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Americans ease up on masks, virus safeguards: AP-NORC poll

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Americans ease up on masks, virus safeguards: AP-NORC poll

"Many Americans have taken significant steps back from lunch routine covert nineteen precautions a new poll from the Associated Press norc center for public affairs research found forty four percent of those assets Hey they often or always wear a face mask around people outside of their homes but that's down from sixty five percent in January just forty percent say they're largely avoiding nonessential travel compared that with sixty percent in January and forty seven percent of those asake they regularly stay away from large groups that's down from sixty five percent at the start of the year I surely after

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Americans sour on economy amid inflation woes: AP-NORC Poll

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Americans sour on economy amid inflation woes: AP-NORC Poll

"A new poll shows Americans aren't feeling so good about the economy Americans opinions on the U. S. economy have soured noticeably in the past month that's according to a poll by the Associated Press and O. R. C. center for public affairs research just thirty five percent of Americans now call the national economy good while sixty five percent call it poor that's way down from September when forty five percent called the economy good about half of Americans now say they expect the economy to get worse in the next year however the majority of individuals remained optimistic about their personal financial situation I'm Shelley Adler

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Is Racism in America Causing the High Rate of Black Fatherlessness?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:11 min | 9 months ago

Is Racism in America Causing the High Rate of Black Fatherlessness?

"The moment that we all of a sudden de-emphasized fathers being in the home and subsidized fatherless-ness. We saw all these other trends increase so in the one thousand nine right before the civil rights act passed about twenty four percent of black children. Were born without a father. Now it's upwards of seventy percent you guys can look at the washington examiner. It's seventy seven percent. Let's say it's sixty five percent so something has to explain that forty point increase back yet. Just let me finish yet. And and it's not necessarily that. America got more racist. It could be the cocaine thing which you know is a common issue. It could be operations of all these things. But a forty point increase. I would point to a culture. Fatherless-ness really bad government run public schools and then subsidizing behavior. That isn't good so there are a few things that i can agree with you. On first of all having to people in your house to raise you pretty essential You absolutely this is undeniable While i don't believe in shaming single parents even if they're single parent did mrs bad decision making. It's still good you need. It's up in this economy one parent honestly but with that being said there has been research shown that the rate of black fatherless-ness is somewhat over exaggerated in large part because that number only applies to married fathers so husbands raising their children. It turns out when you account for unmarried. Black couples taking care of their kids. The numbers actually rise to those just think just below white couples. I think there was an article on that. I don't know if i remember sought advice but attracts back. Some really big study. That was done back in two thousand sixteen So that's one point but you are right. There are perverse incentives for example Many welfare Stipulations cut off With a shared income which is only a few thousand dollars per year higher than the necessary. Cutoff for the single income. Meaning that if you're a single mom You can apply for the welfare just fine but then if you get married or otherwise file jointly you get you go above the cap for welfare. This is a horribly program undeniably ended incentivizes bad destructive

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The Top Benefits to Having An eBay Store with Kathy Terrill

eBay for Business

02:10 min | 9 months ago

The Top Benefits to Having An eBay Store with Kathy Terrill

"Lots of new things released it ebay over the last year so many new things that it's sometimes hard to keep track of them all and one thing i noticed in the last year on the podcast episodes as we have not talked about some of the changes and enhancements to a feature that a lot of us so on ebay just take for granted and that's your ebay store ebay stores haven't really changed in at least ten years recently. There was some really interesting enhancements to the store. And i thought it would be good to get an expert on. Please join me in welcoming from. I love to be selling dot com. Our friend. cathy tara grew up. Good to be here. I want to assume that a lot of our listeners may have an ebay store and they are not quite aware of all the things that an ebay store can do. So let's talk about that. What are some of your view. What are some of the top benefits to having an ebay store. He may stores just are so amazing as far as helping you to reach out for customers and to drive repeat traffic ebay open online when the ebay stores team presented one thing they really drove home was the increase in repeat buyers that somebody with a store gets and they quoted some really nice statistics. So it's worth to go back and listen to that remember correctly. The higher rate of repeat purchases is anywhere from twenty to sixty five percent over seller without a store. Obviously there's a range you know ebay. Sellers sell such range of items and there is such a range of stores. I mean my attention. i don't know about you. i'll take twenty percent for just more sales like immediately. My ears go up and i listened very carefully to the presentations on ebay stores for the things that they talked about that. Help you as a seller to drive. Repeat purchases because again we all to get that one chang but how nice even when you're variety seller. A store really really helps you with that. There is so much an ebay store you know. Oftentimes just busy listing listening listening. And we don't deep dive into all the things that are available to a store and some things are very simple that you can literally have it up and running to help you drive repeat traffic and drive sales literally in a matter of a minute to

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Travis Barker Flies on a Plane for the First Time Since 2008 Crash

Chicks in the Office

01:46 min | 9 months ago

Travis Barker Flies on a Plane for the First Time Since 2008 Crash

"It looks like travis barker is flying again first time since plane crash. Two thousand eight. He was spotted getting on kylie air whenever you want to call it. Kylie's private plane with corny. kris jenner. Core gamble going from la to kabo in this. I mean this. Is you ch- and i feel like groups. The connection that travis and courtney have because he never getting on a plane again. Yeah this is insane. I mean it's huge. Because i'm glad he took that step. Obviously it's a very scary thing when you're involved in an accident like that could be really hard to probably take that first step on. I'm sure it wasn't easy at all. But i feel like it proves how serious corinthian are and the love that they have each other in the trust that they have because he has to trust them according so much to be like. You know what you're right. I'm gonna get on this airplane. Everything's gonna be fine and they're going to have a great trip now. And i'm i'm happy for them. There isn't really much to say about this. Besides it's a very big step for him. And i guess for their relationship as well. Yeah i think people really also forget how bad that plane crash was either. Like you were fan and travis burger. Now you are kind of getting involved because of him dating corny but he travis barker was in that plane crash was covered in jet fuel on fire. He was left with third degree burns on sixty five percent of his body three months in the hospital. Twenty six surgeries skin. Grafts like really really really bad and of course like made sentence if he was like i never wanna get on on a plane again. But he's willing to do it for

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Afghan Officials: 3 More Provincial Capitals Fall to Taliban

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 10 months ago

Afghan Officials: 3 More Provincial Capitals Fall to Taliban

"Officials say the Taliban have season three more provincial capitals in Afghanistan putting and nine of the nation's thirty four insurgents hands amid the U. S. withdrawal from the country the four of the capitals of Badakhshan and Baghlan provinces to the north east and Far province to the west put increasing pressure on the country's central government to stem the tide of the advance well couple itself has not been directly threatened in the advance the Taliban offensive continues to stretch I've got security forces now largely fighting against insurgents on their own are you bringing a senior official already has said at least sixty five percent of Afghanistan is held by the insurgents with the government's continuing to lose ground I'm sorry out Sheckley

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Rep. Nancy Mace Schools Rep. Senfronia Thompson on Texas ID Laws

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:37 min | 10 months ago

Rep. Nancy Mace Schools Rep. Senfronia Thompson on Texas ID Laws

"This is actually from the other day congresswoman. Nancy mace going rapid fire about voter. Id to a houston state rep. Roll this coming from south carolina. We've got we've got voter. Id and i'm assuming taxes of the same way y'all do y'all need to buy alcohol when you're purchasing at the store to be sure that you're capable of doing right. Do you need an idea in texas to buy cigarettes militia at least twenty one. But you have to show an id to buy cigarettes jeannine idea when you're getting a job and trying to get on payroll in texas yes. Do you need an idea to go to the pharmacy and a prescription in texas. It depends on these prescription. But do you need an idea for some prescriptions taxes. This yes g. you need to get social security services in texas you do. Do you need an idea to rent an apartment and texas yes. Do you need an idea if you're gonna buy a house and finance the mortgage in texas. Yes Do you need an idea. And if you're gonna board aircrafts and fly commercial. Did you fly commercial or fly of private jet on the way to d. c. a. Do you have to show an idea when you fly in a private charter jet. Yes i went now. I've never. I've never flown on one. So did you. Did you need an idea to get in the building here today. Yes do you need an idea in texas to open a bank account to cash your check. If you're working do you know. Representative thomson How many what percentage of blacks and taxes black and brown african americans are registered to vote or huge percentage. Seventy percent do you know. What percentage of african americans black and brown texans have voted on average or in the last election by sixty four percent cracks. Do you know how many whites are registered to vote in texas for motor african american. Seventy two percent. The you have seventy percent of blacks and texas. You're registered to vote. You have seventy two percent of whites and texas registered to vote. Do you know the percentage of whites who turned out to vote in recent elections. I wanna save over fifty percent a sixty five percent Do you know. What percentage of hispanics registered vote in texas. No i do not sixty three percent do you know. What percentage of hispanics voted in the last election. I think it was over. Forty percent fifty. Three percent hispanics are voting as high numbers as blacks and whites in texas. Do you know. The percentage of democrats support voter. Id would you repeat to you. Know the number or percentage of democrats who support voter. Id in this country. I do not. But i don't think there's a whole lot seventy two percent. Do you know the number of black and brown african americans in this country. who support voter. I d five percent. I'm number eight now. It's like it's like come on. Get in their top out for crying out loud. That is the bockel the humiliation and embarrassment of gaba salt left in their attempt to follow the raleigh yet another

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Majority of Covid Misinformation Comes From 12 People, Report Finds

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:02 min | 10 months ago

Majority of Covid Misinformation Comes From 12 People, Report Finds

"Today on point. We're going to talk about the so-called disinformation doesn't and to help us do that. John gregory joins us. He's deputy editor of health at news. Guard a group that rates the reliability of information on six thousand different sites is the co author of another report titled the kuban nineteen vaccine misinformation super spreaders. john gregory. Welcome to on point. Thank you for having me all right. So twelve roughly. Twelve accounts are are responsible for some sixty five percent of all anti vaccine. Disinformation that's from the center for countering digital hate. Does that match with your analysis of where a lot of the anti vaccine untruths are coming from. Those are certainly some of the most prolific and kind of established sources in the anti vaccine world. They're not alone in spreading anti vaccine misinformation on facebook or on any other platform our earlier report which predated when the cove in nineteen vaccines were widely available. They were still in only available to someone in clinical trials. We catalog thirty four pages on facebook not with followings ranging from the a little bit under one hundred thousand to the millions and of those thirty four pages Twenty four of them are still active today and there is some overlap with the disinformation dozen like robert. F kennedy juniors children's health defense and the truth about cancer group but out of the thirty four. We identified a larger subset that were spreading this information about vaccines before anyone. Outside of a trial could get them twenty. Four still active and seventy seventeen of the twenty two of them. We identified outside the. Us are still active. A few more of them were taken down from. They were us-based pages

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States Scale Back Virus Reporting Just as Cases Surge

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 10 months ago

States Scale Back Virus Reporting Just as Cases Surge

"The number of new covered nineteen cases across the U. S. has tripled in the past month yet several states have scaled back their reporting on the virus the quick spread of the delta variant among unvaccinated people has pushed the average number of new covert nineteen cases from less than twelve thousand a day nationwide a month ago to nearly thirty eight thousand this week but Florida Nebraska Iowa and South Dakota are now reporting their numbers weekly rather than daily complicating efforts to track the summer surge in Nebraska the state actually stopped reporting on the virus altogether for two weeks after governor Pete rickets declared an end to the official virus emergency and while some officials described the moves as part of a return to normal Florida has seen a sixty five percent jump in hospitalizations this week I'm Ben Thomas

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Eight NFL Teams Above 85 Percent Threshold for Vaccinations

Around the NFL

01:15 min | 11 months ago

Eight NFL Teams Above 85 Percent Threshold for Vaccinations

"Other news eight. nfl teams have now exceeded the five percent threshold for player. Vaccinations the nfl network reported on tuesday. Monday was the nfl's deadline for players to get vaccinated to be clear full activity and avoid any restrictions when training camps open on july twenty seventh that same network report as of monday. Seventy one percent of the players league wide have had at least one vaccination shot and that's up from sixty five percent in june twenty fifth report from. Espn what you take out of all this data claybon yes. I am glad that it's at seventy percent. I wish it were higher right. I i think nationally were were hovering about fifty percent but the access to the vaccines isn't the same as it is In the nfl. So i think we should be higher than seventy percent. I would I would assume as as time goes on we'll get closer To the threshold for everybody But but i think it's you know if you would've asked me on on july thirteenth twenty twenty. Hey there's a vaccine and Seventy percent of the players. Have it. I would i would be in much That would have been some really good news a year ago so i have to celebrate it but it could be better

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The Great Western Hashrate Migration Is Real

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:53 min | 11 months ago

The Great Western Hashrate Migration Is Real

"If you've been in the space for a while. You can be forgiven for having a bit of a groundhog day. Feeling anytime china bands bitcoin quote unquote more often than not. It's some repeat of some old policy that has a ton of intricacies in practice and doesn't really represent anything new. That's why i was so surprising to many. When a month ago or so. When the vice premier announced bitcoin mining ban it was taken something extremely serious minor started liquidating their holdings to get to fiat to make big moves and the rest of the world paid attention today. I'm reading a piece by the one. And only nick carter written for coin about just how real the shift is. It's called go west. Bitcoin unpacking the great hash rate migration. All signals indicate the greatest shake-up in the geographic makeup of bitcoin mining since the start of the industrial mining era by now it should be cleared the hash rate migration is real. Minors are leaving china for good as of april. Twenty twenty. an estimated sixty five percent of bitcoin cash rate was domiciled in china with confirmed bands across the country. That figure will be far lower twelve months from now. The precise magnitude and scheduled for the westward move is currently unknown but all signals seem to be indicating the greatest shake-up in the geographic makeup of bitcoin mining since the start of the industrial mining era hypotheses for the motivations behind china's moved to eliminate mining abound although no single explanation appear sufficient as of yet one obvious explanation would be designed to meet climate targets and reduce emissions. But this is contradicted by china's continued embrace of coal power. It added three times as much. Twenty twenty as the rest of the world combined and that the crackdown extended to powered regions likes schwann officially justification for the crackdown on bitcoin. Mining and trading behavior announcing the statement issued by the vice premier was to quote resolutely prevent the transmission of individual risk to the social field if the objective is to curb speculation in crypto currency exchanges would be the more obvious targets

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Is Lactose Intolerance Causing Your Gut Issues? With Dr. Elizabeth Boham

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:26 min | 1 year ago

Is Lactose Intolerance Causing Your Gut Issues? With Dr. Elizabeth Boham

"Welcome dr boeheim. Dr bomb is joining me today. She's our medical records. Ultra wanna center. Incredible physician friend and colleague for decades who's also an rv and an an exercise physiologist and teaches nutritional or the world is on the faculty of the institute for cultural medicine and some of the most important fishing curriculum. We have in the world. i think anyway. I am so sad to have you. Liz again on another episode of housecall on doctors pharmacy and to talk about this nasty problem called lactose intolerant. So get us up to speed about what this is. How common is it. And what causes it and other were born with their we. Can we can develop. And how does it all work. Lactose intolerance is so common. It's it's at least sixty five percent of the world population you know at increases as we get older it's not a with lactose. Intolerance means is the inability to digest the lactose in dairy products that carbohydrate in dairy products and it really does vary a a amongst different of racial groups in ethnic groups owes more common in. We seen in africa in south america and asia. It's less common in europe but it is it is throughout the whole world. We see lactose intolerance and as people get older. We see more and more lactose intolerance. In fact you know some people. Think that By wince we reach age ninety nine. Everybody has some degree of lactose intolerance as i mentioned. It's it's uncommon in in our in younger kids so but there are young kids who have lactose intolerance and anything that damages the intestines if you damage the vilnai in the intestines so if you get a a gastroenteritis if you get an infection in the inflammation in the intestines Sometimes the people take antibiotics or chemotherapy or have inflammation in their tests. That can result in lactose intolerance. So people always say to be well. I used to have no problem with dairy. But now i'm having trouble with with dairy and it's because that can happen after a round of antibiotics or after an infection or we just as we get older

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C8 MCT Oil: Improve Fat Burning, Energy and Gut Health

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

01:34 min | 1 year ago

C8 MCT Oil: Improve Fat Burning, Energy and Gut Health

"Everybody this is dr david dockers. Today i'm talking about see eight am cdt. Oil which is a powerful antimicrobial to help a digestive issues highly. Kito genetic has stimulated fat burning and all day energy levels. And it's something that i personally use on a regular basis summit show you how i use it when i use it and what to do with it but i'm also going to go over exactly what it is and the benefits that you'll get from it so we look at mcat's mcat's mean medium chain triglycerides in the number one food source for. It is coconut so coconut fats. Coconut one of the great benefits of coconut oil. Whenever we talk about coconut oil we bring up the fact that it is sixty five percent c. Have these medium chain triglycerides and it's also in palm oil. It's also in dairy fats like butter for example. And so when we're looking at this we break down what medium transfer goes rides to begin with. It's basically you know when we look at fats. Fats are carbon and hydrogen and so we've got c. six which is called caprio acid. We've got see eight which is acid c tan which is capri acid nc twelve which is laurich acid. And so we know that consuming. These mcat's helped stimulate kitone production which basically helps fuel. Our brain allows us to longer periods of time. Without food helps reduce hunger increased again one of the great benefits of consuming. Something like coconut oil.

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Does Zero Click Have Any Real Value in the SEO Landscape?

Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

02:49 min | 1 year ago

Does Zero Click Have Any Real Value in the SEO Landscape?

"I've been really interested in this no click conversation. I'm mean ran. Really kind of like. I would say like brought it to the forefront a bit more in seo by ran in ran fish in friends of the voices of search podcast. Of course. of course. I still excited. He came on the show. Anyway do yes so so ran. Came out a couple years back with a study. That was using jump shot. Data and jump. Shot is a click stream. Data provider was a click stream data provider and with this study. He was looking at within this data. Sad all the searches that were in google. Us how many were clicking through either. Pay odds organic or not doing any activity at all. This sparked a ton of communication and like back and forth within the industry and even to this day it creates a lot of like polarizing views on it my first reaction to i think like most was yes. There's a lot of no collectively but how many of those are searches for. What time is it in barcelona or what time is it in australia. And so sure on those like like kind of Not transactional but like anecdotal type. Queries is you're gonna have that activity and you're also going to have that around like query refinement. So you write something in and then uniting the results. i won't let me search for this instead. And yes those are happening. But i think as were seen the actual sir plans evolve. We're also seeing that. No click activity changed. And that's where. I think it's really interesting to see some of this information. That have random putting out is because he did it a few years back. I wanted to save time ahead. It was sitting around like an overall like fifty five percent like click activity and then fast forward. He did another one from inv- last year. This time with similar webs and jump shot got it disassembled which is a bummer for search. Just because it was really cool data source even though search metrics. We weren't using it for search volume. It was really fun to play around with with this new one. It was showing that sixty five percent of all queries. were no click activity. And what this tells me is won- even from the macro level and you can pick apart and kind of get into the nuance of it. Which i think has value but from a high level. You can see okay. Is it reasonable to think that people are just searching different. A year later two years later and note the biggest change during that is the landscape shifting and so understanding ben how that has an impact to what traffic you're driving from those rankings becomes a really important piece to just understand the world that we're operating and living

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New York Yankees miss chances, fall to Jays in opener

Get Up!

02:00 min | 1 year ago

New York Yankees miss chances, fall to Jays in opener

"Let me take you to another one yesterday yankees and bluejays on a chilly day. The opener a yankee stadium. And here's the highlights from this one. Bottom of two one. On for gary sanchez and gary. Sanchez has left the ballpark sanchez. The first yankee catcher to homer on opening day in eleven years jens have a two one league garrett cole now doing the pitching and not well oscar hernandez oh no doubt about that drills one the left in the six that ties the game two and garett cold not pleased bottom nine. Same score winning. Run it second. Aaron judge of the plate. Can he be the hero on opening day. That's the question. The answer is no judge. One for five struck out twice. We're going to extras top of the ten runners. At second randall. Grischuk pool rightfielder. Aaron judge can't get it no. We can't sixty five percent was the hit probability on this. It's an rbi double. The run comes around to score and that would be the difference. Blue jays win it three two in extras on opening day. And so back to you jessica mendoza. What's your number one takeaway from the ball game yesterday in the bronx gary sanchez. I mean you've got to remember a lot of people. Were watching last year gary sanchez. You didn't think he was eating a start or be in this lineup for the yankees. Because how bad help awesome. He was offensively last year. Being one forty seven six four strikeouts tech eight teen walks. His biggest thing coming in was to be able to sit back behind the baseball. That home run. You could use feel the pressure. Come off of him. Why because there's so many other guys in this lineup. That when they struggle. It's up to gary sanchez. And he's the difference maker to me because you know when it comes down to aaron judge who also struggled with this game carlos stanton both of those guys are prone to injuries. They're not going to be in this lineup throughout the entire season and to the big piece. That's missing because by the way it is world series or bust for the yankees team. Gary sanchez has to step up. I know it's only one game but that run was huge

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Delta joins other US airlines in ending empty middle seats

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Delta joins other US airlines in ending empty middle seats

"If you have been flying lately and have come to count on the middle seat being on occupied be aware that that era is coming to an end delta airlines is the last U. S. airlines still blocking middle seats a move aimed at reducing the risk of spreading covert nineteen but now delta is ending the practice starting in may delta says nearly sixty five percent of passengers who flew with the airline last year expect to have at least one dose of the new vaccines by may first and that's giving the airline the confidence to sell flights to full capacity the open middle seat policy had been in place since April and several airlines joined delta in limiting seating but United never did saying even with middle seats empty social distancing is hard if not impossible on an airplane I'm Ben Thomas

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Scott Gottlieb: The “tables have turned” on Europe’s pandemic versus the Unites States

Armstrong & Getty

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Scott Gottlieb: The “tables have turned” on Europe’s pandemic versus the Unites States

"Scott gottlieb on face the nation yesterday. Italy is looking at lockdown over over easter. Because of what they're seeing should we anticipate that's what's going to happen here through this whole pandemic we've been about maybe three or four weeks behind europe so we've used europe as a barometer of what's going to happen. The united states. I think the tables have turned. And i think we're ahead of your because we're vaccinating so much. More aggressively eastern. Europe was very bad right now. It looks bad but i think the uk is. The us is in a much different situation through a combination fact that we have a lot of prior infections. There's immunity in the population from prior infection. We've now vaccinate. Twenty five percent of adults where vaccinating probably about one point five to two million new people a day we vaccinated about sixty five percent of those age. Sixty five about seventy five percent almost seventy five percent this week. Above above the age of seventy five and we're seeing the benefits that six percent reduction in nursing homes. We've had very penetration with the vaccine. So i think we're in a different situation than europe because of the vaccine induced immunity that getting into the

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Williamson, Ingram power Pelicans past Clippers 135-115

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Williamson, Ingram power Pelicans past Clippers 135-115

"The pelicans let it start to finish in a one thirty five to one fifteen route over the clippers New Orleans shot a blistering sixty five percent from the field the highest mark in the NBA this season I believe that up to thirty three points in the fourth quarter Zion Williamson made thirteen of sixteen shots and scored twenty seven points I think the more the ball around very well tonight created a lot of open shots for everybody and well let's aficionados since Brandon Ingram added twenty three points Kawhi Leonard scored twenty three to lead the clippers who have now lost four of their last five games I am mark Myers

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"sixty five percent" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five percent" Discussed on KTOK

"Reporting a sixty five percent increase in corona virus cases since Friday two hundred eleven so far that includes defense contractors and dependence seven sailors testing positive today in San Diego and the first state department employee has also tested positive a dangerous combination corona virus and a major earthquake it is what they are dealing with today in Croatia that quake the strongest in one hundred forty years there five point three in magnitude followed by several aftershocks it emptied out hospitals in Zagreb that country's capital debris from collapsed buildings littering the streets with the health minister warning people to stay seven feet from one another as they flee their homes Croatia has two hundred thirty five confirm coronavirus cases at least seventeen people injured in that earthquake all you can say that this is seriously twenty nine coronavirus test kits are gone stolen from the el Rio health center in Tucson about eight PM Friday police say surveillance video shows the suspect dressed as a delivery driver walking into the center and leaving with the kids employees did not notice the kids missing until the next morning authorities point out the kids are worthless without a functioning lab and professionals to interpret the results the clinic was able to replace the kids and Kerik fox news the summer Olympics are set to start at the end of July in Tokyo they may be moved or postponed but they will not be canceled that word a short time ago from the international Olympic committee many athletes have said they're not interested in putting their lives and those of others at risk I'm Jim Metzler and this is fox news.

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"sixty five percent" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

07:34 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five percent" Discussed on KOMO

"Tomorrow because some of these places in the northeast get really bad Sunday and Monday will keep up to date on accu weather dot com have a great weekend you too dean coming up on eleven before the hour this may be Black Friday but cyber Monday is coming right up in many of us will be spending our work our shopping online from the workplace our next guest calls that workshop but more on that we're joined by Ryan Sutton a district manager at the global human resource consulting firm Robert half technology thanks for joining us Ryan Han first light thanks for having me you have research showing how many of us in the workplace are shopping online and it's it's really astounding and that tell us how many of us are going to be tapping away on our computers and we're not going to be working we're going to be buying things this holiday season yeah well this is a roughly over half of all the employees surveyed admit that they will be either shopping from work on a personal device work device for shopping remotely via work device while seventy seven percent of the I. T. hiring managers that we surveyed actually made it to allow we know this practice to be done by the employees so the employees who think maybe that they're they're sneaking something by their bosses they're not it's just being tolerated then correct yeah because I the last thing you'd ever want to try to sneak by is anything that could put your company at risk the cyber security on no website so you know smart employers have protected their networks so you know the more that you build your system in your security system around allowing a reasonable access mutable opportunity the better it's going to be all routes they're assuming that employees will spend a certain amount of time doing this and they and maybe is that built into the work flow and expectations what we heard from a lot of employers they've even gone as far to set up kind of holding a snack our weather is bringing in a continental breakfast on cyber Monday in allow in half an hour window so rather than you know he could've incentivize you employees to hide the fact actually building the into the work day so it actually count as their break into at lunch time for the afternoon bringing cookies or snack it's just that nice little kind of a cultural morale booster that a lot of employers and said you know rather than again try to be in it let's actually you'll have some fun with it let's increase morale by supporting it the right way okay so you came up with the fifty two percent figure by S. surveying twenty eight cities around the United States and fifty two percent of people admitted that their shopping online do you have a suspicion maybe it's higher than that yeah my my personal feeling would be a step in much higher you know when you dig into it even further whether things account jumps out and the sixty two percent of working parents are with the highest demographic that admitted that they will shock via work in and sixty five percent of what you probably label these days the millennial flash back half of the Gen X. generation sixty five percent of that demographic twenty five to forty have a minute the will shock to so it's no surprise that working parents and then the second demographic is the tech savvy as demographic in the workforce that is all very interesting but the thing that I find most interesting is that forty four percent of people admit it decreases their productivity it effects their job had negative way they actually did they actually told you that yeah they did you call the workers guilt if you feel that you have to hide it verses bake it in for the day whether it's you know encouraging people that they can't come in early on that Monday cyber Monday with a you know a light snack I love that idea one employer if you share that with me earlier this fall actually a friend of mine she said like this is what they're gonna do because they've just realized in years past it really hurt the work flow for now it's almost like people are gonna think sit side by side and share deals that was found a great deal of the Amazon it just it was real interesting share of how to control them productive because you're right clearly if it doesn't get baked into the work flow in the work day it will disrupt the the overall efficiency that day Black Friday on first light and we're talking with human resource expert Ryan Sutton I would think that your friend came up with is also something that boost morale and that can't be a bad thing no never not special on today's ever can you know increasing competitive labor market it would say I. without doubt anything you can do to improve improve employee morale improve collaboration and just you know improve the overall culture the work force and that is without doubt a great thing to do so you have a pretty wide range of cities here were you able to see any trends like some cities where there was perhaps more of this going on or some cities where there was less yes that was probably more interesting to me because we've done a survey for years now in Miami Los Angeles and Phoenix where the city is that were the highest as far as we're reporting the likelihood to workshop during the season and then on the productivity side Phoenix San Diego in Austin Texas where the highest as related to it in a mission of reduction in productivity some trying to figure out like what do Miami Los Angeles and Phoenix have in common is that they seem like very different kind of cities with very different cultures to me what could you kind of be the the correlation there is just like the work day the commute to traffic where when you get into the office and this is what we hear a lot of these days cool with the work live play concept we are the are the more you can get done in and around your circle of your workplace the more effective in better work life balance you can have the possibility that the traffic patterns in those cities are actually leading to an increase in workshop in so it doesn't sound as if this is as bad a thing is it seemed years ago when this first began happening it sounds like an lightened employers and or or hard headed business people who realize that a happy workforce is productive workforces I think they call this a win win you're right when online shopping really start take off you know give or take around ten years ago this is where you really start to see an increase in the workplace with fiber Monday yeah I think way back then some employers actually thought it'll go away in the reality is it's been a true shift of just be on site AT and yell culture of shopping culture where you know when you dig into the retail stores and chains have shifted the online stores or action reduce the retail square footage footprint this is the future and it's nice to see just more of an acceptance for now yeah the I. T. department can actually increase the security of their network to protect the company in their devices the managers can embrace it come up some fun ideas like cookies or breakfast just again and again in in braces and support what is part of life these days I'm sorry I didn't realize you would stop talking I was sitting here looking for a gift for my sister's son see that's what would happen if I did that work yeah I think we covered a lot I think it's a great conversation appreciate it all right we've been speaking with Ryan Sutton who is a district president of Robert half technology have bringing us this information and these numbers thanks so much Ryan for being with us on for a flight to having Michael appreciate it let the shopping begin four minutes before the hour there's more first light on the way I'm going to Bab or not and I treat pain was a long pause before you take anything for back or joint pain I recommend applying topical pain relievers first like salon boss lady came batch salon pause.

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"sixty five percent" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five percent" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Seven and one trailing the fourth quarter now is one twenty seven one Hey and check out that was the one we make records would be broken so I guess next Gen stats has a metric called completion percentage above expectations and it basically it kind of tracks probability of completion on every pass based on you know where the receivers on the field separation so on so forth cousins expected completion percentage you brought it up that's why I want to get this was sixty five percent expected completion percentage with sixty five percent of course the fish with eighty two point nine right the plus seventeen point it was the best of any quarterback this last weekend yeah so what what do you think there was really the reason I bring that up is just is just one more example of a little bit of how flew key like like they're playing really well but even this was above expectations like even the way the Vikings had to come back in that game was above expectation on so many levels coming back from twenty Kirk cousins history in the fourth quarter and now you factor in this that he's expected completion percentage was more like sixty five percent which is a good quarterback showing almost on any given weekend three percent positive seventeen point eight I mean and he's also averaging thirteen point five yards per attempt would targeting decks rockers looked really uncomfortable with the Vikings win with tempo they move the ball on him after the interception they move the ball on him real easy now they ran out of time and then you know to get points in the first half legal back the second half in and also they start playing with temple again and and the Broncos looked uncomfortable defending that remembered many times when you're a new defense you know you have a really gone over all the situation you don't have all your hand signals down to make the adjustments in those pictures that I know it took us a couple years ago that down to you know where our hand signals were you know good up we're we're on the same page and when when it Sir Harry situation you gotta have several guys who know exactly what the adjustments are and know how to communicate about so that's exactly where I want to go because justice Simmons talked about that very thing today so in the next segment I want to talk about that the temple portion of this is this something that the Broncos can solve immediately how would you fix that for this Broncos defense will go into that Steve out water in studio with the Broncos country tonight okay away October third twenty nineteen toys for PNC at I. D. X. P. you queue two eight one four zero zero zero spots hell time for a change earn offer thirty and twelve thirty one thirty seconds radio for Max internet is changed so should the way.

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"sixty five percent" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five percent" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The additional credibility but I am saying that this is not wishful thinking on my part is just me give saying Hey look up look at this thing and it looks like it started to come together what are what Joe Flacco numbers because you actually have something about Joe Flacco you'd hit me up yesterday about last night about where he is I think was his rating is currently at you since twelve really he's currently twelfth in the NFL. and expected points added per play yeah versus completion at every step of target eleventh versus completion percentage so he's in the top third of quarterbacks in the NFL right now in terms of productivity by advanced to test X. bye bye bye the advanced math and as we've been comparing the seventeen eighteen teams there was something that did jump out to me about the completion percentage so Trevor Simeon those first two games and by the way including the Dallas game where he went off right sixty five percent completion percentage that's pretty good you generally are okay with that case Keenum was sixty three and a half percent in those first two games and he was really actually not very good at all no clue game like that he is that he went three touchdowns three interceptions give Seattle remember and then against Oakland he didn't have a good game really at all and a Joe Flacco is actually sixty nine percent completion percentage yeah it is nice sixty nine percent completion percentage and I know you're a big George for playtime I am so I went ahead and went yards per completion for all three guys over the first two games for receiving a seven and a half gene was seven point three five influx of seven point two it's so everybody kept talking about Joe Flacco being like one of the lowest yards per completion guys who's under seven aid it is the reason why they never thought he'd work out here in Denver he's over seven he's over that mark date you could see that improving a little bit but that's gonna come with time it's going to come with with feeling more comfortable in the office it's going to come with better blocking too because I think of the of the offense of line could start just improving in pulling a little bit better I think that's going to help too just don't be a liability right just don't be a liability the office of light is doing just fine like if he did ask you this. hold that you've seen so far the I can only think of one eighty hold or our office of line panel you've seen so far. how many have benefited the offense actually actually was a tangible benefit the bought if I want I think of one it was only the full policy run like a call back yes that's the only one I could think of the rest of this page would benefit the office of. this office can execute you just gotta give a little bit of time to get it to stop the liability and I think that's a safe if the office of line and those guys could take that away drill that he had to get that through your polls get that through Hey all of you to do Sir free route your guy so I got to would have to plug to throw.

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"sixty five percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Interest it's a sixty five percent off sale that's alarming to me the one thing a lot of families don't know is the bank wants to put you in a thirty forty fifty year fixed because the longer the term the last goes to principle the majority of the payment or the percent of the pain let's say is going to the interests and not the principal wall when I make a payment I spent a number that has a comma in and I want to know that the majority of that money went to principal reduction owning my home I like to be in control of my mortgage and not allowing the bank to control me I want to see noticeable results that's why I love a shorter term loan I like increasing my customers credit scores because as you pay down this principal balance so aggressively you're changing the difference and the ratio between what is owed and what you're allowed to the limit as those things separating it further and further apart your credit score is actually increase so that's one of the tricks that we use to get you guys into the better credit position making you a better customer in a better bar work we also like to build a security of nesting of equity for a rainy day you never know when you need to tap into that equity and really put it to good use and then when you build equity in your pay off the loan you build equity which means you owe a little less which means you own a little bit more so no one can convince me of that that a thirty year fixed is better than a ten or fifteen on last that's the only thing that makes sense so I recommend calling in telling your story like if your goals are you want to sell this home in a couple months there's better products than maybe twenty ten or fifteen if you're one is thing in this home for the rest of your life we look at actually trying to buy down the rate put a little bit of money into this to get the best rate when there's no lender fees one of the trends that were seen as people are investing a little bit a cost to go below market to get a better rate to see more principal reduction I mean there's so many cool things that we're gonna tell you later in the show that people are putting to good use that I want you guys to start to utilize but no this the average.

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"sixty five percent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five percent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And P. fell sixty five percent in value in a little over a year so you don't want to have that happen to you you know want to take the risk it might happen to you and that's why you're smarter than setting yourself up that way so you protect yourself by giving yourself a portfolio that's far more diversified than just owning the five hundred stocks of the S. and P. and this extensive diversification significantly reduces your investment risks now let me give you an illustration here it's just an illustration not meant to reflect any true investment or any true investment returns about the future we all know past performances and guarantee future results okay working here people let's look at six major asset classes US stocks foreign stocks real estate bonds oil and gold but just look at those six okay yes some P. five hundred by the way is what I'm using for US stocks the embassy I IFI index for foreign stocks the Morning Star U. S. reach the Barclays aggregate US bond index the lien brothers L. B. M. A. gold price index in the West Texas crude oil loosely indices I'm referring to here if we own a portfolio of those six asset classes in equal amounts since June of twenty eleven that's the time period Bob's referring to since June of twenty eleven those successor classes only quickly earned an average per year of three point six percent Bob's complaining because he got four point six you see my point he's doing a lot better than the overall in to see that I just described isn't doing worse now of course this quick calculation I provide it's not meant to be a comparison to your portfolio I I don't even know you won't but you likely don't have that mix of investments exactly and you certainly don't put equal amounts of money to each of the investment you do one all I'm saying is this if you have a diversified portfolio don't compare it to the S. and P. five hundred it's simply an invalid comparison and the big secret over the past ten years is that yes the stock market has been doing fine for the most part anyway last year was a big exception but although the stock market's been doing fine for the past ten years that's not true for a whole lot of other asset classes many of them most of them in fact have experienced returns in the low single digits some of them even lost money over the last decade that's okay your risks are in check inflation is very low so even single digit returns are still positive there so genuine and real economic terms and that's what matters so if you're lamenting the J. my portfolio hasn't made twenty percent year to date golly Gee I haven't set records like the US stock market the past ten years that doesn't mean there's anything really wrong with your portfolio instead maybe maybe there's.

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"sixty five percent" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

05:20 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five percent" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"So i mean i can share with you without going to debugging chariot you the model that i teach is basically basically i teach people how to plan for a make on straight in and be successful throughout all the way the closure on difficult conflict laden conversations in the majority if people don't plan for and the majority of people don't plan for the other person's perspective in a way that actually is is adds value to them when they're in the moment having an abstract strack conversation with another human animal where physiological stuff is happening and you still have to be processing logically at the same time that's really tough to do when you're not planning if you feel the plan you plan to fail a lot of people remember that quote you know and so and so i help people simplify the subject conflict and then help them understand how you can in fact impact i would even say changed the physiology of the person you're gonna have the conflict with us at the beginning of a conversation which sort of leads you to a win win resolution based upon the work you've done before you got there and it's not hard it's just that it's something that doesn't it's never shown up in are teachers or teachers teachers were their teachers curriculum guide an it's one of the reasons why were not being successful in a lot of ways it's you know it's the reason why we have sixty five percent you know divorce rate you we had a lot of things that are pretty epidemic that were not addressing because in some ways there to harder they don't me feel good and right now is a lot of people are gonna appreciate society seems to be getting even more sensitive so it gets even more difficult difficult to not offend when you're trying to talk about tough subject but these have to be talked about i mean we have the have conflict management skills if you're listeners are leaders and they're not proficient in successful conflict management skills they're not as good as they can be and i know you're listeners that's one of the reasons they're listening if they wanna be as good as they can be so that's what i would say that yeah that's interesting i know most people probably wanna go through life and go to their business environment constantly hoping and praying that conflict does not happen because they'd be a conflict as a negative thing and it becomes more of a negative thing because they're always trying to avoid it or is if it starts to happen ended his quickly as possible instead of looking at it as an opportunity yeah and i don't remember which general so forgive me but said you know hope is not a method you know it's needed it's needed for anything good i believe but it's not a math and and the reality of the one thing that i can guarantee everyone every single day has conflict i mean if their alarm clock goes off they have accomplished how do i get in bed do i had this news do i stay in bed do i go to the gym you know what what do i see the dog like it's that's the one thing we have and that's the one thing we have to get better at dealing with an i'm not perfect at it i've spent a lotta time i'm being deliberate in my studies and breathing in training talking to people and learning but i i still have conflict you know where human but that's the one thing that we have to learn how to do well and we have to improve our skills is regardless of what other people do because that's the great thing about you know every time i teach the model they always go yeah but what about the other people you know were in the training class but what about other people well known fact this is your listeners know sometimes raise the level right of people's skill set in a conversation just by being better yourselves yeah as a so i see what you're saying is the people you you've got in the room and you're training and like yeah but people have accomplished what they're not in this room they're all out there and they're not getting the training yeah yeah but the thing is it's just like it it it it doesn't matter it doesn't matter it doesn't first of all we know we other people's behavior can't be unexcused for us not doing what we know to be the best version of ourselves and that's tough because that comes with a responsibility is a lot of us don't wanna feel like we wanna have 'cause it's tough we'd much rather not have to do it because it's easier like them but at the same time we can't around for them to be better for us to move our planet are project and are business in are like forward so if that's the case we have to get better at matt i would say managing conversations and tough conversations in ways that allow not only just they get the win win which is true but preserve the relationship and allow people to move forward and give somebody wanna continue to work with you in the future if you're online is attack occurs and you're base you can actually defend i mean you're tyres is you put it flies through the base opposing players into their guilt 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"sixty five percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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"sixty five percent" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

08:18 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five percent" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"Day and sixty five percent said that being separated from their pet for a week would be worse than not having their phones for a week. Let some co-dependency weather wise. We've got cloudy skies with afternoon showers today. Highs around seventy six right now, cloudy and sixty seven thirty six ninety seven point one wash FM. We're Toby chilly in the morning. We're coming up to crazy. I dates on one nights. This is one unbelievable story that you can't miss. Listen, Aaron Charleston. She's about to tell you is the reason why crazy I dates is your new guilty pleasure. Don't go anywhere. Ninety seven point one wash FM now Whitney. Not. Toby? Morning making your morning less stressful on ninety seven point one. Toby chilies crazy. I date for being a part of the show in Charlestown, Aaron tell us about you crazy night. So I was on a date with one guy, and he just was not talking. It doesn't matter. What I said to him like it was like pulling teeth like, okay? Let me just stop. Kinda give each other. Maybe. But so..

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"sixty five percent" Discussed on PTI

PTI

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five percent" Discussed on PTI

"Sixty five percent shooting and fourteen boards. I don't think that you can separate either of those things and just toss it out. I think that that Embiid had a terrible game. Because in fact, he was sick. In fact, he was taking intravenous fluids. I mean, this is this is an undeniable circumstance, and and his unavailability is the biggest factor in Philadelphia today. Tomorrow going forward, I mean, the Sixers have to literally take him beads temperature every day, why lead is on the court. You can find him on the court. Okay. If you think Kevin Durant who said, I'm Kevin Durant. You'll know who I am. If you think he's great. And he is how about this for Leonard. He had thirty nine and fourteen. He's averaging in four games thirty eight points, nine rebounds, sixty two percents rail and forty eight point six from three he's the beast in the series my him. Tony. He is this. This is what my. Man masai. So I don't care if I gotta have him just one year they'd like longer than that. Let's get him for this one year. Hey, let's see what we can do. And so now you look at that you have to look at Toronto a little differently. Look out of the can go seven games at thirty nine points. Again, we win fuller. I know Tony seven. I mean now you get the toughest games five six and seven. This is amazing. What he's doing? We saw him do it with with San Antonio more. Help other hall of fame players around him. Now, he's the centerpiece and he's going back to Embiid. Tony so true their games when the Sixers players have not known when this was announced if Embiid was gonna be in it they at to be able to depend on him more for tickly win five six and seven..

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"sixty five percent" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five percent" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To vote and ten being good. So above sixty five percent. It's higher in rural India than India. Is a mother of two unemployed youngsters she will vote in this election, but it still deciding which party to support polling input is on the nineteenth of may. So she still has time to make up her mind while water and a lack of medical facilities are important issues for her the party, which can create jobs will get her vote. Tactic mice sons keep applying for jobs, but nothing happens. Whichever government comes nothing changes here I will vote, but I'm not sure it didn't make any difference. We're patina. Nah. Nah. Good afternoon class. All summer in the day. Listen five today for many parents in villages like this English is an important issue. While this school in Budo has an English teacher most village schools. Do not English is seen as the key to getting a good job. And parents, hey, want the next government to set up an English medium school, currently the children. Learn in Bengali, let's go and speak to one of the brightest students here who after some convincing is going to speak to me in English. And I'm from age eighteen hides, very important to speak English by as been golly, medium, guys. So I feel he's etait. It is non my it. So it's a problem for me. Do you think some people in the villages worry that because they can't speak English? They may not get a good job. Maybe because in interview, we must knowingly if you don't know English we may not have a good job in the cities. There's lots of English medium schools. Would you like to see an English medium school here? There's a lot of people a lot of. A lot of child children. They wanted to studying English, but they are not able to study because the school was not here in India. It's really hard to get a job for young people. Does that worry you? Of course. I'm really worried about my future that forty will be what should get.

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"sixty five percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Difficult is that? Yes, we're having this conversation right here Sunday morning. But unfortunately, the leader of the free world doesn't want to have that conversation. And I think when the president the most visible person representing this country does not feel the urgency of this question, and how to understand this. I mean, the commission you're talking about. He's Donald Trump is going to start that not. But that's what a leader should be doing, and these and we just don't hear anything from him about it. Liberalism. Have you ever bachelor degree? You. Don't average earn sixty five percent more than someone who doesn't have a masters degree. One hundred percent more over the course of your lifetime. So nothing is free like a free lunch. Now, neither is college. Somebody will be paying for this free college, and it will be tax payers. So are we really saying that someone who didn't go to college should be subsidizing the people who wins and got the benefit from going to college and make more money is that really a liberal thing, and that's an incredible transfer from lower income people to higher income people. If you look at the beneficiaries of that proposal is a huge subsidies to higher income people. And if you're out buying votes, you with the people you think are gonna go the sugar lobby is out there to feed at all. I mean, that's that's hopefully what we get away from. But unfortunately, that's just funneling the money that the rich people, but we've massive increase in the cost of college has become crippling for a lot of folks people profiting. That stuff is it right to try to make it a little easier. Sure. But what I what I'd rather see is actually expansion the GI Bill and instead of by a broader vision national service, not just the military but parts teach for America. And then you got and then you get a reduction in your in your loan forgiveness, or your college tuition. That's the kind of broader.

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"sixty five percent" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five percent" Discussed on KOMO

"Found sixty five percent of low income pet owners let their pets. Go untreated because they cannot afford the care supporters. Hope this Bill will change that new tonight. We've learned the Minnesota man accused of throwing or pushing a five year old boy off a balcony at the mall of America has a criminal history with that mall in two thousand fifteen Emmanuel the shot Aranda was banned from the mall for a year for throwing things off the upper level. That's a shot of there right now. The boy who plummeted from the third floor is in the hospital, and he may not survive. Police are still investigating why he was targeted around faces attempted homicide charges alive. Look now at I five starting Monday. You'll see more state troopers looking for unsecured loans. You could see how much damage they can cause citations range from two hundred twenty eight dollars to possible. Criminal charges for serious damage or someone gets hurt to make sure you're secure state patrol says you should tied down with rope or straps directly to your vehicle cover everything with a sturdy. Tarp don't overload your car and always double check to make sure that everything is secure to pursue. Also be looking for people who litter which can get you up to five thousand dollars in fines. Oh, this is not the kind of litter college cruiser used to finding of on the highway a state trooper posted this picture asking if anyone is looking for garbage bags full of marijuana and trimmings. They were found on the shoulder of I one eighty two in Pasco someone apparently have the munchies to the trooper tweeted PS here. Doritos bag is empty. Heart-stopping new video shows visually impaired man fall onto the tracks in. But that's Maryland. Fortunately, some good Samaritans saw him right there and help him out with just moments to spare. They could see the lights from the next train. And they say it pulled up about twenty seconds later. The man who fell suffered a few broken ribs. When it's expected to be okay. Looks painful tonight. We're learning aid of the twenty-six power. Poles at fell in Tukwila last Friday flag to be replaced. Listen to this all of the polls were inspected and December twenty sixteen Seattle city light assigns a rating of p one through p five with P one being the highest priority for replacement due to age and rut, those eight polls had a two rating city light just started inspecting just started since spectrum program in twenty eleven and says this incident will teach them how to improve it. It might be a little less. Come to roll the next time you fly delta starting tomorrow. The airline will start limiting how far seats can recline on its. Airbus three twenties. The seats will lose about two inches of reclining space each delta says it's not adding any more seats with extra space. But instead it's trying to protect flyers personal space the tulips are blooming in the schedule valley. But if you're planning a trip to check out the colors this weekend, breakout them boots and umbrellas because the fields are going to be rainy..

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"sixty five percent" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five percent" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"From three point range if you round up for for kyri inside that far. Clay, Kemba and Beal or the other guys I'd be considering against Russ Russ is. Among all these guys. He's last in two point percentage. He's next to last lasted three point percentage of twenty eight. He's last ineffective field goal percentage of forty six. I ran a couple of different versions of this just to see how it would pan out. Oh, and he's also averaging four point six turnovers a game, which is a lot. And he's his his free-throw percentage. Russell shooting sixty five percent from the line for a guard. That's that's that's just horrific. Thirty one guards were averaging at least two free throw attempts game. That's not even that high. But threshold thirty one guards who average English two free throws attempts to game Rush's thirtieth and free throw percentage. The only one he's ahead of his Ben Simmons who I had not mentioned, but should be part of the discussion for third team as well. Thirty three players period, regardless of position average, twenty points or more game Russ's dead last in that group ineffective field goal percentage. And yet he's fourth and field goal attempts. I mean deficiency has always been my knock on him. And I think for a lot of people the knock on Russ it's really pronounced right now. And that's certainly mattering in the standings and in their performance. And in the fact that they while looking like they were going to be and should be a top four team in the western now going to finish in the bottom part of the bracket again. I think all that matters less. So the record I don't I don't place as much emphasis on record for all MBA's. I do for him the MVP. But it's it's it's in there somewhere. Well, where where it will be where it was going to factor into people's votes. I think is thirteen center where I think if you pulled a hundred coaches. Go bear would have a seventy five twenty five edge over towns because of record this impact on winning. Whereas I think if you pulled one hundred Bedia members who would be closer to fifty fifty or more protons, maybe I'm wrong, though. And yet at every as everybody in Salt Lake City will tell you those same coaches did not reward go for winning when it came to all-star reserves. They voted in towns over his true. And that's that's a point of some bitterness in Utah. And it it it may well be again if go bear loses out to towns in all NBA. And so speaking of record. Charlotte is thirty five and thirty nine in the east. Huzzah, okay. So record is not. I don't hear a lot of well with with Bradley Beal, the wizards are thirty and forty five and they're really a special kind of thirty and forty five they are really a dumpster fire on top of a trash fire on top of the Titanic..

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"sixty five percent" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five percent" Discussed on WTVN

"Our our folks that represent people who work in the system, and and those are all really good people generally who work in the system, by the way, I I wouldn't be where I am today. If it wasn't for a great teacher in the Columbus city schools that I had who wanted to be in a great mentor to me as well. But we shouldn't just leave a to teachers and administrators superintendents to to determine what education policy is in Ohio and legislators, we should we should all do it. And for me, the represents employers in this state, again large small profit, nonprofit, private public. We we are at a crossroads Ohio. Our population is shrinking in Ohio. We have. An older demographic we have baby boomers retiring. We have a statistic that is national statistics. That is just scary. Sixty five percent of kids in elementary school today, whether in Ohio or California, or or across our country will be and jobs that don't exist today when they're adults. I mean think about that. So we already have Joplin Ohio. We have a hundred and fifty thousand jobs that are being marketed on the Ohio jobs, website and half over half of them pay over fifty thousand dollars, and and that's just what's being advertised or more than that. Again. Some are really highly paid jobs, and we we can't fill all those. And yet we know today, we know today that with technology changing so quickly and artificial intelligence. We're going to have our kids on what your school today, a majority of them in in occupations that don't exist. How?.

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"sixty five percent" Discussed on Global Optimum

Global Optimum

09:08 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five percent" Discussed on Global Optimum

"Applying to and ask them about the funding situation. Next. I'll go into reasons why you might not want to go to grad school. One reason is there's a good chance you won't graduate. Many people who enter PHD programs don't graduate and in some fields most grad students, don't graduate. I'm gonna give you a selection of ten year completion rates for various fields. This is the percent of students who began a PHD program, and successfully graduated within ten years. Neuro science sixty five percent psychology. Sixty five percent biology. Fifty nine percent genetics. Fifty nine percent economics. Fifty two percent math. Fifty one percent philosophy. Forty-nine percent political science forty four percent. This is bad news because we can reasonably infer that a lot of people who enter PHD programs thinking they're going to get a PHD. Don't actually get a PHD. And importantly half a PHD is not really worth anything on the job market. If you do three years of peachy program and then drop out. I don't think it'll help your job prospects very much, it'd be very wasteful to spend years working on a PHD and not get it. Which is not that uncommon. I'd suggest looking at the completion rate data for the field. You're going into I have linked in the show notes. My best guess is people tend to overestimate their chance of finishing their program. If you're trying to estimate your own chance of graduating probably the way to go about it is to assume you are a typical student so start with the completion rate for your field than update that number based on your private information. You have about how you are special. I think the weight of bias pushes towards overestimation due to positive Lucians. And also, I think most students aren't adequately informed before they begin. So keep that in mind as well. What kind of inside view information should affect your estimate of whether you graduate. There's conflicting research on what predicts completion butts being very high intelligence and conscientiousness should both increase your chances though can be hard to tell where you stand relative to other grad students, and I'm pretty unsure of how useful GRE scores would be in. That regard. I'll give you my observations as to what? Predicts completing grad school, though, don't take this too. Seriously. One key trait. I noticed in people who graduated was workaholic him. People who just work all the time. I am not saying 'i doors this, but it's something I noticed. Another key trait is obsessive nece people who were obsessed with the topic. If you aren't sure whether or not you're obsessed one indicator is if you are surprised that other people aren't as interested in the topic. As you are I had that feeling a lot in grad school that a lot of psychology. Graduate students aren't all that interested in psychology. Now, the reason you might not wanna go to grad school is it takes a long time. In the US, the average student takes eight years to get a PHD. So you'd have to consider what else could you be doing with that time the work you do while in grad school could plausibly be impactful? It really depends on your program and what you're doing. But probably you will mostly be learning and doing what you have to do to graduate. Of course, the point of all this is that after you graduate. You will have the capacity to have a greater impact because of your training and credential. You have to think about how much more impact you will have by going to grad school compared to the impact you could have had by just working right away. One consideration. Is you might think the best opportunities to do good are drying up perhaps your efforts are more valuable today than they will be in the future. Also, the value of your future work is discounted by the chance that there is no future. Also, there may be some unforeseen circumstance that makes whatever training you receive no longer so relevant or useful. Eight thousand hours conducted a survey in which they asked leaders of effective altruism organizations how much they value money now versus later, and how much they value talented workers. Now versus later, I'm simplifying a bit here. But what they found is that leader say they value money now a fair bit more than money later, and they value talented workers quite a bit more. Now compared to later I've linked to this survey data in the show notes. So had is all this factor. Into one's decision as to whether or not to go to grad school. Whatever you can do after grad school would have to be quite a bit more impactful than what you can do now in order to justify going based purely on effective ultras considerations to put some numbers on this. I'm going to quotes an eighty thousand hours article about grad school, quote in one plausible model an eight percent discount rate on work per year and a PHD student who takes eight years to complete finishes at thirty three and retires at seventy someone would have to be more than twice as productive in each remaining year as they would have been if they just started work right away in order for the PHD to be the better option. This seems quite possible. But it won't always be the case and quote. Another reason you might not go to grad school is even if you graduate. You might not find the job you're looking for in particular, the competition for academic jobs is bananas. I know several people who graduated with a PHD and never got the full time academic position. They were looking for lots of people who get PHD's are looking for tenure track appointments, which is to say a job as a professor where you are eventually eligible to earn tenure. If you earn tenure it makes it very difficult to fire you so you have high job security and the freedom to research, whatever you think is important. I'm going to give you some data from a twenty twelve study in which PHD students were asked to rate desireability of different careers along with data from a report put out by the National Science Foundation on the percentage of PHD holders who had a tenure track appointment within three years of getting their degree here. We got. Fifty three percents a PHD students in life sciences said a research job at a university was their most attractive career option. However, only five percent of those who graduated with a life science PHD had a tenure track appointment within three years of graduating. If we smash this data together, which is irresponsible, but let's do it. Anyway, we find that of students in life science PHD programs who want tenure track professor jobs less than ten percent of them actually gets tenure track. Professor jobs. I emphasize that what I just did was not quite right, though. I doubt that it's too far off. So if you are a biology PHD student, and you want to be a professor your base rate of success is about ten percent, but waits that number assumes you graduate. Only fifty nine percents of biology PHD students graduate

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"sixty five percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Also finds that sixty five percent of Americans in debt don't know when or if they will ever be debt free and twenty-five percent think they will die still in debt. Wall Street is coming off a third winning session with across the board gains of about two percent yesterday helping the market post its best start to a year in at least a decade following fresh hope for a breakthrough in the protectionist showdown between the US and China SB up another five points. Andrew O'day, Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio six thirty eight. The federal government shutdown is entering day nineteen and by Friday, there will be no paychecks for hundreds of thousands of workers still going to work every day and no sign. The political impasse will end anytime soon, we have more now from President Trump's national address last night over the years thousand. Of Americans have been brutally killed by those who illegally entered our country and thousands more lives will be lost. If we don't act right now. This is a humanitarian crisis a crisis of the heart and a crisis of the soul last month twenty thousand migrant children who are illegally brought into the United States a dramatic increase. These children are used as Uman pawns by vicious coyotes and ruthless gangs. One in three women are sexually assaulted on the dangerous trek up through Mexico women. Our children are the biggest victims by far of our broken system. This is the tragic reality of illegal immigration on our southern border. This is the cycle of human suffering that I am determined to end. My administration has presented congress with a detailed proposal to secure the border and stop the criminal gangs, drug, smugglers and human traffickers, it's a tremendous problem if it lasts until Saturday, this shutdown we'll tie the longest ever in American history. He's being called a creep police are looking for suspect who's pretending to be a cop and grabbing kids near a school bus in. Lol WBZ TV's Ken MacLeod with more on this disturbing story. Detectives were scouring the neighborhood for surveillance video that might be the man grabs me, and he looked down at one of my cousins, should I take your her. And that's when I pulled away from him police suggest the man might have been drunk can say his intent is still not clear cop. I'm a cop. Do you wanna go to jail when the man backed off the kids made a beeline for their homes a couple of blocks away the kids described the suspect as white with a salt and pepper. Goatee and wearing.

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