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SC's 2nd Largest School District to Start Enforcing Masks
"Starting today students in a major South Carolina school district will have to wear a mask to go inside the classroom Charleston county schools have already reported more than sixteen hundred cope with nineteen cases since the school year began and now south Carolina's second largest school district has figured out how to get around a state rule for bidding state funds from being used to enforce the mask mandate by using reserve funds students can get exemptions for medical religious or developmental reasons Charleston county plans to pay teachers extra to set up online classrooms for those who won't wear a mask I'm Jackie Quinn
The History of Neighborhood Witches in America
"Superstition was common in the late. Sixteen hundreds if something odd or unexplainable happened the automatic response from most people was to blame the supernatural but most scholars agree that these beliefs were merely excuses to help people deal with neighbors and family members that they didn't care for if you didn't like somebody. It was common to accuse them of witchcraft. In the most famous historical example of this the witch trials of salem massachusetts. We can see a clear pattern in the events. Many of those accused of being witches were wealthy and held religious beliefs. That were different from their accusers. Wants a subject was convicted. Their estate would be confiscated by the court and in a community that was known for property disputes grazing rights and religious arguments. That became a recipe for disaster. And what happened in salem happened. Elsewhere around new england just on a smaller scale neighbors accused neighbors constantly. Stories were told. Lives were ruined. It was the way of things. I suppose not ideal but also not uncommon in one story from exeter rhode island. A farmer was said to have been carting his lumber to market when a cat ran across the road for some unknown reason. This farmer immediately jumped to the conclusion. The cat was actually a neighbor of his. A woman who he insisted was a witch she had of course transformed herself into the cats in order to meddle in his business. This farmer though was fast on his feet not only did he see the cat running and then make the connection to his witchy neighbor but he then managed to pull out his gun. He was said to a fired. A silver bullet at the katz. Something well known at the time to be effective against witches and struck his target at that very moment according to the story be suspected which fell in her own. Home breaking her hip. In the town of salem new hampshire a man decided that his cow looked strangely different from how he remembered and he made the most logical conclusion he was. capable of. His neighbor was a sorcerer and the man had bewitched his cow folklore dictated the solution to he cut off the cows ears and tail and then burned them soon. After the farmers neighbor was found dead victim of a house
What is the Atvidaberg Sun Cannon?
"Some cannons have been around since the sixteen hundreds some of them were used on ships. The position of the sun triggered them to fire at almost exactly twelve. Pm so everyone on board would know what time it was in the seventeen hundreds. You might also have heard a son cannon in fancy park in england or france or even on a large estate where they were used to signal lunchtime in fact when son cannons were in style throughout the seventeen eighteen hundreds most of them were owned by european nobility and that how a son canon ended up in a small town in rural sweden the sun cannon in all to the body has its own tower. It's up on top of a hill and it looks like a fifteen foot tall version of a rook. That chess piece. that looks like a little castle. it's round made out of brick and there's a long narrow slot carved into the south facing side. It's been here since eighteen fifty three and it was built by the local barron and his family. The all those fats. These days it's cared for by a team of volunteers who call themselves the sun cannon club there a delightful gang of retired people who've taken responsibility for preserving the town's history but the whole organization is totally unpretentious and they're a little loosey-goosey when it comes to the foggy lor surrounding basan cannon but at least three different people including my grandmother told me this story back in the mid eighteen hundreds the barron and his wife took a trip to paris. Supposedly the baroness who was born. A commoner was terrified of boats so instead of making the relatively short trip across the baltic to mainland europe. They'd spent somewhere between two and three years. Travelling to france in a horse and carriage by finland latvia with wayne lia poland. You get the idea. I was able to verify almost none of the story. But i'm told somewhere between one and two kids were born on the way from sweden to france and when the family finally made it there and saw the sun cannon in a garden they thought would be kind of fun to have one of those to fire off parties back at home.
The United States Has Completely Surrendered to the Taliban
"The pentagon just announced that u. s. Commanders are coordinating with the taliban newt. Gingrich this week said we're essentially surrendered to the taliban. Now we're just negotiating the terms of the surrender. This is one of the greatest foreign policy disasters in the history of america. There's no other way that this can be described. it's unreal what we're witnessing unfold. This is guy calling the shots from sixteen hundred pennsylvania avenue or wilmington delaware or camp david depending on where he wants to go at any given time on evacuation. We agreed that we will continue to close our close cooperation to get people out as efficiently and safely as possible. We are currently on a pace to finish by august. Thirty first the sooner we can finish the better. Each day of operations brings at restore troops but the completion boggles thirty. First depends upon the taliban's continuing to cooperate. Allow access to the airport for those who were transferred were transported now no disruptions to our operations. There's only one chance twenty. Twenty two can't get here fast enough. Republicans democrats. Everyone needs to say enough of the
Understanding 401k Loans
"Half of all. Us workers participate in their employer's retirement plan about fourteen percent of those with 401k's borrow money from them understanding 401k. Loans is important both for those who already have alone and those who are contemplating getting one borrowing limits according to the irs. You can borrow up to fifty percent of your vested. 401k ballons or fifty thousand dollars. Whichever is less if you're vested balance is less than twenty thousand dollars. You can borrow any amount up to ten grand vested means you own it for employer matching funds that can take up to five years you are immediately vested in all funds that you put into the plan interest payments one of the unique features of a 401k. Loan is that you pay interest to yourself when you borrow money such as a home mortgage or an auto loan. The interest is paid to the lender when you borrow money from your 401k. You are the lender all interest paid comes right back to you and goes into your 401k account. Awesome right not so fast. Opportunity cost in the financial world. There's a concept known as opportunity costs opportunity. Costs is the loss of potential gain when one alternative is chosen over another in other words. It's what you would have received. Had you done something other than what you did. For example if back in the year two thousand you bought a carton of cigarettes instead of investing the money and amazon. The opportunity cost is sixteen hundred dollars what that can't be right. A carton of cigarettes today is about seventy five dollars adjusted for two percent annual inflation in two thousand. It costs fifty dollars in two thousand one share of amazon stock. Cost one hundred dollars today. It's worth thirty two hundred dollars when you borrow money from your 401k. The opportunity cost is the investment return. You would have earned. Had you left that money where it was over time. Investment earnings become earnings on earnings or compound interest something albert einstein dubbed. The eighth wonder of the world
Who Are the Pennsylvania Dutch?
"Journey with me now to southeastern pennsylvania the area around present day york and lancaster for this topic voted on by supporters at patriot. Dot com slash. Your brain on facts where you can get swag and bonus content and you totally should and i couldn't think of an intro this week so my name's moxy and this is your brain on facts in the sixteen. Hundreds most of the people living in that region were the native americans. The all gone quinlan. Pay the susquehanna knock and others by seventeen hundred or so. All that changed as the dutch and english try to lay claim to the land on either side of the delaware river a century after that settlers from europe horrid into the area and claimed even moorland. Many of these new arrivals were german. Speaking and they brought with them a number of different religious traditions. Although many of them were staunch lutherans and protestants. There were also amish. Mennonite and anna baptist be venerated the saints of the roman catholic church and used prayers and liturgical blessings for everyday activities when it came to matters of healing they often included consecrated objects and invocations in tandem with herbal remedies. Sacred symbols were invoked for protection of the family but more on all that stuff later. These germans in pennsylvania became known as the pennsylvania dutch. They weren't dutch as the previous sentence. Should have indicated so why the name the most common explanation is that dutch was a corruption of deutsche which means german. But it's at least as likely that it had to do with what the word dutch meant. At that time in eighteenth and nineteenth century english dutch was used to refer to the whole broad germanic region encompassing modern day netherlands germany belgium austria and switzerland at the time the pennsylvania dutch left europe germany. As we think of it didn't actually exist. It was an amorphous. Mass of duchy's kingdoms and smaller states. Let me throw a surprise third contender into the ring. Pennsylvania dight day ch- being the language of the community in question
Drunk Florida Man Really Screwed Up Child’s Daycare Pick Up
"And intoxicated. Florida man picks his child up from daycare and then comes back again to pick his child up from daycare is a great title. You just get the whole flavor of what this guy's about a florida man is facing child neglect and driving under the influence charges after an incident with his stepchild police in polaka florida. They say that reginal horner a great name. Reginald horner sounds like one of those names from like the sixteen. Hundreds reginal horner picked up the kid. From god's little creations daycare oh poor. God's little creations daycare god's creations and not in the hands of the best people. Unfortunately people like reginal horner like to throw a few back and then pick up their little. God's creation the daycare where you go and reginal allen go in and pick up gaza little creation which is also. Well it's my step child is technically not my creation. But it's definitely god's creation gonna go yet take your home. I don't know if it's a boy or girl in story and read a little bit. This wasn't a concern at all. That reginal horner was picking up the kid. From god's creations daycare until he returned a short time later looking around. Ask asking whereas kid is. He's looking around to pick up his kid. He told the employees. He didn't take the child yet. They said reginal. You came already. And you've got your little god's creation
How Much Does a Wedding Actually Cost?
"Experts project that twenty twenty one wedding costs will rebound what they were in two thousand nineteen if not higher so let's take a look at the twenty nineteen numbers. According to wedding wire the average cost of a wedding reception per couple was around. Twenty eight thousand dollars. Although i'd venture to say it was probably a little higher. Because according to the not here are the average costs involved with a wedding reception. Buckle up because it's a long one ten thousand five hundred dollars for a reception. Venue two thousand four hundred dollars for a photographer. Eighteen hundred dollars for a video for two thousand dollars for florist sixteen hundred dollars for a wedding dress. Three thousand seven hundred dollars for a wedding band twelve hundred dollars for a reception. Dj seventy dollars per person for catering and the average wedding in two thousand nineteen had one hundred and thirty one guests. I guess it's an odd number because of all the singles who want to go home or at least go to bed with a new plus one and that brings the total cost of food to nine thousand one hundred and seventy dollars. The rehearsal dinner costs on average eighteen. Hundred dollars five hundred ninety dollars for the invitations. One hundred dollars for the hairstylist hundred bucks for the makeup artist. Four hundred bucks for the party favors and last but certainly not least five hundred dollars for the cake that is a total of thirty five thousand nine hundred and seventy dollars to put that into perspective that the lot more than the down payment on one hundred and seventy five thousand dollar house or tuition for a year and a half at florida state university. It's a huge chunk of change. And again i would still argue that. Those estimates are probably low. I mean shout out to the bride. Who's spending one hundred ten bucks on a hairstylist. But if you're living in la you're probably spending five times that amount which brings me to an important point of course. These averages vary widely depending on factors like location. What time of year and even what day of the week it is. You're tying the
Exploring the Underappreciated Museums of Paris
"Let's talk about some of the museums that that i think are substantial but i think they're under appreciated What what is your take on the colonel fillet. The music have day is undergoing a big renovation. I actually haven't been there yet but it's going to be fantastic and it's a history museum. The history of paris and it has period rooms which are are very fun to walk through and just all sorts of of relics from hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of years of the city's history and you explained in your book the littler museums of paris. That barron houseman actually had something to do with the creation of this collection. Or 'cause houseman. I think of as the guy who who brought parasol of these grand boulevards and all of this uniform architecture where you've got the same amount of floors in the in the nice Slate roofs and so on Did he recognize that. All this development is going to bulldoze some of the heritage of the of the city. You know it's it's funny because he is. He's really criticized for destroying medieval peres but at the same time was was looking to create a place that would preserve some of the history and that actually incorporated elements from some of the buildings. He took down in. The carnival has more items than the liuw actually. So they've got plenty to show off in that museum. Yeah their reserves are insane. There's no bench and that goes back to the sixteen hundred and they actually took over a second. It's actually now To urban mansions that are combined by little walkway. So if you want sort of. Just your quintessential kind of historical museum for paris carnival as a good one absolutely now. Another one is the museum of the middle ages museum to clooney and that's actually built on the remains of a third century. Roman bath reminding us. That peres was a roman town. Yes it it is also something that that started from a private collection like a lot of museums did and has just grown and grown and is a really special and unique place to visit and it's never crowded it's amazing to me. It's exquisite art of the middle ages. This is the museum of the middle ages in paris was so important in the middle ages. And it's right there in the in the left bank. You can walk to it in ten minutes from all the touristy stuff you do in the latin quarter
Lumber Prices Dive More Than 40% in June, Biggest Monthly Drop on Record
"Prices are up like four hundred percents as compared to eighteen months ago. You have a shortage of sawmills. You've shortage of raw. Lumber mills have been shut down due to cova all these other things that pile up and at the same time. You've had this increasing demand for lumber because people want bigger homes. People wanna do home renovations all these things. And so you've had this disparity between supply and demand which leads to increased prices. Well actually over the last sixty days. Lumber prices have come down about forty percent from their peak at one point. Lumber prices were up to sixteen hundred dollars thousand board feet which was a record more expensive price than ever actually down now as of i think last week closed at like nine hundred dollars for a thousand board feet now the two by fours the plywood everything you see at home depot still going to be more expensive than what it might have been three or four years ago but we are seeing that come down. We're seeing supply pick back up With help with people renovating their homes help with new builds It's just kind of really been just a short term problem. I don't think personally the prices are gonna go back to pre pandemic levels because that's not the way inflation works but it's kind of a nice little relief that we're seeing For some the home builders some of the people that are thinking about remodeling some of the people are thinking about buying a new home and wondering what's going to happen with prices of construction in the future. Come down a little bit. Which is i think a good sign. Yeah thank goodness i mean. That's that's needed. And i mean prices can't go forever road they want them to. So that is great especially since we have not been tori and lots of
CNN. Tesla Sales Rise Despite Problems With Chips and China . 34 Mins Ago
"Everybody power here and stay. We have quite a full slate to go through on the final day of tesla's second quarter. I cannot believe we are already heading into q. Three time flies today. We're talking about testing closing out. The quarter emptying showrooms today and delivering the first long range model s.'s. so we've seen the plaid deliveries. We've now got long range model hostelries as well i we've also got enormous chiming in a sort of last comments before q. To closes out news from hong kong. That's pretty interesting. An update on possible. Ev us federal tax credits. Some news on tussle energy Ruling on in ohio. On volkswagen and some news from canada on electric vehicles. So we'll start off with the stock. You're today tesla. Finishing down fifteen hundreds of a percent sixteen hundred zero percent to you. Six hundred seventy nine dollars seventy cents compared to the nasdaq pretty much right in line with where tesla was relatively quiet day. The nasdaq finishing down around that level. As well so as i said i long range deliveries here for the new model s. A great to see those get out. We had seen tesla stockpiling some vehicles at fremont on. It seems like some of those are finally now being delivered here on the final days of the quarter. Uh so congratulations to the new long range model s. owners and i've definitely heard some other reports of people getting plaid deliveries scheduled even for tonight. So tesla as usual going right up until the wire For the the quarter so we went through deliveries And production forecasts yesterday. I just wanted to provide a couple of updates on that. So we've been kind of tracking the sessile shanghai accounts As we've gone through the historical information shared by this account at has at times been relatively accurate. So that's why i've been sharing it. We're kind of following it throughout the quarter anyway. A few days ago this account had reported that key to sales were locked down sixteen percent. Well apparently they're not locked because now we've got a second update here today saying you it's s. q. On sales here. But the referring to sales in china being down eleven percent only and of course that's just domestic deliveries tesla has grown exports in jinan q. to So total production. In china in shanghai is going to be up but domestic deliveries may be down this account saying down eleven percent
The Bird Man
"The three massachusetts towns of abington rehoboth and freetown exist a triangular slice of land. That has become home to hundreds of reports of unexplainable phenomenon. It's known as the bridgewater triangle though. Some call it the black triangle or the devil's triangle. It might not be swallowing up. Fighter jets and colonial era ships like the bermuda triangle to the south but its history is just as storied and mysterious. One of the areas within. The triangle is the hawks swamp. It's a seventeen thousand acre wetland near bridgewater massachusetts in the sixteen hundreds it was inhabited by the wapping noah tribe of native americans and the fort. They built inside. It became a strategic location for them during king. Philip's war in sixteen seventy four one legend details how during this time of upheaval and invasion by the colonies. A powerful artifact was lost in the swamp. now. I can't find anything beyond a small wikipedia entry to confirm this but the story tells of how an object known as the wadham belt was lost during the war and as a result the swamp became the home to restless spirits. Ever since the swamp has been the source of nearly endless supply of unexplainable sightings one of the most dramatic and best documented reports was made by local police officer. Sergeant thomas downey on a summer night. In nineteen seventy-one downey was driving toward the town of eastern near a place known as bird hill that sits at the edge of the swamp as he approached the hill he caught sight of an enormous winged creature. Downey claims that it was over six feet tall and had a wingspan of almost twelve feet. After reporting the sighting to the east police he quickly earned the nickname of the birdman about you but it seems odd that a police officer would risk his reputation on such an unusual claim. If it was just a joke officer. He clearly saw something that night. Just what that thing was of course is open to debate
The Foragers Dilemma with Alexis Nikole Nelson
"Wanna ask you about your background. So i know you're not the first generation of of nelson or whatever surname. There is on your maternal side in this in the ohio. You've talked a bit about your mom's relationships with plants and what you learned from her. But i also know it goes even further back than that. So how far back. You want to tell me about how that kind of relationship with the land is part of your family. Oh absolutely so. We're very lucky because not not every person of color especially not every black person in the united states is lucky enough to be able to trace a lot of their familial history back on my mom's side of the family with her father they'd been they've been in the united states since the sixteen hundreds they were farmers in new england after the revolutionary war. And with my mom's mom's side of the family with my my nanna. She was a second generation. Cape verde an immigrant to the cape cod area and with a lot of bigger and immigrant families. A lot of them brought foraging practices with them and i mean my nanna was like working in the cranberry bogs in the nineteen thirties. To help better support her family and bats a whole lot of exposure to plant lice. But you just get to learn about with each passing day while you're out there so tell me more about that. She was picking the cranberries and selling them for a while. Picking the cranberries for a someone else's business which one of many reasons why i think being a forager of colour is very revolutionary as because nine times out of ten historically in even in the present day you're a person of color and are attending the land it is typically for someone else's game and that person tends to be richer and unfortunately often quieter than you and so when you go back far enough has some sort of connection to foraging because none of us would be here wasn't for that action but for the indigenous people who are already here like that. That was food that was eating and then a lot of those indigenous folks in turn taught black people who were enslaved. Those same tips and tricks in about the same kinds of plants because as a black person living on a plantation. You're lucky if you were getting enough to eat to sustain the kind of duress you were putting your body there every day so it was smart to know how to forage. How trap how to fish how to hunt so you could better take care of yourself. Better take care of your family and the rest of your community
Jacob Thornton Has a Drunk Driver Encounter
"Welcome jake thanks so much for joining us today. Well i'm glad to be here more super excited to hear all your crazy driving stories. So let's start with what you would say is one of your most craziest driving experiences one of my most craziest driving experiences. What have to be the summer of twenty eighteen. This was right before i graduated college. I was going out with a couple of buddies of mine. And we just got back from penn stack and we are just driving down seventy five north just rocking out to music having fun windows down on all four sides and all of a sudden comes this random person it looked like they are driving a corvette day. Start tailgating me and my friend. We were literally the only ones out on the road. We're like the hey. Let's go mess with them. And i'm like heck. Yeah we're going. We're going to teach him a lesson. And of course i don't play nice when it comes to tailgaters. I really i really don't. I'm like the enforcer on the road. Because i teach them you know. Hey the closer you get the slower. I'm going to go. But i don't harm anyone. Of course. I just do that to tell them. Hey don't do this so anyway. We're like yeah. Let's let's mess with them for a bit. See what happens. Speed limits to seventy five on a highway. The guys tailgating me and my friend. The two other lanes are open. No excuse me. Three lanes were the only two cars on the highway. This point everywhere. Everyone else's six sixteen hundred feet back like way back there at this point. The car behind Switches lanes and we do the same thing we switch over to the right lane and he's tailgating us both keep switching lanes until we both go off the exit ramp. We go off the exit ramp and their tailgating and slowing down and we return to get off other road. We come face to face with the driver and it's not a guy but it's a woman so me and my friend at this point. Had the windows up in the music turned down to medium. We both realized we were just making a woman very upset and she was like in her
Why You Should Be Wary of AI and Your Insurance Claim
"So tell us more about lemonade and this twitter thread so Lemonade is a fairly young company. They offer Renters home pet life insurance possibly doing car insurance in the future and Their whole thing is they've largely done away with like the human element of insurance you'd like replaced brokers and actuaries with bots in. She learning ai. Even when it comes to filing claim last week they put out this twitter thread. It was like seven tweets. That sort of explained this business model and it did it in. Maybe a clumsy way should pay mostly lots. We collect sixteen hundred data points even though we only ask like thirteen questions to get policy and that allows us to build a nuanced profile of view the customer and then what really. I think alarm people. Isn't it said that it also uses ai to detect. You know quote nonverbal cues for signs of fraud when people submit videos of planes and that this has helped like lesson claims over the years and make more money so that indicates that the body is using sort of what people look like or whatever. These nonverbal cues are to deny claims. So you can imagine how people see that and they get kind of upset. So nonverbal cues could be like someone's skin color or the appearance of their house or that kind of stuff. Yeah well people took it to me all kinds of things neuro divergent people who were like well if i look like i'm lying because i just answer questions different ways. That may i get denied. People were afraid about race. And yeah whatever's in the background Lemonade sir tried to clear that up by saying no no no we only meant. We use facial recognition. And don't get upset about that because it just means. We're making sure that like one person isn't in claims under several names. That's all we meant. And anytime we you know flag. Something is being possibly fraudulent human reviews it so we're not using phonology. I think the the word phonology came up which you know anytime you have to defend yourself. But he's in the word phonology like you've already done something wrong.
The Material World Remade with Dr. Beverly Lemire
"Dr lemere a warm welcome. Beverly thank you so much for joining me today on dressed. it's just a great pleasure. Thank you for asking and of course we're here today to discuss your wonderful book. Global trade and the transformation of consumer cultures the material world remade circa fifteen hundred eighteen twenty. But before we dive into this fascinating topic. I mean there's of fascinating topics related to this book. I would actually love to hear a little bit about your career path and how you came to writing about dress and fashion and also about global consumer history. That's sorta to step answers that i'll give you so. I guess i should confess. My academic trajectory was rather unorthodox I did one year of university. And then i quit. My dad was so upset and vote for a number of years. And then i went back to university by that time i had three year old daughter and i was married and i'd experienced different things and so i think i think that life experience ensured that life experience led me to have different questions. I loved history. I love seeing the connection between now. And then. But i was also from malate undergraduate days i was really interested in fashion design understood fashion as a social cultural economic force. An irish pretty sure that it might be the case that in the historical period is well ordinary people played a role. And so i had questions about varies sales. The first questions. I had were to do with the indian contract between india for about sixteen hundred or so to england and the fashion changes that took place in the political ramifications leading to the industrial revolution. So i was lucky in that every question i had inevitably when i answered it to my satisfaction led to our
Amy Klobuchar on 'Antitrust'
"Joining us. Now senator amy klobuchar from washington. She is the senior. Senator from minnesota and her new book is called antitrust taking on monopoly. Power from the gilded age to the digital age senator. Thanks for being here. Well thank you. It's just wonderful to be on. You have been doing a few things during the past few years been busy. Why at a book. And i might add. This is not a quickie book. This is not an election book. This is a very heavily reported historical book more than two hundred pages of notes. Why well because. I care that much about this. I started to think about doing this a few years ago and it really for me started with a call. I got way back in two thousand and eight when i got a call from a pharmacist. Actually at minneapolis children's hospital and he said that the cost of this life saving heart drug for heart defects had gone up astronomically from like eight hundred dollars a treatment to sixteen hundred dollars treatment and he didn't know why and so. This is a very typical. You get these constituent calls so our staff followed up ahead of minneapolis children's and lo and behold. It turned out that one company had bought that drug but then they had also cornered the market by buying the competitor drugs. And so what happened. Was that the ftc got involved after. I brought it up. It's like your classic new senator. And i bring it up. I have the little vial at a hearing. And i say why is this happening to the ftc and they start federal trade commission based start looking into it and ended up bringing a major suit and that was really exciting. Then which is typical of a lot of these cases. The courts threw it out. Basically and said oh it's the other similar and then it took years for a generic and another competitor to develop
Texas investigating abuse allegations at migrant facility
"The governor of Texas is demanding the Biden ministration close the massive new immigration shelter for children in San Antonio alleging abuse and neglect child welfare officials in Texas say they've received three reports alleging abuse and neglect at the San Antonio Coliseum which is holding more than sixteen hundred immigrant teens who cross the southern border Republican governor Greg Abbott says he believes the reports come from inside and one of the allegations is sexual abuse Abbott has been critical of the White House handling of the young migrant influx the department of health and Human Services quickly open beds in large places like convention centers and military bases and waived regulations requiring FBI background checks for all care givers there's also a criminal investigation underway in Midland county we're another shelter is no longer admitting teens I'm Jackie Quinn
"sixteen hundreds" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
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"sixteen hundreds" Discussed on KGO 810
"The Dow gained sixteen hundred points I'm in case geo news time is two thirty one I'm Kim McAllister jumping now from twenty seven to forty nine that is the new number of confirmed coronavirus cases a render care center twenty five of the infected or residents twenty two our staff members and there are reports of at least one death involved now at that nursing home in the East Bay California is sending five hundred ventilators to in the national stockpile helps ease the need them fight the coronavirus governor Gavin Newsom announcing the loan today things states like New York are in immediate need of these devices he says the decision was made after California increased its ventilator supply by thirty five hundred over the last few weeks that's on the basis of re purposing a refurbishing all vents and also procuring new events that has put less strain and pressure on the state's efforts to procure additional ventilators governor Newsom says California continue searching worldwide for new ventilators and it's receiving thousands more devices that will be refurbished in Silicon Valley San Francisco is now leasing vacant hotels to isolate healthcare workers on vulnerable people during the corona virus pandemic mayor London breed says they have eight I have let's take it again three hundred eighty three rooms at one hotel they expect to lease another five hundred more rooms at a hotel this week for eight hundred and eighty three she says the rooms are being used for homeless people seniors and folks with underlying health issues these hotel rooms are you central in our work to proactively move vulnerable people out of our shelters as well as to quickly get impacted people into isolation when cases do occur near breed says they're moving people out of the Mosconi west convention center after two residents there tested positive there's some trouble crossing the bay so we'll check in with heather for a look at your traffic next on cage hi it's Jamie progresses employee of the month to month in a row leave a message at the hi Jamie hit me Jamie I just had a new idea for our song what the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what you want to pay trombone was Bob wine you say well be fine coverage options to fit your budget then we just all the fingers now small choir goes even coming after they've come at jet yes no maybe anyway.
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"I was side for just a few minutes we'll get back to it obviously with your I. conjecture what happened out there just a cascading failures engineers would say but the state of the union has very very busy week in DC let's put our friend broadcasting senior correspondent for plus one is still at the White House sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue I would imagine Bob Constantini that Republicans especially some senators are very hoping or are hoping a great deal that Donald Trump decides not to talk about impeaching tied what have you heard regarding the text he will White House aides are saying that the president will say very little as little as possible about impeachment and now John obviously you know that doesn't mean he won't say something off the cuff that doesn't mean that some a little the sneaker whatever by a Democrat let's say who's in front of him might not set him off of what might the bait him in some way that's always a possibility but Republicans up on the hill have been urging the president to set up to put this impeachment matter aside as far as he possibly can with this address obviously we're right in the middle of things the room middle the end the best way to put it down well with the up senators by declaring basically now and going on the record about why they're voting the way they will and tomorrow's vote which will end in a quick hold is no question about it now John I know the telemarketer Xander retiring Republican senator and applying for the Republican senator from Oklahoma both spoke to the president said let's lay off impeachment tonight but again that's no guarantee that the press is going to do that hi impossible to say really you know because it it is eating away at him and every event that he has along the way the you know from signing the U. S. M. C. a B. your last week whenever was he brought it up to bring that up and just off the cuff pro tools comments like you know I've got all the success and when they do they impeach or things like that years and years ago Ronald Reagan invited a hero from a plane crash in DC to this state of the and we will remove refresh our bodies memory about money stuff back just two weeks ago in the midst of a terrible tragedy on the but I don't think we saw again the spirit of American heroism at its finest dedicated rescue workers saving crash victims.
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"Sixteen hundred your next year bad news more often than not but is the truth straight up through this not based on emotion based on true again as I said earlier we are putting he before any back into American talk radio every day Monday through Friday three to six PM eastern standard I I read the story and I could hardly believe it and time I'll get to in just a second you know you guys know Jim Acosta is right why you forgot did Bristol student no no Jim Acosta is a really bad guy masquerading as somebody that looks like they might be fun at parties and cool hangs out with all the right people in the press corps but he's basically anti American straight up one percent are you a customer for CNN tells you everything you need to know now with one we took down we the thinking through our room really really fabulous warrior straight up kill anybody anytime we need done anywhere in the world if their turn loose properly as opposed to being managed by people in suits lawyers anyway when we took on the al Baghdadi just recently and Donald Trump was praising corn dog the fat which the name came out they they released the name at first they were trying to keep the dogs identity but I think a lot of it might have to do with Hey it works and what doesn't when they called Mel wiles or mail ways whatever the breeders I can tell one from the other this all races anyway it's dog assed so they released the name and by the way this drug store in the White House trumps have the dog with White House is outstanding well when that happened our CNN inner evil of attempt to be even more easily they started praising a dog that was orphaned when Baghdad he was killed on the mechanism soon as chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta wrote was warrior for truth courageously fact the president anyway he tweeted this out a White House official said well the dog is a is not at the White House now that what they were this dog the dog meeting the dog that was or finish a little puppy the point they're making us is when this rate went down there was a dog somewhere in the compound a puppy and then says dogs mom I got shot or the personal all the dog got shot all I know is a people of the Islamic stirs a faith but called death reciprocal hate dogs don't like dogs these dogs for anything it's for ripping peoples throats out that's it so I don't know if this dog was often not but CNN was run the story is of all want look kind of sad this is yeah the other dog innovations puff piece the other dog of isis all all Coleman was there too but there was another dog there too and we need to have our hearts go out to him I'm not making this up people this is your this is your media in conjunction with your education system Todd you're on the edge thanks for taking my call and like you are your mind to sent out on your education system I am going to hurt people's feelings too because we know farmer in our community that educated urging kids from if you're No Way after high school and came out the very best students you could think of and not only that they got a working education a working farm and they were given scholarships free ride to school because they're smart so they are they don't they know the food comes in something other than white styrofoam containers will shrink wrap all the time yeah because of gender driving tractors and they're picking the building they're doing doing things that help the farm as well as go to school and now they they're done pretty much with their education and the workforce is good I gotta tell you though you know if you listen to show I hate natural I like my food to come in white styrofoam with through grip of the top I mean I know where it comes from and god bless the farmers by the way if it wasn't for farmers you would not have hamburgers you will be able to get knocked out loaded on beer or whiskey you wouldn't be able to do much of anything let farmers absolutely not that's why we exist now are the education system how did you try that into you said your home school that's the best way to do it yeah absolutely the home schooled where all of those kids knew but they're also put out side to do other events educational event this particles being a proper person SO style era so that they can still speak to people and I know how to interact they they just weren't locked away in a farm they did go out and do things in the community so you're saying this because were well integrated yet educated at home yeah it's doable it's definitely doable I don't know why people are not doing more of it anybody in the education system and god bless the ones that are trying to be the resistance and do the right thing they're still aiding and abetting a corrupt at the core system that is low via fun they're not you're not going to make a difference you're not you may make a difference that kids life for a semester but them poems right on to the next coming teacher down the row right now in the college system my god the college system what a being educated toward a straight a college system the nest of remedial writing for just about everybody that comes in absolutely then well I've been hearing through other teachers that I know that these children when they're going to a college they are going through remedial training to be able to get up to maybe an eighth grade level temperance of all this is this is standard this is not the anomaly this is standard now all across the country and and and did not only that their kids don't even speak the language and then some teachers that they have like what the six different types of our languages in the classroom and they only speak one it it's turning all nightmare now they get to play charades in an thanks so uses them and do things John mentions the so that they'll get it well I don't I don't know how people thanks for thanks for the call to thanks so much I I don't know how people will rationalize it the only way you can rationalize the education system is if you're not paying attention to what the so called education system is that's it there's no other way you can't look at it and say oh it's doing a really good job on my kid if your kid has come through this and prevailed in spite of it fabulous but you know you know if you dig in and do the homework they didn't get a real education on American history if they did it was somehow deposed injected in to that of the standard common course work because what's going down and in the school system right now especially with regard history is a people's history of the United States more often than not now there are teachers that have some leeway they can bring in some books and read to the students and all that but kids are being discouraged from reading at lunch time discouraged there there are shuttled into a lunch room where they have round tables and they can't pick who they want to sit with or they can go over here read the books are discouraged from that hundred percent and if they need anything the reading anything the reading something the deal with up to a rules for radicals I mean is not required reading now before you get out of school of education United States of America.
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"Sixteen hundred. I've been sharing with you since the beginning of the show today. dispatches from Donald trump's United Nations. timeline of when they took out standing I mean just out standing. the public knowledge on every single media outlet in America. it's not. it is your. I have called. me about this impeachment thing that Nancy Pelosi has made the statement that we're ready as in we are ready meeting the house is ready to talk about it if we decide to do it go forward and do it that's Nancy Pelosi it is not a done deal it has not been decided on just the fact that they're talking about it says everyone of these mo fo's need to be thrown from office that would support does that will go along with this there's no investigation necessary on any level. all of the the Joe Biden thing where Donald Trump called the and that's what they're basing this on all the final straw the president called Ukraine and talked about he's threatening them with money if they don't do certain things to destroy Biden. nothing could be further from the truth and once they they're going to get that information laid out in front of him. well the left will ignore it but they're not gonna be able to go forward because even Nancy postal standards so you know this is this I got a hold we take this in not vote to impeach him and then they use this as the evidence as to why it's going to be showing that Biden actually was heavy handedly trying to by his by favor he was he was promising a favored nation status to Ukraine into China so he got his kid a sweetheart business deal and plus he says we don't run with that we've kept that had long enough not the American people once pay attention anyway because you're too busy screaming what time is the game on and go blow. but that where it's at right now is they're looking into it they're looking into effect as of thirty eight minutes ago. house speaker Nancy Pelosi plans to announce a formal impeachment inquiry into president Donald Trump late Tuesday that would be today acquiescing acquiescing was what she's doing it to mounting pressure from the Democrat lawmakers following reports that Donald Trump may have sought a foreign governments help in Israel action bed they just won't quit first it was Russian out Ukraine at it's absurd but just saying it's of servers and make a big difference. how many people do you know personally I'm talking to you how many people do you know personally that hate Donald Trump believe everything the media says animal won't even want to hear a shred of any push back on that this president is in a legal president he game his way into the election and then we find out that he was colluding with Pluto potent and now he's could ease of colluding with ucrania. nine. well there you go so well that's it as of thirty eight minutes ago and they said that won't see thirty minutes ago man yeah I was just before PM today for they were talking that four PM today Nancy Pelosi was calling the house into some type of a con fab to decide what are we gonna do and the house votes on another gonna vote today but they're going to go over what what we got what do you got I don't know what do you got how about you what do you guys who brought the donuts. so back into these dispatches these routes dandy our president made a speech at nine nations. let's see where did we leave off talking about China. now I will go back to China said one of the World Trade Organization which they were allowed into in that those don't get more civilized of we love in a liberalized economy affections anyway trying to now says that the World Trade Organization needs drastic change in probably to reflect Chinese communism the second largest economy in the world should not be able to call itself a developing nation to exploit the system trump says globalism exerted a religious pull over past leaders just at the. president trumps. when trump touts nationalism during the United Nations General Assembly speech the future does not belong to go with us the future belongs to patriots amen Donald Trump. is the media reporting any of that if they are they reporting it is that's a good thing I don't think so not ten nineteen AM that would be to this morning. I don't trump says he wants to rewrite the rules of international trade secret ballots trade that is fair and reciprocal to end economic injustices trump says the international trade system has been exported by nations acting in bad faith he says jobs were exported and the middle class was decimated why is that not reported on in every news outlet right now that that what the president said is absolutely true and he's standing up for America. because their enemies of America that's why. ten eighteen AM. sometimes the country's booming economy a record low unemployment rates for spending black and Asian Americans he says he's rebuilding and on on rivaled. I might of the American military yeah the un rivalled by the American military meanwhile asking countries to pay their fair share for defense ten seventeen AM trump says this is speech to the United Nations which is on C. span tonight you can record. the future does not belong to globalists hi all. thank you president trump is the future does not belong to globalists future belongs the patriots he adds that it belongs to sovereign nations that would be an issue with the border and forced border nine he says that is why the United States is embarked on a program of national renewal. we really have and it's all because we elected Donald Trump and it's all because our president realizes as I do and hopefully you do that America should be first it shouldn't be second third it should be melded into their crap all of the rest of this world it should be looked at a sum equal civilization no it should be looked at as the best and we should strive to keep it that way because when we do we all benefit from it the entire world does but more importantly we Americans benefit from it..
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"Sixteen hundred. today show will be in the archives if you missed any of its own make sure because first couple hours a lot of our really good information there and really cool commentary too I might add. it's all about China's angling for literally take over the world and if you don't think they are you're stupider than that. that's crazy talk. right back into it the job the guy who was trying to crush well Brett Kavanaugh and I I'm just amazed up or turn in a repair Ginsburg just came out so he's a very decent man nice man so. thank you Ruth thank you he he comes across as being outstanding man. and others nothing he did to anybody in the past that in any way. it's to the the him being some type of a sexual predator there's some bloody Ford ****. say for example that he was at a party drunk and he found himself somehow on top of her kissing her. I'm not gonna talk about my past but gene yeah I've been there done that every man has that understands what it takes to get next to a girl. sorry but it's true and but this guy not having maybe even done that himself who knows. and even if he was let's say let's say he was rambunctious and by the way bill Burr bill Burr I told about that comedian bill Burr. these on Netflix you've got to see him he does the whole bit you know how there was a no means no and bill comes up with what every guy knows that sometimes no doesn't mean no. see it that's what a horrible thing to say that's insane day around you got to put it in context yup and what what bill burst pointing out of like a ruin the joke for yeah but he's pointing out that sometimes girls are being a little let's say coquettish and then they really want you to make a move on but there are acting like they want you to like push a little bit but he takes it into a home of the realm of just peer pants funny. so I'm not gonna run for it bill Burr Netflix you're welcome but anyway Kevin I didn't do anything and what's his name there rob bony Spencer at live dot a blank on his name Schneider Russian he's come out and said that to our what's so what's his name the other guy moon the other guy that was with the months are not like I can never remember his name either he's come out and said there was a time when they were uncertain that live on people to go rooting through your past trying to destroy your present these didn't the whatever you did back there just just was the way it is they're doing in context to this guy that's been fire just recently because of some a racist thing you said in the past. it's absurd what's happening right now this deserve the thought police use of the people everybody thought at one point would never happen in America that's crazy these are the fastest we to stand against as No Way we'll we'll over to this were Americans well guess what. guys from the sixties they've made it happen they made it happen to the Democrats Socialist Party that they hijacked they made it happen through the colleges and universities and now the high schools middle schools elementary schools kindergartens all of it they are the ones making this happen they're completely socially engineering everybody to be just a humorless or robot automaton the goes along with the socialist secular heaven on earth move they want run out of the United Nations that's it that's straight up at. you talk like that they'll think you're nuts I can't talk like you to pharaoh yeah you can't use maybe can't do it as aggressively as I do you might not be able to scream like. yes they are. they'll take you away red flag goes with the do but yes you can you can search these conversations you just have to have the information be armed with the information to back it up. now it's time to start talking like I talk. because we have an election coming up in twenty twenty. we take this back the what there's No Way Out of this unless we do take it back now here's a story the other day that I I I sort of broached. the subject on I want I want to go further through this this is the the terror that is you see these are the movies about children and say **** Germany where they would turn their parents center you know the the the searchable seen as like the parents are hauled away by the Gestapo and the kids are there but you know pointing at the parents because the hour to them or something and you know fascist Italy and **** Germany communist Russia well it's happening right now. in America now they're not necessarily hauling parents off throwing them into grew legs of concentration camps yet but they are most assuredly shaming guilt and parents into well going along with them amber so that the kids rule the roost and we'll go through this entire peace when we come back of top of the hour epidemic of kids treated for eco anxiety again we talked about this yesterday but to go all the way through it. Tauron climate change and I'm telling you write this down. I am a change is going to be the what would you call it the blunt instrument with which they kill any and all the sent to their socialist wet dream that's exactly what this is that that's how it was planned that didn't just happen by accident that's out was planned I mean it could you think of a better way to crush America freedom individual responsibility personal responsibility private property can pick a better way to crush it in to say you can't do that because you're destroying the environment by doing that by living like that that all started in large part with that stupid bumper sticker we have to live simply serve others may simply live remember that any still send that co exist sticker out there are judges subdivision believe that somebody stole all run around that thing but anyway you don't I should do I should dig back into the full metal jacket new proof attache case of truth justice and the Americans right here. and I should get the other co exist sticker I think I might do that when we have a look at that awhile and again you don't you don't seem like you used to they're all over the place every car had a because they thought it was so responsible to have it on.
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"Spring might be around the corner. Let's continue to outline a checklist for parents to implement prior to the spring sports season kicking into full gear. It is critical that parents document, and confirmed that all fields gymnasiums and sports arenas have automatic. External defibrillators, not only available but accessible to the staff into the public. It is also important to document that at least one staff member at the facility has been trained on the use of the defibrillator. This one piece of equipment has the potential to save a life of a fallen athlete or a spectator who sustains cardiac or heart event bottom line when it comes to prevention carrying is the first step, but for to be more than empty rhetoric action must follow for more information on the institute prevention, and Dr Dave jammed is book the awakening of a surgeon focusing on the power prevention. Visit WWW dot nowhere. Injury dot com. Hello, Richard detering here a few years ago after speaking at a rally a young lady approached me and said she knew what caused the problem in our nation today. And that problem was that they took prayer out of schools. I had to agree with her that taking prayer out of schools was terrible. But I had to ask her one was the last time outside of a blessing of a meal that she actually took the time to pray with her children. She has a shamefully admits that she didn't pay for children at home. Folks, if you study the history of the pilgrim's find that they taught that faith and education. Both started. So take time. Take time to read the bible with them. But also take time to educate them we history. Book from a primary source over math. Teach them what you want them to know. And don't leave that on the schools because if you leave it up to the schools, your kids will be socialist. This pastor Rick bring new moment. Heritage. Sixteen hundred m sixteen hundred AM ninety.
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"My sixteen hundred calories today. I got this. No problem. I've got a system that can break this down very steadily very slowly and give you a slow sustained amount of energy for the next six hours night, the slow oxidative people there the sailboat that got that. Nice. Little bit of win hitting the sale. They put it back on cruise in sale right across the bay. Right. Whereas what I discovered with F types. These are the cigarette boats out there. They're like why why why you know, they're going across the water. And they what will they annoy me after ten minutes. I'm always like, well, look facet is. But within ten minutes of Irina, it's done with it right on the Selbe. But where I'm going with this these people tend to be very glycemic load sensitive, meaning these folks actually should have two to three maybe four meals a day. But that depends. If you're real high performance athlete, maybe four definitely not five and six for sure. But these people to three meals a day kind of smaller plates, for example, you and I were even talking about that earlier today. I mean, Chris phenomenon you guys you should you should see him. I mean, I'm I'm your basic Conor McGregor. I'm five nine hundred fifty five pounds. And. Chris Chris carries a lot of muscle mass. And we always want what we don't have. Right. But, but for example, for Chris Chris was saying where he feels the only time he ever gets in trouble is if he loads up the meal more than he should on any given sitting. And this is a perfect example of what we discovered with F type people fascinated people they're very glycemic load or sugar response a sensitive. So basically what I'm saying to that is the more food you have in one sitting the higher the glycemic load. The more subject you are to secrete a bunch of insulin and store those calories as fat. So for the the sixteen hundred calorie let's say we'll keep it at sixteen hundred calories because I used that example, earlier on the s type could have two meals at eight hundred calories a day, whereas the F type probably should break that up over three meals that might be three six hundred or four meals at four hundred. Did these people are going to respond have a much leaner body, mass better energy, better mental clarity with that? In the the typer gonna sit somewhere in the middle. Generally, they're two to three meals he s type one to two meals and the F tight three to four meals a day. And so that's when the lights which really started going off combine that with intermittent fasting, the s type these are these are your sixteen aiders. These people can go sixteen hours a day within seventy two hours like that. I mean, it takes them no time because they typically are not hungry in the morning. They typically don't have a huge appetite in lesser eating completely the wrong foods and throwing their grill and off which is their hormone. And these people literally can can oftentimes be very very successful on one meal a day. They get all their calories with one meal there. One in done. They feel great. They don't eat until the next day. Those are s types the F type people I give them a little bit longer intellectual eating window. These people generally will fast for fourteen hours and eat over a course of ten hours why because they need three to four meals. They're going to be smaller meals, and these people generally will have a little bit stronger Grellet, their insulin will wanna be fed a little bit more frequently. And so these people typically do really well with that. And the types they're going to sit right in the middle. They're going to have three meals a day and they're going to be medium sized plates. So an s tight smaller plates less frequency an M-type medium plates. Meet him frequency an F tight. Definitely smaller servings more frequency does that make sense. It makes perfect sense. And even dive a little bit deeper into the typing too. Is you know, you're s types. Are typically going to be a little bit more carbohydrate heavy right like hydrate heavy for what the the wrestler world with think I feel like carbs of gotten a bad name because people in general think of carbs is only the white carbs, right?.
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"That's all they spent them. They came back. I anyone. Oh my God. We've missed Alamo paternity we didn't fight growth. The man on them. Okay. And I did want to ask you though, because there's one thing in your book that I read that I've been thinking about ever since because it it boggles the mind, but it makes so much sense. When you hear the explanation? It's about the moon. We think of the moon as being up there in the sky in orbit around the earth, and it just sits up there. But you say no, no, the the moon is plummeting towards the earth. So explain that. Very interesting question because I mean, it's a question. I get off on children in schools. They say, oh, why full moon food out the voting down? But it never reaches the us. I mean, this was it genius of ours. Newton in sixteen hundred probably the greatest cause to believe a man, whose whose fault couldn't even ROY and signed his name with across you know, he became the greatest physicist of all time. And he he he took himself went moon. Full damn what he did with imagined a cannon firing a cannon Bill, and he thought would find the kind of pretty much horizontally along the ground. You know, happen gravity will cook it down, and it would just hit the ground, and then Newton full wait a minute. What what if I had a big cannon. They not be fine. The the kind of believing pasta then maybe some oil before gravity curve down. Around. And then what about what if I had the mouth rule kind of something that far accountable com speed, but probably about eighteen thousand miles an hour that what are they trying to kind of could do that. Then he realized does phones the cannibal would be folding back down to the the earth surface because it's round would could away from it. So the bull even it was fully would never get any closer to the surface. And so it would full forever in a circle. And that's what he is the moon with the the moon was phoning forever. But never gotten any going in a circle and genius of that was when you recognize the moon was folding he was able to compare house because he could see half off. It was phony. Could he knew half the moment, man? The everything he could see half off. It was moving. He compare it with half-off apple fell from a trade. And from that that comparison. He could choose the behavior of grabbing a Newton with views that simply because he was the genius who realized the Moonies, forwarding and the onset. Throw those school children is is that fats nights a folding as well. But that phoning in coal and the as far as I full to the yes Costa why from Saudi namic any that is so weird. And yet, and yet when you think about it, though, it it makes sense sort of to to nonscientific people like me, and it is one of the fifty wonders that you talk about in your book Infinity in the palm of your hand, fifty wonders that reveal and extraordinary universe. Marcus Joan has been my guest, and there's a link to that book in the show notes. I appreciate you being here, Marcus. Thank you. Thanks, mike. It's been a real pleasure being on your show. I bet at some point in your life. You thought about writing to some billionaire CEO or someone very successful or very famous in hopes of getting a meeting, but you never did. Because you knew it would be a huge waste of time. And would probably go nowhere. Well, think again when twenty one year old Daniel Jacobs, moved to San Francisco, he had no money, and he knew no one he knew he needed to make connections. So he decided what the heck and he wrote to several captains of industry CEO's, presidents and other top level executives. He recalls that I let them know that I admired specific work decisions. They've made and character traits. They've displayed, and it would be amazing. If I could learn from them, then something amazing happened. He got replies. Lots of replies. From the president of Morgan Stanley, the president of NBC the. Chief marketing officers of Coca Cola into it and many more many of them agreed to speak with him and several became mentors. Daniel is now a very successful entrepreneur having started several companies of his own the president of NBC told him years later why he agreed to meet with him..