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Virginia voters cast ballots in governor's race

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Virginia voters cast ballots in governor's race

"Hey voter survey shows Virginians who voted in the closely watched governor's race between Terry McAuliffe and Glen Duncan we're most concerned about the economy hi Norman hall according to AP vote cast thirty four percent of Virginia voters said the economy and jobs was the most important issue facing the state while seventeen percent named covert nineteen and fourteen percent chose education healthcare climate change racism immigration abortion and law enforcement were all lower tier issues voters ranked the economy and education at the top issues were more likely to back young can over McAuliffe voters who identified covert nineteen as the top issue supported McAuliffe over young can I

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Biden Approval Rating Continues to Plummet: Battered on Trust, Leadership, Competency in Poll

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | Last month

Biden Approval Rating Continues to Plummet: Battered on Trust, Leadership, Competency in Poll

"Anyone. That's actually a deeply rational person. And thinking like tucker. Carlson is a little bit confused about one aspect of the biden white house. There's a lot of not confused about. It's not an easy explanation. It isn't and here's why out today. Quinnipiac their new poll has come out and said that joe biden's approval rating thirty eight percent of the country approves fifty three percent disapproves competency forty two percent. Thanks joe biden is competent fifty. Five percents is not now you might say while those are some terrible numbers. I know. i can't believe forty. Two percent of americans think joe biden is competent. The border twenty. Three percent of americans approve of joe. Biden's handling the border. Sixty seven percent of americans disapprove of joe biden's handling of the border and so these numbers are dreadful. They are some of the worst numbers of a president in modern history. The average price of beef is up twelve percent. Bacon is up seventeen percent pork steak eleven point three percent poultry up seven percent fish and seafood up ten point six percent. Joe biden has a negative approval rating on the f- ouchi virus on the economy on foreign policy on the mexican border and on taxes thirty seven percent approval rating on taxes twenty three percent approval rating on the mexican border thirty four percent approval rating on foreign policy thirty nine percent approval rating on the

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AP-NORC poll finds deep divide over Biden vaccine mandate

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

AP-NORC poll finds deep divide over Biden vaccine mandate

"At eight P. M. O. R. C. center for public affairs research poll shows a deep divide over president Biden's vaccine mandate the survey on the president's plan to require most workers to get either vaccinated or regularly tested for Colbert nineteen shows a strong political divide about three fourths of Democrats but only one fourth of Republicans approve overall fifty one percent say they agree with the requirement while thirty four percent oppose it the details of how the mandate will work are still being worked out by the occupational safety and health administration I'm my company

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Amazon Prime Day 2021 Deals Include Halo Band, Echo Buds

The Kindle Chronicles

02:10 min | 5 months ago

Amazon Prime Day 2021 Deals Include Halo Band, Echo Buds

"There's a good number of places on line are following prime day and giving tips the one i like. The best is the verge. And i've linked to it. They update what's happening and as of today they have best early. Prime deals that was actually published. June sixteenth by brandon. Witter at the verge. And i'm going to tell you about some of the items that they highlighted that i think are of particular interest and they are available now and will last through prime day and there'll be some other surprises. They come once prime. Day actually starts the amazon echo. Buds i've talked about this before. This is the second generation of the buds. And it's much improved. They're still for my taste. But when i use them i'm i'm very happily surprised. At how great they sound and how they connect with my devices. they're a lot cheaper than airpods. And now they're going to be even more affordable they're going to be forty dollars off that's thirty four percent discount and they will be costing eighty dollars now. That's with the wired charging case of a case the plug in the usb charger. If you want the wireless charging case that price is going to be one hundred dollars normally a hundred and forty so good deal on those echo buds. Which i think are pretty great. You've heard me talk a lot about the halo band that i've been using Darlene has one and she has her sleep be monitored by halo And because alexa can recognize both of our names in the morning. We have a little routine where each of us ask alexa question. All it has to have his word sleep in it. I think you can save. How did i sleep last night. Or what's my sleep score and joe recognize darlene. And she'll say you had great sleep which she always does and then for me it will say lend your sleep was poor you scored of you know forty five and this and that And i think it's pretty accurate. I'm gonna find out how accurate this thing is. Because i'm going to have a sleep study. I think coming up in july through mass general. And i'll see how some of this data that i've been collecting the shows that i'm really lousy sleeper and i'd like to fix

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Poll: Most in US Who Remain Unvaccinated Need Convincing

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 7 months ago

Poll: Most in US Who Remain Unvaccinated Need Convincing

"Fewer Americans are reluctant to get a covert nineteen vaccine then just a few months ago but most were main unvaccinated need convincing in AP in a worse the center for public affairs research poll eleven percent of unvaccinated people say they definitely will get the shot thirty four percent definitely will not the rest might if somebody credible can address their concerns about side effects testing and the like enter keys media Corbett I want to be a sister and a brother that is also a scientist but too you know everybody in especially black people the national institutes of health immunologist to help develop the maternity shot says the government should have done a better job explaining the years of developing vaccines against other coronaviruses and assuring the public no corners were cut Sager made Donnie Washington

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Biden's First 100 Days: Where He Stands on Key Promises

NBC Nightly News

02:00 min | 7 months ago

Biden's First 100 Days: Where He Stands on Key Promises

"Tonight. We're bringing you the first in a week. Long series of nbc reports examining president. Biden's first one hundred days in office our new. Nbc news poll shows how americans think he's handling key issues like the pandemic the economy and immigration. Kelly o'donnell has more of first report card for the president art first one hundred days in office in a new. Nbc news poll. His approval rating stands at fifty three percent while thirty nine percent disapprove placing president biden of donald trump. But behind barack obama same one hundred day point of republicans surveyed just nine percent approve of the president's job performance confronting the pandemic. Mr biden stewardship earns a sixty nine percent approval with a majority of americans at sixty-one percent. Saying they believe the worst is behind us including tennessee. Republican scott carry on the cohen respond. Just rethink the news taken the leadership role that i was hoping that he would but political discord rau- and contentious is reflected in this big number. Eighty two percent surveyed say. The country is divided rather than united. Only way we come through. This is if you come through together as americans turning to immigration signs of trouble just thirty three percent support the job. He's doing among the sharpest critics progressive democrats angered by the white house backtracking than delaying a promised to welcome. Thousands more vetted refugees from around the world. The president says he will increase the refugee cap later. Democrat austin coker studies immigration. I think it was a real shock to the conscience of a lot of people who are following immigration and refugee policy on the economy. The president stewardship climbs to fifty two percent on gun policies. Just thirty four percent support his

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Americans use stimulus to save, pay off debt more than spend

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

Americans use stimulus to save, pay off debt more than spend

"Many Americans are choosing to put their federal stimulus payments in the bank rather than spending the money the New York federal reserve's been studying what people do with the government coded relief payments finding most nearly forty two percent of households are using the checks for savings nearly thirty four percent are paying down debt and almost twenty five percent say they're actually spending the money researchers say it looks like consumers may be choosing to spend less because of code restrictions inhibiting activities high unemployment and uncertainty about the direction and the economic toll of the pandemic I am Jackie Quinn

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Survey: Even as schools reopen, many students learn remotely

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 8 months ago

Survey: Even as schools reopen, many students learn remotely

"I'm Julie Walker even as schools re opened large numbers of students are not returning to the classroom according to the latest Biden administration survey results released today nearly forty six percent of public schools surveyed offered in person learning five days a week in February but just thirty four percent of students wear their white students continue to be back in the classroom at higher rates with fifty two percent of white fourth graders receiving full time in person instruction by contrast less than a third of black and Hispanic fourth graders were back and fifteen percent of Asian students with the new findings president Biden comes no closer to meeting his goal of having most elementary schools open five days a week in his first one Hundred Days I'm Julie Walker

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What's Behind the Rise of the Pandemic's Bull Market?

WSJ What's News

05:39 min | 8 months ago

What's Behind the Rise of the Pandemic's Bull Market?

"Year ago today. Us stocks bottomed out but since that pandemic plunged something almost unimaginable happened. Wall street quickly shifted from bear to bull market setting new records along the way under center for serie. We wanted to take a look back to see how we got here and discuss where we might be headed next to do that. I'm joined by the wsj's caitlyn mccabe. She's on the market speed and is well equipped to explain all of this caitlyn. Good morning hi. Thank you so much for having me. So caitlin at the beginning of the pandemic we saw three major stock indexes plummet the s. and p. five hundred fell by thirty four percent in just twenty three trading days now fast forward all three have rebounded strongly. The dow is up around thirty three thousand mark so big picture. What played into this turnaround. Yeah so the. It was an exceptionally fast turnaround. We saw this incredibly steep and quick plunge and then it took just one hundred twenty six trading days to recover back to the february nineteenth closing level where we were before the sell off. That happened coinciding with the covid. Nineteen pandemic so. It was one of the fastest recoveries on record after such a steep plunge and i mean really the the climb back started with investors piling back into growth and tech stocks and that's carried so much of the market upward four the last year since you mentioned tech stocks. It's important to stress. These gains have not been seen across all sectors. Exactly so you know after. We reached this bottom on march. Twenty third twenty twenty. It became pretty clear pretty quickly. That investors were concentrating their money in growth stocks and big tech stocks. And so you saw big gains right off. The bat in what traders liked to call the fang stocks and so that stands for facebook apple amazon netflix in google's parent alphabet which spells out the acronym fang and these companies are so large and they comprise so much of the snp that was helping push the s. and p. five hundred up but you weren't just seeing growth and big tech. You're seeing of course you know Traders really interested in in companies like tesla. You're seeing zoom. You are seeing just all of these growth in tech companies Rising because i mean one simple explanation for it is that they were the companies that were standing to benefit the most from the pandemic shopping online. You had people using cloud computing and you know video messaging software and things like that and so that was really driving the market upward. You know of course. There is from time to time rotations into cyclical stocks and more of your industrials and energy and banks. But it really was for so much of twenty twenty just the growth in tech leading s ahead and then caitlyn more recently. We've seen a stall in us stocks. The nasdaq briefly went into correction territory earlier. This month last week. All three major indexes lost ground. What's going on here. So since the start of the year. We've seen this really steep and swift move up in bonney olds and that's had a ripple effect across the market so the short version is basically that the economy is recovering people are getting vaccinated and investors are really looking ahead to summer or fall where things might be returning back to normal and so of course there have been some concerns of inflation creeping into the market and so that's driven bond yields up which has an impact on assets across the market and so investors have been dumping shares of tech companies Basically because you know higher yields can mean higher borrowing costs for for businesses and higher yields also make investors reevaluate. How much they're willing to pay for. Future earnings and because significant earnings for tech stocks are expected to come in the future. It makes investors basically question how much they're willing to pay for those earnings. So you're seeing investors pullback from tech. You're seeing quite an uptick in energy and banks and and other cyclical stocks so. It's going to be really interesting to see how long lasting trend s and finally kaylin you talk to traders and analysts as a markets reporter. What's peaking your interest for the future. I think we're in this really interesting period in markets. Where right now so much of what's happening in the growth versus value trade is very fundamentals based and people are trying to evaluate the impact that yield will have on tech stocks like i mentioned in growth companies and what that will mean for banks and energy companies and everything that we've talked about so far but then you have this whole other segment of the market that is less connected to fundamentals right now. You know we saw the massive rise in the minimum stocks earlier. This year the game stops the amc's of the world you know we have this ongoing specs craze Cryptocurrency at that market is incredibly interesting. It's just gonna be really interesting because you have these two kind of branches of the markets that are going on right now. Where there's just this euphoria in some segments and then everyone is also trying to drill down this value versus tech trade. So i'm just going to be really interested to see what happens especially in these other segments of the market as we see more interest among retail traders as we see the spac craze probably only going to continue to grow and see what effect that has on the broader market

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Number of women on UK corporate boards rises 50% in 5 years

LBC Election 2019

00:18 sec | 9 months ago

Number of women on UK corporate boards rises 50% in 5 years

"Figures out today show that has been a fifty percent increase in the number of women on footsie. Three fifty boards now. Thirty four percent Sets up fifty percents in five years there now. No all male boards in those companies and five years ago. There were

New York City Covid Vaccine Disparities Revealed in ZIP Code Data

All In with Chris Hayes

05:24 min | 10 months ago

New York City Covid Vaccine Disparities Revealed in ZIP Code Data

"One of the big challenges in distributing the coach vaccine is trying to ensure that they don't disproportionally go to the most communities and as more people get vaccinated in the united states. We're getting more and more data about who's getting their shots. I and the data coming out of cities is well. It's painting a fairly consistent picture in the neighborhoods with the highest death rates from cova which tend to be poorer and more black and brown folks. Fewer people are getting vaccinated by contrast in wider more affluent neighborhoods. Vaccination rates tend to be higher even though a smaller percentage of people in those neighborhoods have lost their lives the virus. So here's an example map in new york city. We have data by zip code there. We should note. The same dynamic has also played out in washington. Dc and other cities so in this section of manhattan's upper east side. That's a wealthy neighborhood. There have been one hundred sixty six deaths from covid per hundred thousand people so far in that zip code sixteen percent of adults vaccinate which is great. That's good we want people to be back but now let's look at say brooklyn's east new york neighborhood much much poor much much much less white in that soco there have been a staggering eight hundred and thirty seven deaths per one hundred thousand people. Think about that. It has been hit so so much harder by the virus but in that neighborhood only five percent of adults have been fully vaccinated compared to the sixteen percent of the upper east side. Now the city not breakdown vaccine recipients by race or account for the percentage of people in a given zip code were eligible but again the broad picture. Here's pretty clear. See playing out across the city and across the country in fact in some poor neighborhoods. Only two percent of adults are fully vaccinated. Well vaccination rates are fourteen fifteen sixteen percent and richer neighborhoods. This is a huge in central problem to solve and discuss it on join. Shell gave stolberg new york times. Washington correspondent covering health policy has been writing about the vaccine rollout specifically so let's just start with the phenomenon. I want to sort of check against myself here that this is something that's happening. That's showing up data that is being produced around the country. It's not just a particularity of new york. No no this is absolutely happening around the country and you can see it in the cdc's national data. I think nationally last week African americans who account for more than eighteen percent of the population were eleven percent of those vaccinated. And we're seeing in disparities around the country here in washington where i am We had a situation where people from wealthy white neighborhoods were going into black neighborhoods to go to clinics that primarily serve underserved people to get vaccinated and it is creating a real disparity and it is completely contradictory to what president biden has said he wants which is a vaccine and a covid response that is centered on racial equity. So there it seems that there's a few factors at play here for why this is a it seems to me that there's a demand issue right is sort of people's willingness and i think we can get to that later. The first thing just seems to me it's one of those situations where a certain amount of social capital connections time or resources to other people to go through the logistics of the planning and the websites use tending to advantage. More affluent. folks is. That is that sort of your understanding of what's driving this yes. I think there's two things that are driving it in one is exactly what you say. Which is more apple and people tend to have the resources to the computers savvy the time frankly transportation to be able to get vaccinated but another big reasons vaccine heston san. We know that people of color particularly african americans are more hesitant than whites to be vaccinated in part because of the legacy of systemic racism and Government experiments like the horrific experiment that still linger in the mind. So there is that issue of hesitancy that the government is going to have to overcome. It wants to see people of color vaccinated. Yeah this is a december pull from. Ap now that's this is know almost two months old now but we we saw huge has seen the beginning huge racial disparity in terms of folks. You know fifty three percent of white people saying they're gonna get vaccinated while in twenty four percent of black folks thirty four percent of hispanic hispanic respondents now. Those numbers have changed a little bit. Even though there are still racial disparities out there examples of places where this is being dealt with forthrightly in a way that is that is sort of reintroducing a kind of equity here well i think that's hard to know in one reason that's hard to know is that the government doesn't really have great data on race the people who are vaccinated but more broadly one of the states. That is actually a really good job. Back stating across the board is west. Virginia and it has back stated i think eighty three percent of its vaccines have been administered in. It's far ahead of most states in terms of effective and quick backseat distribution.

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Twitter Inc. stock rises Wednesday, outperforms market

MarketFoolery

03:23 min | 10 months ago

Twitter Inc. stock rises Wednesday, outperforms market

"From the lego movie. Because we've got three stocks that are headed higher today and we're going to start with twitter. Shares of twitter up eight percents. Fourth quarter revenue was higher than expected. We can get into sort of guidance and where this company is going in two thousand twenty one and beyond but what did you think of the fourth quarter. What stood out to you. Yeah i mean. It was a really impressive fourth quarter. I'm sorry as always. There's some background noise. It's like the world when i'm recording. Something at to be loud behind me. So i'm sorry about that but like new york city that surprising that there would be back. There are always right next to my window but that the fourth quarter was really impressive. They're revenue was one point. Three billion up twenty twenty seven percent. It was actually Their highest ever in a quarter their global there was this broad-based recovery in advertising revenue their. Us revenue was up twenty four percent. They're international revenue was up thirty four percent. They're japan which is actually their second largest market. Their revenue was up twenty six percent to fourteen percent of total revenue and so that all kind of reminded the investors of twitter. How global this platform is jack. Dorsey made appointed statement without naming. Any names saying no. The platform is much larger than anyone topic or anyone account. Eighty percent of the audience is outside of the us. There are many accounts with over twenty five million followers so strengthen this quarter i think just reiterated to followers on twitter and people who are investors that such a global platform and that. It has a lot of room to grow in. It's going to keep growing hopefully and in terms of the stock performance. It's up it's up today. It's up over the past year about eighty percent. You and i were chatting Earlier today and when we were talking about twitter and one of the things i said was twitter just seems like one of those companies. That can't get on a hot streak. They really can't string together. Three or four or more Really great strong quarterly reports in a row. The performance over the past year sort of goes against you know what i just said. But how optimistic do you think. Shareholders should be about twenty twenty one. I think twitter is really interesting because we have seen you know a return with advertisers. You see that. Advertisers are choosing to spend money on ecommerce on social platforms. That's where they're going to get the best return on their advertising dollars and so. I think that we haven't really figured out where twitter is in how effective it is for advertisers and users. You know it's clear when you're on instagram. You could be shopping for clothes when you're on pinterest. You should could be shopping for home decor. I think it's hard for people to make a clear connection between people who are scrolling through politics twitter to know you know. What are you now buying. And so for an advertiser. What is the of being on this specific platform versus many other platforms. And i think you know that's what we need to keep looking for an understanding four when it comes to twitter as why do advertisers need to go to that platform and it's

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We Finally Know Exactly How Bad The Pandemic Has Been for Airline Pilots

Airplane Geeks Podcast

06:00 min | 10 months ago

We Finally Know Exactly How Bad The Pandemic Has Been for Airline Pilots

"We see in plane and pilot magazine. We finally know exactly how bad the pandemic has been for. Airline pilots and the numbers here are pretty staggering and eliminating max indeed. I was really quite stunned to take a look and see. Just how bad things are. I mean we all know that the airlines have been hit disproportionately hard here during the pandemic that know some pilots have been out of work. This was a survey done by goose. Which is a pilot. Recruitment firm not for birds but for a and they found that nearly half of all pilots worldwide. Either looking for work or on furlough which was shocking to me. They said that thirty percent of the people surveyed were out of work and looking and other seventeen percents that they were furloughed awaiting further news and additional. Six percents said they were still employed with their airline. But we're doing non-flying works pretty stunning. Half half the pilots Basically out of work or looking for work in this comes from a survey of two thousand five hundred ninety eight pilots. This survey was open for four weeks just to kind of set. The timeframe in it closed october thirtieth twenty twenty and it was anonymous survey thirty questions and the survey was designed for pilots of all ranks. First officers second officers and cadets in some of the data in this is just really really fascinating and we'll have a link to the survey report which was done in conjunction with flake global. And a you just peruse some of this and find some really really interesting interesting things but By way of demographics of those almost twenty six hundred pilots forty-three percent of the respondents were in europe. Nineteen percent from the middle east and africa eighteen from asia pacific Twelve percent from north. America six percent from south america and two percent from china. So it's pretty Pretty global in the survey touches on things like pilot retention pilot job security employee engagement even Stress mental health wellbeing things like that so Some really really interesting statistics Couple of the ones that i like. Maybe if you guys saw some things that piqued your interest but one of the questions was when do you think aviation will make a full recovery to pre covid levels and not. Surprisingly only ten percent said up to one year the biggest spike was up to two years. Thirty four percent of the pilots thought up to two years but twenty eight percent up to three years and longer than that twelve percent four years. Ten percent five years and six percent said they thought it would never never be the same So that's the pilot's perspective. No one was. Do you think your mental health has been affected by the pandemic and here there is a direct correlation between the age of the pilot and the pursuit pilots that group in In how many of them thought that their mental health had been a acted for those pilots. Fifty five to sixty four years old thirty. Two percent thought their mental health had been affected for pilots forty five to fifty four years old but younger thirty six percent when we go down to thirty five to forty four year olds forty four percent of them thought. Their mental health has affected in the twenty five to thirty four year old group forty-nine percent and pilots under twenty four years old fifty eight percent of them thought their mental health had been affected by the pandemic so. I thought that was a really interesting result. I wasn't totally surprised by the The differences once. You mentioned the difference. I thought okay but it's the younger folks are having a tougher time. Think about someone who's twenty four years old this may be the first In a bad thing that's happened to them in their in their career folks are in their mid fifty s have probably gone through multiple things in the past and probably a better able to to ride through a downturn whereas you know young folks just not have that cushion of You know savings built up to right through. Its doesn't surprise me but still it's a large large number folks nearly six percent under a twenty-four saying mental health. Been impacted the the demographics of the respondents in terms of gender. Was you know the numbers are kind like the same numbers we've seen for a long time. Almost all male four percent female in one percent preferred not to say. I'm not sure why they would prefer not to say in. An anonymous survey but four percent identified themselves as female Which really kind of hope that that number would be coming up. Ron wouldn't when you're looking at programs With youth today. do you see more. young girls. Becoming interested involve is that number higher than four percent. I hope well Here were making a concerted effort to make sure it's higher than four percent Right now we're preparing for Air venture and we've got A program within the air venture program called girl venture We've also got One for adults named Women's sore And between those two we really want to invite women to get more involved and engaged in aviation and so We see a higher than i would say. Four percent level here

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Sasser, No. 6 Houston beat SMU 70-48 for 8th straight win

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 10 months ago

Sasser, No. 6 Houston beat SMU 70-48 for 8th straight win

"Six ranked Houston is fifteen and one overall following its eighth straight win seventy forty eight against SMU Marcus Sasser scored nineteen points for the Cougars who shot just thirty four percent but held the Mustangs to thirty two percent from the field burns her because the only house right into our from my socks and he's only just calm down and then I'm sick I have you might just have been open so I can take my time is not the side now Houston spread the gap by opening the second half on a fourteen three run that put the Cougars ahead by fifteen Justin Gorham had nine points and seventeen rebounds in helping the Cougars earned their twentieth consecutive home win Kendrick Davis had a team high eleven points for SMU I'm Dave very

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Last Trump Job Approval 34%; Average Is Record-Low 41%

KILF Morning New Podcast

00:30 sec | 11 months ago

Last Trump Job Approval 34%; Average Is Record-Low 41%

"The president prepares to leave the white house. Thirty four percent of americans approve of the job. He is doing as president. That's a worst evaluation of his presidency is over here. A four year term His average approval rating was forty one percent. That's four points lower than any of his predecessors at least since gallup's been doing this poll trump's rating show dad record eighty one percentage point gap between republicans and democrats eleven points wider than any other time before.

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A preview of Samsung's smartphone event

Talking Tech

02:53 min | 11 months ago

A preview of Samsung's smartphone event

"It should come as no surprise that we all of our smartphones which is why anytime a new device comes out while is usually pretty excited always tracks a lot of attention. And we're supposed to be getting that this week right right correct brett later this week on thursday at ten. Am eastern time. Samsung will unveil its new mobile lineup. And this is all kind of part of the cas stuff and everybody can watch that on. Samsung youtube page We have links to that. In our recent stories on usa today dot com. And we'll be covering it so far. What we know is were you expect to see new models in the galaxy lineup. Like an s twenty one. Twenty one plus twenty. Twenty-one ultra what we don't know is whether they'll be a new note fablet the sites track samsun news kind of like you and i tracked. Sports teams trades Have also found evidence that suggest. This wave galaxy phones might be slightly cheaper at the outset in the twenty was if that is true it could help samsung expand. Its market share in case. You don't know all ready. The global leader in smartphone sales with twenty two percent of the market up from twenty one percent a year ago according to research firm strategy analytics here in the us samsung marketshare actually grew to thirty four percent in the third quarter of two thousand twenty while apples dipped from thirty six to thirty percent. So this could be an interesting Smartphone battle coming up here in the months ahead. Anything you're looking to find out from samsung brett. I'm always curious what they're gonna do to kind of push push things forward in terms of innovation on smartphones Every year it gets harder and harder. Because there's only so much you can do with the device that you have and even five years ago if felt like you were seeing some some noticeable upgrades and changes to how your phone work and it seems like the further along we get. It's almost becomes harder. It seems to like find new in different reasons for you to own this new latest smartphone. some really curious what and samsung has always been pretty good about introducing some interesting ways to leverage your smartphone. And i'm really curious what those are But yeah it should be fun. I think it's always interesting to see and samsung in particular has always fascinating because of all the android phone makers. They seem to one that. Be the one that has stood out the most as far as being arrival to the iphone And any time you hear anyone with an android phone in most cases it's galaxy phone. So i mean they've done a really good job positioning themselves as that rival and i'll be interested to see what new ways They can push the smartphone for smartphones as it is

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The Next Generation

In The Gate

04:42 min | 1 year ago

The Next Generation

"Recently. The washington post published an article about how young adults twenty-somethings called generation z. Are creating a real shift in how viewers connect with sports. And how many connect with sports if you think of the traditional ways of consuming sports you root for a team you watch and attend their games. You might be completely disconnecting from generation z. As an example the post cites. Espn's internal data that says that the percentage of twelve to seventeen year old stick and ball fans who call themselves. Avid fans has dropped from forty two percent ten years ago to thirty four percent today. What if i was to tell you that young people care more about what an athlete binge watches on net flicks. Then what he or she thinks about the next opponent or that viewers might not care about the athletes next opponent at all only that the athlete is a culturally significant. Figure if that sounds ridiculous to you then you might not understand this new generation of consumers. But if you're a decision maker stewarding the future of this sport you'd better learn to understand these jen's ears and give them what they want or you won't have a sport left to oversee now. The washington post article talked about gen z as relates to stick and ball sports. But we're going to do is spend this time talking about how horse racing relates to generation z. And what leaders in this sport can slash should do in order to reach them to do that. We have invited guests from a number of different viewpoints. I we have a racing executive looking to market his product. He is gregory. Vincent who is the vice president of marketing at gulfstream park. Next we have to young people with us. One became so hooked on this sport that he's now going through the race track industry program at the university of arizona. He is michael sand duly and full disclosure. His father matt has been a longtime espn event producer. Our third guest is madison. Bregman the founder and ceo of girls spelled with a z. At the end she consults with clients trying to reach young people. Young girls in particular. According to her linked in page she's worked with a number of clients including the nfl and she's the perfect person for this discussion because she can self reflect if you will on trends involving generation z. So welcome to all three of you. Let's start with mattie when it comes to sports in general how would you describe the differences between what appeals to gen z irs versus older generations. What degen's ears care about. Yeah i think the big thing is that where older generations would sit down and watch an entire football baseball basketball games. This generation is so much more driven by watching clips or highlights. The way that we're consuming it with that. Being said is different too because we're not watching it on tv watching it on mobile devices on different platforms like twitch and and snapchat instagram. And really the way that we're interacting with teams and players as different as well where older generations once again. We're fans of specific teams because you grew up in that city or whatever have some kind of connection to it and this generation more fan of individual players can so for example. If i'm a huge fan of baker mayfield. I may not necessarily love the cleveland browns. But i liked baker and would wear a skirt near water. Whoever it may be michael san duly. You've heard what she just said about your generation. This is your generation. How does that jibe with your thinking as you were being attracted to horse racing. Well horse racing is the number one sport in my heart. But i but i'm a fan of all sports so i completely agree with matt in the sense that our generation likes players rather than teams a lot of my friends like lebron or curry and so on in horse racing. You can kind of do that. You pick your hero for the year for lack of our term. Unfortunately nowadays everybody gets sent to orderly and this year you've built a brand of this year you could arguably make the case for to the law in tis. The law garnered a lot of fan interest because he came from a grassroots fail. I think it was the saratoga. Select that nolan in toga. Bottom out of and he grew into this the big story line. And that's what everybody likes. Everybody likes a big story. That's what attracts fans.

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Boston - Julian Edelman Placed On COVID-19 List By New England Patriots

Fantasy Focus Football

01:38 min | 1 year ago

Boston - Julian Edelman Placed On COVID-19 List By New England Patriots

"Edelman. Not the news because of his knee issue but now because of coping nineteen. I think his knee was a bit of the conversation and bill belichick was talking about him and saying that he was headed in the right direction He wouldn't rule out a return and he sounded optimistic. That you know just knowing delman as well as he does at this guy is really one of the toughest players on their team and he expected that he he definitely gave a hint that he would be back and it was later in the day that we found out that he was added to the reserve. Covid nineteen list so that just complicates the picture years that i would say feel pretty comfortable and i don't know how many how many people are still. He's only rostered and thirty. Four percent of leaks has elements. So if you're holding onto him. I'm guessing he's in your ira slot the patriots. Leave friday for los angeles. They play back to back games. Chargers and rams the rams game on thursday night game. So they're just they're staying. Ucla for the week like either the earliest we see. Join them in. Is the back side of that. So when they return and what would be thirty four week fifteen i think. The patriots closed with the every. Afc team to finish off the season. I think that would be the earliest you'd see back at the at the very end so and fantasy wise guys like don't think he needs to be added right now. We'll see in the next couple just imagined this like you'd have to see element in week. Fifteen acre comeback. Be play well and see. You'd have to still be in your fantasy football playoffs so a lot of work to be done before making him a reliable fantasy asset one more time but a guy that has defined you mentioned bill. Belichick has a lot of confidence in in terms of his rehab right now.

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"thirty four percent" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"thirty four percent" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Welcome back it is the been Ferguson show if you just joined us we are chatting up right now about African American support for the president has hit an all time high and of course the left can't handle it they keep saying no way no way no way no way no way impossible the president could not have thirty four percent support from the African American community all right let me go to your phone calls on that and see what you think one eight hundred four seven four nine seven three two when we go to Cody thanks for waiting you're on the vent Ferguson show hi Kerry how are you Hey how are you doing well how are you I'm good I'm good so I've seen this in a micro Gampel here in little rock Arkansas going to you know breakfast diners always leaves conversation and some regulars and one day we lose the third time politics and one white gentlemen when he was Democrat but it pained him to vote for Hillary and if the if binding get the nomination he wasn't going to vote this other African American demands that all man I'm voting for traffic in and he was just kind of done by that and yes happened another African American walked in and he started he got a job in our country though yeah I'm all for trump and just they just kept going on about and you would have thought this guy this Democrat his look on his face on their forget conceded the all what you're talking about right now have to spray for five months ago and it would be if shocking for him and for me as well because I just as soon like everyone else has but I saw that micro dental here in little rock Arkansas it's you know I I got a message a moment ago from somebody that says how is it been as an African American I've been chastised now for three years for supporting the president and start ask questions you know there's a lot leave the African American African Americans leave Democratic Party movement called black said there are more and more people that I know they're actually doing this and are in favor of it I'm glad to see that people are being empowered by this present you can say what you want to about this present but he is clearly and powering people like never before yes factory in another interesting thing from that conversation that morning was that one of the African American gentleman stated like that his liberal African American friends as he was trying to convince them to go with trump but they all stated that they would never vote for the mall hair just because they felt like she only rode the African American status when it was beneficial to her and I thought that and that's you know remember you if you remember you had Obama said he's going to completely change African American community didn't do it he had a more people food stamps are before they had to defend the food stamps Jesse Jackson in his own words we played it for you earlier it the best defense when they were they knew they were you know this could go badly they said alright just to go to church and and get out there and say this is a monthly.

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"thirty four percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"thirty four percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Pacific west there's only six percent and yet they provide thirty four percent of house Democrats in nine about a California has the highest poverty rate in the world this is the LA times and that's when you and when you account for cost of living it has the lowest proportion of workers at or below federal minimum wage so this is this is in our work this is just it's not it's not gonna work there's there's you have twenty nine states now right that have that that paid their minimum wage greater than what the current federal wages right now so they can if they want to do it they're free to do so they can do it when the whole thing of this is that it's it's a the arguments are poor the arguments just are not good that they used to push this and also it why stop at west of a twenty dollars what started that now also yesterday the other member of the grown woman squad it uses the phrase squad to describe themselves a little more says that we should ensure that illegal immigrants have access to abortion this is what she tweeted she was she wrote quote no one should feel receiving medical care because they are undocumented okay I've got to have a sidebar can we stop using these stupid unicorn terms could be grown folks for second can we be grown folks can we stop using this stupid terms undocumented that's like you forgot your your key fob somewhere I don't know my key fob to get in the building thanks or I don't have my badge to chose security I prime documents less I am on document it that's not how this happened it's like you something you use and I don't have documents because because I broke it and that's why it's like up somebody going up into target no targets got a lot of stuff I've been a target forever because I got mad about the I don't boycott I just get mad at certain companies eyes down to business for them and I have not been a do a target for ever the last time I was in is because they had to get a stadium blanket and for when my kids and I was the only place I go and they had a whole I would serve out gosh job the magnolia home to Joanne to Joanna Gaines join again she has she had the whole thing in the middle of the magnolia homes like we'll targets got them a nice stuff America by because I'm so mad at you but I know they got some nice stuff in here and are they go in they want to they want to there's all kinds of stuff they want to look at and get what if I was to go out there get one of those fake succulents that set up there in the magnolia home display from Joanna Gaines what if I am simply just to take a couple of those padded fake succulents to put somewhere because for some reason I need them you know what I'm saying or grab one of those mid century modern looking textured pillows I don't know and then just kind of walk out with it and they stopped at the door be like ma'am where's your receipt I'm on its undocumented this is non documented yes that's what this says no ma'am you're you're breaking the law you're stealing how dare you racists it is a non documented purchased I have every right to these items I do not have a fake potted succulent at home how death our deny me it's the same thing no it's no dear knows the people who have an extricated their head from their backside yet today it's but it's it's totally the same thing right it's like you're going into a what's one of the younger land or something where you can just scored the younger right up the wall they get the machines right there on the wall you know what I mean and you just put in a Cup and you can put all kinds of unhealthy materials on top of it there's like a million of these places if I can go on and they're getting him a Cup and give you a flavor we have to make it realistic for the folks cherry the home what is wrong with you really seriously that's something to bash me about is the from all right go with it we would you put on cherry frozen yogurt cheery stuff on chocolate one all right so he gets this weird did you know that the N. unless it's like a like a sorbet it's going to be mostly fair days are good too so he gets this cherry fro yo in this Cup goes and puts his weird whatever toppings you put on I guess some chocolate on there and it just leaves doesn't weigh in pay they try to stop them at the door Mister Mister Mister cancer you you need to pay for this this is now this is four dollars no I'm I'm good what I'm it's undocumented it's an undocumented purchased but Mister you are a racist I'm half Hispanic he would say I so that doesn't even have any relevancy at all to the from also sing undocumented why because half Hispanic yeah so that kind of difficult because I'm totally legal so wouldn't be yeah rgis itself would be undocumented and then you could color racist because how dare she denies you for a free frozen yogurt it doesn't seem to be a Democrat got to be the Democrats easy you just wake up and you're like I don't yeah and then you play that one song that was the legally blind that Hoku song perfect day you just turn it on I really think it I have read right to live the life of being factually wrong and then when someone calls you out on it not even how that would work I don't care your recent anyway life is the life I mean that's really what they're days must be like they just you know they wake up and they everyone just do you know if your status you must have the best life not responsible for anything at all I love mediocrity it's so amazing and Birkenstock whole amazing that's the part I wouldn't wanna be a what's this million since the everybody wears patchouli put too late thank Gail have you guys know this but you leave yes most like all the other patchouli where so then I'm like close figure at and I don't eat me because I believe in global warming climate change them being flavored tofu is cool I believe in climate change but we haven't had a chance to take pictures of myself and then I will answer and what a life I know the phone I a life everybody helps like working it's like they're like the annoying sibling they gets everything you know yeah like why all right so we have we got a lot more in store and we have a second hour on the way either one of us wait a minute I wanted to tell you what else we had somebody got mad about some biker shorts forever twenty one this storm forever twenty one that way too many women take literally yeah so we have to have that discussion because someone else is trying to copy the Macy's plate thing from yesterday we have these grown women who are get mad about plates and close so annoying play for me all right we gotta get moving on though I'm never gonna stop making fun of it I will you know what I have wait wait wait with with us like life I'm trying to get all my coffee in before three o'clock as you guys know I don't drink coffee after three I especially can't handle my liberal tears coffee after for it this is the coffee that you want to wake up with it is it what is the jingle where is that they say the best part of waking up is the kids because the delivered to your office it's like having somebody come a kick in the neck and wake you up so gaffe unaided I love it it's a really it's a medium roast super high caffeine content no I don't know how high it is just maybe like Snoop Dogg high caffeine content.

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"thirty four percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:49 min | 2 years ago

"thirty four percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Eight seven seven zero. C. D A, L I. So this is interesting. E cigs are kind of getting some good news, which they haven't gotten into while now that I feel sorry for companies for being told that e cigarettes are three times more effective than nicotine replacement gums patches at helping smokers quit now we got to be very, very, very careful with that data and with that statement, but. They may be correct. That. More people may be quitting smoking because they could go to a vape pen or jewel or Nick. As opposed to having to go the gum. I'll believe that. Now, are they getting off the that's the question? Vapors were ninety five percent more likely to be successful than those not using the gadget. They smokers give nicotine replacement therapy thirty four percent more likely to succeed. So what happened is they compared replacement therapy like gums patches lozenges. Smokers were given something such as that thirty percent likely to succeed. But if you had a ninety five percent, better chance to get off cigarettes at twenty thousand smokers. And so they found e cigs beat everything else. And I don't think any doctor is really going to debate that we know that if we could stick something else into your mouth that acts like cigarette, it gives you the nicotine hits it's going to be easier than becoming a gum chore, or using the patch. We know that I mean, I it's, it's, it's, you know, basically swapping what was that where somebody kept wanting to eat? And so somebody took the food out of his mouth that gave him celery, just eat the celery. You know, I mean you know, trying to have as close to an even swap as possible. Now, this was a study out of the University College London. And the scientists found people given Voronezh are Verana Klein marketed sham picks, which I think is close to Shanta cts eighty two percent more likely to give up the habit but still e six two. Now in the NHS, this is an England charities have been asking them to recommend e six two smokers. To get people off smoking, and this, the big debate we have here in America. Do we push? And redirect. People to another habit. I say no. I get we gotta get people off smoking. We've been doing a damn good job. But I don't know enough about the vaping solutions and what the food colorings due to the lungs. I don't know. I guy that called into telemedicine the other day and he sounded really bad and I'm like, okay, this is a pneumonia. And turns out to young guy. Young guy who just started a cough you days ago. I mean, you, you gotta go man. You sound like you have an ammonia smoked you've API. And I'm like, well, you know, favorite cut that back because I don't know if it's making your lungs weaker now get I'm doing any study. So I don't have a lot of proof. So those of you that are pro vaping, you know, you could be like Dr to shut that up until we have the research. But the problem is I, I really can't wait for the research. I mean I, I don't know how much longer I can wait. But the one thing I'm noticing, anecdotally is, we got a lot of young people having real bad coughs. Well, why is it was a bad flu season while not as bad as last year? I don't know if I could blame the flu season for these bad coughs. So I'm kind of on my own trying to little study, where when somebody sounds like they've been smoking for eighty years, right? And they're only twenty two. And they have one hell of a dramatic response to a call for bronchitis. I'm asking if they've and how much. Vape. And I'm not surprised by the results. So when people say, let's start getting every smoker. Let's hand anybody who smokes a cigarette vape pen. I don't know if we could do that. So this study was published in the journal addiction, and it's thought to be one of the biggest to compare success rates to suffer smoking eights, it looked at eighteen thousand nine hundred smokers tried to give it up successful quitters those who claim they were still not smoking twelve let's later. So, yeah, so, yeah, did you quit for a week? Now, they quit for year that kind of counts. But nicotine replacement therapy is only given to those who get the prescription. It's really hard to get this stuff over the counter. And so if you add the buy it from shop versus prescription, it didn't seem to walls, prescription, why prescription stronger is it because what you spend money on a prescription. So you're going to, you know, give it more of a chance. I don't know. So we did you know, right about how the chemicals of the vapor, like cinnamon strawberry banana could cause inflammation of the cells of the arteries veins at heart. One reason why doctors are so anti tobacco anti cigarette, just because it also causes heart disease. Well, now we're being told that the API flavors could cause inflammation, two arteries that supply, the heart. Well, then what's going on? So we're going to be causing blood vessel damage and put people risk for heart attacks with vape pens. We need to come up with something way, different. They say that a lot of these flavorings caused by reacted a way that mimics early signs of heart disease, heart attacks or strokes. This was a Boston University study, so causing the vessel constriction of the vessel cost less platfo to the heart, then we'll e six could make DNA mutations. Putting you for cancer or enabling certain bacteria to affect you? They also found that the cells mutated and became cancerous much faster than expected. These were in mice given the vapor. And they said, vapors are more likely to.

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"thirty four percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"thirty four percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"As the stock rose as much as thirty four percent. Most of the game was given back after the release of fiscal fourth quarter results late yesterday he pluses earnings trailed analysts average estimate in a bluer survey for the fourth time in five quarters. The latest shortfall was the whitest of the mall nine and a half percent. Revenue also miss projections. And the company said in a statement that it made several deals with relatively low profit. Margins as part of an expansion plan in response to all this e plus share suffered their biggest loss in more than eighteen months. They fell twenty one and a half percent on the day. Yikes. I mean looking at that I'm looking at that chart. I'm looking just at the function that shows the performance day today, and it's a doozy. I think is the technical term car doozy. In fact, what Dave plus is now only up two percent for the year. That's amazing. Basically, it was right. And after today's hit it's really come way back. All right, Dave. Listen, thank you so much with his stock of the day. Dave Wilson, Bloomberg stocks columnist and editor coming up. We gotta talk about HP. We're going to talk about HP and HP Q and all the drama in the tech world, Dan Morgan. He follows so many of these big names, he's going to be with us coming up, but first, let's get some world and national headlines for that. We're gonna go to Bob moon. Hey, bob. Thank you president Donald Trump's new sixteen billion dollar aid package for farmers raises the federal government's Bill for the trade war, but isn't easing. Anyone's concerns about damage to the US economy, farmers would prefer resumption of normal trade over government. Handouts, Trump's is China is paying for this. China didn't give us anything now. They've given us billions and some of that money is going to go to the farmers to help them out during a period, where trade has been very unfair to them. So I'm very honored to have done this view and I don't consider it a gift. It all sounded gifts. Several farm state lawmakers say the payments are too meager and the money risk distorting agriculture markets representatives for more than thirty countries are meeting the Federal Aviation Administration officials to hear the US regulators approach to determining how soon the Boeing seven thirty seven max can resume flying after two crashes that killed three hundred forty six people. The meeting is crucial to the US agencies hopes of convincing other regulators around the world to lift their bans on the plane soon after the AA does relief is a step closer for victims of robo calling Americans were on the receiving end of an estimated forty eight billion plus robocalls last year and many if not most was scams. Cosponsor democrat, Ed Markey says the number of interruptions is truly staggering power goal.

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"thirty four percent" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"thirty four percent" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Magic Johnson one syllable cut. He's johnson. Ninety three percent of the audience said, yes, Magic Johnson one word. Magic johnson. Or they're two bolts in sports sixty three percent of the audience said no that the wrong, right? I think they're right. That's what I'm voting. I'm saying I only thought of the former San Diego Chargers as the bolts. I don't even think of the Los Angeles. Chargers is the bowl. You have the light at the very least if a wrong one of the teams you have you seen boat. So there aren't too bolts. Okay. Thank you. You got it not what we were doing not the spirit of the conversation. Getting it up cheating, even at that. Who should be on the cover of overrated magazine. Your choices were Paul Pierce, Bryce, Harper Meryl Streep Daniel day Lewis Kershaw should have been on there. He wasn't he pitches Monday. That's unfortunate for the for the dodgers. Thirty four percent of the audience and Meryl Streep. It's my audience is the army that is the army voting really really overrated magazine, Meryl Streep. Okay. Does anyone? Call the avalanche. The lynch. Eighty nine percent of the audience said, no unfortunate. That in a cornfield at midnight scary or soothing. Eighty three percent of the audience. It's scary. See I told you the Callejas Campbell laugh in cornfield at midnight. You guys said it was soothing I told you it's on soothing should someone at highly questionable have been fired yesterday because Callejas Campbell was anchoring their match in coverage. I seventy percent of the audience. Yes. Wait a minute. What is that? That's Bill Polian coughing in a cornfield or is that but grant coughing of cornfield adventure guest. I think that that was bud grant in a in a cornfield. You are right. Great game game of grin Polian Berks out human. Yeah. Now, these our show on ESPN radio. Magic johnson..

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"thirty four percent" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"thirty four percent" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Bought in this year. Everybody's know played their role. To be able to have the consistency. We've had within our league also in the NCA tournament. But. You know, you're a greedy. No as a coach, you never look at it that way, you know, you look at it. Like, you know, you didn't advance further should have played better in conference play. And so, you know, we're excited about going to the Sweet Sixteen again. But you know, we want to do better. We want to do better for ourselves around you better for our fans produced shot. Fifty four percent holding Villanova twenty baskets on fifty eight shots as thirty four percent from the floor Villanova head coach, Jay, right? Congratulate Purdue and just an outstanding basketball game. They're very very good team. We knew that coming into the game. They just they just have great balance inside game. I so game drive shoot three's defend grade is a team is really really impressive. And we wished him luck forward. There are good team classy guys too. We just as a staff did not get our guys. We we tried to. Make them understand their ability to hit threes and execute their offense with great precision. And we just we just didn't have them. We just did not have them right from the start. We just gave up to a team like that a lot of threes early uncontested threes. And then once you got a great shooting team like that going, and then you're over aggressive try and take away those threes. Then they start slipping and they get on the inside each an offensive rebounds. It just became a an ugly game. I just thought it began with their ability get threes, and our inability to recognize whether shooters were yeah. How about some other reason tournament blowout suffered by defending chance? Most recently Twenty-eight, Texas A and M took out North Carolina by thirty one Arizona involved in three such games on the right side in two thousand one nineteen better than Michigan state in twenty eleven when they beat Duke ninety three seventy seven they were on the wrong side back in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight is Utah balanced by twenty five points. Meantime, LSU has advanced to the Sweet Sixteen for the first time in thirteen years waters..

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"thirty four percent" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"thirty four percent" Discussed on KTRH

"That we listen to rock whatever happened to roll. It's the same feeling. I get my walking through Sears wondering what they did with Roebuck. You've really got to wonder, you know, what's actually Merrill, Lynch Pierce Fenner and Smith actually their corporate legal name has got like a hundred and twenty five names to it through all the mergers and acquisitions over the decades and nobody's ever heard of Merrill, Lynch Pierce Fenner and Smith, and now it's just Merrill Lynch, and lately, it just referred to as Merrill, whatever happened to Lynch, and now even Merrill itself is going to go away as Bank of America. Simply. Drops the name completely let me change gears here. One of the key elements, you're focusing on for sure is your retirement, and you're working hard to save for retirement, and one of the most common ways that you're doing that is with an IRA account. And yet we have to recognize that many folks are very busy working really hard saving in retirement accounts, and not really being terribly. Sure exactly how they work. You probably have one. Most Americans have IRA accounts. But only thirty four percent of Americans who have an IRA. Are confident in their knowledge about it. So do you know how much money you're allowed to contribute to an IRA g you know, that there are limits based on your income. Did you know there are limits based on your marital status? The you know, if you're married there's a difference in what your contribution eligibility is compared to if you're single at also depends on whether you're filing joint tax return versus filing separately with your spouse. It matters how much income you have at work and the rules are different. If you are contributing to a deductible IRA versus a Roth IRA are you confident in your knowledge of all this. In fact, there are also rules regarding distributions from IRA's. There are rules regarding the age at which you're allowed to take money without incurring a penalty, but other rules about when you must take withdrawals or. Or suffer massive penalties. If you fail to do it. Right. And when you do take those withdrawals. There are rules regarding how much you must withdraw the dates by which you must withdraw and which accounts from which you must take the withdrawals. All of the errors, compounding massive penalties of fifty percent for getting it all wrong. Then there are rules pertaining inheriting IRA's, whether you're a spouse who inherits an IRA or a non spouse, and whether the distribution becomes taxable when you must begin to make withdrawals. And how soon you must begin to do. So as an inherited IRA, and if you wanna move money from one IRA to another there are rules on that too. In terms of how you move money from one IRA to the next how often you're allowed to do it and the penalties for doing it. Too often, it's extraordinarily complicated. And the fact that this survey so's that thirty four percent of Americans are con. Confident in their IRA knowledge. I'm willing to bet that that thirty four percent or probably wrong. I don't think about the rules as they might feel confident about. Bottom line is this those who probably say, they're not very confident in their IRA knowledge that you would you raise your hand to the point of saying. Yeah, I'm not very confident about all these rules. That's probably to your advantage. Because the person who acknowledges that they're not very knowledgeable is the person willing to ask for help is the person willing to seek the advice and counsel of a professional of an expert someone who is experienced in this field. And that's probably the your advantage. The danger comes when someone says I know what I'm doing one. In fact, they really don't know what they're doing. And so I think that that's a really good level of self awareness to recognize that if you don't know what you're doing. That's fine. You just go get these systems and the help you need from someone who does know. And that's why we're here as financial advisers as professional money managers were that's what we do here. At Financial Engines, we help folks deal with the detail of these rules. So you don't have to worry about it. You don't need to worry about what the contribution limits are we'll tell you. We won't let you contribute more to an IRA than the rules. Let you contribute, and we'll make sure that you withdraw money from your IRA in conformance with the rules will make sure you do it. When you gotta do it. We'll make sure that everything gets handled correctly. So that you don't have to worry about it. That's what any good financial advisor will do for you. So if you don't have a financial advisor, or if you're not getting this kind of advice from a financial advisor if your financial advisers and insane you hey, we're in the middle of tax season. Did you know that you can still contribute to an IRA for twenty eighteen lowering your taxes, which are in the midst of preparing right now if you're not getting. That kind of help that kind of advice that kind of service from your adviser. Well, that's a clue to go get a new adviser. So if you've got an IRA account, and if you're not sure you're getting maximum value from it. Meaning you're not getting the advice in service regarding it that you deserve. Call us a triple eight plan RIC. That's triple eight seven five to sixty seven forty two and we can help you work through that quagmire. So that you're not making costly mistakes are missing out on important opportunities to help you save more assets for your retirement, and along the way one of the key elements of those IRA's is whether you're paying commissions for the investments in your IRA or not in a recent survey. Eighty seven percent of investors say they prefer to work an adviser who charges a fee as opposed to commissions only thirteen percent said they would rather pay commissions. We'll hear at Financial Engines were proud to say that we are a fiduciary we serve your best interest. Our advisers do not earn any commissions. The only fee are advisers collect is the annual fee paid by our clients..

IRA Merrill Lynch Merrill Lynch Pierce Fenner Financial Engines Sears advisor Bank of America Roebuck Smith fiduciary thirty four percent Eighty seven percent thirteen percent fifty percent
"thirty four percent" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:34 min | 2 years ago

"thirty four percent" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Happened to roll. It's the same feeling. I get when I walking through Sears wondering what they did with Roebuck. So he really got to wonder, you know, you know, it's actually Merrill, Lynch Pierce Fenner and Smith actually their corporate legal name has got like one hundred and twenty five names to it through all the mergers and acquisitions over the decades and nobody's ever heard of Merrill. Lynch Pierce veterans Smith, and now, it's just Merrill Lynch and lately just referred to as Merrill, whatever happened to Lynch, and now even Merrill itself is going to go away as Bank of America. Simply. Drops the main completely let me change gears here. One of the key elements, you're focusing on for sure is your retirement, and you're working hard to save for retirement, and one of the most common ways that you're doing that is with an IRA account. And yet we have to recognize that many folks are very busy working really hard saving in retirement accounts, and not really being terribly. Sure exactly how they work. You probably have one. Most Americans have IRA accounts. But only thirty four percent of Americans who have an IRA. Are confident in their knowledge about it. So do you know how much money you're allowed to contribute to an IRA g you know, that there are limits based on your income. Did you know there are limits based on your marital status? You know, if you're married there's a difference in what your contribution eligibility is compared to if you're single and also depends on whether you're filing a joint tax return versus filing separately. With your spouse. It matters how much income you have at work and the rules are different. If you are contributing to a deductible IRA versus a Roth IRA are you confident in your knowledge of all this. In fact, there are also rules regarding distributions from IRA's. There are rules regarding the age at which you're allowed to take money without incurring a penalty, but other rules about when you must take withdrawals or. Or suffer massive penalties. If you fail to do it. Right. And when you do take those withdrawals. There are rules regarding how much you must withdraw the dates by which you must withdraw and which accounts from which you must take the withdrawals. All of the errors compounding into massive penalties of fifty percent for getting it all wrong. Then there are rules pertaining inheriting IRA's, whether you're a spouse who inherits an IRA or a non spouse, and whether the distribution becomes taxable when you must begin to make withdrawals. And how soon you must begin to do. So as an inherited IRA, and if you wanna move money from one IRA to another there are rules on that too. In terms of how you move money from one IRA to the next how often you're allowed to do it and the penalties for doing it. Too often, it's extraordinarily complicated. And the fact that this survey so's that thirty four percent of Americans are con. Infinite in their IRA knowledge. I'm willing to bet that that thirty four percent probably wrong. I don't think there's much. About the rules as they might feel confident about. Bottom line. Is this those who probably say, they're not very confident in their IRA knowledge is that you would you raise your hand to the point of saying? Yeah, I'm not very confident about all these rules. That's probably to your advantage. Because the person who acknowledges that they're not very knowledgeable is the person willing to ask for help is the person willing to seek the advice and counsel of a professional of an expert someone who is experienced in this field, and that's probably dear advantage. The danger comes when someone says I know what I'm doing one. In fact, they really don't know what they're doing. And so I think that that's a really good level of self awareness to recognize that if you don't know what you're doing. That's fine. You just go get the assistance and the help you need from someone who does know. And that's why we're here as financial advisers as professional money managers were that's what we do here. At Financial Engines, we help folks deal with the detail of these rules. So you don't have to worry about it. You don't need to worry about what the contribution limits are we'll tell you. We won't let you contribute more to an IRA. Then the rules. Let you contribute, and we'll make sure that you withdraw money from your IRA in conformance with the rules will make sure you do it. When you gotta do it. We'll make sure that everything gets handled correctly. So that you don't have to worry about it. That's what any good financial advisor will do for you. So if you don't have a financial advisor, or if you're not getting this kind of advice from a financial advisor, if your financial advisers insane you hey, we're in the middle of tax season. Did you know that you can still contribute to an IRA for twenty eighteen lowering your taxes, which are in the midst of preparing right now if you're not getting. That kind of help that kind of advice that kind of service from your adviser. Well, that's a clue to go get a new adviser. So if you've got an IRA account, and if you're not sure you're getting maximum value from it. Meaning you're not getting the advice and service regarding it that you deserve. Call us at triple eight plan RIC. That's triple eight seven five to sixty seven forty two and we can help you work through that quagmire. So that you're not making costly mistakes are missing out on important opportunities to help you save more assets for your retirement, and along the way one of the key elements of those IRA's is whether you're paying commissions for the investments in your IRA or not. In a recent survey. Eighty seven percent of investors say they prefer to work an adviser who charges a fee as opposed to commissions only thirteen percent said they would rather pay commissions will hear at Financial Engines were proud to say that we are off the do area, we serve your best interest our advisors. Do not earn any commissions. The only fee are advisers collect is the annual fee paid by.

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"thirty four percent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"thirty four percent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"It's the same feeling. I get when I'm walking through Sears wondering what they did with Roebuck. You've really got to wonder, you know, what's actually Merrill, Lynch Pierce Fenner and Smith actually their corporate legal name has got like one hundred and twenty-five names to it through all the mergers and acquisitions over the decades and nobody's ever heard of Merrill, Lynch Pierce Fenner and Smith, and now it's just Merrill Lynch, and lately, it just referred to as Merrill, whatever happened to Lynch, and now even Merrill itself is going to go away as Bank of America. Simply. Drops the name completely let me change gears here. One of the key elements, you're focusing on for sure is your retirement, and you're working hard to save for retirement, and one of the most common ways that you're doing that is with an IRA account. And yet we have to recognize that many folks are very busy working really hard saving in retirement accounts, and not really being terribly. Sure exactly how they work. You probably have one. Most Americans have IRA accounts. But only thirty four percent of Americans who have an IRA. Are confident in their knowledge about it. So do you know how much money you're allowed to contribute to an IRA? Do you know that there are limits based on your income? Did you know there are limits based on your marital status? The you know, if you're married there's a difference in what your contribution eligibility is compared to if you're single at also depends on whether you're filing joint tax return versus filing separately with your spouse. It matters how much income you have at work and the rules are different. If you are contributing to a deductible IRA versus a Roth IRA are you confident in your knowledge of all this. In fact, there are also rules regarding distributions from IRA's. There are rules regarding the age at which you're allowed to take money without incurring a penalty, but other rules about when you must take withdrawals or. Or suffer massive penalties. If you fail to do it. Right. And when you do take those withdrawals. There are rules regarding how much you must withdraw the dates by which you must withdraw and which accounts from which you must take the withdrawals. All of the errors, compounding massive penalties of fifty percent for getting it all wrong. Then there are rules pertaining inheriting IRA's, whether you're a spouse who inherits an IRA or a non spouse, and whether the distribution becomes taxable when you must begin to make withdrawals. And how soon you must begin to do. So as an inherited IRA, and if you wanna move money from one IRA to another there are rules on that too. In terms of how you move money from one IRA to the next how often you're allowed to do it and the penalties for doing it. Too often, it's extraordinarily complicated. And the fact that this survey so's that thirty four percent of Americans are con. Confident in their IRA knowledge. I'm willing to bet that that thirty four percent probably wrong. I don't think there's much about the rules as they might feel confident about. Bottom line. Is this those who probably say, they're not very confident in their IRA knowledge is that you would you raise your hand to the point of saying? Yeah, I'm not very confident about all these rules. That's probably to your advantage. Because the person who acknowledges that they're not very knowledgeable is the person willing to ask for help is the person willing to seek the advice and counsel of a professional of an expert someone who is experienced in this field. And that's probably the your advantage. The danger comes when someone says I know what I'm doing one. In fact, they really don't know what they're doing. And so I think that that's a really good level of self awareness to recognize that if you don't know what you're doing. That's fine. You just go get the assistance and the help you need from someone who does know. And that's why we're here as financial advisers as professional money managers were that's what we do here. At Financial Engines, we help folks deal with the detail of these rules. So you don't have to worry about it. You don't need to worry about what the contribution limits are we'll tell you. We won't let you contribute more to an IRA. Then the rules. Let you contribute, and we'll make sure that you withdraw money from your IRA in conformance with the rules will make sure you do it. When you gotta do it. We'll make sure that everything gets handled correctly. So you don't have to worry about it. That's what any good financial advisor will do for you. So if you don't have financial advisor, or if you're not getting this kind of advice from a financial advisor if your financial advisers and saying you, hey, we're in the middle of tax season. Did you know that you can still contribute to an IRA for twenty eighteen lowering your taxes, which are in the midst of preparing right now, if you're not getting that kind of help that kind of advice that kind of service from your adviser. Well, that's a clue to go get a new adviser. So if you've got an IRA account, and if you're not sure you're getting maximum value from it..

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"thirty four percent" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"thirty four percent" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"I put on Twitter for the giants who do you want as your quarterback next year Dwayne Haskins thirty four percent. Okay. Power murray. Twenty six percent, Nick foles twenty seven percent manning. Okay. Richard Schiff, I've been a fan of for quite some time. I met him years ago at the major league baseball all star game celebrity game. When I was on ESPN. That's how long ago we first met big fan of his on the west wing ballers, he's in the good doctor on ABC, which is one of the top rated shows on television. He's a diehard Yankee fan. And I think he's he's going to join me and that high pitched screaming little boy that was captured by the yes network saying much auto the Yankees didn't need him, by the way Choi to Lewinsky a home run in his first appearance. I believe as he Anki in spring training. Didn't get hurt yet. Nice and Bryce Harper met with team not named the Phillies. Just apparently yesterday. Game is still a footman new favorite to sign him to all that in our number three here on this Wednesday program. Have you checked out the big podcast with shack here podcast one? Yeah. We talk basketball. But we're a lot more than just sports. This lady shoes seven everything about everything sports. And then she says, I love you, podcast and laughing. But I hate that job. Listen free to the big podcast shack exclusively on apple podcasts, podcast, one dot com and the podcast one app. If you love the show share it with a friend and leave us a rating and review Coen's testimony. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news minute. His former personal attorney Michael Cohen on Capitol Hill. He talked earlier about who he thinks President Trump is is a racist. He's a conman. And he's a cheat co until the house oversight and reform committee. Donald Trump was told in advance WikiLeaks plan to release emails damaging to Hillary Clinton's campaign in two thousand sixteen he was a presidential candidate who knew that. Roger stone was talking with Julian Assange about a Wiki leaks drop on Democratic National Committee. Emails Michael Cohen has been convicted of lying to congress. This is Florida Republican Greg stooping, we own this committee and the American people are expected to believe Mr. Coen's testimony. I don't know a juror in America that would believe anything Cohen. And says given his past actions in lies Michael Cohen, also said he lied about Donald Trump's involvement in a hotel deal in Moscow because Trump didn't think he would win the election. I'm Ed Donahue.

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"thirty four percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"thirty four percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Well, call to convention, I guess incredible. The amount of people here, I'm done. I mean, it just a you're talking about thousands of people. They're to this convention, and it's it's great because. It gives you the money show. I think is the best in the country doing this because it gives you access to so many products under one roof and the thing I noticed their quality companies quality products. Some some of these things you go to I mean, they'll just want to sell a booth to anybody celebrate the jets hotdog stand to pick up two grand. That's not how it is here. They really focus on quality. They have exhibitors that are I mean, just real quality people oil people here, you have income you have money man at all. But real good quality. So I'm excited to be here today. Hopefully by the bottom of the hour. We'll be interviewing Kim Getler who is the founder of the money show. And she's been doing it for thirty eight years doing since thank you ninety one. And as I say, it's just amazing the work that goes into this and how to Oregon. Is huge must be like spree. Football fields this building. Okay. Let's talk about what's going on the market again, the market is down. And if you look at the. This is nothing new. I told you this is going to happen. I've always said how the heck can you have the stock market from October fifth dropped twenty percent. Because the rejection of high interest rates this short term rate. But yet they turn around in a market goes back up fourteen percent recapturing thirty four thirty about thirty four percent. A third of the three. I'm sorry. Three quarters of the losses. It makes no sense. I've been saying that every day. Why would it go back up because it's being interfered with it's financial engineering. They're frontloading these stock. They're back to the stock buybacks. And and it's just insane. These stock buybacks you're very dangerous these stock buyback as why? I think this month. I think I have a here. Let me just see they took out in January the big institutions they pulled out about twenty six billion dollars. That's a lot of money. So the big hedge funds the big insurance companies. They're pulling money out of this market. But nobody's telling you that on CNBC. Nobody's telling you that on FOX. They just won't cut. They don't want you to know that they're pulling money out. And you could see it on my MVP to color coded chart. You could do is that you put up the spiders up, especially the banks excell excell up on my chart exile lot this going up, and you look at the energy you look at the volume and the to go on down. So we have the market going up. Thanks are going up. But.

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"thirty four percent" Discussed on No Meat Athlete Radio

No Meat Athlete Radio

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"thirty four percent" Discussed on No Meat Athlete Radio

"And I wanna help save our planet from this gorgeous of industrialized agriculture. And I think that the way I can be most strategic and effective in that is not by pushing vegan per se, but by encouraging people to eat less animal products, less sugar and process junk and more whole plant foods from purely health perspective. There is little net difference between a diet that is one percent or five percent animal products and a diet this zero percent animal products and. The average American is at thirty four percents. So I am pointing in a direction, and I'm saying I would rather get one hundred people to go from thirty four percent ten percent, then get five people to go from thirty four percent two zero. Because at the end of the day. I think that's how we will have the greatest net impact. And I want to help people make the transition and a lot of people will go to zero. And I think that's wonderful. And I celebrate that and I talked about how to do that safely and effectively with supplements like compliments to help guide us along the way. And. So I think that's tremendously helpful. But the reality is that we know the blue zones are the places in the world where people are living the longest healthiest live stand beaten, your documented them for National Geographic places where people typically live over one hundred vibrantly unhelpfully, and they're in Greece and Italy and Loma Linda, California in Costa Rica in Okinawa Japan these blue zones people eat very diets, but they all get between zero and ten percent of calories from animal products. They don't eat hardly any sugar a process junk and the lots of plant foods in the United States were at thirty four percent of calories from animal products in about fifty percent of calories from sugar, white, flour and other processed foods. So when you cut all that out, and you base, your diet around hope plant foods, you can eat a lot more like the blue zones people do and you can get tremendous benefits. Yeah. I'm glad you brought up Luzon's that is one of my favorite books favorite concept. In the idea of healthy eating healthy living. It just for some reason reading that for me. It was just so inspiring. As like, this is this is the lifestyle that I want to move towards what I'm wondering though, as you read something like that. And then it seems so to me seem so easy. It just seems hard by a lot of people standards. I get that. But it just seems that there's a lot of room little wiggle room in the boons-. So I'll read that. But then I'll see things from Gregor Furman that are somewhat strike me as more science based. And that's maybe not fair because Bozon certainly has its share of science statistics in it. And I'll go down a rabbit hole. All start reading articles and research about the effect of olive oil on your arteries is it good or bad red wine. Is it a good thing or bad thing? And some of these are blue zones foods, and they have their place. But some of the the the really top people in the vegan movement or plant based movement will say, no, you shouldn't have any oil. You shouldn't have any alcohol you mentioned superfoods earlier, there's all the different things out. Kito? It's just so much information. And even it seems the same sort of general motivation, which is to get people healthy. And so so much of it is different. There is certainly a lot of overlap, but I think of you as emails list, especially the emails, you send to me are kind of like you I filter out or filter through all this information and choose the best. But what what's your process? How do you make decisions when you when there's just so much information coming at us? How do you decide what is worthy of making it into thirty one day food revolution? Well, so there as I mentioned there have been over ten thousand studies published in peer reviewed journals that I think together paint a pretty clear overall picture. We could argue till the cows come home about some of the details that aren't fully settled yet. But serious, researchers are not actually all that confused about the fundamental food, that's optimal for human beings. There is a broad consensus that we need more..

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"thirty four percent" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"thirty four percent" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Second half Penn State shooting thirty four percent or forty one percents of the Wildcats. Thirty four percent for the game of the second half. Though slight edge to northwestern thirty percent twenty eight percents. Rebounding cats, suits halftime. Wildcats would turnovers tonight. Penn State eleven to five advantage points off turnovers. Penn state. They're calling and they do create offense off feet. And fourteen point. I I think a lot of their game is that way. And like I say when they hit shots really hard to be. They bend their latest heaven made the big shots down the stretch. I don't like to this game keeps going to get a little more confident confidence. Think for me as a coach here watching it is games. Just you know, it's on my mind went you do it early push. If you put them me put him in for his defense. But then you put them in violence situations. So that's a tough ball. Here's Aaron fell zone back yet. He started the gags. He's scoreless for two or three point shots. Hurt. Will it? For the Wildcats. And the about pass was. By Reeves back out about it's a turnover. Hats heard it over caromed. Reeves deflected it right off AJ turtle entered the by you'll see that too often the tip the LA pass. And we're right back off Turner gore turnovers last five and a half minutes by the Wildcats yours bolted. Stayed up four with the ball here. Eleven thirty eight to go kind of drew topic back in the game leaves it full reach fifteen to shoot brief speech at what part. Goes Wheeler fakes three rides got. His back up in the air to foul-up. Dick wall. Jump stop stopping new lane. And show the ball off his feet. That's a law. Eight team fouls. Wheeler at the free throw line forty two percents free. Throw shooter is one for two tonight. Teashops try to extend this. I know. Covered year for real. Perhaps there was thirty of forty one. He missed the boat. Three part. That can be considered a turnover right there. Also, got it part dot gov. Elaine relocates, and then all the rebound deflected out by Vic, Lord, it's Paul. He's.

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"thirty four percent" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"thirty four percent" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Due to the home that he's like, I got it. You got the one that I'm gonna do send it in. Yep. Nobody's gonna fix the outfield to try to cover on a mean Friday. So. So we got four more meet Friday songs that will get to in the final hour this show. This is the return of against the great nobody asked for it. But mclovin has decided to bring back against the grain. Mclovin. Do you want to their? Yeah. Come on over here. What could go wrong? Okay. The club and taking a lot of stuff off of the set here and. Okay. Down the Xs and os of what happened the Super Bowl. I did as you know, patriots employees a fullback on thirty four percent of their snaps. The second most in the NFL to the Rams know this there too big fills up here in consumer Lord, Aaron Donald okay, their linebacking core a little weak as we know. Now, what's gonna happen is as you said they have to stop the run. But the patriots, you know, what the Rams are gonna do. So they're gonna flex out. This little fella James Devlin out too wide receiver play action sucks in the linebackers easy on this guy. This element is gonna come out here and be wide open. Right there key play play axis. Now. How fall out is this? Well, Kyla Murray hit me really hard with the path? And I kinda lost it on. No. We switched sides and Gough is here. What is the key? Strategy point for the Rams, right? They're going to do a priest nap read with this guy's going to come out here. That is Brennan cook. He's gonna come around here jets. We fake it. But did you know next that Jared Goff holds all the fifth long time in the NFL, which leads the patriots to blitz. Kyle Vanoise this guy down. Patriots.

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"thirty four percent" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"thirty four percent" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"What's the final results over the results match up? You guys wanna see both games? Involve the chiefs chief saints lead at thirty four percent CI. Chiefs Rams thirty three and a half percent patriots. Saints twenty-five percent and patriots Rams at eight percent. Okay. What do you think about? I mean harder head the the one think my head says the home team's win. And then my heart on Poland for patriots. Rams. Okay. My. Preseason pick. Rams patriots. I still believe is an entire possible result of this week. I think any four of them. That's why said any of the twelve. Any of the twelve could have won three or four games and ro any of the eight could've won three games in a row and any of these teams can win two more in a row against the other and run it over and over again, and they could still both get two wins or. So I do believe though that the one seeds are going to win. I kind of feel that both home teams. I feel like this really is the chiefs time that has nothing against New England. It's going to obviously turn on some form of a turnover. It's gonna turn on some form of special teams play. We're kind of talking about this yesterday with Kirk. What's been the story of the twenty eighteen season? When you think about the twenty eighteen season. What are you going to remember most you're gonna remember the Kansas City Chiefs in Patrick Mahomes? Fifty touchdown year end the season. They've been the story of the year out if they lose. I'm serious. Like, do you do you the only thing you remember who's made the Super Bowl and who wins it? You do not remember. Oh, yes. So and so on a Super Bowl. So and so won the MVP that year. Oh, yeah. So and so actually ran the one the rushing title that year. No. But I'm saying they don't win the Super Bowl. You'll remember Brett fires magical Vikings year. That was the story of the of the two thousand nine CD. I didn't win the Super Bowl what's discussed. The most is the fact that the saints wanted all that was the year that Heathrow pick. It really that's the story of the season is yet to be it gets written a large amount on Sunday. And then to Sundays after that it's well for nineteen weeks. It's been all about Kansas. Correct. And that's why you think that there have the ability to do it finally. That they have the ability to finally do it. But of all teams that could come in and say these nineteen weeks of narrative, guess what? It's still the same old thing since two thousand and one. Bella checks spoke today. I mean for a guy who has the it's not his it's his reputation, I guess or what the conversation is that he hates the media where shines. Available. He's always available. This is from today. Yeah. He went back and forth at Tom Curran. Tommy current. Yeah. About what about Bill gets nervous for big games? Okay. Is the game approaches that any point? Yeah. Yeah. Every week. Season. They all countlessly. Just let me know the next game that doesn't matter. So I can take that into account..

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"thirty four percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"thirty four percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The bigger the better biggest beautiful. What do they call it? And I was in high school more cushion for the push right? Bill. Exactly. And then also this is not good for because redheads not good news for the reds. Apparently, they're not trending for two thousand eighteen point sites. Except what Garrett goes? Hey, man, I told you that in confidence. Too late now. So apparently, the red heads the searches for redheads in two thousand eighteen were down. Fifteen percent is wrong with you people and and supposedly be trending down as well. And then finally the thirty shades of gray mania that book. Buck movie, whatever you wanna call it porn. Yeah. Searches for be DSM dropped thirty four percent. That's like a huge drop Hala Louis wrapped right on your head. The big giant drop of the fifty states. When it was it was just like, you know, there was the book the movie and even even like women in their bid fifties early sixties that were going on. Enough is enough who else is gonna watch that. Right. Well, it's going to get into that. I saw seventy nine year old man got to move on a we come back because you got to hear this story. So this guy since on the topic of the point this guy. He gets a gets a gal an escort he's seventy nine. He's from Ohio and. Actually, not just one but two two hookers. You got and that didn't work out welfare. And I'll tell you about it next. Barsky radio on news talk. Eight fifty W F T L choice Kaufman here. Join Jennifer Ross, Bill Adams,.

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"thirty four percent" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"thirty four percent" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"A theory from Laurie coming up later in the hour. Kevin Kevin Hart, new movie inside out the upside. Thirty four percent tomatoes is Bryan Cranston. I was it looked like a good idea. I'm excited about it. Komo till April. It's called a little. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I'm I'm the little girl from black ish. Is it optioned and produced in a starring in this her name is Marcie Martin raisin Justin Hartley. Isn't it? The trailer is on your show. It is. Yeah, it looks. It looks cute. It just looks really good. That doesn't come out until April. Okay. So yesterday. Actually, even starting on Monday. This low murmur happening, and some of the blogs and stuff about when this lady Gaga going to address R Kelly, and I have no idea why? Well, the two that song together years ago. What it is it? It was filmed in a faux like it was the Oval Office. My my remembers of video Donnie, I feel like you posted at the sun is not I forget what the what you want. Yes. And and they're like in an Oval Office kind of today, but I'd never seen it before. So anyway, here's audio from GM a because lady guy has and you know, what I don't think collaborators should be treated the same way as perpetrators. Okay. Just because you've collaborated with someone doesn't make them guilty of the perpetrators send one hundred percent. But I mean, there's been this rush to because when I thought about it on Monday thought, and then why does lady Gaga I need to say anything. But in two thousand thirteen we did know and had known that are Kelly that there was stories about him. It was way more commonly known than it was like this was released in two thousand thirteen. That's what I'm saying. It was five years ago. We knew our Kelly. We knew about the pain underage girls ever seemed to dismiss it. Because there wasn't any actionable. Okay. Wasn't legal. There wasn't any proof. Yeah. All of that. There was a case it was dismissed, and so you know, anyway. It was on our art pop album when she was dressing like the Triscuit was terrible. So here's the GMAC what they got to save.

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