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"thio" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"thio" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I see a lot of lack of planning fell in a plan is planning to fail. You have to have road map to where you gonna go where you want to be. So that's the number one thing I saw across the spread spectrum of everyone on my show. Lack of plans and people were just out there doing their business but not really intentional enough about what they were doing. Yes. Number one number two. You have to be scalable. So that means we need to make sure that you have the infrastructure in place to grow. Because if you have two Packers in your warehouse and your product based company, and now all of sudden, you know you get $5 million with the orders. You can't scale that you're going to lose business, so planning and having scale abilities super important. And getting the mentor That's been there and done that. We hear that all the time, but it's super important. Everything from saving money on your bottles, caps components. If you can win as a single entity, you may spend triple them out. You need Thio versus going with someone who has a relationship, and I can actually show you know you should spend 12 cents on a bottle, not 50 cents on the bottom. So those kind of things that if you go it alone you can miss out on Give me an example of the intentionality that you're talking about. Are you talking about specific goal setting? What's in an example of an intention may be an entrepreneur. Make definitely goal setting. Like I said, planning, business and marketing plans, getting the mentor having a structure having a team. Sometimes we just strike out. Have a good idea. I'm a strikeout and see what hits the wall. What sticks in my throat against the wall. See if it sticks. That's an attention that's kind of just gambling. That's just Being at talk about it. You have to really have a plan in place and know what you're doing now. Your competition. Know what your differences against the competition? No. Where you going to go in five years. What We're going to develop the next two years. Like really putting your time and your mind your efforts to really Opponent on the business and knowing what it isthe. Yeah. So I know that you grew up in what you described as a Roth neighborhood. How did this bringing inspire you motivate you in general, Just influence who you are, is an entrepreneur 110%. I think I know that my grit my determination my share will Has come from where I grew up because I was raised against all odds with everything stacked against me. Growing up. I don't take no easily. No, like I'll take that as OK. Not now not know forever and I will find a way to get to a yes when you have always constantly had to fight. To get to anywhere You want to be alive this world and this. This whole entrepreneur path is easy, breezy I wanted that's me. I think you may be the first entrepreneur that has says that it's compared compared and my love of stress is Today going my business. What's my next product engaged with the buyers get them my side to pick my products. Put them on the shelf Having bad years going back high. That's better than where I came from. Hands down. Well, that perspective is probably really helpful because I think that fear often slows people down on when you can say Hey, the worst case scenario isn't that bad like it's not as bad as what I may be once went through. That probably gives you 11. All of optimism and perseverance said a lot of people don't have when they start their business. Yes. And if you're enterprising, all never, ever worry have to worry. He may worry, but you shouldn't If you're enterprising, you'll never be broke Business rock stars Remarkably in the last decade, and I've said this many times and I've learned from it. 95 95% of my successes on shark tank have come from the company's run by women, and so You know, I don't want to start gender warfare and give money to a goat if I could get care, But the point is, they're doing certain things that I've learned mitigate risk, They said. Very achievable targets. They're extremely focused on time management skills. They're very protective of their brands. They work very well with social media. There's a whole bunch of things so I generally speaking have been investing. A majority of my capital and new start ups with women just.

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"thio" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"thio" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"If you can win as a single entity, you may spend triple them out. You need Thio versus going with someone who has the relationship and that can actually show you No, He's just been 12 cents on a bottle, not 50 cents on that bottle, those kind of things that if you go it alone you can miss out on Give me an example of the intentionality that you're talking about. Are you talking about specific goal setting? What's in an example of an intention may be an entrepreneur couldn't make definitely gold setting, like I said, planning, business and marketing plans. Getting the mentor having a structure having a team. Sometimes we just strike out. Have a good idea. I'm a strikeout and see what hits the wall with sticks and throw it against the wall. See if it sticks. That's an attention that's kind of just gambling. That's just Being at talk about it. You have to really have a plan in place and know what you're doing, though. Your competition, know what your differences against the competition? No. Where you going to go in five years. What We're going to develop the next two years. Like really putting your time and your mind your efforts to really Opponent on the business and knowing what it is. Yeah. So I know that you grew up in what you describe as a rough neighborhood. How did this bringing Inspire you motivate you in general, Just influence who you are, is an entrepreneur 110%. I think I know that my grit my determination my share will Has come from where I grew up because I was raised against all odds with everything stacked against me Growing up. I don't take no easily. No, I'll take that as OK. Not now not know forever and I will find a way to get to a yes. When you have always constantly had to fight to get to anywhere you want to be alive. This world and this. This whole entrepreneur path is easy, breezy I wanted that's me. I think you may be the first entrepreneur that has said that it's easy compared compared my love of stress is Today going my business. What's my next product engaged with the buyers get them my side to pick my products to put them on the shelf. Having bad years going back high. That's better than where I came from hands down. Well, that perspective is probably really helpful because I think that fear often slows people down. And when you can say Hey, the worst case scenario isn't that bad, like it's not as bad as what I may be once went through things that probably gives you 11. All of optimism. Perseverance said a lot of people don't have when they start their business. Yes, and if you're enterprising or never, ever worry have to work. He may worry, but you shouldn't. If you're enterprising, you'll never be broke Business rock stars Remarkably in the last decade, and I've said this many times that I've learned from it. 95 95% of my successes on shark tank have come from the company's run by women, and so You know, I don't want to start gender worker. I give money to a goat if I could get care, But the point is, they're doing certain things that I've learned mitigate risk, They said. Very achievable targets. They're extremely focused on time management skills. They're very protective of their brands. They work very well with social media. There's a whole bunch of things so I generally speaking have been investing. A majority of my capital and new start ups with women.

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It's Election Day. Take a breath. Here's what to expect.

Bloomberg Markets

06:27 min | 1 year ago

It's Election Day. Take a breath. Here's what to expect.

"Politics. And this landscape in particular, Wendy Schiller joins us. She of Brown University, of course on a friend to the program, and Teo Is the station with the chair of political science again at Brown University. Wendy, What is your base case? No. I just get right to it. I think here's what I think will will know from some congressional races, I think, signaling earlier than even the presidential races. We know that there's a lot of people who are elected in 2018 in what we call competitive swing district like Virginia, for example. Leave Illinois. We have a couple of races in Texas that look really tight and are surprisingly competitive. We have a couple of Minnesota, you know if things start to swing in congressional district sooner. For the Democrats. Then you start to think, Okay, maybe buy will have a very good night. But, you know, we'll know about Florida will know about North Carolina will know about Arizona, and we'll know about Georgia, probably, but before midnight tonight, and if all of those swing for Trump If Trump looks really healthy in those states and looks like he could win, then I think things get very, very dicey for Biden, so that's a big sort of vomit or buying only when one of those states You know, one of those four states or look like he's in the lead in a considerable lead in one of those states for him, that sort of have a more relaxed night. But if he if Trump wins, all of Omar looks like he's going to win all of them, I think that that tells us that this sort of blue wave we thought might emerge isn't going to emerge the same way. So, Professor. How do you think the Senate will shake out is there in fact, you know the market's kind of suggesting here today that a blue wave may in fact be in the cards? How do you think that might go in the Senate? That that that's a great question, Paul because you think about the Senate, and you think you know Mitch McConnell is totally immune. This time, you would have thought if there's a big blue wave. You know, The guy has really been the poster boy for the campaign against the Republicans controlling the Senator Mitch McConnell. He's goingto probably breeze to reelection, some a little suspicious of that big blue way for the Senate. Iowa looks neck and neck. You know, we had a recent poll. That's very credible that looks like Joni Ernst can pull it out and stay. You know if Cal Cunningham can win in North Carolina That suggests probably that the Democrats might get 51. If they can win Maine as well. Probably away in Arizona. Probably gonna win Colorado and lose Alabama, so they're looking at probably minimally a 51 49 Republican, or 50, 50 51 49 Democrats. So I think that's where they you know, we don't know. And I think that's where North Carolina becomes so important, even even if we don't know by Trump. You know, it's Cal Cunningham looks like he's really gonna win that race that suggest better things. The Democrats across the board for the Senate Say some of that again. When do you say Arizona is definitely going to go Democrat Texas? What did you say about Texas? And then also, I think, Arizona for Mark Kelly. I think he's been polling very consistently ahead of Martha makes alley. But you can imagine, let's say people voting for more. Kelly, a former astronaut. You know and not voting for Joe Biden. You know, voting for Kelly because they want him over more than Sally and they voted for Trump in Arizona. You didn't see the Democrats winning Senate in Arizona but not winning the presidential race. Then Texas is, you know, shocking right? The turnout in Texas has been absolutely shocking. And but it looks like John Cornyn comfortably ahead of head guard that the challenger there, But I think the issue is that Trump is only basically one point ahead in Texas, which is just you know, if you think about politics, just stunning. Same with Georgia. George will be interesting because it does not get 50% or more against us off. Then you've got to run off elections in Georgia in January, and I think that's really going to be some interesting voting dynamics, so it's possible the Senate Democrats could ultimately end up with a 51 of 52 majority, but I still think it's a bit of a long shot. So Professor if the presidential election becomes contested, what is your kind of base case for how it may play out? I think we could be faced with an unprecedented historic situation. I think you know if we have a tie, for example, if in the Electoral College in December's actually a tie, it goes to the newly elected house, which is expected Thio more Democratic. However, the Republicans still control more votes in state delegations than the Democrats, and that's Probably isn't going to change so you could conceivably have literally the house electing a re electing President Trump but in the Senate. If it's 51 49 with the new Senate and its new Democrats, then they may like Tomahawk. Advice. I mean, really, quite stunning. It's really stunning thing. So I think so many things have changed already in 2020 weather, Trump gets reelected or not, is obviously monumental. But even if he gets reelected, I think the Democrats have shown they know how to mobilize voters, and I think they've shown some of these states have changed a lot in terms of demographics, and they are going to be more competitive, moving forward. Which changes the nature of politics going to 2022. If we know that politicians look at the next election the minute this election is over, and so when we start to think about what the balance of power might be in the Senate house in 2022 these gains the Democrats appear to be making among voters in the states. Changes a lot of dynamics, which will probably change some of the policies coming out of Congress. Yeah, I mean, it's really the African American gold, right, Wendy and how much more of that will see? We're already seeing, you know, a lot more engagement. Yeah. So I think African American who has always been key in North Carolina and Georgia had about 64% African American turnout in 2016. It wasn't enough because those numbers were not hit in in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania among African American voters, and they, you know they may or may not get there. If they get there, I think Biden winds relatively easily. But what's interesting is suburban white women. Of all educational levels seem to be really vehemently at the moment against Trump in the polls, and it could be that instead of the black vote really being key in the Midwest, it ends up being white women. Which would be really interesting shift, you know, mirrors 2018 when white, the majority of white women voted for democratic candidates, But it would change the nature of the Democratic coalition. If that were the deciding factor, So that's what I'm looking for. I'm looking for turnout, particularly in particular counties in Michigan. Well, we still have. A lot of people are gonna vote in person and certainly in Pennsylvania when you were really out of time. But I am desperate to

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"thio" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"thio" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"If you can win as a single entity, you may spend triple them out. You need Thio versus going with someone who has a relationship, and that could actually show you No, You should spend 12 cents on a bottle, not 50 cents on that bottle, So those kind of things that if you go it alone you can miss out on Give me an example of the intentionality that you're talking about. Are you talking about specific goal setting? What's in an example of an intention may be an entrepreneur could make definitely goal setting, like I said, planning, business and marketing plans. Getting the mentor having a structure having a team. Sometimes we just strike out. Have a great idea. I'm a strikeout and see what hits the wall with sticks and throw it against the wall. See if it sticks. That's an attention that's kind of just gambling. That's just Being a talk about it. You have to really have a plan in place and know what you're doing, though. Your competition, know what your differences against the competition? No. Where you going to go in five years. What We're going to develop the next two years. Like really putting your time and your mind your efforts to really Opponent on the business and knowing what it isthe. Yeah. So I know that you grew up in what you described as a rough neighborhood. How did this bringing inspire you motivate you in general, just influence who you are, is an entrepreneur 110%. I think I know that my grit my determination my share will Has come from where I grew up because I was raised against all odds with everything. Odds stacked against me Growing up. I don't take no easily. No, I'll take that as OK. Not now not know forever and I will find a way to get to a yes. When you have always constantly had to fight to get to anywhere you want to be alive. This world and this. This whole entrepreneur path is easy, breezy. I wanted that's I mean, I think you may be the first entrepreneur that has said that it's easy. Compared in my love of stress is today going my business? What's my next product? Engaged with the buyers from my side to pick my products? Put them on the shelf. Having bad years going back high. That's better than where I came from hands down. Well, that perspective is probably really helpful because I think that fear often slows people down on when you can say Hey, the worst case scenario isn't that bad, like it's not as bad as what I may be once went through. That probably gives you a level of optimism, perseverance that a lot of people don't have when they start their businesses. Yes, And if you're enterprising on never Ever worry have to worry. He may worry, but you shouldn't if you're enterprising will never be broke Business rock stars remarkably in the last decade, and I've said this many times and I've learned from it. 95 95% of my successes on shark tank have come from the company's run by women, and so And, you know, I don't want to start gender worker and give money to a goat if I could get care, But the point is, they're doing certain things that I've learned mitigate risk, They said. Very achievable targets. They're extremely focused on time management skills. They're very protective of their brands. They work very well with social media. There's a whole bunch of things. So I generally speaking have been investing the majority of my capital and new start ups with women.

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"thio" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"thio" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"If you can win as a single entity, you may spend triple the amount you need Thio versus going with someone as the relationship and that could actually show you No, You should spend 12 cents on a bottle, not 50 cents on the bottle. So those kind of things that if you go it alone you can miss out on Give me an example of the intentionality that you're talking about. Are you talking about specific goal setting? What's in an example of an intention may be an entrepreneur could make definitely gold setting, like I said, planning, business and marketing plans. Getting the mentor having a structure having a team. Sometimes we just strike out have a great idea. I'm a strikeout and see what hits the wall with sticks. Throw it against the wall. See if it sticks. That's an attention. That's kind of just gambling. That's just Being at talk about it. You have to really have a plan in place and know what you're doing, though. Your competition, know what your differences against the competition? No. Where you going to go in five years. What We're going to develop the next two years. Like really putting your time and your mind your efforts to really Tonin on the business and knowing what it isthe. Yeah. So I know that you grew up in what you describe as a rough neighborhood. How did this upbringing inspire You motivate you in general, just influence who you are, As an entrepreneur 110%. I think I know that my grit my determination my share will Has come from where I grew up because I was raised against all odds with everything stacked against me Growing up. I don't take no easily. No, I'll take that as OK. Not now not know forever and I will find a way to get to a yes when you have always constantly had to fight. To get to anywhere You want to be in life, this world and this. This whole entrepreneur path is easy, breezy. I wanted that. I mean, I think you may be the first entrepreneur that has said that it's easy compared Compared to my love of stress is today going my business? What's my next product engaged with the buyers from my side to pick my products to put them on the shelf? Having bad years going back high. That's better than where I came from hands down. Well, that perspective is probably really helpful because I think that fear often slows people down on when you can say Hey, the worst case scenario isn't that bad, like it's not as bad as what I may be once went through. That probably gives you a level of optimism, perseverance that a lot of people don't have when they start their business. Yes, And if you're enterprising on Ever worry have to worry. He may worry you shouldn't. If you're enterprising, you'll never be broke Business rock stars remarkably in the last decade, and I've said this many times and I've learned from it. 95 95% of my successes on shark tank have come from the company's run by women. So You know, I don't want to start gender warfare would give money to a goat if I could get really care, But the point is, they're doing certain things that I've learned mitigate risk, They said. Very achievable targets. They're extremely focused on time management skills. They're very protective of their brands. They worked very well with social media. There's a whole bunch of things. So I generally speaking have been investing the majority of my capital and new start ups with women just.

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Seattle Seahawks suffer first loss as Arizona Cardinals escape with 37-34 OT victory

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle Seahawks suffer first loss as Arizona Cardinals escape with 37-34 OT victory

"Resuming work tomorrow and build up to their home game against the 40 Niners Sunday after digesting the game film Sunday night in their overtime loss of Arizona coach Pete Carroll said. Injuries for running backs Chris Carson, Carlos Hyde, Travis Homer Could make that position a challenge this week. You know, we have some things that we could do if we need Thio. Well, look, you know, don't take it one day at a time and see if my guys can get back and who could get back was a couple creative thoughts going. She enlisted a three point favorite Sunday afternoon at Centurylink Field, which again will be devoid of fans less than a month to go

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Parents' 'Mom Code' keeping Utah students from being tested for coronavirus

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Parents' 'Mom Code' keeping Utah students from being tested for coronavirus

"C's. TJ Holmes explains why it's part of the so called Mom Code and the Utah Department of Health is warning about the group of parents reportedly pledging not to test their kids for Corona virus in order to make infection numbers artificially appear lower. This is all in an attempt to keep schools and schools sports open and avoid quarantine. But there is a quarantine with a sports team or with any of the other classrooms. They're encouraging each other, not To have their Children tested. As a parent, you never profitable fears community spread. If the mom code is encouraged, this pandemic is not a normal thing. This is a time where we need to really focus on, you know, tracing this virus so we can be able to stop the spread. She's seen Facebook messages like these stay home. Don't get tested. And if your child shows Koven symptoms, please keep them home. But do not test state health officials say it's unknown how many parents are actually taking part, but warned those who do could be contributing to the spread of covert 19 writing in a statement, testing is a critical element of our response. Identifying cases is a key strategy toe limiting the spread of disease in our communities will be very hard to be able to distinguish between just regular Every day, winter type illnesses on coal bed. They also have to potentially take their child out into a community that could then expose that child, Emily Daily, the mother of four students near Salt Lake City. She's running for the school board, she says. While she isn't participating in the mom code, she can understand why some wood it's not mandated to get tested. That's the thing and so we need to remember that it is a choice on DH. You need Thio make decisions based off of what you fell. A B C's TJ Holmes reporting A strong typhoon blew out of the Philippines after displacing more than 120,000 people, leaving several

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"thio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"thio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Sean, I would suggest that what we need Thio think about the current free cash flow. The cost of equity. The return of equity on DH, the company's Ford growth credentials. And I believe that in a climate ofthe very low inflation, the prospects of low interest rates and I certainly anticipated federal is at some level engaged in yield curve control, meaning that they have the entire Yuka incite rather than just cash, right. That we will see evaluation off the growing undependable companies. More highly rated than they are today. So I think that we can expect an expansion of the multiples of the more successful companies to change, then being trying to pick between the Amazon who I do believe we'll deliver on the Netflix which I do think are overcooked. Find a question from a James. There's a line from your research. You're no. We think China has all the ingredients of a bubble that has yet to really start isn't one you want to buy and why do you think it's one that will begin? I absolutely believe that Inju cools the excess cash balances, particularly the highest level in China will be deployed to the equity market. They will have a head of enthusiasm for the fast growing stories. And I look at the credentials the company like Alibaba, fundamental business. I look at it. Global valuation relative to Amazon on Alibaba, In my view, absolutely merits consideration in a global portfolio. Change, Bevan. Thankyou, sir. It was great to catch up. Ready. Fantastic. James Bevin there on the sanctuary market, something you heard of the next 12 months. He's looking for 3800 honeys to disappoint a lot of the heavy lifting to come from the multiple. But when it came to the politics there You used the word risk. There wasn't happy Talk about a blue wave their taxes, a minimal amount of happy talk, But I did not hear a skeptical Bev in there. I mean, I I feel, John that you know, part of the trap I'm in every day and booking is you know I goto our wonderful team, And I say I need more happy talk. I mean, I can you get me some people that could deliver happy talk, and you know that's part of what we do here. I'm leaving right now. Is this to offset Wear a tempting but failing at offsetting Lisa at each and every moment because happy talk is just, you know, Bevin was loaded their Bazinet happy Talk on Amazon. Verone the other day on the charts. More happy talk. Yeah. Happy talk about, you know, Purina and Lysol. I could go there. Think, well, Goto vinaigrette. It's important to understand the reaction functioning market participants Lisa and the bison. The moment seems to be, uh, the last several months to buy There seems to be an asymmetry around the news of its good news. Great. It's bad news. It will get better. That seems to be the takeaway. And the reality is they've been right. And they very well may continue to be right. Based on the backdrop of yields, and based on the backdrop of the fiscal impulse, I'm not saying they're not just there is a dissonance as we heard from Joe Stiglitz yesterday of Colombia. Of the underlying economy and some of the pitfalls that we're seeing and what we're hearing out of companies, as well as some of the enthusiasm in the face of fact, like Netflix showed, that's all I'm saying. It's interesting who used to write the gloom. Doom Bone report used to write that he used to do that. Who was that account program would be great. Your grandson stick. Polygram's. It's Morning, Colin. He could she could, she would. I would love that are going on the next section. Some cane. Jonathan Farrow, I think this is happy. Talk about the odd bunch. Sounds about right coming up. When the Schiller Brown University chair of political science more fun to come. This place is always happy. Now, the latest news from New York City and around the world hears Michael Bar Lisa John. Thank you very much. Former.

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"thio" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"thio" Discussed on WJR 760

"Because your practice is different from everyone else's. We'll have a very personalized concierge practice. Well, that's what you were looking for. So she found me online, but she she She went looking for just that type of person. Sharon, Do you have anything to say about this? You know, I was just going to comment because my husband recently joined your practice. And this is part of his fundamental frustration is the musical chairs of being sent around to various different doctors who, you know, order him to someone else to get a scan or sail. You need surgery for this when? Meanwhile part of its fundamental problem is he has some gastrointestinal issues that can be cured by his diet. A lot of preventive things. He conduce a help with the issues that were flaring up that a lot of doctors is saying, Oh, I don't know. Go to this person go to that person, So I think it's very frustrating for patients who just getting cycled around like this idea is taking over the country medication well, they had been prescribed Nexium, which, of course, as we discussed on last last week's show has other implications. It's not the best thing to take either, but nobody ever sat down with him. Like we've said for more than five minutes to assess well, what might be causing this what might be your fundamental You know, inflammation, markers air. You know things that are leading to these symptoms. I don't want to interrupt you. But I think what we're saying here is that I think that everybody who's out there that's floundering or that's Involved in this being bantered about amongst doctors and not knowing what to do next. I think they all need Thio find a personalized concierge doctor that's going to take care of them and shepherd them through the process. Otherwise, they're just going to remain lost. Well, one of the features that we've not really talked about specifically is time people need time with their doctor to tell them what's wrong. The doctor needs time. Tio here the patient and listen time to do a proper exam and timeto think about what to do. Because if you have no time and you here, I've got a gastrointestinal problem. We'll go see the gastrointestinal doctor. Who's going to do a gastrointestinal procedure and prescribe you a drug when, at the end the day usually there's a lifestyle answer to this problem that doesn't require medicine or a procedure or specialist. And that's the long term goal that we want to see. That's that's real prevention. And then also after you've seen this special is the primary care physician might not be following up on connecting the dots or.

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"thio" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"thio" Discussed on KOMO

"A plexiglass separation move What some might call a Biden campaign PR stunt. The wall makes clear that Corona virus is back at the top of the campaign endgame agenda. Elena. You saw in that exchange with Mike Pence. Kamala Harris using that kind of prosecutorial theatre quite effectively. Tio issue that one line rebuttal. How do you rate her performance? And how do you think it's supplements the broader campaign environment? I thought they both performed well, and you're gonna look at this camp. This debate through whatever. Heart is in prison that you're gonna judge it by I thought Pence was disrespectful to the moderator and to the other candidate to women. I'm not the only woman out there who was saying Go Camilla when she turned to him and said, I'm speaking, So I thought that the Body language was important for the Democratic Party and rallying the base that they need Thio inspire, and she performed beautifully. You could imagine her on the world stage with anybody and She had truth on her side has just entered one lie after another in the fact that he utters them calmly. He's like an order in the time and the fact that the fly that Houston and his hair for over two minutes that most of the attention on I'm on social media. It was It was not an exciting debate. It didn't need to be exciting. Uh, Camilla proved herself. Pence did not reverse the downward trajectory of the Trump campaign. So we go forward and I think that has Ah. Is come comes across like the toady that he is and playing to the one person that he knew was was watching it. So that part that's my partisan. My partisan view on he interrupted a lot, even though he did it quietly. All right. I'm looking forward to hearing soccer in a second, because his reaction But Alan wasn't too, but well, what we'll go to pack first. Let me get the popcorn out. Well, I think they look, there's no doubt that I think both of them or neither of them made any egregious errors. I think both of them perform well, and they made their talking points well, but I do think, Trump. I mean, excuse me pants and came off better to me because I thought his argumentation Obviously I agree with them or But I will say this about Kamala Harris, you begin to understand why she loses support. The more debate she holds. It is her persona sort of smart. Sort of self congratulatory. So I think that this was what killed her. Apparently in the primers, where she started off extremely strong and lost support, the more she talked One stage, but I think clearly she did not hurt herself badly with their own constituency, which was all important. Clarence, your thoughts. Well, I think that that's the reactions they still they inspired our partisan reactions that Kamala Harris did her side proud and people who don't want to the Democrats. The wind could find all kinds of things to criticize about it. But after the previous week after President Trump lowered the bar the way he did, they would just come out there and just just been ableto. Stand without going stark raving mad or an hour and a half. There would have been fine. I I'm glad you let off with a sound bite actually dealt with this issue. We heard some issues this time of the Ah, very effect that Ah Kamala Harris mentioned the jobs in the upper Midwest. That story important for the voters. Especially to those crucial upper Midwest voters that ah the each side needs needs toe toe win win the race and same time you also had the Ah, what issues that of Obama care. Which Mike Pence made it sound like like, Well, thank goodness we got rid of that Obama care Now we're going to give you an improved a mean about the same thing that I got the feeling from pense that Obama did wrong. But Trump is doing right back this the Trump Administration has been trying very hard to abolish Obama care. I don't want to deal with that because it's just it's just suicide at the pole, but sorry is let's get a saga. Well, I'll just start Look, vice presidential debates really don't matter. They almost never move the polls in political science. Researches in debates generally don't even matter All that much. So as long as they hold their own, they're fine. You can go and you can look And this is a general election. I thought Penn State quite well. Kamala Harris has graded me since the very beginning of the presidential campaign, and she graded me last night. I would just say she did speak. Three minutes longer than vice president. Pence and I have been hearing a lot about mansplaining and about talking over comma Harris an interruption on and it's like an MSNBC creation from the thing that I saw. I mean, it's a debate. I mean, people are supposed to interrupt each other. I thought I thought vice president Pence was quite respectfully even congratulated her on historic nature. Off her candidacy. So I think this is a little bit of a mirage. That's kind of being wish cast it into reality. You know, Patsy's a smug, Ah, grating person. I see a strong woman, a black woman holding her head her her own and representing a changing America and all that Obama coalition's that's going to come to the polls and I look it and Pence and I see and autumn the time. Uh, he barely changes expression. Talk about smug I would I give him the krampus smugness. Okay, Pat, Pat, your concluding thought Well, yeah, I think one thing Kamala did was that she indicated, are left wide open the packing of the U. S. Supreme Court. If Joe Biden wins this election, just like Joe Biden refused, but she refused to rule it out. That's one of two things. They're gonna fact the Supreme Court, but they want to retain the option. And that I think is one of the major come a ways, which is going to give the Democratic party's problems in this election. If Trump can give Biden some chances to go out and speak a little more attention, which is the truth and that is needed by Norman is hell but one trillion eight You're the most alienate.

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"thio" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"thio" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Breaking News Center, a 24 hour rally for Jacob Blake wrapping up earlier today in Kenosha, Cmdr. Ford's Adriana Mendez speak with those who took part in the demonstration. It's a 24 hour gathering with a purpose to highlight the one month mark since Jacob Blake was shot and to demand the officer who shot it rusted. Ski be terminated from the Kenosha Police Department can't let up. We need Thio pressing D a gravely way need that indictment. Despite the chili, tense speakers passionately spoke about their own experiences with racism and police brutality and how they want to see justice for Jacob. Take a Blake was shot seven times by Kenosha Police officer Rustin Chefs can August 23rd Blake is now paralyzed from the waist down. Decision. Wisconsin former second lady Dr Jill Biden hitting the Badger State. Today, W T. M. J's Tony Bedrock is live in the breaking news sent Melissa Biden is stumping for her husband expected to speak any moment now at a farm in Waukesha County, also campaigning earlier today in Madison on helping the state's economy recover from the pandemic to decide what happens. Joe has a plan and the tested experience we need And this pandemic. Later this week, Eric Trump will appear in the village of Rothschild there wasa while President Trump said to come to the Badger state Saturday to hold rallies in lacrosse and Green Bay. They may seem like a part of America's past. But political buttons are still a thing. Political buttons have been a thing throughout the 20th in the 21st century. Harvard Kennedy School is, Corrine Wolfson says of the 1500 buttons in their collection of You Stand out just the more he was a candidate for house in California in 2018, and her button is actually made out of a local wood that was carved by volunteer, Wilson says, though, in that case, the unique button wasn't enough to equal victory at the ballot box. Jane that there, W. T. M J knew there are claims of women undergoing unwanted medical procedures at a South Georgia detention center. What has happened here is horrific, said one member of the delegation. In interviews, They heard stories of women being placed in solitary confinement or being treated for mental illness when reporting the unwanted gynecological procedures or resisting the doctor, they said, perform them. That's Dr Mahendra Mean referred to as the uterus collector through his lawyer Means says he had patient consent for all procedures. The Irwin County detention center is no longer sending women to the doctor. Chris Ham for CBS News, Atlanta 3 34. It's time for Brewers insiders sponsored by Marco Technology Drive Deep Right center led signage on the second deck, jumping on the first Midwest Bank hotline years, Brewer's broadcaster and lane Grendel. He was there when it happened. He was watching the monitors. As the Brewers clinch, thanks to a Giants lost, his lane grinned, also laid. So the brewer's gonna play the Dodgers tough opponent best team in baseball. You could argue they stink. But there is a positive years and the fact that this is just the best of three Doesn't that kind of play into the Brewers advantage? Yeah, I would say I would say that if you're the Brewers you probably especially with the injuries that they have right now. I think you like your chances in a best of three versus the best of five or a best of seven, especially with the Corbyn Burns injury. I mean, I think that looms large. I think the Brewers were going to be a pretty tough matchup. If Burns is healthy, and they get ago burns Woodruff 12 a lot of teams who wouldn't like that They wouldn't have wanted that draw. But I would probably tend to agree with that. I think if you're going to knock off somebody like the Dodgers, you got a better chance to do it in shorter Siri's lane. It's Melissa Does the Brewers game game plan ultimately changed, knowing that they're facing this? David versus Goliath situation. Do they change things up? No, I don't think they look at it that way. To be honest with you. They played the Dodgers two years ago in the NLCS, and a lot of faces are different. But the guys that are still here they remember that and they feel like they were the better team that year. Different situation going into this series for sure, but I don't think they look at themselves as some overwhelming underdog. It's baseball. And if the guy on the mound sets the tone for you, you've got a shot. And I think you know the Brewers haven't announced. You know what? They're exactly gonna do. Starting wise or least they hadn't To my knowledge when I got on this interview, But I mean, uneducated. Guess would say Brent Suter gets the ball in Game one, and Brandon would probably gets the ball in Game two. And then you figure out Game three after the death settles from the first two games, and I think the Brewers would like their chances with those two guys on the mound, especially with their bullpen as well. So I think they're going to go into it approaching it as a three game. Siri's against a really good opponent, that they respect and they're gonna go try to win it. Lady. I'm always curious who Craig puts in second, right the starting initial out gator. What? That's one story. I'm always curious to see who comes in the next for the next set of innings. So in a game like a Brent Suter start, for example, he gave you four last time out. Plus, you know what? Who's healthy? Who's ready? Who's unrest going into that first game? I agree. Remember last year, a big conversation was the starters closer that that became a phrase. That we used a lot with Craig Counsell specifically in the month of September and in these postseason like games because typically, what you'll do is you'll run your starting pitcher out there. And I know Craig just called some initial out Gators. But you will run them out there. And then there's going to be a point in the game where either they're getting ready to go through the lineup a third time, and maybe you don't like those matchups as much. Or maybe they've got 1st and 3rd and 1 out in the fifth, and now's the time to go get a different arm. And that guy's an important piece, probably Justus important as the setup man and the closer in my opinion, and so I think that is going to be interesting to see. You know who does Craig Counsell go to first in that kind of a situation and I think he has options. I mean, it kind of depends on who's at the plate. And what what point in the lineup that their ad but You've gotta Claudio, whose certainly been effective against lefties. This year..

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Peloton stock roars as earnings smash estimates, posts first ever profit on coronavirus boost

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

04:26 min | 1 year ago

Peloton stock roars as earnings smash estimates, posts first ever profit on coronavirus boost

"They Paul Lamonica from CNN Business and Paul I. I don't know if there has been a company that has been more ubiquitous for the success that a company can have during a pandemic as Pel Aton, the home fitness equipment maker, and Self described tech company, I think has just seen a tremendous period of growth throughout all this, I think effectively tripled this year. What's What's your take on Pell Itan going forward at this point? Yeah. I mean, the company generated a profit in its latest quarter, and that is an encouraging finding that knocked on Saletan. I think Really was going to be whether or not they could actually generate earnings. And they are And if you point out now off more than 200% this year contract that with Planet fitness, which is a gym, and people are clearly Be wary. I think of going to him even with something being reopened. That stock is down 25 year to date. That's actually not that bad. When you consider what happening with some of the other companies in the industry, we had no 24 hour fitness. Laughter back with fecal Jim filed for bankruptcy. There are rumors that town sports is about to file for bankruptcy. Well, so you know, I think it is a legitimate friend if people want to work out at home, and they made Buying these pricey exercise bikes and other equipment from Helicon. Of course, the question is gonna be how sustainable is it? Well, people stick with routine and subscriptions that come along with it, or do these eventually become pricey? Anger's your clothes that you dropped, right? I mean, you know how many people have you talked to that? On January, 1st got that gym membership and then by January, 31st start no longer attending. But it's a significant upfront cost. How much does do you know how much the monthly subscription costs? Is it like 40 bucks a month. It's about that. I mean, they have a varying field, right? Ah, entry 0.4 people that that one and of course there's the upfront costs in the Purchase of the bite as well. But they are trying to branch out and do some things that are no more mobile subscriptions and online subscriptions so that you don't just have to pay that $39 a month. For the For the subscription that comes the bike is also a 12 99 month digital subscription. So you know, I think a lot of people are going to experiment with varying price point. Figure out what makes the most sense for that are they're going to need Thio shift their marketing strategy, too, If they're going to try and, you know, decrease the price point, because everyone I've that I've seen it's you know, some 30 year old working out in what must be a $5 Million high rise apartment. Ah, and I kind of critique that I was I was wrong because people love these products, but it would seem that they're marketing might be a little bit of a tweak if they're gonna start going downstream. Yeah. I mean, I think there is a thing of their head of global marketing. You know, black the company a few months ago. Helen Thomas, obviously, uh, marked for God, No, that went viral, You know, not that long ago. Seems like it was years ago. But it was not only what? Last year we had the Palestinian girl so I think it is definitely something that the company is aware of, and Congress enough that they need to probably a better job off marketing and not making me being life. If you know this elite, it I put product on ly for, you know, wealthier millennials. They definitely need to do a better job. I think of marketing, But you know, you can't really quibble with that when the company Doc is gone as well had, you know, I think you know, they probably recognized that that ad is effective and they're going to try and move forward. But, uh, you know they're doing extremely well, though. It's easy. It's a good problem to have. If people are making fun of your commercials when people are still buying it most certainly is Paul Lamonica from CNN business. Joining us to talk about Pel Aton Tio ticker symbol on Pellet on Petey. Oh, and Paul. Thank you for joining us appreciate

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"thio" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"thio" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Um, and there will be a focus to ensure safety. So this is a space from a time perspective. You're going to be going spending multiple hours. If it's in person, so that element you're going to be spending time there and you're gonna be going frequently. Space, often an indoor activity. But schools are working to create space, limiting class sizes and creating the opportunity to get appropriate physical distancing. And then people we know are teachers are doing everything that they can to remain safe and following all the core guidelines to stay safe. And then our friends and our colleagues are co students hopefully are doing the same. So in the end, going back to school, I'm I'm hopeful that we can With our collective efforts, get our Children and our our students back to school in a meaningful way, hopefully in person over time. That's just one example. We're thinking about that another example. People often think about is going to a restaurant. You know, many people through the pandemic haven't been going out to eat or have thought twice about that. I think what I ask people to do. There is to understand those decisions around time space and people is called head. Find out what the restaurant's doing. Think about carry out. Think about if there's outdoor dining and think about if You know if employees in that restaurant are required to wear masks or not, And that helps you make a decision for you personally. I think the last thing is thinking about how we get together with our friends and family, and this could be difficult conversations and I think it's important. I'll focus here on the people part. Sometimes, you know, it's important to understand what our families and what our friends are doing. If they're wearing masks If they're appropriately, socially distancing on, we have to use that and incorporate that and decide. Maybe it's better to do Ah, zoom Visitor A FaceTime call with family this week a supposed to getting together in person, So we have to think about that all the decisions we make to get together. Let's say I decide I'm Eat up some morning or later in the afternoon. I said, I want to go walk on a bike path. One of the variables there. How safe is that? That's great. So me and my family we love to use the metro parks. We go hiking almost every weekend. Um Their time. Usually not a huge time commitment space. It's outside. It's generally spaced apart. We might see a couple of people and we don't typically know who those people are. So what we do is when we're around. Folks on the path will wear a mask and we worked to create social distance there, but otherwise, if we're walking or biking, we are running. We don't need Thio wear a mask. If you feel like that's a very safe activity particular in our own neighborhood. But generally we always bring it with us. We never leave home without our mask. You mentioned what? Let's let's say a wedding on Let's look at the time. The time factor. Um, uh, Maybe maybe I'm not saying one of these is More or less safe, but let's let's take Ah, wedding. That's an outdoor wedding and people are people are spread out. Let's say it's a 20 minute wedding. Compare that with maybe let's say ah, a similar wedding. But now we now we tack onto it and indoor indoor reception. You want kind of walk us through some of that. Yeah, absolutely so that that wedding that you described on the front end of your remarks Sounds like a very friendly wedding in this environment to go to in a very safe wedding. Outside short, You generally know the folks you're able to space space out and create distance. Great. The reception indoor. That is a decision that we, you know, I actually ask people to make for themselves. So you say what kind of space is there Are people wearing masks indoors or not, And you have to make a judgment call about what's comfortable for you. But clearly that's getting a little bit higher risk. Then. The ceremony part that you described so in the rubric that I was describing. I think it's slightly riskier, but I think one of the things I think about when we all should think about is approaching the pandemic with compassion and empathy. An understanding that we have to continue to kind of live and make choices that we feel good about and are mindful of our fellow citizens, and I think these air individual decisions and what we want to provide is that framework that makes people be ableto kind of measure What the amount of risk that people are going to take on is and I think that's the best way to take on this pandemic and to continue to kind of keep our numbers down. Dr Hamilton. Thank you very much for joining us. If anyone wants to read Maura about this work, and they work in the read more about what you're doing, and maybe what you've been writing about. Yes, Absolutely. So on the Cleveland clinic dot or website you described. We have a safer at home guide. It is open access and free to anybody. We also have returned to work documents and so those air very extensive. So if you have more detailed questions, you can see where we can talk about. The best way to stay safe at home and to stay safe at work about your Hamilton. Thank you. We appreciate thank you absolutely very much. And now to honor a great Ohio history. The Ohio history connection is once again hosting They called the Ohio Open Doors event this time virtually to recognize our state's historic places. This event, which begins Friday, invites Ohioans virtually visit historic landmarks and properties. High winds Khun Go to Ohio history dot org's Slash open doors were more about this event..

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"thio" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"thio" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"I'm really excited to see what he's going to bring Thio Brooklyn, You know, obviously they have Kyrie and Katie and you know, a lot of people are saying this stuff is great for Kyrie. I think it's just gonna be great offense, one things and I talked to Steve about when he was working with warriors wins. No, his ability to understand where shots come from on the floor. You know, obviously he's run a million putting rolls. So I remember. We were just talking about the game one time and he was talking about okay if I'm on this side of floor coming up this pick and roll and they're in this defense. I'm going to do this, and then the shocks going to come from here, so just his ability to see the floor and understand what defense is air trying to do. And kind of predict and understand where shots are going to come from. I think that's going to be one of them. Biggest thing that he's going to bring you know as an MBA head coach, along with leadership and all the other great qualities that it possesses. It's also always talking to you, but to be able to talk some basketball with the answer Baseball Bumgarner really cool stuff, Man. We appreciate it. We'll talk again soon. Thanks for the insight. Yeah. Thanks for having me. You got Hank's brother. See you soon. All right. There you go. Randy Winn is here to be with you this weekend is that we're going since we're having a stylish left hander come back and pitch. One of the greatest giant lefties of all time. I'm looking for Estes is career numbers here. Kirk reader, That's why would I put it in the fourth at last marker, Vita Blue? I was hired on Sean the other day. I didn't realize you want 15 and eight is a member of the Colorado Rockies. Forget the array Denver who cares any 15 81. Pressured. By the way I've been focusing on the clock now that he's got that thing working the other day I was watching he does working, pulled out what we say A Phillips screwdriver and a flag it Yeah, so I'm He's about as handy as me. He sounds like that was a major accomplishment for him to get that clock or how he got it fixed. I mentioned it. 11 post game show. And by the next morning on the pregame show, he had it fixed. He was well done by became a huge dish on a task and he was amazing. The day we talked about it all the way. We're getting flooded with tweets and Tex and everything that people were actually noticing the clock in the back of the TV. Elaina's five rotted out there going crazy they were no, I actually just noticed it one night it was still Chris Babcock. My stack. I noticed And I was just looking at it, and I'm like, Yeah, Like suspended in time, so player he was stuck in like 10. 30 so funny. All right, Andrew Bagley's going to join us at the bottom of the hour budget stuff. Obviously, we'll throw the pulp by him and see what he thinks of that. We haven't talked to him since the trade deadline's will ask him about that as well. And there was a couple of interesting things that Scott Harrison on the T K podcast that he had re tweeted. Someone ask him about that as well, So we'll talk to bags. At 11 30. It's pop on London. Your Friday only here on the SportsCenter. Take papa and one to the house. Your house. Listen, tow the sports leader on your Amazon Echo Smart speaker. Just a play KNBR Hilton Auto body Traffic desk. A lot of slow going now on.

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"thio" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"thio" Discussed on WSB-AM

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"thio" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"thio" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Us with the music here. And that song by Alicia Keys is really doing it for me. Thank you. I love this. Me too. It's so great. Need Thio, Her and Adam Levine singing wild horses by the Rolling Stones is fantastic. That too. Yeah, really great. Okay, I have to pay your experiment. So brace yourself, Hills. And oh, how did you you are I'm just so impressed. Because not only do you know what I call the yucky music. But you know the good music too. I am ah, your music taste is far and wide, and my hat's off to you. Thank you started at the heart throb when I was a cocktail waitress, and I learned all this songs from the fifties in the sixties. Yeah, but Cole said music, you know, local bands from the eighties and national acts from the nineties and this current stuff, which I know nothing about. I'm impressed. Thank you can obviously Oh, yeah. All right. And you have some traffic stuff going on. Right? Kenny isn't Oh, yeah, And I do not feel bad about missing these because they didn't pop up until after my last report. The 1st 1 is the right lane is closed on westbound 60 to a Tracy. Someone went off way off in the boonies there. The tow truck is back down into the ditch to pull them off the right lane closed and westbound 62 jams at Valley View and then the other one. This would be I believe Chan has, and it's a rollover wreck westbound to 12 at Audubon Road. The right lane is closed there. It looks like this one is going to be really quick to clear and thankfully, there are no delays. So just be ready to back it down. Move out of the right lane and you'll get by this crash on westbound to 12 at Audubon with no issues. Oh, And since you've got me here, why not mention this closure this weekend? It's a big one West about 94 close between 2 80 35 W. 10 PM Friday through right around 4 a.m. on Monday morning. There you go. All right. There you go. Oh, man,.

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"thio" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"thio" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"US highway. 159 mile marker 63 79. U. S highway. 212 mile marker 103 and 126 immediately for large scale and damage. People should move immediately to shelter inside a strong building. Stay away from those damage from continuous cloud to ground. Lightning is occurring with storms. Indoors immediately. Lightning is one of nature's leading chillers. Remember if you can hear thunder to be struck by lightning. Sitting enjoyment on my talk 1071 but I was built to break the mold. The only dream that I have been Jason is my own. So I sing the song single non Eject commune teaches Stone and No, They don't get to find out someday some Nina if you will. Come back to the Jason Alexis Show on my talk 1071 Alexis. I think maybe you help us with the music here. And that song by Alicia Keys is really doing it for me. Thank you. I love this. Me too. It's so great. Need Thio, Her and Adam Levine singing wild horses by the Rolling Stones is fantastic. That too. Yeah, really great. Okay, I have to pay your experiment. So.

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"thio" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:52 min | 2 years ago

"thio" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"So now when we talk about checks and balances and separation of powers, one can observe that this Executive authority during periods off Crisis or emergency. Whatever the word is in the appropriate statute or constitution. Tell us about this concept of What has happened in the pandemic, the state of emergency because it's kind of unprecedented. And how has power what happened that all of a sudden? Power came to reside in the executive bridge for such a long period and with such Strong powers at that. How did that'll happen? Yeah, great questions raised a number of fascinating concept that hopefully we'll be able to explore a little more. But Just like with the federal government of the separation of powers. Every state has the same kind of separation of powers. You have legislative bodies, executive bodies and the judiciary. Uh and, um What you have. There is not just you know, It's funny. People talk about these being unprecedented times and oh, my goodness. We've got going change things because of the pandemic. Well, the founders and people who study these at the outset of the country. They were not unfamiliar with emergencies on with problems. You know, they just come out of the war against England at they form the Constitution. And so they did not kind of blindly set up the separation of powers in ignorance of the fact that you could have emergencies that meeting to be dealt with. And So because of that there isn't just kind of a general exceptions. You know the emergency exceptions to everything in the state and federal Constitution instead. What you have Our legislatures, state legislators will enact laws. Give some measure of emergency powers to the executives. They recognized that there may be a need Thio act swiftly and efficiently in the face of Ah An emergency, and so they'll have legislation. That kind of lays out. Here's what the governor or other officials are allowed to do here. The restriction bun. It's the limitations on it, and it is a It's not an unprecedented or something that nobody thought of, and it's not unbowed, did power. The executive will be allowed to declare certain types of emergencies. That's is a public health emergency. Another the kinds of powers but we're seeing here now. Unfortunately, The problems that we're shooting and part of what PLF is focused on the limits not being respected. On. That's where you get some of the erosion of the separation of powers and the checks and balances that that we need to have that we expect to have one of my observations about the Use of executive power is that obviously, obviously the legislative process often takes Quite some time. It cannot act on a dime. Although the declaration of war after Pearl Harbor would took a second and Congress acted with remarkable fifth speed regretfully after 9 11 so legislate this can act fast, but they are not known to act fast, so therefore, in recognition of the fact That government must on occasion. Be nimble. When states of emergency or whatever the phrases are declared by the executive for that period of time. The executive is then automatically granted powers that otherwise would be nothing short of dictatorship. But what's has been for gotten in my opinion, and Glenn, I'd like you to speak to this if you could. What in my opinion has been for gotten? Is that the reason that we have this extraordinary? Seeding of power to the executive is only to give and this is the phrase I want to focus on. It's on ly to give the Legislature time. To react as legislate is due. That is, it's a stopgap. It is the exception, not the rule, and therefore the government. The governor or the executive to class in a state of emergency makes the immediate immediate decisions that must be made. Until and only until the Legislature steps in. So what has happened is the exception has become the rule and there's no there's no way there's no mechanics and Glenn help us understand this. For thee, the executive toe voluntarily declare, Okay, The funds over the state of emergency is now over. So Legislature transferring power back to you. Now await the the laws, which I am supposed to enforce. How does it stop and hasn't the concept that it's supposed to be very temporary? Hasn't that been lost in the wash? Dad and again, you, You know for different issues that we could talk about their. But the first thing that I thought that you comment sparked you're exactly right. Powers given to the governor, not because the Legislature made the determination the governor, the smartest person in the state, or, you know the best ableto handle, you know, balancing the different competing considerations. It's just a matter of we need somebody to be able to act decisively and nimbly at a time when you know the Legislature might not be obsession. You may have legislators spread throughout the state to have difficulty in an emergency situation, getting together and convening. On. So the governor has given these temporary powers and you know we're we're speaking generally here. Of course, we've got 50 different states on DH 50 different solutions. 50 different approaches, so To some extent, we're generalizing a little bit, but there are states. We're often these emergency powers have explicit time limit 15 games or 30 days. I think even were the legislation itself does not have that kind of a written time limit. It's still understood that these were intended to be temporary. Kind of powers. And your question of how do we enforce that? How do we make sure that happens..

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"thio" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"thio" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Campaign worker had to say about some of the other staffers, including himself. Working for Sanders Project. Veritas dropped some bombshell hidden camera video on the same day as the Democratic debate, and it is quite revealing. This, and they also talked Senator Ted Harvey with the committee to defend the president. Welcome back. They also talked about how they need Thio reeducate, the pro Trumpers And this might be why they want to get free education away. They need to reeducate them. Just like the Nazis had to be reeducated after the war. Oh, my gosh. And putting us in the gulags. What he was also saying, Is that the police that are coming to the national convention if Bernie Sanders doesn't win the national convention that the police that air there to secure safety in the area are the ones that are going to need protection because they're the ones that are going to get hurt. I mean, it's outrageous. What he was saying in these videos. And, of course, he's just one volunteer, one paid staff or somewhere in the long line of staffers for presidential campaign, But but this is the kind of people that are attracted to Bernie Sanders. These are the ones that are part of Antifa. They're the ones burning down. Cities and beating up students that are that are going tio here. Conservative people talk on campus. This kind of stuff is running rampant throughout the leftist movement in the United States, and we've got to shut it down in the media needs to do a better job of highlighting this because this is this kind of Let me catch. My words cannot happen. In fact, Senator Ted, he said they would start with burning Milwaukee and then they would spread it. And so this is 38 year old Kyle Derek. He is a paid staffer for Bernie Sanders. Let's go to the video in here a little bit from his mouth directly. You kind of consider yourself like where on that spectrum.

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"thio" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"thio" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Inspire informing connected community of entrepreneurs. I'm Alex really, and this is business rock stars. I am joined by Biola Lee. She is the co founder of rock Green Organics. And we're gonna talk about overcoming obstacles and entrepreneurship today, which there are a lot of them are there Just see that you probably encounter. Let's start from the beginning. When you transitions from more of a 9 to 5. Maybe it was 96 7 job, Teo, starting your business. What was the first obstacle you encountered? I think the first obstacle is You really need Thio make a commitment and just go for it when you start worrying about well, I'm gonna get you know my guys start making extra dollars is gonna come in and Might get kind of within the first month, and you can't just you have to commit the commitment and just before And now that you may or may not have a salary. I always right. No. I always said that entrepreneurship is so much mental, too. You have to maintain your confidence and you know it's natural for fear, self doubt and worries to creep in. But how do you deal with those feelings than move past them? Well, I wouldn't if I were disabled them every morning thinking Wow, The top of the world would be like which is refreshing. So thanks for being honest and a lying you really There are so many things out there now that entrepreneur sometimes when he started, you don't know what you don't know. You might think that you have a great plan, but you're really good at one thing, And you know, you never fail everything that you plan seems to work out and you might think that you had a couple backup plans and things were gonna work up, but there's always gonna be a bump in the road. And everything you do, And I think the one thing is to never be afraid of family. And that's okay. Because you have ethics can you'll fail or something? It was a stupid idea that idiotic and now you just you take what they have to say..

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CPS alumni call for immediate termination of police officers in Chicago public schools

John Williams

09:32 min | 2 years ago

CPS alumni call for immediate termination of police officers in Chicago public schools

"Of Ah, Let's see. They are Chicago public schools alums, and they are writing a letter. They wrote a letter to the mayor and Janice Jackson alumni for the abolition of police in schools and basically, let's just read some of it to you here. As graduates of Chicago public schools. We urge you to terminate the CPS district contract with Chicago Police Department in advance on the August 31st 2020 Deadline. So City Council was supposed to take it up again and in the summer to see if they renew it or not, but they want it done now wanted over and let's talk Tio. Let's talk to one of people was part of this who wrote this letter and as part of his group Rest E fu phone on. I hope I said that. Right? You're what did I do Okay with that Rusty You did a great job and I'm happy to be here. I'm happier on too. I mean, look, I'm one of those who believes that should be up to local principles and local schools. You are not one of those people. You want this terminated right now. You don't think police belong in the schools. And I guess explain to us your position. Why? That is So I really think that you know the money going towards funding. The contract could be used to fund better resources to create better burning environment. You know, the contract is worth $33 million. That could be funding. You know, over 300 social workers, psychologists. This position is not really a firmer evidence rather than criminalized. Um, well, I think principal could make that decision and 33 million box. It's not you can't purely be a financial argument. I don't think Rusty because 33 million bucks is a lot of money to you and me, but CPS budget of 7.7 billion. And if you think about how 33 million is distributed, I mean, look, I don't have that goes. I just understand why, if a principal and the local school council which ultimately be ideally represents the parents, the teachers, the administrators and everybody, you know the community leaders and community groups that if they all believe that you know what our school one needs a police officer What? Why wouldn't it be okay? Well, you know, you have the loc it up completely. And then you have the students who are actually going to school. Dealing with the school resource officers on the day to day basis on the fact is that most people do not feel safe. But the school resource. No district of you know, almost 89% of color and I'm 36% of students are black and on a national scale black students are 2.2 More times likely to be referred tomorrow enforcement. So kind of, you know, message that thunder students when we have the story starts off in our school. How do you know most students don't feel safe. Has there been a pole of Students. I mean, how do you? How do you know That's true? Because look, I'm sure if I went out there, you could probably find people who say that they they've had a good relationship with the police officer has been stationed in their school for 15 years. Doesn't that exist, too? Well, you are on a local level. At my side. We had a debate about the student body and other responses will be collected. You know, over 90% of students out that we should remove school officers. The 10% felt like we should keep them. They you know they were in favor of having those peasants police officers for a shooter. Situation and, you know, data showed that resource officers don't really make a difference in that situation. All right. So you're you're you mentioned what kind of cut out there for a second. But you mentioned Northside Prep College prep, which is where you went, and which is with one of the schools that is making moves to remove police officers, right? I think I saw a story about that yesterday. Maybe Yeah, you know, we believe were one of the first actually vote to not retain our school resource officers, But I guess my my pushback on that rest he would be. I mean, you've got to be a bright person because no one gets into Northside College prep. First of all, Let me just put that out there because, of course, you have to score like 99% of all the tests in order to even get we've looked at. It's Ah, It's not a school that's known for violence. I've covered crime in the city for years, and I responded to violent crimes. Many many, many times many, many, many days I went to schools. Many, many times as well. I never went to Northside College Prep, and I didn't want to Lane Tech either, which is one of the other schools you attended. Those kinds of schools may have different needs. Isn't that fair to say? That is hard to say. But I think you know whether you're at Northside or whether you're a student in the throes of Inglewood. We all believe that we should have, you know, a better learning Thio more, you know, affirming learning community one where the horses are going to, you know, dealing with trauma that we experience growing up in the city rather than you know, having Cory and criminalize criminalizing them and sort of perpetuating the school president Pipeline. Is, um Is there some way of just kind of polling schools are we are sorry students because that's what you're pointing out. You're saying it's the students who really want this? Is there some way of truly figuring this this out? What would their with their concerns are there with their poles? Are is that is that something you guys are trying to do or so left unmentioned. We pulled Northside in particular and open 90 students. 90% of students were in support on our website. GPS alumni number

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"thio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"thio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Real estate with your host, Margaret Good afternoon Baltimore and Happy Fourth of July weekend. It is a hot one out there not just the fireworks from yesterday, but it is. Warm. It is hot. It is thick out there. Hope you're all inside nice and coal and listening to all about really estate. And if you'd like to talk about realestate Give us a call. You're listening to Margaret Rome are calling numbers for 10 9226680 and anything that you want to discuss about realestate. I would be happy to take your call again. That number 4 10 9226680 Last week, I said I told you that I needed a home and the Hamdan area We wanted it in move in condition. I had a buyer that was ready to go. I am very proud to say that we found that home. We are under contract. And we've got happy buyers. And I hope a happy cellar and I will just wanted to give a shoutout to a very special realestate age. And I just thought she she really cared one of the things that I say that I didn't make up. I think Teddy Roosevelt made this statement was people don't care what you know until that They know that you care. Let me repeat that. People don't care what you know until they know that you care. And this agent that I'm working with her name is Holmes. Exemplifies that she really cares about her cellar. And it's such a pleasure to work in the real estate industry. When you find realestate agents that care about their clients. It's not just about sticks and bricks. It's not just about making that next deal and If you're thinking about buying a home if you're thinking about selling our home if you want to discuss how to go about finding that kind of a really estate agent, give me a call, and I don't just mean in the Baltimore area. I mean anywhere in the country. Luckily, I have quite a network of people in every state and Could help you find a real estate agent that could work with you. Most of you know that I specialize in unusual Holmes hard to sell homes. If somebody says that they're house has been on the market for a long time, and the reason it hasn't sold and they give you a whole list of reasons. Agents don't want to take that property. Whatever. That's the one said I really like. I like the challenge. I like finding the person who What's that unusual property who Usually is a very interesting person who says I want something different, and I get to meet the most phenomenal people with these unique comes because they've got these terrific personalities. Well, I think I've got the best of both worlds to tell you about today. I say that the most popular home in air Maryland area to sow our colonials. If you need Thio purchase a house knowing you're going to Sell it within a year. Two years, three years and you absolutely cannot afford to lose on the best buy is probably that four bedroom brick colonial And what most would consider a good school system with a two car garage known. Everybody knows that's the kind of home that absolutely cells that's the kind of home that most parents want their kids to buy. Well, I have a four bedroom brick colonial and it's lovely. It's in a Perfect neighborhood. It is in a gated neighborhood. But once you get inside there is nothing. That is Ordinary about it. This is one of obviously you've heard me say this before one of my favorite homes Every time I have a very special home, it becomes my favorite home..

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