35 Burst results for "Sixty One Percent"

Democrats Release Details of Proposed Tax Increase

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:47 min | Last month

Democrats Release Details of Proposed Tax Increase

"We have a full listed that point of the tax hikes that the democrats are proposing. Well i hope so. But i don't think they actually ever do stuff though do they. I mean Something's gotta fun to not only three and a half trillion dollars spending bill but i think estimates have about five five and a half trillion. Hugh yesterday was two trillion dollars in tax hikes. That's not enough. but i'll those proposed tax hikes. Which do you think is most egregious doubling the death tax or getting rid of the pass through which help small businesses look. The pass through is disastrous. Getting rid of that is going to be absolutely disastrous. One of the primary reasons that we believe that we had such a successful economy under president. Trump is because of that we we let small businesses grow. We let them thrive and remember. It's two thirds of new job. Growth is in the hands of small businesses so when we kill small businesses killer economy. We kill we. We basically kill communities it it it. It can't it can't be done. We gotta stop it. That you know what i don't understand. Alfredo they want to return the state local and property tax exemption but they want to get rid of stepped up basis. So that means they're gonna give with one hand and take away with the other. It doesn't make a lick of sense. Do you think any of this makes a liquor. No not at all. I mean look at what the top rate For example in new york city for earner center. It's going to be over. Sixty one percent is basically where we're going to be given in taxes between federal and state is just absolutely ludicrous. not this makes sense And again i think you know you look at representative clyburn for example. What did he say. Let's go ahead and spend first and then we'll figure out how to pay later which basically means we'll just bark you borrowing this idea of modern monetary theory. It's gotta go that. Basically we can just keep borrowing to spend all these social programs

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NBC News Poll: In Texas, Voters Are ‘In-Between [Extremes] on Abortion’

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:24 sec | Last month

NBC News Poll: In Texas, Voters Are ‘In-Between [Extremes] on Abortion’

"The two thousand twenty texas exit poll abortion should be always legal. Eighteen percent somewhat legal thirty percent almost always illegal thirty percents so sixty one percent of texas voters agree with this new texas voter law that restricts abortion to six weeks every single legislature across the country including in this wonderful state of fargo. North dakota you bet you were here.

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Is Obesity Genetic?

Decoding Obesity

02:38 min | 2 months ago

Is Obesity Genetic?

"A lot of us still hold us misconception that obesity is all about willpower and self control. I know i have mentioned this. In the past as well and i just want to reiterate that obesity has been recognized as a chronic disease. A two thousand twelve online poll of eleven hundred forty three adults conducted by reuters and the market research from its source actually found that sixty one percent of the. Us adults believed that personal choices about eating and exercise what a sponsor for the obesity epidemic but interestingly the biologic cause of obesity was proposed as early as nineteen or seven as with other chronic diseases. That is a genetic competent obesity as well but before you started blaming it all on the jeans i do want to point out that this is certainly not the complete picture. Let's talk about the genetics. There have been various studies done on this to explore the genetic base of obesity. Quite a few landmarks were actually done before. We have the technology for genetic analysis. How were these studies done then. You might wonder well. These were done in twins ever wondered why identical twins look similar that's because genetically very similar fraternal twins on the other hand are not genetically similar. And that's why they also look different. So in nineteen seventy six. There was a scandinavian study conducted by 'em borgeson him to answer this question. How much of a role do genes play in obesity in children. The study design was simple and elegant. He enrolled forty identical twins and sixty one fraternal twins in his study. The twins that were selected for the study had at least one of the twins at one hundred fifteen percent of their ideal body weight. What makes this study. Really amusing is the fact that these two impairs had the same environment right from the womb. To the time they were studied what he found was that the head of the ability of obesity was anywhere between forty to sixty percent in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty six albertson card at the university of pennsylvania conducted another study proving this point further. He and his colleagues looked at danish adoption. Registry of five forty dollars the adoption records included the heights and the weights of the adoptees biologic and adoptive parents and when they analyze data and the looked at the bmi for both sets of the parents what they found was that despite having shared an environment within adoptive parents the adoptees bmi approximity those of their biologic parents rather than their adoptive parents. This study of course pointed to was the impact of jeans on obesity but did not provide any information on the extent of this

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Why Are HUD Stats Important?

Smart Poker Study Podcast

01:38 min | 3 months ago

Why Are HUD Stats Important?

"Alrighty so why are hud stats important. I'll keep the answer to the super simple. It's basically statistics. Tell us how often are opponents. Make an action if we know how often they do something. We can find ways to exploit that frequency for example if somebody three bets from the small blind at twelve percent. We know they're bluffing. More than sixty percent of the time but how do we know this while it is math. That gives us the answer at twelve percent there. Three bedding one hundred and fifty eight combos and that stuff like pockets. Better ten nine suited. Ace nine suited her better as ten off suit king. Ten suited are better and king. Jack off suits or better you can see. There's tons of junk here. This twelve percent range of one hundred and fifty-eight combos. It really only contains sixty two combos of value hands which are like pocket. Tens or better and ace queen or better and some of those are even a little questionable. Ace queen as queen suited could be value might not be a so a twelve percent three betters. One hundred fifty eight combos if it only contains sixty two kambas of value that means that ninety six combos are likely folding to a four bit and ninety six out of one hundred fifty eight means. They're folding or bluffing. Really a sixty one percent of the time and if they're folding all of these bluffs than our four bet to twenty five big blinds is about break even versus a ten big line three bet and we're printing money if they three bet to eleven or twelve big blinds Because their folding just way too often verses are twenty five big blind four bet and all of that is great to know and it really just comes from the simple math. Every time they three bed us we should be considering a four bit as a

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COVID-19 Long Haulers Get Specialized Help

60-Second Science

02:13 min | 4 months ago

COVID-19 Long Haulers Get Specialized Help

"Early. In the pandemic there were some reports of people with odd symptoms such as fatigue and memory issues that continued long after their acute infection. Now these long haulers are getting some specialized help more and more. Data's coming out about long cohen. That's serious physical and mental effects that can last half the year after people. I get infected. The latest study came out last week in the journal. Nature medicine researchers looked at health records for a few hundred people in bergen norway. That was almost everyone in the city. Diagnosed with cohen. During several months in twenty twenty overall sixty one percent of the group had symptoms six months after they were first infected. Their most common problem was fatigue followed by difficulty concentrating. Disturb smell or taste memory trouble and a hard time breathing to striking things about these patients. One was that many had just a mild or moderate case of kobe at the star. The other was that a were young age. Sixteen to thirty other. Studies have reported similar symptom cluster. Such as one by university washington. Researchers that found about thirty percent of people was covered. Had these lingering troubles to doctors know what's causing these problems. That still a mystery. Tanya some people have organ damage related to the virus infection but some do not doctors are trying to figure out how best to treat them. Siam contributor melville newsome wrote this week about new covered recovery clinics that treat the whole patient rather than making people run from a lung doctor to a neurologist to an immunologist patients say the coordinated care helps and they feel more hopeful since they're being taken seriously and not dismissed as crank cases the nih is also taking it seriously spending about a billion dollars to study the disease. It now has an official job breaker of name post acute so calais of sars kobe to infection melba notes. However there's racial imbalance showing up at these clinics overwhelmingly. The people referred there are white but people of color are more likely to get cove it so access barriers. Such as lack of health insurance are likely keeping care away from many people who need it. It's yet another burden added to the healthy body. that's already hurting people. In the

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New Data Released on Long Covid

60-Second Science

02:08 min | 4 months ago

New Data Released on Long Covid

"Early. In the pandemic there were some reports of people with odd symptoms such as fatigue and memory issues that continued long after their acute infection. Now these long haulers are getting some specialized help more and more. Data's coming out about long cohen. That's serious physical and mental effects that can last half the year after people. I get infected. The latest study came out last week in the journal. Nature medicine researchers looked at health records for a few hundred people in bergen norway. That was almost everyone in the city. Diagnosed with cohen. During several months in twenty twenty overall sixty one percent of the group had symptoms six months after they were first infected. Their most common problem was fatigue followed by difficulty concentrating. Disturb smell or taste memory trouble and a hard time breathing to striking things about these patients. One was that many had just a mild or moderate case of kobe at the star. The other was that a were young age. Sixteen to thirty other. Studies have reported similar symptom cluster. Such as one by university washington. Researchers that found about thirty percent of people was covered. Had these lingering troubles to doctors know what's causing these problems. That still a mystery. Tanya some people have organ damage related to the virus infection but some do not doctors are trying to figure out how best to treat them. Siam contributor melville newsome wrote this week about new covered recovery clinics that treat the whole patient rather than making people run from a lung doctor to a neurologist to an immunologist patients say the coordinated care helps and they feel more hopeful since they're being taken seriously and not dismissed as crank cases the nih is also taking it seriously spending about a billion dollars to study the disease. It now has an official job breaker of name post acute so calais of sars kobe to infection melba notes. However there's racial imbalance showing up at these clinics overwhelmingly. The people referred there are white but people of color are more likely to get cove it so access barriers. Such as lack of health insurance are likely keeping care away from many people who need it.

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Poll: Many Democrats Want More US Support for Palestinians

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Poll: Many Democrats Want More US Support for Palestinians

"A new Associated Press and O. R. C. center for public affairs research poll provides fresh evidence of a rift among Democrats and Republicans over US policy toward Israelis and the Palestinians the poll shows overall Americans are divided it also shows more Americans disapprove of president Biden's approach to the conflict that approve of it among Democrats fifty one percent say the US is not supportive enough of the Palestinians the sentiment jumps to sixty two percent among Liberal Democrats on the other hand forty nine percent of Republicans say the US is not supportive enough of the Israelis the number rises to sixty one percent of conservative Republicans I'm Julie Walker

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The State of Vaccinations in the U.S.

Short Wave

02:41 min | 5 months ago

The State of Vaccinations in the U.S.

"Alison. Over the weekend rhode island became the eighth state to reach a goal set by president biden to get seventy percent of adults vaccinated with at least one shot by july. Fourth is the rest of the country on track lost so far. Many of the smaller northeastern states have reached this goal. I including maine massachusetts vermont and new jersey nationwide about sixty one percent of adults have received their first dose and very close to half are now fully vaccinated so this is all good news but in states. Vaccinations remain much lower including alabama mississippi. Arkansas utah it's kind of unclear. I mean nationwide. The number of daily. Vaccinations has declined over the last month. Part of this. Is it a lot of people already been vaccinated. Now we're at about one point. Seven million shots a day so we have a ways to go as a country. General vivek murthy has pointed to survey data showing that more people would be motivated to roll up their sleeves if their employers gave time off to get the shot and recover from it so employers not only have an opportunity to increase fascination rates. It turns out that they can also help the close. The equity gallon. Vaccinations and you know. In recent weeks mega retailers including target and walmart have announced compensation and incentives for hourly employees who get vaccinated some employees have been offered cash bonuses. Yeah in house and can we take a second to talk about what is going on in my home state of ohio right now. I saw my parents this weekend and they were telling me what they were going to do. When they won the vaccine million. Yes oh hi. Oh has gotten a ton of attention for this lottery program so for the next five weeks beginning. This week there will be a one million dollar lottery. Draw for people who get their first dose of the pfizer or moderna vaccine or the one dose of j. and j. other states have jumped on this lottery bandwagon oregon kentucky maryland in new york ruled out something called the vaccine scratch initiative with that four million dollar possible when so ohio was really touting. Some pretty impressive numbers in terms of a boost in vaccinations. And i think it's surprising. Just how well lotteries may work. I talked to a behavioral economist about this katie milkman at the university of pennsylvania and your parents might appreciate this mattie the hijack pot is really alluring and feels like a game and because we overweight small probability that we might win and wonderful coke. They're really highly motivating. There's lots of research showing that lotteries can be used to change all sorts of other health

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Biden's First 100 Days: Where He Stands on Key Promises

NBC Nightly News

02:00 min | 6 months ago

Biden's First 100 Days: Where He Stands on Key Promises

"Tonight. We're bringing you the first in a week. Long series of nbc reports examining president. Biden's first one hundred days in office our new. Nbc news poll shows how americans think he's handling key issues like the pandemic the economy and immigration. Kelly o'donnell has more of first report card for the president art first one hundred days in office in a new. Nbc news poll. His approval rating stands at fifty three percent while thirty nine percent disapprove placing president biden of donald trump. But behind barack obama same one hundred day point of republicans surveyed just nine percent approve of the president's job performance confronting the pandemic. Mr biden stewardship earns a sixty nine percent approval with a majority of americans at sixty-one percent. Saying they believe the worst is behind us including tennessee. Republican scott carry on the cohen respond. Just rethink the news taken the leadership role that i was hoping that he would but political discord rau- and contentious is reflected in this big number. Eighty two percent surveyed say. The country is divided rather than united. Only way we come through. This is if you come through together as americans turning to immigration signs of trouble just thirty three percent support the job. He's doing among the sharpest critics progressive democrats angered by the white house backtracking than delaying a promised to welcome. Thousands more vetted refugees from around the world. The president says he will increase the refugee cap later. Democrat austin coker studies immigration. I think it was a real shock to the conscience of a lot of people who are following immigration and refugee policy on the economy. The president stewardship climbs to fifty two percent on gun policies. Just thirty four percent support his

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NSA Says It Found New Critical Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange

Cyber Security Today

01:46 min | 6 months ago

NSA Says It Found New Critical Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange

"Four more serious vulnerabilities have been found in on premise versions of microsoft exchange. That means a gain. It departments have to make sure the latest patches are installed as soon as possible. This comes after microsoft released. Emergency patches last month to close holes on a number of exchange server vulnerabilities. Now it's bad enough that criminal hackers a nation states are getting into unpacked exchange implementations to read email now a new report sets crooks are also trying to take over exchange servers to install currency minors. It's vital your firm's exchange server is patched vulnerabilities in a basic piece of communication software used millions of computing devices could lead to denial of service or hacking attacks. According to a new report. The problem is in some versions of the tcp. Ip stack used an internet connected products from routers to medical equipment. It managers need to check with vendors of their products to see if they need patching or mitigation. This report is the latest in a series that have exposed problems in the software stack. The effectiveness of corporate cybersecurity. Training is again in question. It comes after the release of a survey of twelve hundred americans sixty nine percent of whom have received awareness training of that group sixty one percent failed to get the majority of seven questions right in a multiple choice security test.

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AP-NORC poll: Border woes dent Biden approval on immigration

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 7 months ago

AP-NORC poll: Border woes dent Biden approval on immigration

"A new poll finds president Biden's handling of immigration policy could be a weak point for the new administration a new poll by the Associated Press in the N. or C. center for public affairs research finds approval of president Joe Biden's efforts on immigration is lacking forty two percent of Americans say they approve of how the president is handling immigration in general forty four percent say they approve of how he's handling border security but that's significantly lower than the sixty one percent who say they approve of how Biden is handling his job overall forty percent of Americans disapprove of president Biden's handling of children reaching the nation's southern border without their parents that's compared with twenty four percent who approve and thirty five percent who don't have an opinion one respond in a trump supporter in Wisconsin said he feels Biden has allowed the world to feel it's okay to just come on in I'm Jennifer king

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AP-NORC poll: Biden bolstered by strong marks on pandemic

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 7 months ago

AP-NORC poll: Biden bolstered by strong marks on pandemic

"President biting is getting high marks for his handling of the corona virus pandemic in a new poll from the Associated Press Americans have responded favorably to president Biden's approach to handling the pandemic with seventy three percent approval in a new Associated Press N. O. R. C. poll that includes about half the Republicans surveyed a rarity since many issues have been divided by political affiliation overall Biden's job approval sits at a healthy sixty one percent as he enters his third month in office but Americans are more critical of Biden's early approach to some hot button issues on gun policy only forty five percent back Biden's approach for new measures well fifty two percent disapprove and only forty two percent like how biting is handling immigration Jackie Quinn Washington

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AP FACT CHECK: Biden skews figures on border, taxes, more

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 7 months ago

AP FACT CHECK: Biden skews figures on border, taxes, more

"The AP finds it president Biden is offering a misleading account of what's going on at the U. S. Mexico border at its first news conference since taking office president Biden was pressed on the situation at the border vied says the US will take steps to quickly move hundreds of migrant children and teens out of cramped detention facilities but while the president sought to betray the rise in migrants is little different from seasonal increases in the past it just happens every single solitary year AP fact check found unaccompanied immigrant children have come to the border in higher numbers than what he said according to figures from U. S. customs and border protection authorities encountered over nine thousand children without a parent in February that's a sixty one percent increase from January not twenty eight percent the number rose thirty one percent between January February twenty nineteen before the pandemic while Biden tried to play down his inauguration is the reason many children and teenagers have decided to migrate to the U. S. that's not the reason they're coming migrants interviewed by the AP have expressed hope that the country would be more permissive under Biden than under trump Jennifer king Washington

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5 ways the postmaster general's new USPS plan could impact your mail delivery

the NewsWorthy

01:11 min | 7 months ago

5 ways the postmaster general's new USPS plan could impact your mail delivery

"Us postal service has a plan to save money. But it could mean slowing down some mail and likely raising some prices postmaster general. Louis dejoy announced a new proposal this week. If it gets approved it would take up to five days to get standard first class. Mail delivered right now. The standard is three days or less the plan would also shift more deliveries to trucks. instead of planes. It would cut hours at some post offices and it might raise the price of postage. Although it's not clear by how much keep in mind. The proposal comes at a pretty desperate time for the post office. It's been struggling financially for years and could now lose one hundred and sixty billion dollars over the next decade but not everyone thinks this new proposal is the right way to make up for those losses. House speaker nancy pelosi said it would undermine the very mission of the usps other lawmakers worried. This could dramatically slow the delivery of critical things like prescription drugs and social security checks. Whoever the postmaster general says at least sixty one percent of mail will be delivered in less than three days anyway and no matter what the usps needs to either make changes or get a big government bailout either way. Nothing is set in stone yet. The postal service still wants to get the opinion of the independent postal regulatory commission before making any real

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The Latest: Nevada to open vaccination to everyone over 16

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 7 months ago

The Latest: Nevada to open vaccination to everyone over 16

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the vada prepares to open up corona virus vaccinations to everyone over sixteen the vada is opening up corona virus vaccinations to all residents ages sixteen and older next month governor Steve Sisolak announced Wednesday starting April fifth all of that in sixteen and older can begin making vaccine appointments roughly sixty one percent of the Vedas population is older than eighteen and younger than sixty five last week president Joe Biden announced the goal of having everyone eighteen years and older eligible for vaccines by may first in all states hi Mike Rossio

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AP-NORC Poll: Americans open to Biden's approach to crises

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 9 months ago

AP-NORC Poll: Americans open to Biden's approach to crises

"The nation is facing several crises that a majority of Americans say they are at least somewhat confident in president Biden's ability to handle them two weeks into its terminate piano worse the center for public affairs research poll finds Biden has sixty one percent job approval while the bulk of that is from Democrats about a quarter of Republicans approved as well about three quarters of all Americans say they have at least some confidence in his ability to handle the virus pandemic two thirds say the same about the economy and jobs overall the numbers suggest like most of his recent predecessors the president may get something of a honeymoon Gallup polling shows nearly all modern presidents had approval ratings averaging fifty five percent or higher in their first three months the only exception Donald Trump who never got above fifty percent Sager made Ghani Washington

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Most Americans want to break up Big Tech

Reset

03:34 min | 9 months ago

Most Americans want to break up Big Tech

"Americans may be more divided by politics than ever. It feels that way but it also turns out there's one thing that most republicans and democrats can actually agree on and that is breaking up big tech. That's according to a new poll from vox and data progress. Vox pulled over a thousand voters this january for their thoughts on the big tech companies and recode. Ronnie mullah is you're talking about it. Hey ronnie hey tiny so. Give me the quick skinny on this poll. What did we ask and we find. We asked a lot of questions about people's opinions about big tech companies And turns out most americans tech companies the amount of power they have in the economy is a problem and also think that it would be a good idea to break up these tech companies. You know have facebook spinoff. What's apper or instagram. Make amazon not able to be both a marketplace and a seller on that marketplace. Okay so there are two questions question. One is is big tech too powerful or is it a problem for us economy. Is it a problem. And we've got Fifty nine percent of democrats seventy percent. Republicans think yet and then on the second question about whether we should break up big tax or the solution. We've got fifty five percent. Democrats saying that sixty one percent republicans saying so right and this is just so rare. This day and age to have bipartisan consensus on anything. Yeah it's interesting in this poll. That republicans are more anti-big tack than democrats on both questions. They are Both republicans and democrats are anti-big tech but for kind of different and almost opposing reasons. It has to do with their opinions of about speech. Democrats seem to think that these platforms aren't doing enough and then republicans are thinking that there's too much censorship on these platforms Okay so different reasons. Same solution. Yeah so this is starting to not just be a theoretical construct right. We have google and facebook being sued by the states or the ftc or the justice department. Nothing exist in a vacuum right. There are public opinion pressures. I wonder what this polling means four policy outcomes. I mean not. It's not as if the justice department. The ftc in the states are going to do something just because people wanted but you get more public officials that are elected based on advocating for this type of stuff There is a way in which the politics of this can affect policy outcomes. No right. i think it's just politically popular and this poll shows it. Surani you as a couple other questions to Talk to me about the question. You guys about banning trump on twitter and what democrats and republicans about them. So is one where we're back to normal and democrats and republicans had completely different responses republicans. Think it was a terrible idea that twitter band trump and democrats thought was good idea And obviously That's more normal Super fascinating poll has a lot of implications. This question is not pulled that much right. I mean. I haven't seen anything like this before we did a couple years ago and This is already once lawmakers. Were like looking into these antitrust actions. It's interesting there hasn't been antitrust action against the tech company for you know twenty years since microsoft so this hasn't really been on our minds now. There's five different antitrust actions against facebook and google alone so it's definitely on the public consciousness.

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No. 1 Gonzaga overcomes slow start, beats Saint Mary's 73-59

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 9 months ago

No. 1 Gonzaga overcomes slow start, beats Saint Mary's 73-59

"The number one ranked Gonzaga Bulldogs faced a first half challenge but assume control after the break the posting ninety five seventy one of the pepper dine ways Corey Kispert led all scorers with twenty three points as Gonzaga but only four points at intermission we got the fast break going in the second half the transition is way better in the second half to I'm really good at finding buckets in transition kind of flooding seems out of we kind of got back to doing what we do and be who we are in second asking you sort of forget Tammy scored twenty points while Joe well ARE and Jaylen sucks at nineteen and eighteen points respectively as four Bulldogs scored in double figures the team shot sixty one percent from the field after the break the wind up guns I guess record of thirteen and on the season and a seventeen game win streak overall I'm Jim Bernard

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"sixty one percent" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"sixty one percent" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"One vote shy of a hundred percent getting in with one or two percent of the vote nine Jeter's concerned getting in that was the concern I don't like to jinx anything so I never like to talk about I try not to pay much attention to the news and you know everyone say all well it's a foregone conclusion but I never looked at it that way because it's something that's very difficult you're talking about one percent of the players that have ever played this game into the hall of fame so it's very humbling that audio courtesy of the MLB network and you will have one other person joining him in this new class of twenty twenty is long time exposing Colorado Rockies outfielder Larry Walker who is the first Canadian born position player to make it to the hall I literally had to learn everything in the minor leagues I didn't really play baseball growing up didn't hive high school baseball so that didn't exist it was fifteen games of hard ball summer but I played us on on a fast pitch team with my dad and my brothers with a softball now he's a hall of Famer that audio courtesy of the MLB network seventy five percent of the vote necessary for election Curt Schilling finish was seventy percent Roger Clemens sixty one percent Barry Bonds sixty one percent Manny Ramirez twenty eight percent Marcell Ozuna free agent outfielder signed with the Braves one year eighteen million this round goes to the islanders will check that next WFAN twenty twenties Forrest time is ten oh three get a whole new perspective on ram fifteen hundred and.

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"sixty one percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"sixty one percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Are very tough to beat and understand shoal they are unbeatable are happened so far fourteen and but the Broncos have got out and have been able to knock down shots justice opened in the corner his high rainbow three is it ball Calcaterra catches it underneath the basket straight up the floor the other way here comes Hartfield park feel behind the back crossover dribble and breakage into the paper has it stripped by eighty the Broncos four on three sides pull up three in transition yeah that's a great decision to you before that time by tall you're just takes a shot himself and again during his that's three ball nice work forty two twenty four Broncos on a thirteen it to run they've scored the last eight points to lead by eighteen Runkle benches Connelly and tell you but speak right now hope for at the free throw line close behind the Calcaterra Broncos swarming Rodriguez was seven on a time or two minutes left to go the half Rodriguez baseline and these push with Ford issue it'll be P. shot justice well tell break for the Broncos that time for you what I like that felt like he showed us that he's working within the framework of that Bronco swarming defense Santa Clara sixteen of twenty six from the floor at sixty one percent and holding San Diego to just eight of twenty two or thirty six percent Hartsfield leaves and Philip is in so the Bronco game plan of that trapping swarming defense is working so well today the seller Russ Rory shot Rodriguez so this is another front end of a a correction this is the front end of a one and one that's happened to the to rose a couple.

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"sixty one percent" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"sixty one percent" Discussed on KGO 810

"The progressive dot com today now back through the gate three for the bears and the cal Baptist lancers rich lady taught me camera talk about block well he will be the focal point number one black preseason player of the year who else the lancers have in their arsenal that concern the bears tonight well a local product he John Davis the man from Oakland tech it's been a really nice job inside six seven about two twenty five is a senior actually born in Berkeley averaging almost a double double ten point seven point nine point seven rebounds sixty one percent from the field in the black preseason poll and honors list he was named the top rebounders in that way you can last year is the top rebounders the second vehicle the center is a good player maybe give them an offense of all the inside that we haven't seen her for nine or U. N. L. V. both of these are extremely perimeter oriented he's a guy to look out for and I like Brandon Boyd transfer photos taken aboard as well greeted super three pointer the former top overall he favors so why Washington second waiting for almost a TV set thank god for the for the ball the basket now the real question in the true one is is that what teens actually make up the lack these days yeah it and I can tell you what if you could name all of them you're definitely win a free appetizer somewhere I mean if you could rattle those off the top of your head you are the winner right now we might have to just throw that out there invaded is a tease and maybe an ounce one coming out of each break by the time we get to the entire complex is a good day it is all over the country yeah it's ridiculous travel and they have to go through and in all these conferences have changed over the years western athletic west coast conference and it takes I mean it's really tough to keep track from years what one ranking is one the rest in Mexico correct okay somebody that well I think the for the the Chicago state Cougars yeah we are in the wax and were also I you know this is the new schools I mean no offense I've never heard of you T. Rio Grande Valley by Carol are also in the last now so be it yeah he listened our web cal Baptist makes the state Utah valley Seattle university cal state Bakersfield U. M. K. C. I actually the roots the kangaroos mascot Lee Hon I think started that program back in the late seventies he was an assistant coach thank you Sir he replaced don ward I think really hot went to university of Missouri Kansas city that's about all I know about it and there you go and that that makes up your wax so if you can put all those whom he had been a board of the map United States you win the grand prize will come back with more take a look around the conference as we get ready straw hat band plan on teams.

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"sixty one percent" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:50 min | 2 years ago

"sixty one percent" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Weapons from people seen as a public danger by family members or law enforcement called red flag laws and according to a study released yesterday by the UC Davis school of medicine the red flag law is working in California so far yeah and I think part of what is frustrating is there's no there's no guaranteed way to determine that removing weapons from somebody who was threatened harm actually prevented a shooting for take there's no way for us to know that's just that's the nature of it but there is a significant amount of evidence I guess for there's at least significant indicators that some of these appear to be working UC Davis researchers examined twenty one cases of individuals who had firearms removed from them or purchase is blocked because of court orders and the researchers found that none of the individuals was later involved in gun related violence and again this is pretty early on right it's only been four years yeah it it's I mean that right that in and of itself is good news yes that that these other that the people were then not found to have been involved in any sort of gun violence but you can't prove that it was that order that it was the red flag order the violence prevention order that was responsible for the outcome now there is Geren went to mute is a professor of emergency medicine and director of the violence prevention research programs said there is an obvious logic to this if someone is posing an imminent threat whether it's to themselves or others and firearms are part of that threat recovering the firearm would help reduce the threat that's the whole reason behind it it's why why the the law took effect in twenty sixteen why it's been affected other places for for years here's how it works this law that took effect in twenty sixteen it has judges ordering in the temporary removal of firearms from more than about six hundred people after family members or law enforcement offices petitioned the courts saying that these people appear to pose a risk to harm themselves or others ninety one percent involved men on a not a not surprising to me sixty one percent non Hispanic white people also not surprisingly mostly white men in three cases individuals had purchased guns but were undergoing the ten day waiting period before delivery and a court order blocks them from acquiring those firearms there are eight listen in there are anecdotal there there are stories I should say they're not anecdotal their actual stories of of some of the details of some of these which make perfect sense for example one in one case a man threatened to kill employees at his family's business mom was the one who alerted authorities they confiscated twenty six guns another protection order was issued with a high school assistant principal alerted authorities about a fifteen year old who spoke favorably about the shooter at parkland Florida and said shooter a school shooters are gods others threaten shootings that businesses schools and at religious institutions including a mosque D. professor of emergency medicine I like that emergency medicine and the director of the violence prevention research program is named Karen when a mute do you think is related to Mike when I mean it's unclear because that is not a common last name is and he's up there in Sacramento right anyway I'm he says that it's public mass shootings in parkland Aurora Tucson among others we're committed by people known to family members acquaintances government agencies law enforcement to be at a high risk for violence so when we see these people are when we recognize that they're making statements like school shooters are gods we need to act and it looks like we are okay there's there's one thing here that I think is worth pointing out and in all honesty I'm not sure of the answer to this Phil taking the assemblyman from San Francisco has written a bunch of bills that would in large this expand the red flag laws in California one of the things he wants to do is expand the circle of people who could report somebody I don't think this is a good idea because he would expand that circle to include co workers employers other school imply employees coworkers I mean could you imagine how many people are just gonna screw around with co workers that they don't alike well part of what I what part of my wonder here is and I don't know enough about the the violence prevention act or violence prevention order and whatever it is here in the state is are these you are preventing somebody from purchasing a gun assuming that they're going through a background check to get the weapon right so you have to you have to be following the law for the least of the purchase part of it you have to be following the law to be prevented from getting your weapon so there is a possibility at least according to Phil team where he says that proves that strong gun control measures work it it's he's arguing something different there because there's still a potential for someone to go get a weapon illegally illegally and that that's the bigger issue yeah well that's an issue but why not do something about the people who are unstable and are going through the right and I'm I'm saying that this is it appears like this is successful one for Phil teeing to then say would prove that that this is this is working and will continue to work I'm not sure because again I I I agree with you I'm a little uncomfortable with expanding the circle so wide where you're going to get you you run the risk of more mis use of red flag laws then it is an actual prevention of of violent acts yeah coming up next we told you about the guy who stabbed and killed that cal state Fullerton administrator in the parking lot yesterday morning transalpina tell you all the details when we come back Jerry chan will continue an update from the news room Monica hundreds of thousands of students in the alley school district returned from summer break so they started school today and commuters may have noticed a little heavier traffic and of course more pedestrians the Russian backed Syrian forces have made some progress in their first in their fight rather to route insurgents.

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"sixty one percent" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"sixty one percent" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And video we can one of the listener questions when they were doing a show last half hour dean was please tell me your favorite joke and I don't remember any jokes trust so they started texting in jokes six three oh what kind of cheese make male could deal that's right movies but not of thought of the honorary more on right there yeah all right we can create more on decoder ring something like that we continue sponsored by revenge he the Neil Diamond musical is going to be produced they announced yesterday you now there's been ABA musical on Broadway and Billy Joel and L. this four seasons go down the list now there will be a Neil Diamond musical it's going to be written by the guy who wrote the screenplay for bohemian Rhapsody is called crackle and Rosie it should be or it's got to be called sweet Caroline you're right something like that of so no date on when it's going to be to be ready to view yet but it's definitely gonna happen the the rapper that came out yesterday Lil gnaws X. is his name is that little mouse the tenth it now I know what it actually it actually is a little nauseous ten okay the X. those stand for that because he said that's how many years it's gonna take for him to become a musical legend that's how we decided is that he actually has the number one song on the charts right now and has had the number one charts for a quite awhile so I mean if you're not into that you know the top top ten of the you know what the answer is the kids are listening to I guess right now you may not be familiar with them but did you watch the was the award show that was I was at the Billboard music awards recently and there was Billy ray Cyrus and a rapper who was dressed up in the like a cowboy is ello once it was like kind of a rap yeah three that's a big that's little NAS as as the number one son that's him hi Billy ray Cyrus with the rapper I mean why not in little lies came out this week because pride because last week and decided this is the time he he put out a post on Sunday but he said if you listen to the lyrics of of one of his songs I can't remember the name of the song but one of the songs he basically says you know that he wants to be true to himself he wants to love we once the love we get explains all of the reasons but that's significant in the rap world absolutely is not exactly known for being super friendly too LGBTQ issues spider man far from home really great movie I gave it a dean's list a what I loved it it's spoiler alert spoiler alert it follows up on what happened in Avengers and game it picks up everything that you learned in both infinity wars and and game and continues the story it's like a little prologue of do that really what I've been calling the Sistine Chapel of Marvel movies it's so epic this one is just complete fun action so true to the essence of of the spider man both comic book in the early movies with this British actor Tom Holland does such a good job as the new spider man actor singer models in day of places a love interest am J. and it's the story of this kid after everything that happened in Avengers and getting me just wants to relax he just wants to be a teenage kid this challenge he I don't mind telling yeah he likes and tell you his schoolmates their their going on a European school trip and he's gonna tell M. J. the girl that he has a major crush on how he feels about her but things start to happen super bad guys third showing up and you know he's kind of torn between you know what what to do what to do so that's where the action comes and the the teen angst on the team romance the dopey teenager aspect of this movie is really funny Samuel L. Jackson adds a lot to the movies so does Jake Gyllenhaal John fab rose in the movie just performance is great the look the feel the everything about this movie is just really really fun and opens today Spiderman far from home dean's list today it is dean Richards yes one half which means sixty one percent of moral and entertainment yeah correctly somebody is Kimberly was working hurt today I'm like in real life you are bring it and I'm not bringing it up you know people just the basket I'll be over here crying gently in the corner and you my friend have a good morning I hope they rolled the studio down before bill and when to get there they do that even.

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"sixty one percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"sixty one percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"However, the argument in favor of waiting goes, something like this by holding out until you're full retirement age, if not longer, you'll increase the chance of maximizing the cumulative lifetime payouts. This follows from the fact that the size of your monthly checks is determined in part by win. You will ply for your social security and delaying it. Keep in mind if you apply at age sixty two, which is the earliest allowed, then your benefits will be twenty five to thirty percent lower than your primary insurance amount. And that, that's a benefit to map that you're entitled to upon reaching full retirement age, which whether it's sixty six or sixty seven depending upon how old you were when you were born, but by contrast. If you wait until you turn seventy which is the last age of what you can clean benefits, then your benefits can be as much as thirty two percent larger than they would have been had you taken them at age sixty six officials social security jargon. These are known as actual adjustments actuarial adjustments, right? John. Yeah. And it seems pretty clear cut, right? Well, it turns out that it's not as straightforward, as it might seem that's because people who elect to take benefits early. We'll get more checks than those who. Wait, so it's, it's a trade off. Do you really want the checks that are smaller, but they come sooner these are personal decisions, or would you prefer fewer checks that are larger become later in life, according to the US government accountability, office social security, benefit formula, adjust monthly payments, so that someone living to an average life expectancy should receive the same amount of benefit over their lifetime, regardless of which age they claim. Yeah. Yeah. But just to be clear that this shouldn't be taken to mean that it doesn't matter when you take your benefit if you're fortunate enough to live, well into your eighties or beyond than waiting will indeed result in the larger lifetime hall. Right. It will you know how. However, at this point reveals shortcomings of an impersonal break even break even analysis squeezing every last hour out of the social security system, is it the typical Americans main objective in retirement. You can infer this from the fact that sixty two remains the most prevalent prevalent that. Yeah. Age at which people apply for benef- any objective is to facilitate an early retirement. It's to remove you from the stress of the workplace and the same GAO report study cited above found that sixty one percent of people responding to a survey between the ages of sixty and sixty two who worked in fields, like farming construction mechanics, physical labor were in positions that involved, heavy lifting most of or all the time. And it's really something that, well, once we get older men and women in their sixties really should be. Doing that trust. Most of us would say, well, gee, no, no. The point here is that taking benefits, early has less to do with the fancy breakdown analysis, even though we do them and more to do with your personal goals for retirement. That it's a personal decision. And if you can wait to take social security benefits will that's great. Go ahead and do so. But if you can't or you know, want to you want to get your money sooner there's nothing wrong with that. And there's no reason to second. Guess your decision to take your benefits early? That's right. But, you know if you're if you're just joining us doing today's show, we're sharing what to do if you have to retire early. So what should you do? If you're forced to retire early, you know, now, some people are listening to this, and thinking I wish I was forced to retire. Right. Right. But I'll tell you from experience from working with people who lost their job or even face the health challenge later in life. It's, it's not a picnic they. You weren't planning on retiring at that point. And it comes as a bit of a shock. If you have a plan if you're prepared, what was the boy scout motto, you will always be prepared. Be prepared. That was our motto. Right. Do you have a plan? Do.

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"sixty one percent" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"sixty one percent" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"It's brought to you by Novo care. If we talked about the average American household. I think there's a a picture people get even if you don't live in it. You would say the average American household is among a dad is like two point three kids. I think that I never understood tenths of a kid out of this. But they got two kids, and there's probably a dog in there and possibly a white picket fence somewhere yet or at Arizona's block wall. But you get the point. Well, we are finding out more and more that what we might think of as the average American household is becoming actually pretty darn rare. Right. Exactly. Because we're growing more people are coming to the United States and the population is growing, but the situation of how people are living here is vastly different than what we saw growing up. In fact, if you go back to the eighties, right? Not that long ago. It doesn't seem that long ago. But you know, we find out that families are smaller than they were in the eighties. People are living alone. You have single household. A lot of things that are just changing Bruce. So you didn't. Back to nineteen eighty okay? You've got your neon leggings on. How gem bracelets Chilton jelly shoes. Thank you very much. Maybe in them. You look around your neighborhood sixty one percent of all households contain a married couple. Okay. Yeah. That number today less than half forty eight percent. So literally less than half of all households are a married couple. That doesn't mean there isn't a mommy and daddy and a guy on a girl or guy Gardner. Go limited. It just means. Not married. Okay. Yeah. There's a heck of a lot of households where they might even have children and the dog mimes picket fence around here, not married. We're seeing that more and more. So more households are unmarried than are married that is a fundamental change in just what thirty years. Okay. But but you say they may have a kid. Well, you know, what the chances of that are also dropping again you go back to to the eighties. All right. And when you look at it like single parent household, Scott it in the eighties that I'm sorry. I'm looking at this wrong. Help me out here in this. Let's see if you were households have kids with married and single parent households declining from thirty percent of all households in the eighties to twenty seven percent in two thousand eighteen okay. And the reason why is fewer people having kids. That's that's part of it. So we so basically if you're going to do the typical American household these days, it's a cohabitating couple without a child, but they probably have a cat, and they live in a condo. So there's no white picket fence. Do you see what I'm saying? And there's so many people sitting in the car right now going. Yeah. That's that's me. Or that's my kid. We we can identify with this. So what's changed? What is why? Why are we seeing this different? Perception of what we think the American household like, well, there's not one single 'cause there are a lot of different contributing factors all of this. But among them are. Changing economics. They give it this way. Okay. I go back to the eighties. My mom didn't work initially. Stay at home. Mom, mom was home with my sister. And I up in through I think four or five years old. Yeah. Got it. And then dad got laid off from the steel mill in Pittsburgh and mom had to go to work went to work, dad stayed home and then got his degree. But. Mom, mom, didn't have a job prior to that. No. Now, you look at it. And I have a daughter Riley's nine. Yeah. I have worked her entire life almost entire life time off. Yeah. But but I I've never been a stay at home. Mom. So you have more women who are having careers. Sure. More women who are getting an education. Again. I have a college degree, my mom. Does it you look at how things have changed in just one generation pretty dramatic pretty dramatic. So explain to me this in this. So I was looking all the numbers and all that makes sense not having children delaying having children later economics. Not getting married like the institution of marriage isn't the same as it was why are divorce rates increasing? Why are more people getting divorced today? Then thirty years ago. I don't understand that well because they're not getting married to begin with so those that are getting married are marrying the wrong person. You said I'm saying why think people are getting married later in life, again, if you're going back, I can only look at it from a woman's perspective. But you know, if you are going to get that college degree that's going to kind of push things off. And then you're looking to focus on that. Career that's gonna push things off as well. But why are there more divorces while I also think that it's gone from eight percent to fifteen percent from one thousand nine hundred eighty two thousand almost double the divorce rate. The divorce rate was only eight percent. Currently divorced percentage if you've ever been married. Yes. That made some of them get remarried, but you're looking at divorce is going up, and I don't understand how the divorce rate goes up, like if all those other factors were acceptable. Okay. But if you go back to the you're comparing it from the eighties until today. Okay. If that's the barometer of which were judging this by divorce was less acceptable. Absolutely. You had so many people in the eighties that stayed together for the kids. Why if you don't have kids now? Let's get divorced. The dog the cat hell shaft shared custody of a kitty is that a thing. And also look at just the amount of people that are still living with their parents. So the like the millennials, right? You know, you're looking like mid twenties early thirties kind of thing. But in the eighties about nine percent lived with their parents to today. It's about seventeen percent really hard to have kids and get divorced when you're living with your parents. Although.

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"sixty one percent" Discussed on Lumpy's Sports Show Podcast

Lumpy's Sports Show Podcast

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"sixty one percent" Discussed on Lumpy's Sports Show Podcast

"From an offensive standpoint they were going they were attacking him as soon as the ball went on the grounds and sending a double and playing different players than cancer on Yokich. A lot of the time not all the time that 'cause it real job on the defensive end. I thought as far as trying to slow him down a bit. Cancer do bad. He's just not a good defensive player for the most part maple just a little bit here and there, but he is he's an office of player. So you get what you get on the defense, especially with nurture out. But they they neutralize that Murray. Pick and roll with Yokich that they could not stop for nothing in game two or game on. I'm sorry. So that was cool seeing you can see it right away. Blazers were up by seventeen at one point. I think either it was in the second quarter late or early in the third quarter, and it kind of hung out for the most part around that fifteen to ten point land for minute. They're down to six but other than completely destroying Portland from an offensive rebound point of view. Just as I stated earlier in the podcast game. One blazers were always hanging there. But he didn't feel like they're going to come back and win in this case. You didn't feel Denver was gonna come back around because they can shoot for nothing. They were thirty four point seven percent that made Oklahoma City, look good. Look like, they tried to fashion the game after Westbrook will just the brick show that was going on twenty percent from three. But the reason they stayed in the game is twenty Twenty-three offensive rebounds, two seven against the blazers and he would say with twenty three rebounds. Probably weren't a ton of rebounds for the buzzer to be had. But they still outreach about them forty defensive rebounds to thirty five that tells you how many how bad Denver was on the offensive end tonight. And from the free throw line. Denver was awful sixty one percent. What kept them in the line is the players could not get a defensive rebound. Like, I said they had forty but they can get the offense of rebound or defensive rebound story in the fourth quarter. End of the third into the fourth every bounce off the rim. Ended up in Denver player hand there were just attacking rebounds. A because once again, they knew they were missing everything, but Portland was just not imposition to get the rebounds. It wasn't that they weren't trying to get to just weren't as fast to react and go grab that ball. But you know, the held on for seven point, and and I'm thankful for that. It was on a night where Dame just couldn't get going. They put they switched a little bit. That is which up Cray got her broke his nose. It was cut a bit because he'd been kind of the guy put on Dame, which is funny because he tortured for thirty nine. He was hampering them a little bit today and Dame kinda get going. He finished with fourteen points five or seventeen miserable from the three point line. Just get going. You know, he's a lot of you know, potential fouls that weren't being called on Dame strives some of them he was just trying to get to call the wraps a little bit. But you have to do especially if you're star player, but he just see he was out of rhythm to that on the shooting. And you know, that's the first time this playoff series this platform. I think he's been that bad from the from the line. He played so solid game. Saw defense everything else leading the team. Of course, even. Jay was the leading score only at twenty with the the low scoring game. He. He was all right. You know, nothing spectacular..

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"sixty one percent" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"sixty one percent" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Each was between ten million and five hundred million. Customers transmit to Facebook. Wow. Let that number sink in for just a second five hundred million. They found sixty one percent the apps automatically transfer data to Facebook, the moment the user opens the app this happens. Whether people will have a Facebook account or not whether you're logged into Facebook or not you kind of get the gist. Oh and get this. The former head of the G C H Q, that's the British equivalent of the NSA recently warned that without stronger regulation. Facebook could become a threat to democracy, imagine that and let's talk Android for just a moment. Google has begun rolling out automatic. Spam protection their default, Android messaging app. Now, some folks already getting notification letting them know that the feature's been turned on. But it raises some privacy concerns the automatic spam. Production analyzes all messages sent to you as a way to find him blocks spam, but in doing so it collects and stores phone numbers at least temporarily. Now when is Stephen Google said, they temporarily store the numbers of people sending and receiving messages with you and the associated times, but they don't store your phone number. Now this concern g you can opt out by disabling automatic spam protection. It's all in the advanced settings menu. And if you ever report a message is spam. It sends all the contents of the message as an alternative you can download and use one the dozens of other messaging apps available through Google play. But let's just face it. Seems our privacy is always under attack and often comes through the guise of actually being for our protection. All right. Let's talk a little bit about YouTube because I understand as a parent kids are going to be kids because of social media and the endless sites like you to a lot of teens want their fifteen minutes of fame or end adults too. And it often involves taking part in challenges or pranks that can get them hurt. For instance, you shouldn't have to tell your kid who's no longer a toddler. It's not good to eat laundry detergent. But apparently, it makes for a funny video you also shouldn't get out of a moving car to dance your feelings away. But that's another thing that seemed like a good idea at the time. And now is putting on a blindfold and seeing what happens is the newest viral challenge based on the net flicks horror movie, we're talking about bird box where all the characters have to wear blindfolds to survive in. Yes, that was my phone that just went off because I got a text message, and I should know better to turn off my phone because Michael always reminds me to turn today too. But unfortunately, I don't always listen to Michael's good advice. But getting back to you to some of the video seemed innocent enough. You know, you see a young child teen adult walking into a wild. Good times. Others have fallen down. Flights of stairs seventeen year old girl in Utah. Even thought it'd be fun to drive with a beanie pulled down over her eyes. So now YouTube says we need to crack down on the stupidity. Their guidelines already banned content that encourages violence dangerous activities. But now, they're adding pranks to that and good to YouTube. Maybe it'll actually get people to give the Burbach challenge arrest. I mean besides. I could go out and get get a blindfold. But I can't see myself actually wearing yet. Finally, I have received my share of wrong numbers. Even text messages in Email, not man for me. It's no big deal. It's bound to happen. But what would you do if you've got an Email inviting you tune event on the other side of the country, would you actually go? Would you go with the message wasn't meant for you? Well, count this guy in a man in Arizona was mistakenly invited to a bachelor party in Vermont because of a type one Email, the groom has a friend by the name will Novak, but the wrong will Novak was emailed the invitation. Now, some people would respond to let the center. No, hey, got the wrong guy. Other people just ignore it. But not we'll Novak from Arizona. He says, hey, yeah. I'd love to go. Don't know anybody, but count me in and the groom's friends they had no idea who this guy is. And they said sure come on out come to the bachelor party. We'll says L I don't have a lot of money to go. So what does he do? He turns to go fund me and he hoped to raise. Seven hundred and fifty dollars to buy a plane ticket to go the bachelor party of somebody that he doesn't even know every met along with other expenses because they said they were going to scheme to well. His go fund me caught on he actually has raised around four thousand dollars. Yes. But we'll seems like a good guy. He's going to give any extra money to the groom to the bride because they're expecting a baby crowdfunding of friendship. Yes. There's a new trend happening online. I love discovering new ones, but it's so hard to know where to start. Luckily,.

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"sixty one percent" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"sixty one percent" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"For SMU. The Mustangs went on the road nearly feet. Wichita state in Wichita and Wednesday and gave Cincinnati all could handle tonight for the Bearcats pulled it out by five high. Character team have always played with great passion. This is a team regardless if they have guys that are injured guys that are out guys that have suspended matter what they have if they suit up a team, they come out there, and they resemble the fire -ness of sorry that the feistiness of their head coach taking a look at some team stats Cincinnati shot. Forty eight percent from the floor. Thirty nine percent from outside the three point line. Just sixty one percent from the free throw line. They might have had a little more breathing room. Had they made some free throws down the stretch. SMU forty-three percent overall thirty six percent from outside the arc and fifty four and a half percent from the free throw line. So the Mustangs were not great from the line either. Brooks is not going to sleep. Well tonight. He's a guy. That's he's been progressing every game. And he's a guy that has gotten better. And better he's worked on his free-throw percentage. He's doing great there. He's four for eight with remember he missed two front ends of one and one that really could've put some breathing room in the game didn't have to go down to with. It was the last twenty seconds of strategy could have eliminated that both of those fronts at once. Cincinnati won the rebound battled. Thirty five to thirty two turnovers were eleven for the bear cats and nine four SMU points in the paint twenty six twenty in Cincinnati's favors. Second chance points thirteen ten in the Bearcats favor. How about bench points twenty two one which sounds like a big deal, but considering that doesn't have much of a bench right now? Due to injury, you figured that. Cincinnati was going to dominate that's participate in the Bearcats did well to players. Trevor Moore came out on fire early on really gave the Bearcats cushion. And then came off the bench being electrified. Saying he missed some couple a couple of close layups. But some of the ones he may would make every highlight reel in America. If everybody wasn't talking and shooting threes all the time. He puts them tremendous English on a couple layups that went around the rim came in time for a highlight provided by our Kroger star of the game. Jennifer.

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"sixty one percent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"sixty one percent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Think because I'm so direct and so blocked. I don't mince words people are used to politicians and the president gets the same treatment. Right. I mean, people are used to politicians who try to make everybody. Happy making everybody happy. I'm interested in doing the right thing. Anger's people. And so, of course, you know, liberals out there. Which is where a lot of the tax come from are. I was the Republican governor of a very blue state and got reelected with sixty one percent of the vote and they've never quite gotten over that. You know, the liberals attack you that way. And then you get other folks who just don't want someone who is willing to fight and in your face and not allow themselves to be pushed around, and I think. In some of the media coverage I've gotten over time been the most fair and that contributes to a two, but you'll never hear me complain about that because that's business. That's the way it goes. You have big boy put your shoulders back and keep moving forward. The great thing about what I think this book tells people as it goes through the story of of my life, and my career is knocked down plenty of times that every time I get off. And that's what life is all about. And you get knocked down brush yourself off get back up keep fighting for things that you believe in here. It's funny. I told Mark a couple weeks ago, we were talking about this bug and talking about you. And I said, you're the the original guy to tell it like it is like you pave the way for Donald Trump. And it's it's pretty interesting. How things have panned out, you know. But it's you're the because we love the fact that you're a straight talker. That's one of the reasons we started our site based on based on that premise of we wish them more politicians talked like you. And talk like Donald Trump, and there just aren't guys like, you aren't a lot of women like you and politics. And so it's just interesting that you were one of the first guys to to do that. You know, I it all the time. That he stole my act. Yeah. Running against each other. And you. And and it was just a fascinating time in politics. Listen, if you know a lot about timing it's about about after that when they don't. But you know, the one thing that I wanted to get through in the book, and and what I tried to be consistent about in my whole career is I am YM. You could like you one day. Not like if the deck's, but you never have to wonder what I'm thinking. What I'm thinking? And if you're like it, it's your g great. And if it's not find somebody else. And that's the reason I you know, when I remember, I when you were I kind of coming onto the scene dealing with the unions people ate it up with a spoon. And it's just interesting that the very thing that people fell in love with you four is is now what seems to turn so.

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"sixty one percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"sixty one percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Down. So. The economy is usually the top priority for people when it comes to elections, right? But more and more people think the unfairness in the economic system is the big problem. It doesn't surprise me. Because young people have always been more socialistic, but it's more than it ever has been before. And this survey shows eighteen to twenty four year olds view, socialism. As positive sixty one percent of eighteen to twenty four year olds view. Socialism is positive more than capitalism. Fifty eight percent view capitalism is positive but more believe cap of socialism is better. Older respondents seemed to be more wary of socialism. Democrats far more favorable towards socialism than independence and Republicans. Sixty four percent of Democrats said they have positive use of socialism. Eighty three percent of Republicans say they have negative views of socialism, sixty one percent of independent said, they have negative uses socialism. So it's really Democrats and young people. Men are more bullish about capitalism. Seventy one percent of men say, Yep. I like capitalism. Women. Fifty one percent like capitalism. So they're barely there. Women are slightly more favorable towards socialism. Forty one percent of women say I yeah, I like socialism thirty six percent of men say they like socialism. So the bottom line is. Eighty five percent of Democrats say the government should pursue policies aimed at reducing in equality. And that is a change that I've always understood the goal of why. People want to tax the rich. I get taxing the rich. I understand what they're doing. This is not that this is they want the government. Bets. What's wrong.

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"sixty one percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"sixty one percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Meanwhile, MSNBC hosts Nicole Wallace says there isn't a strain of racism on the left. We just we just we're just not racist. Which is part of the problem is we we think this does not have a parallel on the left. They're just doesn't there isn't there isn't a strain of racism on the left. Really? Maybe they ought to watch the view a little more often on I think when you blanket, I think this is the problem with identity politics in the country, which is something we sort of touched on yesterday's when you broad stroke, everyone, all black people think one thing people. They one thing are pumpkin think one thing that's how we got ourselves into this mess, and I'm one of the people that would like to help pull ourselves out of it. Let's focus on Steve king. I'm having you're talking about the wall and border, and we talk about still well Trump, by the way, I think I have made myself quite clear how I feel about President Trump. How I feel about the America. That was always great. According to what I think I have made myself explicitly clear on this show and other places. So please don't paint me just because I'm for border security that I somehow. Racist in some way, or another because I don't think that's fair. I'm against the wall. Then for strong ready. I would like to say kings language is important. He said, white nationalist white supremacists. Western civilization. How did that language become offensive? This is very clear, it's very clear racist language from congressman king. So and I think that is what I'm just saying. Well, we broad stroke, everyone, I would like our show, and I've said this many times to be above that to be above broad stroking people into different pockets. I'd be like. Eighty two percent of Americans are racist. I just said, I don't know. That's why. The question. Concentrating on campus racist. Honestly. Recent poll found that sixty one percent of Democrats believe Republicans are bigoted racist sexist. Thirty one percent of Democrats feel that way. Thirty one percent of Republicans feel that way about Democrats Democrats overwhelmingly perceive Republicans to be racist, sexist, bigoted. Anything that's happening now because then by talking that one small time. View point is that I don't think that we concentrate on Steve king. There's always racist. I only say that because it's topic summarizing on. The one congress person who voted against the resolution. Is a democrat named Bobby rush? He by the way is the only person who ever defeated Obama in an election. They ran against each other for congressman. And during that race, Bobby rush portrayed Obama as an elitist who went to Harvard who taught at the university of Chicago and did not understand the black experience. Bobby rush also referred to a Senator as quote, white boy, close quote, and Bobby rush has.

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"sixty one percent" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"sixty one percent" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"There's a sixty one percent chance of rain at five o'clock in the afternoon as the game kicks off does that whether change by the way, and I you know, Pete Carroll was he would say there's a forty percent giants thirty nine thirty. Does that change your preparation at all does your game change at all? If it is raining. No it hasn't. No, no won't. I we'll see. I don't know. I'm not I'm not I'm meteorologist, and if it says, it's gonna rain it might might not. We'll see I know. It's been changing all we can. We'll see how much have you played in the rain. A bunch of college just being on the west coast and being up in Oregon and Washington, you know, even LA I played in ring game in college and playing some putting some actually my first game with my career was working came. Mistaken didn't win less need come up in interview. Cow wasn't raining when you did your workout Orrin. It was pouring rain. I it's funny. Remember that? Yeah. It was pouring rain and. Yeah. I thought I thought it performed pretty well. Yeah. No. I know I remember them saying they were impressed. They gave you an opportunity to reschedule the workout or wait until the weather cleared up. But you just went when a write about your business. Yeah. Yeah. You can't control it go about your business and don't expect it if it does rain to affect us much. All right. Well, listen Jared. We are all counting on you. We are. We are really excited about Saturday night at the Coliseum. I will be there. Bryan. You'll be there. Right. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Would not miss this for anything. We can count on you guys being there, then we're good. We we are there. You got. If it does rain is there somebody whose job is holding umbrella over you like well, keep you dry ten to you over there. We do have some people over there. Good yet. Somebody reliable this important weekend. Okay. We won't. All right. Thank you very much, Jerry. There's Jared Goff quarterback of the Los Angeles. Rams. Gotta you gotta keep Jared clean. You know when you stand there on the sidelines. I feel golfing, bro. I feel good. They're going to win this game. Good about we're going to New Orleans. If we're going how about we're staying home and facing the eagles. I don't feel good. I feel confident, but I'm not sure I feel confident the saints are gonna lose. Although Nick foles is a is a wizard assuming we win some sort of sorcerer and if New Orleans wins Norlin twins. We will be in New Orleans next weekend me and want are going to the game. That's awesome. Yeah. And we could probably squeeze a couple of days of shows out of that. Right. Of course, you can you do Thursday and Friday from from New Orleans. Sure, there's a ESPN New Orleans somewhere down there. And he asked him New Orleans. I'm sure they have a good time to I've actually been on ESPN New Orleans, and there's nothing more fun than hearing those people say Chemnitz no seriously, Ernie SPN Orleans than they struggle with with our last oh down there with the accent. Yeah. Right. Thick cajun. I can't even pretend to say it was not not accurate. All right. Coming up next for you. We have got some gambling with the feds you wanna put some money down the Fez's been unbelievable in his his best bets of the week. I think he ended up finishing twelve and three maybe twelve and four right. Zili used hot of the end like the forty Niners were. Yeah. Impr-? Hey, by the way, the forty Niners did win two of their final three leading up to the Rams which is not for of six. No. But to I knew they'd been planned better. Okay. They were peaking. They were peaking point they'd want to out of three. All right. The feds coming up next Mason in Ireland ESPN LA..

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"sixty one percent" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"sixty one percent" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"There's a sixty one percent chance of rain at five o'clock in the afternoon as the game kicks off does that whether change by the way, and I you know, Pete Carroll was he would say there's a forty percent giants thirty nine thirty. Does that change your preparation at all does your game change at all? If it is raining. No it hasn't. No, no won't. I we'll see. I don't know. I'm not I'm not I'm meteorologist, and if it says, it's gonna rain it might might not. We'll see I know. It's been changing all we can. We'll see how much have you played in the rain. A bunch of college just being on the west coast and being up in Oregon and Washington, you know, even LA I played in ring game in college and playing some putting some actually my first game with my career was working came. Mistaken didn't win less need come up in interview. Cow wasn't raining when you did your workout Orrin. It was pouring rain. I it's funny. Remember that? Yeah. It was pouring rain and. Yeah. I thought I thought it performed pretty well. Yeah. No. I know I remember them saying they were impressed. They gave you an opportunity to reschedule the workout or wait until the weather cleared up. But you just went when a write about your business. Yeah. Yeah. You can't control it go about your business and don't expect it if it does rain to affect us much. All right. Well, listen Jared. We are all counting on you. We are. We are really excited about Saturday night at the Coliseum. I will be there. Bryan. You'll be there. Right. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Would not miss this for anything. We can count on you guys being there, then we're good. We we are there. You got. If it does rain is there somebody whose job is holding umbrella over you like well, keep you dry ten to you over there. We do have some people over there. Good yet. Somebody reliable this important weekend. Okay. We won't. All right. Thank you very much, Jerry. There's Jared Goff quarterback of the Los Angeles. Rams. Gotta you gotta keep Jared clean. You know when you stand there on the sidelines. I feel golfing, bro. I feel good. They're going to win this game. Good about we're going to New Orleans. If we're going how about we're staying home and facing the eagles. I don't feel good. I feel confident, but I'm not sure I feel confident the saints are gonna lose. Although Nick foles is a is a wizard assuming we win some sort of sorcerer and if New Orleans wins Norlin twins. We will be in New Orleans next weekend me and want are going to the game. That's awesome. Yeah. And we could probably squeeze a couple of days of shows out of that. Right. Of course, you can you do Thursday and Friday from from New Orleans. Sure, there's a ESPN New Orleans somewhere down there. And he asked him New Orleans. I'm sure they have a good time to I've actually been on ESPN New Orleans, and there's nothing more fun than hearing those people say Chemnitz no seriously, Ernie SPN Orleans than they struggle with with our last oh down there with the accent. Yeah. Right. Thick cajun. I can't even pretend to say it was not not accurate. All right. Coming up next for you. We have got some gambling with the feds you wanna put some money down the Fez's been unbelievable in his his best bets of the week. I think he ended up finishing twelve and three maybe twelve and four right. Zili used hot of the end like the forty Niners were. Yeah. Impr-? Hey, by the way, the forty Niners did win two of their final three leading up to the Rams which is not for of six. No. But to I knew they'd been planned better. Okay. They were peaking. They were peaking point they'd want to out of three. All right. The feds coming up next Mason in Ireland ESPN LA..

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"sixty one percent" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"sixty one percent" Discussed on No Agenda

"Stood sits there just sits in there. And whenever you open the app it sending data. Here's a here's a clip from this presentation, which I thought was a real eye opener. About the true spying? That's going on. I finding was over sixty one percent. We actually tested automatically transferred ater before any other like they literally just from the out. So it's twenty one out of four. So for example, his kayak you'll see pretty much immediately from when the first request is straight to grow. It's a whole load of other dates to many other companies. Well, I could live going for a while folks from that hosts spree which is kind of amusing because it's the bottom of it, which is word never share anything without your permission. Are you able to hear this? Yeah. Yeah. So sending all this mentioned when mention that kayak is the is the website that Obama if you recall it used to promote endlessly. Oh, yeah. Well, wait, they have a little bit more info on kayak in this clip. The top example here is kayaking and since you're in Tulsa to Facebook every time you do a such which is locally. So I've seen first evil they send because it's not just. It's not just the content of your search will slice another's stuff. Like us us, go whatever that is. Go. Skated session ID's and all sorts of other things that are sending to Facebook. The other one lives on the bottom. Here is the King James bible, and is quite typical of a lot of ways the out developers implement. Yes. TK allows them to track your usage through the app. So. This one she told you which I some passage of the bible, you read, which is a Facebook needs to know. But a nerd. But think about that Facebook knows what chapter or verse you're on in your King James bible app. But we don't do anything with your data. The actual advertising data that Facebook uses and this is a request to odd network. I'm as some interesting stuff comes from here is know devices on charge, the ma-, the buttery percentages fool, that's free space. And this isn't this isn't even the most comprehensive example, I've seen that they run their such as accelerometer positions. Other slight interesting ruling with the the F D. So it's crucial to remember this happens. Whether you're a Facebook user interface with your love Daniel, you're.

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"sixty one percent" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"sixty one percent" Discussed on No Agenda

"Stood sits there just sits in there. And whenever you open the app it sending data. Here's a here's a clip from this presentation, which I thought was a real eye opener. About the true spying? That's going on. I finding was over sixty one percent. We actually tested automatically transferred ater before any other like they literally just from the out. So it's twenty one out of four. So for example, his kayak you'll see pretty much immediately from when the first request is straight to grow. It's a whole load of other dates to many other companies. Well, I could live going for a while folks from that hosts spree which is kind of amusing because it's the bottom of it, which is word never share anything without your permission. Are you able to hear this? Yeah. Yeah. So sending all this mentioned when mention that kayak is the is the website that Obama if you recall it used to promote endlessly. Oh, yeah. Well, wait, they have a little bit more info on kayak in this clip. The top example here is kayaking and since you're in Tulsa to Facebook every time you do a such which is locally. So I've seen first evil they send because it's not just. It's not just the content of your search will slice another's stuff. Like us us, go whatever that is. Go. Skated session ID's and all sorts of other things that are sending to Facebook. The other one lives on the bottom. Here is the King James bible, and is quite typical of a lot of ways the out developers implement. Yes. TK allows them to track your usage through the app. So. This one she told you which I some passage of the bible, you read, which is a Facebook needs to know. But a nerd. But think about that Facebook knows what chapter or verse you're on in your King James bible app. But we don't do anything with your data. The actual advertising data that Facebook uses and this is a request to odd network. I'm as some interesting stuff comes from here is know devices on charge, the ma-, the buttery percentages fool, that's free space. And this isn't this isn't even the most comprehensive example, I've seen that they run their such as accelerometer positions. Other slight interesting ruling with the the F D. So it's crucial to remember this happens. Whether you're a Facebook user interface with your love Daniel, you're.

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