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Tapia's Tiebreaking Single in 10th Sends Rockies Over Braves

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

Tapia's Tiebreaking Single in 10th Sends Rockies Over Braves

"Raimel Tapia furnished an RBI single in the tenth inning to give the Rockies a three two win over the Braves tapi is slated cuts the Braves lead in the NL east at three and a half games over the Phillies it was a tough night at the plate for Braves manager Brian Snitker steam we had a lot of situations head guys up that we want yeah was you know a lot of situations in our favor I thought just couldn't get a big hit the rocky scored twice in the fifth on Antonio Santa telus bunt single and Charlie Blackmon's bases loaded walk Eddie Rosario tied it in the bottom of the fifth with a solo shot Rosario drove in both Atlanta runs sends a tele allowed two runs and seven hits with no walks and seven strikeouts in six innings I'm Dave Ferrie

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Alexa Integration with TELUS Optik TV

Voice in Canada

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Alexa Integration with TELUS Optik TV

"Terry here with your flash briefing for Wednesday. And today I've got some news about an integration between Lexi and tell us so if you subscribe to took us optic TV, there is now a built-in integration. So let me tell you about this now. I don't have tell us so I can't test this out personally. If any of you have tested this out, then I'd loved your feedback again as usual. Just hit me up on Twitter at dr. Terry Fisher. Here's the report. So apparently as of September 9th tells us launched Alexi integration, including the video skilled wage it and a smart home skill. And so that allows those people to control their Telus Optik TV by Voice via their Echo device. So as you would expect you can search for shows you can control your TV volume you can change channels and this is all done through Lexi.

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"telus" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"telus" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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"telus" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"telus" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Goes where wounds and soldered phones of sudden and go and hello through a cemetery at midnight and say go head was on fire discounting ahead another you know what to tell them to as a keep a cool head on your shoulders to and run like crazy and I have friends and get ready to try a new kind of inner sanctum story it's called the meta profit and it's an original radio play by Milton competent from a tombstone there is a lot of stuff and I do that glamorous Hollywood movies die when the battery will play the role of Claudia day all right on the floor and give you a flex room to create let's hear Claudia telus system early in her own way exactly midnight I saw him for the first time my headlights picked him up when he hailed me along a lonely stretch of road near mile I wouldn't stop the storm was so fierce I do thank you calling for a low cost on to let you know tombstone hello in the cemetery yes please launch I don't nothing in the reflection of the dashboard light I saw his face for the first time sunken eyes hello she in the creative group covered quite used to having the highest I don't think we've met I know you are you sure yes I would never forget someone so beautiful Claudia Dale you're married to Howard down I don't seem to be I know quite a lot about you your first husband was willing thanks died eight years ago as suicide you know the Cavaliers how do you know so much about hi because you have some such rubbish it is not coming from it is the world's I thank the faster the second I choose to when you clear the known Ron two dollars find his body on the floor in a piano in the living room when you get home a couple as it happens is this is where I wish to go good life in thank you kind of stick to the shadows on the side of the road and then I noticed.

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"telus" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"telus" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"In a dog down is going to see a dog out of yeah three some nine makes the second gladly look at telus cleans he let me say baby with me to free my every day in a week one of three three hi but make their debut looking for three to which street you know make you get old I had given up the fourth yeah I don't care much for the help and what to him yeah the people please don't take my chips you Monday what could be a good thing yeah three I need to we ninety two three alleys New Hope for hip hop urging you to stay home saving lives starts with you all righty man I want to bring one of our friends we don't contact Johnny D. man Johnny D. works wait what are companies out of Chicago man Johnny corona virus we're going to talk about it bro you you good to come back and talk with us yes yes Sir all righty may yet stick around our radios big boy's neighborhood.

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"telus" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"telus" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Of virus clean water dependable drinking water clean water and wastewater infrastructure are critical in the effort to limit the spread of the corona virus broadband telemedicine teleworking telus going so there you there you have it sewage systems water systems for cities how long is she planning for this to be shut down has there been anybody out there in America he said all my god we have bad water nobody said that it we have every right to say it and also because they shut down our water for a few days about a year ago but nobody's talking about that Nancy in the community clinic sure we have those in place already has most communities in our country yes we do we have many networks of these hospital district clinics all kinds of clinics can't win when she talks about broadband she's talking about broadband service for way out in the Boondocks well I'm just curious this is and stuff that you can snap your fingers and have done how long does she expect this virus to have the economy down because all of that stuff let's say we pass it this virus is going to be we're going to be on the other side of this we are for we even started thinking about implementing any of this yet we're on the hook for it yes exactly this will be in the rear view mirror Nancy Nancy Nancy it's just an expansion of government that's all it is that she wants more government everybody's lives well it'll be just like the shovel ready projects in two thousand and nine they were not shovel ready most of them never happened the money disappeared into a black hole it was a complete waste of nine hundred how much was it nine hundred billion yeah it was just a huge amount of money he's and they finally admitted no we actually didn't have any shovel ready projects all right five.

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"telus" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"telus" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Telus dot com forty WHAS the next week said the goose was golden and Jack let's start with what the day was like before you as best you could remember I mean I don't guess anybody thinks they're going to have quite that big a night on that big stage but did with the match up with do did you see anything covered we thought it could be a really good night for you well com thanks for having me on I I tried to approach the game as I would any other game I I know that I was as confident going into that game as the head band certainly any game and that incredible I turn up to that point guide I felt we had the best team I R. I knew we were well prepared a new teams I had to kind of figure out what we were going to do as opposed to us trying to figure out what other teams are going to come with whether they come with anything new against it so all the all the factors lead them to that game led to me but I'm very confident about what the outcome of the game would be not so much that that I would have a big game but I was just pretty confident that we would find a way to win that one was there anything that coach call talk to you guys about in your preparation that he could foresee exploiting Duke's zone the way that you guys did not really that I can remember I I just I I I think I knew Duke was concerned with our our big guys they were concerned with Roby and Phillips on the inside I knew that we had a bunch of guys who can shoot the basketball so they had to be concerned with Mason and Jay Schadler coming off the bench Truman because what she do that so I thought they had a they had a lot of things that had to be concerned with trying to figure out how to stop but and you know you always expect teams to make adjustments during the game until we we did when we had to for instance of Florida state game which was our first came up by that turn around we didn't play well some of us some of us didn't play well and and coach all had to make some adjustments at halftime which he did but they're never made any adjustments in their zone we kind of figured out about some of the open places then it was just very fortunate for me that all of the spots that they were can a week and a three three defense work of parts that were that were designed for me and all of our offense is so no we started going through that pretty much exclusively the last seven or eight minutes of the first half and there were plenty of shops for me there we we said at half time let's continue what we're doing and then once they make adjustments we would we would counter with whatever we had to do they never made an adjustment and those shots continued to be there so we can run an offense is that allow me to take the shot that I took all year double Jack givens on the don Franklin auto countdown to tipoff show Kentucky Duke from nineteen seventy eight coming up here in just a bit here in the UK sports network you brought Florida state game let's talk a bit about that because it was a silly bold move by coach hall I just looked up the box score you guys were down seven at halftime down in naxal in the first game of the tournament the Florida state as the the number one team in the country and at halftime Joe benches three of the starters to begin the second half down seven can you remember what the feeling was like in that locker room and and were you guys fearful of losing are you confident you're gonna come back well you know the thing is we were down seven but we probably it could have been down seventeen I mean it's one of those games where you had them out interesting well you know I think Kentucky needs to feel good that they're down only seven you know I don't know if any announcer said that but that was probably one of the lines that at half time we could've been down more I wasn't concerned I would certainly want to be as concerned as coach all was about the outcome of the game I thought we would ultimately do what happened and that is one big game but I probably have to say coach all day it worked had it not work he probably would've left Knoxville and gone on to Florida because he would probably have been fired after that game we would have but I just said I'm going to Florida I think he did say that have we lost the game but you know the fact is I think is that what we had had guys off the bench perform all year I mean it was it was it was not a surprise that Fred calendar Wayne Casey lavon Williams I think it was those three guys who started in place of myself my god and Truman Hey don't guys have performed all year I mean we were we were very very deep clean so while it looked as though cultural with Mike in a pretty bold move and he did I have to give it to all be dead those guys were proven those guys have played a key role all year and I don't think he would have made that move if you didn't think it would work but I but yeah you have to give coach a lot of credit for been bad bolder and make and that kind of move to don Franklin on a countdown to tipoff show leading into the seventy eight Kentucky Duke replay and will continue with the goose in just a moment here in.

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"telus" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"telus" Discussed on KTOK

"Free shipping on everything call eight hundred by dell or visit telus dot com slash semi annual sale that's eight hundred by dal the day temperatures in the upper seventies to around eighty degrees very warm and and comes that warm temperature on Friday highs of just the upper forties to around fifty degrees plenty of rain pretty much all day long scattered showers of the weekend and in a chance of some more active thunderstorms toward the middle portion of next week the forward storm team meteorologist Aaron Brackett you can hear Katie okay online with the I heart radio sponsored by Travis Watkins tax for empire S. problems no problem call or text four five one three four two zero Laura what constructs firm dot com young people everywhere are making a difference has changed my life what I'm doing is for a great high and it's not about just no broadcasting live from the underground command post from the files of a hidden somewhere under the brick and steel over nondescript building we once again make contact without a leader the end hello mark living here are number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one it's amazing the president's getting all kinds of unsolicited advice from all kinds of people including people who hate his guts and I've never supported him trying to tell him that the smart things to do that he needs to step.

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"telus" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"telus" Discussed on KTOK

"Electronics and free shipping on everything call eight hundred by dell or visit telus dot com slash semi annual sale that's eight hundred by dal here's the thing about new cherry vanilla coke though cherries named first all the flavors tastes just as great I mean it could have just as easily been vanilla cherry coke or it could have been coke cherry vanilla and sentenced to amazing flavors of coke it might have been cold vanilla cherry coke or cherry vanilla coke coke unless you're in France which would make it a cocktail of an island damage any Democrat New Jersey vanilla coke so good together and your cherry vanilla coke zero sugar same great taste zero sugar Hey time now for the rally update message of the day Bernie Sanders verses the media corporations Bernie is really up against it now after the super Tuesday vote which went Joe Biden's way generally speaking Bernie Sanders carrying his home state of Vermont Colorado Utah and California but Biden sweeping all the other states and many pundits were surprised it wasn't anything Joe Biden actually did that helped him garner the vote it was the point of view of the media corporations now let me explain you know that Bernie Sanders has demonized corporate America he feels that big companies are evil don't pay their fair share are exploiting the workers and on and on and on and on well ninety percent of the national news flow in America is controlled by corporations Disney owns ABC news Viacom CBS news Comcast NBC news eighteen T. CNN the Associated Press run by the Hearst corporation Washington post Amazon's Jeff Bezos owns that Wall Street journal fox news are owned by News Corporation all of those corporations do not like Bernie Sanders for a very simple reason the people who run them often get paid in stock their fortunes are built on paper and they can sell a stock when they want but if the stock price keeps going up so does their wealth it Bernie Sanders is ever elected president the stock market will tank you saw with the corona virus is done to the market that's a pin **** to what Bernie Sanders would do so all of the corporate moguls would lose a bloody fortune should Bernie Sanders get elected therefore they make it clearer to their lieutenants and this is called top down strategies that Bernie Sanders can't win who is the alternative Joe Biden let me give you very specific example M. S. N. B. C. is the most liberal television news agency in history no one has ever come close to promoting left wing causes like M. S. N. B. C. does every day all day yes M. S. N. B. C. has not gotten behind Bernie Sanders it doesn't make any sense Sanders is by far the most liberal candidate yet the NBC people do not boost him they are in the Biden camp that is because they know those people on television that their bosses don't want Bernie Sanders therefore Sanders is not only running now against Joe Biden he's running against corporate America which controls ninety percent of the news flow so it will be almost impossible for old Bernie to win and his supporters are not going to be happy when the democratic convention rolls around in July to see Joe Biden on stage one Cavite Biden is shaky so Bernie will stay in the see what happens I'm bill Riley and I approve that message by actually writing it for more news analysis please visit bill o'reilly dot com where you will get the real story.

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"telus" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"telus" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"And seventy three significantly younger than the two people at the top of the polls Bloomberg and Sanders listening mazing if you can do listen if you can do the job you have my respect is fine some older folks are extremely sharp but that's just astonishing that is that is that telus Razi bad sore you guys up there seventy seven or older good there's positive showing his smile lights up there are you sure doing well there are many things that I was so thrilled to be done with when I I finished high school era of my wife Friday you know you're you're generalize I guess the school year because there was some college that I kind of attended hold your shots homework you know never gonna have to deal with homework again right you know I want you to have kids and it's exactly the same thing that's what I've found the lunchroom social dynamics right those things one thing that I thought I was going to be done with by the time I hit twenty what was pimples and I am shocked at how like I got one this morning on my forearm every now and then just get like a random talk about is an infection Jack vomiting yesterday no this can we just hi tia mine to grow up tia mine does it ever stop where the introducing everyone on the squad segment it's over it it's over you know my favorite thing was of getting out of college and during the time I remember thinking I can't wait and I was right they get to read whatever I want all through high school college and he's always giving you something to read half of all your reading time I'm Jack Armstrong he's Joe Getty on this how did it get to be Thursday February twentieth the year twenty twenty we Armstrong eight to twenty twenty the eerie to twenty twenty today I'm showing you getting we approve of this program all right let's begin the officially now courting the FCC rules and regulations bring out the brick bats at mark mayor Bloomberg that he was the first time up on the stage on the debate stage with this group how will he respond they tore the skin off him I thought was a very bad night for him he's probably doubling the salaries of the staff who want to go into the spin room because I wouldn't want to go in there and defend him after the night that he had listen this was a disaster for Bloomberg Bloomberg's best moments were probably but he was quiet I hear.

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"telus" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"telus" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"And IBM I mean obviously a value stock when it comes to tech what we got on IBM what is what is at telus yeah they had pretty good revenue growth to you know does slight gain year over year quarter over quarter pretty strong the stock itself is if you compare to other tech companies has done nothing right I mean over the last nine years been kind of in a side ways the downward trend and so we haven't seen any movement there well I think the headlines are trying to fluff it up okay can I can I expand on that yeah okay earnings per share went from four seventy one for twenty nine so they were down forty six forty two sets in okay from the starting point that's a nine percent decline in earnings per share but then they tried to put a spin on it here Bloomberg sales were twenty one point eight billion in the quarter sounds good up almost two point one percent point almost up almost point one percent in profits went down so I would say not yet there either well they spent what thirty four billion to acquire red hat in so you know when acquisitions work it's great when they don't work you get you get a drag on all those numbers right well red hat I don't get it that's one of the things I don't understand like why was red hat so good and it seemed like overpriced tech company that they paid more for than they should have because you know it's not like a brand name like a Cisco really understands adobe PDF right Cisco routers the navy said Hey I'd like some red hat people go you're a trump supporter okay it is that's dangerous and Starbucks okay you could you could get injured for that all right okay so net Flix let's look at the numbers for Netflix right I'm not trusting Bloomberg headlines anymore okay okay for several reasons the yeah anyway weather had a red hat or not I wouldn't trust all of Bloomberg's headlines because it tends to distort let's look at the actual value of the company the revenue and Netflix this looks pretty good to me yeah the revenue number was great year over year up to billion yeah that's it when extra one point three one point two billion in sales from the base of four point two that's thirty percent gain I like it significant increase in their income yet still treating it sixty times forward earnings that's well but earnings per share went from thirty cents to a Buck thirty so it's growing fast yeah does it go fast enough to justify sixty times earnings here's my answer to that if Disney is gonna eat their lunch because Wilson a Wilder their their app subscribers already right every day we were watching something on the on the at the okay so that cuts into net Flix grows then it might be over priced to here okay so sometimes investing is good say I don't know about that now what we're going to cover in the second half of the program we will cover what we know is a relative bargain in two specific areas to specific asset classes what we're doing there why and and what the plan is going forward all right so Johnson and Johnson see the headline is fourth quarter sales miss analysts are okay we'll miss that someone that all right then we go to revenue Johnson Johnson added four hundred million of revenue about two percent yeah earnings per share bam that's the impact of the opioid right also would get sent out for the for the lawsuits okay that's another one I'm getting mixed consumer stable I'm gonna get a I'm starting to beware of the index because I'm not getting like a resounding bye bye bye you know when when we go through the earnings report and when you look at some of these on the overall index eutectic makes up a bigger proportion of the index was really feeling the the rise still correct yes the engine and that some point that's like nineteen ninety nine and now the banks came in they did pretty well yeah UBS not so good it says they miss their targets but that's a okay sub banks generally good we covered Wells Fargo last week not good and repo madness we've been covering it crisis averted Alex what's the repo market and what the fed have to do and what would fix it server a repo market is this to make it simple you have excess reserves I have excess treasuries but I need reserves we go the repo market you by my treasuries for me give me cash and then I re purchase those the next day that sounds like that's a repo that sounds like I'm trying to hide leverage that's the important thing for investors this is hidden leverage and why do they want to hide it well I think this is my theory on this is that you had excess reserves instead of keeping the excess reserves you it much treasuries too yeah pushing prices up figuring that the lack of liquidity would push the federal reserve to come by your treasuries at a premium that would be called QB for instead the fed said no we're just gonna go in the repo market and will buy your treasury for you and we'll do it at two hundred and fifty two hundred sixty billion dollars at a clip and provide that liquidity so this is cute for kind of all right but I would say so they say it's not because they're not actually buy a coupon there by bills instead but okay same effect rather adding liquidity in the marketplace I said this last month that I figure that twenty twenty is going to be really an interesting look into where where is the fed's balance sheet go and how does that affect markets okay so I'm drawing a couple conclusions here yeah okay indexes with their earnings so far we're not getting enough growth to just buy the multiples at least from what we went through there okay now there's a huge expectation of profit growth which it hasn't come true so far in the reports that we saw that's a danger to the equity indexes so the first thing I want to do is build safety gradually this year okay uhhuh build safety gradually I also want to be an asset classes that meet my forward return target right yeah if I pay sixty times earnings and growth slows of overpaid price gonna come down may likely right that's correct okay so I want to build some safety especially by taking the top off of things were the results aren't as good and I want to look at areas that are still under valued or became under valued in the past five years we also want to think about this right so the victim ten you said some liquidity you have flat earnings so you're not getting any growth there what they're really gonna try to do is make sure that you have inflation inflation okay so let's triangulated we're gonna talk about the inflation strategy what's a bargain what's already had a bear market cycle how do we gradually raise safety and how do we build a yield that meets our return target all that coming up in the.

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Wildfire disaster worsens as Australian Navy rescues evacuees stranded on a beach

Pacifica Evening News

05:54 min | 1 year ago

Wildfire disaster worsens as Australian Navy rescues evacuees stranded on a beach

"It's Saturday in Australia in the country was bracing for a furnace blast if he wins and raging wildfires in apocalyptic conditions deputy fire commissioner rob Rogers for the state of New South Wales said firefighters were under no illusion they would be able to halt the spread of the bush fires they were just hoping no more lives would be lost we're unfortunately very likely we will lose times tomorrow but will be very happy in local XSS if there's no lives lost that is S. single focus tomorrow latest news is two more people did die in the fires more than two hundred fires are burning and warnings of extreme danger to come prompted mass evacuations of tens of thousands of people in what may have been the largest such evacuation in Australian history the climate field wild fires are unprecedented traffic was gridlocked as people fled firefighters escorted convoys any evacuees's fires threaten to close roads navy ships were called in to pluck hundreds of people stranded on beaches the prime minister of Victoria declared a disaster across much of the eastern part of the state allowing the government to order evacuations in an area with as many as one hundred forty thousand permanent residence and tens of thousands more vacationers New South Wales declared a fire emergency Arthur Stevens a feature story news has more on the evacuations the evacuation of the communities and surrounds in the south of New South Wales and they know the studies to Victoria continues with potentially up to sixty thousand people like to be moved out the evacuations come as prime minister Scott Morrison who's a Tory devastated areas was jeered and tries out of cannot go with locals telling him he should be ashamed of himself after leaving the country to burn while she went on a Christmas holiday in Hawaii on Friday local firefighters were joined by thirty nine others and to lay eyes on officers from the U. S. one of the sixty one for the US the dead from Canada should be on the fire ground next week other Stevens Melbourne this week at least four hundred forty five homes were destroyed on the New South Wales southern coast and dozens of burned in Victoria ten deaths were confirmed in the two states this week Victoria authorities also said twenty eight people were missing fires also burning in Western Australia South Australia and Tasmania the navy evacuated about a thousand people from Malibu tell a coastal town in Victoria cut off for days by fires that forced as many as four thousand residents and tourists to shelter on beaches landing craft ferry people to a ship offshore evacuees waiting to board the ship to strive Smokin embers flying everywhere when the fires were at their worst prime minister Scott Morrison cut short a visit to co Bargo in New South Wales when locals yelled at him called him an idiot a scumbag and worse and criticized him for the lack of equipment to deal with the fires in town Morrison said he understood the anger of people affected by the fires Leslie to do was to provide the support of the calm of government and to assure them of of everything we are doing to support them in this time of night whether it's three direct assistance payments or whether it's the work of the strand defense force were getting in behind the emergency services if it here flying in fuel flying in supplies in an interview late in the day with the Australian broadcasting corporation Morrison was defensive about his handling of the crisis he did not I did you dig nor the warnings of fire chief said Australia was heading into a catastrophic fire season the prime minister repeatedly has asserted the fires are a natural disaster not the result of climate change experts though say global warming caused by burning fossil fuels has exacerbated the unprecedented wildfires in Australia and elsewhere around the world like California seven marks a feature story news spoke with the fire science professor who said eight thousand kilometer area of the Australian east coast about six hundred twenty miles a roughly the distance from you Rico telus Angelus likely will be affected this weekend the Australian prime minister Scott Morrison was forced out of one devastated town where residents of furious over his government's response the situation is beyond unprecedented wave sort of entering of scenarios that you couldn't Graeme out there if you want to tell you fire science professor David Bowman from the university of Tasmania the next activation but the weather conditions are going to deteriorate was this trial it will be impacted because then substrate has mine yeah and then the eastern part of the Korean something because you suck wiles expecting conditions possibly eclipsing what happened earlier this week it's going to be basically old huge thousand Cologne bottle on a full and that's gonna be driving up the age because and who knows what's going to get taken out by that smoke from the fires has now reached the shores of new Zealand's twelve hundred miles away I think yellow hazes descended on glaciers in the country's self island a popular tourist destination for No Way in Australasia is the crisis going to be resolved soon with FSN spotlight I'm Simon marks a Sydney university ecologist told the Sydney morning Herald that nearly five hundred million birds reptiles and mammals are likely to have perished in the state of New South Wales a lone frog bats and insects are excluded from his estimate making the toll on animals much

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"telus" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"telus" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"One rare dealing with rare diseases of children mass insight deals with education Big Brother big sister is going to start off with Jen make nearly got that right that's right the founder of one rare telus would run one river is doing you serving so one rare serves the needs of young adults with rare disease I am the mother of three young boys with rare disease for twenty one seventeen and twelve and I realized as they got older that there were tons of services for young for young children but once these people grew up a little bit older there were no services to help meet the needs of young adults with now when you say a rare disease is it one disease or could be a many different religious services said the actually one in ten Americans lives with rare disease there are over seven thousand of them so we serve all of them seven thousand rear diseases there are seven that's under the umbrella of rare disease and you said one out of ten Americans we have what three hundred twenty million Americans you talk and thirty two million people you're talking a huge gap to fill if we're trying to meet the needs of all of these yeah so what do you do what what is what's the the goal of one rate what do you do so we are a newborn foundation just founded in August and our goal is to fight isolation the social isolation that goes along with living with a rare disease especially compounded with being a young adult there are a lot of expectations on young adults so we are working through recreation peer support mentor ship and then also trying to help with job skills interviews learning how to write a resume and how to manage your own health care our inaugural event is going to be in August of twenty twenty we're going to have a young adult camp we're calling it camp though because that's for kids right were calling it one rare experience and that's for young adults and their mentors in greenfield New Hampshire well now are you in New Hampshire based organization or we aren't we're in Massachusetts based organization that we are serving the needs of young adults across the country happen to be setting up camp so to speak in New Hampshire because they had a really great area to do so so the how can folks first so I assume you can use funding volunteers as well so we are.

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Wall Street retreats from record on trade cloudiness

Bloomberg Daybreak

05:09 min | 2 years ago

Wall Street retreats from record on trade cloudiness

"Futures taking a hit this hour is the trade war ways on sentiment closer sources close to trade negotiations telus Chinese officials doubt that a long term deal with the U. S. is possible for more details we're joined from London by Brandon Murray who is in charge of all things to trade at Bloomberg news Brenda good morning what art Chinese officials saying exactly and isn't much different from what they've been saying up to now well we're gonna hear a lot in the next couple of weeks about this so called phase one deal that the US and China say their they expect they'll be able to sign but what we're not but what this reporting shows today is that basically it's going to be one and done that the Chinese are not interested in addressing the the broader sort of structural issues with its economy that the US is pressing for so where that leaves us is a trade war that just kind of goes on and on until the other side caves and neither one is willing to do so at this point yeah I just spoke with Stephen reshoot L. of Mizzou whole who is terming this a new trade Cold War and one that in many ways the business community has already adjusted to so where does this leave things now if we are headed toward this is sort of long term impasse between the world's two largest economies it leaves both sides with their key demand on the table China wants the US to roll back the terrorists that are already in place and the U. S. wants China to move more toward a a market led economy and neither one of those neither one of those sites appear willing to give those things so what it means is we could see the the economies of both countries the U. S. is is grinding lower to two percent sort of rate in China just recently rate reached a a six percent rate which is pretty slow for its past couple of decades so we could just continue to see this sluggish you know kind of growth that we've seen both companies decelerate to going on indefinitely as long as these to trade war weapons that they're both sides have are pointing at each other continue to be part of the picture of course we saw yesterday the phase one trade deal at least to getting over the finish line thrown into doubt now that the APEC summit in Chile is canceled in this atmosphere of a potential long term trade impasse does that put this phase one deal into doubt now it does it it definitely puts the timing of the phase one one deal and the law and the location of it they don't have a location for the four presidents trump and she to get together and and sign phase one so we're still waiting to find out if that means they're going to wait a couple months and and meet somewhere else neutral territory perhaps but if if the both sides are pretty confident that phase one which is really just a superficial stuff could can get done but beyond that as our reporting shows today there's really little appetite on either side to to go much further yeah and in terms of that I mean where could we potentially see cracks in some of those long term is sticking points things like the terrorists is there a possibility that the U. S. might make some concessions on tariffs that could leave the Chinese to budge in some way on their end the one pressure point that the that's really weighing on Donald Trump and the U. S. economy generally is that business investment is really being hurt by all the uncertainty that terror created we've had a couple different a couple consecutive quarters of capital spending declining some of the economic numbers showed us this week the consumer meanwhile is staying pretty strong so if we continue to see that that businesses are continue continuing to a delay high and delay investments and that continues where the comet that could become a point where Donald Trump decides you know what let's let's you know get back to the table and try to offer some concessions then our last minute here are we hearing any discussion on these longer term issues the structural changes that the US is looking for are those actually being discussed I mean we we hear that Chinese officials are discussing among themselves that they're not willing to budge but are those issues on the table right now they're not on the table for phase one and what were reporting today is that China isn't interested in them even in a phase two unless the U. S. rolls back terrace so the longer term stuff is really being pushed out into the future and whether we get to those it's it's increasingly looking unlikely that that those will ever come or you know next year so say that those are ever going to happen Bloomberg's Brandon Murray with an important scoop on our trade team and this morning Brennan thank you Brandon Murray is in charge of all things trade for Bloomberg news he joined us from London

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"telus" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"telus" Discussed on 710 WOR

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A New Tool for Crop Prediction

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 2 years ago

A New Tool for Crop Prediction

"While farmers have always looked to the weather to predict their harvest a new tool uses nasa satellite images to predict crop yield eld almost to the colonel. This is innovation now. Bringing you stories behind the ideas that shape our future mafra has been taking pictures of earth from space as long as the space agency has been around but new instruments on satellites are returning high quality images taken in more than thirty six spectrums of light in two thousand thirteen nasa teamed up with amazon web services to make sharing these images even easier and tell us slabs took advantage of that by adding the dimension of space based observations of global land cover and seasonal variability in growth over time. I am a team at telus. Labs has been able to develop a crop prediction model that can predict agricultural yields within one percent of the actual bushels per acre and those predictions are available months before the harvest. Tell us labs prop. Prediction model is another example of how nasa spinoffs transformed commercial products bringing space technology down to earth for innovation now. I'm jennifer pulley. Innovation now is produced by the national institute of aerospace through collaboration with nasa and is distributed by w h._r. v.

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"telus" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"telus" Discussed on KCRW

"Yeah you know that's a that's what I'm all about it's always you're you're tapping into something that's that's powerful and that's important we're also in a unique moment here because you do have another project this coming in September this at telus abounds sort of the difference with this project and what was the focus on the September release this September release world it's been a very very powerful year end I was encouraged to keep putting stuff out of course I'm just if it's in the visceral flow it's gonna happen end up happening and internal sources the community P. this self titled song means is in between two and I always write the songs like these romance instrument relationship scenarios even if it's like a romantic or just like you know your friend here here's like this unconditional love in that song is about just loving unconditionally even though that that person might not B. who they're sick you know you know like it's taken to having a boundary if it can it it's it means a lot I can see here and talk to you for like hours applies to everything yeah it's like really acknowledging not shaming the unconditional love that you have for one another while giving a differences you know even something that's a casual acquaintance you know when you really look at someone and you have a sense of their their hearts yeah and so even you know yes deep love that's awesome but I think it can also apply to to the people that you just needs you know on the street I think like living your parents like living your mom like those who have the opportunity to really feel that you know I I think that's like where my core is like the foundation of that the bar is like how I love my mom how I love my family and like the capacity they have to like really share that and be available to that is huge you know and I mean the album is just.

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"telus" Discussed on Folklore on the Rocks

Folklore on the Rocks

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"telus" Discussed on Folklore on the Rocks

"All right. Hello, ladies and gentlemen, high guy. Everybody. Welcome. Thanks so much for joining us here at folklore in the rocks now to start off with I wanna start with a special announcement. This is pretty cool. We are actually part of a mega collaboration with the show blood on the rocks. That came out today. The overarching theme of the episode is World War One for the anniversary of Armistice Day. But there are actually several different types of podcasts all doing something related to World War One. Now our contribution is about fifteen minutes about the whale eater. Crip did which was cited by the German sub you twenty eight now listening to his great way to sample a bunch of podcast. And if you want to listen to some of them as well now, they're really really great people and we've had event time collaborating with them now, we'll play a promo for blood on the rocks. A little later on this episode. Anything lens? Yeah. I think that's great school now. Yeah. Let's get this going to be good. Now. What have we got today? Lindsey today. We have the dome of the dome of all. We are talking about dumb away, which is the small hairy old man that might live under your stove and originates in Slavic folklore. Okay. So there's a lot to unpack there is. But if it's on the rocks. I we gotta have a dress are cocktail of the week. And it is also called the dumb voi-. That's convenient is. It is made with Zubrowka bison grasp dot com, and it is polish Telus Faca specifically, but Poland Slavic. So there you go cool. We also have Moheda mix squeeze of lime juice, and then it's shaken Puerto vice and garnished with sprig of mint. This spicing vodka is delicious..

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"telus" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"telus" Discussed on Get Up!

"Just no i don't wanna make the effort to get out there i'm going to settle for steph curry to make another wide open three say as i get back up on top of my tower is that seventeen threes he took eight of them were wide open eight fifty percent the best shooter in the game right now had eight wide open looks from three you tell me you're going to win the game like a splitsecond decision every single time gotta communicate all right got to communicate gotta stay on your backs greenie take it away and the history of telus ration no one is ever done a better from an apple box then you take all right let's go back to oakland jalen rose is with us again and jalen gonna run through a bunch of topics coming up the game last night and let's start and we touched on it briefly before and that's klay thompson twenty points eight of thirteen from the floor playing on the ankle kind of lifted he provide his team terrific live greedy let's talk a motion relief initially because when you hear draymond green at the press conference he was already relegating the think they were going to have to rely on nick young to play those quality minutes and we know clearly that would have been a downgrade who a lot of reasons steph curry has a splash brother back court member his name was klay thompson any chance to get overlooked in dynamics of planet with to him bp's andrey my green who's really boisterous and i'll going flamboyant but he almost kim teams to be a guy that when they need him the most game six against okay see or houston that's when he plays his best basketball and then how about drain on last night five points eight boards seven assists all kinds of defense what did he give them.

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"telus" Discussed on About to Review

About to Review

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"telus" Discussed on About to Review

"Yeah exactly yeah turn camera on record yeah so you guys have your first season all on youtube yes and you're currently in production or still work on season post production per season two yet we're just getting our fine cuts ready and it's going to be ready to be out in the world in june we hope that's the man absolutely so it'll be up on telus optic as well as our youtube channel so okay yeah fantastic so that is in june after that have you started thinking ahead oh yes yeah we wanted to a season three definitely a plan and we're really looking at what it's gonna take to pitch to tv as well yeah that's a huge interest of ours we'd love to to make obviously this show into a tv series i think has always been the dream sayers just so much content that we have in our brains that we know can all work and the beauty of this show is each episode really is self contained and can work and we can expand on it and we can cut it down so there's just so much room has to we'd love to develop it for television talked a little bit about the collaboration because watching this with how organic the two of you interact with each other and that kind of comedy that just comes from being friends when did you guys first start working together we went to acting school together we've known each other road eleven years now i think and became fast fast best friends in school people kind of said you know you got something and so he started doing it youtube channel.

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"telus" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"telus" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"Several g mail users reported finding spam messages in their sent folder and worried their accounts have been hacked however google says the emails are normal span crafted to look like they were sent from and to the same address that causes g mail to automatically sort them into the central ter scheme appears to be used with telus dot com email addresses as well acis announce these then phone max pro starting at ten thousand nine hundred ninety nine rupees in india that's about one hundred seventy dollars us and cheaper than the base model of mommy's read me it features a six inch twenty one sixty by ten eighty lcd screen five thousand mill mpr battery and dulan's rick camera among other specs then phone max pro will be launched on indonesia's lozada site on april twenty fifth followed by india's flip cart on may third china's maze you announce three phones for its new fifteen series of smartphones which reviewers note have no notches they don't have tall aspects here's either the phones will sell from seventeen hundred to three thousand yawn media research estimates music sales for artists without labels grew twenty seven point two percent in two thousand seventeen making it the fastest growing music sales segment media estimates the revenue based on artists who distribute through platforms like tune core cd baby and bam camp photo storage sites smug bug has purchased flicker from verizon's oath smug said flicker will continue to operate separately smug bunk was founded in two thousand and two and flicker in two thousand four finally a survey monkey recode poll asked people in the us which tech companies have the most positive impact on society tying for first place with twenty percent was amazon and none of the above google came second with fifteen percent foot by apple with eleven and facebook with ten the survey was conducted april eighth through the ninth.

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Asus launches a new midrange phone in India

Daily Tech News Show

01:50 min | 3 years ago

Asus launches a new midrange phone in India

"Several g mail users reported finding spam messages in their sent folder and worried their accounts have been hacked however google says the emails are normal span crafted to look like they were sent from and to the same address that causes g mail to automatically sort them into the central ter scheme appears to be used with telus dot com email addresses as well acis announce these then phone max pro starting at ten thousand nine hundred ninety nine rupees in india that's about one hundred seventy dollars us and cheaper than the base model of mommy's read me it features a six inch twenty one sixty by ten eighty lcd screen five thousand mill mpr battery and dulan's rick camera among other specs then phone max pro will be launched on indonesia's lozada site on april twenty fifth followed by india's flip cart on may third china's maze you announce three phones for its new fifteen series of smartphones which reviewers note have no notches they don't have tall aspects here's either the phones will sell from seventeen hundred to three thousand yawn media research estimates music sales for artists without labels grew twenty seven point two percent in two thousand seventeen making it the fastest growing music sales segment media estimates the revenue based on artists who distribute through platforms like tune core cd baby and bam camp photo storage sites smug bug has purchased flicker from verizon's oath smug said flicker will continue to operate separately smug bunk was founded in two thousand and two and flicker in two thousand four finally a survey monkey recode poll asked people in the us which tech companies have the most positive impact on society tying for first place with twenty percent was amazon and none of the above google came second with fifteen percent foot by apple with eleven and facebook with ten the survey was conducted april eighth through the ninth.

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"telus" Discussed on First Take

First Take

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"telus" Discussed on First Take

"If you don't want to say fearless you everyone fears some consequences of course but but are much less fearful than many to speak their minds and take public positions and take risks and maybe even pay costs in order to lead and i think that's great and i wouldn't advise them against guys we got a lot we need to come we need to cut back because i got something i want to say but he's still for what you just brought up because i think everybody is specially the black community needs to hear this oh we come back with this let's come back all right if you're just joining us former nfl tied and more telus bennett essentially said that eighty nine percent of nfl players smoke weed and he talked about how that's a better option than painkillers saying painkillers or manmade we'd was made by god stephen i know you had a lot more to say on this subject first of all like i said i want to reiterate i'm not calling his comments dumb i'm saying that it was a dumb time to do that it was ill advised this is not the time for him to be saying that with the residue of the protests and all that it caused and devolved the president lashed jin it affected ratings to some degree that's undeniable and a lot of people's eyes plus the fact that his brother has legal issues that are that are pending as we speak so it's just not a wise thing to say but i wanted to give back to something that mak said that i find to be very very important because he talked about how you know what you understand you understand what john appreciate max you understand that somebody like me is telling them the way to risk way to odds etc etc you gotta take into consideration there's a time and the place to do everything.

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