35 Burst results for "Thirty Nine Percent"
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
Even CNN Can't Help But Throw Biden Under the Bus
"You can't blame the media. On the way the polls are reflecting biden. Today media have any hand in that. This is all biden's doing even cnn. Which is a mouthpiece for the democrat party. She n n which is a political activist network. It's not by any stretch of the imagination. A news operation. They lost their credibility years ago. But here's one of their stars. Jake tapper with a reality check about biden's plummeting poll numbers. These new poll numbers. Frankly are brutal for the president and this brand new quinnipiac poll only thirty eight percent of americans approve of how biden is handling his job. Compared to fifty three percent who disapproved that's the lowest approval rating biden has had since taking office another striking number only thirty nine percent of americans approve of biden's handling of the economy. Fifty five percent. Say they disapprove of the job. He's doing on the economy. When asked is joe biden an honest president. Forty four percent of americans say yes. Fifty percent a plurality say no and one of the most damning results of all more than half of the american people fifty five percent say the by the administration is not competent in running the government.
New COVID-19 Variant of Interest Might Be Resistant to Vaccines
"World has a new covert nineteen very of interest with a would hogan association pointing to the new new variant of the disease which is off in south america. There of fish this ukraina virus vary could be better at evading vaccines thereby increasing concerns of making covered nineteen endemic in society scientists. Say the muir be one six to one variant. As a number of mutations would suggest it could be more resistant. Vaccines early studies. One five vaccine is less effective against the variant. Compared to other mutations in fact it's already been found in thirty nine counties and as a constellation of mutations that indicate potential properties of immune escape these include a mutation called p. Six hundred eighty one age which was first reported in the alpha variant and his potentially responsible faster transmission meal also has the mutations e four eighty four k and k four seventeen n which are associated with being able to evade antibodies against the corona virus and various other mutations include arthur forty-six k. And why one forty four t is consequences. Arizona known music already been reported in ten percent of cases sequenced by the university of miami and reuters reporting that seven fully vaccinated residents in a nursing home in belgium dying from emile outbreak. At this stage the global prevalence of the various among sequence covered nineteen cases is still below zero point one percent but it has consistently grown in countries such as colombia with thirty nine percent and ecuador with thirteen percent increase. Something to worry about
Biden Heads to California to Campaign for Newsom in Final Stretch
"President joe biden will be in california today to support democratic governor gavin newsom. A day before his recall election recall efforts came after the governor faced stiff criticism over the past year for his handling of the corona virus pandemic and other issues. it's been well funded and supported by big name. Republicans like mike huckabee and newt gingrich but polling earlier. This month showed new. Some would likely remain in office. Numbers from the public policy institute of california found that thirty nine percent of likely voters in the recall would vote to remove some but fifty eight percent would not not surprisingly those opinions varied by party with eighty two percent of republicans in favor of ousting newsom compared to just seven percent of democrats that polling data mart day major change from earlier this summer a uc berkeley pool. As recently as late july found that fifty percent of likely voters wanted to keep new some compared with forty seven percent who supported the recall. This month's polling found that larry elder still lead the pack of potential replacements for newsome. The right wing talk show. Host led the field at twenty six percent this month. Primary remind people why they were angry enough. For one point. Seven million people signed the petition in the first place. A quarter of them were independence. Democrats voted for him. Two years earlier. Majority of hispanics. Now want him out. I think the majority of people are going to vote to recall gavin newsom. And i think the majority and i think i'll get the greatest number of votes to replace it. The next closest candidate was former san. Diego mayor kevin falkiner with just five percent of respondents. Planning to vote for him. The only one in this race the experience who led our state's second largest city who brought republicans and democrats together to solve problems That's who i am known as a very pragmatic leader who gets results but newsome himself was still confident this
Biden Less Popular Now Than Ever With a 39% Approval Rating
"Joe biden is less popular now than at any other time in his presidency. In fact some approval ratings have him right at thirty nine percent thirty nine percent even lower than some of the low points of when trump was president. Joe biden doesn't really seem to care the biden regime. They're not overly interested in trying to govern the country instead. They are operating at an accelerated pace. That is really hard to process. Usually when politicians become less popular usually when politicians start to go down in the polls they start to at least pivot a little bit or say. Hey why is it. That were not as popular as we were. Is it because we gave all these weapons to the taliban because we are threatening vaccines on people what is it and joe biden has and his kind of ruling ball. It's either they don't care or they're more focused on their transformational agenda regardless of what the political cost might be that they have gone from seventy miles an hour to full one hundred miles. An hour of implementing this agenda
South Dakota Governor Orders Restrictions on Abortion Meds
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting south Dakota's governor orders restrictions on abortion medications South Dakota governor Christie Noam issued an executive order Tuesday restricting access to abortion medication norms order directs the state department of health to create rules for abortion inducing drugs to only be prescribed or dispensed by a state licensed physician after an in person examination builds order was a preemptive move anticipating the U. S. food and drug administration will allow abortion medications to be dispensed through the mail or virtual pharmacies later this year according to the South Dakota department of health about thirty nine percent of abortions in the state last year were done through medication hi Mike Rossi up
How Words Can Help Control You Dietary Choices
"What we say to ourselves impacts how we feel and how we behave. If i am telling myself i can't do something i am believing. I am incapable of doing that. And i can feel like a victim of that situation for example with the the job example that i gave a minute ago if somebody feels like. They can't look for another job. They could feel trapped in that job and they may become resentful however if they believe that they're capable of looking for another job and capable of finding another job then they can work on the ownership that they're choosing to be in that job and it's more important to look at the reason than why they're choosing to be there versus believing that they are being controlled and they have to be there and this applies to anything in your life that could be even in relationships if there's a relationship that isn't healthy for you and you say you know i can't walk away will you. Could you just choose not to. And it's important to look at why you choose not to and again that allows you then to be an owner instead of being a victim and feeling like you're being controlled. There was actually an article published in psychology today this month. That supports this theory and i wanted to share it with you. It says here that there was a study that was published in the journal of consumer research and during an experiment. One group was instructed to use the phrase. I don't to refuse offers of unhealthy food as in. I don't eat fast food while another used the phrase. I can't win. Participants finished the study. They were allowed to grab either a chocolate bar or a granola bar of the i don't group. Sixty four percent chose the healthier option versus just thirty nine percent of the people from the i can't group the study authors suggest that saying. I don't empowered participants by implying that such a decision was there's not imposed on them as fleeting commitments diets. Often fail thinking of a dietary choice as part of who you are however can give them real staying
Reaction to Tesla's Q2 Earnings Report & Earnings Call
"We're here we just got tesla's cute cute. Twenty-one earnings report and shareholder letter and wow the results are phenomenal. I'm extremely impressed with what has been able to accomplish in the second quarter. Uh going to quickly go through. The financial results will look at a couple of takeaways from the shareholder letter as well and then we are going to segue into the earnings call. Afterwards of there'll be a different link for that down in the show notes but we'll get this out before then so right off the bat. Let's just look at some of the numbers here. Shift over to excel and we can see how tesla's actual compared to the analyst consensus as well as the numbers that was forecasting so deliveries. No surprise there came in right as we expected them to as they usually do automotive sales. tesla significant beat here versus what i was expecting in versus what analysts were expecting a three percent above my levels two percent above the analysts consensus that was driven by Better actual average selling prices because as you can see here regulatory credits which we talked about. In the preview i've consistently been forecasting those two high this time forecast them to her forecast tula previously. This time forecast them. too high. as at five hundred million deaths reported three hundred fifty four million meaning non automotive sales excluding regulatory credits was way way higher than what i had expected meaning average selling prices. Were much better than what. I had predicted Same thing here. With energy tussle beating my expectations by twenty six percent. Animals consensus by thirty nine percents Driven by just greater They say greater recognition of mega pack sales as quarter. Scroll down here. We can see that. A tesla over about one point three gigawatt hours of energy storage. A second highest ever. I and significantly up quarter over quarter about three times. What tesla did in key one. I'm quite a bit higher than my expectation as well as analyst consensus so that drove a beat on the energy line and then the service and other line that also came in ahead of analysts expectations. About right where i was. Forecasting it at So tesla delivering a pretty big beat about a four percent beat on the top line number there with about twelve billion dollars in revenue up ninety eight percent year over year
In Diversity Push, Oscars Invite Several Stars To Become Academy Members
"Some new invitations have been handed out to join the motion picture academy among the new names being asked to join the people who vote on the Oscars are performers but you probably saw on this year's ceremony they include Marie about clover and Andre day as well as Oscar winners Amaro fennel and singer songwriter her other task to join the Oscar party include SO ray Robert Pattison Janet Jackson and Leslie Odom junior invitees include performers and directors as well as others who work behind the scenes to make the movies there are three hundred and ninety five people invited to join this year as the academy looks to become more diverse of the new invitees forty six percent are women and thirty nine percent are from under represented groups those accepting the invite will have voting privileges for next year's Oscars I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"thirty nine percent" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"American built brand master spas of mansion if vladimir putin and joe or meeting together and their little summit and joe has another brain fart like he had at the g seven and just goes dark. Just just quiet. I mean if you've vladimir putin and you're the russians what are you thinking at that moment 'cause they they look just admit of simple truth here is these are enemy. Countries that are hostile. Regimes are hostile to the us. and so they study american presidents. Anybody in intelligence will tell you they watch everything that we do. They monitor everything. That's happening here. They study presidents and and it's very obvious to me that they see exactly what we see joe biden and they saw something in donald trump. They didn't want to mess with. They saw somebody that was unpredictable. That meant what he said. That would follow through. And that would fight like hell. That's what they saw. And there's actually there's a healthy respect for people that they view it or demon strong is that there's a healthy disrespect when they see people as week so you got that happening. New poll is out showing voters clearly concerned. That flation is out of control. And they're blaming biden for it which he deserves thirty nine percent saying he is responsible for inflation and republicans. Were the most likely group to blame biden. But you know it's divided country that doesn't surprise anybody but even independent voters you know. They're blaming biden also for this inflation retail sales. New numbers out today with the price of everything going through the roof. Consumers can't afford to buy as much as they did just a few months ago when donald trump was president anyway. The monthly sales retailers down one point three percent in may according to the census bureau much of the decline in retail sales come from sectors and industries that had led the start of the recovery and sales of building materials garden equipment. That's down five point nine percent. One of the reasons is cost..
Picky Eating Or Something Else?
"Why. Don't we dive right in and talk about picky eating. I think it's safe to say that. Most parents have kids with picky eaters and in fact there was a recent survey that showed that thirty nine percent of parents say that it's a challenge in their home. So what do you see in your practice. I see a lot of picky eating and there's levels of picky eating the general. Please eat your vegetables. And then there was very serious. Actually medical condition called avoided. Restrictive food intake disorder or kids are frantic about food and react in a very abnormal way. That's very difficult for parents to take care of. So it's a significant problem and researchers also found that picky eating is associated. Now is hard to do this with a direct causation. Because we're not gonna starve children and see what happens to them. But there's a direct association between picky eating and an almost double chance of developing mental health. Diagnosis wow okay and do we know why that is. I think that were. We have a pretty good theory about that. Which is that. Your body isn't the government and a deficit. So if you don't have it you budget cut and survival is the most important thing. So that's going. Be the last thing budget cut so things like learning to speak a second language and mood and and energy those are things that will get cut right right and i had seen that you wrote an article about anxiety and picky eating and obviously now we're seeing increasing rates anxiety and depression particularly among children due to the pandemic so what kind of role does anxiety play in in picky eating. an excellent question julie and plays a big role. Because would you think about kids in today's society especially with the shutdown and pandemic that's raging. They have control of so few things the one thing they do get to control they can close their mouth and you can't make them. Yeah so so. That's a place that they very often. What people are anxious. They want to find something. They can have some providence over right so so for kids. It's like well you make me go to bed. You make me stay home making me wear this mask but gosh darn it. I don't have to eat that. All right yeah. So that's where so very often. These issues are playing out in food. So i'm seeing more and more psychological issues that we used to take care of other ways playing out in my realm in nutrition.
Health Officials Report 1,573 Cases of COVID-19 in Illinois; 21 Deaths
"Public health officials report more than fifteen hundred new covid cases and twenty one additional deaths in the last twenty four hours that makes for a statewide total of one point. Three seven three million cases and twenty two thousand five hundred and fifty six deaths and so far more than thirty. Nine percent of the state's population has been fully vaccinated
Graham scores 24 as Hornets rout Celtics 125-104
"The Hornets had four players score at least twenty points in a one twenty five one oh for dismantling of the Celtics the Vontae Graham had twenty four points and nine assists with omega shows about a dozen I mean I played bad or whatever the case may be so you got to look at all the little things that our team win PJ Washington chipped in with twenty two points and twelve rebounds helping Charlotte pull within one and a half games of Boston for the sixth seed in the east Terry Rozier had twenty one points and eleven assists and miles bridges stayed hot with twenty points the Hornets came in hitting ten of their first twelve shots including six of seven from three point range to build a twenty six twelve lead Kemba Walker Jaylen brown had twenty points for the Celtics who shot just thirty nine percent I'm Dave Ferrie
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
Los Angeles Lakers, Philadelphia 76ers, Miami Heat Remain Engaged In Kyle Lowry Talks
"Today's trade deadline. Now do seven hours away outs. Lawn of the name watching closely. We're watching closely as kyle lowry. Look so listen won't is reporting that the lakers are actually asleep routine to get him in the east to get him out there with the lakers in the east though it appears it's the sixers and maybe the miami heat in that mix. So here's kyle lowry on. What likely was his last game with toronto last night it was kind of weird tonight and not knowing what the next step would be just with. You know understanding that there's things that could possibly be done On the front of me and then other guys in our team and normalization. So it's kind of weird. I'll be honest with you but you know it was. It was great to get a win. it was great. It felt good to be out there. And you know i. It would have been of course. Of course it would have been crazy or if it was in toronto. I'm assuming i i would. I would think but It was it was different tonight for sure. I mean who knows what's going to happen like i'm not knows what's going to happen but it's definitely for sure different. All right we got crisper sar joining us now for sorry good morning which contender would benefit most from adding kyle lowry. You said the three philadelphia. Miami and the lakers less. Toss out miami. Because with or without kyle lowry. They're not winning the east much less the nba finals. They're just they would improve. No doubt were not enough. They wouldn't be good enough all right. So i'm tossing him out. I'll go to the west. The lakers this would be huge because in addition to bringing a championship pedigree more leadership. Defense toughness kyle lowry. Bring three point shooting. And they're lacking in that their twenty second in the league in three point percentage twenty-fifth if three point tips. He's any thirty nine percent or seven threes a game in toronto this year. Dennis schroder playing well but only hitting thirty two percent of his three point attempts so lowery would really feel a need for the lakers.
How Bitcoin's vast energy use could burst its bubble
"Today. Many mainstream media articles describe bitcoin as an environmental disaster in reality it relies heavily on renewable energies estimates range from thirty nine percent to seventy four percent consumes a lot of strand excess energy and could very well have a mostly green future but given the poorly informed narratives around the subject one could imagine a world in which the biden administration restricts bitcoin mining as part of a green new deal the to bitcoin problem is perhaps the biggest existing threat to bitcoin users. Today if the top twenty five global exchanges in the us eu in east asia agreed to end user withdrawals then that would effectively bifurcated system. Bitcoin inside the bubble would be waitlisted and bitcoin. Outside could be blacklisted. Meaning if a merchant accepts bitcoin from you that is not on a certain list. They'd be running a risk. No matter how private you are with your bitcoin. It wouldn't matter you need to find people willing to accept your bitcoin with no trail. Such laws would force users into peer to peer markets. Where buyers don't care about coin history even still. There are a lot of barriers to this attack. Exchanges with lose millions of customers and billions of dollars business the defy ecosystem would potentially collapse given it relies on users being able to purchase eath dollars on big exchanges and then withdraw to trading platforms like swab companies in the space would vigorously resist any change that would prevent citizens from withdrawing bitcoin or any cryptocurrency. Two self-controlled
Randomized Trial of C5a Receptor Inhibitor Avacopan Shows Promise in ANCA-Associated Vasculitis
"C five a receptor inhibitor. Of copan is being studied for the treatment of anti neutral fill. Side of plasma antibody anca associated vascular itis in the advocate randomized trial. Three hundred thirty one patients with anca associated vascular litis were assigned to receive oral evacuate pan at dose of thirty milligrams twice daily or oral prednisone on a tapering schedule. All the patients received cyclophosphamide followed by as thia prynne or toxic. Map remission at week. Twenty six the first primary endpoint was observed in seventy two point. Three percent of patients receiving vacco pan and in seventy point one percent of patients receiving prednisone own sustained remission at week fifty. Two the second primary endpoint was observed in sixty five point. Seven percent of patients receiving vacco pen and in fifty four point. Nine percent of patients receiving prednisone serious adverse events excluding worsening vascular. Lettuce occurred in thirty seven point. Three percent of the patients receiving a vacuum pan and thirty nine percent of those receiving prednisone in this trial involving patients with anca associated vascular. Itis a vacco pen was non inferior but not superior to prednisone taper with respect to remission at week twenty six and was superior to prednisone taper with respect to sustain remission at week fifty two the safety and clinical effects of vacco pan beyond fifty. Two weeks were not addressed in the trial in an editorial kenneth warrington from mayo clinic. College of medicine and science rochester. Minnesota writes that. The advocate trial heralds a change in treatment of anca associated vascular lightest that was previously unthinkable. The possibility of inducing disease remission without glucocorticoid however all patients in this trial did receive a brief course of glucocorticoid during the screening phase or early in the trial. As press own was being tapered off and discontinued and also could receive glucocorticoid as rescue medication. An innovative aspect of the advocate trial was the use of a glucocorticoid toxicity index. That captures common glucocorticoid related. Toxic effects including change in body weight glucose tolerance blood pressure lipids myopathy neuro psychiatric features and infection
The Latest: California restrictions could ease next week
"Coronavirus restrictions could begin easing in parts of California next week the good news parts of the state are already beginning to open back up business is already starting to take shape governor Gavin Newsom says that's because California's code numbers are improving including test results a month ago eleven point four percent were coming up positive now it's down to three point five percent and that's taking some pressure off thirty nine percent reduction in the number of people hospitalized thirty two percent reduction in the number of people in our icy use hoping to lock in the gains Newsome says state and local officials are building out a robust vaccine distribution system so when the specular supply turns back on which J. and J. and more mature no more Fizer that we have no limitations I'm Ben Thomas
2021 NBA Draft Big Board
"Time to do some updates on the big board and like i said before these big boards are based off a consensus at the end of the day between nba scouts. General managers. that. I'm talking to right now about where they have. These guys ranked them not ranking them. According to team needs this is not a mock draft and for the most part those nba scouts and general managers win the day. If i disagree with them but everybody has a guy higher than me then. He goes higher If there's a tie sometimes then you know. I may come in and put my finger on the scales but what i'm trying to do here is report. What i think is the general consensus from nba teams. And i want to start with the top five because these top five right now. I will do my tears column towards the end of the draft right before the draft happens usually about a week or two before the draft. But if i were to do it today i would say that. There's as many as five guys who are looking like tier one guys if you remember from last draft when i did my tears column. I personally didn't have any guys in tier one talking to nba teams and be scouts. While there was guys that got votes for tier one. Like lamelo ball. Anthony edwards james wiseman ultimately none of them got the fifty percent threshold to move into tier one. If i if i were betting man right now and for that particular survey to a pretty wide swath of nba teams and general managers and scouts. I'm thinking that there might be as many as five tier one prospects in this draft right now. So we'll start at the top. He was number one a big board. One point oh he stays number one here in big bore two point okayed cunningham. The point forward freshman out of oklahoma state. Who who's been really everything that he was advertised to be as the one of the most complete players in the draft who plays one of the most important positions in the draft wing. He's averaging eighteen points a game six rebounds a game nearly four assists the game one and a half steals a game. He shooting thirty nine percent from three. Which i think was definitely one of the swing skills for kate cunningham. That teams had coming in. How well of an outside shooter is he going to be and so far. The numbers look really good on that end. If there's an issue with kate cunningham right now and i think it's an interesting one. It's that he has not been a particularly careful with the ball. He's averaging three and a half turnovers a game which is which is pretty high and he has a lot in this oklahoma state offense. They rely heavily on him which means at times. He's forcing things. But that's the one red flag. If i'm looking at you know just sort of overall the numbers and what's going on where the red flag might be. It's that again. Three point five turnovers jumps to about three point eight in this per thirty six. And that's the one that i would that i would be careful about watching because his reputation coming in was that this is one of the steadiest playmakers that you're going to find his ability to see the game to be afford leader very high and that assist to turnover ratio is really the only major war that i can really see on statistical profile right now and again. I think you have to caveat that some by the fact that you look at the team that he's playing on and how teams can really game plan for him every night that there are reasons why i think that cunningham might not have the highest assist to turnover ratio at least one that we would expect.
"thirty nine percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Implant relative to the structure of that patient's anatomy that plan is then taken interoperable now the surgeon can assess that patients flexing of their leg back and forth and that's surgeon can modify that plan with more information than they ever had before in that patient and only then the plan is locked in the place and robotic assisted surgery with the surgeon still cold in the kindness meant the robot guys the survey to execute that plan exactly where precision and accuracy that we never had before that's what I wanted to ask you because I think Robert there's an visions of all my god it's you know the physician is in in that you know those surgical room anymore it's all done by robots but it's really kind of working hand in hand correct correct you should just look at the room the robot is another essentially a power instrument that's in the operating room to assist the search and the surgeon is still doing the plan the surgeons still assessing that patients needs the surgeons now is afforded the opportunity to assess that knee motion in the operating room before a plan is confirmed and finalize the location of the implant and then I said locking that and now the robot executes that plan with the surgeon driving the power instruments because part of this is about protecting the parts of the need that dissenting don't need to be fixed for you certainly don't want to mess with right retirement the soft tissue and and other elements that they can essentially get damage just in the course of the surgery yeah that's that's that's a great point in fact when you look at a patient's mobility is not just bonus that it's the collateral ligaments right poster Christian lots of different soft tissue structures so with this robotic striker the make over but this is a very unique robot this for about we write the software. we design the robot we build the robot this gives a robot that nobody else has and because of the way we program it we can limit the migration of the cutting tools right to assure there's no disruption and traumas the soft tissue so a patient feels better sooner right. who has access to this I mean how many hospitals are using surgical robots here like yours so as an example right now we have six hundred robots place around the world we cleared eighty seven thousand make procedures in twenty eighteen and we are placing robots at a at a very good rate the adoption of this technology now with a hundred twenty nine peer review articles that are out there some of the surgeons really adopter some other surgeons wait for that clinical evidence right the substantial amount of in a clinical evidence is overwhelming shorter times in the hospital what is it is a mystery enters the consecration well says it's a capital equipment purchase at hospital just just like a hospital buys a CT or M. R. but it's the same implants right right we provided on the shelf before and that we have clinical spirits the story here is about putting that implant with that specific patient needs that implant well and as we alluded to before you came on air obviously striker is resonating with a lot of people including investors the stock up about thirty nine percent this year so far outpacing at the mention this Carol earlier from outpacing the S. and P. and others yeah easily and it really does play into we constantly talk about kind of the medical world becoming much more individualized personalize it is certainly plays into Robert thank you so much Robert Cohen vice president research to develop a chief technology officer it's striker based in New Jersey in our blood work interactive brokers studio coming up for you to talk about tech Titans of China China movie aggressively to really develop its tech sector going to get into that it's our weekly look at the new a kind of a you listen to Bloomberg businessweek let's get over to Bob moon he has got your world national headlines Jason few people could have done or would have done what they did with those words president Donald Trump honored.
"thirty nine percent" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Shooting. Thirty nine percent Tobias Harris three for nine Joel one for four. Ben Simmons one for four. So they're doing it with the defense. Embiid off the floors. We come out of the time out Greg Monroe Zan. Raptors have it Danny green stops the dribble between the rings gives it to collider up. Hi, nice fake and a drive inside against Montreal. Try to diss Siachen consented outside assault. The green lake shot clock three. It's the rim. No good. And it's the rebound Monroe K mall would help late. I was just about to say it's going to be easier. For glide lies has turned it over there. The steel and then just reaching out to stop transition was bregman rose grabbing the back of Ceac jersey and Toronto will get it. In the backboard five turnovers for the Sixers four so far for the raptors. By the Kyle, our you'd find Hawaii letter nine point six rebounds, a drive and a pass out to Kyle and open look at it three and a half. Kyle Lowry ten points in the first half. Wow, bread permit seen enough just seconds. After the last time out close one here with seven twenty two to go in the second row. They left Lowry to help came from the top. He wants to help to come from the big guys on your knees. He didn't like that particularly on the back of a turnover on the other end Joe will step away from south Philly again with seven twenty to go in the half. The raptors a four point lead thirty four thirty over the seventy Sixers. This is the NBA playoffs on ESPN radio and the ESPN app presented by AG. What's green and finding a gas station in.
"thirty nine percent" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Poll since Biden announced in Biden is now at thirty nine percent in this poll just out from CNN with Bernie way back at fifteen. Elizabeth Warren mayor Pete at eight and seven so by clear leader currently in the brand new poll. Most interesting part is what issues are Democrats mostly interested in the number one issue for Democrats is an issue that regularly has been at the bottom of national polls leaf blowers. So stay tuned for that effing leaf blowers at your number one issue. Yes. Despise them. I always have we got to have a national one. If we're going to have them one day who's days leaf blower Tei. Everybody put near plugs put up with it. The other six days of the week will be peaceful blissful enjoyable when I lived in in town, which has been at least ten years since I have. Yeah. Nice quiet cul de sac in theory. And then you know, your Saturday morning. All over the place. All morning line. I think what's the point of the whole we live here in shady cul de sac, if that's what goes on Saturday morning. No kidding. So often on the weekends terrific. And again in at least where I was living at the time. Everybody's lawn was so tiny. How about you do fifteen minutes of raking silent male. I have to edit this little bit. It's a good thought. Take guest freedom loving shower thought from Zack. At some point in our history the line about God given freedom morphed into government, given free stuff. Equality of outcome. Posssibility and the desire for it will bring only one thing and that is despotism. Seoul would pay three to eleven quote of the day. We seem to be moving steadily in the direction of a society where no one is responsible for what he himself did. But we are responsible for what somebody else did either in the president or in the past. That's a good one. Yeah. That's a good that some he's among the most quotable people in American history when he orders Chinese.
"thirty nine percent" Discussed on KGO 810
"CNN released a poll just a few minutes ago and the Biden bounce having announced the first Poulsen's Biden announced in Biden is now at thirty nine percent in this poll just out from CNN with Bernie way back at fifteen. Elizabeth Warren mayor Pete at eight and seven so by clear leader currently in the brand new poll. Most interesting part is what issues are Democrats mostly interested in the number one issue for Democrats is an issue that regularly has been at the bottom of national polls leaf blowers. So stay tuned for that effing leaf blowers at your number one issue. Yes. Despise them. I always have we got to have a national one. I if we're going to have them one day Tuesday's leaf blower day. Everybody put in your plugs, put up with it. The other six days of the week will be peaceful blissful enjoyable when I lived in a town, which has been at least ten years since I have. Yeah. Nice quiet cul de sac in theory. And then you know, your Saturday morning. All over the place. All morning line. I think what's the point of the whole we live here in a shady cul de sac, if that's what goes on Saturday morning. No kidding in. It is so often on the weekends. So horrific. And again, at least where I was living at the time. Everybody's lawn was so tiny. How about you do fifteen minutes raking and silent male..
"thirty nine percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"I wanna start with the CNN poll, which which came out earlier this morning and show Joe Biden had established quite a significant lead in on the basis of his sudden announcement and burning in second place. Elizabeth Warren insert Pete footage in fourth. And then a bunch of also rans including Beethoven beta the buses what I'm calling him. What did you make of the CNN poll being unknown commodity with a close relationship with President Obama is is a huge jazz at for vice president Biden, and we're seeing that not only may be the front runner, but he may be quite a formidable front room. I know it's early. I know it's one poll, but you know, when you have so many different candidates, most of whom Hugh American know about having a brand name having a former vice president who is widely popular with the Democratic Party is a big political asset. I've long maintained at this. First month of the campaign is going to go a long way to give us a sense of letter fight is a strong front runner. If you're going to be we candidate. He's I think he's pretty well in his first couple days. He's made this race about he's trying to make it a general election matchup already against President Trump. You sort of faded the president with his opening video on Charlottesville. He's focused on the middle class. And the union hall is just I teach in Pittsburgh yesterday. And look, I think would Democrats above all else want someone who can defeat President Trump in the general election and Biden strategy has been to make him seem like that strongest candidate like the prisoners that test that let me run down for the benefit of the audience. The actual results of the CNN Paul Biden it thirty nine percent Sanders at fifteen percent warranted. Eight digits seven rock at six Harrison five Senator Harris from California Cory Booker to Tulsi Gabbard to club to Castro one gillibrand. In one in one swallow one Williamson one Yang one de Blasios less than one Ryan less than one and with zero Bennett Delaney Hickenlooper and molten now, I think molten and Ryan are waiting for Joe Biden who stumble, but that is the way it stacks up before the first debate interesting about the debate of divide candidates into two teams of eight or two teams of nine or two teams of ten max. And nobody gets the center stage the way Trump did pulling higher. So Biden doesn't get the stand in the middle and get twice as much time. I listen to pretty much everything he said yesterday. I am underwhelmed. Josh. I really am. I just think Seventy-six is old it is. And I thought he was a little rusty both when he was on the few, and it is thought he hit a lot of the right notes. But he kind of rushed through the speech. You didn't you know, savor the applause lines? The clearly a while he was last on the campaign trail that a lot of traveling and a lot of lot of campaigning as vice president, but not not not so much. Candidate self, you know, I still think that being brand. And I think, you know, actually, there is something of a similarity between Biden and Trump back. It's sixteen. Trump was the guy was playing for the working class vote in the Republican primary when a lot of the other Republican for sort of playing for the elite rank for for people in the press like Trump ultimately had the right strategy. I mean, a lot of people are focused on the most progressive the most, you know, elite candidates in fight. It is a guy who has a lot among the democratic rank and file has a lock on that blue collar base, and he showed that in Pittsburgh. Now, you've got to go out appeal, but that's a nice nice space to have in a crowd. It feels like that. Here's my pop quiz. What seventy six year old? Would you want running the country? Well, you know, the what's interesting about five news. I mean, he'd be the oldest nominees if he was the nominee. And I think that's gonna dog throughout the campaign is going to be peace to show that he he has the energy to run a really tough campaign Bernie fans even a year the year older than Biden and President Trump is only a few years younger than than the vice president. So we were talking about that passing the torch to a new generation Democrats have turned to focus on us and the younger voters we could have three leading contenders well into into their seventies for this presidential campaign. But I do think you're right that that that is going to be the the shadow hanging over by his campaign, even if he does well he's gonna need to prove that he has any energy in the vibrancy in the debates in the campaign. The he's not gonna be able to say he's gonna have to show it years on the political stage. Josh crush, our our TIMMY like dog years and so. So President Trump and Bernie Sanders have really for years on the national political stage Bernie's been up in Vermont forever. But it's very much right there like eight people up there. But on the national political stage you've been on for four years. Donald Trump's been on for four years. Joe Biden's been on since nineteen seventy two. So in political your dog years, he's like a Mahfoud though of American politics, and that doesn't I just don't think that that has any appeal to young people, and I know thirty nine percent is thirty thirty nine percent. But wait till they get on that stage. I mean people next to Joe Biden is a devastating comparison. But and you're right. It didn't find it actually trailing Bernie Sanders of among young voters in most of the national poll, so Biden strength is with the over forty crap not the under forty crap, but I will say that older people are the ones that and even even with all the surge of enthusiasm among the lineal dynamic because on the terms of the biggest turnout rates are among the oldest people even in the Democratic Party. So I think it's a little I think it was always presumptuous people to look at Twitter and seeing what younger activists were saying on Twitter and that was the determine if it was gonna win the democratic primary. By doing over dominating among the oldest voters. And those are the folks that show up in primaries. And now I need to play for you beta the best that's my new name for beta Rourke yesterday cut number twelve there's going to be massive migration of tens or hundreds of millions of people from countries that are literally uninhabitable or underwater that are above the sea right now. This is literally uninhabitable from countries that are above water right now. So and tens or hundreds of millions of people are going to leave these now, the new Atlantis is somewhere out there doesn't that beg for a follow up. Yeah. I mean, the climate change alarmism. I mean, there's good reason to take measures a lot of candidates afraid he'll propose green Bill this week. And that's why he was talking about that issue, but the alarmism is done to such exaggerated proportions that I don't know if a lot of mainstream Americans are going to take take candidate seriously. Speak with with with such slang, which I I agree with you entirely. And I've written I wrote two columns saying that it was going to be a bus from the get he's the guy who made a name for himself because he ran against cruise. But I bet you most checked his voters really didn't know what that a standard stood for Texas. Enter those in that he wasn't Ted Cruz. And he's having that challenge trying to find his identity in this presidential campaign, and you just had a staff shakeup is campaign appearances have been more defined by his hand just situations more than his policy position. He this is actually his first politics talking about, you know, this is what I would call it green new deal light proposal that he put on the table. But ultimately, I I just think she's lack of steps on these issues and a dog throughout the campaign. I just saying that if I'm a reporter in someone says tens or hundreds of millions of people are going to flee from countries that are above grand now and are going to be underwater. It begs for a call. The Nida hill stuff begs for kala, Joe Biden told Arlen Specter in Arlen Specter wrote in his book that he thought to hell was lying will the media ever apply the same standards of rigor to Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders and Bego as they do to Trump will Biden certainly has it gotten a pass on the whole hill situation. Even even though it was was quite a while ago. The better bet bet it wasn't getting a whole lot of attention at all because flagging in the polls is now I mean, he wanted to be sort of the teeth near feet type of campaign in Bruges has stolen all his thunder. I it look I think on the issue of climate change, you know, he's undermining his own. 'cause when you're when you're making graduated claims when when you're saying things that are that are, you know, pantley absurd you're gonna lose credibility on a very important issue that should care about. So I mean, I I don't think that it was doing anyone any favors with a type of rhetoric. Always a pleasure. John. Oshkosh. 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"thirty nine percent" Discussed on 600 WREC
"We have a. Did you make more money? And she's not running for press. We're gonna fight for well talks. And we're going to demand that we end the absurdity with major corporation after the major know what? Bill that you defending families like the culprit. Like the coke brothers. Get billions and billions of dollars in savings dotty and subserve Trump wants to repeal the entire state tax tax breaks for billionaires the question. I just I love how you know. I would pay my why don't you pay well going to Japan you make more than I do? This is classic socialism. I play by the rules that I wanna play by while I tell you exactly what you should do. Unique to pay more you need to do this year, the one that needs to to to give us more of your money. So he wants a fifty two percent tax on anybody that makes two hundred fifty thousand dollars a year more. All right. How many of you wanna pay them? How many of you think the government should literally? If you work forty hours a week, the first twenty hours a week, you're working for the government. Does that sound fair to you? Five three five nine seven three to five three five nine seven three to eight hundred number one eight hundred four seven four nine seven three two. I wanna get your phone calls in here. See what you think about this and get your reaction to it. I am. I mean, you think about a fifty two percent tax break. It actually means you work more time for the government. More time for the government in a forty hour week then you would for yourself. If fifty two percent tax rate. And then you gotta pay sales tax. So you're fifty your forty eight percent. Just went down to thirty nine percent. When you're buying anything. And then you gotta tape pay property taxes. And then you gotta pay taxes on anything else that you've got going on, basically. So the government really if you do all the tax really about twenty five percent of your money. So seventy five percent of your work as for government twenty five percent of its for you and Bernie Sanders says straight up if you have a job, and you go to work, I love I love the as is laughing in the room because he says, I'm using the cadence Averni Sanders right now. I am. I am. Bernie Sanders says you go to work, and you need to give more than half of your time to the.
"thirty nine percent" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Well, we won't set a record for the lowest turnout, but near record low Jim Allen saying tonight. There was a surge between four and six PM this afternoon. Worried about thirty four percent now he is expecting about thirty six percent total turn out before it's all said and done to speaking a few minutes ago to WGN TV saying that we might not have final numbers on this race, insecurity until at least March twelfth we do have some early numbers coming in in the race for mayor again, just about a hundred precincts of the two thousand sixty nine reporting. These are very very early numbers with Bill Daley in the lead with seventeen percent of the vote, then Lori Lightfoot with fourteen point five Toni preckwinkle then with twelve point nine percent again very early. Susanna Mendoza now with nine tied with Willie Wilson also with nine percent, then Gary Chico seven point three percent. And. Far behind very far behind in last at this point is Neil sales Griffin. With just point three percent of those precincts reporting again one hundred two out of two thousand and sixty nine precincts reporting for city treasurer, we do have some bigger numbers in. But again with that same number of precincts reporting Melissa Conyers Irvine with forty five percent forty five percent followed by a may of power with thirty nine percent. And then Peter gear with sixteen percent. And the automatic race is starting to come in a little bit in the third ward. Pat Dowell without about eighty percent of the vote to twenty again, that's just with one precinct reporting out of the forty one. So these numbers very very early. And as they continue.
"thirty nine percent" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Ten fifty W J N Arbor ticket. A Cumulus station. Wolverines and badgers moments away. In guys. What's been amazing about this programs run over the last three years is any time? They have a reason for revenge for battle back to earn something that they didn't get previously seem to deliver. Hey, this is a team that tended to your first loss. You have to believe that'll be front and center on their minds to take. Yeah. The John beeline and his team is already kind of acknowledged that Brian. You're right. And I think this is something that really electrifies steps to the crowd at Chrysler center. This year Jerry meals has been second-to-none a champs that reduction chancellor twice second chance to get to eleven and say atop the big holiday. Do it. Whereas with the fending Ethan half eastern half is is a guy who averages eighteen points and two rebounds a game play multiple different. Schemes of defense is all have whether you're scratching down double angles. Turn out to get him. The same look over and over number to defend the three point arc close on contests on all shooters. Cannot allow wide open jump shots on that parameter this Wisconsin flex number one in three point shooting at thirty nine percent behind that. Unless is value the basketball and two turnovers we're talking about two of the nation's top kings and that throwing the ball over. So this game will more probably the little. Office of rebound that that will be. I don't expect it to be a high scoring game. Either considering what what's has been able to do against Michigan for us. Not last twenty three games between these two teams has scored seventy points. I'm only three times their average age fifty nine points brigade abstract. Let's get to the starting lineup metric tight one hundred eighty seven redshirt sophomore from Huber heights, Ohio. Scotty ball handler shooter as well. Third of the big ten in three point shooting. Calill Iverson a six five two hundred seventeen pounds senior from Delaware Ohio scoreless against Michigan. The first meeting. Brad davis. Really good improved player lasts not game averaging almost fourteen points per game. You play two six three six sophomore maple grove. Minnesota rivers is a six eleven to earn forty bounce off more from lakeville Minnesota. He is one of just three players. Who are six eleven or taller to make twenty three pointers or more and eat them. Half might be the best college player in the country. The only player to average seventeen ten and four one is in at the last twenty years Ben Simmons he could be the first ever to average fifteen ten in five in a single season. They played for great guard who is three three all times against Michigan wolverines. It's Charles Mathews. Jordan's bulls Xavier Simpson. Ignorance bras, acres, and John John. Jesse leads the big ten in blocked shots with fifty Ignace. Bras. Davis went scoreless. The only time he's gone scoreless, and it took place against Wisconsin. But since that time he's had double digits and Xavier Simpson is fourteenth all time in Michigan history in assists. They play for job beeline five and seventy all time in his career against Wisconsin. With a win over Rutgers is teams he is now the all time leader in Michigan. Basketball history in big ten wins with one hundred and twenty one. He's assisted is always by Saudi Washington by younger Hanes. And by Luke Yok are referees on this Saturday after they'll arterial Detroit's own Lamont Simpson and Kelly piper. Our engineer is Tony Butler. Our hosts is Brian Bush, Michigan in their home, white as blue trim, Wisconsin. And there are road read with the white trim. This will be the one hundred sixty seven all time meeting between these two basketball program. And it is packed yet. Again. John Tuskegee against Ethan half in the middle. You can hear Chrysler center and how they're revved up for this one. Again, Wisconsin six and three of the road as we mentioned earlier only, North Carolina and more true road win the tar heels seven. Testy worship team half wears twenty two. We are ready to roll it had Arbor. At michigan. We'll start first with the basketball Simpson left delight to the right point for Jordan pool. Topside feed for test back to the basket looks right delivers left to Simpson around a screen from Tuskegee hook pass out of a double team, bras, a pull up leaner in the paint. No good with a right hand rebounded by Ethan hap-. The average is ten and a half per game. Good-looking shot to start the ball in got what they wanted got down in painted area. And that's what they're going to have to do in this ball Davidson to try spot of the block works his way in front of the Bishop events on the right wing. To eat them half between the circles behind the back dribble. Takes into the paint against pesky pivots left handed hook shot off the glass and good. Even have averages. Eighteen point three points per game leads this team really is one of the best players in America. He's very crafty around the basket where you know, he told those underarm shots and things like that. So bras dak- straightaway. Three off the heels dropped off rebounded by readers. The floor for trice who averages thirteen and a half points per game. Second-best on this Wisconsin club, right wing perhap- looking inside delivering outside Iverson left side for reverse who had nine points in the first meeting now Iverson Brit surpass inside a nice cut by readers delay it up in. Four nothing badgers. Wisconsin is one of those teams that. My team to kind of low you to sleep a little bit just run their offense that old swing style. Offense and misses you gotta be able to talk and communicate on those back -sconsin six to the nation or in the big ten rather. No in the nation in defensive efficiency, eight points per game Matthews, Mr. right baseline jumper rebounded by the badgers. Pat lowers the left shoulder spins baseline on bras. Take got Matthews up in the script by bras. Geico's grabbed in the right big corner. By calill Iverson. To Brad Davidson on the right wing in front of the Michigan batch. Hunches over the left handed dribble. Driving on testy. Now a step fadeaway sixteen footer no good border by Simpson. Simpson left to right. The sprint for Michigan. And white a bullet passed for Matthew founded opening took it inside blocked by readers rabbi hap- readers with forty fifth block of the year at leads the badgers four nothing Wisconsin trice between the circles looks right delivers Davis looking inside perhap- overplayed by pesky rotated left side Iverson inside the arc left side bounce pass. It's loose on the deck. They go to the deck for it. Testy comes away with David got half. Caught. Here comes Michigan laughter. Right. Bras data's to ski back to pool a wide open three get in there. Got it. Rattled crew for Georgia bulls, fifty second three ball talked about how important this day would be all fifty law. I think that kinda resonates throughout this team because you seen three or four Miskin players understanding the value of that basketball and get on the floor. I bucket for Michigan comes almost three minutes. Deep Iverson force it up. No good inside on the left side of the glass rebounded by pool. Leads the break about fast intended, for Matthew stolen, by Davidson Davidson this. Twenty-third steel of the year shades to the right side of the floor with a left handed dribble between the circles for your trice. Now on the left wing perhap- backs. His way it against techy. In the paint turnaround hook shot off the window and threw two for two for eastern half volt in the paint. And Wisconsin leads at six three. Well, because of the balance Wisconsin Michigan is electing not the double team him. You're gonna guard him straight up one on one because you don't want to get their perimeter. Guys are stroking at basketball from three point line Simpson on the left wing against twice a double team. Comes dribbles out of it goes left wing for bras data's reverse layup good. He drove the baseline laid it off the glass on the near side to make it six five. That's good recognition bugs Xavier Simpson. Just being able to draw the defense draw to an understanding where that defender came from and being able to pass back over his shoulder ridiculous and think is finishing going baseline. A lean forward is into the game along with Kobe king for Wisconsin. King made a couple of triples against the wolverines in the. I mean the only two field goals. He the entire day. A lean Ford scored nine points against the wolverines. And those were in my opinion, some of the key guys in victory. I mean, those guys that you know, can shoot the ball, but kind of unexpected and no shots, and they were making Wisconsin uncontested shot. So. Yeah. Those fringe players are the ones who really put Michigan in the bind. It's one thing. Like, you said in our open one thing against Ethan half. And he's been Habsah dynamic player. But if you can force the other guys to beat you then you probably have done your job..
"thirty nine percent" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Anyway, interesting to see that whole process. But of course, has been on the news thirty nine percent said there reported such risk hasn't changed level concern for the game for these parents. But they said, it's a it's a dilemma it's a tough decision for parents. Make the good news is that there's real information out there. And they're able to make good informed decisions. When the information was there years ago, just like, well, let's play football. And okay, let's do it. So it's it's one of those deals where nervously. Obviously the parents have to watch out for the kids. Of course, I will too. But you wanna make sure? That your your children are excited about following. What they wanna do is. Or is there with their life? Is they love football. Not a good idea to hold them. Back. Put them in a different position onions are food for the day great benefits from onions, I will love richer breath, most terrible, but they taste great. And they've got so many give benefits they're antibiotic. They've got antiseptic. Antimicrobial components, the rich in sulfur, which is really good for your connective tissue in your joints, and loaded with fiber potassium, vitamin b vitamin c they're low in fat cholesterol, and sodium, so. For fever common. Cold, cough, sore throat, allergies. Etc. You mix onion juice with Honey making really do it. A number on a lot of these issues. It's an old school remedy that they say, small pieces of onion can work against side effects of fever as well. Put it on the forehead, a small piece of onion when inhaled can stop or slowdown bleeding through the nose onions, a day can cure. They say cure. That's a strong word that they can help with insomnia or sleep disorders. It will surely give you a good night's sleep. Onions can also improve the digestive system. If you have a digestive issue onions can help support it by increasing the release of the digestive juices. So if you ever had a b- bite. Not onion juice can help with the skin where it's been affected. So a lot of great..
"thirty nine percent" Discussed on AP News
"And at least one weekend a month, the union said wages and other regional plants of the Volkswagen group, which includes Audi Bentley post Skoda and others with twenty five to thirty nine percent higher in twenty seventeen President Trump's approval ratings being dragged down by the partial government shutdown the AP's Ed Donahue says he still supported strongly among Republicans. However, a new AP poll shows a strong majority sixty percent believe the president bears a great deal of responsibility for the shutdown about one third place blame on Democrats. Another third blame. Republicans almost three in ten Republicans think President Trump bears a great deal of responsibility. While seventy three percent of his party say he's at least partly responsible. The president's overall approval rating has reached its lowest level in more than a year. Thirty four percent. It was forty-two percent last month his approval among Republicans remains close to eighty percent. Ed Donahue, Washington the highest temperature ever recorded by a major Australian city happened in Adelaide Thursday. It reached one hundred fifteen point nine degrees Fahrenheit, just the nation heads toward potentially the hottest January on record the South, Australia state, capital city of one point three million people beat its previous eighty year old record of one hundred fifteen set on January twelfth nineteen thirty nine and records tumbled in smaller. Towns all across the state Adelaide's red lion hotel promised free beer, if it got up to one hundred thirteen degrees. But only while it stayed that hot. Bar manager. Stephen I said the pub ran dry after giving away more than one hundred eighty five gallons of beer over more than two hours. Adelaide beat the heat records set by Melbourne Australia's second largest city of one hundred fifteen and a half degrees set in two thousand nine shutdown drags on. I'm Tim Maguire of the AP news media right after the Senator new rejected a pair competing bills to reopen. The government members of both parties took to the Florida. Call for compromise. Alaska Republican Lisa Murkowski for the first time in thirty four days. You've had a bipartisan group of senators coming together in public speaking in public about commit more news right after this..
"thirty nine percent" Discussed on AP News
"Ben Thomas reports on a new study showing a lot of those jobs are currently performed by people the Brookings Institution. Report finds a quarter of all jobs in the US could be mostly performed by machines using current technology. The study's lead author says such automation could come in the next few years or take decades. But the next economic downturn is likely to accelerate it and with new advances in artificial intelligence. It's not just industrial and warehouse. Robots? Settle alter the American workforce self checkout kiosks and computerized hotel concierges will do their part, however as machines takeover routine tasks the report suggests a majority of workers will be able to adapt to this shift without being displaced. I'm Ben Thomas. Version of Vincent Van Gogh's iconic eight Trump and house speaker Nancy Pelosi has come to an end for now. AP Washington correspondent saga megani reports. The president's address has been postponed the state of the union, it's in the constitution. We're supposed to be doing it. But he won't be doing it. While the government remains shut down ending a week-long staredown, the president has conceded after Pelosi told him he would not be allowed to address a joint session of congress until the government reopens denying him permission to speak in the house chamber to very very negative part of history. The president at first said he'd find another venue but admitted last night nothing can compete with the chamber, and he'll give the address after the nation's longest shutdown ends saga megani. Washington. A union at an Audi plant in Hungary is going on strike the week long strike is happening off the unsuccessful negotiations of wages and benefits with the company. The strike follows a two hour warning strike last week by around thirty percent of the workforce of thirteen thousand at the plant in western Hungary, union demands include a monthly base pay hike of eighteen percent. And at least one weekend a month, the union said wages and other regional plans of the folks often group, which includes Audi Bentley post Skoda and others with twenty five to thirty nine percent higher in twenty seventeen..
"thirty nine percent" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Thirty nine percent from three point range for Butler Xavier twenty six percent on five of nineteen. Joe is about putting in the basket. Got six more field goals in Ziegler's here. Paul scrubs with the basketball for the musketeers out of the time out to Weli. Working on the left point centres at up to Marshall driving the right side of the lane. And we have an offensive foul. Pole against Marshall is max of defender. Four out of the bucket. Put a shoulder, right? It'd be with a chest. Chucker? Xavier will turn it over with eight thirty to go the musketeers trailing fifty four forty seven. You said Xavier so reliant on that Dr Butler anticipating almost all the time. The Muskateers do drive. It's is being cut off in a results in a spin and a tough shot in that case the good defensive play by Tucker. You take charge musketeers at Amanda man, defense working on this remedy Jorgensen. Takes it from the left point to the right point back out to the point again, the Baldwin over the left side of the floor post the Bronx. He's trying to pound his weighing on Jones with the dribble spin baseline, reverse layup on the flange and fall to the ground and brought tumbled to the ground. Jones will be called for a foul. Another late week whistle. Joneses picked up his fourth foul the ballgames. Joel out about that came on came in late. Really bad call by Jamie lucky there, there looked to me like actually brought you're simply lost his balance trying to make a difficult reverse layup. Wants he stumbled hit the floor. That's one of the late whistle. Got fired up the free throw on sixty eight percent free throw shooter swishes the first. Does. Now fifty five to forty seven. In favor of Butler. We have eight oh seven to play here in the second half. Chicks love and brunt. Fires on the second shot. That's far off the plans. No good. With the rebound for the musketeers. Scrubs? Will bring it across the timeline working on the right side of the four left hand dribble. Top of the key in the key data castle. Banks bounces download a Hankinson baseline jump hook on the lake good by the big, man. Because that's the first time in this ball game. He had an opportunity to throw up. Good for twos. Andrew trails fifty five forty nine. Plenty of time left in his ballgames. Everyone needs some defensive stops. They need to find a three point shot once in a while. Top of the key mortgage. The dribbles around the top of the key inside the arc back out to the point of all in left side of the floor to Tucker Tucker worker behind a screen. Stop some props the three point shot hits. It they use brunt. Just to get enough land beautiful through from Tucker. The transfer from Duke fifty eight to forty nine. Saver run into we've on the perimeter. Tucker has twelve points in the ball game. Now came into the game averaging seven butlers. Four three pointer this half, the drive-by Weli je finger roll is good at the front of the rim. Good for to David trails by seven fifty eight fifty one seven minutes to go. There's got to find a way to get some stops can't keep exchange baskets when you're down seven like they are now while what brings it across the timeline right side of the four looks over to his bench deal with waist-high dribble. Fourteen on the shot clock. David, Amanda, Mandy, French back through Baldwin left side of the floor. They go back to Tucker under the corner. Jorgensen? Find a shot shot. It makes a three point shot found an opening deep in the left corner hits the three Xavier was in his own time. Ten point lead three on the way from Nigeria Marshall off the iron. No, good rebound Balfour by cow calf. Some knocked out of bounds by foul castle. George Jetson has come off the bench in this ball game be hit four three point shots the flex on. The inbound pass the ball will stay with the musketeers timeout has been called. We're going to take a break. Six twenty eight to go sixty one fifty one Butler with a ten point lead over the musketeers this Xavier basketball from learfield on seven hundred w w. Today, speaking on behalf of Bud Light and the most sacred traditions. The tailgate in my days is a collegiate Leach, I hosted the very first tailgate in your woods. We didn't have coolers sports, basically, just in the woods. But we had Bud Light..
"thirty nine percent" Discussed on First Take
"But I will say this change hot. And is the greatest scorer in the game today. This brother is something special. He's that sensational and I wanna throw out numbers. I just want to throw out numbers because usually I don't just rely upon that because I'm not an analytic side of I use it. I just don't work. You're like some people. I know. What I would say you about Jake's he has not average less than twenty five game since two thousand and twelve over the last four years. He's averaged a minimum of twenty nine gain right now, he's at thirty three point six game. All right for forty four percents shooting. Nearly thirty nine percent shooting point rates eighty five different of freeze a lot. He can get a whole he can pull up lorraine's three. He's got a mid range game. He's got a nasty handle. And he is an absolute magician at creating contact and getting to the free throw line, which makes them stop for the reason, I'm not gonna go as far as they're more. We went max is because today's game icon ahold against the modern day play in terms of the rules that really really assist offense a place. You can't really touch them. I mean, you could get called for technical foul for having bad breath. Granola it's just that bad name. All right. But the bottom line is when you look at the skill set. That James harden had there are very very few people in NBA history. We've seen with this skill set to put the ball in the hole. He is the greatest scorer in the game today. He is absolutely unstoppable. And right now, he's a top two candidates. The league MVP right now you've probably just took over the number one for for regular season. He coaches an absurd meaningless award for a league that has sixteen teams that make the playoffs and only thirty teams in the league over fifty percent of the teams make the playoffs. No such thing as an MVP candidate from a non playoff team. So why not we do you see what happens in the playoffs, which is a long postseason before you give an MVP. Nevertheless. The question is is hardened the best offense player in the NBA. You mentioned scoring offense is so much more than the individual scoring. It's how the unit scores how efficiently the unit scores when you're on the floor. Now, it seems as empty hard. I don't have my top five players in the NBA. I point out that this moment he's taken over the mantle from guys like Peyton Manning or Alex Rodriguez who at one point where considered enormous postseason failures because they're normal regular season standards were appear and consistently in the playoffs. They fell off that's Horton right now. But I'm gonna leave that alone to I'm talking about offense. How your unit performs of you on the floor now hordes does well is he leads the league in threes and free throws. That's not possible. How do you do that James teasing magician? He leads the league and points at assists. That's almost impossibly doing things that no one else does he has a specific skills. That makes him a great scorer. However is he the best offenses player? Well, you really like LeBron James more than hardened because of only the defense. No you like it because you trust in offense. If unit with LeBron. James running more than you trust it with hard Steph Curry's, why is Steph not only takes over ten threes. A game. He hits them at a forty five percent clip in the bowl doesn't stick with him. He's not just playing eyeso- ball, which you see in high leverage moments hardened can get shut down. So if you're talking about the way the entire offense works, I like LeBron and Steph more than harden, and then you have to talk about high leverage games. We're Harding is just terrible compared, but here's the deal his deceit. That's very slick way of breaking down. And I and I and I'm not dismissing your points. I get where you're coming from. Because you're talking about the versatility the offense repertoire that makes them, and I can respect that. I can appreciate them. But when you ask the question about who's the best offensive player in the game. Let's let's let's let's take into account. There is something to be said about being completely unstoppable..
"thirty nine percent" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Win this weekend. We got eight percent eagles there at the bears. Twenty-three percent colts at Texans. Thirty percent chargers. At ravens thirty nine percent now. Seahawks. Cow. We should send these results to the eagles. I mean talk about run it back. Nobody thinks they're going to do it by the biggest underdog this weekend. Believable. Have we learned nothing? We learn nothing. Now, I'll be betting the eagles for sure. I mean, it's the same scenario and with home dogs last year about kinda rooting for because I called it the day after foles beat the Rams hashtag run-up. Hashtag run. It back. Creighton in Houston, Texas. You're here on the rich Eisen show. It's upgrading. Good morning. What's on your mind? Couple of things first of all I just wanted to. Thank you rich for all of the work that you've been doing with Saint Jude's and your forty yard dash. I'm thanking them for of an organization that partners with Saint Jude as well. I think that's a really awesome thing that you've been doing well and Houston Houston is where the annual summer all dinner in in honor of Saint Jude was where I got the award that nine in the folks in Houston were so amazingly supportive, the it was a record shattering night for the charity. So right back at you in that city. Creighton thank you, create it. I have liquid football. I have been a lifelong bears fan. I'm not gonna reveal my age. But I was speaking with gentlemen, when I first called the end and just told them I went to grade school with gale sayers daughters and watched him drop them off every morning when I was in elementary school. That was pretty. Cool. Okay. Had a had a lot of opportunities to talk with a lot of great bears players over the years. And so I'm a little bit dismayed behind the lot of the talk. It's been going on in the media. Relative to the bears unlikely chance to beat Philadelphia in it seems like all of the emphasis role of the support from the broadcasting world kind of getting behind the eagles instead of really acknowledging kind of where the bears are f this year. If you want me to just give a quick voice to it. Because only have about a minute left. I it's because they haven't done it before quarterback hasn't done it for coach hasn't done it before running backs haven't done it before. Nobody's done it before. I'm just going off the top of my head like who's who's been in the playoffs on that team. It's just it's it's not many of them. I mean Khalil Mack was on the team at that got destroyed by Derek cars injury. So I. Think that's what it is. And they're going against the defending world champ that is going to be one tough out. But the defense can certainly show the way and you guys can win by multiple touchdowns. There's no question about that. In my mind. I don't disagree with you one last comment is how.
"thirty nine percent" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"To win this weekend. We got eight percent eagles at the bears. Twenty three percent colts at Texans. Thirty percent chargers. At ravens thirty nine percent now. Seahawks. Cow. We should send these results to the eagles. I mean talk about run it back. Nobody thinks they're gonna do it by the biggest underdog this weekend. Believable. Have we learned nothing? Have we learned nothing? Now. I'll be betting the eagles for sure. I mean, it's the same scenario, and they were home dogs last year about all kinda rooting for it because I called it the day after foles beat the Rams hashtag run-up. Hashtag run. It back. Creighton in Houston, Texas. You're here on the rich Eisen show. It's upgrading. Good morning. What's on your mind? Couple of things first of all I just wanted to. Thank you rich for all of the work that you've been doing with Saint Jude's and your forty yard dash. I'm thanking them for of an organization that partners with Saint Jude as well. I think that's a really awesome thing that you've been doing well in Houston Houston is where the annual summer all dinner in in honor of Saint Jude was where I got the award that night in the folks in Houston were so amazingly supportive, the it was a record shattering night for the charity. So right back at you in that city. Creighton thank you. I appreciate it. I have football. I have been a lifelong bears fan. I'm not gonna reveal my age. But I was speaking with gentlemen, when I first called the end and just told them I went to grade school with gale sayers daughters and watched him drop them off every morning when I was in school that was pretty. Okay. Had had a lot opportunities to talk with a lot of great bears players over the years. And so I'm I'm a little bit dismayed behind the lot of the talk. It's been going on in the media. Relative to the bears unlikely chance to beat Philadelphia. And it seems like all of the emphasis or all of the support from the broadcasting world kind of getting behind the eagles. Instead of really acknowledging kind of what we're the bears are at this year. If you want me to just give a quick voice to it. Because only have about a minute left. I it's because they haven't done it before quarterback hasn't done it for coach hasn't done it before running backs haven't done it before. Nobody's done it before. I'm just going off the top of my head like who's who's been in the playoffs on that team. It's just it's it's not many of them. I mean Khalil Mack was on the team at that got destroyed by Derek cars injury. So I. Think that's what it is. And they're going against the defending world champ that he's going to be one tough out. But the defense can certainly show the way and you guys can win by multiple touchdowns. There's no question about that. In my mind. I don't disagree with you one last comment is how.
"thirty nine percent" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"We post daily including is overtime. We stay after class and do and segment everyday that we put just on our app or digital x show recaps and so much more. You can watch it. Go to apple app store. Google play get the new version or just check CPI. It's been updated automatic vote in the poll question there as well. What do you have over there? Chris endevour number to our poll results. So far. Team. Best chance to win this weekend. We got eight percent eagles at the bears. Twenty three percent colts at Texans. Thirty percent chargers. At ravens thirty nine percent now. Seahawks. Cow. We should send these results to the eagles. I mean talk about run it back. Nobody thinks they're gonna do it by the biggest underdog this weekend. Believable. Have we learned nothing? Have we learned nothing? Now. I'll be betting the eagles for sure. I mean, it's the same scenario, and they were home dogs last year about all kinda rooting for it because I called it the day after foles beat the Ramsey. Hashtag run-up hashtag run. It back. Creighton in Houston, Texas. You're here on the rich Eisen show. It's upgrading. Good morning. What's on your mind? Couple of things first of all I just wanted to. Thank you rich for all of the work that you've been doing with Saint Jude's and your forty yard dash. I'm thanking member of an organization that partners with Saint Jude as well. I think that's a really awesome thing that you've been doing well, Houston Houston is where the annual summer all dinner in in honor of Saint Jude was where I got the award that night in the folks in Houston were so amazingly supportive, the it was a record shattering night for the charity. So right back at you in that city crane. Thank you. I appreciate it. I have football. I have been a lifelong bears fan. I'm not gonna reveal my age. But I was speaking with gentlemen, when I first called the end and just told them I went to grade school with gale sayers daughters and watched him drop them off every morning when I was in school. So that was pretty. Okay. Had had a lot of opportunities to talk with a lot of great bears players over the years. And so I'm I'm a little bit dismayed behind a lot of the talk. It's been going on in the media. Relative to the bears unlikely chance to be Philadelphia. And it seems like all of the emphasis role of the support from the broadcasting world kinda getting behind the eagles. Instead of really acknowledging kind of what we're the bears are at this year. If you want me to just give a quick voice to it. Because I have about a minute left. I it's because they haven't done it before quarterback hasn't done it before coach hasn't done it before running backs haven't done it before. Nobody's done it before. I'm just going off the top of my head like who's who's been in the playoffs on that team. It's just it's it's not many of them. I mean Khalil Mack was on the team at that got destroyed by Derek cars injury. So I. Think that's what it is. And they're going against the defending world champ that he's going to be one tough out. But the defense can certainly show the way and you guys can win by multiple touchdowns. There's no question about that. In my mind. I don't disagree with you one last comment is how do