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What's going on with the AstraZeneca vaccine?

Coronacast

06:34 min | 2 d ago

What's going on with the AstraZeneca vaccine?

"Everyone is continuing to scrutinize the oxford astrazeneca vaccine which just me awakes ago. Felt like how best chance at a vaccine for card and it's it's come up with results as we talked about last week. That looks really promising. And then on closer inspection. They looked a bit. We'd there was a thing where a small group of people in the vaccine trial received a half toys and they had better results. But then now there's questions about whether they would give him a half dose by accident. How do we make sense of what's happening with this vaccine trial. It's actually really hard. So we we signalled all this. I think last tuesday on corona cash. So it was quite clear then. The they done something unacceptable which was tried to average two very different trials and one going to sixty two percent result effectiveness result of preventing covid nineteen disease. Which if it'd been the first vaccine to report cited pretty good because the registration level is fifty percent effectiveness but came after a visor moderna with well over ninety percent effectiveness. And then how. They got their average of seventy percent. Sh- really sounds like confection. Which is that the got in another smaller trial. A result in people who have does food or following had got ninety percent effectiveness. And all this goes back to pharmaceutical companies making scientific announcements by press release. We could talk about this til kingdom come. There are rumors circulating this confirmation but apparently they're rushing to publish this and that there's a report of the financial times they will publish this in the lancet thursday so thursday of this week british time. We should know a bit more about this trial and remember. This is a vaccine. The promise not to make profit side of that is cheap. And they've committed to giving very large doses. i think something enormous like a third of the world's doses of vaccines are relying on astra any so. This is a lot riding on this vaccine. So six effectiveness is better than nothing but hard to justify spending money on if you other vaccines around that are ninety percent but if there's nothing else around than what do you do so they may have to repeat the trial With a half does fall by food if you remember. There is rationale for that. Which is that. The chimpanzee virus that takes genetic material into the cell in theory generate an immune response in other words you immunize to the chimpanzee virus so the second vaccine does that you get the bodies kind of immune to actually the carrier for the vaccine so it doesn't prove to be effective the russians get round this by giving you two different carrier vaccines first. One is a different carrier. Virus from the second vaccine doors has a different carrier virus. Antibodies to the first one won't affect the second one but the the reason they chose. The chimpanzee virus was in the theory. That the human being wouldn't generate an immune response to a chimpanzee vars. It would be kind of invisible which is maybe wishful thinking about. They have studied this chimpanzee adenoviruses before so really we can talk about it. A lot on corona cast but will know hopefully the end of the week an awful lot more than we know now. But i suspect they're going to have to go back to the drawing boards and try a half those trial just to see whether or not they can get a ninety percent efficacy so we have some questions from the audience about this. But i've got some questions for you. I do these sorts of things. The maybe the deicing mix apple the on shore uncertain results so these happening or clinical trials. But the difference. This time is that the public is watching it. Play out in real time or is there a chance that these frantic competitive pace of trying to get a vaccine out is may be causing companies to have to make errors and so then what does this mean for our ability to trust a vaccine once. It comes on the market all good questions. Teagan the reason you've got this problem is almost certainly rushing and missing out of what's called a phase two trial so normally you've got three phases of trials phase. One which is looking at safety tends to be small and a few hundred people then you would normally go to face to face to trial is a dose. Finding study which is the most effective does of vaccine or drug. That's going to get you your effect. That's in a larger number of people and you. You test the dozing now. What you've missed out here in all. These trials is a proper phase to study so they've rushed headlong into a phase three study with a guesstimate as to what the doors is. Now i think from memory. There was an element of doors finding in the face. Three study in the may. Well it'd in them does finding all the vaccine trials testing the site. Which is why you've got the half does or could be a mistake. We'll find out but it could be that we got the doors wrong. And if you remember rightly right at the beginning of this whole process we said nine out of ten vaccines fail and we haven't had nine ten vaccines fail so far we've had them all surviving this process. It's just that the astro vaccine was disappointing with a to those regiment. Michael's asking about the payoff. Side of things star. He's pointed out that pfizer medina have both sort of said that they vaccines are about ninety five ninety nine hundred percent effective but they've been very selective about releasing details of their methodology and is querying why they haven't been subject to similar criticism as oxford astrazeneca. I hope decisions are not being based on who has the best. Pr so the answer to that is we. Don't know until they publish the results. But certainly pfizer. Moderna were fairly straightforward. And what they said it wasn't transparent at all they just don't trust that to one thousand nine hundred. Ninety five percent effectiveness astro if you like was a bit more transparent although there were a bit silly and averaging the two trials so you could see. There was part of the study which showed sixty two percent. Genetic study showed ninety percent now if that happened with pfizer madera. Different does is. We don't know that all we know is that the does they've published. They got really good results but the regulators will see those findings. It's there's no. There's no benefit to pharmaceutical companies of lying to regulators like the food and drug administration. Because the will be called out. The penalty is a huge in terms of reputational damage and in the financial damage. So go to get this sorted out. And they've got to be honest with the public but this is the problem with a press. Release you just. Don't get a chance to scrutinize the data.

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Oxford's Vaccine

Kottke Ride Home

05:02 min | Last week

Oxford's Vaccine

"Good vaccine news just keeps on coming on the backs of really promising news. From the pfizer. Biontech and madonna now oxford astrazeneca have announced the preliminary results from their phase three trials which showed overall seventy percent efficacy as reminder madonna and visor biotechs. Vaccines both currently show around ninety. Five percent efficacy but seventy percent is still very solid. That's about where dr fauci had been saying. He'd be very pleased to see. But i overall seventy percent. Because there's a weird quirk of the oxford astrazeneca vaccine. That i as someone who is not an immunologist. Don't quite understand but hopefully we'll get more information on it in the coming days. Here's what i can tell you for now. The vaccine like the pfizer biontech one would need to be distributed in two doses however the first dose just needs to be half a dose for some reason. Doing a half dose on the first injection makes the whole vaccine overall more effective than if you got to hold doses quoting stat news. The preliminary results on the astrazeneca vaccine were based on a total one hundred. Thirty one covid nineteen cases in a study involving eleven thousand three hundred sixty three participants. The findings were perplexing to full doses of the vaccine appeared to be only sixty two percent effective at preventing disease while a half dose followed by a full dose was about ninety percent effective. That ladder analysis was conducted on a small subset of the study participants. Only two thousand seven hundred forty one a us based trial being supported by operation. Warp speed is testing the two full dose regimen. That may soon change. Astrazeneca plans to explore adding the half dose full dose regimen to its ongoing clinical trials in discussions with regulatory agencies spokesman told stat in an email and quotes and quoting from the new york times. The oxford scientists said they were still trying to understand why the vaccine was more effective at a smaller first dose. The first is supposed to prime the immune system while the second is supposed to boost its response while it seemed counter intuitive for a smaller i dose to be more effective. They said that strategy. More closely mimic. What happens with a real infection. End quotes peter openshaw professor of experimental medicine at imperial college. London explained to the associated. Press that vaccines. don't work. Like normal drugs where a higher dose produces more effects. The immune system is more complicated. Openshaw also notes that if indeed people do only need half a dose for one of the injections that's great news because it will be even cheaper to produce for more people. This was the vaccine candidate. That i was most excited about early on because it seemed like they kind of had a head start quoting the new york. Times astrazeneca's macos vaccine is designed to genetically altered in a dinner virus found in chimps. So that it harmlessly mimics the corona virus and provoke an immune response vaccine deploying. That technology has never won approval but the approach has been studied before notably in a small two thousand eighteen study of an experimental vaccine against the virus that causes middle east respiratory syndrome or mergers that viruses related to sars cov two the novel corona virus that causes covid nineteen so when covid nineteen emerged the team of scientists at oxford's jenner institute that had been leading the work on similar corona viruses. Had a head start once. The genetic code of sars cov two was published in early january. The oxford team sped to adapt their platform to the new corona virus and begin animal testing and quotes the other win in oxford. Astrazeneca's corner is unlike the pfizer. Biontech vaccine this latest one does not require any special refrigeration just standard storage and transportation temperatures of two eight degrees celsius or thirty six to forty six degrees fahrenheit and it can be stored for up to six months. The moderna vaccine requires cooler temperatures of negative four degrees fahrenheit but then can be stored at normal refrigeration temperatures after thawing in can be stored as such for a month. The pfizer biontech vaccine. Meanwhile requires dry. Ice to store at negative seventy degrees celsius or negative ninety four degrees fahrenheit s- that makes the oxford astrazeneca vaccine much more appealing for areas without the infrastructure or funding to sustain the pfizer. Biotech cold chain. And with that in mind. Astrazeneca is applying for early approval wherever it can as well as an emergency useless stained from the world health organization so that it can be made available in low income countries they plan to produce three billion doses next year and are committed to providing it at cost around the world through july. Twenty twenty one. The vaccine costs around three or four. Us dollars significantly less than the others late stage. Trials are continuing in the us. Japan russia south africa kenya and latin america and further trials are planned for other european and asian countries. So definitely more good news but watch this space for more

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AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine is 90% effective on average

Squawk Pod

03:07 min | Last week

AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine is 90% effective on average

"We have such good news and among the top story is late. Stage trials showing the astrazeneca oxford covid vaccine can be up to ninety percent effective. Make terrell joining us now with the full details. Beg good morning good to see you. Good morning guys so another vaccine. Monday here astrazeneca reporting results from its pooled trials from multiple countries Showing that When you look at the data together you are more than ninety percent efficacy. It's a bit of a confusing result. Though because one dosing regimen showed that very high efficacy another showed sixty two percent of the so together. It's about seventy point four percent effective when you combine those two dosing regimens now. The difference was where you've got that ninety percent number that's when they gave a half does on the first dose and a full one on the second one together they are saying these are very positive data and they do plan to start submissions where they can around the world now they also say there was a large safety database for more than twenty four thousand volunteers in the uk brazil and south africa With follow up since april another thing. That differentiates this vaccine is it can be stored at fridge temperature. Thirty six to forty six degrees fahrenheit and distributed using existing logistics the tremendous manufacturing capacity. They've made a lot of different partnerships So this vaccine could really add to supply. We are still digging through those data and understanding. Exactly how the different dosing regimens led to such different advocacy results. We'll talk with experts and bring that to you this morning. But the headline one of these dosing regimens more than ninety percent effective. Seventy percent when you put both of them together guys. Back over to you meg. I have so many questions for you. And i realize it's early and you're just going through all of this to you may not have the answers to any of this yet. But look ninety percent efficacy. That's really great to it doesn't compare it doesn't match up quite as well as we've seen with both pfizer and with moderna with the ninety five percents efficacy but ninety percent. That's really good. Sixty two not so great. What do you do. You have any idea if it had anything to do with where it took place Just geographically in terms of these phase phase. Three trial results. If it was different in south africa it was different in brazil. It was different in the uk or if it was age groups that were different. That also played into that as well or was it simply the level of dosing. When i've seen so far in the data and these i really woke up to they did release them overnight but we did not find out about them on embargoing advance which we sometimes do and gives us time to really dig through them So from the headlines. That i've had a chance to really dig into it really does seem like a dosing difference for some reason given that half those on the first dose and then a full dose on the second lead to that much higher efficacy And so something. I really want to understand the name. I've already been reaching out to vaccine experts this morning to try to get a sense for. Does that line up with what would make sense about how a vaccine works. And is there good explanation for that so we can really understand. Why difference. certainly. There's a huge difference between sixty two and ninety between ninety and ninety five. That's pretty good.

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How much are we Drinking During COVID-19?

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

01:41 min | Last week

How much are we Drinking During COVID-19?

"In march of twenty twenty sales of alcohol increased by fifty four percent and stores and two hundred sixty two percent in online purchases compared to twenty nineteen. But then again people were stocking up on everything last march as they hunkered down for an indeterminate. Quarantine but what we need to know is how much of that alcohol or people actually drinking this study by michael pollard and colleagues from gemma open network compared rates of alcohol consumption before and after the cova crisis from may of two thousand nineteen to june of twenty twenty using an online survey. Here's what they learned from the more than fifteen hundred respondents. The frequency of alcohol use increased fourteen percent over the baseline rate of five to six drinks a week so it's a small increase about one day per week of drinking but a real one increases were highest in women and in middle aged adults in women days of heavy drinking increased about fifty percent or to put it another way one in five. Women are drinking more heavily an extra day a week. One in ten women saw an increase in alcohol related problems in their life. So why are people drinking more elation and quarantine stress might explain some of it but there's also been a rise in job loss economic stress and political conflict in this very trying year the regardless of the reason the bottom line is that we need to ask all of our patients if they're drinking more during the pandemic as with all psychiatric symptoms. It's easier when you intervene early before it gets out of hand.

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What happens to all the other COVID-19 candidates when the first one is approved?

Science Magazine Podcast

09:45 min | Last month

What happens to all the other COVID-19 candidates when the first one is approved?

"Now we have staff writer John Cohen. He wrote a story this week about an interesting question what happens to all the other covid nineteen vaccine candidates when the first one is approved. Hi John. Hi. Sarah. How are you? I'm good. He could be let's be honest. We're both sick of the pandemic. Yeah. Absolutely. Let me leave my house that my child leave the house. That's all I want to normal. Yeah. Normal. Let's talk about vaccine candidates. How many are in studies now under study now and what does the trial landscape look like at this moment? Know they're forty two in human clinical trials according the WHO list? The World Health Organization doesn't update list that was as of October second in there about two hundred in development. Of, the forty two in clinical trials tanner in the last stage of efficacy trials, the phase three, we're going to be mostly talking about what's going on in the US those numbers reflect worldwide vaccine development that's global. The US has four efficacy studies underway right now, and these are all part of what they like to call warp speed all part of operation more speed. Yeah. Yeah and so they're going through trials going through all the same steps, but that could change once one of them gets. Approval, why would something changed about? You know what's going on with the other CO bids scenes? The concern is that the mediocre might be the enemy of the better or the best the way that we've set things up in the United States the food and Drug Administration has a mechanism called an emergency use authorization. It's received a lot of attention because of hydroxy chloroquine because of rim, Desa there, and because of convalescent plasma and because of diagnostic testing, all of those have used this pathway for. Approval and authorization essentially is short of a full approval and it says, Hey, were in an emergency we only minimal data that gives us an idea of this stuff working and then we'll let it be used widely. So why are we worried about the other possible covid nineteen vaccines? If for example, one gets a UA by November I the FDA has said in a document issued in June that the EU a could be issued for fifty percent efficacy. That's a pretty low standard to begin with. As. Soon, as you authorized the use of one vaccine, first of all, this is an ongoing study because they're going to use data for an e you a most likely from an interim analysis someone of axion efficacy trial is scheduled to take six months. An Independent Safety Monitoring Board looks at the data at certain pre scheduled time points in the case of these efficacy trials they look at. The data early based on what they call? It's are basically the end points of the study. The studies are primarily asking the question. Do they prevent symptomatic disease that the number one question they're asking? So that's an event. If somebody gets a symptomatic disease and these trials are scheduled to have one hundred and fifty events to reach their final conclusions, but they're going to take peaks at the data. At fifty events, a net one, hundred events roughly at fifty events a company. If it had strong evidence that the people in the vaccinated group as opposed to the Placebo group were doing better, they could seek you a based on fifty percent efficacy at that moment they ethically in a quandary because the people who are still in this trial, blindly a receiving either vaccine or placebo ethically you could. Argue you've gotTa Blind and tell the people who are receiving. Placebo. We've got a vaccine that looks good. Do you want to get it? So you've undermined that study from reaching it's real and points of one hundred fifty events What's more? Every other study underway has to let the participants know that the US has issued and ethically you have to give people the option of taking a vaccine. The FDA's blessing. People might walk out a trials who are in trials. If you were staging a new clinical trial, you may well have to compare your vaccine to the one that has received the authorization. Well, it's much easier to prove that something is better than nothing. But what if you have a vaccine that's fifty percent effective and that becomes the competitor not a placebo well. Then, this new vaccine let's say it has sixty two percent efficacy. You're comparing sixty two percent to fifty percent not fifty percent zero. It's really hard to see that small difference or even if they're equivalent, let's say they're both fifty percent. So you need a much larger study and it needs to go on for a longer period of time and it costs a lot more money we. Don't have. It's not likely that people involved in trials for other vaccines or even the people in the placebo arm of the one that does get approved would have access to the sack seen. That's a critical consideration. If supply doesn't meet demand, then we have an easy you were only giving outlets twenty million doses to the top priority people healthcare workers then for the people in other. Clinical trials they have no other option. Then the issue is not this great ethical dilemma, but remember were speeding things up with operation more speed in order to pump out three, hundred, million doses of vaccine from one company by as early as the end of January. So this problem, it's not here today because supply doesn't meet demand, but it sure could be here in late. January and. February march April who knows what we're going to have in terms of efficacy data and who knows what we're going to have in terms of trials in their enrollment. Remember we have a couple of trials that have been stopped because of side effects. When you put a trial on hold that means it's not going to reach its end point for even longer and that's happening right now with two of the warp speed vaccines. In your story, we don't want just one vaccine. There's some good reasons to continue to investigate and to look further afield even after one is approved, can you talk about some of those? For one thing we may need different vaccines for different populations. The elderly we know with influenza, they need a much higher dose because their immune systems don't work as well as they age we may need one that's tailored for pregnant women. Pregnant women are GonNA, tolerate a risk factor much much lower than everyone else. You might need a vaccine that simpler to deliver for some parts of the world that doesn't have a cold chain issue or you need to keep it at. MINUS SEVENTY DEGREES CENTIGRADE. You might need a vaccine that's cheaper for many countries even though it's maybe sixty two percent versus sixty, eight percent effective, it might be a better deal at the end of the day because more people can get it for the amount of money you have on top of all that we want a lot of vaccines because more vaccines means more supply we have an insurance policy of something goes wrong at a manufacturing plant. If a side effect crops up when it goes into wider use, we have this backup of other vaccines. So there are loads of reasons why we want a whole portfolio vaccines ultimately to prove safe effective. That's the. Case that you have to make to participants people who might be involved in trials. Do you think it's going to be effective? Do you think people are gonNA still volunteer to get a vaccine or not vaccine that hasn't been approved? You put your finger on a really important issue and that's who enrolls in a vaccine trial why it's not like you have cancer that's going to kill you and you're enrolling in a trial because you've exhausted all medicines and you're hoping beyond hope that this new treatment will work and Save Your Life. That's a completely different motivation to join a trial. Then a vaccine when you are healthy, you're joining this to prevent something from. Happening so ethically, you can argue that well, that person most of these people are doing it for altruistic reasons the really doing it to help other people and you can ethically approach people in a study and say, Hey, look this one vaccine got EU a based on the early data that it's fifty eight percent effective. We'd like to keep you in this trial and it's a blinded study and we promise at the end of the study is one of the bioethicists I interviewed said we promise at the end we're going to give you the better vaccine, but will you stick with this for a while so that we can figure out if the vaccine that isn't For us is worth pursuing going back to your cancer example. There are cases where a clinical trials is happening the people in the treatment group are doing so well that it's no longer ethical to continue to deny that treatment to the placebo arm. That's not what's happening here. It is a different equation, some ethicists. That, even in a vaccine study, a person has a right to know if they're a participant whether they're receiving a placebo vaccine if there is convincing and compelling evidence that the vaccines working but keep in mind too and this is something that I think a lot of people have a hard time getting their heads around wearing a mask and social distancing goes a long way toward protecting you from this virus maybe even more than fifty percent effective vaccine 'cause then you're walking around. With none of this protection or you're not taking it as seriously exactly and that's called behavioral inhibition. If a vaccine leads to behavioral discipline habituation and people dropped their guard, stop wearing masks stop social distancing they may be putting themselves at more risk even though they have a vaccine in their bodies

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Fyre Festival fraudster produces podcast from prison

podnews

03:34 min | Last month

Fyre Festival fraudster produces podcast from prison

"Google jumped up to number three Google podcasts. So we had said it won't point time. We thought the top three would eventually be apple podcast spotify Google happened a little sooner than I thought Google podcast is now the third biggest podcast APP. Lipton's Rob Walsh unveiling the company's download statistics in the feed. It is though still five times smaller than spotify the number two according to lips in which case sixty two percent of its downloads from the US total downloads to pocket casts dropped below one percent. spotify removed four Cunanan related podcasts after insider contacted the company cure on on as an unfounded conspiracy theory launched yesterday quake is a new subscription podcast company with tune a half million dollars in seed funding. It launches with six exclusive shows and will sell access for four dollars ninety nine a month. Loop media? Has. Speaker. That's S P K R. it's a podcast APP that plays short clips of podcasts to help you discover new ones. They've also announced their own podcast studio. PODCAST movement virtual kicked off yesterday with keynote from Edison research is Tom Webster. He unveiled a slide showing the podcasting share of all audio listening is now the highest ever six percent of all consumption. Fittingly, it was also world statistics day yesterday, second keynote session podcast movement virtual emerging podcast markets across the world panelists, Norman Chela from Malaysia. pod Lovers Asia. podcast pull the Rogo from Kenya who runs the pulse for NHS newsletter and neural net from Spain from the Boutique podcast publisher laycock Lara, music currently in the middle of several productions for Dino audible and others. Todd Cochran and wrote Greenlees news media show will be recorded later today at podcast movement virtual. Be joined by among others sounds profitable 's editor Brian bar letter and poured news is. ME. We've an ice page all about imbedded players for your podcast. All the contacted us with an interesting note if you use the embedded spotify plan, if the listener isn't locked into spotify, that play won't appear within spotify for podcasters just measures locked in users. No worries though for podcast hosts with pass through putsches, most of them, it'll still count they're. And podcast newsroom and the Billy McFarland's the convicted fraudster the fire festival he's been in the Elkton Federal Correctional Institution for the last twenty nine months. But with Jordan Harbinger, he's done a podcast from prison cold dumpster fire promising to set the record straight. The Joe Rogan experience is on pause until at least next week after Jamie Vernon show producer tested positive for covid nineteen nobody else's tested positive and Rogan himself hasn't been in the studio for the past nine days. Guardian Australia has launched in the wait a new podcast series telling the story of the forgotten refugees indefinitely stranded in Indonesia as a result of Australia's border crackdown and case closed has returned for season three focusing on an intriguing crime within the Hamish mish community. In Ohio, it's based on the book a killing in a mish country,

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50 Cent appears to endorse President Trump after seeing Biden's tax plan

The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris

01:02 min | Last month

50 Cent appears to endorse President Trump after seeing Biden's tax plan

"Fifty cent. Fifty cent after seeing Joe Biden's tax plan. said that. He is. On the trump train. He's like what? What? The blankety blank vote for trump I'm out I'm vote for trump. He said blankety blank New York and the Knicks they never win anyway. I don't care if trump don't check this out I don't care if trump doesn't like black people. Sixty percent sixty, two, percent base sixty, two percent taxes. Are You blankety blanking me? In so If descent. Just like ice cube. Now. Have crossed over not because of race or anything like that. No but because. Of Policy. I'm telling you something's going on out there

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50 Cent criticized for prioritizing wealth over racial justice with support for Trump

Mojo In The Morning

00:55 sec | Last month

50 Cent criticized for prioritizing wealth over racial justice with support for Trump

"Of the president. Fifty cents isn't a fan of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden's tax plan. So he said he is going to be voting for president trump yesterday fifty posted a screen shot that showed it was like his TV, and it showed the top tax rates in California New Jersey New York state in New York City for Americans earning more than four hundred, thousand dollars a year according to the tax plan proposed by the Biden Administration, and he commented on the photo by saying what the F. Vote for trump I don't care. Trump doesn't like black people sixty two percent are you out of your? Mind and a lot of his fans were. Criticizing his stance on the issue they're saying you're prioritizing this over racial justice for a black American. So lots of people pretty upset about that.

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Is Mitch McConnell Rigging The Game?

All In with Chris Hayes

09:54 min | 2 months ago

Is Mitch McConnell Rigging The Game?

"Other news, there's the other branch of Congress or the other house. Of Congress. The Senate and everyone knows their Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell is unshakable and ruthless, and he's going to maximize his power however cam, but it is also the case the death of Justice Ruth Bader GINSBURG has taken us to uncharted territory. There are very real political pressures that are going to affect how the next several months play out. Mitch McConnell does not care about being charged with the Crisi but the raw politics of this moment themselves are not uncomplicated. As it was with the affordable care act remember Mitch McConnell had a lot of bravado about that and he failed famously and humiliatingly to replace the law. Here's mayor discuss across pressures. He faces longtime McConnell Allah Gist Jane Mayer Chief of Washington correspondent New Yorker wrote an incredibly insightful profile McConnell back in April this weekend row quote from Mitch McConnell keeping a Senate. Majority matters more than the Supreme Court. Jamie. It's great to have. Let's start with that because it seems to me there's two imperatives here. Everyone says about McConnell the two things he cares about is keeping the Senate majority and being Senate majority leader. Judges the Federal Bench, and there is a way to interpret the politics of the moment that there's a little bit attention between those two imperatives. How do you see it? Well, I mean there is I mean he wants to get obvious wants to hold the majority wants to stay being majority leader. And, this is going to be the crowning moment of his career to have yet one more justice on Supreme Court here we can get him through and he's promised trump of course that he's going to have a vote on this, and so how do you do this the problem? The problem for McConnell is it's unclear if he can keep the majority in the Senate. It's a dicey election year for him. There are a number of racist. They're very close and he doesn't want to do anything that's going to hurt the endangered members of his caucus. So he's got to try to juggle the schedule in some way that doesn't put those members on the spot in a way that will hurt them. So he's the first thing he's going to do an, and surely his done is canvas. Those members find out exactly how they feel about how this this process would affect their races. And then, and then way that in terms of whether it be better have a vote before or after the election. So. It's it's. It's. It's it's tricky but he is nothing if not clever about things like this this is he he? Very early on in his career, he ran for office from a district where he hadn't been resident in residence long enough and he vowed after that, he would never again ignore the rules, and since then he's become kind of a master of the rules, the more arcane the better. And he just he loves talking to the parliamentarian in the Senate and figuring out sort of the the most devious ways to get what he wants. The most sort of obvious pressure here. Just talking about this and I think it's pretty interesting. There's a bunch of folks who are up. In who are imperilled where it's not clear That going ahead with this would be helpful them. We have a bunch of pulling out today showing majority of people oppose it. Those numbers will probably change as they converge towards the polarization and everything else. But like Cory Gardner is down in all the polls and Colorado, he's in a state that Democrats have carried. Now a bunch and plan to carry again Martha. mcsally sally is down a to mark Kelly. You know they're on the sort of aggressor side here in terms of public opinion. It does seem like they've kind of don't care. It doesn't seem like there's a jump together mentality here in terms of getting them to come out whether it was him or not a publicly for those. Well I think. He's GonNa. Be Looking at McConnell will look at each of these races and I think you can almost imagine that he's written off. Gardner in. Colorado, and makes out the in Arizona. So he's not going to change his plan just for them unless he thinks it's going to save them and you'd probably thinks it won't save them and he's already given collins kind of buy in Maine. So it gets you down to the racist that are really going to matter in this are probably it's it's probably Tillis in North Carolina, Joni Ernst in Iowa, and Danes in in Montana, and if McConnell feels that those three or not endangered by going head, he may just gun it. You know and and try try to get I think though that in addition to just thinking about each of these races and how it affects each of the races, there's something else. He's probably got to think about, which is the overall look of this thing if if it appears to the American public that he is one set of rules for Democrats and there's another set of rules he's got for Republicans here, one Senate rules for America and another set of rules for whoever trump nominates at this point, it looks like he's reading the game it looks corrupt. It looks like a naked power, grab an and it's ugly and that could actually create a backlash I think that both he and trump have to think about. It it might really bother a lot of people in this country to think that that it's it's just too corrupt game in Washington. Yeah, I. think that's a correct reading of both where the polls are and the political risks they run and I think it's notable that McConnell has committed to vote but not win and I thought. This was also notable. He wrote this dear colleague later re basically says I don't say anything don't lock yourself into position. Let it give it give us time to work over the coming days. We're GONNA come under tremendous pressure from the press to announce how he will handle the coming nomination for those who are unsure how to answer for those inclined to oppose giving nominee a vote I urge you all to keep your powder dry Dombrowski and collins. Have not heeded that but Mitt Romney said declined today saying anything I know Pat Toomey in Pennsylvania I fully expect will support moving forward. But that that to me, it was interesting because the timing here and the sort of needle to thread is not nothing I think we'll try to do it and the odds are in their favor they will. But because of exactly what you and unseeded from the political standpoint, it's not clear that this is help for them politically in the short term. I think it may not be I. Mean I think also it's going to energize the base on both sides here for and the thing is that when it comes to the energizing the base, the base that needs more energizing really is probably on the Democratic side and you've already seen it happen I, mean look at the amount of money that act Lou raise you know practically overnight a hundred, million dollars two, hundred and sixty. Now it's one hundred and sixty million dollars. Shipping shocking about money. Shocking money an and I think the other thing that it might do is from was doing some reporting two days. I think it may really energize kids younger voters because. You know they were kind of holding their nose, a lot of them about Joe Biden it wasn't an exciting. It didn't seem you now like there was that much reason to do it. Now there's a reason that a lot of young people are GONNA see they're gonNA look they're gonNa see Roe v Wade is in the balance they're going to see a four Bul healthcare act and possibly anything to do with insurance for preexisting conditions and they're looking at the future this is going to. Their. Lives for the this is a this is a decision that has tremendous implications for everybody in the country and it's GonNa be clear and so I, you know it may turn you know help turn out. The Democrats who were young. Six three Roberts court climate. Regulation jurisprudence. A. Favorable to the kinds of solutions. That are necessary. Do you think? Ultimately McConnell himself is up and I don't think he's. He's personally a lot of trouble against say, McGrath at least the pulling now but there are also just a bunch of seats that weren't supposed to be in play that really do seem like they are. There's A Texas poll that has cornyn barely up. There's a Mississippi poll out today that has. Chrissy Hyde Smith a just a few points on Mike espey. There's the Iwa Joni Ernst race I mean it's wild how wide the sort of battlefield has gotten for him to try to hold this thing together. It's it's really volatile and and and the thing is it. What it does is it puts the Republicans on the spot about they've been doing kind of a split that's broader and broader that gotta keep the trump face and and but that's not enough for in many places to get reelected, and so they've got to do is add in. The moderates the you know suburban women particularly and got a candidate here who for a nominee for the supreme court that is truly the choice of the evangelical part of the trump ace it by very much alienate moderate women in the suburbs and in other places especially over things like abortion where sixty two percent of the people in this country saver. Abortion. As keeping it legal and don't WanNa go backwards. So it's it's. It's I think it's a it's it's a it's a it's a risky thing for some ways. You people think it's all into such a gift. Not, necessarily think that's right. Read on the situation Jane Mayer thanks as always great reporting and inside appreciate it. Great to be with you.

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2020 Fall Movie Preview

Popcorn with Peter Travers

06:11 min | 2 months ago

2020 Fall Movie Preview

"Hi everybody I am Peter Travers and welcome to this special edition of Popcorn where creed you all the movies opening between Labor Day and New Year's Eve I know wait what aren't we in a pandemic Will really be moved this fall and theaters to show them in I mean the answer to both those questions is a huge. Yes. Sixty two percent of all US theaters are open now and there's going to be more to come covid permitting, of course, and those movies that can't make it to the multiplex will be available for rental or streaming in sickness and in health people, you can't keep a good movie down. So let's start with the blockbusters that are out there. Number one is tenant. Brain Teasing epoch from Dark Knight Director. Christopher. Nolan. That's geared to fire up the fall season and in theaters and with your mask and distancing in place you can strap in for this kind of Christopher Nolan throw ride and watch the spy master he's played by John David Washington give James Bond a run for his money you know you just have to. Get your head around the physics in this movie. Maybe don't know about how you can go forward and backwards in time at the same time I don't know either I was a little confused by that but you'll be glued to the visual miracles that are on screen here every cent of tenants two, hundred, million dollars production budget shows up onscreen Eisele popped. Jaw dropped pulses. Oh, pound all that good stuff movies and back baby. So what else do we have? We have Moulin which is out there right now and you'll check in Disney plus to watch this because it's not in theaters but you can rent it and you could see live action film of the Disney animated hit about a young woman who disguises. Herself as a man to replace her sick father in the Imperial Army the new moon is not musical and there's no comic relief from eating Murphy as the Voice of a fast talking dragon named Moo Shu. This is not that kind of movie. There's no whitewashing but using Western actors in the drawn from Chinese legend and as Rouland the astounding Lou ye. Leads in Asian cast that includes martial arts icon jet. Li is the emperor up and China's leading actress Gong Li as shape shifting witch who teaches on how to survive and prosper in a man's world. Look move on is not your typical princess. She's a warrior fighting for her place in the world prepare to be well. Next up wonder woman one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, the sequel to the two thousand seventeen smash that made a star of Gal. Gadot, remember her places the DC comics immortal wonder woman into the cold. War where she does battle with the media tycoon played by Pedro Pascal and the villainous Cheetah played by Kristen Wiig always to me an asset in any movie Chris. Pine also returns Steve Trevor The American. Pilot that one woman loves I know didn't he die the last time during World War? One people you gotta go with this this is Hollywood. So if we can borrow wonder woman's last sube truth for a moment, credibility isn't the issue here. It's the show stopping stunts engineered by returning director Petty Jenkins executed by Godot, and she's a formal Israeli military structure. So you know you're in for a really good time. Next up is black widow look wonder woman has competition already. You know we've been waiting since spring for Marvel to let its first solo black widow epic out of storage and into theaters. Now, the wait is over Scarlett. Johansson is back in action as Natasha Romanoff Aka black widow. She's the Russian assassin with no superpowers road just skills she's like the female Batman this Prequel looks back, Arjun story in it's a doozie forints pugh is there as Natasha, surrogate says sister and Rachel Vice is the leader of this black widow organization. It's not just one black widow you can become a black widow tells witness business. So Watch your back wonder woman next up candyman there's nothing like the Primo horror. Film to get us all back in the dark of a theater where we can scream bloody hearts out behind a mask of course, end with get outs Jordan peele writing the screenplay. This direct sequel to nineteen ninety two's cult fright fest stars Watchmen Emmy nominee Jadu Martine the second as a visual artist drawn back to those housing projects in Chicago's Cabrini-green where he was born now the whole place is gentrified beyond recognition but the green is still haunted by Candyman Tony Todd an urban legend who still kills anyone who summoned him by saying his name five times. Okay. Altogether now with me candyman candyman candyman candyman candyman, we did it. So I'm looking around here to see if some him up. Okay next up no time to die look no red blooded movie Fan is GonNa Think of missing Daniel. Craig's fifth and final outing James Bond you know for my money Craig and Sean Connery are in dead heat for the best bond ever. This one directed by Kerry from Gonzaga who did true detective from Script Co written get this by sleeping bags phoebe Wall Rich Daniel Craig asks for her because he really wants a little feminist touch to this. This is the. Twenty fifth, all seven Cape and you know this is a record and we're GONNA lose Daniel Craig. But in the movie James Bond's been retired for five years and he gets called back in. You know that's what happens to everybody from the Godfather on. You know Bohemian Rhapsody oscar-winner. Rami ballot plays the facially scarred villain named SAFM and he's described the director as more dangerous than anyone bond has ever encounter. Man How about you?

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20 Minutes About Traditional Chinese Medicine

20 Minute Fitness

05:50 min | 3 months ago

20 Minutes About Traditional Chinese Medicine

"Welcome back to twenty minutes fitness. I'm Kessler and you're listening to your favorite podcast for health and fitness science and technology. Today we're airing the second part of my conversation with Dr Marcus Gado, a leading Chinese medicine practitioner from Europe who spend close to a decade in China learning the ancient Art of traditional Chinese medicine also referred to as. If, you haven't listened to last week's part one of our conversation. You May WanNa poss here and listen to it first so that you can learn about his background and what he believes, he can teach us about our own emotional wellbeing and healthy nutrition in today's podcast who we will continue the conversation and cover how. Six to guide how we should exercise sleep and even have sex. Yes. Heard correctly the how and when of sex also plays a role of healthy living in ancient Chinese wisdom. So beware that today's episode is pg rated because of that disclaimer why Chinese medicine has been around for thousands of years? It is really just at the cusp of being scientifically looked at an understood it is usually fascinating topics we. Wanted to share with you, it is hard not medical advice by any means nor endorsement of the scientific validity or efficiency of any of its practices or interventions. Having said that we do try to stick to only the things that have already been backed up by signs, and you can find a full list of studies and Research Without show notes on twenty minute dot fitness. All right. Let's have at it. Or let's move on to to sleep I. Think the third tip is get plenty again seasonal steep was is that mean? Yeah. If you look at animals, they're way more Richard Eight. Some analysts even hibernate in summer and social we we shouldn't be sleeping the same amount of hours throughout the whole year and well, it's good general of funding to get at least eight hours of sleep in the wintertime nine or ten hours is fine and in the summertime if you're feeling really energetic seven or six and a half if you're feeling great is actually not the bad for you and but the Chinese say that. Especially, the early Stephen in modern sleep research confirms this that early steep, sexy, more beneficial because you're getting a lot more autographs wrong excreted in the hours roughly before midnight and so the Chinese advocates between nine thirty and ten thirty, and then of course, old biohacking stuff you know keeping blue light our heading your house of very dim lights getting you really into this calm evening mode and have no ben at a TV and don't eat obviously before you go to directly before you're gonna go to bed and instead off the Chinese medicine advocates to have some green team your cup of tea because it's so. Call me you down activating the Perez pathetic nervous system. It's advocating for a bit of movement no meditation before you go to bed or even even taking a hot foot. That's a great little trick that you can fall asleep or joystick colts he keeps you up take a hot foot and research has shown that down hot foot actually heading the black by heading this hot water your feet. It increases the circulation periphery in your feet which saw in our regulatory process lowers the corporate body temperature, and we'll have a lower temperature it signals to the brain. Time and so these are some little tricks that the Chinese advocates and in another great one is actually funded fool study here Naski and others in two thousand seven they had two hundred thousand subjects in Greece against epidemiology but again, food for thought day found a thirty seven percent reduction in cardiovascular disease of people who regularly had a Siesta who took a little nap at night thing that study was quoted in a wide receiver is really interesting book I that everyone should read yeah. That's the guy from UC Berkeley, Matthew Walker that's right So So yeah a lot of these these things that they that they already figured out and keep the probation is a big one, right Here's another statistics who has National Health Center for statistics in nineteen sixty, two percent of American slept less than six hours while in two thousand four, it was already thirty percent. So generally speaking we're not sleeping enough. So wildly you WanNa just your sleep in obviously the day is longer than summer so you could also stay up a little bit longer but the country in the wintertime you shouldn't feel bad on your cells you need nine or ten hours of sleep a really give your buddy that go with the season skull was the dynamic of nature and let your body hibernate Chinese proverb says no losing a night of sleep as followed by ten days of inconvenience. Never never sacrifice after sacrifice sleep and sleep a little bit more in winter, and then you can stay up longer and have more energy into following summer. Again, let's just quickly touch on the fourth a little hit or tip to stay healthy in twenty twenty I picked this one because I think it's contrary to what we believe in the West and does the about exercise movement excise the Chinese things that moderation here again is key. So we shouldn't be doing chronic cardio over having really high pulse rate on training for ultramarathons but instead we should go on strolls and walks and we should exercise buddy while the do it in short intervals and with a high intensity. High intensity interval training or just even intensity training where we doing body weight exercise in keeping a muscle mass obstacles casino the Muscles Pretty, much ski organ of Longevity. You can draw a line of lean body mass versus fat mass and an pretty much. It's with old people get and it gets difficult at your old to build and maintain muscle story you WANNA regularly. Exercise. Your buddy but you don't WanNa chill your body lacked we like to do in the West aware that where it is even for a lot of people, it ends up being addiction like an exercise addiction but

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Music podcast celebrates Indias neighbours

podnews

02:59 min | 4 months ago

Music podcast celebrates Indias neighbours

"Iheartmedia the owner of Heart Radio says that it's podcast revenue grew one hundred and three percents here on Aaron. Quarter to the total digital revenue is ninety three million dollars unique podcast listeners group I thirty percent here on downloads grew by sixty two percent revenue for the quarter across the company however was down by forty-six percents complain the pandemic for that. You can read a full quite from Bob Pittman talking about exclusive whether they're a good idea or not in podcasting our show notes and our newsletter today. On track has published its top US publishers list for July Two Thousand Twenty Iheart is now number one for unique monthly audience in the US as well as global downloads beating NPR in both rankings. ABC is now measured alongside ESPN. The rancor only measures participating publishers. An SEC filing states that lip since former CEO Christopher Spencer who resigned on July thirty first will continue to be paid until the end of this year, he ends four hundred thousand dollars. He'll get a bonus of one, hundred, seventy seven, thousand dollars in early January he'll van to hundred and fifteen thousand dollars a year for his role is senior adviser until the end of February twenty, twenty three for which he'll have to work a maximum of eight hours a month. Lipson will also pay spencer four million dollars to buy back shares that he holds. The Board of lips includes those who last year criticized the company for outsized executive pay I'd like to say something sarcastic here. Row Quarter highlights a surge in tippety around sports podcasts. What's happening in House sports? PODCASTERS can take advantage the pre events for the fest global. Summits Twenty Twenty have been happening all week we linked to a bunch of recordings today. Dearest is a new exclusive podcast on spotify in Indonesian. It focuses on letters written and read by writers, musicians and actors, and it's made by Journalism podcast company K B our prime and a number of additional podcast hosts. Now, allowing you to submit your podcasts to the yet to be launched Amazon music and audible podcasts service some people are giving you a backstage link it works for anyone on any Host by the way. Welcome to a special episode of our humble indie music podcast made an India India Center seventy, three years of independence next week. But India's Music Indie podcast made in India. Wants to remind us that I, love for music isn't defined by geographic boundaries it'll produce three shows focusing on music from India's neighbors and the cat returns to audio with a new weekly podcast from the Vox media podcast network avery truthful man is host leading an ensemble voices engaged in the conversations that matter most to women and those who loved them. It returns on August nineteen

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Will virtual dates stick around after the pandemic?

Why'd You Push That Button?

04:43 min | 4 months ago

Will virtual dates stick around after the pandemic?

"Hello and welcome to wide you push that button a show where Caitlin tiffany. And Ashley Carmen that's me examine all the choices. Technology forces us to make. We are back sort of just for now just for today. Yeah, a little one off for all of you who have stuck with us for this Os year since we last released episode I have absolutely no sense of whether that's accurate because I no longer have any idea of the use of calendars. Yeah, so! Pandemic Kate. How how have you been doing? Let's give the listeners a little bit of a sense of our mental state. These days yeah I, think I'm getting into the swing of it. When a couple of months ago. When we started talking about doing this episode, it was chaos here in the tiffany home I had recently broken a mirror a window to wine glasses. It was basically like I was just kind of crunching around like a floor covered in glass being like I. Wonder if I'll ever see my friends or family. so that was a dark time. I, am but. Things are picking up in new. York a little bit were allowed to go to the beach crucial. Yeah, allowed to look at each other outside. If not touch each other, so things are on the on the up. Yeah, we've. We've seen each other. which is really great I think I've sort of settled into a routine of sorts I've done. Pandemic Bingo I've done polygon workouts. I've made various foods and baked I've done. Done a puzzle. I hate to admit out loud I learned tiktok dances in had jello shots. Right birthday that you made me. Yes, anyway, so we wanted to do this episode where you know of course. Why'd you push that button? We are always curious about how dating affected. What's changing dating these days? So we wanted to episode about how cove nineteen in the pandemic has forced us to make a ton of. Of decisions about how we live work, relax etc, and how he date. Everyone's been staying at home. As you all know, and so that means they have been able to Columbia date and virtual dating has become a thing and we want to know. Is this thing that's going to last forever, or is this a pandemic phenomenon at? We're going all forget ever happened. Repress. It maybe mentioned it to our therapist once and. And that's it. Yes, so virgil dating I guess the first half of virtual dating is a concept that was already part of normal dating interest, swiping on tinder or okay. Cupid or hinge, which I guess is more of a scroll type action, but you know whatever, and then the virtual component is that because we have been understood home orders, and because people have been encouraged not to hang out in close proximity with. With people who don't live with them, you just don't do the whole thing where you meet up in a bar. Who would you can't do You don't do the whole kissing thing. You don't do any of that. You just like facetime or zoom or SKYPE OR INSERT alternative secure video conferencing software here to see if you have a connection, which all of that I think makes sense. We're kind of interested in. In what happens after the first time you facetime with somebody, win, you know. How do you build momentum? Can you build momentum? Is it actually dating and will there be like remnants of virtual dating in post? Pandemic, Romance Yeah like how effective is virtual dating really? I think broadly geographic location has become increasingly less important like when you're doing remote work. It doesn't matter where you are I could be doing an forest. Forest or beach or in the city, and it really does not matter as long as I have an Internet connection, but you know dating these dating. APPs have kind of made. It seem like maybe geographic location doesn't matter for that either, so we WANNA know how effective it really is to date from afar, and so here's here's stats. We're just throw some numbers at everybody. Okay. Cupid said that sixty two percent increase. Increase in daters on okay, but going on virtual dates in April, compared to March and it started including covid nineteen questions in people's profiles, they could talk about how they feel about. The pandemic e harmony reported a twenty seven percent increase in messages in April match, said that daily swipes read an all time high during its last earnings report, which was mid pandemic, so obviously, all of these stats are a little bit. But they are from the peak of the pandemic, which is, we would expect most people to be using their APPs video calls the most so presumably while the pandemic kind of wanes and then comes back during the year. We'll see people stay on the APPs the probably changed how much they're using them depending on the state of lockdown in their state or country,

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When One App Rules Them All: The Case of WeChat and Mobile in China

a16z

05:16 min | 5 months ago

When One App Rules Them All: The Case of WeChat and Mobile in China

"This post is all about we chat, but it's also about more than just we chat while seemingly just a messaging APP, which had his actually more of a portal, a platform, and even a mobile operating system depending how you look at it. Much has been written about. We had in the context of messaging APP, Trans but few outside of China really understand how it works, and how it can pull off what for many companies and countries still far off? Vision of a world managed entirely through our smartphones. Many of which most interesting features such as access to city services are not even visible to users outside of China. So why should people outside of China even care about we chat? The first and most obvious reason is that points to where facebook and other messaging APPs could head. Second we chat indicates where the future of mobile commerce may lie. Third we chat shows us what it's like to be both a platform and a mobile portal what Yahoo could have been. Ultimately however we chat should matter to all of us because it shows what's possible when an entire country which currently has a smartphone penetration of sixty two percent. That's almost one third of its population leapfrogs. Era Directly to mobile. We felt was not a product started as a website, and then was adapted for Mobile to paraphrase a certain movie. It was born into it molded by. Most notable, however for anyone in the tech business, we average revenue per user or are Pu, which is estimated to be at least seven dollars us. That's seven. The arpaio of what's up the largest messaging platform in the world. So. How did we chat do it the first some background? WHAT IS WE CHOP? Known in Chinese as wishing which translates to micro letter, which had his first and foremost, messing up for sending texts, voice, and photos to friends and family. It was launched by Chinese Investment Holding Company. tencent one of the largest Internet companies in the world. As of earlier this year we chat have five hundred, forty, nine million monthly active users may use among over one billion registered users. Almost all of them in Asia to put that in context, that's only a one hundred, fifty, million Mau's fewer than facebook messenger, almost three acts the use of Japan's line and Tannock's Emma use of curious cow, which tends then is also an investor. Downloading. The APP is free and we has only just begun to experiment with advertising revenue. So where then does it's ARP magically liar? Especially when one remembers the difficulty of monitoring other universal utilitarian services like email, the short answer is that it offers a lot more functionality. Along with basic communication features we chat users in China can access services to hail a taxi order food delivery. Buy movie tickets play casual. Games check in for a flight. Some money to friends access fitness tracker data book Doctor Appointment Kept Banking Statements. Pay The water bill find Geo targeted coupons recognize music search for a book at the local library. Meet strangers around you follow celebrity news read magazine Articles, and even donate to charity all in a single integrated APP. And we chats case chat. not other content streams or search box is the Universal Ui. And while this post is not focused on design, it's worth noting that Chinese APPS. Ten combine as features as possible into one application something. We kind of course a supra. This is in stark contrast to Western APPs which leans towards APP constellation. Number One how we chat works the APP within an APP model changes everything we think we know about web versus mobile. philosophically while facebook and WHATSAPP measure growth by the number of daily and monthly active users on their networks, we cares much more about how relevant and central each artist and addressing the daily, even hourly needs of its users. Instead of focusing on building the largest social network in the world, we has focused on building a mobile lifestyle. Its goals to address every aspect of its users lies including the non-social ones. The way it achieves this goal is through one of the most uncertain aspects of we check the pioneering model of APPs with an APP. Millions not not just thousands of lightweight APPs live inside. We chat much like web pages live on the Internet. This makes which have more like a browser for mobile websites or arguably a mobile operating system complete with its own proprietary APP store. Not What we'd expect from a messaging APP! The light we some we chat are called official accounts. Approved by which had after a brief application process thorough well over ten million of these official accounts on the platform, ranging from celebrities, banks, media, outlets, fashion brands to hospitals, drugstores, car, manufacturers, Internet, startups, personal blogs and more. It's important to emphasize that these official accounts are nothing like verify accounts on US social networks. We're being official is mainly just a badge of authenticity or identity verification. On we chat official accounts are approved to access exclusive API's for payments location, direct messages, voice messages user, ID's and more now, not every official count uses these API's, but there are still millions of them, indeed, our APP like

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When One App Rules Them All: The Case of WeChat and Mobile in China

a16z

05:16 min | 5 months ago

When One App Rules Them All: The Case of WeChat and Mobile in China

"This post is all about we chat, but it's also about more than just we chat while seemingly just a messaging APP, which had his actually more of a portal, a platform, and even a mobile operating system depending how you look at it. Much has been written about. We had in the context of messaging APP, Trans but few outside of China really understand how it works, and how it can pull off what for many companies and countries still far off? Vision of a world managed entirely through our smartphones. Many of which most interesting features such as access to city services are not even visible to users outside of China. So why should people outside of China even care about we chat? The first and most obvious reason is that points to where facebook and other messaging APPs could head. Second we chat indicates where the future of mobile commerce may lie. Third we chat shows us what it's like to be both a platform and a mobile portal what Yahoo could have been. Ultimately however we chat should matter to all of us because it shows what's possible when an entire country which currently has a smartphone penetration of sixty two percent. That's almost one third of its population leapfrogs. Era Directly to mobile. We felt was not a product started as a website, and then was adapted for Mobile to paraphrase a certain movie. It was born into it molded by. Most notable, however for anyone in the tech business, we average revenue per user or are Pu, which is estimated to be at least seven dollars us. That's seven. The arpaio of what's up the largest messaging platform in the world. So. How did we chat do it the first some background? WHAT IS WE CHOP? Known in Chinese as wishing which translates to micro letter, which had his first and foremost, messing up for sending texts, voice, and photos to friends and family. It was launched by Chinese Investment Holding Company. tencent one of the largest Internet companies in the world. As of earlier this year we chat have five hundred, forty, nine million monthly active users may use among over one billion registered users. Almost all of them in Asia to put that in context, that's only a one hundred, fifty, million Mau's fewer than facebook messenger, almost three acts the use of Japan's line and Tannock's Emma use of curious cow, which tends then is also an investor. Downloading. The APP is free and we has only just begun to experiment with advertising revenue. So where then does it's ARP magically liar? Especially when one remembers the difficulty of monitoring other universal utilitarian services like email, the short answer is that it offers a lot more functionality. Along with basic communication features we chat users in China can access services to hail a taxi order food delivery. Buy movie tickets play casual. Games check in for a flight. Some money to friends access fitness tracker data book Doctor Appointment Kept Banking Statements. Pay The water bill find Geo targeted coupons recognize music search for a book at the local library. Meet strangers around you follow celebrity news read magazine Articles, and even donate to charity all in a single integrated APP. And we chats case chat. not other content streams or search box is the Universal Ui. And while this post is not focused on design, it's worth noting that Chinese APPS. Ten combine as features as possible into one application something. We kind of course a supra. This is in stark contrast to Western APPs which leans towards APP constellation. Number One how we chat works the APP within an APP model changes everything we think we know about web versus mobile. philosophically while facebook and WHATSAPP measure growth by the number of daily and monthly active users on their networks, we cares much more about how relevant and central each artist and addressing the daily, even hourly needs of its users. Instead of focusing on building the largest social network in the world, we has focused on building a mobile lifestyle. Its goals to address every aspect of its users lies including the non-social ones. The way it achieves this goal is through one of the most uncertain aspects of we check the pioneering model of APPs with an APP. Millions not not just thousands of lightweight APPs live inside. We chat much like web pages live on the Internet. This makes which have more like a browser for mobile websites or arguably a mobile operating system complete with its own proprietary APP store. Not What we'd expect from a messaging APP! The light we some we chat are called official accounts. Approved by which had after a brief application process thorough well over ten million of these official accounts on the platform, ranging from celebrities, banks, media, outlets, fashion brands to hospitals, drugstores, car, manufacturers, Internet, startups, personal blogs and more. It's important to emphasize that these official accounts are nothing like verify accounts on US social networks. We're being official is mainly just a badge of authenticity or identity verification. On we chat official accounts are approved to access exclusive API's for payments location, direct messages, voice messages user, ID's and more now, not every official count uses these API's, but there are still millions of them, indeed, our APP like

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How Does Stress Trigger Physiological Conditions?

Not Another Anxiety Show

06:17 min | 5 months ago

How Does Stress Trigger Physiological Conditions?

"Hey guys welcome to not another anxiety show I'm your host Kelly Walker and joining me today as my co-host Erica late them. My, Darling. Good sweating just existing. It went from the dead of winter in a like distortion. What was that show that I never watch game of thrones like the white walkers are coming to the Sahara chocolates too Humid Sahara. If the Amazon. My hair is huge right now I've got some curly hair, so my friend was like. Why is your hair so curly? Did you check the humidity? It's like a thousand percent. That's what. Science! Science it can become a thousand I am drinking the air so. In such rated we'll. However you tell me everything. All besides that, you know just. Just hitting up the Instagram, where I saw an interesting, a really great question. Right like we have a great question. We got a great questions, but this one was. And I will read it to you any second now, but this one was something that we both went. Okay okay, we can talk about this like it's even beyond. Anxiety bites because it's sort of getting back to the basics of song. Yes, so. and. I think there's like you know I WANNA make sure. We sort of answering a no read it in a second here but I wanNA. Make sure we sort of answer the question, but there's a little more to it underneath the surface that I, also WanNa touch on, which is why it's not just like a simple anxiety bites because it was like sort of an evocative question for us and I definitely thought it was worth probably something we've touched on here and there, but never like dedicated an entire episode to so Yeah I think it's. It's definitely worth taking some time. Okay Ready. I understand that things like heart palpitations may lead one to think that they have a heart condition, which is not actually present. I'd like you to do a segment about how stress can trigger actual physiological conditions. Love. This thing I mean you remember this coaching? air-cooled heart palpitations, but I was like yeah, okay, thanks a lot for the vice. Mine's real. And, it's no less real, but. Yes. Yep Yep and so I WanNa make sure I answer this listeners question about stress, and how it, how it impacts our bodies, so I'll take a second to sorta like dive into a biology lesson, which is my favorite thing. Ever sorry Erica bear with me. There's going to be I listen. I love. The biology I just don't understand sixty two percent of it. To Hey. That's passing right on. Oh. Yes, that's passing. That's a New York it is. That's passing. So yeah, I do WANNA speak to to how stress can trigger actual physiological conditions I don't want to share them here, but she she sort of shared a few things that have arisen for her as the result of anxiety so. It is it is well researched documented that chronic stress is one factor keyword one factor of so many others that can contribute to the development or exasperation of physiological conditions. Right stress makes chronic pain worse. It makes gastric issues worse. It makes cardiovascular issues worse. It makes it really exacerbates everything because. Stress touches every single one of our system, so I mean it really does make sense since chronically elevated stress, hormones like cortisol disrupt so many of our body's metabolic functions, but let's hear Mon. that's the one I can remember cortisol. I. Bet you know more than you, thank. For years later. Okay so! I wish it was as simple. This a little more nuanced I wish it was a simple saying. Anxiety and stress caused sickness right, but. We've sort of touched on this or mentioned it in a few previous episodes Dr Kelly mcgonagall. She's a psychologist from Stanford and go watch Ted Talk She's. She's very. He has a Tedtalk But to like basically some up her ted talk on and her and her research She's focused on how. Our understanding, of. Stress. And how it affects the body so. Finding was that when we change our relationship distress, or whatever are currently ship is, we can change how stress affects our body. More, specifically yet right like it always feels like an end. She says this in her Ted Talk. She's like you know I came into practices as a psychologist demonizing stress, eliminate stress managed stress, control, stress, right, but so many of us in the anxiety. Psycho are well. Of how trying to control stress or anxiety goes tension rises, anxiety rises. It's not very effective and Her major finding was that when we change our relationship to stress, right, we change how stress affects our body more specifically when we relate to stress as a natural response that exists to prepare, motivate and protect us than we don't suffer the same negative health outcomes is someone who relates to trust to stress as something to be entirely. Avoid it when we relate to stress as the former, a completely different physiological response occurs different ratio of stress hormones in addition to protective hormones are released mitigating the effects of stress on our body.

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Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Giménez: Reports of hospital bed shortages are “grossly exaggerated”

Rush Limbaugh

01:05 min | 5 months ago

Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Giménez: Reports of hospital bed shortages are “grossly exaggerated”

"Another dubious distinction for the sunshine state we've set a new daily record for covert nineteen cases today with more than thirty eight hundred that pushes the state's total to nearly ninety thousand governor run the center says the data shows the age people testing positive is going down in Broward the median positive ages thirty three in Miami Dade it's forty four sixty two percent of all the cases in in Florida Florida for for a a week week of of June June seven seven are are under under the the age age of of forty forty five five again again what what we're we're seeing seeing I I have have to to say say it it is is gonna gonna increase increase once once we we get get this this week's week's results results in in he says the median age for positive cases statewide is thirty seven you all another more than five hundred people been diagnosed with over nineteen in Miami Dade despite the continued increase county mayor Carlos Jimenez says available hospital beds ventilators in patients using ventilators remain steady reports that somehow we are running out of out of hospital beds is is incorrect grossly exaggerated he says all the increased rate of positive cases is concerning about is isn't alarms Broward hospital officials say there is ample room in their facilities as well Broward saw one day increase of more more than than three three

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Is Apple's 5G phone affecting trade ahead of its release?

CNBC's Fast Money

02:04 min | 6 months ago

Is Apple's 5G phone affecting trade ahead of its release?

"Back to apple. Last year is all about the five G. phone in another phone super cycle. That could be on the way here, so tim. I'm just curious there last week. There's this report that that release of that new phone could be later in the year. Are We pricing everything? Good with the associated with a super cycle because of the new phone in now I mean what's what's going on here in terms of the trade ahead of that new phone release. And first of all, what's going on here? Please get control this show. Because when these guys are self, would you rather I mean I, you know? Just getting I i. do think you have a case where you've got. A company that let's just quickly remind viewers that sixty two percent off intra-day, low on March twenty third. I think it's fifty four percent off that closing low. About seventy two percent off of the August twenty, one, thousand, nine, hundred, and that June spike down low and guy brought up the fact that apple's giving you. These opportunities stocks up one hundred percent I. Find it interesting that despite on a relative discount to the SNP right now you can make an argument on a forward basis. That apple trades at a slight discount to the S. and P.. That's great, but when when Karen talked about Still Hardware Company at Twenty at sixteen times multiple roughly, which is where JP Morgan puts their hardware business in different analysts I think are are largely lining up that significantly higher for the hardware portion of of this company than than we were giving it a few years ago when we weren't throwing in the other parts in the service miles, goose up the valuation overall so, is there a lot of good news in here? Yes, I think that five G. rally was really part of the rally going into the year end in. In the part that had us really with our jaws, dropping before Kobe nineteen hit so that is the concern. There's no concern in terms of apple I think in the strategic model. There's none of this. No one's talking about innovation anymore at Apple, rate and lack thereof. No one's talking about capital markets dynamics those are good dynamics. I think it's a safe company to own in this environment, but but I think the valuation right now could be challenging if you think about things that may not work as perfectly as as the price.

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"sixty two percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"sixty two percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Wages, sixty two percent government, excuse me, sixty two percent free market thirty five percent government. Higher education. This is this is really interesting since you have had a number of democrat candidates come out and say, oh, charter schools would be gone under me. Higher. Education fifty-six percent now, I guess, higher education would be more college. I don't know if that's how they viewed it, but fifty six percent. Said free-market forty-one percent government. Healthcare free market Fifty-three percent government forty four percent. Protecting consumers privacy online forty percent free market. Fifty seven percent government, environmental protection, thirty percents said market sixty six percent said government. Notably, my Americans favor free-market and government control over health care, and higher education to areas in which democrat politicians, have made proposals to greatly expand government involvement. But at least four in ten Americans appeared, sympathetic the policies that would increase the government's role in those areas, remember everything, though, based on when we talked about it even all of this, nobody talks about nobody talks about the reality even in this poll here. Nobody talks about are you willing to pay for it. Would you be willing to pay higher taxes to get more government involvement in it? Nobody asked those questions. That's why we stated over and over again. We are not becoming people in this country, do not want socialism, they want gimme ISM. Why? Because they don't like the take ISM of socialism. A word we've made up on tonight show. That will ensure Ericsson's. He watched that movie. About the creation of the Oxford dictionary. And one of the concerns always having to add new words that one should be added take ISM. So there you go your calls and comments. Coming up next. Eight.

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"sixty two percent" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"sixty two percent" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Wages, sixty two percent. Government Scooby sixty two percent free market, thirty five percent government. Higher education. This is this is really interesting since you have had a number of democratic candidates come out and say, oh, charter schools would be gone under me. Higher education fifty six percent. Now, I guess, higher education would be more college. I don't know if that's how they viewed it, but fifty six percent. Said free-market forty-one percent government. Healthcare, free market. Fifty-three percent government forty four percent protecting consumers privacy online forty percent free market. Fifty-seven percent government environmental protection, thirty percents and free market. Sixty six percent said government. Notably Americans favor free-market and government control over health care, and higher education to areas in which democrat politicians have made proposals to greatly expand government involvement. But at least four in ten Americans appeared, sympathetic the policies that would increase the government's role in those areas, remember everything, though, based on when we talk about it even all of this, nobody talks about nobody talks about the reality even in this poll here. Nobody talks about are you willing to pay for it. Would you be willing to pay higher taxes to get more government involvement in it? Nobody asked those questions. That's why we stated over and over again. We are not becoming people in this country, do not want socialism, they want gimme ISM. Why? Because they don't like the take ISM of socialism. A word we've made up on tonight show. That will ensure Ericsson's. He watched that movie. About the creation of the Oxford dictionary. And one of the concerns always having to add new words that one should be added take ISM. So there you go your calls and comments. Coming.

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"sixty two percent" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"sixty two percent" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"This is great radio Nate. You get Corp yet Korver as one corP. Okay. And J J Diller one. You're never gonna get J. J J has been a little bit off the has been lower than utilize fifty percent. A Troy Daniels. Okay. Actually, a six sixty two percent true shooting on eighteen percent usage it in making that trade with Memphis. Look like a steal Troy Daniels. Who also is not in my rankings at all these positions, so at heart, and of course, was number one in his own tier? I think for both of us last year. So you're going to open up a new tier now of below harden. Yeah, I'm opening I'm not here as a point of reference last year, my ear to also only had one guy that one guy was Klay Thompson. He is still my number two, but he is not alone. Now, I am including victory depot in the same tier with click. I actually have OD bow ahead of Thomson this year of he'll play as struggled fifty four percent shooting. Now, all depot has not been much better. But he also struggling with that soared knee. Hopefully that is in the rear view. Era for him. But I was just very impressed with what Ola depot did last year in the plasma. We had him much lower. He was twelve last year in remember he was shooting the three at a crazy rate at the start last year. I think we both had our is say we I had of it like twelve thirteen th last year at but with the caveat that, hey, if he keeps this up and plays at this level still that you know, he's gonna rock it up this list and a he was observing all star selection. He made by ambi- as him last year and other than the sore knee. I haven't seen any reason to to lower him from there. I thought he had you know, yet some rough shooting games in the playoffs. But I thought that overall it he had some big gains. Just looked the part in the play offs of a very solid offensive crater. So I think I actually have him above clay Claes, mid range addiction, everything because actually really been hurting the warriors offense series taking shots out of the hands of Kevin Durant in particular and also Steph curry with this mid range addiction that he's had. He has not been in. Have you good? I haven't said it on the podcast. Yet. It was in a report cards thing did for the ethnic, but clay Thompsons shot attempt rate when Durant and Currier off the floor is around the same level. It's actually technically higher than Russell Westbrook's biggest year and Kobe Bryant's because here like that's the kind of player. He's been with those guys off the fourth afar. And the results are let's call the mixed. Yeah. And he's still never gets to the foul line. Not a good passer. A he's slowed down to some degree defensively. I mean, he's probably as as good as ever as switch guy. But you know, he's getting a little older gang little thicker, not quite the force that he was defending smaller players anymore. Still his versatility puts them right up there. As one of the best shooting guards in basketball. But Ola depot, I think is his equal defensively or pre darn close ole depots not as good, and they don't ask him to because of his role defending the primary guy, but he is very good. As an off ball guy, really pushes the pace in transition as well gets a lot of steals. So I think I would probably rather have a depot than Thomson. Especially when you try might going forward here that Thompson is is a little bit older as a played as well as year, and old depot ios still in theory on the upward arc of his group. It's a very close between those two guys to be sure for me and Klay Thompson. I mean, he still has a ton of grabby. Like, yeah. I know he's only shooting thirty four percent for three but up teams will not be a just leaving them open..

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"sixty two percent" Discussed on Coffee Convos with Kail Lowry & Lindsie Chrisley

Coffee Convos with Kail Lowry & Lindsie Chrisley

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"sixty two percent" Discussed on Coffee Convos with Kail Lowry & Lindsie Chrisley

"Let's get back to it okay so on and tell you something weird that it's going fact and i don't know if it's true or not but okay according to l n sixty two percent of people check their phones while having sex what yes according to ellen she had khloe kardashian on her talk show this is like a while back but yeah according to her checking phone for what to take video to make a little mini porno maybe no they're not gonna porno they're just like checking their phone no they do not yet they didn't know they don't know they don't i had never in my twenty i'd have not been having sex for twenty six years but in my sexually active lifetime i have never checked my phone while having sex that makes me question so many things first off inside from videos like that ever happened to me i would literally get up and walk out first of all if someone check their phone while they're doing me i would literally throw it across the room and tell them to get off i would smash their iphone like that's not first of all better not be an android i wouldn't be doing it actually i can't say that will hasn't intro no get them in an iphone for christmas plea he wound like you get an iphone it but yeah according to ellen sixty two percent of people check have checked their phone while having sex no that's not a thing that is not a thing like i they're making pornos with those sixty with that sixty two percent there's no way they're.

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"sixty two percent" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"sixty two percent" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Eight two two eight eight two if you want to be on the program i have to there is no way that i can get everything here in the first segment snerdley came in i can't wait i can't wait i can't wait i want you to get everything in the i i can't boggs it simply isn't possible to get the ring the first hour just be patient we'll get to it all just a matter of prioritizing i think the way to get started let's do a little bit of a news update on something that some of you may not know this dirty filthy restaurant in what was it lexington virginia you've seen the picture of the place trump was right the the the the awning canopies kind of filthy and so forth it turns out that the proprietor of this place is somehow related to or very close friends with with meryl streep and this place lexington virginia is a blue blob of people who have left the northeast and moved south and what they've done is they've brought their corrupting liberalism with them into this tiny the place where this restaurant is the county voted sixty two percent for trump so there's little blue blob about seven thousand people is is heavily leftist and socialist in this is one of the dangers you know the the people in the northeast their governments are ruining living conditions and so people who can afford to are leaving which is all well and good except they're bringing their corrupting politics and culture with them to wherever it is they said and it is it's an ongoing problem now they are surrounded in places like this but still there there and it's it's you know there's a little bit of a parallel the mass migration up from central america through the us border by the way do you know who's really behind that you know who's really in my humble opinion i can't prove anything here excuse me i mean aside from democrats encouraging at all that for previously stated reasons the drug cartels are the big pushers no pun intended for this the drug cartels need mules in coyotes and pack rats to get their product into the country and the drug cartels are taking the greatest advantage of liberal democrat policies they can to get drugs into this country and you don't hear too many people talking about that because this is all become so politicized that is why what's going on at the border is a security issue as much as it is criminal or anything else it is a this is a massive security issue aside from whatever this never ending migration is doing to the to the cultural identity of the united states the fact of the matter is the drug cartels are behind this is how they get their product in the country and they've got they've got you know big time republican donors and liberal democrats need to be the next rung on the ladder to the supreme court anyway the news placing cavanaugh high on trump's list to replace kennedy has drawn attention back to the legal wrangling over the obamacare law some observers have claimed that cavanaugh in a two thousand eleven opinion written when the dc circuit considered obamacare constitutionality supported the laws individual mandate as in many cases however the truth contains more nuance then that's simple declaration even as he avoided a definitive ruling on the merits of the case cavanagh revealed himself as favorably disposed to the mandate worst of all in so doing he cultivated a theory that ultimately led chief justice john roberts to uphold the mandate most of cabanillas opinion discusses interpretations of statute that hardly qualify as an enlightening discourse a constitutional principles whereas his two circuit court colleagues upheld the mandate is a valid exercise of congress's power under the commerce clause cavanaugh descended as to jurisdiction and did not decide the merits his dissent arose from his belief that the.

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"sixty two percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"sixty two percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"You want to be on the program i have to folk there is no way that i can get everything here in the first segment snerdley came in i can't wait i can't wait i can't wait i want you to get everything in the i i can't it simply isn't possible to get the ring the first hour just be patient we'll get to it all just a matter of prioritizing i think the way to get started let's do a little bit of a news update on something at some of you may not know this dirty filthy restaurant in what was it lexington virginia you've seen the picture of the place trump was right the the awning canopies kind of filthy and so forth it turns out that the proprietor of this place is somehow related to or very close friends with with meryl streep and this place lexington virginia is a blue blob of people who have left the northeast and moved south and what they've done is they've brought their corrupting liberalism with them into this time to the place where this restaurant is the county voted sixty two percent for trump so there's little blue blab about seven thousand people is is heavily leftist and socialist and so forth and this is one of the dangers you know the the people in the northeast their governments are ruining living conditions and so people who can afford to are leaving which is all well and good except they're bringing their corrupting politics and culture with them to wherever it is they settle and it is it's an ongoing problem now they are surrounded in places like this but still there there and it's it's you know a little bit of a parallel the mass migration up from central america through the us border by the way do you know who's really behind that you know who's really in my humble opinion i can't prove anything here excuse me i mean aside the democrats encouraging it all that for previously stated reasons the drug cartels are the big pushers no pun intended for this the drug cartels need mules in coyotes and pack rats to get their product into the country and the drug cartels are taking the greatest advantage of liberal democrat policies they can to get drugs into this country and you don't hear too many people talking about that because this is all become so politicized that is why what's going on at the border is a security issue as much as it is criminal or anything else it is a this is a massive security issue aside from whatever this never ending migration is doing to the to the cultural identity of the united states the fact of the matter is the drug cartels are behind this is how they get their product in the country and they've got they've got big time republican donors and liberal democrats to thank for this open border policy and they are taking i mean great advantage of it to get their product into the country something to consider any way about this this red headed restaurant the owner of this place mike huckabee was the laura ingraham show today and mike huckabee who is the father of sarah huckabee oh and do you know this sarah huckabee her inlaws do not like trump her laws are anti trump has never trumpers and liberal democrat i think her husband i don't quote me on this but i think her husband is an onsite kansas city a very tony suburb of candy called mission hills kansas now it doesn't matter it doesn't it doesn't mean anything if it's true or not but this owner stephanie wilkinson not only told sanders to split to get out of there according to sanders father governor mike huckabee the red the hand owner followed sarah sanders family across the street to harass them at the other restaurant they ended up going to had you heard that no huckabee meant to this today and also the fact that the his daughter's in laws are never trumpers they are liberal democrat so they got a taste of the faction they are a member of they got a taste of how this out operates now there's this was this was you could make book on it the immediate comparisons to the.

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"sixty two percent" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"sixty two percent" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"To be on the program i have to there is no way but i can get everything here in the first segment snerdley came in i can't wait i can't wait i can't wait i want you to get everything in the i i can't it simply isn't possible to get the ring the first hour just be patient we'll get to it all just a matter of prioritizing i think the way to get started let's do a little bit of a news update on something that some of you may not know at this dirty filthy restaurant in what was it lexington virginia you've seen the picture of the place trump was right the the awning canopies kind of filthy and so forth it turns out that the proprietor of this place is somehow related to or very close friends with with meryl streep and this place lexington virginia is a blue blob of people who have left the northeast and moved south and what they've done is they've brought their corrupting liberalism with them into this time to the place where this restaurant is the county voted sixty two percent for trump so there's little blue blob about seven thousand people is is is heavily leftist and socialist and so forth and this is one of the dangers you know the the people in the northeast their governments are ruining living conditions and so people who can afford to are leaving which is all well and good except they're bringing their corrupting politics and culture with them to wherever it is they settle and it is it's an ongoing problem now they are surrounded in places like this but still there there and it's you lose a little bit of a parallel the mass migration up from central america through the us border by the way do you know who's really behind that you know who's really in my humble opinion i can't prove anything here i mean aside for democrats encouraging it all that for previously stated reasons the drug cartels are the big pushers no pun intended for this the drug cartels need mules and coyotes and pat grants to get their product into the country and the drug cartels are taking the greatest advantage of liberal democrat policies they can to get drugs into this country and you don't hear too many people talking about that because this is all become so politicized that is why what's going on at the border is a security issue as much as it is criminal or anything else it is a this is a massive security issue aside from whatever this never ending migration is doing to the to the cultural identity of the united states the fact of the matter is the drug cartels are behind this is how they get their product in the country and they've got they've got a big time republican donors and liberal democrats to thank for this open border policy and they are taking i mean rate advantage of it to get their product into the country something to consider any way about this this randy and restaurant the owner of this place mike huckabee was laura ingraham show today and mike huckabee who is the father of sarah huckabee oh and do you know this sarah huckabee her in laws do not like trump her in laws are anti trump has never trumpers and liberal democrat i think her husband now don't quote me on this but i think her husband is an onsite kansas city a very tony suburb of cancer called mission hills kansas now it doesn't matter it doesn't it doesn't mean anything if it's true or not but this owner definitely wilkinson not only told sanders to split to get out of there according to sanders father governor mike huckabee the red the hand owner followed sarah sanders family across the street to harass them at the other restaurant they ended up going to had you heard that no huckabee meant made mention of this today and also the fact that the his daughter's in laws are never trumpers they are liberal democrat so they got a taste of the faction they are a member of they got a taste of how this.

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"sixty two percent" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"sixty two percent" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"You want to be on the program i have to fuck there is no way but i can get everything here in the first segment snerdley came in i can't wait i get wait i can't wait i want you to get there everything in the i i can't it simply isn't possible to get the ring the first hour just be patient we'll get to it all just a matter of prioritizing i think the way to get started let's do a little bit of a news update on something that some of you may not know at this dirty filthy restaurant in what was it lexington virginia you've seen the picture of the place trump was right the play the the awning canopies kind of filthy and so forth it turns out that the proprietor of this place is somehow related to or very close friends with with meryl streep and this place lexington virginia is a blue blob of people who have left the northeast and moved south and what they've done is they've brought their corrupting liberalism with them into this time to the place where this restaurant is the county voted sixty two percent for trump so there's little blue blob of about seven thousand people is is is heavily leftist and socialist and so forth and this is one of the dangers you know the the people in the northeast their governments are ruining living conditions and so people who can afford to are leaving which is all well and good except they're bringing their corrupting politics and culture with them to wherever it is they settle and it is it's an ongoing problem now they are surrounded in places like this but still there there and it's a little bit of a parallel the mass migration up from central america through the us border by the way do you know who's really behind that you know who's really in my humble opinion i can't prove anything here i mean aside for democrats encouraging it all that for previously stated reasons the drug cartels are the big pushers no pun intended for this the drug cartels need mules and coyotes and pack rats to get their product into the country and the drug cartels are taking the greatest advantage of liberal democrat policies they can to get drugs into this country and you don't hear too many people talking about that because this is all become so politicized that is why what's going on at the border is a security issue as much as it is criminal or anything else it is a this is a massive security issue aside from whatever this never ending migration is doing to the to the cultural identity of the united states the fact of the matter is the drug cartels are behind this is how they get their product in the country and they've got they've got a big time republican donors and liberal democrats to thank for this open border policy and they are taking i mean great advantage of it to get their product into the country something to consider any way about this this ready and the restaurant the owner of this place mike huckabee was in laura ingraham show today and mike huckabee who is the father of sarah huckabee oh and do you know this sarah huckabee her in laws do not like trump her in laws are anti trump has never trumpers and liberal democrat i think her husband had don't quote me on this but i think her husband is an outside kansas city a very tony suburb of kansas city called mission hills kansas now i'm doesn't matter it doesn't it doesn't mean anything if it's true or not but this owner stephanie wilkinson not only told sanders to split to get out of there according to sanders father governor mike huckabee the red the hand owner followed sarah sanders family across the street to harass them at the other restaurant they ended up going to had you heard that know how could be meant made mention of this today and also the fact that the his daughter's in laws are never trumpers they are liberal democrat so they got a taste of the faction they are a member of they got a taste of how this out shit operates now there's this was this was you could make book on it.

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"sixty two percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"sixty two percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Eight two two eight eight two if you want to be on the program i there is no way i can get everything here in the first segment snerdley came in i can't wait i can't wait i can't wait i want you to get there everything in the i i can't it simply isn't possible to get the ring the first hour just be patient we'll get to it all just a matter of prioritizing i think the way to get started let's do a little bit of a news update on something that some of you may not know at this dirty filthy restaurant in what was it lexington virginia you've seen the picture of the place trump was right the play the awning canopies kind of filthy and so forth it turns out that the proprietor of this place is somehow related to or very close friends with with meryl streep and this place lexington virginia is a blue blob of people who have left the northeast and moved south and what they've done is they've brought their corrupting liberalism with them into this time to the place where this restaurant is the county voted sixty two percent for trump so there's little blue blob of about seven thousand people is is is heavily leftist and socialist so forth and this is one of the dangers you know the the people in the northeast their governments are ruining living conditions and so people who can afford to are leaving which is all well and good except they're bringing their corrupting politics and culture with them to wherever it is they settle and it is it it's an ongoing problem now they are surrounded in places like this but still there there and it's it's you know there's a little bit of a parallel the mass migration up from central america through the us border by the way do you know who's really behind that you know who's really in my humble opinion i can't prove anything here excuse me i mean aside for democrats encouraging it all that for previously stated reasons the drug cartels are the big pushers no pun intended for this the drug cartels need mules in coyotes and pack rats to get their product into the country and the drug cartels are taking the greatest advantage of liberal democrat policies they can to get drugs into this country and you don't hear too many people talking about that because this is all become so politicized that is why what's going on at the border is a security issue as much as it is criminal or anything else it is a this is a massive security issue aside from whatever this never ending migration is doing to the to the cultural identity of the united states the fact of the matter is the drug cartels are behind this is how they get their product in the country and they've got they've got big time republican donors and liberal democrats to thank for this open border policy they are taking i mean great advantage of it to get their product into the country something's who considered anyway about this this red hen restaurant the owner of this place mike huckabee was laura ingraham show today and mike huckabee who is the father of sarah huckabee oh and do you know this sarah huckabee they're hurt her inlaws do not like trump her in laws are anti trump has never trumpers are liberal democrat i think her husband i don't quote me on this but i think her husband is an onsite kansas city a very tony suburb of kansas city called mission hills kansas now doesn't matter it doesn't mean anything if it's true or not but this owner definitely wilkinson not only told sanders to split to get out of there according to sanders father governor mike huckabee the red the hand owner followed sarah sanders family across the street to harass them at the other restaurant they ended up going to had you heard that no huckabee meant made mention of this today and also the fact that the his daughter's in laws are never trumpers they are liberal democrat so they got a taste of the faction they are a member of they got a taste of how this outfit operates now there's this was this was you could make book on it the immediate comparisons to the gay couple that went into the bakery and said hey we're gay you must love us and you must love it so much you must make a cake for our reception if you don't we're going to sue you out of existence and the.

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"sixty two percent" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"sixty two percent" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"You want to be on the program i have to folk there is no way but i can get everything here in the first segment snugly came in i can't wait i can't wait i can't wait i want you to get there everything in the i i can't it simply isn't possible to get the ring the first hour just be patient we'll get to it all just a matter of prioritizing i think the way to get started let's do a little bit of a news update on something at some of you may not know this dirty filthy restaurant in what was it lexington virginia you've seen the picture of the place trump was right the the awning canopies kind of filthy and so forth it turns out that the proprietor of this place is somehow related to or very close friends with with meryl streep and this place lexington virginia is a blue blob of people who have left the northeast and moved south and what they've done is they've brought their corrupting liberalism with them into this time to the place where this restaurant is the county voted sixty two percent for trump so there's little blue blob about seven thousand people is is heavily leftist and socialist and so forth and this is one of the dangers you know the the people in the northeast their governments are ruining living conditions and so people who can afford to are leaving which is all well and good except they're bringing their corrupting politics and culture with them to wherever it is they settle and it is it's an ongoing problem now they are surrounded in places like this but still there and it's it's a little bit of a parallel the mass migration up from central america through the us border by the way do you know who's really behind that do you know who's really in my humble opinion i can't prove anything here assuming i mean aside for democrats encouraging at all that for previously stated reasons the drug cartels are the big pushers no pun intended for this the drug cartels need mules and coyotes and pack rats to get their product into the country and the drug cartels are taking the greatest advantage of liberal democrat policies they can to get drugs into this country and you don't hear too many people talking about that because this is all become so politicized that is why what's going on at the border is a security issue as much as it is criminal or anything else it is a this is a massive security issue you know aside from whatever this never ending migration is doing to the to the cultural identity of the united states the fact of the matter is the drug cartels are behind this is how they get their product in the country and they've got they've got a big time republican donors and liberal democrats to thank for this open border policy and they are taking i mean great advantage of it to get their product into the country something to consider any way about this this red hen restaurant the owner of this place mike huckabee was laura ingraham show today and mike huckabee who is the father of sarah huckabee oh and do you know this sarah huckabee hurt her laws do not like trump her in laws are anti trump has never trumpers and liberal democrat i think her husband now don't quote me on this but i think her husband is an onsite kansas city in a very tony suburb of kansas he called mission hills kansas now it doesn't matter it doesn't it doesn't mean anything if it's true or not but this owner stephanie wilkinson not only told sanders to split to get out of there according to sanders father governor mike huckabee the red the hand owner followed sarah sanders family across the street to harass them at the other restaurant they ended up going to had you heard that no huckabee meant made mention of this today and also the fact that the his daughter's in laws are never trumpers they are liberal democrat so they got a taste of the faction they are a member of they got a taste of how this out shit operates now there's this was this was you could make book on it the immediate comparisons to the gay couple that went into the bakery and said hey we're gay you must love us and you must love us so much you must make a cake for our reception if you don't we're going to sue you out of existence and the.

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"sixty two percent" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"sixty two percent" Discussed on WTVN

"You want to be on the program i folk there is no way that i can get everything here in the first segment snerdley came in i can't wait i can't wait again i want you to get everything in the i i can't fox it simply isn't possible to get the ring the first hour just be patient we'll get to it all just a matter of prioritizing i think the way to get started let's do a little bit of a news update on something that some of you may not know at this dirty filthy restaurant in what was it lexington virginia you've seen the picture of the place trump was right the the the awning canopies kind of filthy and so forth it turns out that the proprietor of this place is somehow related to or very close friends with with meryl streep and this place lexington virginia is a blue blob of people who have left the northeast and moved south and what they've done is they've brought their corrupting liberalism with them into this time to the place where this restaurant is the county voted sixty two percent for trump so there's little blue blob of about seven thousand people is is is heavily leftist and socialist and so forth and this is one of the dangers you know the the people in the northeast their governments are ruining living conditions and so people who can afford to are leaving which is all well and good except they're bringing their corrupting politics and culture with them to wherever it is they settle and it is it's an ongoing problem now they are surrounded in places like this but still there there and it's it's you know there's a little bit of a parallel the mass migration up from central america through the us border by the way do you know who's really behind that you know who's really in my humble opinion i can't prove anything here excuse me i mean aside for democrats encouraging it all that for previously stated reasons the drug cartels are the big pushers no pun intended for this the drug cartels need mules coyotes and pack rats to get their product into the country and the drug cartels are taking the greatest advantage of liberal democrat policies they can to get drugs into this country and you don't hear too many people talking about that because this is all become so politicized that is why what's going on at the border is a security issue as much as it is criminal or anything else it is a this is a massive security issue aside from whatever this never ending migration is doing to the to the cultural identity of the united states the fact of the matter is the drug cartels are behind this is how they get their product in the country and they've got they've got a big time republican donors and liberal democrats thank for this open border policy and they're taking advantage of it to get their product into the country something who considered anyway about this this red hen restaurant the owner of this place mike huckabee was laura ingraham show today and mike huckabee who is the father of sarah huckabee oh and do you know this sarah huckabee her in laws do not like trump her in laws are anti trump has never trumpers are liberal democrat i think her husband i don't quote me on this but i think her husband is from outside kansas city in a very tony suburb of kansas city called mission hills kansas now doesn't matter it doesn't it doesn't mean anything if it's true or not but this owner stephanie wilkinson not only told sanders to split to get out of there according to sanders father governor mike huckabee the red the handle owner followed sarah sanders family across the street to harass them at the other restaurant they ended up going to had you heard that no huckabee meant made mention of this today and also the fact that the his daughter's in laws are never trumpers they are liberal democrat so they got a taste of the faction they are a member of they got a taste of how this upset operates now there's this was this was you could make book on it the immediate comparisons to.

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"sixty two percent" Discussed on Absolute Advantage

Absolute Advantage

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"sixty two percent" Discussed on Absolute Advantage

"From adp that said sixty two percent of americans are actively looking at other opportunities like they know that there's just there's a plethora of opportunities to be able to dive into in its as a individual with break talents we've got a lot of options right now in everyone's looking for us everyone's hiring the economy is great and so i think one of the greatest things that we can do is develop a organization within our within our companies that helps to elevate people to be their very best so what are we doing to help them grow do they have coaches are we trading are their managers to be a coach to them do we have outside coaches and trainers that are coming into develop them to maximize the skills that not only we need for them in their role but things they aspire to be maybe somebody on your team wants to get over their fear of public speaking and they wanna learn how to get a community and do some speaking and just be represented in that light like do you know that in arguing that to develop them the other side is you know nowadays everyone everyone wants to be part about 'cause in if your business doesn't have options for your people to get involved in going out in serving together or finding a platform for five different things to be showcased ways they can go and give back in supporting them in those efforts i think those are just a must so just to deploy l like cultures today are needing to be super proactive in helping maximize those employees to be the very best human being they can end in two ways one philosophically what is it that they care about you know whether it's saving dogs or caring for elderly people and figure out how to make that match and then also what is it that they want what skills do they want to develop even past what they're doing in their particular role how do you help them maximize in feel at capacity maximize their strength.

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"sixty two percent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"sixty two percent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In the process which is challenging but i think can be done patrick crown heights you on wnyc with the mayor good morning gentlemen greetings thanks for taking my call it has been reported in the media that you are real close to the parole coming from her the parole of herman bell sixty two percent of all inmates in new have some violence component to the charges conviction how can one maintain opposition ostensibly supposed to ending watson concentration someone with his record forty five years in prison who has gone before parole board stuff by professional b it real specialist examined them repeatedly made a determination that this man has i expressed remorse and sincerely deemed to can we maintain a commitment to ending modern concrete kid examining cases in which in which committed admittedly kind genuinely transformed bill let me get you an answer patrick hang on mr mayor go ahead yeah patrick look i do believe in ending mass incarceration i do believe in redemption i believe in a lot of things i imagine you and i would leave in common but this cases particular needs to be seen for what it is he's he is someone who laid an ambush purposely to assassinate a new york city police officer and then did the same thing in california which both of which are documented both of which he was found guilty of it's not anywhere near a typical case and i don't believe that offense which is strikes at the heart of our entire society and he.

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"sixty two percent" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"sixty two percent" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Know when we got it and we're we're gonna answer it on this show after adjusting for inflation manufacturing output in the united states is up sixty two percent over the last thirty years however the number of manufacturing jobs in the us have declined twenty nine percent over the same thirty years following from seventeen point eight million to twelve point six million and that's one of the things that automation and productivity isn't it yeah and you know it's like the same thing happened in agriculture right in this country and it's even worse right that number of jobs lost production agriculture production and so you know there's a again politicians try to insert themselves into that equation and this is the the technology and that's free the invisible hand moving capital to work should be and resources to where they should be in that means more automation and the so the jobs of the future are going to be less labourintensive and more skill based in terms of knowledge that's the answer do affordable housing in the state in this country the less encumbrances you put on the free market system that allows people to expand and build houses and those kinds of things the more affordability you've seen in the more regulation your place on things memorial constrict innovation constrict growth in kind of good things you want to get out of it.

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"sixty two percent" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"sixty two percent" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"And joe powerful cancer if what's you a have theater an issue with it and i don't see how saying those two words are are actually going to derail a person's entire life but it's it's an interesting thought so i you're you're among the sixty two percent who is attending the theaters considerably less than others and but i appreciate your and before you go best documentary you saw this year's there one we need to say uh gosh uh your project guard target way out there if i if i if i rubio uh some of those by that i really enjoy uh i i would and um i want to go into begins to and go back and i just the mary um and the loss language and mathematical side would allow the agents sumerian so loss language in and the mass wonderful thank you bud god bless you and have a great 2018 sir brian in austin texas again the liberal heart of taxes but one of my favorite cities in the whole wide world for food and music and outdoors and at everything about austin brian except the overwhelming liberalism but welcome to the joe pag schoeser why commended about eight miles west of weird it is what we call it jew and i'm going to peter far less because it looks far last and if it's not players even me the murders or record producers or or music stars telling me on my records uh hollywood stars free she to me about how they don't want be to watch their films on gladly notched and i'm at a point any the entire entertainment industry's stick hello and mahmid but it listen to these pools so i made a big way i'm feeling well brian i understand absolutely i will tell you that overwhelmingly the hollywood world is full of leftists his full of folks.

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"sixty two percent" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"sixty two percent" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Eighty nine percent of the audience that yes loud the polls come in and strong heavy extreme should ray allen heavy statue of his game six shot outside of the american airlines arena sixty two percent of the audience said yes if you confuse a dog with a coyote and you watch tv with the coyote and your baby deserve to have your baby that's a great question it is seventy six percent of the audience said yes is there anything better in the world than the player who was celebrating a td not knowing the plays nullified by a penalty fifty seven percent of the audience said no you guys laugh at that the way that i do when a guy is celebrating a touchdown with all sorts of history onyx but he doesn't know there's a flag on the field ideas with his jet but yes i do it's funny this guy celebrated doesn't oh that's all useless usually like going to kick returner putt returning affleck's so why baharom when this odd everyone it's all accept him and he's all joy isn't the end zone because it's like one hundred yards and he's wiggle in it is the is the only one that's right everywhere fans already know impress all he should know because wait a minute wire are cheering more because they know they saw the flag that had all behind me is always one guy trailing two who was whether move through like maybe the last block at ease in the enzyme needed see it either in two of them whole it's even better when the celery me together and they don't know whether it's one guy it's funny but it's w pleasure ah let's multiple guy celebrating a touchdowns about three remillard fight are you shocked let's do god's is an enormous share fed.

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"sixty two percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"sixty two percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"A sixty two percent approval rating down from his high mark of seventy one percent a year ago president trump remains very unpopular in maryland with seventy one percent saying they disapprove or strongly disapprove of job he's doing a new poll in virginia meanwhile finds the democrat ralph north them leads his republican opponent at gillespie in the race for governor by six points at poll by christopher newport unit versity gives north and forty seven percent forty one percent dc is looking at joining maryland and virginia in offering parents a tax break as they do fall back to school shopping it's been a huge success in maryland says comptroller peter french oh why should we have a small reward for our taxpayers wherever they live in the region he says he'd hate the competition from dc button that's exactly what council member brandon todd's looking at we want to remain competitive in the region we also want to keep dollars in dc families pocket this plan would make sales tax exempt for purchases of things like backpacks laptops and school supplies for a few weeks around the start starter school dc had a tax holiday through two thousand nine button it was revoked due to the city's uncertain finances todd says the cities and much better financial shape now steve burns on wmal in wbalcom are known for brutal killings and general violence and now montgomery county officials say ms thirteen has got to go we do need to crush these people montgomery county council president roger brinner says the council will soon consider a request from the police chief and state attorney to give them another million dollars to hire more officers and prosecutors to focus on fighting ms thirteen berliner says even though the county welcomes illegal emigrants they are not to blame because we do cooperate with our federal immigration officials when somebody who art from that we all look at each other and go rarely person not deserve to be here heather kurdistan w n a alan wmal dot com checking your money the dow up and today a 22 350 the nasdaq at sixty four twenty seven sports the redskins stunned the raiders in prime dime the eagles beat the giants the ravens lose baseball and that's.

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