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Study: Air Pollution May Reduce Life Expectancy
"Air. Pollution is a greater breadth. Who people's lives around the world than smoking. hiv aids or war. that's out of the university of chicago's energy policy institute. Cnn's anna sterler as more. According to a new report published. Wednesday people are losing nearly two and a half years of their lives. On average in countries where air pollution levels or below standards set by the world health organization. India has the highest levels of air pollution. Globally and residents have an average of nearly six shaved off their lives. According to air quality life index the index calculates years loss based on what the life expectancy would be if a country met clean air guidelines. Set by the who. The top five countries with the highest average number of years lost were india bangladesh nepal pakistan and
"sterler" Discussed on CNN 5 Things
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"sterler" Discussed on Arrowhead Addict: A Kansas City Chiefs Podcast
"There's a smoking gun type of thing right like with the with the ray rice comparing these two things at all. But i'm just saying the ray rice video right. Video comes up. You don't need to wait for the yeah. You don't need to wait for the legal process to take action in this case. All they know is he got arrested. They don't know anything about it. And so a lot of times in these situations and we were talking about like what the chiefs column. That was getting floated around on twitter. And there's no reason for the chiefs. They yes they could go after his contract if they wanted to. But i think frank clark is more who are they gonna sign with even if they got a bunch of money back right like he's more valuable to them right now from a football standpoint if he can play this season and oftentimes these legal things take a while to work their way through the court system and so the nfl sometimes takes the stance like we're going to let the legal process play out. We don't know anything we'll investigate so on and so forth the man can continue to work until a jury or judge has has ruled on the situation and this particular case with frank. Clark see them. He's in a contract year right. So y- that's correct. Isn't it well. he's got he's got two more but essentially it's a contract year because because they match up so yeah if he doesn't play while this year yet your contract here right. Yeah and so the chiefs you're looking at the chiefs. Sunday can be like. Hey let's you know. Let's let try them out there who play 'em doesn't get suspended this season which he may not. It may not be decided this year. Where already in. June right illegal we all know. Legal process moves very swiftly in this country. So who knows what's gonna happen. Charges could be dropped. There's a lot going on you know. He says it's not his isn't that that's funny. That's always the it's not mine. You get caught with the weed in the car. I don't know who's that is. That's online right. you know. Look maybe the guy looks guns. There's nothing wrong with that arena. Circum- z now. Is that his new nickname. I i mean. I don't know that he would want that nickname squibb. What it again. There's a lot of different. There's a lot of different outcomes possible you know. I am and for the record. Look i i don't think unless there's something we just don't know about. I don't think he got suspended. It would be long suspension. I think it would be something minimal but which is why. I don't think you know from talking to people around the situation. I don't think they're overly concerned. But yeah listen you know. You gotta exercised better judgment. I don't care if you're going somebody else your car. Your car carmen. My god it's not. It's not a little six shooter. It's an accidental forgot. This uzi was macaw. Yeah come on now. Like i mean you have to even have turns out. That's one hundred percent the case and it wasn't gone okay. Fine it's still your car. Your responsibility right like at some point. You need to be willing to stand up and say look. It's my responsibility on driving the vehicle. I often the car on you. You've got us lamborghini. Suv hurting. I didn't even know existed. Sterler talking to look. This is just the reality of life..
"sterler" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Gotta get into a host of other issues. That are out there. But before i move further. I've also got a note one other detail in joe mansions thing Joe mansions bill. That essentially takes georgia's legislation makes it national that stacey abrams stacey. Abrams says that she is opposed to georgia's law but she supports joe mansions law. I don't know if she knows that this provision is joe mansions proposal. But it's there joe. Manchin is also embracing georgia's procedure for purging voter rolls. Yeah yes see in georgia. I used to be the elections lawyer. George i i know this procedure in georgia if someone hasn't voted in Three consecutive statewide elections. So let's say that they don't vote for seven years. Basically they haven't voted for seven years The state sends them a letter. And says hey you haven't voted in seven years. Have you moved. are you dead. What's going on and you need to either vote in the next election or we're going to throw or you need to recharge the board of elections and say you still active or we're going to remove you from the roles eight years. After a person's stopped voting the state then gets to remove people from the voter rolls. It takes that long. It's not an immediate thing. The left would have you believe that they know you've got on for no. I'm sorry i'm sorry. Six is three election cycles. Sterler seven years So after three election cycles of no voting that that's on even numbered years not the odd numbered years so six general election cycles for state. Wide races So two thousand two thousand to two thousand four well then after two thousand two thousand two hundred thousand four and two thousand five. You can get a letter from the state if you don't vote in the next election you're going to be removed. And if they don't vote in the next election then they're toast. They're gone they're off the rolls reregister. And for some reason the democrats think that that is an onerous terrible thing that the voter rolls will be cleaned up that way. It takes seven to eight years to get someone off the rolls after they've stopped voting and yet.
"sterler" Discussed on Découvrir les Distilleries du Québec
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"sterler" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast
"Right all right cams. Let's get into it. You said you enjoyed the film as a little bit. You didn't really give me too much from your initial thoughts said just. Talking to a bit more. What did you think? Yeah. So this will be is a really good example of style over substance. When we talked about borne when we talked about gold I when you looked at my notes, I had a lot of notes with Asterix's next to the because it was like ooh. This is a key thematic idea or something the filmmakers trying to get across in this moment that I think is GonNa be really interesting to talk about on the podcast. Let's just say there's not a lot of Asterix's in my notes on this one. Like it really does feel like a Lark like it's just you know Guy Ritchie was just like I just WanNa have fun and I do think that fun translates fairly well I think the movie maybe gets a little bogged down in the in the latter half which we'll talk about later. But ultimately, like I loved the style of this movie and I liked his basically I guess recreation. What seems like nineteen sixties Cologne ads. Like it feels like that's half the movie to be is just these very picturesque scenes actors looking cool in front of like beautiful backdrops and just looking like way better than I will ever be in my life yet the film has a bit of a swank to it. The term we would use that but. It is cool at all times. Throughout, in stone certainly, no Iraqi never reached. I mean Henry Cavill is is a about most male specimens anyway yeah. He really makes us all just look very meek. It's very frustrating but I did enjoy that like there's a real like distance that the two male leads have like they seem a little bit removed from the action almost especially like Henry Cavill just seems to be commenting on everything that's going on playing it so cool. That it's just I mean it's a lot of fun to watch him quip and basically just look at everything with a very deep detached I and so I that sort of tone carries throughout the whole movie and I do think that may be as damaging to win. The movie wants to be exciting because when you have a character constantly basically being detached and above it all it kind of gets in the way of raising actual tension in action. Sequences what I do think it's really fun more. So just to hang out with the characters. Yeah. He does look at the scene where on has character is trying to escape on the boat and Henry Cavill Sterler is just second van eating a sandwich whilst this happens in the background it's funny for a second but the hanging there for awhile you don't care as much I. Don't know that may be my favorite sequence of the entire movie. It was cool. It was. It was spotted I love. But as you say, taking away some of the Gravity of the moment maybe Oh, for sure I mean that whole sequence where yeah..
"sterler" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"Yeah Ha Swimming Lake. We need water. We know we need water. We know we need water. Yeah Okay open about it just like so open and melon bats and either like why did why didn't everybody. Just get up and walk out hearing that because this is how God works wants you to have this. He wants all of you to have this. We talk a lot when they complain about the lack of class consciousness in the United States. How poor American thinks of themselves like temporarily embarrassed millionaire? This really illustrates what that means emotionally. These people don't you would think they would hate like people like in in the fucking seventies like stagflation is hitting and like the economy is in the shitter and they live in the middle of nowhere and like the Japanese economy's eating. Us manufacturing alive and be like out of work and and seeing this person talking about like we just couldn't decide between in the swimming pool lake. You would that would infuriate them. But just like it hasn't hit them yet or has an you know. God hasn't touched them enough yet. So yeah sending the checks in and then this will be their life right. It's a matter of time something else. It's really something else but like you have to understand. How like blatant about it like they're not pretending to live on belives here. Yeah it's awesome. Yeah so this is good for her. Part Tammy Faye seems to have had trouble with with some aspects of the The gigantic griffey nature of all of this. She started taking massive doses of Valium for stress and became horribly addicted to a variety of of of drugs She and Jim both put weight. Because again I think they are losing their souls in becoming monsters And they start taking off that weight with what would become a series of different diet and weight loss programs and they talk about all of this openly on their show their successes and failures and challenges and of course then they're able to like advertise for different like diet programs and stuff and yeah for me. It always works for them so the whole situation could have stayed this way probably forever if there had been capable of even mild amounts of self control but he was not Content was dictated almost entirely by his impulses which is kind of the same thing with Alex Jones today He would regularly announce new initiatives new product lines new new shows on his network live on the air and then like his crew would have to live figure out how to like meet. These things introducing make them work and this was part of the show's charm and dynamism. It was part of why he was successful but it also led to gigantic problems like Jim doubling the size of heritage. Usa were huge amounts of it were still under construction committing to building a five hundred room hotel and a water park in the needing to find more money so jim would flog his viewers mercilessly for more donations as former. Pto security chief. John Hart sterler called. We had a cash office and at times it was certainly more money than I could imagine. People would send US mink coats. Diamond Rings. Deeds. I mean we got all sorts of donations. Okay why oh but this works. It's just the most artless gripped in the world and that's why it works. It's fucking amazing to me. Like l Ron Hubbard to make a fucking religion to get your money and Jim breakers just like no. Send me the fucking house. Another lake to build a hotel next to my lake booking a May need more water but it still wasn't enough. This money wasn't enough. The demands of Baker's new empire were too high and in the Nineteen Eighty S. He started asking his followers to pay a thousand dollars each for lifetime partnerships now these lifetime partnerships would earn them a three night. Stay at the hotel that he built on his land and on the surface. This could be a great idea. You know it's basically a timeshare but they barely get any time there and they pay up on your money but Jim couldn't even abide by like may like this is a this could be a perfectly legal gift. But Jim had to break the law he vastly oversold these partnerships until he wound up with more partnerships than his hotel could possibly host a year. Sixty six thousand of them a five hundred room hotel. We can do the math now. There were other griffiths to. He started offering David and Goliath statues to his viewers. And he would tell them. These were an investment because the statues were like works of art that were worth a thousand dollars each and he sold them for just one hundred twenty five dollars but they were really ten dollar pieces of like poorly crafted metal bullshit. It all works though. He makes a Shitload of money but he is now committing fraud like up to this point. He was really all within the lines of the law. Then writing bad checks and they're never going up like the money wound up being there so it's fine at the push it though. He has crossed a legal line now. And all of this blatant fraud earned. Pt L. The ATTENTION OF THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER. A local newspaper that locked its teeth onto the legs of the baker operation and held on for years. Like they really some fucking world they win a Pulitzer for this like they are they right. I think probably way over a thousand articles by the time. This is all done like they. They tear into Baker and like exhaustively detail every way in which he's breaking the law every shady thing. He's doing a great thing that they do but they didn't catch everything right away and one of the things that they didn't catch when they started reporting on the financial crimes was the fact that Jim Baker committed an even worse crime in December of nineteen eighty. Have you heard about the rape that Jim Baker committed? Yes this is Jessica Hahn Jessica Hahn. Yeah Yeah so Jessica had grown up in the church or in the pentecostal movement. She was twenty one years old in nineteen eighty and for her entire childhood. Basically Jim Bakker had been her. Mr Rogers he was the moral center of her universe. That is the way that she looked at him like he he was he was a the right arm of God to her and she was elated when she got a job as the Church. Secretary which basically seem. She basically was working as the baker's nanny. Right that was a big part of her job. And one December day when Tammy was out of the house conducting telethon Jim Coulter into the office Han later told an interviewer quote. Jim Baker comes up and says forget about the kids. The bodyguards are outside the door he said. Listen to me Jessica when you help the shepherd you help the sheep and he said my wife is having an affair with the choir director and I need you right now to make me feel like a man and I was a virgin and people find that hard to believe when you raised in the church at fourteen on. That was just the way it is now. Baker wasn't alone one of his employees. A guy named John. Fletcher was there to Fletcher offered. Honda drink which had something probably GHB in it And Han didn't pass out but she was in a very altered state when Baker made his move quote so Jim Baker ripped off the bedspread and said you know. My wife doesn't make me feel like a man anymore. And you know when you help. The shepherd helped the sheep and so it hurt like hell and then after that John Fletcher comes in who was the middleman and said you know. You can't just be with Jim Baker. You've got to be with me. He threw me on the floor head back. I had blood coming out of my back and you know he just went nuts on me. Oh my so. This is a horrific. Yes this is a horrific rape this holy shit not just like it's usually portrayed even by candlelight mainstream news today scene ended the interview in a lot of mainstream news. Did a good job of covering this but like a lot of times. They'll say like you know there were allegations that it was nonconsensual. There were allegations that this was a violent drug rape. This is as bad a rape as a as it gets. You know. This is a horrific crime committed by Jim Baker and his Guy John Fletcher. So it's bad. Oh my God yeah now Jessica kept quiet for eight years because how the fuck like God's right hand man is raped you fucking the process. Yeah it's it's rough.
"sterler" Discussed on Improvised Weapons
"A twenty two. I have very high persuasion okay look. Maybe you know something I don't but I've never heard Saillez talk about cooking. I've never heard her cook. I've never seen her cody. What do you mean here? Her cookie like hanging around there. Somewhere 'cause chokes and bottles cooking has a noise but why would you like the Chop Chop Chop in the mix. I get up and the bubble bubble yeah and you would snow that first point. Why would you listen to do you need to Snide duel with chemicals? I don't smell stuff I watch. Are you full yet in in a moment. I'm stuck on this so you have to everything you've to hear everything. I so you like didn't knows I don't have to hear everything I sometimes I could see it. I I just don't have a good sense of smell. Why are you being an asshole about and just ask him? I'm actually doing mm for that's horrible you missing out on Oh sure well. Why don't you just give me a double high five? Oh wait. How does that feel okay another table information? Maybe we should just turn loose among the ranks to dislike lower. You're welcome I found out about safe way to go TASHA. Throw so you all individually get up. Go put your bowls in like the things in the bus station. Yeah you go pick up your ego handing your ticket the Sterler drop off and pick up your car and you hey there were three crystals in here. Where are they gonNA sorry? Sir False stories better find those by the time I get back here for next meal is right here. I was just looking at it with my magnifying yeah. Somebody left their kid in one of the cards hey I have a the stroller so you take the cart and you all sort of individually break off and then reform back in the stream making your way down fan as you walk by especially going down the short fall perfect. That's what I was GONNA say anyway. As you're going down the earthen incline you can see various carts are coming up some of them contain foodstuffs others others contain various supplies like bolts of cloth tools various lengths of wood. Some of them like two by four styles. Some of them like refined into polls and then still other carts have full on weaponry so this is this is a bustling city. I know I keep using being the word bustling a lot but it's definitely the best way to describe behind them. Yes they all have a big metal bustle but this year so you're definitely getting more and more the idea that this place has been active for a long.
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"So that they could hire voice talent to their spiritual life and so that delineation is very to have those grab rule so to speak up front and agreed upon in its its avoided a lot of of a lot of potential conflicts over the stats for sure but I would encourage people to our and it doesn't have to be just a spout the CO founder or part of that. You're starting a business yeah. I think those are taking a few minutes have that which can be a needed conversation if he ever broached that topic defining each other's roles and responsibilities in in general. I was about to say because what you've mentioned you know setting healthy volunteers from the very get goal and you alluded to that as well is that is not not only applicable to the interrelationships like those but <hes> in general of course you know you have a co founder or just in life you know it's important to set those boundaries and give yourself each other that space that is necessary to be uniquely you whereas the same time working as a unit together exactly exactly in <hes> we've found that e. often have roles that will the boundaries may be established as people. We also have to recognize that. We're we're husband and wife were also so that's kind of the you know the the circle of marriage we also employees because we were in the company a n were also shareholders because we're owners of the company and last year we're able to raise capital from a private equity firm a the big global investment bank actually Morgan Stanley and their office in San Francisco in so now we're on an order of directors as well inspired by the lesson here here is recognize with proverbial hats so to speak that you're wearing in which context if I'm having a conversation because because you know as as spend end speaking to a wife than silly refined that we often have practice our conversations fantasy of whatever the topic might be. I'm speaking to you as a husband or speak as a board member or let's have a conversation as colleagues within the business and and work through it that way. I just sets up the context for how the conversation should proceed and sometimes if it's just listening. I just need to listen as my life or she might say I.. He just needs to be my husband for you know for now enlisted this challenge in working through him. I think it's really been hoped for each other to to set the context in it worked through those challenges together. Oh you just giving us so much nuggets right no because I listen to you talk and even know reflecting on some MHM relationships that I have with persons that are part of a team you know team of volunteers that I work with and I'm thinking about the fact it's sometimes it can get so the lines can get so blurry late coma speaking to you as because many of these people they are my friends right and at the same time China there are there are times when I can't speak to them as friends with friend I have to wear the hat of the leader of of this initiative she tiv- and so on any can get a little complex so and there are other relationships relationships that will get even more complex as well so as I listened to you talk I'm reflecting N.. emceeing hall all of that doesn't make sense absolute sense in hillcrest close up thought. I think it's such a service that you're extending to that other party. I- informing them you are when you're speaking to them especially for these cities kind of multidimensional relationships in so you'll appreciate you might think feels a little weirder saying hey. I need to speak to you as a leader of this organization of years by concerns. Here's where here's the next project. If you you don't the default will default can kind of seep into those conversations on time in ever it especially if it's very chummy or friendly relationship people just think you're always a friend and then it seems very context to say that there's there's room for miscommunication so it's our responsibility leaders with organization to be willing to have those those difficult conversations and provide clarity of who you are trying to say in what context and every opportunity. I just wanted to add that. I thought it was it is important yeah where we're headed with this conversation it. It's it's a good place now to to head in the direction of talking about <hes> the mindsets and what what is the kind of mindset that is absolutely necessary in order to succeed you know that kind of mindset what important our Raleigh play in in your life as you develop your business successful people think about their body and their <hes> wellbeing you know a big part of that being in their mind and their <hes> mental fortitude as much as their physical health and their intellect just there you know general business knowledge an industry knowledge that you're developing and there's lots that go into that you know eating well sleeping. Well getting some actress in you know well. All I'm sure many of us on and <hes> listening to the on the on the show you know having had hundred days streaks of of working out every day doing some exercise. I think if you can find what works for you you know I think that's Oh you know good advice. That was given to me your body. What would do what you enjoy doing if you like going for bike rides don't think that you're gonNA <unk> running marathons. It's just it's not really your thing so I think that gives you not only your body is in a position where you can feel a lot better but we do get that time away the think clear. <unk> as well too so certainly encouraging that <hes> but over and above that you know in some ways. I think about alledges is in advance again that is given into the other feel to pass it on his bevere decision. You need to make think about it in this this framework with revert to his ten ten ted AH in so that it's ten minutes ten months ten years again makes it real from think about what the consequences are fight this right now now. Am I gonNA feel in ten minutes. We feel good ten minutes in relieved that I finally made a decision Vaughn ten months from now the ramifications might be starting according to a review of cells ten years now oh boy. I really wish make that initial decision. The exist just had all these long term consequences and so I think that helps crazy grounds in kind of reality people say oh think about the short medium and long term consequences but because it's so subjective to everyone you say ten minutes ten months in ten years from now now enter in the timeframe in which I evaluate every decision good decisions. Asians Hadaka should actually be sustainable over all three of those time periods ten ten ten. You know sometimes you do you make a decision this is John and you feel good boated in ten minutes from now right for the next ten minutes until but then as you rightfully say ten months down the road you begin to feel discomfort in the ramifications of that decision <hes> may not be in the direction that you thought it would have been right and you begin to have regrets and then all of these remorse that you face because you cannot really cannot take what you would have said and what you would have done. You can only decide to do better going forward so really give some thought to the things that were saying that this is John's that we're making that makes absolute sense. No we touched on that particular mindset but we want you to go a little further David into talking about some of the necessary traits for success what is necessary and success as we know it. It's it's determined <hes> by a lot of variables and lots of definitions and depending on the person so we just want to put that caveat right there at success is defined not necessarily bay what you're going to see to me or mylan definition of it dependent on context dependent on the person and so on but regardless of whatever contacts antics were taken it from what are some of those necessary traits <hes> to achieve success what we set out to achieve. I think there's two that come to mind and <hes> the first one being passion find something that you really enjoy doing because you're so much time and energy in this needs to whatever your area area focus needs to be or is pick something where you naturally injured learning reading <hes> stink to other podcasts by <hes> in because you're going you know and if it's you know it's deeper than just business it's you. I really enjoy business. You know whats was product or service on actually going to be often to customers and so sometimes think especially <unk> as entrepreneurs really high-profile devdas kind of a very glamorous job job and it attracts a lot of birding companies because they're just trying to get into being there. Oh boss speak but they don't have any affiliation Russian or affinity with the particular product or service so you need to look consider your your life up until this point in say. What does that come Comington Sterler. What does that thread. That's been leaving everything together and for me it was sound and voice <hes> in music and stuff because our performance in also voican is a singer so you look back and you find these things in his go. How could I packed up together. <hes> as a product or service that might be developed a lot of people there in the world so that would be one thing and then the reality is after that passion cut weedon with theory. Yossi and kind of unpacking talking on the the other thing is is is having resiliency and resilient the ability to bounce attribute circumstances the ability to bounce back or overcome overcome adverse circumstances as we know being an entrepreneur starting companies. They're really no kind of master. Playbook just just like for all the parents <hes> that are listening. You know that you know your verse..
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"Growing realization that abuse of social media by extremists must be countered parallel to the political meeting attended by dozens of leaders is an initiative launched by Macron called tech for good. It brings together eighty tech chiefs to find a way for new technologies to work for the common. Good missing. The summit is Facebook CEO, Jeff Zuckerberg, but just ahead of today's summit Facebook toughened its live streaming policies with its new one strike policy users who break a rule anywhere on the site will be temporarily suspended from streaming Eleanor Beardsley, NPR news Paris. The chairman of the National Transportation Safety board is testifying on. Capitol Hill at this hour, Robert some Walt is facing questions about the status of the troubled Boeing, seven thirty-seven max chat that remains grounded following two. Deadly crashes. Speaking before the house transportation committee somewhat said the agency is doing everything it can to correct. The problem our commitment to the traveling public, and especially to those families affected by these tragic events is to bring all of our experience and expertise in support of the international effort to determine why these accidents occurred and most importantly to ensure that no similar accident like these occurs again, if I'd really Aviation Administration expects bowing to submit as software fix for the seven thirty seven max in the next week. Or so on the Senate side confirmation hearings are underway for President Trump's nominee. Stephen Dixon to be the next head of the FAA. On Wall Street, the Dow was up one hundred forty seven points. This is NPR from K Q E D new. Some Brian watt. Oakland city council woman, Nikki Fortunato bass is calling for an audit of the Alameda County sheriff's office over its treatment of inmates cake. Anna sterler reports. Fast says she's reacting to community groups requests for more transparency and allegations of sleep deprivation and mistreatment of pregnant women county jails between the allegations of misconduct of rowing budget for the sheriff while the jail population.
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"Two point two five percent in the thirty year yield two point eight four percent. That's a Bloomberg business flash. Tom and John Kennedy greats. Can't tell me let's talk about lift shampoo. The losses massive the growth better on it. Bring it meant. They've sing senior technology analyst for Linpac intelligence Montaigne. Let's talk about the losses. Huge a net loss of one point one four billion dollars in the quota launcher than the companies loss for the entire year last year. Why all the if you look at their costs from insurance to sales and marketing to our RND it all. Adds up. And they can't, you know, get that leverage which you need for a company, which is generating over two billion dollar in revenue. And that's the problem with this business model, I think we have highlighted quite a bit that it just doesn't scale because of all these costs and granted they cut a little bit on the sales and marketing side, but that was primarily because of lower subsidies. They're offering now to the riders which I think is going to eventually hurt them on the top line as we go into the second revenue growth. The guidance is pretty decent relative to the projections from analysts coming into the next report you saying that the revenue growth what Mike up for these losses. And if you look at the revenue growth in the first quarter that was ninety five they guided fully at fifty two so they are implying deceleration. And what it tells me they talked on the call about diversifying and expanding their partner ecosystem with Google via Email, and you know, with enterprise customers, but what it tells me? The core. Business is slowing. And I think that's bad news. I want to go Matthey. I am looking on the Bloomberg at lift it a textbook what I call her monarch mean revenue growth two hundred up two hundred percent than up one hundred percent than fifty percent than a thirty. One percent. Can you extrapolate out that that ratio comes down to one hundred fifty thirty fifteen seven and a half. Why not? Well, I mean, some of it is law large numbers. You know, you can't keep growing up there or sent. But I think what's happening with lift in particular is a lot of this growth was generated based on subsidies that they were offering degrees. And now they don't now that they are public and they're either does being scrutinized. They don't have an option they have to take down the subsidies. Did they talk anywhere about the terminal rate of the glide path of revenue growth the question? John sterler. Well, so they think this market will keep growing in excess of thirty thirty five percent. And that's the top line growth should be sustainable in that range. I think that thirty to forty percent range at the end of the day ridesharing is a high growth market. No doubt about it. No one is doubting that that it embed itself into the lives of people more and more people are going to use the service percent, but the market size is small ridesharing as an indus-. Industry is still one hundred billion dollar market. You're not talking about a trillion dollar market here. So let's talk about the pollution is coming from the south side still this is from stay fo the quota was positive as the company progresses towards its long-term goals, and it's active right growth has the potential to outperform expectations over the medium to long-term. What do you say back to that Monday? So they're active writer growth has been steady around thirty five to forty percent this quarter. Drove forty one percent, very I see a problem is a lot of those active writers overlap with Uber. So even though they're active writer bases growing. It overlaps it over in the moment, they take down the subsidies. Guess why he meant I mean? I know you've got the chauffeured thing going, and I'm in the Sikorsky, but everybody overlaps every day with lifter Uber. Uber services so bad that we go to lift if we can't get lift we go to where we go to June. I mean, the micro economics of this is interesting. John sell sign Mr. is. Over at Wedbush neutral, sixty seven target. Let's retarget Credit Suisse ninety-five JP Morgan Eighty-six. Jeffries, ninety Ives is an outlier neutral, even steal seventy Canaccord Genuity seventy everybody's all over the place. They was trying to work out the Vanni with this business. And I think we have to go back to the and how it was priced mandate. It was just priced really really badly. And this ahead of the peo- this week. Deserve from the lessons of lift is big lesson to learn from that I think so this is a ridesharing has a business should never be trading at eight to ten times sales. That's the mistake that lift made in pricing their IPO, you know, driving it to the high end of the range pricing it to perfection, and what Uber has done is. I think at least learn the lesson in terms of pricing. It's IPO around six to seven times sales, which looks reasonable given its scale and platform, and I really think this business would not have the kind of EBITDA margin of a typical tech company. Mente credit can't show six city of technology analyst full Bloomberg intelligence on the latest from lift with that stoke negative in the pre market ahead of the pricing of Yuba on Thursday and the debut trading day on Friday could be very very interesting. Trae talk for you make on Thursday and the tariff set to kick on Friday, if we don't make much progress in those talks, let's get. You some Wednesday price action, shall we? Loa off the lows that was Tom points out without twelve points off by full tenths.
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"Anna sterler reports the coast guard has had a rescue three kite surfers from the bay over the past two weeks, Lieutenant at ECOMOG onus recommends taking a VHF radio and checking weather conditions ahead of time. San Francisco in general is such a great place to go. Kite surfing was very tragic for not only experienced, but new people getting into kite surfing, statistically, we're gonna have a number of those who were going to be. A need of some sort of help. Whether that's by other Mariners or rescued by the coast guard gona says it is a good idea to label all water sports equipment. So it can be returned found and so- rescuers. Don't think anyone is lost at sea. I'm K Q. E D news more at news dot ORG. I'm Brian watt. Support comes from Oakland international airport with nonstop flights to six European capitals. Including Paris Copenhagen in Rome. Support for NPR today comes from constant contact who's marketing advisors worked directly with small businesses for monthly marketing guidance personalized support and Email campaign optimisation. Learn more at constant contact dot com. And by the listeners of. A nice day for the bay area today with sunny skies expected throughout and continued a warming temperatures we'll have highs from the low sixties to the low eighties and the warming trend will continue through tomorrow before it starts to cool off through the weekend. The possibility of rain coming Sunday at the time is now Teno six. Welcome to forum a Michael Krasny. Lawyers began presenting opening arguments in the ghost ship fire criminal trial in downtown Oakland on Tuesday and defendants. Derek Amena and max Harris are on trial for thirty six counts of involuntary manslaughter stemming from a two thousand sixteen fire at the gauche if warehouse in a legally converted artists collective and residents in Oakland families wept as the names of the thirty six victims were read the defense blamed arsonist for the fire. And here's hill. Minus attorney Tony Serra outside the courtroom yesterday. We strongly believe it was arson. You know, we have witnesses to support that. And I told them that there was. You know, one witness close by her packing shown.
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"This is special coverage of the mullahs report from here. Now, an NPR news. I'm Robin young. Jeremy Hobson attorney general William bar released. The report to congress this morning before the release bar told reporters the special counsel's investigation found no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian efforts to interfere with the two thousand sixteen election are also said Muller investigated, whether the president of struck the investigation, but did not make prosecutorial judgment on that question. Trump's response in a tweet, no collusion. Nope. -struction? And there's a lot to digest report that's hundreds of pages long heavily redacted. But we're reading it as our NPR's reporters. We'll get reaction from the White House and congress and also talk about what this means going forward. It is all coming up on the special coverage of the release of the mullahs report from NPR news. News is first. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone. Congress said the public are now seeing redacted version of special counsel Robert Muller's report on Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election at four hundred forty eight pages long attorney general William Barr told reporters at a news conference morning. The bottom line is there was no collusion between President Trump the Trump campaign or indeed any American and Russia to interfere with the two thousand sixteen election. NPR's Justice reporter Ryan Lucas has been reading through the redacted report. He joins us live. Ryan we're wondering with the reductions for grand jury investigations investigative method and ongoing increase and prefer third parties. How much of this report actually is available? Well, attorney general William bar said before it's released that it would be lightly redacted, and I think that that actually bears out in what we have seen today. They're certainly are large chunks of it that are blacked out. A lot of those in. Just kind of a quick Peru's of what those various reasons are it seems that ongoing investigations is probably the biggest reason that stuff is blacked out. But again, there is a lot of material in here that we can feast our is upon read for ourselves and come to our own conclusions about what it is that special counsel, Robert Muller and his team of investigators found attorney general bar said that Robert Muller specifically said he'd made no determination of criminal obstruction of Justice by the president during the probe the final determination was left to the attorney general. He said who concluded that despite clear expressions of anger and frustration by the president know behavior could be characterized as obstruction? What are you seeing? Well, a couple of things one. There's no clear indication that Muller was leaving the decision on obstruction to bar Muller. Just himself did not make a conclusion on that. Bart. Took that decision and said, I'm going to actually make that call along with deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, what the report itself says that the investigation. Found multiple acts by the president that could exert undue influence over law enforcement investigations. It said though that the president's efforts to influence these investigations were mostly unsuccessful in largely because people who surrounded the president declined to carry out his orders Russian attempts to interfere with our elections. Settled fact, so what else is there to know? Well, this is a very large report as you said, this is more than four hundred pages half of it deals with Russian efforts to to interfere in the election. It gets into the disinflation campaign that they waged the hacking what WikiLeaks did. And then all of these contacts between members associates of the Trump campaign and Russia there lots of details here that we have not seen before. But again, there's like one hundred pages on that subject alone, these various contacts, and it's something that we're going to have to dig into over the next several hours. Thanks very much. NPR's Justice reporter Ryan Lucas. This is NPR news. From gay news. I'm Brian watt. San Francisco supervisors are set to review how the city's police department review reveals personal information about cases cake and sterler reports. The review comes after the high profile death of public defender. Jeff Adachi he died in February at the age of fifty nine after cocaine use exacerbated pre-existing heart condition. SF PD was criticized for allegedly leaking sensitive details about Adachi passing including photographs of the apartment where he died c professor Shimon Walton a different thing. He does about his death were released maliciously unnecessarily cause deaf is one thing. But outside of that someone who's done so much for all of us him and his family should be allowed to rest in peace. The supervisors will also review how stations release mugshots on social media. An SAP spokeswoman declined to comment. I'm Anna sterler KiKi. Dee news. A San Rafael school district is in the market for a new name Dixie school district. Trustees voted to get rid of the name this week to the relief of those who argue the name honors the confederacy cake. Julia McEvoy reports the board is forming an advise. Serie committee of eleven members that include parents, non parents staff and one alum they'll pick three to five new names for the board to vote on this summer board trustee Marnie Glickman who fought for the name change says it's an opportunity to come together for students. We can teach them about being compassionate and making amends and there's a tremendous amount of excitement. What's the best?.
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"We'll discuss the controversy and the split among Democrats over the upcoming vote on a house resolution that would condemn antisemitism, then at ten thirty NPR White House. Correspondent Scott Horsely joins us in the studio. He was in Vietnam for President Trump summit with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN, and we'll talk with him about the failure of the nuclear talks and reports that North Korea is already rebuilding a dismantled missile launch site. And we'll catch up on other news from the White House. It's coming up after the news. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. New questions are emerging about whether the president's former lawyer Michael Cohen lied to congress again last week. Oh and said he would not accept a pardon from his former boss if it was offered Coen's attorney. Lanny Davis says it was true then and it's true today. But as NPR's Ryan, Lucas reports Davis says there was discussion of a pardon between President Trump's an Coen's attorneys earlier when his client was part of a joint defense agreement linked to the rush investigation or Lanny Davis is Cohen's current lawyer. And spokesman Davis says that before Cohen decided to cooperate with prosecutors in the summer of two thousand eighteen Cohen was open to what Davis calls the ongoing dangling of a possible pardon by Trump representatives behind closed doors and in the media Davis says Cohen directed his lawyer at the time that's a man by the name of Stephen Ryan to explore the possibilities of a pardon with Trump's attorneys, including Rudy Giuliani NPR's Ryan Lucas Coen's three year prison sentence for offenses, including lying to congress. Earlier starts in the spring. Meanwhile. Well, it is sentencing day for another central figure in the special counsels Russia investigation, Paul Manafort, President Trump's former campaign chairman is facing the possibility of up to twenty four years in prison when he is sentenced in federal court in Virginia today for tax and Bank fraud new legislation in Russia will make it illegal to post online. Comments said insult the government. Here's NPR's Lucian, Kim, the State Duma Russia's lower house of parliament overwhelmingly passed a law that will punish people for online comments offending public morality or showing a clear lack of respect for the authorities. First time offenders can be fined up to fifteen hundred dollars for insulting government agencies Russian society or state symbols the Russian government, of course, will be the arbiter of what is acceptable content. The Kremlin has been cracking down on all forms of dissent, and is tightening control of the internet. The Bill now goes to the upper house and then to President Vladimir Putin's desk for signing. Lucian Kim NPR news Moscow. In West Palm Beach, Florida. Former police officer has been convicted in the shooting death of a black motorist in two thousand fifteen NPR's. Greg Allen reports it's the first time in thirty years at an on duty officer in Florida has been convicted in a police shooting. Corey Jones musician was on his way home from a nightclub in October of two thousand fifteen when his car broke down Palm Beach gardens officer Newman Raja dressed in plainclothes. Wielders unmarked van the wrong way down an exit ramp stopping just feet away from Jones's vehicle, meanwhile, jumped on the phone with roadside assistance, a recording of that phone call introduces evidence, the trial never shows Raja identified himself as a police officer in the recording Jones is heard telling Raja I'm good using an expletive Roger tells him to get his hands up and two seconds later begins shooting. Prosecutors said Jones Rams car and Russia fired three more shots killing him. A jury found the former officer guilty of manslaughter, and I agree attempted murder while Zhifei sentence of twenty five years to life. Greg Allen NPR news. This is NPR from. News. I'm Brian watt. San Francisco supervisor Asha Safai is introducing a new version of his proposal to ban new employees cafeterias last year, the planning commission rejected his proposal to bar. The cafeteria is often found in tech companies. Supporters said it would protect local businesses. Critics said it was an unneeded crackdown on the tech industry today. Suffice proposing a watered down version instead of a ban the companies would need to apply for a permit that proves there. Cafeterias don't hurt. Existing small businesses in the area. State. Emergency officials say they are expecting fewer homes damaged from last week's flooding than initially expected. But as Anna sterler reports that comes with some consequences. State officials are going door to door and snowman lake counties assessing homes for water damage, so far they're finding fewer than expected. But it's a double edged sword. That's Brian May a public. Formation officer for California's office of emergency services, because yes, it's we're hopeful that the number of homes damaged is less than what we initially thought on the other hand, you know, to get federal declarations of of emergency that requires higher numbers officials had said as many as twenty six hundred homes were likely damaged after the Russian river spilled over its banks may says once they have the final tally state officials will have to decide whether to apply for federal aid. I'm Anna sterler news at this hour. This Anoma county board of supervisors is holding a special meeting to discuss the flooding..
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"I'm Brian watt. Forty thousand PG customers in the bay area are without electricity. Several north bay school districts have cancelled classes close to eighty flights at SFO had been grounded all because of a strong storm slamming the region with heavy rain and strong winds. Here's Dan Brekke. Things are a mess. I mean, they're roads closed all over the place. We're having a report of mudslides in the north bay and sausalito, so we're going to see a lot more of this through the day. San Francisco state lost power this morning at one point. It said it was closing but minutes ago, the university said the power has been restored. And its campuses are open the Bart board of directors is expected to vote this morning on whether to name the street in front of fruitvale station after Oscar grant hickeys Anna sterler reports it's been ten years since the Bart police officer shot and killed unarmed. Oscar grant at the fruitvale Bart station. The high profile shootings set off protests and demonstrations, the officer involved would serve a prison sentence. Now. Bart is voting whether to honor grant with a street in front of the station also plans to unveil a mural to grant in March. I had no Mark in ten years. That's one to Johnson grandmother Johnson says she only enters a Bart station once a year for her sons vigil, but she's glad that her son is being remembered, including on a mural nearby his name on the street and his face on the wall gives me great joy and a sense of retribution. The mural is expected to be unveiled on March twenty.