. What do you think this. Would you buy this. How much would you pay for this. And then People said yeah. I pay more for it if i heard actually vacuuming if i heard you know sucking up dirt basically and so that i have no idea of stories true. I've ever heard that from a couple of old timers that i robot I saw some recollection somewhere online. I think but that is sort of the genesis of half accident. As as to how how the roomba was was invented and came to be then turns out. It actually worked well enough put vacuuming in there and it sucks up dirt and it was a small enough constrained problem that it worked and it was successful in actually cleaned people's floors and was that was good enough. That people have been spending money on it and you know frankly we. We kinda spawned an entire industry of vacuuming robots.
Jokic's triple-double leads Nuggets past Rockets 124-111
"The nuggets pulled away in the third quarter and one for the first time this season in three tries defeating the short handed rockets one twenty four one eleven Julio catch had his way with nineteen points twelve rebounds and eighteen assists member switching the I tried underside to they were gonna double teaming and helping a little but so it's just trying to find open not because of covert protocols the into rockets were without four players including point guard John wall nonetheless the nine guys who suited up hung tough until Denver closed out the third quarter with a nineteen to four spurred good for a one oh six eighty three lead James harden led all scorers with thirty four Bruce Morton Denver
Musk Email, Holiday Update, India, Panasonic
"Everybody round here and today. We're just doing a quick check. In episode. As i said my schedule's a little bit up in the air this week as i am taking delivery of my model three this week and celebrating holidays. Thankfully it's been a pretty quiet few days here as we head into quarter and usually that's not the case when i'm off but there are still a few topics i wanna cover shocking to everyone. I'm sure we have another elon. Musk leaked e mail. We have some news on tesla. India and a report on panasonic and tussles forty six eighty cells. Quick look at the stock after a long weekend. The market was closed for dana. Half at the tail end of last week for holidays so today opened a pretty exciting. About six hundred seventy five dollars but became much less exciting throughout the day tussle finishing up just zero point three percent to six hundred and sixty three dollars and a nice sixty nine cents. Nasdaq on the finish up zero point. Seven four percent catching up on volume over the last couple of days obviously market closed early on thursday about twenty two point nine million shares traded hands on that half day and then today monday started the week off with thirty one point four million shares. So those are both much lower than the one month average but pretty close to what we were averaging prior to the s. and p. five hundred inclusion announcement as for this week. The nasdaq will be closed all day on friday january first for new year's day but it will be open all day on thursday. The thirty first new year's eve day aren't so let's start off with this elon. Musk leaked e mail. As we had predicted earlier we should be expecting to see something like this. Towards the end of the quarter that has now come to fruition wishing electric on saturday publishing the e mail in full elon writes quote after today. We have just five days to achieve the historic milestone of five hundred thousand cars built and delivered. Please go all out to make it happen. This is a great milestone to rally the company around achieving. All the critics who as recently as two years ago said that we'd never make it also called our target of half a million in two thousand twenty quote unquote impossible. The heck with them. We are doing it. Particular help would be appreciated at end of the line to ensure cars built now are able to be delivered immediately without any further improvements and beady eye as there simply isn't enough time to do so. Hope everyone was able to spend some time with loved ones. This holiday season and has an amazing twenty twenty. One yuan and quote believe pd either is pre delivery inspection. So he's just saying there's no time to fix the cars after their off the line so make it perfect from the start. These emails now have pretty much become like clockwork at the end of quarters i would say probably the most interesting part about this email is the lack of really anything all that interesting in it kind of what you would expect from him right like. Let's rally around this milestone. If we go all out we can achieve it. Let's make sure these last cars off. The line are really good quality so that we can deliver them quick. I guess what. I'm trying to say here. Is that if things were going as smoothly as possible. This is the sort of email i would expect to see. Doesn't sound like there. Any major fire drills. It doesn't sound like it's a longshot. Doesn't sound like they're having issues delivering record numbers of cars. There's a lot here that is not said that could have been said if there were significant issues like that over the coming days we will of course continue to discuss delivery and production numbers pork. You for all go through detailed forecast sometime for at the actual numbers which should be somewhere between january second and january fourth. But my take going just off this email very speculatively. I think tesla had it in the bag by the time you on. Musk send us email i think. Five hundred thousand is a lock. And i think eon knows he knows this is gonna get leaked out. It has every single quarter for the last. I dunno five quarters out. He knows it's going to be seen. He's specifically rights five hundred thousand produced and delivered if ilan was on the fence about this if he was thinking okay maybe we can hit five hundred thousand produced but it might be a long shot to hit five and eight thousand actually just for logistical reasons. It would have been very simple for him with an email like this to put the focus on production and try to emphasize that narrative around five hundred thousand produced rather than also emphasizing deliveries. Here he's also specifically calling out which i don't know i mean it would be kind of a weird move to call out your critics and not actually hit that number that they were criticizing you four even if that is a good motivational tactic and even if there would be really good reasons for you not to hit it it would just be kind of weird to call attention to that and then go well actually we. We didn't even get there. We were close but we didn't get there so quite a few reasons there. I think you'll on visas lock and again. This was five days out for him to have that kind of confidence. I think they are likely to overachiever. By a relatively significant amount as for what that amount is again. We'll go through that and a more detailed forecasts later on this week. Good spot for a reminder to subscribe because again schedules a bit up in the air right next year i just wanted to briefly touch on at least offer update. That's been going out over the last few days. This is sort of the holiday. Update this is twenty twenty eight dot forty eight dot twenty six a few new features here. We're not gonna touch on all of them. The big changes seem to be a few new games. We have an update to the user interface on driving visualizations and then boombox which uses the external speaker to play either custom sounds or series of pre made ones but of course not all tesla's have that external speaker which meant for pedestrian warnings. Those started being installed. I'm not sure of the date but maybe somewhere between a year two years ago so those updates and then the other big one is probably the super charger display. There's a little bit more information in terms of how those show up on at the map now so reactions to this release have been mixed. I think a lot of disappointment out there that we did not see us significantly wider obese of self-driving beta quite yet based on eons previous tweets maybe a quarter or so ago. This was definitely around the time they expected that to go wider. But anybody is to surprised to see that date slip a little bit
Elon Musk Shares New Details on Tesla’s Battery Costs
"Moving onto the european battery conference interview with elon. Musk then that's was overnight about two. Am pacific time about a twenty minute interview and you did share quite a few things one of the things that caught the most attention at least on twitter today was elon. Musk's comments on long-term battery cost goals for tesla. So of course we heard at battery day. They aim to reduce those costs by about fifty six percent per kilowatt hour. So you on here. Finally gave us a dollar target. We had not heard that before he says quote the long term goal would be to try to get to a cost per kilowatt hour of perhaps around fifty cents or fifty five cents at the cell level for a long range battery and quote so you may have noticed the reason part of the reason this got so much attention today on twitter was because he on said fifty cents or fifty five cents per kilowatt hour at the sea level considering most estimates today put tesla above one hundred dollars per kilowatt hour down fifty cents per kilowatt hour obviously would be pretty insane so he llanos pretty clearly misspeaking there. Just run through a little bit of math year in case anyone has just a wild theory that maybe someday that would be possible. Nealon stock really long term. No that's not the case so to demonstrate that we can look nickel content in the battery pack for the model three that contains around thirty kilograms of nickel a kilogram nickel. Today costs about fifty dollars per kilogram. A little bit more. But let's just round down the scale discounts. You know whatever the case may be so. That's four hundred and fifty dollars of nickel in a battery. Pack for the model three assuming that seventy five kilowatt hours that works out to six dollars per kilowatt hour just for the nickel content in tesla battery so yeah that's just raw materials. There's no way they're ever getting down to fifty cents or fifty five cents per kilowatt hour. He also says at the cell level so even if you misinterpreted that and said that's a purse l. price of fifty cents or fifty five cents. Which will never make sense to quantify it that way. But let's say the new forty six eighties. There's going to be you know. Eight hundred nine hundred of those per mile three pack if each cell were fifty cents. You're then looking at a total battery cost of four hundred and fifty dollars but again just the nickel content alone costs around that much so pretty clearly ilan just misspeaking here any means fifty dollars or fifty five dollars per kilowatt hour so that shouldn't be too surprising with the math that we had worked through from battery day that fifty six percent cost reduction most estimates today. Put tesla at the pack level. You know somewhere around one hundred and five to one hundred and fifteen dollars per kilowatt hour so we can use these long-term targets and combine those with the battery percent reductions that we heard on battery day to get a gauge for those current cost estimates. But it's important to remember. That on here is talking about the cell cost and during battery day that fifty six percent per kilowatt hour reduction seven percent of that was actually four. Sell to vehicle integration. So i don't think we should be. Applying that percentage on this base cost here. So let's say than just at the cell cost level. They're targeting a forty nine percent reduction there if that's an accurate assumption that means yawns numbers here would imply that. Today's prices are somewhere between ninety eight dollars and one hundred and eight dollars per kilowatt hour at the cell level. So i don't know how much the additional cost to go from. Cell to pack would be per kilowatt hour but these do seem to line up pretty well with what estimates have been and can give us a lot more confidence in where tesla is currently and then of course. We're they intend to get to longer term with you on confirming that in this interview. So that means longer term you could be looking at a seventy five kilowatt hour. Pack costing just three thousand seven hundred fifty dollars versus today may be somewhere around seven thousand seven hundred so that's obviously very exciting for them locations for the car but one thing that i do also think is really interesting. Is the marginal impact of that as you. Add battery capacity because at that price. It just doesn't cost that much to add additional range adding twenty five kilowatt hours. There would only cost additional roughly twelve hundred dollars so in the case of a model three for example you could add an additional say hundred miles of range for only a final cost to the customer if you apply twenty percent margin on that of about fifteen hundred dollars. Obviously the batteries have to fit in the car. So there's going to be a limit. But i think as better costs come down. That limit is going to be more physical constraint versus pricing constraint.
Berlin Model Y Timeline, TSLA Stock, Consumer Reports Autopilot Ranking
"Everybody robbing our here and today we're going to start off talking about about Tesla stock obviously a tough day for the markets. Today, we have some news on Mata. Why from gigabytes win an update from consumer reports on self driving technology and some news on the Fiat Chrysler Tesla credit situation. So Tesla's stock today was down four point four percent to four hundred and six dollars two cents compared to the Nasdaq down three point seven percent. So I think most of that move tesla was macro driven the S. and P. Five hundred and the Dow Jones Index had their worst days since. June I don't think volatility should be expected. Of course, we're heading into the US federal election next that's on Tuesday and a lot of places. Today are attributing the down market to a continued rise in covid nineteen cases, and in some locations that is causing restrictions that had previously been relaxed to be put back in place. So for example, I'm pretty close to Chicago. We heard today or yesterday that they are closing down indoor dining, and as we head into winter, obviously outdoor dining can be a little bit less appealing. So that can have even bigger economic impact than it would have during. The summer months for example and places like Colorado there at restrictions, doing things like closing down gyms. So we're seeing this all happen at the same time as the election approaches we haven't heard much on another round of stimulus or other. We have heard a lot about it, but we're not seeing any action there yet, and all that seems to be weighing on the stock. But at least at this point in time I don't see a whole lot of fundamental impact for Tesla. I'd be really surprised if had to end up shutting factory again I think eons comments and actions last time. That happened would make it difficult move politically to do that, but it's also not outside the realm of Boston. So we'll keep an eye on things as they develop. All right next up here we've got a story from Tusla Roddy, and before we even get into this unrest GonNa, add a huge preface that this report is just based on one person's interaction with one tesla employees. So a Lotta Times, information like this can just be completely inaccurate, but we're also here just trying find any little tidbit of information that we can. So I do think we're talking about. So test the ratty got. A message from a reservation holder for a model. Y. In the Netherlands and this person told Tesla Rati quote this morning. I got a call from Tesla in the Netherlands with some questions on my order. In that conversation, the Tesla employee told me that they expected deliver my Berlin build model y in q one or q two of twenty, twenty one they had just received an internal update on the billing process and Berlin and quote. So if we again go back to you this nice little timeline that was put together by Toby lend on twitter, we can see that four. Giga Shanghai. It took about five months ago from the first walls being constructed to the first body and and then a little bit over three months after that for first deliveries if Berlin can stay on the same schedule which so far it's actually been a little bit ahead of schedule from what the timeline was for. Shanghai could be looking at the first body and white sometime in January, and then maybe first deliveries sometime around April or may even March, and again that's based on Shanghai and there does seem to right now at least be a possibility of Berlin dragging even faster the other recent information. We got here was from the earnings call when dramatically no. When asked about the use of the pilot for forty six eighty cells and Fremont said quote we can use our pilot production facility in Fremont to support the new factory and Berlin as it ramps and quote. So within twelve months Tesla. Hopes to get that pilot lion to ten gigawatt hours of annual battery production that's a hundred and thirty three, thousand, seventy, five, kilowatt hour packs, and while it's not going to media, we hit that rate it shouldn't be too long from now where the output is you know maybe thousand or two. Thousand packs per month that would seem to hopefully track nicely along with the model why ramp up in Berlin. So again, on book this, saying take this with a grain of salt but to me, this does seem like a pretty plausible timeline q one or to, and this is obviously going to be even more interesting than normal vehicle ramp up would be because of the new technology tesla will be using in the Monowai. From Berlin I think we're all incredibly curious to see what the specs on that vehicle are give thing just while we're on the topic of motto that I want to. Motto I production is just about to explode. Next year I mean think about Tesla said in the ten Q, they're trying to ramp model white production not only in Shanghai not only Berlin but also in Texas in addition to having production of the why in Fremont came out on production on model y over the next two years is going to be incredible and prices are gonNA, come way down on that vehicle as production volume and look Liz ation increase. All right. Let's move onto the next topic here. This is from consumer reports. This got a lot of media attention. Today we're not gonNA spend on the time on it, but consumer reports today came out with their rankings for driver assistance systems, testing such systems from seventeen different automakers, and they actually have Cadillac supercrew coming out on top with a score of sixty nine and Tesla autopilot coming in second with a score of fifty seven. So of course, a lot of attention on this. But as I emphasized in the beginning, this is consumer reports testing for driver assistance systems.
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"Six eighty W. C. B. M. on here along with my body as we do every week doctor Melissa said yeah so it's it's good morning good morning student yeah not enough coffee not enough coffee so I've been I'm good you look great thank you good how about you I'm feeling great thank you good good here so we'll talk about a lot of different things but the first thing let's touch base about is over the counter hearing dates yet we hear that a lot we DO you know there's a lot of news coming out about over the counter because it is a bill passed about these hearing aids are not gonna be regulated so over the counter devices have actually been for sale for decades they've been labeled peace apps are personal sound amplification system something along those lines to their not a true hearing aid but they're kind of pass it off as such and I've had some patients when they get a minutes a great back up and I have other patients with a literally spend ten thousand dollars on these peace sap devices and they don't work and if they just invested in hearing aids they would have done better I think peace halfpennies over counter devices are amazing and that the nice thing about having them regulated and coming out soon twenty twenty or twenty twenty one is that they are going to be regulated monopoly these junkie amplifiers that people wore so they're going to be kind of more honest systems that you're buying sure and I always compare to readers you know if I have a little problem leaders I can go by and and drug stores very inexpensive and that's what these will be even though they are still going to be a couple hundred to a thousand dollars a sad if I truly have a problem I should go see a doctor of audiology and that way you can see what my hearing loss is like and determine if these will be helpful and to this we're going to be carrying them in our offices to the for the same price that you're gonna buy am and and the big Bucks and you know target or whatever right you know they're gonna be the same because the only difference is is you're going to have some service provided with that so when needs these you come out you're gonna be able to get them from us and hearing a companies are going to have these over the counter devices to which are obviously going to be I think be better than you know some Sam sung in those and apple that will probably have something similar but the nice part is is that you're going to get the carousel sheet and so always going to go back to the which at you know hearing devices are widgets and the success you have is the care that you receive but if you truly have hearing loss he's over the counter devices running to be strong and free well it it also that goes to the next issue to where people go in and should they see a doctor of audiology which is what they really should do or do they go go to a big box store right and like I like to call him big box doc because you're not you're not getting the same type of care as you will definitely one and I think that's one thing that makes us really unique is that we definitely have that help you know holding can't approach which you need I mean when we treat hearing loss for treating our brain is not as simple as putting a device and letting it go and I think that's where the over the counter devices are going to be like yours is at its if you just have a simple.
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"By which any available news will be unveiled with more space to fill the newsman had to sell it ever more quickly news gathering turn to the news making and pseudo events spawned other pseudo events in geometric progression he wrote this is partly because every single event that is being planned tends to become ritualized but the protocol the rigidity all its own it is each type of sort of answer choirs this rigidity pressures arise to reduce other derivative forms of solar events which are more fluid more tantalizing more interestingly ambiguous you can see with this impeachment I forget about the west of low right now we're on to give out of it well you have a lot of it yeah and Taylor Taylor role yes Taylor nowadays he wrote the test of a Washington reporter selling his skill a precise dramatic reporting but more often has a deck there's a dark intimidation excuse me information he wishes to keep his news channels opening must accumulate a vocabulary develop a style to conceal a source's and obscure the relation of a supposedly Vander statement to the underlying facts of life the same time seeming to offer a hard facts this whole book on anonymous this whole op ed on anonymous all the anonymous sources much of his stock in trade is his own and other people's speculation about the reality of what he's reporting yeah it's great that very obscurity without which the supposedly lamination of reports would be unnecessary yes is exactly right the whole Russia collusion story was fill a propaganda one sort of an after another and that's what the Democratic Party press is all about they're very proud of themselves very proud of themselves the media inundate the public with news stories based on claims speculation and spin from anonymous sources are unattributed sources or leaks that typically support and promote their narrative I write nearly entire books critical the president his management style including by investigative journalist Bob would rely heavily on anonymous sources frequently the books and their authors themselves treated as news where then receive considerable subsequent news coverage like this whole thing on the view today we have four yet the screaming I don trump it's it's it's disgusting hello this meanwhile the public is unable to rationally judge the authenticity of these reports of books because they are unable to take the measure of those were supposedly providing the information to the journalists and authors I right whether they're reliable disgruntled have an axe to grind or whatever this is exactly the point about the so called whistleblower one able to take the measure this birth whether they're reliable disgruntled have an axe to grind what have you really quite outrageous porcelain maintained we spend much of our waking hours living in a world of unreality fashion by among others the press he wrote the American citizen that lives in a world where fantasy is more real than reality with the image has more dignity than its original we hardly dare face are be well in it because our ambiguous experiences so pleasantly iridescent the solace of believing contriving ology is so thoroughly real we become eager accessories to the great hoaxes of the age these are the hoaxes we plan on ourselves he said what ails us most is not what we have done with America but we'll leave sift substituted for America we suffer primarily not from our vices are weaknesses but from our illusions we are haunted not by reality but by those images we put in place a reality to discover our Lucien will not solve the problems of the world but if we do not discover then we will never discover our real problems to dispel the ghosts which populate the world of making will not give us the power to conquer the real enemies of the real world the real world it may help us discover that we cannot make the world in our image it will liberate us and sharpen our vision we'll clear away the fog so we can face the world we share with all mankind good advice but is there any indication that the Democratic Party press will accept it now I'll be right back van this is mark Livin on talk radio six eighty W. CBM check out and check into the rightly updates with bill all.
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"Have more for you next week more information with doctor Melissa Segev be sure to join us next Sunday morning on Jeff Michael's on talk radio six eighty W. C. a B. M.. warmer temperatures force here today were starting out cloudy. sunshine as we get through the day today temperatures climb up to the mid eighties this afternoon mainly clear skies tonight. sunshine and warmer Monday upper eighties to near ninety tomorrow afternoon it'll be cooler on Tuesday mix of clouds and sun highs near eighty Tuesday afternoon sunshine even. Thursday upper seventies urologist Ken boon from the weather channel for talk radio six eighty W. CBM the following program has been pre recorded for broadcast at this time. this is talk radio six eighty WCBS it's time for a few minutes with audiology associates where silence is not golden Hey good morning I'm just Michael's on talk radio sixty cents of truth is sponsored by.
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"Six eighty W. CBM another son day morning with doctor Melissa said again from audiology associates was silence is not going I do it for your benefit is that right good morning. good so we're here today to talk about the hearing loss trouble that our listeners might be having kind of cover Landa stuff too so let's start with sound is somebody safely remove wax from their ears and I'm sure people are. yelling at the radio. I now and everyone comes in and it's it's funny because I'm like Restylane that the first thing they say was was probably just ear wax but they need to go into their struggles you know and and so Iraq's Kendall about the worst thing to do is use a Q. tip nothing smaller than your elbow should ever going to not heard that before yeah and so what how wax starts as waxes produce some from sebaceous oil glands at start by the drum and so by the time it works out of the year if you don't use anything what should happen is the watches falls out when you're sleeping showering you don't even see it says right small but if we use Q. tips and we jam that lacks back in and it can't work its way out and sometimes people have narrow canals so they have normal wax production but the narrow can now makes it harder for it to come out and so that's also when you can get actions you know the the first thing I would say to do is check with an audiologist or your primary care physician to make sure that there is an infection in the year that you might think is wax but it's really something more and to make sure that your your gums and tapped before you go to any treatment and once that's been cleared and your primary care doctor might say you know your wax is really hard it's been in there a long time let's so get and so what we they do is they'll poor easy to approx ID solution into your ear you buy it over the counter it's called that Brock's and that was that you're here for about three to five minutes and then that's great to soften the wax but the most important component is a flash so then you want to get yourself and your syringe again you get it at your local drugstore and you give yourself about ten to fifteen good squirts of room temperature water if it's too hot or too cold you make yourself a little dizzying you'll spend for just about a minute the room temperature is a little more mild and what that does is that what you're a gate that you're so you get all that wonderful stuff out if it's really how you might have to do that every day for a week and then if you're really prone to wax and I recommend to my patients doing it once a month once you're comfortable with that system and you know you're you're is healthy but the first thing is always to make sure that it's not infections that had that to what people think it's wax and really there's an infection in the year and that should not be removed by you that should be treated so if you have a problem with.
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"Most powerful names in talk covered right here on talk radio six eighty W. CBM Baltimore so like the heart of summertime here Baltimore with temperatures in the mid nineties for Wednesday sixty seven overnight tonight ninety five on Wednesday with a stray storm isolated storm Thursday ninety two with a cold front comes in and drops the numbers up for Friday with highs near seventy seven the weekend will be back up into the eighties and nineties return to our forecast for early next week so what even the calendar says September like the heart of summer I mean urologist got more and more from the weather channel for talk radio six eighty W. CBM man how can you afford gas for that big SUV I pay less with gas and everyone else I got the free get up so I guess that begin with the twenty five cents a gallon cast back every time I buy gas. you get up to twenty five cents off per gallon with the free get upside gas sap while I'm paying full price you know we people aren't over a million dollars last year you just got to take a picture of your gas receipt and bring him up to twenty five cents a gallon cash back if you want to tell me twice on downloading the free get upside gas out now download the free get upside app now in the apps store or Google play to save up to twenty five cents a gallon would you buy gas use promo code up for a twenty cent a gallon bonus on your first tank that's up to forty five cents a gallon on your next tank just download the free get upside app at the app store or Google play and use promo code up save money on gas on every fill up download the free.
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"One Russian asset. the concern that his identity could be it's. she was a source for it is are currently an investigation into how. the media. reporting the reporting is material inaccurate and you should know as a former senator I don't talk about things like this very often it is only the occasions when there's something that I think puts people at risk for the reporting is so egregious as to create enormous receive notice this record I even common in the way that I just did and I won't say anything more about it another see I put out a statement suffice to say that the the the reporting there is factually wrong yeah I have factually wrong in fact the CIA slammed the C. N. N.'s misguided and simply false reporting. miss guided in simply false reporting fake news again. the CIA came after them big time that a review can all this because it's wrong and when the fact of the matter is that the CIA officials made the decision in late twenty sixteen to offer to extract the source from Russia weeks before trump even took office and CNN doesn't even mention that now the purported spy he refused the twenty sixteen offer of extraction citing family concerns but the CIA pressed again months later after more media enquiries threaten the source and he then finally relented. in fact it was all the media pressure. who put on this guy that eventually now led to him having to be I guess withdrawn to come home. and yet the entire CNN narrative is that Donald Trump in a meeting in the oval office Bob let out a blabber about some things with some high level Russian people and then at that moment they said oh we have to it we have to extract the spot in the middle of twenty seventeen they were trying to get this guy for months added there they were trying to get this by out of Russia for months. the details you see the two guy like Jim zero it see it and it's not important that's not what's relevant here what's relevant is just trying to say that our truck was involved that's all that's all the trouble for them Sherri officials worried about the safety. and may the arduous decision in late twenty sixteen to offer the to extract the source from Russia the situation grew more tense when the informant at first refused citing family concerns twenty sixteen trump wasn't president twenty sixteen. see an endo that could somebody let's see and I know the fact the president president was running for president twenty sixteen he was elected in twenty sixteen but he wasn't president yet in twenty sixteen. and yes when he became president in twenty seventeen it wasn't because of anything he did there was all this stuff this top spot I did before the president ever took the oath of office. how tiring is this fake news how tiring is is get you wonder why when president trump goes out there and says over and over and over again this is fake news and CNN is the worst of the fake news. there you think about it from this perspective right all day yesterday and even today people running around saying that Donald Trump can't be trusted with sensitive information that the president can't hear classified information because he'll he'll leak it himself he'll leak it and then spies will have to be taken off their post spy's wife to be taken home sent home because the president can't even keep his mouth shut he'll have the Russians in the room and I'll say things that they can't hear and then I'll have to start taking spies off the streets deeply embedded that's weird. and nobody at any point stop to say whoa whoa Hey you know this this guy they were trying to get this guy out out of Russia and twenty sixteen for a number of reasons including maybe the fact that he might of been a double agent. maybe he was compromised maybe they thought the Russians were Killam all kinds of different reasons what was your bomber ministration who did all this and I have other questions to the Obama administration also do this as part of their ongoing efforts to try to suggest that the trump administration was colluding with Russia was that part of what their their idea was on this wasn't she was your bottom ministration also try now to get this media narrative out there and the media's happy to run with it even in twenty sixteen because again they want to people talking about Russia the problem though. is that it wasn't until after the election really when Russia became a problem when Russian collusion became a problem it wasn't until Donald Trump won the presidency that Russian collusion became a problem if you remember in fact prior to election night everybody was turning around saying well Donald Trump accept the results of the election if he loses and Hillary Clinton wins I was actually a debate question if you remember but then when Hillary Clinton lost suddenly that became Russian collusion. meanwhile they're trying to get this by home not because the spy has anything to do with Russian collusion with Donald Trump try to get him out of Russia for reasons that have nothing to do with Donald Trump. but there CNN try to blame him again blame the president once again and you wonder why the president calls and fake news and you wonder why so many Americans have lost absolute faith I've ever had any and CNN which really should go back to just talk about missing planes and hurricanes and stay out of politics because they keep getting it wrong over and over and over again eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one it's the mark Levin show the great ones off rich is the only from W. 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"This is doctor Tom moronic sitting in again for my son Thomas a lot of things to talk about what a weird week the jobs report comes out it shows the economy is really slowing down what's the light and primarily because the trumps tariffs what's the likelihood of this is going to impact the elections are we going to have a recession the disaster in in in the Bahamas I mean it is a humanitarian crisis we haven't seen probably since World War two it's just just that and trump takes three point five billion dollars from the military for his wall and the military comes back and says oh yes but Congress you'll you of you the Democrats it's your fault and you got to give us the money back so basically they're saying if you're if you want to support the military you got to give us back the money we just gave trump for his wall we're sorry but all of these things in your thoughts Tom Moore sure four one oh nine two two six six Saito. this is talk radio six eighty W. CBM get ready for the real deal Baltimore time now for that Tom Moore show. back to top more sure four one oh nine two two six six eight a couple real princess doctor park about first of all the jobs report came out hundred and thirty thousand new jobs actually ninety six thousand if you don't include the this the new the temporary census workers that are gearing up for the two thousand twenty census up everybody including the Wall Street journal including the the federal reserve everybody is saying that the thing that is driving that's mostly because in this or that as the trump terrace because where the the big drop in in employment was in manufacturing because those companies can't aren't or cutting back on hiring because of the the terrace anyway we're by wonder what.
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"Bob the guns yes they are I just want to make your point it seems like this never comes up why don't they just enforce the laws as they have they have some pretty good laws but I think it's a real lack lack on their part thank the gun sellers and so on don't you know follow through right I believe that's where we would have to have a psychologist in the gun shop no I'm saying yeah well again we we have we have a plethora of gun laws in this country and I would argue very few of them have a significant impact of any kind because they're not actually focusing on the clauses if somebody somebody Gary somebody wants to do evil they're going to do evil yeah I mean it it matters very little if they do evil with a gun or if they do evil with a knife their number case that accompany Great Britain of mass murders with some guy using a knife or a butcher's knife or whatever and he is so if somebody wants to do evil they will do evil and the protection is not to disarm the potential victims is to make sure they are armed and trained and able to protect themselves yeah you know as as my friend you know runs with used to say a a well armed society is a polite society we would be better if we were polite thanks for the call back when the west days right you got it cancer call pressure yeah sure why don't also they categorize like you were talking about morality in the world and you know how the the pattern been more now seems like your gigs that the human being the way they are but while the call out as false witness it seems like the Democrats have a ball with the flat for what they do but that has no impact on them and sheeple they've convinced to believe as they believe which is you know you can do pretty much anything you want not feel guilty about it because it's you know morally relative of calling somebody for false witness only matters if they believe in the concept of the punishment for Perry false witness look at it I mean when it Romney was running for the presidency Harry Reid a fellow church member wide about him he he committed false witness against against Mitt Romney he knew he was doing it one after the election he was asked about it he said we have worked in that there's no guilt there got to go thanks your call appreciate it Bruce always show talk radio six eighty W. CVM what about a good guy the friend of mine man dies in the brick Davis he's the owner and operator of the American bullion center tomorrow and he wants to buy your old and antique gold jury your state diamonds your coin collections old currency of the you know the current you have sent or the house from when you were DB Cooper way back long time ago sterling silver items sets of flatware and hollow were pocket watches old wrist watches and any and all of your gold and silver bars and.
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"Six eighty W. CBM another son day morning with doctor Melissa say again from audiology associates were silence is not going I do it for your benefit is that right good morning good so we're here today to talk about the hearing loss trouble that our listeners might be having yeah cover Landa stuff too so let's start with sound is somebody safely remove wax from their ears and I'm sure people are the only good to radio yeah hi I now and everyone comes in and it's funny because I'm like Restylane that the first thing they say was was probably just ear wax but nice you to go into their struggles you know and and so Iraq's can build up the worst thing to do is use a Q. tip nothing smaller than your elbow should ever going to not heard that before yeah and so what how wax starts as waxes produce of from sebaceous oil glands at start by the ear drum and so by the time it works out of the year if you don't use anything what should happen is the watches falls out when you're sleeping showering you don't even see it says very small but if we use Q. tips and we jam that lacks back in and it can't work its way out and sometimes people have narrow canals so they have normal wax production but the narrow can now makes it harder for it to come out and so that's also when you can get actions you know the the first thing I would say to do is check with an audiologist or your primary care physician to make sure that there is an infection in the year that you might think it's wax but it's really something more and to make sure that your your gums and tapped before you go to any treatment and once that's been cleared and your primary care doctor might say you know your wax is really hard it's been in there a long time let's so get and so what we they do is poor easy to approx I'd be solution into your ear you buy it over the counter it's called Deborah **** and that was that you're here for about three to five minutes and then that's great to soften the wax but the most important component is a flash so then you want to get yourself and your syringe again you get it at your local drugstore and you give yourself about ten to fifteen good squirts of room temperature water if it's too hot or too cold you make yourself a little dizzying you'll spend for just about a minute the room temperature is a little more mild and what that does is that what you repeat that you're so you get all that wonderful stuff out if it's really hard you might have to do that every day for a week and then if you're really prone to wax and I recommend to my patients doing it once a month once you're comfortable with that system and you know you're you're is healthy but the first thing is always to make sure that it's not infections that had that to what people think it's wax and really there's an infection in the year and that should not be removed by you that should be treated so if you have a problem with that call doctor Melissa Segev today at nine.
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"Welcome back sitting in for Bruce this week I want to get into some more specific information that we can take a look at it bring it to the local level on what I'm talking about I mean if there's anybody out there that pays any attention to the state of the union and to the news and doesn't understand that the radical leftist trying to take this country over and change it and I mean really change it well it is it you just don't get it okay but the fact of the matter is that is what is happening with the definition of cancer is when a disease and there is a healthy body and changes it destroys it sometimes even murders okay well that's what this is all about this is a healthy great exceptional nation we have people out there you see it every day watch TV watch the presidential debates make it clear A. O. C. and the Congress make it clear I mean are there any doubts left whatever doubts there were they've been white the way but anyway I wanna get back once again to this question about president trump being blamed for everything but in particular the shootings because he makes racist comments and anti immigrant comments he doesn't make he's never made an anti immigrant comments since he's been president our candidate he has said that he wants the rule of law a strong border and stop illegal immigration that's not the anti immigrant that's part of the big lie and yeah but look at Baltimore city for example Balmer city is record breaking murders seven hundred shootings here and would it be fair on a parallel to blame the mayors and the city council members and the particularly the state legislators the city delegation would be fair to blame them well I got to tell you it would be fair it would be a lot more fair to blame them for the situation that it would to blame the president for the shootings in el Paso and date and I'll give you the details on that just a minute first of all if you want to join us at four ten nine two two sixty six eighty or one eight hundred nine to two sixty six eighty take a call from Bonnie Bonnie good morning hi how are you I'm doing great okay quick thing and then I have another question well neither one channel thirteen news they were they had showing the all I had a little Volkswagen because that was used in fact aren't yes and one thing I almost jumped out of the chair I thought I can't believe what I'm seeing at one side of the day at they had drawn and it was on the original band as well well that was the original then would have nothing to do with isis hi my name is in nineteen sixty nine isis did not exist so why what would that be one that day and for I have no idea I I would say this I'm not sure about this and if I'm wrong I'm wrong but I believe Bob Hieronymous had something to do with the original van in terms of his artwork and I'm sure Bob would not know anything about ISIS during that time period of course I don't know because I didn't see the TV peace I don't know if we're talking about the same van surprisingly it was one of the original one well I think that would be associated with the doctor Bob Parana miss there's over Bob or somebody could call here correct me about that if I'm wrong but I thought that's I thought that's what happened but anyway what else is on your mind Bonnie okay all these liberal democratic communists Michael yeah I think what they're saying about our president I'm just so I write about that how can they see in their own had literally right his life one is they have and they certainly that we certainly have increased the environment where had it there would be a more dangerous threat to his life by all of their big lies and violent rhetoric there's no question about that but anyway yeah well when we come back after the news Bonnie I'm going to address this and I'm going to say that the Baltimore city politicians are technically actually responsible for the lawlessness in Baltimore city on like the president who is not responsible we'll be right back now keeping you connected with the latest news this is talk radio six eighty W. C. B. M. and W. C. B. M..
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"In one of our one of the nine states without a traditional income tax you can expect your home state like here in Maryland yeah they're doing you in real time as well not now Maryland doesn't tax social security or railroad retirement income at Kiplinger rates Maryland as one of the least tax friendly states to retire it actually was the worst tax friendly state yeah fire is all fifty states we beat out New York so you want that retirement income plan to be as tax efficient as possible sure you do yes savers love these tax deferred retirement accounts like Uriah reason for one case because yeah I think about the contributions to the plans generally reduce your taxable income saving you money on your tax bill that particular year but and the savings the dividends and investment gains continue to grow tax deferred however tax deferred is not tax free no it's not you know what what many tend to forget is that they will pay taxes down the line when they retire and start taking withdrawals in and that those taxes apply to their games and their pre tax or deductible contributions at some point you you must withdraw money from your account required minimum distributions kick in at age seventy and a half for holders of conditional irate and for one case yeah and and the knuckles knuckle heads this is pending legislation down there in Congress to change that required rate of a distribution age right now as we speak from from seven and a half to seventy two were age seventy five but who knows what they're going to decide on but whatever you should always consider Roth IRA conversions if you think the taxes will be higher down the road we were talking about Elizabeth Warren's wealth tax and it's gonna it'll trickle down to middle America you betcha well if she gets a if she gets her way but yeah especially if he's not go ahead liberals get elected rock higher rates come with big long term tax advantages they contributions to Ross are deductible but the withdrawals down the road will be completely income tax free yeah you're talking about that I was talking to my grandson today Mister no a Rogers and who got his most recent report card and again got it straight a delicate straight days again always twenty twenty five one five I would I would consider that an investment it well you know I'm talking to him now but visit with us hello this is no he's eight years old but you know what will well we do have a plan yeah I know as we say plan is a plan yeah I'm proud of it now you should be proud of and I think that's wonderful yeah no no you're listening to your favorite conservative talk radio station six eighty W. CBM right here in your A. M. dialed this is safe retirement solutions I am rubber rowly and we're coming up I've got to tell you the client time time flies you know we're just slip with but stay too because we got.
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"Radio six eighty W. C. B. I'm good Sunday morning I am Geoff Michaels I'm with doctor Melissa segera from audiology associates were silence is not gold and so we were talking about safely removing wax from your ears yeah let's talk about hearing loss that is permitted I think that's on a lot of people's minds yeah because they start losing hearing as I can I get those back yeah so permanent hearing loss to me because I'm a variety of factors one is the most common is aging just the natural aging process that's cut press because this and that is just where our hearing other Coakley a gets damage from age what's it what's that word again our Coakley as our hearing again press press with Goossen disappearing loss to the natural aging process like an Italian dish it does but that's a more permanent hearing loss because that that hearing loss is not reversible and that is called sensorineural so we have three different types of hearing loss we have conductive sensorineural and then we have next which is a combination of both conductive hearing loss is always going to be for sometimes reversible not always but usually the conductive hearing loss is because from maybe ear infections are middle or fluid you could have a hole in your ear drum we have three small bones in the middle your sometimes they can also fire harden and that's what to school recess and again that's sort of permanent there might be a surgery to fix that so conductive hearing loss can be also a combination of wax that can build up in the air and that's blocking the sound transmission and the mix is both so maybe you have wax enter into an oral hearing loss or any infection and hearing loss as well so permanent hearing loss can also because from noise exposure we hope after you've been if you went to a concert you leaving your muted and you're ringing in your ears that we hope this temporary that's quite a temporary threshold checked and that should return within forty eight hours but sometimes that doesn't happen and then we considered that a prominent special just from noise exposure so again permanent it's going to be anything that happened so the nerve is going to be permanent damn a lot of my patients will come in and say oh I I dive nerve damage has nothing to do about it and that's actually not true because all hearing losses nerve damage and there are lots of different treatment options for it and just finding out which ones appropriate for you so if you're having any kind of problem call doctor Melissa said gave today at four ten nine four four thirty one hundred for ten nine four four thirty one hundred four at eight a hi audiology dot com a loving to me in locations including Annapolis your Memorial Hospital yeah Towson so you're you're everywhere exactly so hopefully where an area that's convenient for you when you can come see us and we can check out your ear wax and see if there's any hearing loss show before it before we we wrap this up for this morning let's talk about diet medication and lifestyle yeah does that affect absolutely I mean any time were not healthy were more at risk for hearing loss so you know what example of smokers to have more he typically have more hearing loss because they're depleting the body of oxygen and that's going to damage the hair cells in our hearing or again and so most patients who smoke are going to have hearing loss in some point smokers are more likely and then yeah if we don't take care of ourselves were more at risk of hearing loss you know if we don't eat healthy maybe we have kidney disorders something along those lines you're more prone to hearing loss as well because we take medications and the system can't read it as fast from our system and that can cause a lot of some of those medications can build up and cause hearing loss so yeah typically the healthier we are the less likely we are to have hearing loss of the sometimes it is just an attic and we can't change that but if you are around loud noise you're more likely to have hearing loss certain medications are considered toxic meaning that they're going to damage your hair cells and cause hearing loss you know there might not be an alternative to those a lot of them I uses chemotherapy agents but they are important to keep in mind that maybe they can alternate doses and sometimes we monitor hearing what you take them it's interesting because you know it does affect everything but as you know you try and and be as healthy as you can yeah and that's only going to help you so yeah if you are having any kind of problems call.
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"My last fight a piece of their walls don't have to endorse you don't turn about's fair play right now it's open to contest line got a pair tickets you want to go see share the here we go again Tor Sunday December eighth at the TD garden in Boston be the seventh caller right now six one seven nine three one sixteen eighty seven call are in you're gonna see share for her in the here we go again to war Sunday December seventh at the TD garden in Boston always good to give away stuff on a Friday also sharing the tickets Hey we hope you enjoy punning today yeah I did we haven't even gone over this a one of you want me to read it to you I don't know if you saw that quickly I know is I am flying what skill one to ten VV a sap rocky was released from prison and on his way home to United States from Sweden it was a rocky week get him off the home a sap the second one is better than the first the fact that the president is doing that makes it all better though that's just funny and that's a lot better than his allies are coming street earlier today like all my god what was he thinking all right Scott would lease here I will host a wicked bites TV on us and we could bites radio right here and I am six eighty W. R. can we love talking food with you Scott as you well that is what you do that's how you put food on your table waffles just told me that tomorrow's national mustards day I mean maybe where are you going to celebrate that I'll go to my kitchen probably probably yep here's my question for you on national mustard already had a hot dog today with mustard does that count or should I well that's this isn't that's mustard day eve that's non mustard day what is your go to mustard hi I just like playing mustard I Dijon occasionally but you know I just like the regular so it depends on what a regular one if I'm doing like chicken tenders I need a honey mustard I do like honey mustard though yeah doesn't go on everything right but on a hot dog I don't really need a honey mustard I I don't think you would go well one no I want much more of a classic mustard or a spicy mustard probably but it you know it depends on the book and then there are those times when like if I'm making a sandwich I kinda want that stone ground but it still has the pebbles in their kind of deal like yeah got the it's got the seeds I want depending on like if I make it a real good Turkey sandwich with my wife's homemade bread I want a mustard seed mustard I wanna authentic like Stonewall kitchen type thing well yeah I I need to maybe maybe spicy brown mustard is is a pretty good one yeah yeah a lot a lot of times you go and get those with were very impressed souls now it restaurants and they they make their own little mustards what a cool I'm Erin mustard thing yeah I hope we never muster job I like a little heat but again I don't want to burn and but just a yeah I mean what did a writ national mustard day I'm fine with I can live with that and if it's going to be with a pretzel well then if that's what I have to do Scott that's what I I will you have to celebrate the day properly so yeah this you're gonna have to do it I'm looking at if I'm not gonna feel awful if I don't but I might partake now here's yes second question for you because I know you've seen them what about mustard ice cream as there are unveiling today apparently I yeah I saw that I I put me in as a pass on that I can't imagine that would be good however yesterday I had a a pickled pizza the pickle pizza pizza Michael right you know it wasn't bad and they they said you know it started so really well at this restaurant called community often that they have to look at all yeah in Hampton and in Epping and eight they set up on the new menu comes out it's gonna be a pickle pizza and they're gonna do like bacon on top and I said now you're talking my language yeah Scott I'm in yeah it was it was good it was good but the reality is and we've been talking about this for years god but novelty is then right like you did it is if you that's not enough to go to KFC to get a chicken sandwich I need Cheetos on that's right so yeah no business has ever gone wrong doing something.