35 Burst results for "Sixty Six Percent"
Kanye West leaves fans concerned
"Tiny west was banned from twitter for a whopping twelve hours for posting private information after the rapper engaged in yet another tweet storm. This since deleted tweet included the phone number of an editor for Forbes magazine and the caption that read quote if any, if my friends want to call a white supremacist, this is the editor of Forbes and then had his phone number. That's wild west also appeared to be West. Appeared to be urinating on one of his grammy's with the caption quote. Trust me I won't stop. And I believe him I believe he will not stop I. DO I trust them I definitely trust him on that one. After deleting twenty on Monday declaring that he would not release any new music until he is released from his contracts with Sony Slash ATV. Music Publishing and Universal Kanye West on Tuesday shared a screen shot of what appeared to be a text message conversation with an unnamed adviser who proposed potential game plans and claimed West West is masters are worth more than Taylor. Swift's which I do not think is true I took a poll on instagram and sixty six percent of you think that Taylor's masters were definitely or are definitely worth a lot more. West who Forbes this year estimated had become a billionaire could by his masters or rerecord them. which was the same. You know thing that approach Taylor swift with and the adviser said, but Taylor's caused three, hundred million yours would cost a lot more. I assume the adviser also referring to Scooter Bronze Twenty Nine Acquisition of the label big machine records from Scott for Chata. West. Could also propose a yeezy media and universal joint venture that is equal but not one sided but West replied that he is quote not open to any form of business with universal or Sony. So Conway is. I don't know if you can hear me like doing this while I'm recording but I'm just and break my finger is in my because I just I guess now my head hurts from all of this, it could just so ridiculous. So Kanye. Is Back at it and Kim. Kardashian is just an absolute saint for putting up with all of this because this really is just. So, Connie makes me really uncomfortable with this holy Jesus thing and calling himself a new Moses or whatever now I'm not. Religious by any means I grew up a Christmas Catholic but I went to Sunday school until I got my first communion. So I know there's like this quote out there somewhere that's like I'm your God in new shot have any other gods besides me in a very loose translation, but with Connie being so religious as he claims. It just totally contradicts himself and what he believes and it makes me just really uncomfortable. The whole Sunday service thing is starting to look much more like a call like it was really cute at first but now it's just looking kind of creepy. The whole yeezy brand is very like Orwellian to me and That makes me uneasy when he walked on water at a Sunday service, it wasn't cool it which is weird and they feel like all of these antics like if of these antics came from anybody else. They would be much more called out on it. But because it's conway. And he's just surrounded by so many like, yes people he's not getting really caught out on it people just like ha-had Connie being crazy again, Kanye Saha. Typical and I'm just getting to the point where I'm just very uncomfortable. I. Don't like I really don't support it and listen at the end of the day I hope that he can find help that he means but this is all starting to be a bit too much for me. I I can't I. Don't know how much more Kim is going to last with all of this. I imagine that Kris Jenner is absolutely horrified like they can't keep making excuses for his behavior or acting like everything is okay. Hey they either need to distance distance themselves from him or like diving completely and acknowledged that he is sick like more than just like a statement like actively. Be An advocate for him as opposed to just being quiet and like sweeping things under the rug. Family matter but it's like you have to pick a side. You just have to especially with the platform that you have. You just need to make a decision but again, that's just my opinion. and. You know in the words of Taylor Swift, you just need to come down. I think his value is going to keep going down with literally everything that he does.
5 Often Overlooked Business Mistakes
"Guest today is Patricia stalwart. Patricia. Otherwise known as the prophets teaches business owners, how to get back to basics. Plans to make the money they had in mind when they first started their business. She says that four out of five businesses will fail and the majority of the failures won't be related to money issues. Patricia is the CEO of PS worth the author of the Prophet, Handbook and the host of the so boss three sixty podcasts. Thanks so much for joining me today Patricia. Having me. I am thrilled to have you here. We are going to be exploring the five costly mistakes that business owners make. That are so costly that they can not only at cost the money, but could potentially cost them their business as well. And when I read your bio I, read the US say the four out of five businesses will fail I. think that is a staggering statistic. But that's not really the end of the story. Is it? No I it it's. It's really not the end of the story. The other statistic that sort of buried inside of that is that. Over the past few years. sixty, six percent of businesses either did not make a profit or just broke even. Wow yeah, that's staggering when you is the only a third of the people in business actually made money. On my goodness. Okay how do you survive? So so yeah, those going out of business. That's the end of the story. The story continues on for those. Who Survive in a sense you know. Yeah. Yeah. But not well, and not for very long I mean my gosh how long can? You go I guess you could go for a while breaking even, but then you have no money to invest in your business no money to invest no return on your investment. Remember Your Business is really an investment in an. And if you're just breaking even you're not making any kind of return on your investment. Wow. No kidding. Yeah. Oh my goodness L.. Well. having said that let's jump into these mistakes. So what is the number? One mistake? You see business owners make? Well, it's kind of hard. They're all almost. It's hard to know where to start but I'm just gonNA start with with the first one I thought of and that's Just not understanding where you are related to your goals that is not understanding what's coming in what's going out and where it's going. And what's leftover? We might have an idea of what's coming in. And I have a lot of I mean I talked to a lot of business owners who tell me you know that gut? They know what's going out you know and they know where they stand, they know what's leftover. But when they look at the reality of it, their gut is generally off a little bit. You know. They don't really have much left over as they think they have leftover because they forgotten about all those little expenses that keeps creeping up. And they don't take those things into account. So it is really That's that'll get you right away. If you don't know where you stand at all times not having you know they talk about cash is king and I say cash flow as Queen and if you don't have a King or Queen then. Then you're really sunk your. Yeah. Right. Your Kingdom is falling down absolutely how And so wow, I mean that's that's just I gotta think that then they are just amazed. When they actually seeing what the numbers really are. Yeah, and the here's the issue. Most of them don't want to look at the numbers. I mean nothing like I've talked I've talked to, in fact I to a woman today was a business owner and she said. I can't under I I. Don't see why understanding my numbers would help me Oh my gosh. Yeah. It's like, oh Okay. I have this other philosophy and this philosophy is my job is not to convince you. Or my job is to inform you and if you don't want to take that information, then I'm okay with that. Because, as I always say once I've told you something, you cannot even hear it. So if you don't make your numbers are that important to you find I have no issue with that I have told you and that's the. Wrong. Oh, my goodness. I have so many questions. Okay. Because I mean. I would think that someone would like that would become really really important when some expense out of the blue popped up. And they couldn't cover. Well you know here's the thing. They've done studies and they've they've shown that in in terms of personal finances the average person could not cover a four hundred dollar. You know expense without going into debt using credit card or something like that. The same thing happens to business owners unfortunately there in the same boat because generally the way you manage your personal finances is the same way you manage your business finances and vice versa. So most business owners are right there on the cusp all the time you know anything could just knock them off of that in point
Gatwick airport: air traffic woes for years to come
"Britain's second busiest apple says that the corona virus pandemic we'll continue to severely affect travel for years to come London's Gatwick airport doesn't expect any traffic to turn to pre pandemic levels for four or five years of the passenger volume dropped sixty six percent in the first half of the year with C. E. O. Stewart Wingate saying just seven point five million people traveled through the hub south of London in the first six months of twenty twenty that's down from just over twenty two million in the same period last year got to make says it's already eliminated seven hundred forty jobs and expects to cut another six hundred during the third quarter Charles Taylor this month London
COVID-19 vaccine candidates secure funds; Lysol gets EPA nod
"The number of passengers getting on airplanes continues to rise air travel around the U. S. continued its slow rise around the July fourth holiday weekend according to government figures more than seven hundred thousand people were screened at airport checkpoints over the three day period those are the highest number since March eighteenth but they're still down about sixty six percent from a year ago five more airlines have reached tentative agreements on additional government loans to help them survive the pandemic the treasury department says delta United southwest Alaska and JetBlue have signed letters of intent actually out there
Bad Day for Cash
"It's Thursday may seventh walking to market fully. I'm Chris L. Joining me. The one and only bill barker good to see you good to be here. Earning season just continues to roll along. We're going to talk about the delivery economy. The working from home economy. We're going to start with the war on cash and at the moment cash needs to call a timeout because cash giving its butt kicked square and pay pal both out with first-quarter reports boats stocks up more than ten percent. And it seems like this was less about the results that square and payback delivered in the four first quarter and more about the way everyone is thinking about. Non-cash payment business. Yeah I think that's fair They're interesting reports and this is not maybe certainly not only them but Lift for instance I think or pay Pals report sort of breaks down results into the january-february period And then the march period and then the April period and then go forward period so when they talk about rapidly evolving business situations Many other companies are in the same boat where there's a pretty happy story to tell according to the numbers for January February and then a big change in March and then maybe a stabilization for these companies in April. And then just. We don't know what's going to happen going forward right and true of all businesses. They pretty much. If if there's one thing one unifying thread through every one of these conference calls regardless of the business it's people saying but we don't really know which is totally understandable but in the case of pay pal the I totally understand why they are eager to talk about the current quarter. It's like yes here's our. Here's our first quarter report but once we're done with this let's talk about what's happening in Q. Two because what we're seeing is pretty exciting stuff. Yeah they're seeing. I think quarter million new subscribers a day. Something like that is the pace. They're on right now. I think may I was the largest increase or the largest number of new users. They've ever had This is an acceleration of the future. Really you've covered it You've thrown the war on cash name around it People been following it and this Accelerates what has been going on To cash and where it's going and pay pal has been one of the principal beneficiaries of this A little bit more so than square for the last quarter. But they're both enjoying the very nice days. Stocks Square is is is more reliant on small businesses in a in a way that pay pal. Isn't I mean just for anyone who's been to a small independent shop or a farmer's market or something like that where you know you walk into a tent you think about buying whatever they're selling and they've got the little square thing that you swipe right there so I mean that's that's probably putting a little bit of dent in their q one numbers but it's hard to imagine square not succeeding over the next five to ten years? Yeah it's the you know little white square boxes where Swipe your credit card that you come to know and perhaps love perhaps not love? I mean I have discovered when I am operating with any sort of square interaction that there's a new opportunity to tip somebody at the counter for something that in almost all other circumstances. I don't find myself tipping for this option to just would you like to just go ahead and add? I don't know ten fifteen eighteen twenty percent onto that Which doesn't occur everywhere else. But it's just enough of to guilt me into doing that often. So your and you didn't give specific examples but it sounds like you're talking about. Hey if I'm a coffee shop. Yeah if I had some change or whatever. I'd throw that in the tip jar if I go to an independent bookshop. I'm not necessarily looking to tip the person I'm buying the book from no and yet here a square asking me whether I might consider that So the little square devices aren't getting much business in an era where people are not going into the little small shops but the CASH APP. is Is is doing good business for them and you know competitor then. Mo and You know all the money That you probably owe me for instance you can Use either of those two. Oh you don't owe me any money at the moment you now. I'd be like what are you talking about you? You were in that poker game the other week. That was not a poker game bill. Man Be Twenty Bucks No I. I did hear that you were the person walking away with the money. Yeah Yeah and and now you don't even have to see bill man you can just like send a message on slack and just be like hey man then give me my twenty bucks. Let's move onto the delivery economy and help me understand this because we got. We'RE GOING TO GET THE FIRST QUARTER RESULTS FROM UBER. After the closing bell today but we already got first-quarter results from lift and grab hub and on the surface. It would appear as though grub hub had the better first-quarter results and yet because they broke even and everyone was expecting hub to report a loss and Rub. Shares are down ten twelve percent. Meanwhile lift stock is up more than twenty percent this morning. It's still down for the year but maybe it was The benefit of low expectations but first quarter revenue for lift was up twenty three percent compared to a year ago. Yeah well there's a difference between a stock that is up twenty three percent to get back to about half of the price. It was a couple of months ago And the stocks like Paypal and square. That are at you know approaching all-time highs off of the you know perhaps You know some of the earnings expectations. you know changed around their stories. I think for you know lift. Things are improved over yesterday. Mostly in the sense that the company has reported. It's it's going to save about three hundred million dollars a year on run rate basis On its operations by scaling back on some of it's expensive. So that's that's the better part of the story there. Really the The numbers declined. Of course precipitously in in March And and continue to be In April Over where they were in January and February. But you know the company was sowing pretty pretty strong growth going into the beginning of this For the whole quarter twenty three percent. increased revenue for the quarter. That's completely on the back of the strong. I two months it do. You have any teams like every quarter when home depot comes out with their results. Lows comes out the next day and it's almost always similar but not quite as good. I don't know if we have enough data because they uber and lift haven't been public companies nearly as long as Home Depot and Lowe's but any should we look at Uber reporting after the bell today and think. Oh yeah it'll probably be about what lift is doing. Yeah and in part because Hoover's already announced The massive Layoffs that were announced yesterday and that was I can't remember exactly how many people it was But it was massive In terms of the business so I think that they'll be able to quantify what the savings from that are going to be They obviously found ridership way. Way Off Right now and they've got to find saving somewhere and that usually comes at the cost of employees. So that is. I think the reason that it's up today aside from just the you know the mimicking lift is the. There's I don't know that this would affect the stock price but the announcement that it is a taking an investment in Lime and getting rid of its scooter business and I guess. combining that with limes I I don't know about where you live but where I live. Yeah we need some consolidation in the scooter business way too many of them and it's just again now. These aren't all going to survive. So yeah the sooner you all can get together and decide which brand is going to survive the better. We're all going to be. Yeah I have not found myself using any of the scooters that have plentiful an available wherever you go around Alexandria but Also getting back to Grub a down thirteen percent today. I think that the results today you would have to have believed that if there were a time when Grubb was going to have a great quarter it would be the one just announced So the fact that they weren't really able to translate to additional orders into additional profitability and have said that they are nearly all of their profits. the in the coming quarter are going to be used to generate additional orders for the restaurant partners. Okay you know being a good partner with the restaurants which they have been accused of not being a great partner to restaurants in the past maybe long term but you know they're they're a company that you would think well they. They be raking it in right now. And that's that's really not the case. Yeah this is absolutely one of those times where it's I think. Completely Fair for investors to look at a business and say it's put up or shut up time if Grub can't get it done at a time when there's a national pandemic and people trapped inside their homes. I'm sorry Yup it may be time to move on and where you know. The the UBER EATS is a legitimate competitor. as his door dash but I think that that will be one of the interesting things to get a from. This evening's call by Uber They're gonNA see the ridership way way way down but ubereats will make up Some of those losses For the company and say the other thing that they'll be pointing to is is the money that they have been able to save going forward With the UNFORTUNATE LAYOFFS. That are necessary. Let's ramp up with Peleton Shares of Peleton fifteen percent hitting an all time high although it's only been a public company since last September so but still a good day for Peleton third quarter report big again not surprising big jump in sales big jump in membership huge huge jumping in sales up sixty six percent something like that And the subscription revenue is up more more than that and this is without one of their principle items Really available for sale in most cases that is they're they're better known for the bikes but they also sell What I would deem to be outrageously expensive treadmills you might be able to comment on that because you're the ultra marathoner here and They sell treadmills which they can't Install right now because they can't go into people's houses and it takes a couple multiple repairman to construct these things. But they're forty three hundred dollars and What what do you think about that so? I don't have a treadmill in my home. I have never been interested in having a treadmill in my home so I I can't say I have a good sense of what a reasonable price for a treadmill. Is You know why that is. I prefer running outdoors. 'cause it's yeah you're from Maine. So the the worst weather that northern Virginia has to offer. You is like kind of a joke to you. Know to your makeup right. I mean I'm not a big fan of running in driving rain but yeah I'll run twelve months out of the year. Sure yeah and weaker people than yourself. Less hardy people from America really Are are willing to spend apparently forty three hundred dollars on a treadmill or will according to Peleton when they're able to bring these people these devices into people's homes and construct them in the meantime the twenty to twenty five hundred dollar bikes Are going like hotcakes. there's a panic buying. Apparently you know according to I think the New York Times of of these New New York Times readership probably intersex fairly well with Palestinians subscribers so They've had the largest class in their history. Twenty three thousand people In one class And just all the numbers up and down. Look Great and At the moment not that they want to rub it in but the nobody's really rubbing it in when they're having a very good quarter right now. They're couching their enthusiasm for results in in more muted terms than that. But they're having the last laugh over everybody who is trying to dance upon their graves for their Christmas ads. They certainly are. And it's not hard for me to imagine that businesses start to get involved with Peleton and by that I mean if we are going to. We're going to see a shift in businesses where businesses conducted. I don't know about you. I'm already hearing from friends of mine. Who Work in Manhattan and there in situations where a fifty thousand square feet of office space in downtown Manhattan and. Now they're saying well. We don't think we're going to need this anymore. And instead we're just GONNA find a couple of smaller footprint places out in the suburbs instead of fifty thousand square feet. We're going to need about ten thousand square feet. We're going to shift how we spend money as a business. We're going to be spending less on office space but we want to make sure our employees are happy and so instead of subsidizing their commute. We're going to subsidize their Home Office. And it wouldn't shock me at all in the next six months start hearing about businesses that are using. Peleton as a way to recruit people could be could be. You should Do Pr for them. I think they're doing fine. Npr FOR THEM BILL Mark. Thanks for being
Governor Cuomo outlines results of new hospitalization data from New York hospitals
"One governor Cuomo says the number of total hospitalizations in New York is going down with six hundred new cases of coronavirus reported yesterday of patients that is being admitted to hospitals and we're learning more about patients who are being and many York continues its slow descent down the corona virus curve the governor said they have to figure out who is still getting infected and why and what can we learn from those people to further target and refine our strategy most of the new cases admitted to hospitals in the state were in New York City and the surrounding suburbs Andrew Cuomo said a majority were minorities and ninety six percent of them had underlying illnesses this is a surprise overwhelmingly the people were at home sixty six percent in total with most being over fifty one and only three percent were using public transportation Steve casting about for ten
Who is Getting Hospitalized for COVID-19 in New York?
"New data from New York shows exactly who is being hospitalized with corona virus there governor Cuomo eighteen percent of the people came from nursing homes less than one percent came from jail or prison to percent came from the homeless population to percent from other congregate facilities but sixty six percent of the people were at home which is shocking
Wayfair shares rocket higher as coronavirus-related store closures shift more demand its way
"Let's kick things off with wayfair the home furniture and home decor ecommerce retailer. Sheriff of wayfair twenty percent on better-than-expected revenues. Now Jason They are doing a big business in office furniture perhaps not surprisingly and cookware. Now they reported twenty one point one million active customers. That's up twenty nine percent from a year ago so that all sounds good and so. It's a bit surprising Jason for I think a lot of people when they discover that wayfair is actually losing money. So unpack all of that for us. Yeah I mean well this wayfair. Losing money is not really anything new. That's what they've been doing pretty much ever since they've been in existence but it's all for a longer term goal. I think certainly we're seeing a time like this is shining light on the advantages of the market of waivers pursuing. They aren't close for business. A lot of their competitors are in and they will be for awhile and when they reopened their competitor is going to be very limited to the traffic they can take in and they're going to be limited by the willingness of consumers to constantly go out in shop for furniture in the house and credit spaces. So you know. We're we're definitely seeing a lot of a lot of the tailwinds that are coming into play for like wayfair but to go to those numbers that you were talking about at the beginning there. I mean across the board again. The metrics that matter continued all head in the right direction so total revenue of two point. Three billion dollars up nineteen point eight percent from a year ago gross margin actually ticked up seventy basis points from a year ago. And that's important. Because the shipping and fulfillment costs are included there in that gross margin and. That's one of the bigger challenges for business like this active customers. Twenty one point one million versus sixteen point four million a year ago. Orders delivered nine point nine million up twenty one percent from year ago but the key metric here and the one we talk about every time we talk about wafers earnings repeat customers play sixty nine point eight percent of total orders in the first quarter and that compares to sixty six percent from the first quarter of two thousand and nineteen that the reason why that matters costs a lot of money to acquire those customers. Okay once they get those customers in they want to keep selling those customers more stuff and so the more they can get those repeat customers. The less they have to pay for those acquisition costs in down the road that ultimately results profitability for the business. There there yet but they're certainly getting closer. Okay I wanNA talk about another metric and that is the stock. The stock chart for Wayfair is just amazing. I would encourage. Everyone and I don't think I've ever done this on the show but I would encourage everyone to look at the year to date wayfair stock charts so at the beginning of the year in January Jason shares around ninety three dollars by mid-march Sheriff down to twenty three dollars which was around a five year. Low K ninety three to twenty three now seven weeks later shares or at one hundred and sixty box. How is that happening? What is going on with the stock that goes from twenty three to one sixty and around seven weeks? I mean you're exactly right. I mean it's been a phenomenal ride in a very short period of time. I think there are a lot of factors at play here primarily so I think when you looked wayfair we think about before. Even the corona virus concerns. Okay if we go back. Even pre cove in nineteen wayfair along with a lot of other companies they were dealing with. You may remember those China trade issues that we were batting around the headlines Seemingly every day and that was something for seemingly I think around eighteen months or something so they were dealing with that China trade problems and that matters because a lot of wayfair supply chain really does come out of China so that was a headwind then the beginning of the year. Obviously the corona virus concerns developed in. We entered this bear market in that. Killed Everything wayfair notwithstanding. I was really where you so wayfair. Just get shellacked now. We're seeing not only with the results of the companies turning in but the general markets turn. It's clear that actually wafers market opportunities. It's accelerating and that kind of goes back to what I was talking about before with all of their competition. A lot of their competition is there are closed for business right and even furthermore when they reopened they're going to face myriad challenge just to get business back to the way it was in so I think along the way here wayfair decision pretty good things I mean they. They raise some capital. They were able to pull on some money from some investors to strengthen up their balance sheet through a private placement. They did have to let go of some employees. I think somewhere in the neighborhood of six hundred people or so now. That's obviously not good for people losing their jobs but ultimately for for a business that was arguably bloated it rights is the business of the business and then I think finally going to the results. Today there were some key points that management may may call that. I think really leading to some of the enthusiasm. The one thing that stood out to me. They said I'll read this quote to you. They said I quote. Starting IN MID-MARCH. We saw pickup in both traffic and conversion with increasingly strong repeat behavior coupled with acceleration in new customer orders in. So that's like the opposite of everything women hearing to this point. We're hearing about how businesses were doing fine in January and February and then march business fell a cliff way fares basically witness witnessing the opposite
Poll: Many Americans feel lonely and anxious during pandemic
"Is staying indoors help stop spread of coronaviruses left you're lonely and anxious you're not alone new study reveals at least two thirds of all U. S. residents feel the same way inducted by university of Chicago to gauge the impact of the corona virus pandemic on emotional health study reveals more than sixty six percent of people have been struggling with feelings of hopelessness nervousness depression and loneliness and stay at home orders were issued of that group two in ten people say they've experienced at least one of those feelings for three or more consecutive days for some the stress has manifested as physical conditions fourteen percent have experience sweating nausea or hyper ventilation because of the
Young Voters Solidly Favor Joe Biden Over Donald Trump: Poll
"New new Harvard Harvard University University poll poll finds finds former former vice vice president president Joe Joe Biden Biden was was a a significant significant lead lead over president trump among young Americans WBZ's Mike Macklin reports Biden enjoys a lead comparable to what Bernie Sanders would have enjoyed it on top of the democratic ticket according to the Harvard poll former vice president Biden leads president trump fifty one percent to twenty eight percent among all young Americans age eighteen to twenty nine two thirds of those polled sixty six percent disapprove of president trump's job performance and by a two to one margin they say the president has made their lives worse more than three in five agree the outcome of the twenty twenty election will make a difference in their lives more than half of those polled say they will definitely vote in this November's presidential election
Beer, wine and liquor sales increase during ‘stay-at-home’ order
"And well here's a business is doing well alcohol sales have skyrocketed as more people stay home and bars remain closed according to one market research firm sales of alcoholic beverages rose fifty five percent in the past week sales of spirits like tequila gin and pre mixed cocktails jumped seventy five percent compared to the same period last year wine sales up sixty six percent beer sales up forty two percent most of the sales were online orders compared to in store sales online alcohol sales were up two hundred forty three percent growth rates Pete this people loaded up their pantries before stay at home orders
"I'm your host Scott Benjamin and I am Kirk Garin. I'm super excited about this show this week because we've got a topic that's got a lot of meat to it and something that. I think that Is going to be just right for conversation between the two of us because we both have an interest in the sort of thing anyway in a little bit of track driving a little bit of Little Thrill seeking. I guess. Maybe we're both kind of Not Adrenalin Junkies. But we both like to Kinda chest limits of our vehicles kind of you know. Just get out there and have a little bit of fun on them. And I think this is something that a lot of people can relate to. Maybe not a lot of people have done this in the past. Of course. I think we're GONNA find very few of our listeners. Have actually done this but there are a couple of examples that that I'll tell you about in just a moment so let's just jump right into it and I'll tell our listeners. What we're GONNA be talking about today in. It was kind of a question that I had. And it's something that I I know. I voiced on my other show on car stuff in the past and and I think maybe answered it a little bit and we've even discussed this track and Ha- I'll get to all of this. You understand in just a moment but my question is about the nurburgring and the nurburgring has in the past. I don't know decade or maybe even twelve fifteen years seemed to be the place that manufacturers have taken their automobiles to test limits to see how fast they can lap the nurburgring and it was a specific part of the nurburgring. That they do. This in. There's it's it's a It's a certain loop that they tested on. We'll talk about it. What it is is. It's kind of like a a level playing field for all manufacturers to be able to go and say we can run this track at this speed in this amount of time in this car and it. That's where cars the best and if you think you can top it go do it. Yeah and it offers a bunch of different types of conditions as well through the surface of the course and the terrain and weather and all sorts of other obstacles that make it interesting and kind of like a something to brag about though absolutely. We're we'll talk about all of this because there's some really believe it or not. Even the weather is a fascinating topic on this track. So as the surface material because it changes over over time Over distance rather and maybe one of the coolest things about this is that you can go and drive on this track if you just have a few dollars in your pocket. It doesn't really cost that much money. It's officially a toll road and I know I'm probably not giving anything away by saying that right now and then there's some fascinating things that go along with this whole thing. Now here's a little bit of background and I. I want temper this with this thought. It was a car stuff episode on the Nurburgring and we went through a lot of history. We went through the details of how they modify the track. And you know like the different curves and all that stuff and and the The barriers and I. It's just a lot of information about the track itself. So there's a ton of history. There's a ton of material there about Grand Prix or about Grand Prix racing in about You know the switch over Formula One and all of that. It's all there So I don't Wanna I don't WANNA double up on too much of that and I know that's tough not to step on that so we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA have a little bit of overlap but not a whole lot now. There's a few things that I do. I do feel like we need to repeat. This is just because there's some really interesting things about this. Track that thinker important and one number one. Probably the most important thing that we need to know about this track is that it's insanely dangerous. Insanely dangerous. I mean it really is and it was designed a long time ago. I think the track was built in one thousand nine hundred eighty five and I. It's like it's a huge huge track. It's it's what Woke in its current Form I think that the overall lap if you the norge left's norge sleep that we're GonNa talk about which is the north loop Is about fourteen I. It's over fourteen. Miles right yeah okay. So one hundred fifty turns. Yeah Oh yeah. That's right that's right. Yeah that's another important point. This is this. Of course it goes through the mountains. I'd like to see with allocation changes. Of course that I think that I think that I read somewhere that the elevation changes over a thousand feet Between the start and finish of the of the tracks so really an interesting track. It's fascinating what did you say? One hundred and fifty some turns you Y. They had more. They tried to make it safer and And that's partly due to Jackie Stewart in fact. It's it's mostly due to Jackie Stewart and a lot of other f one drivers that got together and said we are actually where they're actually going to boycott this race if they didn't make some changes in this. This wasn't always the case because early on you know Formula One. It was a little bit different. Who is it was? It was faster but it wasn't quite as fast and it wasn't quite as dangerous as it was in the late nineteen sixties and they started adding some wings to the cars and add a little. More downforce You know where the car stuck to the track exactly so when they when they would over some of the more pronounced elevation quick elevation changes. Maybe the car would get lighter than it should have been or trying to figure out why the drivers were so afraid of this particular track. And that's all I could come up with Scott wasn't that the course changed course exactly. Yeah the car's got faster in. The cars changed more dependent on air flowing flowing around it in a certain way. Absolutely not cars aren't supposed to get too far off the caress service. Yeah exactly right. Cars DESIGNED TO BE ON THE TRACK SURFACE. And we've talked about this with you know the thrust S. S. C. And you know all the other cars that are going fast and essentially every card. We talked about so far on the fast track But cars are designed to stay low to stay kind of stuck to the ground. The faster you go the more downforce. They have to have in order to stay on the ground. And what happens is that there's some dramatic elevation changes and whether it's just a little rise or You know it's like you're coming over a crest and you can't see what's going on and on the other side of it In a drops right off at this point. The cars were going so fast that they were becoming airborne and part of the problem. Was that with the way that the downforce was Designed these cars I. It was meant to act like a reverse wing to push the car down so when you get air underneath the car it acts in the opposite way. It acts like it's GonNa WanNa lift off and we've seen that in recent years of course with lemond other tracks as well. It's not just it's not just the neubergring But but tracks were cars become airborne these road courses are really really dangerous for drivers that are going super super fast and Back then you know back in the delete sick making sixties Jackie Stewart was saying at the time and I think I've mentioned this and other podcasts. Even though the F. One podcast is that you know a lot of his friends. Were dying on this on this. Unease circuits on these Research in the nurburgring was especially dangerous. In fact One of the facts that came out of the last Cardiff episode. And I think it was. Something that Ben mentioned is that this is hard to believe in. I don't know where he dug this up but I but I do remember him saying that. F One drivers had a two thirds chance over five years of competition that they would be killed in competition in five years. Two thirds chance that sixty six percent chance that you would die in a race if you raise for five years or longer. Nfl competition at the time. And this is like during the late nineteen sixties early nineteen seventies. So Jackie Stewart had a very valid point. You know he said. You know I'm losing. I'm losing friends every weekend on these tracks. Safeties got improve in some way. Let's start with cars of course but let's move onto you know safety equipment and tracks and everything. So he wanted improvements everywhere the Nurburgring. They responded they changed a lot of the a lot of the track. You know they slowed down some of the corners and you know it made it a little bit safer in a lot of ways and there's a lot of ways they can design corners to make them a little bit better but overall still. The Nurburgring is just an inherently dangerous. Course for a lot of reasons and I I think you you already know a couple of reasons. Why Yeah Yeah. I think I know what you're trying to get. At the fact that the track is kind of laid right on top of these extremely rolling hills and in the middle of a forest It's a lot narrower than a lot of modern day race tracks are designed to be The surface is different. The weather conditions are different. And then just the general speed at which you're going Of course was designed at a time when cars didn't see speeds like they see now sure they were fast but they weren't quite as fast as now we're in the sixties and seventies and then even now. I mean they're they're incredibly fast and you know. I think I want to mention this right now. If that's all right I I wanted to take just a second to say that I think the last German Grand Prix that was run at the nurburgring. And that's very specific. We'll we'll talk about that in a second but the last one was run at the nurburgring was in two thousand thirteen and You know of course there were other journ Grand Prix is I mean. The latest one was in twenty eighteen. I believe right or was there one in twenty nineteen there might have been the German Green. Just had it okay. All right But but they kind of like skip around so it's not always run at Hockenheim ring or at the nurburgring. It's kind of a mix the two or sometimes it's just not even either one of those you know depending on whether they're gonna run something else
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Solar panels go online in Fayetteville, Arkansas
"On eighty seven acres of land owned by the city. The offense they'll Arkansas. Solar panels absorbed the sun's rays last year the city partnered with the local utility and solar developer on a pair of five megawatt installations which went online September. They now generate enough electricity to fully power the cities to waste water treatment plants. Peter Near Garden. His Fan built environmental director in total. Those plants us about sixty six percent of the total atrocity consumed by city Fayetteville government operations. So so he says. The project takes the city a long way towards meeting. Its goal of powering all city facilities with renewable energy by twenty thirty and it saves money because the city Bai's the solar power at a rate slightly lower than what it paid for electricity from the utility just made really good economic sense for us. It made good energy sense for us and made good political sense for us near and garden encourages other cities to switch to renewables. It's not that difficult. The price of renewals numerals particularly solar has come way down. These types of projects are very accessible and with the right partner. Very doable
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"Is working too much raising your blood pressure Dave driver explains working more than forty nine hours a week increases your risk of high blood pressure according to researchers at love all university in Canada they examined over three thousand five hundred men and women white collar workers over five years even accounting for the affects of diabetes smoking and alcohol use people who work more hours in a week sixty six percent and higher risk of having high blood pressure their blood pressure was measured by device they wore at work workers who work longer also had managed to hypertension meaning it was normal in the doctor's office but higher when measured at home or work Dave Schreiber
"sixty six percent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"I can't begin to tell you New Zealand's changes to eliminating this firearm that firearm there are multiple reports that the shooter that murdered forty nine was thwarted at the second moss because someone had a semi automatic weapon. I've heard of that said a couple of different ways. Why is the answer always the gun ban? Exactly. What is it? New Zealand has done. Really what they've done by saying they're going to ban semi automatic rifle that. What they've done is. They've given in and cowered in the corner and change who they are because of one disgustingly violent person we're going to dig into that bond. Tony cats today at eleven o'clock, but first things first who is the best. And I know what you're saying. You're saying me, and you are not wrong. Tony cats Ninety-three WIBC. But now it is Michael Jordan over LeBron. Wow. Now that was a good good dolphin sound their producer Ari. I didn't know I didn't know we were we were doing that here. Good stuff. Lebron James finished second in who is the greatest of all time. It was a survey that was put out Jordan in terms of basketball players is the goat the greatest of of all time. Yeah. Here's the list. Jordan sixty six percent sixty six percent. Lebron James is ten. Larry Bird is four percent. That that number should be so much higher. Will Chamberlain of course, much higher Wilt Chamberlain. Three point five percent Shaquille. Two point seven percent. Kobe two point three Jabbar of the point one Steph curry two percent. Numbers. Nuts. Bill. Russell doesn't. Even get a percent doesn't get a present. Neither is Magic Johnson's. This is this is just this is silly. This is silly. So I don't know how you determine greatness. I don't know if you determined by points determined by rings a determined by impact, right? You can't deny the impact of Larry Bird on the Celtics can't deny the impact of Bill. Russell either. You can't deny the impact. A Magic Johnson on on the Lakers. The sport who had more impact on the sport. Magic johnson. Or or Michael Jordan in terms of how the game is played. You think Michael Jordan had more of an impact on how the game is played. Oh, oh, I I'm not one hundred percent. Sure. That so I don't know like where people like like they come from. To be able to do these things because I would argue that Jordan probably the best who ever played the game. Why he's not who's the best play the game LeBron James by a country mile or you silly stats. Tony sally. I look at stats. Silly good. Gosh. The people have decided that you are a moron. I'm just telling you what they decided right here. They they they they looked at your view your version, and what they determined is very careful consideration conclusion that your new system sucks. So. That's all there is to it. I can't do anything about it. The I don't I mean, just a Johnson is less than one percent that I don't know. Maybe I just feel old at that moment. Like, it's just it's it's almost painful to watch that and witnessed that see Steph curry on the list like I. Guy can shoot guy can shoot man. It's absolutely positively incredible. I listen a kills me. You know, it's the worst. Reggie Miller's not even on the list readies, not even on the list assignment. Right. That is not Rick Smits. Where is he where this list is drac? I tell you. If you go that. Enjoy the laugh. I'm Tony cats..
"sixty six percent" Discussed on KCRW
"You know, there will have to be a binary setup. And we'll have to be policed. Unchecked. It will be imposed, and it will have repercussions the violence that I referenced earlier the reason it will be imposed is because to protect the single market otherwise Britain could do. He'll say for cheaper site American beef, which doesn't adhere to the same standards about hormones and the meat and this meat could then enter the EU through the the border in Ireland, and that would be detrimental for Irish farmers. But also for e you farmers sooner or later, the be checks to navigable. Okay. Martinez. Devlin? Thanks very much for your insights. Really? Appreciate it. Pleasure. She is an author and columnist in Dublin. Hurricane. Michael destroyed. Thousands of homes and apartments on Florida's panhandle and rebuilding. Their will take years in Panama City, and surrounding communities officials are struggling to find housing for families who more than three months after the storm are still homeless embarrassed. Greg Allen has the story in Panama City, the Macedonia. Garden apartments are now, mostly vacant. Debris litters the grounds. One building lost its walls and much of its second floor most other buildings have severe roof damage there were about one hundred families living here when the storm hit Lorraine to priest was staying in her brother's apartment after the storm. She says everyone was told they had to leave right away. Because some people have been here thirty forty years all life. They really didn't wanna leave. Leave because there's no power no water. Nothing. The priest was lucky she found another place to live nearby her brother and his wife relocated to California. And she does know when they'll be able to return their apartment and the entire complex. She says is a mess when they had the power on the response. Tillman added the J building, and then they had turned off gas. And then there was a water leak. So see we're stuck several other similar apartment communities were also devastated in the storm, including to public housing complexes. Greg Nikki is Panama city's mayor in our community here. Sixty six percent.
"sixty six percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Alanon dot org. Welcome back to perspective, I'm Sherry Preston. After his address this week, President Trump visited the southern border to examine what he called the humanitarian crisis their ABC's. Jim Ryan has been at the southern border in mcallen, Texas this week. I spoke to him about what he sees. What are you seeing Jim? Well, we saw a city that's kind of a debate with itself. Sherry a city that really can't decide whether it wants to see a a physical barrier set up on the line that separates this community from Reynosa Mexico. A lot of people think that it's a great idea. Some other say that it's not really needed the mayor of McKellen, for example, says that the president's characterization of as crisis. He says it's simply not accurate that this is a safe place to be and that he's driving away business. And tourism the president is by saying that things are worse than they might be. You have talked to people on both sides of the wall debate, some people say, they welcome it, and they support President Trump's strongly. Other people say it's simply not needed is that kind of what you've seen along the border, at least in mcallen. Absolutely first of all politically this community is is unusual McKellen sits in Hidalgo county. If you look at the voting records from two thousand sixteen sixty six percent of this county went for Hillary Clinton strongly blue community here. And yet a lot of people feel that there has to be something done about border security, whether it's a wall or something else, and in fact, as the president was meeting with border patrol officials on Thursday. There was a big demonstration going on. Street outside Sherry on one side of the street, hundreds of people who support.
"sixty six percent" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"No stopping headphones. I need. No stupid. Scanners going I need no screaming people around the eye in the wrong business. Five o'clock every morning humming. Really loud. I don't understand. Listen to when I was doing homework and the high school, I couldn't have music on my friends would have glaring. What about homework homework, I had to have music. Dave. I know you like to hear music as long as it's something. I like like, okay, for instance, account temps did a survey and found out that eighty five percent of professionals say they liked listening to work our music at work that number goes up to ninety five percent for your millennials in sixty six percent of people my age say that they work better with music. I do I'll sing the songs. I'll start singing Nazi. I would rather. Listen to the music of the people that actually did it. Oh, no. Then somebody else harming or doing something else. It could snap. You out of the worst. I mean, it it really is a game changer. I know when I when I do Spurs logs and stuff like that. And I'm sitting there, I always put music on because it gets me go and makes me move faster than I don't sit there and dwell on can hear it down the hall jamming out. Yes, I know in the one thing is I'm hard of hearing. So I have to have it loud. How did that happen? I'm sorry. What? My mom says it's from listening to music too loud. But I didn't hear when she said. So I'm not so sure that that's exactly what she said ACDC concerts. You had something to do with it. I guarantee it didn't help and I have one good year in one bad ear, and it just so happens it Cindy sits on the side of me that I have the bad here. So I can go what I'm sorry. You're on the wrong side. That's all I can say. The right side adhere hear everything you said, and then she wants to rearrange furniture. Good idea. You wearing headphones, you know, eight hours a day. It's gonna do a number on your hearing. And I've only almost forty and I already can tell my hearing's not that great. It gets worse. You get now I've done stupid stuff when I was younger like putting on an eight track tape, eight track tapes that would never stop. And I would put it in and put my headphones on lay down and go to bed and wake up the next morning. And it's blaring. Ted Nugent screaming at me when I wake up, and you talk about a rude awakening. He and hard to hear the rest of that day ears ringing. Yes. And I was told that that might have something to do with mine my hearing loss, and I said, I don't understand what you're saying. I don't know where that came from. Now, there are offices at don't allow people listening to music, and that's to me wrong. It's wrong. If you if you can keep it at a low volume, you don't disturb your co workers. Unlike I do I think you should be able to do whatever you want to do now wearing headphones depending on your business. Now, there are some places where that's not safe. But I still think it would help productivity along if you let people do what they wanted to do as long as they worked as long as they work that would be the stipulation I would have well forty four percent of workers say it's allowed. And there are no restrictions. Thirty eight percent say there are restrictions like you can't wear headphones. Meanwhile, there's only nine percent of the people in this whole survey. That's offices will not allow them to listen to music. Now. I do have a question for you before we get to the break here real quick. When you go into a store, and they're playing music that you don't like do you ever say anything? No, I ask if there's any way we can change it. And of course, I never get any answers. Zac, anyway. But you know, that's that's another topic right there..
"sixty six percent" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"One of them pulling data here two thirds. Of Republicans and sixty six percents Gave President Trump high marks, for how, he handled Putin in Helsinki last week, now this is ABC news Washington Post poll It says here fifty percent of Americans overall disagree with Trump's handling a Putin thirty three percent approve eighteen have no opinion at all sixty seven percent. Of, Republicans approve of Trump's, handling of Putin Besides that they can't believe this folks I know that, I have mentioned this a. Few times but it bears repeating it, if you want to understand her behavior which. I think is crucial in defeating them they thought. They would have Trump gone long ago they, thought they would be back in power which is what they are. Livid about that they have lost power they can't get it. Back despite being in the deep state despite this Trump, still holds the. Power that they seek that they consider there's almost as an entitlement and they are beside, themselves when they see numbers like this like Trump's approval numbers sticking up after all that they, fired at him last week And believe me, it the reason. They're upset is not because Trump's numbers went up in connection with how he performed last, week they're upset that Trump's numbers went up despite all that they threw at him That's what they can't believe they are close to. Being, at their wit's end now with sixty six percent of Republicans that that is not separating Trump from his base and this one has. Really thrown them from four four loops in a lot of places now here's what you need to remember. To keep all of this in perspective for the last at least thirty years And it may even be longer if you want to throw Richard Nixon in the mix here The left the, Democrats the media that group of people have been able to get rid of or shut up Emme conservative Republican they were afraid of There have been I can't. I can't think of very many. Exceptions Reagan was one But they have. Been pretty much At will been able to do, great damage terms of reputation effectiveness On any conservative Republican. They are threatened by and believe me that's why. They do it they. Will always tell us who they're afraid of they will always be it's the people they hate the most All it, took was a few, well-timed and well coordinated stories about a past indiscretion or an ill worded interview or some titillating rumor of past behavior and the. Republicans would resign and fade meekly into the sunset asking to. Be forgiven asking to be forgiven for. Making such a transgression against. The state and seeking to be readmitted after the..
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"sixty six percent" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
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"sixty six percent" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
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"sixty six percent" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"She's trying through her movies to send messages to us saying to me please infinity war has recently overtaken black panther to be the most successful movie in the world this year black panther also less than fifty percent global box office so it's not as much as a quiet place but still to a large gre a more an american phenomenon than other countries though still did really well overseas but now then is the most successful movie in the world indoor with sixty six percent of the box office being made overseas she's does make me wonder if it's getting at something like because it's sort of an i don't want to spoil anything but just totally it is the empire strikes back of the marvel cinematic universe it's very like ends not in a happy place and i'm just very good point i'm just wondering if it's resonating so well with people because you know it it's matching how people are experiencing the world right now how people feel about the world the news does not have many happy endings right now for the vast majority of the people on the globe on the globe yeah around you know what i think that that's i think that's spot on jack here's why i think that's spot on because you walk out of that movie wanting deeply to believe that it's not that way that what you just saw isn't what's happening right and man that's exactly how i felt on that day right like i remember like being like nah i'm will wake up rama waco this it's not real and i think that yeah i think that that's exactly what that movies tapping into yeah i wonder like because when i first saw the previews for this movie i was like.
"sixty six percent" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Drunk bud gassed guy problems if you're a guy you know all about it well how about hymns you should know all about that a new wellness brand for men what kind of problems well sixty six percent of men lose their hair by age thirty five and here's the thing you start to notice hair loss it's too late really to do anything about it it's easier to keep the hair you have to replace the hair you've lost so that's where for hymns comes in four hymns dot com it's a one stop shop for hair loss skincare sexual wellness all four men thanks to science baldness can be optional hymns connects you with real doctors folks these are not quacks real doctors and they give you medical grade solutions to treat hair loss we're not talking about any sort of fake stuff snake oil pills nope these prescriptions solutions backed by science there's no waiting room no awkward doctors visits it's easy answer a few questions the doctor can prescribe what you need and the products are shipped directly to you order now because my listeners get a trial month of hymns for just five bucks today right now while supplies last see website for full details this would cost hundreds if you went to the doctor or pharmacy go to four hymns dot com slash trunk that's f o r h i m s dot com slash t r u n k four hymns dot com slash trunk this is the eddie trunk podcast.
"sixty six percent" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press
"Wants them to do something to protect their privacy the question now turns to what is that something when we come back and game a voter enthusiasm gap it could make all the difference in the world this november now with endgame and if you more details from our new nbc news wall street journal poll and what it has to say about the november midterm elections and our poll forty seven percent said they would like to see the democrats control congress while forty percent would prefer republican control it slightly better for republicans actually this month a month ago we had fifty to forty for the democrats but look at this sixty six percent of democrats say they're highly interested in the midterm election we'll just forty nine percent of republicans say the same thing about this year's midterms and show you that the news gods have sense of humor in twenty ten those same numbers conducted about the same period of time where exactly reversed it was sixty six percent of republicans in two thousand ten who were showing a high interest in those terms compared to forty nine percent of democrats and remember this in two thousand ten republicans gained sixty three seats house and six sen senate alcott nece this is why the ryan retirement was seen as sort of a other piece of evidence nother shoot a drop no that wasn't his intention is the way you read it you look generic number seven percents not all that much most of us believe you gotta get into double digits fuller generics to make a lot of sense in terms of landslide but when you start looking at specifics which are you know turn out and independence than it starts the case so far starts getting a little wellness and that that was the empirical proof in pro i wanna talk about trumpism versus ryan is steve steve hayes editor in chief of the weekly standard always been a big defender paul ryan writes this republican officials are afraid to take on trump because they're based elect the guy and the base still likes the guy in part because so few elected republicans take him on this is the harsh reality for movement conservatives this was sort of mark of his obituary for the ryan years thought it was one hundred percent correct i mean i think when when you try to merge the two things together.
"sixty six percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Our and as a parent might now a grandparent i really believe that we have to listen to our kids in a different way we have to listen to them through the land of what the world of work is really about today most of the jobs being created do not require a bachelor's degree at all let alone a bachelor's degree from an elite institution and we're fortunate enough to have some great institutions the match drew but i tell my parrot when they come in talk to us ask your child is very simple question what you love to do and what do you do well and i think parents they'd could listen to that and then if they've got deep and guidance counsellors in their goal of them who are gonna lift for the kids as well we can offer apparent occupational opportunities for the kids with the parents may not have previously considered much like the plumber that you're talking about worthy of welding students that are making big be seventy thousand a year right out of a program like the one that georgia's austin about let let me ask you this question are you are a suit that you've seen a amasses to george permit man to live and go off to college and get other degrees besides just a plumbing electrical yes sixty six percent of our kids to go to college and so now they've got a business degree and a trade to great you know it does it get any better than that because now now the guy is a plumber another the attrition but he's learned business to now we can open up his own company eventually in start is our business and employ other people and give them work so those entrepreneurial skills to be foundational for every kid and i will i agree and look let them get a chance to see a small business in operation ah you know a successful contractor like yourself and jerry blood parrot beat the kind of work you do and blood currency the.
"sixty six percent" Discussed on WEEI
"Up or down her the team it's like i don't know what to expect from the only he has been includes they play they have these really good stretches and lewis that is your keep it guy a colony time in ansi a early candidate for call the night and probably going to be the call the night they plenty stretches where they play the reds and they had this ability to come back that's what makes them a very likeable team they come back late and close and games you know the the reds game on sunday four runs in the eighth inning they have eleven wins now when trailing after seven innings teams don't do that i can pick through right here where i was looking at the and he's right september they had a very good september and the but they beat up on some very bad teams here trailing after seven innings they won eleven games this year they won eleven games in the eighth and ninth innings an extra innings this year team should not be able to do that tied after seven their twelve and six they win sixty six percent of their games in the games tied after seven they've come back and won five games trailing after eight there are twenty two win seventeen of one run games the ten four walk off games this team we know what they are an extra innings right we know how good they are fifteen in three an extra innings they win these games close it late lewis and that's what makes a likeable then they add these stretch worth three or four game she they cannot hit themselves at other rut they can't pitch they can't do anything to your point there's no consistency and were bitch in about the save this team right now when they can win the pomeranz and sale nakata's rise any of us if they go in and win and a lds in beat houston or be cleveland and get to and lcs this year they.
"sixty six percent" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily
"By 1950 homeownership rates had reached fifty five percent and continued to climb through the rest of the 20th century reaching sixty six percent in two thousand millennials grew up at the end of this long cycle of positive homeownership trends has derek thompson of the atlantic put it quote many millennials came of age in the longest economic expansion of the 20th century and graduated into the worst recession since the 1930s and quote the rules that were true for their parents and grandparents suddenly became meaningless just as they have reached adulthood and since it has been seventy five years since the last time such a large group was unable to afford homeownership it can be very easy to blame the generation rather than the high expectations and the poor economic prospects education and jobs in the new millennium the other hard and fast rule that was debunked just as the millennials became adults was the idea that education is the key to prosperity with the continually rising costs of education it's becoming less clear if the price of college is worth it but that realization has been slow to dawn on us college has been such an important part of the life arc of the american dream for so long the taking student loans to pay for higher and higher tuition bills seemed like a reasonable option this is why outstanding student loan debt hit one trillion dollars earlier in 2012 college students which is trying to find a way to pay for the education their parents and grandparents assured them they needed and those college graduates carrying huge loans are finding themselves jobless the unemployment rate for young adults under 30 has hovered around twelve percent significantly higher than the seven point eight percent unemployment rate for the country as a whole this rate also does not include the number of young adults who are underemployed and earning less than they believe their degree could command.
"sixty six percent" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Sixty six percent of the audience said no really yup you guys don't know about the televenture elicits one of the it was nominated here as we were talking about it is the greatest prostitution scandal in the history of this country over four thousand votes 66 percent had no idea jim and tammy fay baker and you know he was having an affair i'm curious what it i'm curious is there a job that you guys are okay with somebody keeping their job despite a prostitution scandal like is their workplace because we were talking earlier in the show before we open up the club year we talk in early in the show but the idea the college football is assessed pool and so because i don't viewed as noble because i view it simply as a professional minor leagues for the nfl right and because it's filled with so many contaminants and poisons and everything else i don't think a coach should be anything other than a you know a salesman a ceo salesman but they try to cloak and all this other stuff and i i don't think that that should be a fireball offense i understand why it is but i don't think that that should be a fireball offense um i to side with you on that it should not be everything he did before that has fought horrible because the program was under all kinds of of investigations but i'm i'm kinda whether you with that especially if you're not married i'm just wonder i've been i'm wondering where is there a job where you would say that shouldn't be fire herbal is there an occupation where you say you received the news that person was caught calling an escort service because it's not even like he was arrested for soliciting a prostitute that's not what happened here he was calling an escort service getting a quote pratt sarin an estimate rats right he kept guys being very thorough detailed a you will her friend go ahead.