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Salesforce to buy Slack work-chat service for $27.7 billion

Morning Edition

00:27 sec | 2 hrs ago

Salesforce to buy Slack work-chat service for $27.7 billion

"Sales force is buying slack for close to $28 billion. The to San Francisco companies hope to close the deal by spring or summer of next year. The acquisition was announced yesterday. It is by far the largest in the 21 year history of sales force. Business software giant Slack is a work chatting service increasingly used by companies looking for more nimble alternatives to email present company

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Salesforce to buy Slack work-chat service for $27.7 billion

Morning Edition

00:33 sec | 4 hrs ago

Salesforce to buy Slack work-chat service for $27.7 billion

"Buying slack for close to $28 Billion to San Francisco. Companies hope to close the deal by spring or summer of next year. The acquisition was announced yesterday. It is by far the largest in the 21 Year. History of sales force of business software. Giant Slack is a work chatting service. It's increasingly used by companies looking for more nimble alternatives to email. Present company included sales force and slacks, headquarters or about a block away from each other in San Francisco's financial district. I'm Brian

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millennials Are hesitant On Investing In The Current Market

WSJ Your Money Briefing

04:38 min | 10 hrs ago

millennials Are hesitant On Investing In The Current Market

"During the pandemic has given many investors confidence and strong returns but millennials people born from about nineteen eighty-one until nineteen ninety. Six have been sitting out the market rally to find out why. Let's bring in our personal finance reporter. Julia carpenter julia. Thanks for being here. Thank you so much for having me. How does millennials presence in the market compared to other age groups so according to the saint louis fed about half of millennials are invested in the stock market. And that's roughly the same as gen-x gen-x again being people born between nineteen sixty five in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine. That generation right before millennials. But the difference is that the value of millennials holdings is almost a third lower than that of genetics so invested about the same amount. But just holding much less. Now what are you hearing from. This generation of investors who are not in the market when stocks began to turn sharply higher back in the spring. So the folks. I talk to they. They were kind of mixed some were saying that they were invested but that they were being careful that their Their financial livelihood wasn't dependent on the market others. Were saying that the market continues to confuse them or that they are managing debt obligations managing student loans. Trying to make ends meet in another way. That didn't leave them with much. Money left over to put into the market but absolutely all of the people. I interviewed mentioned. Two thousand and eight that they were very scared of a market crash that they were scared of a recession and in many cases were still trying to recover from the last recession you spoke with several millennials who've lived through more than one sharp economic downturn one of whom is thirty nine year old david hill. He's married with two children lives just outside of chicago. And he's here with his thoughts on the market. David thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me see now. The market's been on a tear for the past six or seven months. What kept you from getting in. You know the concern is i think things tend to be over undervalued based on the news and so these wild swing day to day so if i was you know a day trader or someone who was looking to make short term gains concerned. You know long-term more long-term buy and hold type investor. So i wanna make sure that. I'm also keeping an eye on like what's happening today so it makes me a little bit nervous but since i'm more long-term viewing i don't get really caught up in big shocks and big swings but my try to at least not have too much money invested only in seoul stocks. So when you're managing your finances what's important to you. Don't take anything for granted. Be smart about where you put your money. You know they say cash is king but also caches and make money either so you got to kind of balanced your whole portfolio out between real estate your investments in retirement. How much cash. You have look at everything but just be smart about money. I try to be smart about where i'm spending on. We bought our house purposely. Spent way less our house when we could have like. We approve for a lot more than we actually paid for house. Because we just wanna say we want a place to live. They meet our needs and not have to worry about. Something happens to one of our jobs. We came to mortgage payment now so we really we really are smart about how we look at those those big purchases and you know because we know any bang an accident. A loss of a family member could bankrupt as quick. Now david. What would it take for you to feel more comfortable about putting more money in the market. Make sure i meet some of the other needs. I make sure i have enough. Put away for my kid's college tuition one day to go to college. Make sure you know. We have a big. You know something to fall back on in terms of emergency funding And also making sure that we have a nice lewis nest egg of cash. I know i shouldn't be saying that because cash is making money. But i wanna make sure that we had those basics first before putting more into the market you know having more of a term view. You don't don't. I wouldn't unless you have the stomach for and the cash sitting around and be able to take those heads do not try to be a term day-to-day investor you cannot predict the market and any individual investors can have a hard time beating out the institutional investors getting the better price so i would make sure you just have a more of a term view and be smart about where you re putting your money all right. That's chicago area. Resident david hill. So julie putting money in the market as a gamble. Is that playing a role. Here are millennials looking for tighter security when it comes to their financial obligations. A lot of the people i talked to mentioned that debt felt more pressing that's saving felt more pressing. They were prioritizing. Those financial obligations over these other things and a lot of them did have retirement plans. They were invest in their retirement plans. But they were saying that for the time being they want to be debt free and they wanna have an emergency fund because this last year really emphasized to them the importance of having emergency savings or if it's wall street journal personal finance reporter. Julia carpenter julia. Thanks for coming on the show. Thanks so much for having me in that your money

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A Conversation With Dr. Maya Angelou

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

05:27 min | 12 hrs ago

A Conversation With Dr. Maya Angelou

"With the release of her book. A song long up to heaven a song. I like to do at a song long enough to have enough. I said many times. Maya has been one of my greatest teachers. I am so blessed to have her in my life. She is the one. I often look to for strength for wisdom for comfort and courage and also just to talk you know everytime we on the we're not talking about courage and with sometimes we just laugh a lot anyway. The sheer power of her words and insights have moved and inspired me. And i know millions of you. Maya says at a song flung up to heaven is the sixth and final in the series of books about her remarkable life which she began with. I know why cage heard sing the first book of dr angelo's bestselling autobiographical series was. I know why the caged bird sings. It made her literary star. Stayed on the new york times bestseller lists for two years. It is brutally honest account of her painful childhood and how she rose above being raped by her mother's boyfriend when she was just eight. And the six years of self-imposed silence follows next. She wrote gathered together in my name about her struggle to make ends meet as a single mother at age. Sixteen working as a cook. a dancer. a madam even a prostitute next in singing and swinging getting married like christmas. Maya takes on her journey into show business touring europe as a singer and dancer walnut phone informative and millions read the heart of a woman. Were maya takes us through one of the most fascinating periods of her life from her debut at the apollo theater to her first meeting with malcolm x. to the joys and challenges of raising a teenage son then in all god's children need traveling shoes she follows her heart to africa in search of her roots where she teaches at the university of ghana and works as a journalist alongside malcolm x. world now poet author actress activist. Dr maya angelou has risen to greatness time and time again is more phenomenal phenomenal phenomenal woman than ever. Please welcome my dear friend. Dr maya angelou do want to talk about something. Other than and wisdom shrink in hope. What is seventy four wheel like. It's so wonderful. It is so good. I thought the fifties were hunt. Until i reach the sixty the sixties out there. They're out there who. Then when i reached the seventies mount no the seventies you want to reach the seventies. everybody's stay alive reach this because do you feel age you know. This is a society that so puts age and ageing. And we're so concerned about it. Is there a point where you say. Oh yes. I'm now an older woman. No there are some things that have not escaped. Me team has not. Ecstasy has not satisfaction has not disappointment has not fear has not courage has not so there are some things which have not escaped me. So that keeps you young If you start thinking that you know it and nobody can tell you anything. You found the one way and you can tell others faults. It's already over. it's already too late. You have become old at eighteen at twenty five when you think you know everything but when you know a do a lot you've been around a long time and you've paid attention like you so interesting though because people say to me when you call her up and you talk to her. Does she talk like she talks when she's and it is true many times i call them my and like just the other day he says on the morning. I'm sitting in my kitchen table and she just starts a conversation. Let me get a pencil. write this down. She's talking and then she are you there baby go. Yes so tell me. What is this significant of a song flung up heaven It comes from the third verse in the nba by pauline's dunbar. And i'd love to say please. That may i the first. I says i know what the caged bird fields on me when the sun is bright on upland slopes when the wind blows saw through the springing grass and the river. Floats like a sheet glass when the first bird sings and the first bird oaths and the same perfume from its chalice steals. I know but the caged bird field.

Boston - General Public Shouldn’t Expect COVID Vaccine Until Spring, Gov. Baker Says

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:18 sec | 14 hrs ago

Boston - General Public Shouldn’t Expect COVID Vaccine Until Spring, Gov. Baker Says

"Has reported 2845 new coronavirus cases in Massachusetts and 30 more deaths. Meanwhile, Governor Baker says Kobe 19 vaccines could begin arriving in Massachusetts this month. But he says the vaccine likely won't be available to the general public until the spring. Governor Baker swore

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Hewlett Packard Relocating Headquarters To Houston Area

Mark Levin

00:33 sec | 17 hrs ago

Hewlett Packard Relocating Headquarters To Houston Area

"Governor Abbott says Hewlett Packard Enterprise plans to relocate its global headquarters to Texas from California, according to the governor, relocating to the Lone Star State is becoming increasingly common. Do you know what he calls the best business climate in America are low taxes, high quality of life, top notch work force and tear. One universities create An environment where innovative companies like HP can flourish. HB will move from San Jose to spring, Texas, just outside of Houston. Additional jobs are expected in the coming

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US panel: 1st vaccines to health care workers, nursing homes

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 18 hrs ago

US panel: 1st vaccines to health care workers, nursing homes

"The advisory committee on immunization practices voted thirteen to one to recommend healthcare providers and people in nursing homes become the first to get the shots which will be limited in the beginning there's an estimated twenty four million people in that population out of three hundred thirty million in the U. S. the one infectious disease researcher who voted against the plan said it would be more efficient to vaccinate the staff at nursing homes rather than the residents the panel did not endorse any particular vaccine with three candidates expected to be ready soon panel members are waiting to hear an evaluation from the food and drug administration experts say the vaccine probably won't be widely available in the U. S. until the spring Jackie Quinn Washington

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Two-week COVID-19 new case rate up 20% in Seattle area's Snohomish County

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:50 sec | 21 hrs ago

Two-week COVID-19 new case rate up 20% in Seattle area's Snohomish County

"Rate is up. Another 20% 20% and and 80% 80% of of the the airborne airborne isolation isolation ICU ICU rooms rooms are are occupied. occupied. Snohomish Snohomish County County Health Health officer, officer, Dr Dr Chris Chris Spitters Spitters says says hospitals hospitals can can re re engineer engineer some some rooms rooms to isolation rooms, but they're also worried about a shortage of health care workers to staff. Um Spitters says the county tested 13,000 people last week. But he says 90% of those were people with symptoms that suggest that the system is being stressed in terms of providing testing that everyone who wants it, But we're still much better off than we were last spring, and the health district's continued to work to expand and provide more testing sites. Says supplies of personal protective equipment is adequate for now, but that those supplies won't last indefinitely. So, he says, we have to turn things around what started as an attempted to you. Why stop ends with an effort man charged with shooting

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CDC advisers to vote Tuesday on who will be first in line for a vaccine

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

03:12 min | 22 hrs ago

CDC advisers to vote Tuesday on who will be first in line for a vaccine

"To develop and distribute a safe, effective corona virus vaccine well underway. Advisers to the Centers for Disease Control are set to me today, deciding who will get that vaccine first. Here's NBC's George Stephanopoulos joined now by Dr Tom Frieden, the former CDC director who is now president and CEO of Resolve to save lives. Dr. Frieden. Thank you for joining us. Take us inside this prioritization process deciding who's going to get the vaccine. And when you've got about 20 million doses, But you have 87 million essential workers. 53 million over the age of 65 millions more with chronic conditions. How do you decide? Fundamentally, You wanna look at three things, George, One is how much good you going to do? How many lives you're gonna say Second is what's fair. What's the fair way to do it? And the third is How can we do this openly? Transparently so that there's no back room deals. It's clear what's happening and the A C. I P. That committee That's meeting today is the right group to do that. They are the top experts in the country on vaccines, and they consider all those factors in terms of maximum benefit. You want to really focus on nursing homes, because that's where 40% of the deaths have been in terms of fairness, you want to make sure that doctors get it because the nurses and all health care workers, not just the people who you may see stories about, but people cleaning the floors that people checking people in the people who are exposed and heart at risk, not just of getting it, but of spreading it. Those three principles are what guide and this kind of public discussion and decision is really healthy way that have this prioritization done. You're right. Transparency is important. Of course, the vaccine still needs to be approved. We're hoping for it to happen within days. Can anything slow that down? We do expect approval to come pretty soon, but I would also expect there to be bumps in the road in the vaccination program. When you vaccinate millions of people. Some people get really sick after the vaccination, and you don't know whether that was the vaccine, or that was just coincidence. So that has to be studied carefully or you're going to get all sorts of wild rumors flying around. That's another place where you really need transparency. This is how many cases of severe adverse effects we may have, or may expect. Is it higher? Is it related there? Maybe production problems. There may be rumors. There may be people who don't want to take it even if you do have the vaccine, So this is probably George the single most Complicated vaccination program in American history, even though it's happened, so expect that they're going to be some bumps in the road. No question about that. As we wait for the vaccine. It certainly appears that all signs are too are pointing toward a dark winter before relief in the spring. Even though the vaccine news is very encouraging. It's not here yet, and therefore we have to double down on safety protocols or we're going to see the worst season we've had for covert. We've already as you show reaching 100,000 hospitalizations in the next week or so we'll hit 2000 deaths per day on average in the next few weeks, Sadly, We can all do more and more we recognize we're in it together. The safer will be the more we can continue our kids in school. Our healthcare has to continue to save people's lives. But that means dialing back on things like indoor gatherings, bars and restaurants and making sure we all mask off again. That's a B

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Vaccines Are Coming, but Pandemic Experts Expect a 'Horrible' Winter

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

03:17 min | 1 d ago

Vaccines Are Coming, but Pandemic Experts Expect a 'Horrible' Winter

"With the race to develop and distribute a safe and effective Corona virus vaccine well underway. Advisers to the Centers for Disease Control is said to me today deciding who will get the vaccine first. Here's NBC's George Stephanopoulos joined now by Dr Tom Frieden, the former CDC director who is now president and CEO of Resolve to save lives. Dr. Frieden, thank you for joining us. Take us inside this prioritization process deciding who's going to get the vaccine. And when you've got about 20 million doses, But you have 87 million essential workers. 53 million over the age of 65 millions more with chronic conditions. How do you decide? Fundamentally, You wanna look at three things, George, One is how much good you going to do? How many lives you're gonna save second is what's fair. What's the fair way to do it? And the third is How can we do this openly? Transparently so that there's no back room deals. It's clear what's happening and the A C. I P. That committee That's meeting today is the right group to do that. They are the top experts in the country on vaccines, and they consider all those factors in terms of maximum benefit. You want to really focus on nursing homes? Because that's where 40% of the deaths have been in terms of fairness. You want to make sure that doctors get it because the nurses and all health care workers, not just The people who you may see stories about people cleaning the floors that people checking people in the people who are exposed and heart at risk, not just of getting it, but of spreading it. So those three principles are what guide and this kind of public discussion and decision is really healthy way that have this prioritization done. You're right. Transparency is important. Of course, the vaccine still needs to be approved. We're hoping for it to happen within days. Can anything slow that down? We do expect approval to come pretty soon, but I would also expect there to be bumps in the road in the vaccination program. When you vaccinate millions of people. Some people get really sick after the vaccination, and you don't know whether that was the vaccine, or that was just coincidence. So that has to be studied carefully or you're going to get all sorts of wild rumors flying around. That's another place where you really need transparency. This is how many cases of severe adverse effects we may have, or may expect. Is it higher? Is it related there? Maybe production problems. There may be rumors. There may be people who don't want to take it even if you do have the vaccine, So this is probably George the single most complicated vaccination program. In American history, even though it's happened, so expect that they're going to be some bumps in the road. No question about that. As we wait for the vaccine. It certainly appears that all signs are too are pointing toward a dark winter before relief in the spring. Even though the vaccine news is very encouraging. It's not here yet, and therefore we have to double down on safety protocols or we're going to see the worst season we've had for covert. We've already as you show reaching 100,000 hospitalizations in the next week or so we'll hit 2000 deaths per day on average in the next few weeks, Sadly, We can all do more and more we recognize we're in it together. The safer will be the more we can continue our kids in school. Our healthcare has to continue to save people's lives. But that means dialing back on things like indoor gatherings. Bars and restaurants and making sure we all mask off along with ABC is George Stephanopoulos says former Centers for Disease Control director Dr Tom

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Cuomo outlines plan to help hospitals as virus cases rise

Paul Murnane

01:06 min | 1 d ago

Cuomo outlines plan to help hospitals as virus cases rise

"There are concerns that New York hospitals are going to be overwhelmed. We heard Governor Cuomo unveiling a plan that he says could help WCBS reporter Marla Diamond with more on this from the Upper West Side this morning. Statewide, New York has logged 3500 daily hospitalizations quadruple the number back in June. And if those numbers continue to increase, which we expect they will You will see serious stress on the hospital system. Determined to avoid a repeat of the terrifying scenes that overwhelmed hospitals in the spring, Governor Cuomo warns large healthcare systems to balance their patient loads or face malpractice charges from the Department of Health. It was a case of first impression last time this time, it's not a case of first impression. I don't mean to be difficult. But difficulties when people die because they didn't get the right healthcare. The governor says 65% of the state's new coronavirus cases can be traced back to small gatherings as hospitalizations rise, the governor says New York Could go back on pause on the Upper West Side. Marla Diamond, WCBS News, radio

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Self-employed? Your state may owe you money

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:30 sec | 1 d ago

Self-employed? Your state may owe you money

"Shorted on unemployment benefits. The government Accounting Office says gig workers, independent contractors and other self employed people are on the short end. The G A. O says that most states are paying those workers on Lee the minimum benefit. Instead of the amount they're eligible to receive Based on their actual earnings, those workers should be receiving higher benefits mandated by the pandemic Unemployment assistance program that went into effect last spring. You might think there's no one employment if you look at the sales numbers for Black Friday and Cyber Monday

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Why remote learning worsens education inequality

Reset

05:19 min | 1 d ago

Why remote learning worsens education inequality

"Education has gone online but not all education is proving to be equal according to the new york times. One analysis from the spring found that the move to online learning puts the average kid about seven spiked but the average student nine months behind the average black student ten months behind but are some schools. That are doing better. Some schools are adapting to help make remote learning better for kids and for teachers to shrink that gap. So how are they doing it. And a north is a senior reporter. Here in vox. Who's been covering this story. So you've got a piece about the difficulties of online learning and what we can do to make things better for students. You told us about one school in the bronx walked me into that school. What's it like. Yes so i talked to folks at com site high school. It is a charter school at part of the earth the network of charter schools but as a public school located in the bronx. It's a school that high poverty area about eighty four percents of the student body qualifies for free or reduced price lunch. It's also a school that's majority. Non white majority latin accent block student body. And you know it's in a part of the city that was really hard hit. You know really suffered a lot especially in the spring with covid nineteen. This was a place where a lot of kids had family members that were ill a lot of kids family members who lost jobs. It's definitely been one of the parts of the country. That's really been struggling. And what sort of technology are they. Using a kossi to teach during the pandemic every school uses different things. I mean there's been sort of a variation across the country in terms of what schools us but in a way it's not like that different. I think what You know what varies more across. Schools is the way they use technology and not so much. The tech itself is like you know they use google hangouts. They zoom combination of tools. That you'll find a lot of schools using but i think the difference Sometimes comes down to how the instructors are using it. Got it okay and tell me what were of the big issues with online learning there that made it harder to reach underrepresented groups. Yeah i mean again like a lot of these things. Just start like before the kids ever get online. I mean you know it's some pretty big percentage of kids in the city kids across the country. Don't have wifi in their home. They may not have a device. You know maybe they have a phone where they can get online but they might not have certainly their own laptop live in family with multiple kids. It's not like every kid necessarily has their own laptop and they might not have You know a quiet place to go study so if you live in a small apartment in new york city you don't have like a dedicated desk area for every kid to do remote learning so these are all things that are big barriers even before you talk about like is the interface working while for kids right like do they understand how to use. Google hangouts things like that. Do any guess about how many kids in general at least in america don't have access to the stuff yes so it looks like as a twenty nineteen seventeen percent of students across the country lacked. A computer at home in eighteen percent didn't have broadband internet. It's about one in five one. Five students and low income students and students of color are more likely to lack those things. Okay so you found a couple of ways in which this one high school in the bronx is doing things better when it comes to. Maybe not introducing new fancy gadgets but to use technology and to use to improve online learning. Tell me like what sort of things by doing. And is there any reason. Why every scorn. America this stuff. Yeah so i mean again. It's just really really basic stuff so but basic stuff can be the hardest stuff right totally. Yeah and it's something that frankly like a lot of schools and a lot of districts aren't doing for their kids and so we're talking about making sure that the kids are online so the school actually made available wifi hotspots. That families could pick up and like even before you talk about that. This school also made sure that the kids had food and you know even did a go fund me to help with some some other costs that the kids families facing associated with the pandemic so that may not seem like a tech problem. But if you don't have food in your house like you're not going to be able to log on and do your classes. There's also there's a few things that teachers educators really finding that. They're having to adapt the way that they do their classes. You one teacher told me. I thought this was really interesting. He said i relied really heavily on my presence in his teaching like he may be was very funny and just like very animated and he was able to really work the room and he can't do that over zoom. He's not in the room so he described kind of trying to use the students as a resource a little bit more. Try to bring in their expertise at one point. He had them like name all their favorite superheroes and villains than he made that part of the lessons so like making it a little bit less about him and a little bit more about them. If and that's just one example. But i think just constantly checking in with kids. This is something that every school. I talked to really mentioned is just that you know. It's a time when everyone's isolated when if they're not coming into school buildings building those relationships in any way you can is super important and so you know. I'm hearing a lot about phone calls. I'm hearing a lot about like constant texting even advisors. Just saying link. Were you able do your homework. Do you have any questions everybody doing okay.

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Moderna to seek FDA emergency authorization for COVID-19 vaccine

What A Day

05:02 min | 1 d ago

Moderna to seek FDA emergency authorization for COVID-19 vaccine

"We're hurtling toward. What may well be a horrible and deadly holiday season as cova cases numbers and hospitalizations. Continue to reach alarming highs over ninety thousand. People are currently hospitalized in the us according to the cova tracking project that's compared to the previous high of about sixty thousand in the spring and summer. So more by half just terrifying. We're also moving quickly towards something that looks like hope to vaccines yesterday. Dern submitted its vaccine for fda authorization aaron. What's the latest on that. Well akilah thanks to the incredible work of scientists and researchers. We've now got to vaccines that. Could start to be distributed to americans within days or weeks maderna's mentioned and pfizer which submitted a couple of weeks ago. As soon as the fda reviews and approves either one for emergency use people can start lining up to get poked. Yeah i am also in line to get poked but as you've been talking about on the show with this first round vaccines were not going to have enough for everybody all at once and we don't have one official plan for who gets to be at the front of the line. That's why the cdc's advisory committee on immunization practices or ac ip is having an emergency meeting today hammer out some guidelines for states on who gets there. Kobe shot i. Yeah so what do we know about their thinking. Well much to the chagrin of the kardashians in everybody who would love to feel just a little more normal by having a massless dance party on a private island. The vaccine will not be distributed based on how many instagram followers. You have or even whether your father invented the toaster strudel I'm really bummed. I that's my dad. I know. I know grudging wieners. The has already decided that the first people in line should be healthcare workers and people who live in long term care facilities like nursing homes according to dr kathleen dueling medical officer at the cdc staff and residents at these facilities have accounted for almost forty percent of all deaths from covid nineteen even though there are less than one percent of the total us population if you add healthcare workers and people who live and work at long term care facilities. That's about twenty four million people even with fda approval and firing on all cylinders. There will only be about forty million vaccine doses available by the end of this godforsaken year and both cohen. Vaccines require two shots. Which means that those forty million doses will be barely enough to meet the needs of the very neediest in this group. Yeah and then. It starts to get a little bit trickier when you get into the other. Essential workers and people with high risk medical conditions. Or you know older people right. So according to the cdc there about eighty seven million essential workers one hundred million high risk adults and fifty three million people sixty five years of age or older. And of course there's some overlap between these categories. These are the people that would be prioritized next but as you can see there are a lot of them if all goes well you could see fifty million more doses ready to go in january another sixty million in february or march doing math divided by to carry the one that means about seventy five million people could be vaccinated against covid nineteen by the end of the first quarter of twenty twenty one which means the more people who are at an elevated risk from covid. Then there will be vaccines and there will not be enough vaccines to reach herd immunity at first and it's going to be a while before we get there and so this is just guidance. According to current lame duck secretary of health and human services. Alex as our love connick guy. Lame duck state governments will ultimately determine how the vaccine will be distributed. But who knows if that assertion will hold after biden takes office on january twentieth knows. Well it's a little bit of an elephant in the room. Here you know. America has a long history of ignoring the needs of and in some cases actively hurting the health of marginalized groups like indigenous americans living on reservations. Black people hello Non native english speakers people experiencing homelessness and the mentally ill among other groups. So how can we be sure that the cova vaccine will just pass them over. That's a really important question akilah. I'm sure there are already rich and powerful people trying to figure out how to skip the line. There's nothing more american than that but the acp seems determined to make sure americans have faith in the fairness of this process. All of their meetings are live streamed. So if you're looking for something to do today you can go ahead and livestream. The meeting in all the votes are public. The fda has also having meetings on vaccines on december tenth and seventeenth. This whole process depends on the public trusting the vaccine enough to let somebody shoot two doses of it into their arms and it seems like so far at least the folks in charge are taking that responsibility seriously and all this is happening with derna advisor will still be gathering more data and monitoring for adverse effects as the first groups of people get vaccinated and then the companies will have to go through the normal. Fda approval process as well. This first round of approval is a fast track process. So getting back to normal isn't site kind of if you squint. It's not that far. It's right there it's kind of kind of. Let's put it this way between now and when everybody who needs to be vaccinated is vaccinated. 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U.S. reports record 96,000 COVID-19 hospitalizations

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 1 d ago

U.S. reports record 96,000 COVID-19 hospitalizations

"By the national number of hospitalizations stands at a record high over 96,000. According to the Cova tracking project. Reports of overwhelmed hospitals in some parts of the country are on the mind of Governor Cuomo. Moving to take proactive steps to prepare hospitals and communities for the expected surge. The governor is planning new strategies in the war on Cove it in the new battlefield hospital capacity is the top concern. He says. Hospital systems will be ordered to distribute patients to other facilities within their operation and systems will work with each other so no. One hospital is overloaded. He cited Elmhurst Hospital is having been overwhelmed in the spring. The governor is preparing for more cases, post Thanksgiving, You'll see a continue increases my bed. Through Mid January, he says. The biggest areas of spread now small house gatherings, as opposed to restaurants, Salons or

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Why won't my Lily of the Valley bloom?

Your Gardening Questions

02:50 min | 2 d ago

Why won't my Lily of the Valley bloom?

"Barbara email this week and she asks. I transplanted some lilies of the valley a few years ago about twenty plants and they barely bloom because she says they're really old plants and they get west son now I'm not sure. I can give her a full answer. Sometimes i have only a few of them but some years i get fairly outstanding flowering some years practically zero but when she mentioned that she had that gets west son. That is probably going to be a Significant deficiency for the plants lily. The valley is more shade entity. Then it is a son entity I grew up with a wealth neighboring house that back the house. They had an area between the foundation and a sidewalk long a porch et cetera. So it was in an tramped area and they had little valley in there. That was so many flowers you smell it. Clear to the elliott. If you will now. I think then it may be that the west sun is deficiency factor there. Because let me. The valley is for shade primarily. Now they will live obviously in the west sun. But i think that might be part of it then beyond that. I don't really know other than i'm assuming that. In the twenty year period it has gotten pretty darn dense. there may be some help in doing some thinning Anytime well now is not the best time but very early spring as it starts to come up go in and actually since the patch to the extent of letting more light in twos lower part which may help get the plants into a flying stage beyond that. I don't know for sure what would be happening. it's one of those things where i guess you have to go with the blessing of having a ground cover. That is doing well even though it doesn't flower however the valley is so fragrant that To miss the flowering is is not disastrous deficiency in the plant. But what she might do is take some of the thinning material. Put them in a spot on well other than in the west sun preferably the north side of the garage to house. Whatever see if they will reestablish and then flower more in that shaded area but beyond that Count them as a healthy living plant but just the disappointment of the flowering try some thinning and reestablishing in a shady area. See if that will work.

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How Airline Pilot Jim Allen Got His Aviation Start In The Navy

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

05:35 min | 2 d ago

How Airline Pilot Jim Allen Got His Aviation Start In The Navy

"Tell us how you got your start in aviation a pay I grew up as an air. Force brat flu beef forty seven feet fifty twos in a one So i was always excited about aviation from that. My dad passed away when i was a teenager so I think that kind of cemented the hero worship for for my dad. You know in those days. And i just you know as always we we moved from you know we were on the air force base for a while we lived in iowa and then kansas after my dad passed away to live where my mom's parents were in a big open skies. And you're always looking up to see what was going on up there because you know. I was just kind of bored in small town. Kansas and My uncle taught me how to fly. When i was nineteen years old Down in rockport texas. What kind of airplane of piper warrior and I just you know even though it was a little stressful because he was kind of a screamer why it was it was i love going flying solo but when he was in the airplane i was just a little bit stressed out but i still have his His voice in the site you know in in my ear every time i'm not lined up for the centerline of it in even in a seven thirty seven. Now it's get get lined up with. What's wrong with you that just use a spring but it was i'm just curious You have a relative teaching to fly when you're not in the airplane. What was your relationship with him like. Yeah so i was staying in his In his house and that was it was just. It was a little stressful. But i in there were. There were times where he was like these. You really want to do this one. She just leave and things like that but when it was all said and done he was really proud. And i was proud and But i was his first and last student because nobody else wanted to deal with them. I guess but he. He came to my winging ceremony when i became a pilot And he was just proud a you know it is just the way life is. Sometimes you know it's not always good. It's not always bad. There's just getting bad mixed in but But i learned a lot. You know and i and i got the i got the license in like fifty five hours. I was there for two months from from zero to two private pilot just in the summer of nineteen eighty five. So that's the way to do a t to go. Full bore fly every day. If you can and get it out of the way right. Yeah and i saw that with the students that i flew with later so a way You go to college. I went to college at the university. Kansas and i was living in kansas can think. And why. why am i here in the first place. That's my mom's hometown. But i found out that the university of kansas was ranked in the top ten for aerospace engineering. And i was like well. That's pretty cool. You know so. That's that's what i wanted to learn. It was a tough program. But i got through it Actually with honors But i decided to join nato. otc The air force at the time was They weren't offering pilot slots Two people who were getting scholarships Be an engineer for the air force. And then you would compete for a scholarship later in a it just seemed a little too much ambiguity. Matt's of navy was saying we'll we'll give scholarship. You can figure out if you're gonna be a pilot toward the end of the program in You know it's needs of the navy. And all that kind of stuff so so turned out. When i got selected if i they told me i was going to be a pilot and then like they. You know four weeks later. I haven't graduated yet. They said well. We're sorry that we were badly in the back sears. Nfo's nfl stance from naval flight. Officer so i you know. Tail between my legs went down to pensacola tried to figure out a way to become a pilot and they said no dice Were just short on. Nfo's and that's in. You have a minute refractory error in your left dive. It's keeping you from minnesota. But i was twenty twenty in gotten in like six months before six months after they probably would let me go to the pilot program but at the time they just they were starving for back. Seniors in that may have been a blessing in disguise. Because like a year after. I got down there. They cut the bottom third out of pilot training navy wide because of the cold war drawdown and there were guys get sent home. We're getting cintas supply or know. They were surface warfare. That kinda thing and so it was. It was kind of an ugly time in the navy late eighties early nineties.

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What almost dying taught me about living

TED Talks Daily

03:39 min | 5 d ago

What almost dying taught me about living

"It was the spring of twenty eleven and as they like to stay in commencement speeches. I've it's getting ready to enter the real world. I had recently graduated from college and moved to paris to start my first job. My dream was to become a war correspondent but the real world that i found took me into a really different kind of conflict zone at twenty two years old. I was diagnosed with leukemia. The doctors told me and my parents point blank that i had about a thirty five percent chance of long term survival. I couldn't wrap my head around. That prognosis meant. But i understood that the reality and the life i'd imagine for myself had shattered overnight. I lost my job. My apartment my independence and i became patient number. Five six to four over the next four years of chemo. A clinical trial and a bone marrow transplant. The hospital became my home my bed. The place is twenty seven since it was unlikely that i'd ever get better. I had to accept my new reality. And i adapted. I became fluent in medical lease made friends with a group of other. Young cancer. patients built a vast collection of neon and learn to use my rolling v. Paul as a skateboard. I even achieved my dream of becoming a war correspondent. Although not in the way i'd expected it started with a blog reporting from the frontlines my hospital bed and it morphed into a column i wrote for the new york times called life interrupted but but above all else my focus was on surviving and spoiler alert. Survive thing to an army of supportive. I'm still here. I am cured of cancer so when you go through traumatic experience like this people treat you differently. They start telling you how much of an inspiration you are. They say you're a warrior. They call you a hero someone. Who's lived the mythical hero's journey who's endured impossible trials and against the odds live to tell the tale returning better and braver for what you've been through and this definitely lines up with my experience. Cancer totally transformed my life. I left the hospital. Knowing exactly who i was and what i wanted to do in the world and now every day as the sunrises i drink a glass of celery juice and i followed this up with ninety minutes of yoga then i write down fifty things. I'm grateful for onto a scroll of paper that folds into an origami crane and then failing out my window.

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"spring" Discussed on The Cinema Guys

The Cinema Guys

05:13 min | 4 months ago

"spring" Discussed on The Cinema Guys

"She should be able to get a job. Any certificate to prove it. I guess have to use her like Matt Damon. Sort of like solve a math problem knowledge. Yeah, but. He'll think you'll have the wisdom of life. Wise Right? Yeah! He was playing with them, and he could always go back and know how to pick up any of them, ladies and dudes. That's IT Brad. Do you think you would experiment in that department? If you were in stuck in the same day over and over again. Why not? Day Oregon I mean. Yeah. And I I love like in the beginning cal. Right like life is futile without some sort of companionship. Yes, and you especially living in her and I know they tried to throw into like no, just because because that was her thing was I'm stuck with you, so of course you like me. But. He was saying like no could be anyone but I think she was more right like anyone. He could have got stuck with I think he could have I mean. I guess he could've hated him. But I think he could've. Roy as an example of they just went their separate ways..

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"spring" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

07:42 min | 9 months ago

"spring" Discussed on Night Call

"Was good. Went to a strip club That's right and I was wearing this hat. Yeah well the Strip clubs in Montreal or like famous per you. Can you can like touch strippers? But we were just like. Let's go see the red light district And I was wearing like a hat but was a dinosaur but I used to wear all the time and one of the strippers like saw it and like started laughing. Brook broke character of the left and she was giving somebody else. She saw me go very legendary hat. Yeah it was a great hat and a great great thing break Did you guys watch the rite of spring? The stravinsky piece. That is an Aginsky Ballet. I talked about past I I am I'm aware of it. Yeah I watched as well. Yeah I watched like two different performances of it It was also an interesting thing to watch when you're already in a weird mood It is crazy. Yeah can you describe lepretre like you said It's basically midsummer but a ballet. It's like a ballet about a pagan and sacrifice in ancient Russia And it inspired a riot when it was first shown because it was so modern descendant like invented sort of descendant of on guard classical music. Yeah and it's still really weird when you watch it. Yeah it's like one of these things that makes me think that like experimentalism and general craziness and out there and this is not a straight line like. There was a time when people were Way more out there than they are now. Like what counts is experiment the stuff? Yeah Yeah and his history is obviously not moving forward like traditional right now. So That's interesting to think about. Yeah what was transgressive in the past? So this Guy Nicholas Rorick who was involved with the rite of spring. I've never heard of turns out. He was like the total proto new age guy. Who was very influential on an a painter? He designed the costumes But he also was into like Gurus and the sort of stuff all the stuff that we talk about on the show new age stuff and Russian symbolism. Yeah which is also at this ballet feels like going for yeah You linked to the circle dance. Which is like a thing that exists in versions of an exists in a lot of different cultures like. And that's the thing that's in midsummer as well like the thing where they just like run around in circles and this is the May Queen but This also reminded me of. There's like a really great book that I would highly recommend By Barbara Ehrenreich Called dancing in the streets. That's about It's like a history of Public dance and rituals and just like public celebration and music basically and how many of these did center around women and also Satan Like a lot like Bella. Culturally like everything kind Saturnin or like not just Satan but like I mean. Like whatever the the chaotic spiritual Emblem of the culture is is is is kind of represented through this stuff and you know sometimes. It's springtime ritual but they're all often harvest rituals to That are just sort of like the ladies are all GonNa go dance do chaos and then the cycle will continue a new Which you know is she kind of builds his case that it's been like a really really important part of society for a long time made a list of a few of them Versus looking for spring holidays to talk about And probably the best one is Baba Marta Day in Bulgaria which is a day where the description said. You have to wear a red and white yarn bracelet until you see historic sure Baba. Marta is grandma March and she is believed to be a feisty lady who is always grudging her two brothers. January and February while the sun only comes out when she smiles On these holidays ritual acts are performed which are believed to mellow her temper. Participants in the holidays are women girls and children. It is believed. She is not fond of older women and they should not under any circumstances. -cause her anger. So yeah it turns out. There's a lot of holidays from around the time that involve like like killing an old woman. Who Represents Intern Because there was another one called Marzena where you make little dolls that represent Marzano the winter the lady and then you drown them in effigy sure And I apologize to and there's one called butter lady Muslim Sita Where you burn another winter lady doll and then everybody eats sputter and pancakes for the last time before lent I love. I love doing better eating all that. Mardi gras stuff. That's a spring tradition eating a bunch of butter Yeah I mean. Do you guys have any other like beard? Bring traditions personally do spring cleaning? I love spring cleaning. I do major spring cleaning and then I try and do spring. Gardening is my favorite way to chill. And I'll have plenty of time for that being as I have now. Only living in my house directly outside a lot of strawberry planting alerts like planting stuff feels good. I have never really had a yard where I can truly plant things. But I've always been into just like flower peop- in like you have the Cherry Blossom. Viewing on here. Yeah I like just doing a casual version of that and I have to say that. I only really started to appreciate that when I lived in New York. Because you don't have flowers for so long and when the flowers start to show up it feels like getting like taking a shower. It feels like just getting close to see all the cherry blossoms and dogwoods and stuff like that So I really had an appreciation for that Out there and like as soon as the tree sort of blew me and I would just be like all over my instagram. Just like flowers here. yeah I think I think I like all of the the nature viewing things. I like the idea of moon viewing autumn..

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"spring" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

TT Filmpodcast

03:45 min | 9 months ago

"spring" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

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"spring" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

TT Filmpodcast

11:40 min | 9 months ago

"spring" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

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"spring" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

02:45 min | 9 months ago

"spring" Discussed on Night Call

"Supposed to play But I don't know how to do it anymore. And meanwhile like people inside are screaming. I am also hammered. Of course really Not Equipped to provide the emotional support. that this person really needed. I think a couple out and we're like making really close to us. and It was very intense ended with like. I gave him a hug and was like yellow. If they're like that and then Back inside and Finished burn great and also. I remember taking a car home. That a friend of ours drove very responsibly. And my other Alex Don't we have stolen taxi win? That's IT I love you. I Love NY column and I call head how different this is. Thank you thank you so much. I think that really gets at the heart of the existential reckoning within the very idea of spring break itself. Yeah you can't escape like being human. I think you can and just go for the fun. But then there's the inconvenience of of being a human in a human society. Also there's tons of ways to dissociate and feel like another person other than drinking copious amounts of alcohol or get a coma. How long did she say he'd been in a coma or did she say she said? Can you imagine the no? I cannot imagine. I don't know what I would say to that person either? Actually if you know them and you're like I don't know what that must be. I mean it's it's hard to entertaining more alienate in eighteen. Yeah Yeah you don't know what to say that person yeah. I hope they have found peace out what we're definitely don't go to a spring trashy spring fake. Hang out if that's where you are could escape from. Maybe it's probably so hard to even leave the house. It's like eventually you just have to try and throw yourself in and especially I mean if you isolate yourself and I'm imagining this is probably back. I mean when we were in high school there wasn't like that much internet so you're so isolated unless you go to where your friends are and they're the people who have like the missing pieces of who you are that your family would. I'm now I'm obsessed with this. 'cause it's fascinating it's like you would need your friends to tell you but if you don't know how you are you know how to act. Yeah them at all. Yeah through friends really. Hey here's what you're used to be like. That would also be so now pretend to be that way again.

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"spring" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

05:25 min | 9 months ago

"spring" Discussed on Night Call

"Vacation cultural than we were talking about sort of pandemic fears earlier to write back. And you think about like when a place is so dependent on tourism for the economy. It's like a illness like you know. Stops the normal cycle of things from happening like those people. Don't get paid and it's not their fault. I wonder how it will affect like Las Vegas as well. I mean not when you start thinking about how this could play out. That's when it starts to get tariff to shut public transportation like avoid crowds. I was like how can you avoid crowds? And you can avoid grandma. Yeah and also and then when you start seeing the adjustments that could be made if this became like a real a real threat you just have no sense of when it would end and then if you have very little faith in our administration as I think. A lot of people do There's the sense that that can be used to manipulate you. I went on a thing about this. You guys wanted darkest place Fred I wrote a thing about Tiki culture where I learned everything about Tiki bar culture and one of the things I learned was that it came up during the Great Depression idealized fantasy of visiting the South Seas and the Polynesian Islands But it wasn't actually about going. It was just like this fantasy of going to the tropical place we're going to recapture it with this drink. They're also such good drinks and it's so much fun to how tiny toy and everything. So at the end of prohibition so it was like a double barrel of like you can drink again and also everyone's Brooke it's healthy. It has juice put corn flakes in spring break and just like the concept of vacation operates in like the imagination of the average person. Yeah yeah there's like a boatyard essay that's all about. Just how like the idea of vacation just like is what people use to mark how good of a time. They think they're having yeah. I mean that's why I like this. Selena Gomez voice over stuff. Because it's not the woohoo spring break. Let's go get fucked up thing that she's expressing. It's like a much kind of sentiment that I think anybody even people who've just been on a normal vacation can identify with which is just like. I don't WanNa see the same things every single day. I WANNA go someplace and like really understand myself there and is very like it's sort of like winky doing it over these shots of you. Know people just like wiggling their bare breasts around and like jacking off beers into each others mouth but I think like but it also is like kind of very touching you. Because it's like yeah. I mean there is a kind of humanity that even this shit at a certain point and people are only doing this and people need to release. Well Yeah and people are only doing this like because of a series of cultural cues. That tells them they should do this. And that they are going to find those things if they do that and like. I think that some people obviously have great transcendent experiences. I'm sure we'll hear about tests done. And some people don't so Selena Gomez is but it's like you still go out with the optimism that you are going to like connect with other people and like some sort of new transformative experience ending task. Selena Gomez experience. That's really great one and to not so good ones to be. I'll fill the beans. Yeah are Patriots Dot Com. I mean I think that's the other thing obviously about vacation but in spring break in particular. I think When you have a plan to drink as much as possible like it's hard because you can go into it with the intentions of having like voiceover where it's like. It doesn't have to be the way that it always ends up being. I mean and that also like kind of speaks to like alcoholic mindset of just like you in your mind. It's going to be this and then like the reality is so not your ideal five hours of like creations. Nothing bad happening. I think. There's like the gap between people's expectations of certification. And like what it's actually like is such an interesting thing because it's like people that is how people sort of motivate themselves to keep going and that gets in my vacation or to go on a vacation and like better be the best. Yeah Spring break particularly like what specific about spring break is like a lot of people's first time going on vacation without their family exactly so it is like a very you know big first experience to go out in the world and do something just with friends as an adult being treated like an adult like buying your tickets to go do some main and Yeah I think I I mean I've never done a spring break. There's still time I yeah. I think people have various versions of the Florida. Going Florida is the classic. But you know. I'm sure there's other people who are like you went to Montreal Molly. I did go to Montreal for spring. Break sorry yeah some point to. Is it like a vice themed spring. Nobody silly so it'll fit on our podcast before we wrap up today. Should we take one last night? Call a spring break night calls. Okay this is Leah. I'm calling him as nice spring..

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"spring" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast

The Minimalists Podcast

09:55 min | 10 months ago

"spring" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast

"Hello Simpson's I'm Joshua Fields Millburn and I'm Ryan Kids Emas and together. We're the minimalists Ryan. Spring bring cleaning is right around the corner but we need to wait until spring. We didn't even wait till tomorrow to declare our homes and today we're sort of getting back to the basics so this is just you and me in the studio. We're GONNA talk about decluttering we're GONNA talk about organizing and we're GONNA talk about letting go of excess stuff and we've got a lot the questions today so let's jump right in. The first one is from John in Oakland I ended question about my parents have gone into my life. I have done so myself Elsa. Luckily I just had a big move right about the time I was thinking about different dishes. Great Nose I was talking to my parents about it I brought over. The DAD is very much a adjusted. Guy That is really a very core You know he's a big Goes is Christmas lights the day after Christmas so you can have them you know. Spend a little the less money on it overall and and then he like I guess she sounds like a little bit of Santa Claus. I guess you know anybody has any problems or or they have a question you know in their house he could. You can walk down to the basement. It's like I think this might help jars and and feels great. I don't know how much it happens to her. More part kind of how. He's he's like the neighborhood stuff so I was wondering you know when you say like what's the worst that happens in this stuff. You know the one is there is like oh well you know. He won't have a bunch of stuff and he's basement. Where like you can go and get it really those types of identity you know? He's he's seventy years old. I don't know I don't know if I can give into the minimalist thing Because of the way of life get boss because you know he's he's just I think he might just kind of where he is or you know super happy but I think he doesn't doesn't want to put in the effort to change. This really highlights something. I wanted to talk about today Ryan and it's that I don't think minimalism is necessarily for everyone. Sure and I think it's important it's important to bring that to the forefront for early on to me minimum worked really well for me. Simplify my life worked really well for me. Because I was discontented by the status quo and when I when I say status quo I mean. I was discontented by the amount of things I owned. By the constantly pursuing the purchasing of new vitamin the acquisition of items taking care of items the storing of items having the bigger house for all the items all of those things were stressing me out and and so we have a couple of questions within John's question here within his statement really that. I'd like to unpack first off. I'd like to say if your father is contented with with his stuff then please. Don't try to force minimalism. Yeah that's one thing that stood out to me. He said I don't know if I could convince him to be a minimalist and I don't thank you and I are trying to convince anyone of anything. No I mean. We are sharing our recipe. Were sharing our story and people connect with great right but if they don't that's okay okay to totally agree. Yeah and so if your father is reaching out asking for help. That's one thing if he is contented with the things that he's doing these buying these Christmas lights right after Christmas. which by the way is the best time to buy Christmas lights? If you're trying to save some money and you know you're gonNA use Christmas lights. The following season right right. Yeah and and so if he has just a basement full of stuff that he that is adding some sort of value to his life. Please don't try to convert him. Don't go out and proselytize and then the second thing that I want to talk about here is if you are trying to help someone. Simplify their lives. Instead of telling them what they should do. The best thing to do do is is be that example for them. Show them how you've experienced benefits from simple flying your life and then how that might translate for them of course the benefits benefits different for each of us. So you letting go of your Christmas lights in your basement. John might bring you great joy for him. It might actually make him discontented contented and so you brought up the question. What's the worst thing that can happen? These are two questions that you and I we often ask ourselves. What's the best thing it can happen? And what's the worst thing that can happen. Yeah we often start with the. What's the worst thing that can happen? And I think that's that's an important question because some of these things nothing bad's really gonNA happen. Happen you get rid of the Christmas lights in your basement was the worst that can happen. I don't know maybe to buy more Christmas lights in the future. Maybe not nothing terrible is going to happen there but sometimes there are good answers answers to that question late if you're gonna go skydiving what's the worst thing that can happen. Well your parachute doesn't open and that's the worst thing that can happen so you have to be extra cautious with that and so there there are some fears that are warranted some fears that are not but on the other side. What's the best thing that can happen? If you simple fire life well you make more time for your healthier relationships your community your creativity. These are all giant upsides from letting go of your stuff however your dad. John John He may not he may not experience. Those those same benefits that you're experiencing. Now he brought up one other thing Ryan the just in case items his holding onto all all of these items just in case now you have to different rules. We have a just in case rule. We have a adjust for win rule. By the way if you're listening to this at home you can actually download what a free e book that we have A. It's called sixteen rules for living with less it's the minimalist rulebook and both those rules are in there as well as fourteen other rules. It's a free e book on a website the minimalists dot com slash resources and in there. We we try to differentiate between the just in case items which you and I argue. You can replace those things for less than twenty dollars less than twenty minutes from wherever you are but there are some items that are just for win items. I would even argue that these Christmas lights. If he knows they're going to use he's GONNA use them every year holding onto them actually make sense because it is a just four win item. He certainly he's going to use it. The just in case items are like I don't know maybe maybe I'll use that someday. I'm not sure and so I give myself permission to let go of any of those just in case items which I've let go of tins of thousands of just in case items but I do hold onto some just four when items. I know that I'm going to use them at some point. And there's some other rules was that are applicable within that same rulebook while the ninety ninety rule works really well for me although it wouldn't it works ninety nine percent of the time. It wouldn't work for Christmas lights right. rulebook look man is that you know. John's Dad He can he can manipulate those rules. Whatever works best for him so the ninety ninety rule You're right that might not work. That's not gonNA work for Christmas Lights Even the just in case rules. 'cause like I will I will hold onto. Let's say I get I don't know dude lasting anything of was like an Ethernet Ethernet cable that came with a modem or something when Mariah and I moved into our apartment Ethernet cable already had one and I was like. Oh you know what I actually might use this to plug plug the router directly into my computer or whatever else like I I was like I might actually use this so held onto it just in case Didn't use it for for a few months. And then I let it go right so you know even those just in case items you can still create boundaries around those two where John's dad doesn't have to get rid of every single item that he hasn't as his basement. And you know you talk about those two questions. What's the worst thing that can happen? What's the best thing that can happen? You some other important questions are what we always tell people to ask themselves. When they're on their minimalist unless journey is you know How might your life be better with less and I was thinking I was thinking about John's data I thought maybe another way to phrase this The junkin phrases to his dad is how might your life be better if you lived more intentionally. And I'm sure that he has a basement full of stuff and there's probably some things down there that maybe you're stressing him out and those are the things that John Wants to help his dad with. Where is his dad? Feeling this angst in if you can help you that out with those those The sources of angst like that's going to benefit your dad having him get rid of everything is not going to make him happy. He talked about his identity. Dentist that stood out to me too man like his dad. His identity is helping people out and having things that he can give other. People reminds me of Someone at our event who was talking about their library's right like I just love my books and led to smell me. I know I love. I love how I turned the pages. I'm friends come over. And my favorite part about owning my books to lend friends books and then they go read them and then they Bring back and then we have a nice conversation around the books and that's great like their identity is wrapped up in meaningful conversations around the books that they own. That's that's not the end of the world. I mean I think the identity thing can get a little bit dangerous sure But you know really what John's data's a helper and that's what his dad wants to do. So Oh John. The question isn't how can you get your dad to be a minimalist. The question is how can you help your dad be the best helper. He can possibly be. Oh I love that man and by the way forcing him to get rid rid of everything in his basement would actually makes him more anxious so so thinking about that as well. You're asking some really important questions here Ryan and John. I would love to bring you you and your dad to one of our events in Oakland. We're getting ready to go on the left coast tour. We're going to be talking about minimalism. And creativity. Less side minimalism and creativity and sounds to me like your dad is actually. He's he is very creative person. He uses a lot of the these things in his basement and elsewhere in his house for a little creative projects and into creatively help other people to contribute to the people around him. So if you want to come to one of our stops I think the San Francisco stop is the the closest one to you. We're GONNA talk about minimalism and creativity. We're GONNA have a special musical guests and a special podcast guest in every single city. There's eight cities in total all along the west coast of the United States and Canada. You can find your tickets at the minimalists dot com slash tour..

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"spring" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"spring" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"There was a a real competition that Jake from hat on his hands with Justin fields. I don't know. It's hard for me to say, I know everyone wanted to make it a competition. It turned out not to be much of one but going into this spring and coming out of it. I think it's pretty obvious. This is Jake froms team. Right. Right. And I think it was last year. But look anytime you recruit the nation's number one overall prospect there's going to be that kind of hanging in the background of. Well, what if he's so good? He has to play one of these so good. He actually beats out Jake femme. You've got nothing like that this year. I mean, it's it's obviously J crumbs team and the interest from the quarterback standpoint for Georgia's spring was about who's going to be a backup. If something happens to j krom, it's you know, when when you have to really good quarterbacks as Georgia has had the last couple of years the two previous years. They everyone says well, that's a good problem that this year. It's okay. Well, how bad is it if the crime goes down, and so people were trying to? Out over the growing. What did they have behind them? And that's it. I don't know that we're we're still like gonna build any statues two steps and Bennett who's gonna be the backup at this point. But the spring game showed that he could be a viable option if they have to him and that one Mathis the true freshman from Michigan while he's probably a guy that will play four games. And then sitting redshirt he has some upside down the road to. Yeah. The coaches are very well aware of how important that that guy is the number two quarterback because we saw both teams in last year's national championship game win a game along the way and both went into that national title game undefeated because somewhere in the schedule the backup quarterback came in and helped them win a game where they were in serious trouble. Obviously that was yes, you see championship for Alabama. And for Clemson. It was the Syracuse game. So it's not a trivial thing who ends up being that backup. And how prepared is. He now you mentioned that you know, the playing time. And the opportunity for that. I think it's one thing obviously that Georgia's should have the luxury of because they're expected to be very good to dominate a lot of their opponents. So should be plenty of playing time available for whoever that second guy is right, right? And they had that at time last year with Justin fields to it's just obviously wasn't going to be up time to keep them around. He wanted to start. And so he's going to be starting for how state this year. I think they're going to sprinkle in. That's Bennett doin Mathis when they can't that's Bennett as one year of experience, but it was at a junior college. So they they they feel okay about the situation there. I'd say, but you you never know until you absolutely have to play. And Georgia's hoping that that does not happen in a real as in the game is still in doubt type situation. So what questions that Georgia had entering the spring? Do they feel better about coming out of it? You know, one area. I'd say is probably the secondary. This was a situation of life without the Andre Baker. And it did not look good when they played without Andre Baker in the sugarbowl that might have been more the whole defense, not just the secondary. They were also without the Andre walkers and drafted later this week there. They were also without Jordan Davis, nose tackle. But the secondary this year they're rolling out is pretty much the same one that was in that Sugar Bowl. And they looked better in the spring game. The takeaway for a lot of people when j crumbs struggled a little bit in that game ou get from it a bed spring game. But you know, no one's really worried about Jake from especially in the spring game where you have rules set up in your your being vanilla an offense. And the Andrea swift only gets a couple of carries sit in down. But what was encouraging was that for the Georgia team overall? I think is when Jake fromm was throwing the ball against the first.

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"spring" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"spring" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"You subscribe because we love you. And thanks everyone for listening and for being here. And I'm here with Anderson Erling Andersen. It's been awhile. I know I did a little vacation. Cheating. I know I'm sorry. I'm not really cheating. But I was with my mom on vacation. You know, what I gotta say. It was I haven't advocation since the early two thousands. And it was really nice just to get away with my mom, and to you know, what my mom's super shells. So she's not like, Molly all. With my mom that was a really popular show. Stepdad Goto now girls we've. We went to Kabo, and it was really just to relax. My mom has way more energy than I do. And she was let's go sightseeing. Nope. I'm just by the pool. Guess through the way around 'em. Exactly. My mom's being going can. I just please relax by the pool. Honey, no, advocacy. There's we We have. have heard there's a sex lecturer. I used to be like that. And I have to say that since I had vacation in so long. I really needed the distance and the perspective to step back and reflect and do nothing I'm not I'm not going shopping during this, and she was cool. And then she chilled out which was good for her. And I had a lot of break Thurs six experience. It's hard to do a good vacation because most of the time if I go on vacation Emma comeback exhausted. And you don't wanna do that you want to have a nice you want to experience new stuff and see new stuff for sure. But you've got to find a balance, and you've got gotta come back relaxed. I most every single vacation. I go on I come back, and I'm like at work. I'm so tired though from running around on my vacation. I did not run around. And I was there. I was healthy. I meditate every day ran I, you know, the cameras hippy dippy. I'm a heavy. What can I say? And so that was fun. And then also want to mention that we've had some really good show because first of all our show was God number six hundred amazing. But there's been some really popular shows. We just posted at the five bedrooms stakes you might be making love that episode. And then what women really? You want in bed with the lady gang. So check out that podcast that was fun too. And. Spring spring spring a sprung cute happens in the spring Anderson flowers bloom, and like little birdies hatch and and embarrassed come out of retirement or hibernation. Exactly. Yeah. That's what happens, and it's time for renewal rebirth cleaning out your closet. Did you that kind of thing? No, okay. I with the old in with the new. In california. And it's always like spring slash summer out here. I don't really notice that season's pass or come. It's it is true. Mom's emissions. She was. I'm so excited when I get home. I go by winter clothes in the basement. I can bring. Yeah. You know, I I have to do things like I have a number of calendars around my house. So that something changes, you know, saying every time a new season officially comes on board. You know what I do? I got a new caller for STAN he has four his floors. Ask you separate callers. He's got a spring. This is ridiculous. But sure his spring color. It's got a winter caller. He's got his fall. And and it was the other one collar in Mexico. But I didn't know if you. I didn't want it for winter. I'm glad I didn't read this for spring ended. If he didn't wear it is the dog check on my Instagram if you wanna see pictures or my face. Yeah. You know? It's funny though, every time I get it. So when you call lift DVD's like Uber. When you got when you call lift furred ride. Do you know that you're it's connected to your Facebook. And the picture they see that pops up. I get in their car. And it's and you know, my face me insanely.

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"spring" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"spring" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"So it's spring the flowers are blooming pollens, waking it's a spring awakening. So we thought it'd be good to talk about the early blooming 's of the people we find attractive in pop culture. Right. That's right. So I mean because all of this can relate that there comes a point in your childhood or early teens where you're watching celebrity or you're reading your teen beat magazine, or you're just surfing the web, and you go my goodness. And suddenly, you see a celebrity you see a character differently. Like something happens to you start to feel some kind of way. Yeah. You just there's a different lens suddenly there so for you who was it for you. That was your spring awakening. So we've we've talked about this a live show, and sometimes a little more complicated. And I do just want to personally confront you right now. Because I feel like it was a little bit of fake news on her Instagram posts because you made it look like I was sexually attracted to Mona. Who's the boss? I went back. I wanna I don't wanna thank news. Do you receipts? But I went back to the slide show are actual that was made by Aaron me right at the top of the pyramid was the Mona right in a sexual mentor kind of capacity Jamie, what is different than being a sexual having a sexual mentor and being sexually attracted one more. Mandic feeling is more intellectual. If you saw fifty shades of grade partout or whatever like you'll understand that reference. You didn't see fifty shades of grey. I did not mino- actually did. And I'm trying to who the older lady was it was like, it was Kim basing her side. No. But she was the first person that like on who's the boss? She was talking about stuff in a way that I thought what is she talking about sexy, grandma? She's a sixty grandma. So that was that was like my first inkling into what was going to Mona. Mona's when that show started. She looked like she'd lived a hard life. You know, had good hair-color. Great hair. Colour?.

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"spring" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

Fantasy Focus Baseball

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"spring" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"Welcome to fantasy focus baseball beautiful Thursday morning, March fourteenth two thousand nineteen it pi day here Tristan likes that through training. What's your favorite? Pie eater. You know, a whole lot apple pie from me by second. Yeah. I like I like Apapa began by pumpkin pie. Anymore? You want to name them all not K? That's that's of course, Tristan. He likes pie. Eric. We also with star researcher crowds. Soppy awesome producer down. Dopp? Today's show. Lots to discuss interesting spring stats. What's tristen writing new rule changes and later on of course, vampire league, talk and your myriad hashbrowns? We start as always with the buzz. All right. Surprisingly, not a whole lot of news over the past three days since our last show a Monday Thursday show, by the way, if you haven't listened to Monday's go back and do that. Now Kaga White Sox moated top prospect ally. Illinois Jimenez, no surprise there. Tristan we expected that they don't have to make up reasons either make sense for them to do that. Even though everybody complains about it. Do you think you'll be up before Guerrero? That's a reasonable assertion. I think good question. I don't think he will. But I don't think it's going to be far off. I think we're looking at may I may fifteenth may I would be lad may fifteen being ill law. If I'm to give projection date on it, by the way, based on the ADP numbers. I gotta say there's not a whole lot of difference. I don't think between your rare Jimenez. I think him and is going to hit like a monster right away to batting average power. He looks really great as well. And if people are still taking Vlad saying. Around five or six probably push back a little bit because of his injury. An Eli is going to be pushed back now because of the demotion probably around eighteen or twenty. I just don't see that much of a difference between these two guys. That's just me. I don't want to take too much time on that. But yeah, I for the most part agree with you. I think they're both gonna hit right away. And it's a good value for I'd say if there's anything that strikes me about this motion a little bit disappointed. It didn't come few days later because I do believe a little in the players top prospects who get demoted close in closest proximity to opening day generally had shown something of their team. So that means some of the prospects left in camp, for example. Chris paddock if we want to get into him in a second. If he lingers in the Padre spring camp close to opening day. I think that's a very big positive sign, even if he's demoted where would you rank panic if you think he's making the opening day starting sticking around 'cause that guy's got strike potentially striking everybody out in the spring looks great numbers. There hunters have the greatest rotation. And if they think they can contend, and maybe they can good offense where?.

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"spring" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"spring" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"spring" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"spring" Discussed on WJR 760

"For spring as we deal with possibly dangerous weather this afternoon winter storm watch has been issued for southern michigan from the i sixty nine quarter and northward through tomorrow morning motors heading up north being warned to watch out for icy conditions driving will be all that great throughout the entire metro area either with a combination of rain showing sleep in the forecast and energy officials are concerned about possible power losses from down power lines for many freezing rain interim msu president john english has his memory of meeting with a victim of larry nassar is different from hers eighteen year old kaely lawrence claims angler secretly offered her two hundred fifty thousand dollars to settle a civil lawsuit against the school angler issued a statement saying he did meet with her he said he was sorry if anything said during that meeting was misunderstood michigan health department officials are warning the public to not consume creighton that's a plant use as an opio substitute because it may contain sign manila wjr are medal lendrum has more more than one hundred thirty people in thirty eight states including three and kent living stint and monroe counties have been made ill by some manila tainted creighton officials say there haven't been any death connected to the outbreak but thirty eight people have been hospitalized the us food and drug administration has issued a mandatory recall for all food products containing powdered creidim some annella is a bacteria that causes food poisoning most infected with salmonella develop diarrhea fever nausea vomiting and domino cramps between twelve and seventy two hours after ingesting the bacteria are metal landreau wjr news it's not just a self driving cars that are a legal matter for the auto industry wjr's dick haefner reports advertising cars of the future will also be tricky removes the stress from your commute fatal crashes involving tesla an uber vehicles have landed automated driving into the courts now lawyers are warning the company's better be careful about the heights on american bar association conference emphasized that naming and marketing self driving vehicles will help determine legal liability of the companies when something goes wrong the most serious if you according to lawyers will be the balance of promoting the vehicles while warning consumers that autonomous systems are not perfect misuse of even one word in commercials or videos could decide whether a lawsuit can be filed after an accident dick haefner wjr news dynamically adjusting and university of.

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"spring" Discussed on Championship Drive

Championship Drive

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"spring" Discussed on Championship Drive

"Time to come out of the tunnel on campus conversation now you hear the voice in the player in that promo that sound or go it's game time baby it's game time that's unless you are several different schools here in the spring guys that have decided to cancel game time that is we're looks like wisconsin west virginia iowa state and probably most notably the michigan wolverines despite adam it's going to be forty eight degrees with about a fifty percent chance of rain coming up this weekend in arbor and they said no we we just can't do it we're not we're not having our spring gay what did you make of the wolverines the badgers mountaineers cyclones and others canceling these spring games well it just shows i think that from a school perspective even though they liked to have fans around and there's some some revenue opportunities and it certainly a celebration of the program that it just doesn't matter nearly as much to schools as it does fans and i sorta take that same approach i don't go to a lot of spring games that y'all watch a couple but i don't take i don't think extrapolate things and say oh my god this is going to change the season and i didn't get you when there's ever a chance of thunderstorms anything like that and you have a huge stadium like michigan as you just don't want to take any chances of it wisconsin yesterday and they're supposed to get some potentially severe thunderstorms on friday and and to have a decent crowd not a huge crowd and camp randall stadium they just didn't want to take that risk given that it doesn't mean a whole lot to the program so there's certain places where it matters bore you've been to a lot of them in the sec i think in the big ten in the mid west there's really only two places where it really resonates spray game one is penn state and which is not till next week and hopefully they have good weather and the other is highly state which i believe is sold out it's spring games so it just matters more in certain places and those places are still having the game though michigan would have been very interesting because they're coming off of a disappointing season they have a quarterback competition i think there would have been more intrigue there than.

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"spring" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"spring" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"Interesting curious topics what direction they're going in so i'm excited for this because it's already twenty eighteen and if because eighteen we have talked about the twenty eighteen season we cannot continue to look back or always just be big picture sometimes it's time to put on that information snorkel and dive in that is absolutely right and it is it's supposedly spring now here coast they keep telling us this although i saw forecast calling for another one to three inches of snow on saturday which is going to ruin a golf round that i have sorry previously scheduled yeah so they claim that we're in the midst of springtime here and as you know this time of year once you get april it is time to start talking about spring football spring practices are very much thing spring game scrimmages whatever you wanna call them weird formats very much a thing and it is this time of year where we start looking at twenty eighteen in all right who are the incoming freshmen water the big spring storylines that we need to pay attention to we need to start doing some research on our end hopefully to get all y'all prepared for what's coming over the coming days and weeks and months as we begin these slow march towards the twenty teen regular trebol season as what we do i'm getting teary just hearing you say y'all instead of y'all that's right daily does you know people don't believe in evolution tie and this is the proof right here that you and i have grown.

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"spring" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"spring" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Them on opening day we show hey otani at the played billy hamilton did billy hamilton stuff on monday we'll bring shohei otani to the plates of the one one it's in the air in left center field and hit well going after it has billie hamilton dis did it get you a cdu he caught that ball billy hamilton vintage billy hamilton as otani didn't even know if he caught the ball people's round and second base and looking out in the left center field and finally hamilton through the ball back and he went well to was right hit the turf dove after it and classic billy hamilton there yeah and classic reaction from otani doing a doubletake out at second base when billy handled and caught the ball that from wsaz i research hoskins scott his second homer of spring training boosting going back duty it is theresa skits to sector this spring credit those john battle want big league tom mccarthy nbc sports philadelphia anthony rizzo had a good day the walk is only time up swing fly law leap right field patterson back he's at the warning light wait civil fifth war barely over time for the wall and ranked his glory the indianborn author nathan who assumed guarding to graces these tied the game too early that from wsc are tanner rorick of the nationals was really good to me he's the classic spring training pitcher who can dominate because he just throw strikes he keeps the ball down and that's what he did on monday this is tanner roark he's got a chance to crack this rotation here's a one to pitch in a swinging a man so moline as strikes out and a onetwothree for ten or roar the nationals in their bullpen anna's swinging amassed in a row arc erased any number four is struck out three and allowed use one hit it was marcelo zuta with two outs little chopper that's it left side go to it.

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"spring" Discussed on Programming Throwdown

Programming Throwdown

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"spring" Discussed on Programming Throwdown

"Worked for me and on is spring is is is much the same way were trust me you don't want to learn about oh ought to and redirect your rows and tokens andy you don't want to have to deal with any of that on that i'm pretty sure that won't be whoever's listening that will be core to your business your business is going to be about making a cool app or or a website you providing some entertainment or some education two two no abroad said a people not you know trying to understand tokens and so using near that helmet is green framework can greatly help that so how does bring then relate to say apache comments right apache commons is also serve a large collection of libraries that you know kind of enable developers so spring just like kind of a similar vehicle but more geared to enterprise or or kahn what are the differences there uh well out i'll taggant first on this i i feel like a lot of they've value that it's the various spring up components bring to the mix is ed opinion a and opinionated approach sometimes you hear that and a lot of times people say well what does that really mean the idea behind an opinionated approaches it rather than provide you a dozen different ways of doing something uh what we try to do is provide a very clearcut path uh with a kind of a path of least resistance to cover that eighty to ninety percent of use cases so for the many many things that we do that are very similar across the board we wanna make that very easy for you to do with a minimal amount a code uh but in the old days the old battled as the frameworks typically you had one way to do things and that was the framework way and if you didn't do it the framework way tough you know you just couldn't get a dead with that that particular tool set uh but with an opinionated approach we ought to solve that eighty to ninety percent use case very easily and yet still if you need to color outside those lines we want to get out of your way and allow you to meet those needs as well so when you talk about things like apache commons or other opensource libraries typically they'll either.

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