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Gogglebox faces union probe after reports of backstage bullying
"Let's kick off with some behind the scenes telling us a member of the crew on channel four's goggle box says that working conditions on the show Quite inhumane we know. These things are report by friend of the politics. Morrison adt the guardian ad for us. What exactly was alleged by this. Anonymous recently departed member of the production team and my understanding user as being a number of different allegations including People having to work extremely long hours in edit some you know. Obviously that has the kind of unsatisfied. Shen from the higher ups which is caused the shouting and various bullying bullying allegations from there And it just seems it's it's a production where the pressure was Just really piled on. I say union members to stop at anything union members off. It's kind of everyone that wasn't a top level. Seems to have really go in the neck when it comes to that production wished. Just frankly is i just personally. Don't get it. I think when you show. That's not big why it doesn't have all the resources to to make sure that everyone can run. That production properly is beyond me from my perspective. I joined the industry. Because i thought it was gonna be fun and i think that once you get into it because of the freelance culture because of the way that there's so much pressure and over the years because times and budgets have been squeezed. It's it's just become more and more stressful to to get things done and on also on top of that. There's been a huge amount egos creative egos existed in this industry as we as we all know and sometimes they can tip over into being a an incredibly toxic workplace And i just think it's i just think is really really sad that we have to wait until all of this outrage comes out and people have to make kind of complaints anonymously before inkling donna it. We should stress that they are compliant. Onuma sources as studio lambert gave the guardian a statement saying it takes the welfare of its teams extremely seriously across its productions and has a number of measures in place to encourage people to come forward with any concerns they may have as well as support systems for range of issues in the last twenty four hours back to his joined in as well having what if they've been saying they've set up their inquiry and i think they look they want to look much more broadly at the industry as a whole rather than To qassam on google books. But i think nobody box is a really good example because it is a very wealthy well established company. It's very well established brand that be making it. For years i mean obviously. There's the very fast turnaround on it. Which would put enormous pressure on on rolling those shows out but nevertheless it's a brand that's existed for a really long time and so by the time the series whatever you would think that you would have your production process. Fairly well oiled and organized. I just think it's about the culture of companies that can arise and as far as said when you go sania nia people who behaved badly. It becomes very very difficult for junior people to to call them out. It becomes very difficult. Doesn't it when it's a hit. That's kind of what we learn here. Isn't it because. I know from friends in the industry as well. The you actually take the job with a spring in your step as a freelance. Because you think we'll get through it for six or twelve weeks and then i'll have a terrestrial credit on my cv and it's well paid and there's no point making a fuss about out. Just do it because it's goku box and it's a hit sort of unlikely that studio lambert and gentlemen were completely unaware of the gossip. Everyone else was completely innocent. Yeah ice been known in the industry for quite a long time. And i absolutely would not believe they were not unaware and of course unfortunate that culture of coming in for twelve weeks thirteen weeks ain't going away and saying nothing encourages. The practice continued. Never she gets surfaced until for example surface. Now i think in a way this is not a new story and indeed on this very podcast. We've discussed this topic several times in the past and we've talked about it not just in the context of tv production within other sectors in the media industry but sick in the newspaper industry for example where As almost being an acceptance in the past by subs pushing people on stories pushing them to get more copy out and so. I think you know any industry that permits bullying by management should not be allowed to do so. It's not an acceptable practice. We all understand that deadlines can be tight. We will understand that. Maybe resources a tight. That's something you have to sort of live with. But how you handle that pressure or how you deliver. That pressure is difficult. I mean there's nothing wrong with the manager setting a deadline. But you don't shout at people you can always discuss things in a calm rational way to say. Look either it can be done or it can't so this sort of shouting culture bullying culture unacceptable but it does seem to be it's almost become endemic and almost accepted in certain sections of the media. And it really has to change. It really does.
Gov. Newsom and teacher unions clash over school reopening plans in California
"Big topic today is getting. These schools reopened particularly the lower grades. It's happened in many parts of the country but california like a number of states is stuck and the unions are one of the big blocks even today. Newsom cited word from the director. That vaccination is not necessarily a prerequisite for reopening school safely. We're going to talk now to mark run alert. Abc news kfi about more on this story. Mark what's this about guy. So the cdc today the director of the cdc doctor rochelle walinsky said that Just that that the the vaccinations are not a prerequisite to opening school safely or at least the evidence. There's mounting evidence to suggest that that's the case. They say that it appears you can reopen schools. with mask mandates and social distancing and that that can be done safely One of the things that they cite here is a study from wisconsin where they looked at the. Cdc looked at seventeen Schools in rural wisconsin in the fall last year over thirteen weeks. There were masks being worn in the school And they said that there were one hundred and ninety one cases of covid nineteen over those thirteen weeks They said that only seven of those could be attributed to transmission within the school itself and said essentially the school had Lower transmission rates than the community at large and so that kind of also pulls away the evidence or or concern that schools may be transmission centers. Like what we saw with nursing homes and places like that these close quarters where the disease can spread very quickly now. They're saying you need to do this with masks and social distancing so while this gives some fodder to the argument made by senate minority leader mitch mcconnell today that he was saying the democrats and teachers unions have been holding this up. Because they're they're saying they want to be vaccinated before they return. The biden administration is still turning this around to say. Well you know the hook entirely here. This still requires a stimulus plan from congress to get p and testing and all these other things so while they're essentially giving some fodder to the argument they're also saying you still need to get the stimulus done so it's not on a one to one. Give the teachers unions out here. In california are neat not even satisfied with just getting vaccinated themselves they want the students vaccinated as far as we know. There is no vaccine for kids under sixteen. It doesn't now. There's not nothing. That's fda approved. The fda approved the pfizer vaccine for sixteen years and older and then the moderna vaccine i believe is eighteen years and older so there is no vaccine right now with any efficacy. Study or concern about safety. Study that would involve children Particularly of school age children Maybe at best late high school but nothing in grade school kids and middle school kids. is there a timetable. Have you heard for chill vaccine. No no. I don't know because you know that would require some further study that those studies may be ongoing between the pfizer and madonna vaccines in some of these other vaccines but the clinical trials that took place and which the fda approval of these vaccines are based off of. Were in adults. They were done. You know to take part in these studies. The phase three trials with the thirty thousand people that were part of these various studies. They were all eighteen and older I believe in the pfizer. Which is why they allowed it. Sixteen years and older and there was a this was part of the approval. Process was the discussion about whether or not they should include the limited data they had for people under eighteen but they decided that again in their minds the benefit outweighed the risks so they allowed it to be for sixteen years older. So i mean that's where it stands out how how long the unions are going to be able to get away with this if we if we start looking at two years with the students not getting in person schooling while it might depend there might be obviously some push and pull their from the unions and from People who think that by vaccine should be given before they reopened. But you do have the biden administration and the cdc now suggesting the other way that this can be done without that. So that's going to add some pressure to it and clearly. There's support on that largely in the republican side so now you have know. Essentially the top democrat The president of the united states in his administration saying that. This can be done safely without having to wait for
The $20 billion missing from this economy
"Los Angeles I'm Carl Rozelle Thursday I believe the twenty second of October has always to have you along everybody. We're going to start today with a story about something in this economy that is not there that isn't happening and what that means. We're going to set it up by noting that seven hundred, Eighty, seven, thousand people lost their jobs last week and made first time claims for unemployment benefits less than the week. Prior, it should be said, and also that the Labor Department adjusted downward is numbers for the previous couple of weeks. And that's good. It really is but the number of people on government assistance because they have lost their jobs is still stratospheric. Lee High millions of them are running out of benefits and as you know, those extra six, hundred dollars a week went away in August. And that to get back to the thing that's missing is sucking billions of dollars out of this economy compared to earlier in the pandemic how many billions? Marketplace's Mitchell Hartman gets the lead story today. The answer is. Twenty billion dollars a week. That's how much is not getting into out of work Americans, pockets since a bunch of federal assistance programs for the unemployed started running out in midsummer Andrew Statler at the Century Foundation says based on Treasury data, they were getting twenty six, billion a week that as come crashing down to just six billion dollars, it's much less support to. Families and to the economy than we had six hundred a week in federal pandemic payments expired at the end of July the President's partial replacement program ran out of money last month also folks laid off back in March and April are now running out of their twenty six weeks of state jobless benefits some but not all are getting a thirteen week federal extension. Unemployment benefits now average three twenty a week across the country. It's even less for gig workers on pandemic on employment assistance and that has made a huge dent in the purchasing power of households suffering unemployment says Mark Hamrick. Dot Com, they are really having to scrape to get by these days just for basic needs such as pay for shelter, pay the bills to put food on the table and forget about luxuries. That's exactly what Brooke Wetzel has seen play out in her florist business in La when the economy started to open up late spring sales picked up but since August things have gotten pretty slow people might have that you know extra fifty to seventy five dollars per fire arrangement. So woetzel's working part time now spending the. Rest with her homeschooling kids I'm Mitchell Hartman for
Review: Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2
"The Galaxy Z. or Fold to. The Galaxy said full to phone. So you may remember I had last week I had the Microsoft duo which was a dual screen phone. That on Hanjin, the middle unfolded. And, I thought this just the software didn't really use it very well. I loved the idea was beautiful harbour, very thin and light and. And everything but it just it was Kinda Janke I could make it fulltime phone. So I sent it back and I took the money. And then some and apply because this is a two thousand dollar phone this galaxy fold, which means you don't have to worry about it 'cause that's ridiculous. Ridiculous. Four Times more than you need to spend for phone. If you need a new phone, you want Andrew get get the Pixel for a or you know that'd be fine. The Google phone but I'm you know me I'm interested in technology and and what we're technologies going. So I thought well, I should try this. I can always return it. If you know what I don't think I'm returning it's pretty cool. So it is thicker and heavier than a regular phone because it you know it's got it folds. It's like a sandwich, a sandwich with nothing in between. But on the other hand, the F- The unlike the Microsoft phone Microsoft not a they don't want you to think of as one. It has screen when it's folded. So you can see notifications, you can actually use it. It's a little it's thinner than a regular phone would be. So it's kind of you know it's not a it's kind of an odd ball screens, really thin and tall compared to any phone that you might use but still. Totally usable can and you don't look like a silly person making a call. It's just it's Kinda. It's Kinda thin. Kind of kind of kind of a weird aspect ratio, but then it has a fingerprint reader face reader, which is good for these days of masks. But then. Let's say you you. You launch a program or something on the front face when you open up the phone, it goes to the open when it's so big. So big nice and spacious. Now. It's like a little tablet and yeah, it was a little concerned about the folding screening indefinitely see that where the fold is doesn't doesn't disappear completely. But it kind of disappears from your awareness. And I have to say. It seems very well made. I wasn't going to get this because I thought. Oh. This Janki. is going to be silly this can be really Janke. You know it's really fun taking a picture with this big screen is huge. Like a bigger with an IPAD which I've always mocked people for. Taking a picture with an IPAD. So this isn't quite so big boy. It's kind of Nice, because you can really see what's going on. You know the pictures it's really like it's like holding. Like holding a big print in your hand. So you can see what it's GonNa look like when it's printed. And of course, Samsung always made the best screens. These are really gorgeous screens and it has a lot of features that duo left out. It's the fastest. Processor out there for for for android the QUALCOMM snapdragon it's It's got wireless charging. It's not waterproof for does proof as definitely not break proof which should make you nervous because if you drop this two thousand, it's like holding a Faberge egg in your hand. If you drop it, you bought it. You know you know. I I went out and took pictures of the other day and I thought. I better, not drop this. This if this falls out of my hand, that's That's a lot of money. So I I I have to say I'm not going to recommend anybody by this crazy expensive two thousand dollars for a phone. But. And, it's not a much better phone than the four hundred or five hundred dollar phone. It's just that. I was curious about folding screens and now I have to report. I'm pleasantly surprised. Unpleasantly surprised it actually It actually is pretty surprisingly functional and it doesn't feel I thought that folding screens gotTA. Be Weird rights feel plastic ear something. Once you open it up you kind of forget it that it you know that it's a plastic or anything it's just a big screen. It's Kinda Nice to have such a big screen in your pocket. So I'm I'm I'm actually very pleased I might even keep it. I know I know I know. A lot of money and then Someday. Did iphone. Event Invitations. Go Out. No, no nobody. Got Him. Okay I. Often don't get him so I don't know. I can't tell but I don't think they went out which means. Well, it's not going to be this week for the IPHONE twelve events like probably probably not gonna be could be next week. Everybody kind of agrees is going to be in October. So it could be maybe October. What is that six? Week from Tuesday yeah. Or October thirteen week from Tuesday they'll nuts new iphones. What do you think they'll be two thousand no but I bet you be able to get him up there. Close. Yet You know you get the. iphone twelve pro Max. With All the available storage they're offering whatever that is five twelve or to fifty six. I think I think you might get it up to fifteen hundred bucks crazy. But people and these things these phones are not. You know their fragile. Which means you got to buy insurance. So add that to the cost of the really not meant to be used for more than a couple years. So. So I'm thinking. maybe we should just you know think of our phone is a phone stick with that. I'll do the. Do the crazy. Spend for weird stuff just to let you know. I don't think this folding phones going to be cheap ever because I think it's an expensive part I. think that's really the problem.
ACC sets 11-game fall football schedule
"The ACC has made a lot of news today and eleven games schedule Ten conference one non conference over thirteen weeks the first game somewhere. After the first weekend of the season, and there will be one division of the big story out of this as Notre Dame. Andrea. Adelson covers the. ACC College football for ESPN, and we are delighted to welcome Andrea to the program. Andrew thanks. We knew this day was coming. We didn't think Notre Dame was going to be left at home. But your reaction to everything we have we have found out here in the last hour. Notre Dame being discussed as an ACC member for this just one year only it football is something that has been under discussion for the last several months says the ACC coaches, athletic directors, and Obviously League membership and Jacks war break at Notre Dame try to figure out the best scheduling model for US moving forward in order for us to try at least play a season with some uniform scheduling and a little bit of equity while also trying to eliminate long-distance around the ACC, it's impossible to do that. But at least they can try and bringing notre. Dame into the fold and obviously helps the ACC in terms of the number of MARCI Games now in the conference and it helps. Notre Dame because they're able to fill out an entire schedule, they're going to have opponents that are following the exact same protocols because that is in the ACC policy everybody's got to follow the same medical and testing and health and safety protocols and Notre Dame is eligible for the ACC championship game. This year without the divisions, it's going to be the top two teams based on conference win percentage Notre Dame would be eligible for the Orange Bowl. They don't make it into the college football. Playoff. So alive folks inside the League feel like this is a win win even though it's just for this one year this is kind of a a dream scenario of seeing Notre Dame's football in conference.
1.5 million new jobless claims were filed last week
"New York more than one point five million Americans filed first time claims for unemployment benefits last week the numbers out today from the labor department pushed the total number of jobless claims filed over the past thirteen weeks to at least forty six
1.5 million new jobless claims were filed last week
"More than one and a half million Americans filed first time claims for unemployment benefits last week the numbers out today from the labor department pushed the total number of jobless claims filed over the past thirteen weeks to at least forty six million latest report is basically in line with what analysts were
Nearly 40% More Movie Theaters Open This Week, Including 15 in California
"Actors actresses directors film crews back on work working in Hollywood movie production and movie theaters allowed to re open in California after thirteen weeks in mothballs due to covert nineteen but it also impacts LA county where the movie business is the third biggest industry employing five thousand small mom and pop businesses and two hundred sixty thousand people the losses to the industry globally from the stop down five billion dollars but life in the industry for movie fans will be very different movie theater chain some white AMC entertainment warning of possible bankruptcy expected to spread out seating for audiences and require
Army: Esper reverses plan to send active-duty troops home
"Active the Pentagon nation's duty chief largest troops mark theater esper sent chain to the has Washington says abruptly it's in DC real reversed region financial an to earlier help trouble if decision needed to send with civil some active unrest duty start AMC troops starting home says to from leave it may the Washington be curtains as DC when protests it comes region to turned its business violent model some this thirteen week the roughly movie hundred chain thirteen says troops it hundred had does been sent not troops know here how were sent as much protests longer to this it'll area be turned able violent to they last haven't been as use army the coronavirus secretary and senior Ryan crisis defense McCarthy officials continues tells tell the the AP AP the virus the Pentagon the is troops shot decided are at theaters now this morning beginning nationwide to to send pull home out and that about means two they while can't hundred president make of money them trump from has packing hours talked people about later using in he to the see was military told their favorite Esporte to put films reversed down the violent decision but it's in protests the after immediate a visit future to the Pentagon White that the House chief plot mark thickens esper it's unclear AMC said this if morning esper and other conditions topped chains with president are do expected not trump warrant to re open while to using at they're the end active of the month duty there troops is growing but even tension that for may law not between enforcement flip the Pentagon the script and I do financially the White not support House about for the invoking military one thing the people response insurrection may not act be to eager which the protests esper to flock says back should to the multiplex only this morning happen right as S. away a spread last and tamp resort there may down not be in enough the the president's most films dire threats to situation to use lure active them duty Hollywood's Sager troops push to make back dominate ani all its Washington big the streets summer movies the option and to use in some active cases duty forces released in them a directly law enforcement to the role internet should only I'm be used Oscar wells as a Gabriel matter of last resort the card he says he thinks the shift on sending some home is to ensure there is enough capability on hand in case of violence flares up Sager mag ani Washington
Congress locks Trump oversight into $2.2 trillion package
"Two million dollar package that is supposed to jolt or I think how Donald Trump said kick and academy struggling kind of like I think you know to the economy because the coronavirus a pandemic there were days of marathon negotiations rumors of people trying to stick a new deal stuff into the package and upset that a slush fund will help big companies and there might not be oversight of the slush funds so there was back and forth and White House legislative affairs director Gary Gilliland said right before one AM ladies and gentlemen we are dot after leaving Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's office following negotiations that have gone around the clock they have a deal some kind of forming as agreements in Florence and at last we have a deal after days of intense discussions as soon as we have bipartisan agreement on a historically package it will likely what what else package the details were not released no I it the we do not have the full details of any pieces without give you the Majority Leader described it as a wartime level of investment for our nation and he said the Senate would move to pass it later in the day on Wednesday which thank the Senate will then reconvene at No the exact time has not yet been set for the vote what should be going on at the full details about the release of the last twenty four hours the elements of the proposal of committed her focus CNN two hundred fifty billion dollars has been set aside for direct payments to individuals and families three hundred fifty billion in small business loans the two hundred fifty billion dollars in unemployment insurance benefits that's a given then five hundred billion in loans for distressed companies the stimulus bill also has a provision that would block president Donald Trump and his family as well as other top government officials and members of Congress from getting loans or investments from treasury programs in the stimulus according to minority leader Chuck Schumer the baggage of the past Congress would be the most significant legislative action okay you will see a headlines saying trump doesn't get money from the stimulus package okay I don't like the idea of discriminated against one particular person but if they are saying members of Congress do not get to draw on the S. that's understandable and that's fair it's just that all the headlines to make them look like they cut off trump specifically yeah that's out media does but but I agree if Chuck Schumer if Feinstein of pelo see Tromp of McConnell you know you don't have issues and they need to draw on that money I get how Congress has to kind of recused themselves from this now on the flip side S. these leaders in Congress until have employees and have corporations that employ others you know I don't see how you can punish those employees so I'd like to see a little bit more of the details I get that you can't be in Congress and let's just say to get this will get money yourself and bail out your own company but on the flip side if Donald Trump does own multiple properties and he has to lay off and fire all of them because you know his business has to close when somebody else is doesn't that you know way to me is a big concern because the workers now speaking of workers another article CNN says of the federal government is going to give jobless workers an extra six hundred dollars a week on top of their state benefits for four months as part of the two trillion stimulus deal they said it as unemployment insurance on steroids going to Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer but most importantly the federal government will pay your salary your full salary for now four months so for months we're gonna talk about that while the extra money in the deal would fully replace the lost wages of some higher paid workers it would significantly add to everyone's regular state benefits which range anywhere from two hundred to five fifty a week depending on the state this is a massive boost unemployment insurance is projected to cost twenty fifty billion which is part of that stimulus package more than three million we believe our file for first time jobless benefits last week as governors around the country shut down most nonessential businesses okay sell they say V. has chance lawmakers want to added the thirteen weeks of extended benefits which would be fully covered by the federal government currently state unemployment checks last up to between twelve weeks and twenty eight weeks depending on the state most states provide up to half a year of benefits the new deal calls for new pandemic unemployment assistance program which will provide jobless benefits to different contractors gig economy workers and the self employed you typically don't qualify for such assistance that I agree with you these benefits would mirror what's available in individual states they would also assist those who have had their hours reduced by providing incentives to states to adopt work sharing programs which allow employers to cut workers hours but not lay them off those workers are then eligible for some unemployment benefits some twenty seven states plus the district of Columbia already have work sharing laws so let's say you don't get hired back full time rather than what I like about this is rather than you being stock what's okay I either mon unemployment or or or you know I started with only part time this allows you get some adult now here's some things we have to think about from an economy standpoint okay so we are hoping that after whatever shut down like I live in a better shut down supposed to and I believe April twentieth no April eighteen seventy to eighty six six okay I think in my neck of the woods April sixteenth so we're open a little bit after Easter we're back on the road and everything's back up and going the problem is we're gonna be a huge reluctance of the community to go back out there now I saw an old people people running around and laughing you know hanging out and socializing maybe keep it a little bit social distance numbers also people with masks but for the most part it was quite and so we have a couple businesses and we told everybody we want to hire them all back as soon as we can but what if it's slow and so I like the idea of for most workers the whole you know may have an employer that is a little hesitant on re staffing for our type of businesses we own a couple super cuts we are going to want to make sure we have all hands on deck because we are expecting a bunch of people want to get their cotton veered stranded if you don't get a wax and things like that there's going to be people dying to get that stuff done so we want to make sure we staffed appropriately but you have other employers that are like we've just lost three months of money your income or however much income we're not going to hire everybody back or really gonna hire part time and so that's a concern the other concern that we have is during the recession the Obama years there was a reluctance to for people to go back to work and if unemployment was there an unemployment works why not and so the longer people are out of work there might be a small percentage of people that want to remain out of work so one thing that was smart about this is there seems to be a sunset they'll extend that extra money for four months and I am hoping by the end of the summer the economy starts to get back to normal but again we are looking at a possible new then I you know flus going to start coming out new cough and cold season
Jobless claims surge to record 3.3 million people
"The pandemic related surge in unemployment claims in the U. S. continues to reach unprecedented levels last week applications for jobless benefits top three million the onset of the corona virus in the United States has upended the labor market here many employers carried out sweeping layoffs in anticipation of disruptions that could drag on for months the coronavirus economic relief package passed by the U. S. Senate has received lots of attention for the twelve hundred dollar checks that'll be going to Americans but is in Paris and yell courts labor explains a greatly expanded unemployment program could be even more helpful to many families the bill would add six hundred dollars onto each weekly unemployment check for four months that's a meaningful bump currently unemployment checks average around three hundred seventy dollars the additional money would mean the average worker would have their wages fully replaced the bill would also extend the length of unemployment insurance people are allowed to receive by thirteen weeks currently the maximum in most states is twenty six weeks or half a year in addition many more people including the self employed and new entrants to the job market would be able to sign up for the program if passed by the house this could be a widely used program as the economy suffers a crippling blow due to the pandemic last week new jobless claims hit nearly three point three million shattering previous records Danielle Kurtzleben
Fed to buy Treasury bills starting next week to ease money-market pressure
"East fed judge our own Paul this week said that the central bank will resume buying treasury securities to avoid a repeat of the recent turmoil in money markets while leaving his options open on interest rates he indicated that the purchases would be made up of treasury bills and he stressed that it should not be seen as a return of crisis area Cutie I want to emphasize that the growth of our balance sheet for reserve management purposes should in no way be confused with a large scale asset purchase programs that we deployed after the financial crisis neither the recent technical issues nor the purchases of treasury bills we are contemplating to resolve them should materially alter the stance of monetary policy use of got more with Steven and is had a pack of market strategist to add ACSI trade you know let's face the facts I think the you know looking back here back twenty seventeen twenty sixteen we knew the feds they're going to have this on enviable task when it came to unwinding this massive balance sheet now you know it came to logger heads as September when there's a delusion paper hitting the markets with tax receipts going out yeah this really put a lot of pressure on overnight finding markets just couldn't find an offer the repo market so these things just reeks of trouble but you know starting on that side of the street a couple decades ago tell you funding is always tight around quarter and and especially here and so for a lot of the you know or report guys this wasn't really that much of a catastrophe but fortunately the fed to come to the rescue the provided there one week to week repose they offered overnight repose unnecessary to suit the market's concern and I really think this reserve management policy aspect of Q. we is right on I think this is enough to help out the primary dealers deal with the delusion paper that's on the street right now Stephen how much more are you expecting the fed to deliver on in terms of rate cuts as we end up twenty nineteen going to twenty twenty I think the market Smith's pricing expectations of the states markets always want more that's for sure I think what we're looking at here is the fed's pretty March a highlighter overnight lows J. power highlighted overnight is the payroll data he seems to be happy with the number coming in around the three month average coming around around a hundred fifty seven thousand that suggests that city's gonna benchmark somewhere lower we think that benchmark somewhere around a hundred thirty five thousand we think it moves below there I think the sh the feds then do share from the sort of and easing cycle to the fullest easing cycle I think is really predicated on the data the feds have definitely shifted back into data dependency counseling and one work one rate cut I would be surprised if two hits if we see a deterioration which I think is unlikely mind you the generation on the payroll data but you know we'll have to just play it by ear and see how the data plays a I mean you look at break even Steven I mean this is a measure of expected inflation and we are at the lowest level in three years how does that play into how strategy should be done in US assets at the moment with everything we've talked about historically that suggests you know there's lots of wiggle room here policy wiggle room for the fence these but you know the inflation metrics of below for so long it doesn't even appear globally the delusions central bank gazing across the board is affecting inflation in any part of the world so I'm not sure how much a deeper move lower and overnight funding is gonna have stoked inflationary first that's a concern the feds have they got to deal with this I think more so they're really concerned about the effects of this global growth the X. if weeding everywhere impacting the US economy were starting to see that the manufacturing sector we all know the big talk here everybody's worried about it moving into the consumption sector I think this is what what they're most concerned about what they really want to defend possibly by taking more aggressive preemptive action that I even think they're they're going to come come forward with later in the week the FOMC minutes show policy makers are getting down to serious business that particularly focused on inflation J. Paul is promising to offset persistent on the shooting of the fed's two percent target by line prices to run above that for a period of time the problem is that how may no longer had the central bank when it comes to the time to follow through on the advice we got more with making a moccasin global chief economist at society general if we look ahead I would expect to see further rate cuts from the fed at this stage I think the triggers for the rate cut is basically the economic data that'll be coming in slowing pace of job creation leading indicators on the PMI I think all of that will feed into the fed's decision process but I think importantly if we look at just how low the fed will go we expect that coming into twenty twenty one we will see the range on the fed funds rate at back to zero zero point twenty five and one of the reasons for that is because we're building in this idea of a new under under shoot overshoot wrote world if we can call it that on the inflation side from the fed which means that it's it's a it's not an exact science but it probably means we get about fifty basis points lower than we may have been otherwise if we were just mechanically applying the old rule from the the the the rule that's currently being communicated by the fed so I do think even in the short term it gives us more monetary easing from the US side now coming back to to my previous point I think monetary policy help stabilize the situation what I really question is whether it can give us that that lift off that we previously been thinking about you know previously when you come into a downturn the central bank eases policy trade policy help stabilize the situation what I really question is whether it can give us that that lift off that we previously been thinking about you know previously when you come into a downturn the central bank eases policy this helps credit constraints on various balance sheets and it also increases demand for credit but also importantly at bye bye getting that strong lift down on the interest rate you get that accelerating effect and I did struggle to see how that's coming through at this point in time I I belong to the group of economists that think that there is such a thing as a reversal rate where if you get interest rates very deeply into negative for very long period of time it starts actually to hurt the economy rather than help the economy now if you ask me where exactly that reversal rate is the answer is I'll tell you what we've seen it because it's not something that any of us with any accuracy can pre defined but I do think we're getting lower levels I still think monetary policy is positive at this stage but just not that strong acceleration okay which was talk about the fact that straight to your because you take me very naturally that have we hate is a reverse the race with a negative rates in Europe at the moment but I think what we're seeing is a it's a very fragmented picture across Europe because there is the German rates yeah as for example the Italian right so it's a very different picture but what we have seen and I think this is an indication that we are getting closer to that reversal rate we have seen a lot of noise out of the German financial industry some of the the larger managers there warning us about the potential damages of those very low interest rates and very negative interest rates as a process over the longer term keep in mind that the German banks will find it very difficult to pass on the negative rates to their retail consumers keep in mind that the pension and insurance companies will also be struggling the lower the longer rate environment stays with us for and then there's a final point to the lower for longer is that it has been encouraging that hunt for yield so at some point in time we can be concerned how much longer can you continue to sustain asset valuations that a mismatch with fundamentals but being supported by liquidity okay I'm gonna should be a Greek government bond jeans at you and I I'm Tracy myself with old live three thirty five forty percent years that have like a ten year government bond paper what I need to know from you is what back one point forty one attends yesterday grease joined the negative bone to cloud the issue thirteen week bills negative point zero two is this is this Paul McGann madness or is it perfectly acceptable logic I think it's perfectly acceptable logic and for two reasons for this so first of all if we think about what's going on today are we worried that there's going to be a new debt restructuring increase and to my mind the answer is no are we worried that we're going to see and in the foreseeable future any kind of except by Greece from the euro again my answer is no and as an investor looking at grace looking at a hunt for you to Asian it makes perfect sense to go into Greece at this point in time just from the from the belief of those two questions now of course if things start to deteriorate again we could be in a very different a position but in the short time I think it's very consistent what we're seeing
"thirteen weeks" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
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FDA approves device to treat heart defect in tiniest babies
"Some hope for babies born with very low birth weights. The FDA has approved a new device it can treat the tiniest of infants CBS's Traci Townsend spoke with the mother of twins who were born quite premature thirteen weeks early say, we're fighting for their lives, then came the diagnosis that Irene board. Just one pound thirteen ounces had a heart defect known as a Payton doctors arteriosclerosis or PDA honestly, truly scared that we're not going to bring her home. Doctors told the Feltner about a new device to close the opening called the Piccolo smaller than a p the device from Abbott can be implanted in babies weighing as little as two pounds through a minimally invasive procedure using a catheter to direct the device to the heart. Every year nearly twelve thousand very low birth weight babies. Are born with that heart
"thirteen weeks" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"This earning season, which we should have a pretty good feel for where this quarter that ended in the on December thirty first two thousand eighteen is going to end up as of last week. We're looking for a twelve point nine percent bump in earnings versus the same quarter last year. I think the more important number is the quarter that we're currently in this quarter that we're currently in which is now what five five weeks out of twelve weeks into thirteen weeks into it. We could actually have our first negative comparison quarter over quarter. In a long long time. Well, we're up against some very tough comparisons. Because now we're into comparing quarters with the tax cut quarters of last year. But it is earnings earnings earnings that Dr stocks, Dr stock indexes individual stocks etcetera. And that's why I focus so much on earnings or if you own your own business, and you want to increase the value of your business. Increase the earnings of the business. We've seen a lot of examples of companies that have had exploding sales or sales are increasing wildly, but their earnings aren't increasing. Wildly. I think I think that. Twitter is a good example of that. I think that Snapchat is an excellent example of that. It's one thing to increase sales. But if you're not dropping more and more to the bottom line. That's what really makes your company more valuable. Whether it's a publicly traded company or a privately held company. Okay before I get into Chipotle league. I have to do a big one. I have to throw a big one in there once in a while because I know that a lot of people out there. Own these great big stocks from my perspective, the years I've been in the business over two decades. Now, I see stocks like Philip Morris Johnson and Johnson Kimberly Clark. And a lot of these slow growth companies. I tend to see them amongst the very large wirehouse firms. They like to peddle own pitch. These kinds of stocks because they're big household names that people feel comfortable with. And they can always well that stock isn't going anywhere. It's been around for ever. You know? Let's just take Philip Morris. Let's let's give an example here Philip Morris, which is headquartered in New York, New York. There's a couple of lessons here in this. Analysis number one do not chase stocks for big dividend yields. I was a very active writer on seeking alpha. I was contributing a lot of articles to them, but I just saw that whole website and their articles drifting towards big dividend paying stocks and reits and it really does lost its cutting edge type of. You know, content for me, and I just quit writing for them. You know, I wrote some good articles on stocks that were a little bit under the radar, and we don't know if we want to print this or not I said, you know, what I don't need this anymore. So I really don't right for them anymore. I see more articles about Philip Morris on their website and other big dividend per, so here's the attraction. All right. To a retiree they pay a dividend. Yield of five point nine percent. I could live on five point nine percent on my money, but you're leaving a big part of the equation out of that dividend yield of five point nine percent. Total return is growth, the capital appreciation or capital depreciation and the dividend combined together equal total return now my app, the best stocks now app shows the total returns of Philip Morris. Okay. This includes the dividend over the last twelve months. Philip Morris is down twenty four percent. Well, there's been all kinds of you know, there's always going to be litigation issues regulatory issues with the tobacco industry. Philip Morris is down twenty four percent. I you know, what I can already hear someone say, but I'm still getting my five point nine percent dividend. Well, okay. But the stock went down by twenty nine percent that back your dividend. Your total return over the last twelve months is minus twenty four percent. In other words, if you add one hundred thousand dollars invested in Philip Morris a year ago today, it's worth seventy six thousand. How is that a good investment and still getting my vipers nine percent? Dividend yield. Okay. Alright I give up then over the last three years. The stock has gone nowhere minus zero point eight percent. Market eleven point one over the last five years, it's delivered four point two percent per year market seven point three. And there's a lot more risk in owning Philip Morris than there isn't owning the S and P five hundred. But I promise if you gotta seeking alpha today if you go to seeking out tomorrow, you're going to see a headline of articles by some knucklehead somewhere. Why I'm backing up the truck and loading up on Philip Morris stock, well, I'm not backing up the truck loading Philip Morris stock despite of five point nine percent dividend Philip Morris currently ranks number six hundred. I'm surprised at ranks that I'd be honest. On a five thousand seventy seven I concentrate in the top about three hundred. Do not chase don't go. Go. Don't go chasing dividends. Isn't there? A song on that was don't go chasing waterfalls. Well, don't go chasing dividends. Either. I've seen too many five and six percent dividend yields attached to stocks that have been going down. Consider that Philip Morris was one hundred and twenty three dollars in two thousand seventeen and today at seventy six dollars per share. That is a big big loss during a bull market. In addition to that their earnings have been going down by three percent per year. All right. The cigarette smoking thank goodness is not a growth industry anymore. Now. Let's take a look at Tripoli. That is an outstanding turnaround. You know that japodlay? Went from seven hundred and fifty eight dollars per share clear down to three hundred and fifty two lost half more than half of its value. They had a problem. There Britos were serving up. You know, guacamole and pork and guard nita's and a little bit of E coli on the side. That was a major problem, especially when a company prided itself on clean, food and naturally sourced. And all this. And that their earnings went from fifteen dollars a share back in two thousand and fifteen all the way down to a dollar twenty eight per share in two thousand and sixteen and guess what? One two three five years later. They're finally back to fifteen dollars per share. And they're growing again. In fact, last year their earnings were or this year. Their earnings are expected to be a thirty five percent. Their earnings are expected to be up another twenty eight percent next year. We'll they're up against pretty good comparisons right now. But still my hat is off to Chipotle leaper turning things around. I still don't eat it. Chipotle C g you know. Look, I grew up in the next to the border where there's a fanatic taco shop on every corner. It's hard for me to go into Tripoli. Well, anyways, Tripoli's earnings up twenty eight percent quarter over quarter their sales up ten percent quarter over quarter japodlay dazzles with sixty six percent digital sales growth. Yes. They'll digitally deliver. They can't do that. That's coming down the road somehow that you'll be able to reach right into your iphone and reach in and get your burrito. But anyways, let's just take a look at Tripolis numbers. All right. Poli CMG. Is. Over the last twelve months. The stock is up seventy three percent market down five point seven. But they had a bad stretch a real bad stretch of five years. You know, this reminds me of the Domino's the turnaround at Domino's remember when they were running commercials on how bad their pizza was you couldn't tell the difference between the cardboard and the crust last night. Good. Well, anyways, Domino's turn things around Domino's is actually a pretty good stock these days, and it looks like japodlay is returning to. You know superstar status. It's now back to being a fourteen billion dollar market cap company. I have a five year valuation of nine hundred twenty is still a lot of top rank in my stock because it's still carrying around that baggage. Those three to five years of.
"thirteen weeks" Discussed on Phil in the Blanks
"I mean. I yeah. I made like three thousand dollars second. Yeah. Made about fifty two hundred thirty I made almost seven thousand dollars and my ex wife wouldn't happy with not at not drove home one day from gig. I've been going thirteen weeks. I drove up and house. We was written this little house. It was boarded up, and they were gone. And so you know, what up to Maine laws? How said they were angry 'cause I've been gone all this time. So I had another gig in two days. I didn't see my kids, and my wife, I drove back out to the gig next thing, you know, I'm homeless, man. I got nothing got nowhere to go. You know? So I suffered. But I I was in the biz. Though. Yeah. That was it. So what were you making a night when you would go on a road and go to these comedy clubs how much money will you make of between fifty or seventy five fifteen seventy five bucks. Yeah. Is stuff the road games with fifty everything I did locally up into that was twenty five dollars twenty five bucks. So you go for fifty bucks. But the crazy part about me. I would take the gig anywhere. I would drive from Cleveland the mobile Alabama for seventy five dollars, but you know, gas back was forty five cents a gallon, and I will go, and then I would stay down there because I didn't have enough, and if I put together three gigs that I made a hundred fifty I was seeing a hundred dollars home 'cause I couldn't put it in a tank and drive all the way back to Cleveland. And then the next gig and Florida, so I was sitting a hundred home, and I kept the fifty and I had to answer machine in my momma's attic. And that's how I check C if I gig and every time I got a chunk I was sending home to my ex wife and key. It's and I just. Up to fifty in you, you can make an fifty a week you're going to be homeless. Yeah. At Chao pretty quiz. I was in the eighties. Right. Yeah. Yeah. You know? Was there a time that it made a big jump when you went from like fifty dollars a gig to serious money or did it stair step yet Yemen? It stair step. What I did was I gotten pretty prolific at comedy club in as a host. And what idea was bought a box of those golf pencils and index cards and even as the opening act, I would pay a waitress a dollar to put the index cards at every table in the little golf pencil, and when I will go up on stage. I we're going to say, hey, look, I don't want you do nothing..
"thirteen weeks" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Of seven million dollar business in dog poop and apparently this business contract poop rinse contract with about three hundred properties in Seattle area. So even if this doesn't affect you. Now, it might in the future. Yeah. The interesting thing about this is an I'm a little puppy now. And he's thirteen weeks old and some of the places that we go where you think you'd find a lot of poop like some of the parks that we go to people are really good. They are. They are very good here about cleaning up specifically after their dog. So it was kind of shocking to me he had a little puppy appointment this morning because he has a little ear infection. So he went to see the vet. And I was walking I walked him outside because we need to get a specimen if you know what I mean before we went into see the vet. And so we're working on that. And I slid a little bit. And I thought that I missed his specimen, but it was somebody else. And it was kind of shocking to me that it was here in Seattle. And here we are outside a veterinarian clinic and somebody didn't clean up. It's what I don't understand though, is our priorities. Like right now, we are mad as Hornets when it comes to straw in this state when it comes to this better, not use a straw. And if you do use straw, and has to be a certain kind of straw. We are nuts about Trump. But what we don't really pay attention to is the fact that we have open heroin usage just about anywhere in the city right now. And then when it comes to poop poop all over the city, but it doesn't belong to the smokies of the world or my little dog. Charlie. It belongs to John and to marry into Terry. And human beings poop everywhere. So we're focused on the DNA of these dogs. So we can turn around and find someone right, right? I guess you get fined for two hundred dollars. But what about all the human poop? In the human feces that was just picked up in a place like Norgay, you talked to some of the dot workers have to go out and clean up after this. And we talked about this in the three o'clock hour or you talk to some of the police officers that have to provide cover for this. It is unbelievable. I don't understand sometimes for mad at straws. But at the same time, you do heroin ever you want smokey better, not leave a pile somewhere. But if humans do that's not really an issue for us in the Pacific northwest. Really good insight on this correctly. Now that you bring up the park thing that got me thinking because the the move on the east side, specifically woodinville was the halfway pickup. Where you you're walking your dog in someone will do the pickup, and they leave the bag for the next person. I'm I kid you not this is a woodinville move. Who's the next person? That's going to pick up the Barry. I don't know like you'll be walking the dogs. Hi, this is an east side thing. So like in Seattle there's enough trash cans. I think there's you know, there's nearby on the east side the dog will do its business. The bag is picked up sometimes they don't even tie the bag off this leave the bag right there on the side of the trail. And I don't see that in Seattle candy. Oh, you see it in Seattle neighborhood thing where trash all the time. When I lived on the east side. It's the it's the half scoop. Or if you're gonna scoop, it take it see what I did after pack it out after I smoked some other dogs poop, I went ahead and clean that up. Because it's now on my boot. But then I also felt responsible for somebody else. That's going to ask you this kiva. No it wasn't. It didn't belong to Charlie. I'm not proud of this. But I have done it if the bag is biodegradable. Yes, you can leave. Yes. Into a giant blackberry Bush because no one's going in there. Like, if it's a big blackberry bushes. I've never done that. So I think like I was in a long. Tried to pick blackberries and get totally Greg. Deepen, the black sheep. Okay. I don't know. I I was like I don't want to carry this thing all the way, we're not gonna leave it. So I'm going to go in the black. It's degradable bag go into blackberry Bush couple years that things compost. I I'm not gonna give you permission for that. You're looking for permission. Wow, that's allowed. I leaving it. I feel I feel like I should knock on a neighbors door. If I'm going to put the poop in their in their trash can even though it's biodegradable. I didn't know I had a neighbor light me up one time about leaving the poop in the in in not asking permission or putting that in your wall. If you don't walk into their driveway. Like if the garbage cans, it was already on the curve, and that's your garbage can really. Oh, yeah. You can leave you can leave the San and you can throw it in the blackberry. But I'm saying. Emergency situation, which is what I I would that be emergency Harriet, very far lazy. Lazy? It's not the same thing. To me emergency protection me is that allow emergency poop, situation, blackberry Bush, and I threw it deep. It's like not like within reach of the blackberries. This is like way in their ninety nine seven three. Anyway, I'm a so so you can get the DNA of little you can get that tested. And then you can turn in your neighbor. And then you can get them. And then who actually gives out the fine. You the the landlord is asking. Lisa. Landlord landlord, saying, look I had to pay two hundred dollars to get this DNA tested. So you're going to have to pick up the Bill for that. I think if you find a pile of poop one time, I you know, every once in a while the poop slide that's going to happen. But if if it's continuous then I could see then I could see no one strike and you're out situation. It is at least put a guy black, boop, and the blackberry bushes. No one gets finding that. Boop. One strike and you're out leaving it in the parking garage. Yes. Wow. Drop in your bag on the side of the sidewalk. Like, candy standards are all over the.
"thirteen weeks" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
"We finally saw them sputter after what dominating the league for thirteen weeks. BM you you can even say fourteen weeks with their losses even say they still played at a high level. And I don't like these teams kind of trouble at the end of the they got a little too confident who knows, but I so put them as a threat in the playoffs when it comes down to it. I'm not ruling them out in a second. If the eagles win this week. I think they'll make the playoffs. But they have to win the answer went out. They can't afford. They have to win out. But for sure when this week so that gives them weaving eating the Texans is that what you're implying. Yeah. Because the team that's a head of them. Right now is Philadelphia or excuse me, Minnesota, Minnesota's ahead of Philadelphia. Minnesota's last game. They play the lions this week. So they should win that game. But Minnesota's last game is against the bears. And when you look at the scheduling right now, Jeff the bears are going to try and win that game because they're only one game out of a by themselves. Like if the bears went out they have a good chance of getting homefield advantage at least in one of the two games and a first by so. Yeah that bears. Minnesota game is not going to be Minnesota playing against the bears backups more than likely. Yeah. Well, the bear the bears the bears gotta finish strong to end strong and going into the playoffs. Like if they want to get that for sure about like, you said they need to they need to win some games. And I honestly the biggest the biggest threat in the playoffs to me right now is the bears. Speaking of the bears. That's a great segue. Packers and the bears yesterday the bears get the win. Not only do they get the win. But they win the NFC north. Let's take a minute to the first time since two thousand ten was taken minute. And just sit back and think about it a bears team winning this division where they were probably the third or fourth most likely team to win the division before the year started Yacar is you're thinking Aaron Rodgers and the Packers you're thinking the Vikings who were so close for making the Super Bowl last year. Well, the game they had a win to make it to the SuperBowl. They didn't really show up, but they were closed. They were granted granted and a rookie head coach. Of really young quarterback Trubisky. The bears make that big move to get Khalil Mack. And we have to say everything that they've done this year has panned out. Absolutely. This team is has right now the most will mental has more sex than the entire Oakland Raiders team. Okay. That's just not fair to say because one team is way better than the other. You have a one player has more sex than the whole team. True. That's being who's not. It's not fair for who the player the team because I would say it's not fair for the team because they have to play they have to compare themselves to MAC. Yeah. It's unfortunate. But the bears not only that trade, but matinee has really changed this this franchise around. So the bears won twenty four seventeen Aaron Rodgers and the Packers. They lose a gin. And this will officially mean that the Packers will end the season what they losing record. The best. They can do is seventy eight and one. And it's back. I'm the Packers. I think I shutdown Aaron Rodgers risk there. If I'm being completely honest. I don't know. I don't know what they're gonna do. They probably because I don't want him to get hit anymore, man. He's my franchise quarterback. He's what thirty five thirty six years old now like he needs to just rest in my opinion. They don't need to win anymore. Meaningless games. Thus just how I feel I but I get it. He's a competitor. He wants to win Blake. You got to save the player from self? He's been taking a beating this year. He's been hurt all season. He hasn't been healthy one single game. So it's like. I think long term. I don't know. Yeah. They'll he'll probably end up there. That's probably the outcome. That is good a most likely happen and bought a line of this game is there's look like a series title contender in the Packers are in a rebuilding period. For the first time in a long time. But we need to go to a break..
"thirteen weeks" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things
"You could just see what's happening were they not up thirteen nothing in that game. I think it was there too. Six seven. There's thirteen knows thirteen nothing. Then the Travis Benjamin false start touchdown. I thought it was seven seven, and then they scored and then it was thirteen seven was in. And then it was twenty three seven have all I remem-. I remember cursing at halftime that I only bet a lot of money on the Steelers instead of more than a lot of money on the Steelers that that's what it was. All right. So they got up seven nothin Connor scores and a one yard run. They missed the extra point. So it was thirteen nothing. Then the full start that wasn't called made at thirteen seven. That's that was it. Right. That you couldn't have shut it off right there. Twenty three seven at halftime. They opened the second half with that. When you get it when they get a touchdown on a on a penalty that's not called. That's when you know the nights not gonna go. You should we should do a special on that game. This this. I said it last week. It was the first time all season in thirteen weeks that the three of us picked two games unanimously Browns Steelers. So if that happens again, and you're listening this, you know, how to make money. So we'll see if it happens again we fourteen so let are laid the Texans in the chargers. Let's get it going right now I game. And it's a rough on. I don't think many of you will be tuning in for this. When bills at home, minus three and a half against the jets who come into town, total thirty eight Gary I like the bills fine in this one. It's it's a bills lean. They are look there three and four with Josh Allen as the starter. And if they if they make that play at the end there four and three and they'd be five into against spread. They altered and cover last week that that final play in Miami. Even though that's really a game where they did a they deserve to cover in just. Josh Allen could have thrown the ball about three more yards. They win the game outright. The his hand weird and Klay probably should call it. Anyway, I think of it hits clay in the hands chest high knowing Charles clay, he would probably still find a way to drop it. So let's be honest there. So you like buffalo, I you know, three and a half bills are bills win. They're gonna win ugly. So you can't love it. I don't even know should've research. So the jets going to go back to Donald or they still sticking them account as anyone know, it's Donald. Hell healthy, and the he playing the old guy for some reason. It's it's leaning darnold. Okay. I don't know if that matters in your wagering. I honestly I just a better than mccowan than darnold at this. My Donald obviously, the quarterback in the future. He wasn't ready week one. He wasn't ready week nine. He's he's probably not ready week fourteen. All right. So you see Donald MAC game. You're even happier than to lay three. All right. Not thrill either way Scott where he got you nothing. I have absolutely nothing on this. If I had play it I would play over thirty eight just because that's such a low total, and it was a low total when these teams met it at MetLife. And the bills dropped forty one on them. I mean, the bills are not going to be dropping forty one. Neither are the jets, but combined to go over thirty eight that would that would be my slight lean here. Yeah. I have no feel on this game at all jets have collapsed completely three and a half. I don't know. I I wouldn't even begin to. I don't even know. I can't even give you over under on. The buffalo defense tries hard, but you know, thirty eight is so low so this is a hard pass for me. Next game the struggling Panthers go into Cleveland, Carolinas still road favourite here, minus one and a half against the Browns. Total forty seven Scott another tough game. The call. You know, I've been Carolina twenty two and five against a spread following road loss under head coach, Ron Rivera. I think I've used that a couple times this year starting when it was like twenty one and three..
"thirteen weeks" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"I still think that they would have an argument. Let's put it to you this way full week have made this point what if Ohio State got the play Alabama. What if what if Oklahoma got the play Alabama and Georgia got the play northwestern, Georgia got to go play, Texas. We would we put down Oklahoma for playing half nego- play Alabama if they played really well and it came down to that final play. Would you look at Oklahoma and say, oh now you loss? That's know, you would look at Oklahoma. Like, oh my gosh. You're right there against the best team in. How are you going to lose ground for going toe to toe with the best team in the country is I guess my point? So I don't I'm not caught up in two losses with Georgia. If they play well lose a close one I would be very strong advocate of saying that they still have an argument to be recognized is not the most deserving for. But as one of the best for a really good point on the Alabama front. And is there a number that you think would would keep them in with a loss to Georgia. I mean to me you've made a really eloquent case for for Georgia being in a tough game. Alabama hasn't lost yet wh-which their margin of error assuming they don't win this game. They would just have to lay an egg. I mean, even then I don't know. I don't know if that would be enough. I mean, they've been they've been the team in college football for for thirteen weeks. I mean, we've been marveling at two we've been more at this offense. And and the way they play it's hard for me to imagine them losing thirty four to fourteen are just getting blown out by Georgia. So I if if it's a good game and Bama competes, it's hard to imagine them going from one to five considering what happened last week with Washington state losing Michigan losing, it's a different if it's a different set of circumstances. Now where last week you could bring up well if Michigan wins out and and Georgia wins out and Clemson wins out. Notre Dame wins out. What happens Alabama, you you can then maybe make a case that Alabama could be left out. But with Michigan losing, I think it's very different argument. And I think that. If Bama competes and loses a close when I would be shocked if they didn't stay in the top four final question, Kurt we hear from fans and analysts alike about Ohio states twenty nine point loss to Purdue. How much of that did they race by the total beatdown of Michigan? Well, I think you have to look at Ohio State throughout this entire year and go back and look at some of the teams that they played in where they played them playing Penn State on the road being able to take care of Michigan state on the road, and people can say, whatever the big ten's, not need good. I can tell you firsthand going into those environments, those those are solid wins for them. But to be truthful, I don't think that even if urban Meyer were sitting here talking with us. He would tell you that they lived up to their potential, and it was almost like they were going through Nebraska, and Indiana, and Minnesota and Maryland, and they were just just doing enough to win and it and it took being an underdog at home against their big rival Michigan to bring out the best in them where they played with that edge. That's been missing. And that's my point. Is there ceiling is so high when they're clicking hitting on all cylinders. They would really help themselves to show the committee to back it up with another performance where they went out and played with that kind of passion that's been missing. Last seven or eight weeks until the Michigan game. So that's why I think state may have the most at stake this weekend to prove the people. Hey, it wasn't just one time that we're going to play like this. They need to back it up with another one to show that this is who we are type of thing. And if they do that, they will have a very very strong case going into that last that last meeting for the committee Kirk many, thanks for always appreciate it. Okay. Take care for great stuff. Cursory brings some really interesting elements there. Thank you for listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. The Paul finebaum show airs weekdays on the SEC network beginning at three eastern..
"thirteen weeks" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Would you look at Oklahoma and say, oh now you lost? That's to. No, you would look at Oklahoma. Like, oh my gosh. You're right there against the best team in. How are you going to lose ground for going toe to toe with the best team in the country is I guess my point? So I don't I'm not caught up in two losses with Georgia. If they play well lose a close one I would be very strong advocate of saying that they still have an argument to be recognized is not the most deserving for. But as one of the best for the that's a really good point on the Alabama front. And is there a number that you think would would keep them in with a loss to Georgia. I mean, I mean you've made. Really eloquent case for for Georgia being in a tough game. Alabama has lost yet wh-which their margin of era assuming they don't win this game. They would just have to lay an egg. I mean, even then I don't know. I don't know if that would be enough. I mean, they've been they've been the team in college football for for thirteen weeks. I mean, we've been marveling at two we've been marveling at this offense. And and the way they play it's hard for me to imagine them losing thirty four to fourteen are just getting blown out by Georgia. So I if if it's a good game and Bama competes, it's hard to imagine them going from one to five considering what happened last week with Washington state losing Michigan losing, it's a different if it's a different set of circumstances. Now where last week you could bring up well if Michigan wins out and and Georgia wins out and Clemson wins out. Notre Dame wins out. What happens? Dalla Bama you. You could then maybe make a case that Alabama could be left out. But with Michigan losing, I think it's a very different argument. And I think that. If Bama competes and loses a close one. I I would be shocked if they didn't stay in the top four final question, Kurt we hear from fans and analysts alike about how states twenty nine point loss to Purdue. How much of that did they erase by the total beatdown of Michigan? Well, I think you have to look at Ohio State throughout this entire year and go back and look at some of the teams that they played and where they played them playing Penn State on the road being able to take care of Michigan state on the road, and people can say, whatever the big ten's, not any good. I can tell you firsthand going into those environments, those those are solid wins for them. But to be truthful, I don't think that even if urban Meyer, we're sitting here talking with us. He would tell you that they lived up to their potential. It was almost they were going through Nebraska, and Indiana and Minnesota and Maryland they were just just doing enough to win. And it took being an underdog at home against their big rival Michigan to bring out the best in them where they played with that edge. That's been missing. And that's my point. Is there ceiling is so high when they're clicking and hitting on all cylinders. They would really help themselves to show the committee to back it up with another performance where they went out and played with that kind of passion that's been missing. The last seven or eight weeks until the Michigan game. So that's why I think state may have the most at stake this weekend to prove the people. Hey, it wasn't just one time that we're gonna play like this. They need to back it up with another one to show that this is who we are type of thing. And if they do that, they will have a very very strong case going into that last that last meeting for the committee Kirk many, thanks, always appreciate it. Okay. Take care all great stuff. Cursory brings some really interesting elements there we're up against a break. More to come as we continue here on a Tuesday. Glad you're with us CJ Georgia you're on there. How are you? She jay. Hey, paul. I'm doing good. I'm very well. Thank you. All right, man. I got a helmet down Georgia. We didn't know a co-worker..
"thirteen weeks" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"You know your audience doesn't know abyss, but you have this like you need pure wet move. Every time you go to your chair on the cowards. It's like fascinating. Like just a complete like unique move. Could you explain the audience what you're doing? Well, I'm one man operation very as you can tell with a four thousand dollar, watch your one man operation. No, I'm not pleading poverty and I thirteen weeks of good assist. I get the imitation watch for two hundred dollars. Well, I wanna get row spout gave me something, and I just felt like I'm gonna buy something really nice. That's four thousand dollars more than I am on my wrist. Yeah, but you've got, you know, probably a bigger Bank account than I do. So it's all good. I'll works out. Everyone's happy who says who says I have a bigger Bank account with you. Well, when you have over one hundred develop TV shows thirty eight. Out of thirty nine Stanton special sold a a builder and creator of last comic standing of Whitney. I, you know, I don't wanna get too much into your personal financing, but being Jewish, I'm assuming you're doing okay with some zeros than your Bank account. Well, there are zeros. There's a number in front of those euros. Now we won't get into that. That's too personal. I nothing is as it appears and I and I think that's true of everybody and and there are certain people you meet the. You know, you can't believe what's happening. There's all the people you meet were holy shit. I can't believe what's happening. And so you just gave the great example. You went into the watch story like, hey, I went in here on the fuck and king of watch store them coming out with a four thousand dollar watch, and there's always somebody to ruin your day in life. That's the way it always is. You're just buying in your life. I feel so happy and he's like your comic. Yeah, I am. Kevin Hart came here about a million dollars of watches only like, oh, thank you when you walk out it or like, yeah, not the where I suppose to be right. Man. I walked in there like Conor McGregor, you know, arm Slaley in on the man. I just was on TV five nights six days left there. Like your choke. That would. Yeah, I left there like I let like sonner in the back of the head if you but you know, my well, my mom raised me in a slightly unconvinced. Away. But as the my dad did as well. But she's like URL. There's always someone with a bigger dick in the room. Well, she would know. Better than me, but it's always stuck with me. Now for the first few years I took her literally. I was like, well, who has a bitter dick near the may. I was literally looking guys, crotch is going. That looks pretty big. She was from the south, so she was simple. But how come they never say there's always somebody, you know, elegantly they don't take their daughters society, Honey, there's always somebody with smaller vagina in the room. Well, it depends what room there that an open mic. There's some big ones flopping around, but I always stuck with me like. You know. I have a fair amount of bucks in the Bank account, but then there's also Peters. Then as Warren Buffett, Bill Gates, the guy from Amazon, so there's always someone was, you know, you know, Kobe was great, and now this LeBron in hockey guy. So there was Wayne Gretzky Mario meal. And so I'm actually a little known fact that you don't know about me that nobody knows. Let's get it out, have nothing to do with this podcast. It only has to do with your level hockey. So in the early seventies, when I was a teenager, I had this crazy cousin who would take me to Bruins games and he would never have a ticket. He would always go outside Boston Garden and buy tickets from scalpers..
Oil Surges to Highest Since 2014 as Global Supply Concerns Mount
"Turning to USA business news now concerns over the world's oil supply in advance to the US trade sanctions on Iran pushing the national average for gas up to two eighty seven a gallon. USA radio's John Clemens reports. Then mctigue of gas buddy dot com tells us about that increase. We've seen prices go up about three cents a gallon for the first time, it's a break out and almost twelve thirteen weeks. So we haven't seen prices move up. Really? They've started gone up or down by a penny a week sometimes just sorta remained relatively neutral at a two eighty seven. That's a full three look at some people even say four cents a gallon compared to this time. I'm last
Takeaways from Tuesday's primaries
"Meanwhile, we have on Tuesday and continuing through the rest of August. The final round of primaries are heading out of those some in a bunch of states around the country. The parties are still choosing their candidates and some of these battleground, a house and Senate and gubernatorial races, David, can you you walk us through what struck you most from the latest round of the primaries? We had races in Kansas, Michigan, Missouri in Washington on Tuesday night. Struck by on Tuesday night was the the performance of Bernie Sanders endorsed candidates the the loss in the Michigan governor's race, and then the the house race in Kansas. With a former Sanders staffer, I think it just continued to a succession of losses he's had over the past eighteen months and probably well maybe says something about about how strong he is as a candidate in twenty twenty. Should he choose to run? I? I was very struck by watching. There's a lot of interest in seeing how Abdul el-sayed would do in Michigan in that governor's race after the Sanders endorsement, right Brent welder in Kansas, and that data ground district, the third district outside Kansas City. But you know what one of the things I wanted is it entirely fair to judge Sanders just on wins and losses for his his candidate and his movement because he, he's, he's picking almost by definition, he's picking underdogs and most of these places. Right. Elena, yeah, I don't think he's necessarily expecting these people to always win, and I don't know if that's necessarily the and David. I mean, I'd be curious to hear what you think about this. But I don't know if that's necessarily always the goal. I think the goal overall is to move the party to the left in terms of their platform. We all bringing out new DHS tournaments and creating excitement all over this country. And even a year ago when I was talking to democratic candidates about healthcare and whether they supported, Sanders is Medicare for all. There are a lot of candidates were sort of like, oh, we're not sure.
Weak summer fares, strikes clip Ryanair's wings
"Fallen prophets to three hundred nineteen million years basically blaming high fuel costs and, also pretty strong warnings about the risk of a heart bricks and the John Strickland aviation specialist at jealous consulting John these numbers pretty much just predicted but Ronnie does face a very difficult summer ahead isn't it yeah I think he's probably the most difficult summer we've. Ever ever, seen for Ryanair they've rightly pointed out external? Challenges Faced enormous flight cancellations because of air traffic control strikes so we heard EasyJet. Talked about that last week lately Vaduz one nine out of the last, thirteen weeks friendship friendship controls the Marseille control centers had regular strikes in. That doesn't simply effect flights, to France but, overflights to important markets like Spain where we're both Ryan heavily, expose but. The interesting thing is as you said the internal, challenges rhinos facing stemming back to the pilot. Shortages the autumn they took, a big, step forward by recognizing unions but that's proven to, be very lumpy process they've made, good progress by for example getting recognition with bow of a UK. Pilot's union but the whole. Market of island I, think it was a degree of bad blood over the, years I find, that very challenging now it does mean but a lot of, people are, affected on, flights canceled but percentage wise there's still flying ninety-five cyclic. Because it because it is interesting Michael Leary chief executive Ron always swore that, he, would never recognize trade unions they, made a big move in the face of disruption last summer to say okay we are gonna recognize trade unions but that doesn't seem to have put. The genie back in the bottle doesn't actually the grenade Summer of disruption, after Lhasa as, I said the the context of disruption is limited in terms, of their, total output, but of course I say big that still means foulland's. Of people are affected when flights canceled I think we'll see that continue Jim, Acosta, the rest of the summer season, they won't give in they weren't concede sake him having a smooth summer they wants to negotiate Let me say that this. Time last year well this. Unless you 'cause they hadn't even recognized as a single union but I think what will happen. Is overtime more unions will come on board but I think, Ryan philosophically very quick moving. Company they used to deciding somebody today doing it immediate your within twenty four hours of AC unions wants to take it at a far more sedate pace over several. Months they can't wait that law this is a business built on on low fares, that deliver profits by having tight cost management so they've, taken this quite big, philosophical step to accept unions. But not at, any price any, of that means they close, route so basis to make a point we'll, still do so join, just, briefly another warning from Michael earlier this morning on hard Brexit. He's been, doing this for, awhile and it sort of come a bit more mainstream hasn't the idea. That once we, leave the European, Union the risen to deal maybe flights can't take off it's. Slightly inconceivable but then again stranger, things as you say stranger things have happened is in nobody's interest. Whatever side of political divide whatever country in or. Out of the EU You're involved, in to have flight cease at the end of. March next year but there is just that nagging, doubt of could something happen could be a bit of brinkmanship would wear she see flies, suspended insert again Ryan will. Tough it.
"thirteen weeks" Discussed on Connected
"The uk and it's been fine so i'm gonna keep an eye on that i think the kind of will keep checking on i was twelve as the summer goes along but so far it seems it seems really stable and mojave i feel like people have this this conception the to think about it that after a few betas it's fine to put a new beta like on your phone and all of us have done it lots of people are doing it with the public beta but with mac os they're still the i mean johnny basically said is like don't put it on a production machine and that's what i tell people that's what i recommend people kind of live by and i think it's just because the the max still for most people is where more complex work happens and annot mineor to hosts would argue with that but like audio and video production no one's really doing that on an ipad not at scale the do on the mac and i think mac os has older it's more complicated got more things going on and so i still feel like that journal advice is okay like don't put a mac os beta on a production machine ever probably but at least wait until late in the summer but i was like i feel like we feel really take more risk is that still true is because iowa is more exciting than macos what do you think casey i i would say that i don't typically put betas on my hardware i have never run mac os beta ever and i have gone back and forth on ios betas i did just install the irs beta on my iphone when i returned home the uk jeez feels like thirteen weeks ago but it was actually monday night and we're recording this midday wednesday and the reason i did that is because i really wanted to play with me mo jeez and some of the other features that are in iowa's twelve for example i just used the do not disturb until the end of your calendar appointment for this very podcast recording which is super cool but i definitely been burned by running i was betas in the past like particularly i think it was i was five where notification center debuted which was rain rack and many of us made the mistake wdc putting that on and it was a disaster and deeply regretted it i wanted to put this on for a long time but i resisted until after i came back from our mutual international trip because of all the things i want in the world to go wrong having my carry phone not operating properly while i'm overseas and not really in a position to do anything about it that is not on my list of fun and exciting times that that is i don't remember the t scales negative end but at is whatever the opposite of best i love you is that that's what that's nightmare night yes that is the perfect that is a nightmare scenario so i waited until i got home and so far over the course of a day it seems like it's going well i wouldn't say it seems any faster than us eleven but it certainly hasn't been murdering my battery everything seems to be working approximately correctly so all seems basically well but as general advice i would say never install a mac os bait on anything that you that you need to use for any real and i would strongly advise against doing any iowa's betas unless you really are prepared to have a phone that's either physically warm or has poor battery life or something doesn't work properly yeah i think i think that makes sense the there's also the the idea of something goes wrong howdy back right and both systems but the mac and s it's difficult to like get your data back to an old because you're backups kinda get rolled into the new s.
"thirteen weeks" Discussed on Marathon Talk
"I really quick and at one point i think she'd bill about an eight minute lead and courtney wolter was about eighteen minutes behind at one point in the race of course then the whole thing changed courtney due to an onto win lucy botham finished in third place in eighteen fifty nine about an hour and a half behind somewhat slowly though i didn't realize this then ellie greenwood's sixteen forty seven course record forget how i mean l agreement is a great great athlete she is massively underrated why she she's not as well known as she should be she in i'm sure people who know their ultra only know how great she is but in terms of of kind of british athletes than she is we underrated and that that shows you isn't it forty five minutes nearly quicker than the one in this year but yeah fantastic and i'm wanna come not a great student of the history of western states but i think isn't jim warm see the guys are always gonna really hard and blown and everybody's kind of willing to hang on he'd done it we mean he's he's he's amazing he's need to be able to go to that and it's always nice i think western states is his thing isn't it so to come in and run the course record must feel amazing we good when everything goes to plan especially in seminar that yeah yeah right this auditory this thing we fully know the complete picture to be honest the story everybody will have heard i'm sure a homeless man picked of race lost race number pretended to finish the virgin money on the mouth in jail for sixteen weeks and we took some of this from fast running we'll put link to that article in the show notes we'll also put a link to a muster read on the secret bars dot com where they talked through the legality of it which is interesting and there's clearly quite a lot we don't know i wasn't sure whether it was something to talk about or not i've i've been asked about a lot i've been really called the headlines yeah i've been asked about it a law and you know you know the most important thing to me was is this a humane way to treat another person putting them in jail for thirteen weeks for finishing a running race where they were about mere interesting isn't it they were well yes it seemed well that that and that was the question so that seemed a bit harsh so i what i was uncertain the bagged and the secret barrister article does make it clearer while i was uncertain about is to what extent were was the was stanislaw scorpion jail for other offenses other than you know the finishing the london marathon race and yet the media coverage counteract wrapped around the london marathon finish you know so that fell to be hard to give a jail sentence to somebody for finishing a marathon race yet at the same time you know there were this was not clearly the only charge he was facing now i mean people deaf what it is i don't think for second you should be able to be jailed for pretending to finish a running race i just don't see how the two things go together our value thing we complete the link on the secret bars commerce really really interesting urge anybody who's interested in the case to read in probably asked more questions than his archers but we starting to take things a little bit too seriously aren't we if we aiding people for something that probably happens in some way or other one hundred times across the country i don't know i mean everybody i mean i i've i don't do it we've all done it at some point i run a somebody else now we have an all that's not the right thing to do and i certainly haven't done it for many many many years once i kind of understood it's really series a year for your race organizer and you have somebody that collapses at your vents and you more on under somebody else that's a really big problem and definitely i can condone that in any way at the same time a lot of people do it in the past i of done it i would be surprised if you haven't done it at some point in your hundred percent overhand up haven't done that you're such a goody two shoes well he's always seeks everyone knows who i am you pick when when you when you're winning.
"thirteen weeks" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"In a fucking dress and makeup and hair looks great she looked great doing it shame she was she was fine she was down by believable also she gets like super sick she gets super sick while she's pregnant what's hospitalized sick yeah from like thirteen weeks on yeah from what what was it's like thing that she has i can't remember what it's called but it's like and she has to keep pumping those things out and waddling out to the steps in full makeup was other last kid or they're going to have more high don't know it's all up to all up to the fucking queen i guess i don't know i think me personally just looking at this whole shape up you have a girl who's mixed race divorce divorce both of those are big deals but it's it is like your movie it is like your hollywood movie where it's just like anybody prostitute the heart of gold find the rich man like this is a girl who's just against all odds is now marrying prince and everybody ivory girl out is going to be like man this could be me there's something about or just don't like we know that i know that you're you're you raised on her few few weeks back our friend was setting her up we don't it's just we don't really talk about the royals that much in america hello what are we talking about now all the fucking time you loser idiot liar thirsty.
"thirteen weeks" Discussed on Your V Life
"I mean makes you think at least right and so and this things for us to talk about comes up exactly separate is the questions from the audience and today i thought there was a great question from christina she wrote an asking is there a diet and early diagnostic test for autism when you're pregnant and so i think it's interesting question because i think that you know autism one is scarily being diagnosed more and more and that it's an considerable question because there's been so many advances in medicine but the the easy answer the quick answer to that is that no there's not fortunately so and again it's if you think about it kind of makes sense because if there's really no clear direct relationship between any one thing and autism fight and so i think most scientists would say that it's probably multifactorial and so it's really really is no possible way to come up with test for that so but there are things you can do so in the first trimester i think usually have this conversation with everybody of just give everybody depending on someone comes in who was over forty then you kind of go right to more the more the more direct clinical tests but friday anyone in general it's the first trimester is say from the beginning of the up to week twelve until so it does for autism you can't test for other things and so usually what we offer people is one test called on newco phone screening which is done between eleven and thirteen weeks you've probably had that with this behind the baby's neck right so so that's says it's called a nickel fold and so that test is done by hiring dr usually and they measure this new it's called on nuclear fall so it's the thickness behind the baby's neck between eleven and thirteen weeks and they also joe your blood with that test and so the blood work is picks up on different biochemical markers which is probably beyond the scope then needs to know but it's there's certain chemicals then it's supposed to be at certain ratios and so it depending on how high or low these numbers are they could be indications of three big things so down syndrome trisomy thirteen and trisomy eighteen so everyone i think everyone's more probably more.
"thirteen weeks" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"States reporting widespread flew health officials reporting at least seven pediatric debts just this week here's abc's staples and saw me with what you need to know already this mother this little boy it even this personal trainer of all died from this year's flew the cdc tonight as calling it an epidemic with more than thirteen weeks of the flu season to go this is just a problem bugs we hated when this bone shows up in probably argue to see a lot of hospitalizations a death here in atlanta where they showed us today they're plentiful supply of flu shots for anyone who needs hospitals are seeing a flood of patients compared to last year we test at nearly twice patients as we have been there before and we're seeing about four times as much flip and there's another problem hospitals need bags of iv fluid to treat the flu and there's a shortage after hurricane maria shut down a factory in puerto rico at mass general in boston they're having to get patients gatorade instead in northern idaho an entire school system had to cancel classes there were so many cases is this new york dr explains to our tj homes that the virus can live for up to twenty four hours on revolving doors and elevators dole touch and arthur helton saddam you can push you with your elbow you can push it with your back anything that's not going to touch your face afterwards across the country hospitalizations of children under five have doubled in the last two weeks and this particular strain of flu that we're seeing the most is especially hard on children and seniors david stevenson samih with us tonight steve thank you dr john ashton is back with us and we've reported several interesting things gend this week about the flu vaccine the flu shot itself we've known for a long time it takes to four weeks to kick in but now we've learned bed at some point along the way it starts to kick in and lessens the symptoms no matter what you were telling us something today that even if the flu shot is an a perfect match for the strain it still helps absolutely david an anyone listening tonight if you had not been vaccinated get that vaccine there is some data that suggests that if you get the vaccine and you get the flu after.
"thirteen weeks" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"We've seen thirteen weeks of that that team in its sky box had a guy that we thought that that fight for those inches we thought it paralysed him very recently that you would have these guys crawling and scraping with their bodies risking braindamaged for the inches of that real estate and then at the very top of the afc where you are trying to determine the value of who get the advantage of home field during the playoffs at the height of all that violence what your deciding is what gets to advance you gotta go you to your rule book to check it and you gotta go to management and people on the side who are doing the collisions and then you don't even give them the power to give that victory to what the patriots known was the earned victor because the patriots would look at then safe we made that catch we would know that that's a touchdown clearly it touched out and that's what i'm saying like it's really deeply unfair to that it will people involved with this that that's what we've done the sports because you know we've done sports we've got in the technology to such a place that we've turn these important officials in all these golf narc's that we don't like that looked like a touchdown until we started inspecting the ruled it looked like a touchdown to everybody in the world who was ever watched football bryant i don't know man i i i hear you i don't know if i just want to leave it to the interpretation of a 67yearold man i just i don't like i i'm not if there is going to work against my day and it'll be very i know but i'm telling you is this stuff is so arbitrary that later that night in a different game the dallas needed you left it to the judgment of another 67yearold men with an index card measuring with chains jesse of that real estate acquisition was one inch more or one inch less so you're trusting the judgment of the 67yearold person sometimes right to decide games so let them decide the games like let them decide the games in the way that most obviously fair now he's saying that was a reaffirmation of what.
"thirteen weeks" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"We've seen thirteen weeks of that that team in its sky box had a guy that we thought that that fight for those inches we thought it paralysed him very recently that you would have these guys crawling and scraping with their bodies risking braindamaged for the inches of that real estate and then at the very top of the afc where you are trying to determine the value of who get the advantage of home field during the playoffs at the height of all that violence what your deciding is what gets to advance you gotta go you to your rule book to check it and you gotta go to management and people on the side who are doing the collisions and then you don't even give them the power to give that victory to what the patriots known was the earned victor because the patriots would look at then safe we made that catch we would know that that's it touched on clearly it touchdown and that's what i'm saying like it's really deeply unfair to that it'll people involved with this that that's what we've done to sports because you know we've done sports we've got in the technology to such a place that we've turn these important officials into all these golf narc's that we don't like that looked like a touchdown until we started inspecting the ruled it looked like a touchdown to everybody in the world who was ever watched football bryant i don't know man i i i hear you i don't know if i just want to leave it to the interpretation of a 67yearold man i just i don't like and that is there it's going to work against mighty mary i know about i'm telling you is this stuff is so arbitrary that later that night in a different game the dallas needed you left it to the judgment of another 67yearold men with an index card measuring with chains he if that real estate acquisition was one inch more or one inch less for your trust in the judgment of the 67yearold person sometimes right to decide games so let them decide the games by clinton decide the games in the way that most obviously fair now he's saying that was a reaffirmation of what.
"thirteen weeks" Discussed on Your V Life
"Separatist the questions from the audience and say i thought there was a great question from christina uh she wrote and asking is there a die in early diagnostic test for autism when you're pregnant and so i think it's interesting question 'cause i think that um you know autism one is really being diagnosed more and more um and that it's an because the ruble question because of there's been so many advances in medicine but the the uh the easy answer the quick answer to that is that others not fortunately so um and again it's if you think about it kinda makes sense because if he there's really no clear direct relationship between ready one thing and autism fight so um i think most scientists would say that it's probably multifactorial um and so it's really really is no possible way to test for that so but there are things you can do so in the first trimester and again you have this conversation with everybody cut his give everybody dependent and someone comes in who's over forty than you can go right to more the more you owe the more direct of clinical tests uh but for everyone in general so first trimester is um safe from the beginning of piloted to the up to a twelve until he us for autism if you can't test for other things and so these use what we offer people is one tests called a new poll fold screening which has done much in eleven and thirteen weeks if not we had that would ask these for the asiapacific this behind the baby's neck wait those so that's us hold a nickel fault and so that test is done by a highrisk dr usually and they measure this new it's called on leukel faults was the thickness behind the baby's neck between eleven to thirteen weeks they also joe your blog with that test and so the blood work this is picks up on different biochemical mark press which is probably beyond the scope than anyone needs to know but it's there's certain chemicals um and there is supposed to be a certain ratios and so uh depending on how high or low these numbers are they could be indications of three big things so down's syndrome.