35 Burst results for "Thirty Percent"

FDA clears COVID booster shot for healthy kids ages 5 to 11

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

FDA clears COVID booster shot for healthy kids ages 5 to 11

"The the the the food food food food and and and and drug drug drug drug administration administration administration administration has has has has cleared cleared cleared cleared a a a a booster booster booster booster shot shot shot shot for for for for helping helping helping helping kids kids kids kids five five five five to to to to eleven eleven eleven eleven it's it's it's it's not not not not clear clear clear clear how how how how much much much much demand demand demand demand there there there there will will will will be be be be for for for for posters posters posters posters in in in in this this this this age age age age group group group group only only only only about about about about thirty thirty thirty thirty percent percent percent percent of of of of them them them them had had had had the the the the initial initial initial initial to to to to Fizer Fizer Fizer Fizer doses doses doses doses since since since since vaccines vaccines vaccines vaccines open open open open to to to to them them them them in in in in November November November November in in in in a a a a small small small small study study study study Fizer Fizer Fizer Fizer found found found found a a a a booster booster booster booster revved revved revved revved up up up up those those those those kids kids kids kids levels levels levels levels of of of of virus virus virus virus fighting fighting fighting fighting antibodies antibodies antibodies antibodies including including including including those those those those able able able able to to to to fight fight fight fight the the the the super super super super contagious contagious contagious contagious alme alme alme alme crown crown crown crown variant variant variant variant the the the the same same same same kind kind kind kind of of of of affects affects affects affects adults adults adults adults get get get get from from from from the the the the extra extra extra extra shot shot shot shot whether whether whether whether elementary elementary elementary elementary school school school school kids kids kids kids need need need need a a a a booster booster booster booster has has has has been been been been overshadowed overshadowed overshadowed overshadowed by by by by parents parents parents parents outcry outcry outcry outcry to to to to vaccinate vaccinate vaccinate vaccinate those those those those under under under under five five five five the the the the only only only only group group group group not not not not yet yet yet yet eligible eligible eligible eligible in in in in the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. the the the the FDA FDA FDA FDA is is is is expected expected expected expected to to to to evaluate evaluate evaluate evaluate data data data data later later later later this this this this month month month month and and and and Donahue Donahue Donahue Donahue Washington Washington Washington Washington

Fizer Fizer Food Food Food Food And And An Fizer Fizer Fizer Fizer Virus Virus Virus Virus Fighti Elementary Elementary Elementa FDA U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. Donahue Donahue Donahue Donahu Washington
Ukraine president's ratings fall as crisis with Russia brews

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 10 months ago

Ukraine president's ratings fall as crisis with Russia brews

"He cleans president's ratings have fallen as the crisis with Russia has intensified as a political novice making an unlikely run to beat cranes president well the mayor of Lenski filed to reach out to Russian backed rebels in the east the assurances contributing to his landslide victory in twenty nineteen put off to two and a half years in office so in ski is watching his support dissolve as Ukraine stands on what many fear is the verge of a Russian invasion now Ukrainians seem to have little confidence since ski consensual the stability according to a January poll only thirty percent of the country's people won't so let's get to run for a second term and even fewer twenty three percent would vote for him I'm Charles de Ledesma

Lenski Russia Ukraine Charles De Ledesma
NFL concerned about concussions, injuries on special teams

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 10 months ago

NFL concerned about concussions, injuries on special teams

"The the the the NFL's NFL's NFL's NFL's chief chief chief chief medical medical medical medical officer officer officer officer says says says says one one one one in in in in six six six six concussions concussions concussions concussions came came came came on on on on special special special special teams teams teams teams this this this this season season season season and and and and thirty thirty thirty thirty percent percent percent percent of of of of major major major major knee knee knee knee injuries injuries injuries injuries and and and and twenty twenty twenty twenty nine nine nine nine percent percent percent percent of of of of other other other other lower lower lower lower body body body body injuries injuries injuries injuries were were were were on on on on kick kick kick kick teams teams teams teams the the the the numbers numbers numbers numbers are are are are alarming alarming alarming alarming because because because because only only only only about about about about seventeen seventeen seventeen seventeen percent percent percent percent of of of of all all all all plays plays plays plays involve involve involve involve special special special special teams teams teams teams league league league league officials officials officials officials however however however however stopping stopping stopping stopping short short short short of of of of saying saying saying saying rule rule rule rule changes changes changes changes to to to to limit limit limit limit kicked kicked kicked kicked place place place place could could could could be be be be coming coming coming coming meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile on on on on the the the the cold cold cold cold front front front front positive positive positive positive cases cases cases cases mushroom mushroom mushroom mushroom to to to to four four four four hundred hundred hundred hundred eleven eleven eleven eleven on on on on the the the the week week week week of of of of December December December December twenty twenty twenty twenty six six six six there there there there were were were were only only only only thirty thirty thirty thirty seven seven seven seven cases cases cases cases among among among among the the the the fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen playoff playoff playoff playoff teams teams teams teams I I I I Norman Norman Norman Norman hall hall hall hall

NFL League League League League Norman Norman Norman Norman Ha
As COVID fueled the drug crisis, Native Americans hit worst

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

As COVID fueled the drug crisis, Native Americans hit worst

"As as cove cove it it fuels fuels the the drug drug crisis crisis in in America America native native Americans Americans are are being being hit hit the the worst worst the the white white earth earth nation nation tribe tribe in in Minnesota Minnesota worked worked hard hard to to save save its its people people from from addiction addiction and and in in many many years years lost lost no no one one to to overdoses overdoses on on the the reservation reservation but but then then the the pandemic pandemic arrived arrived improved improved too too painful painful for for some some like like Rachel Rachel Taylor Taylor son son who who became became addicted addicted after after being being prescribed prescribed pain pain killers killers as as a a teen teen haven haven this this Hellebuyck Hellebuyck and and it it felt felt like like this this pandemic pandemic wasn't wasn't nothing nothing compared compared to to the the pandemic pandemic of of all all that that you you know know the the Dr Dr Linda Linda Fenton Fenton all all want want opioids opioids that that have have taken taken over over a a record record high high one one hundred hundred thousand thousand Americans Americans were were lost lost in in the the year year to to drug drug overdoses overdoses as as the the pandemic pandemic sent sent addiction addiction up up by by nearly nearly thirty thirty percent percent with with native native Americans Americans twelve twelve times times more more likely likely than than others others to to die die from from meth meth amphetamine amphetamine I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

Cove Cove White White Earth Earth Rachel Rachel Taylor Taylor Minnesota America Hellebuyck Hellebuyck Dr Dr Linda Linda Fenton Fento Julie Julie Walker Walker
What's your religion? In US, a common reply now is "None"

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

What's your religion? In US, a common reply now is "None"

"When when Americans Americans are are asked asked by by pollsters pollsters about about their their religious religious identity identity the the fastest fastest growing growing major major group group consists consists of of those those who who don't don't affiliate affiliate with with any any organized organized religion religion summer summer atheist atheist some some agnostic agnostic and and many many describe describe themselves themselves as as spiritual spiritual but but not not religious religious according according to to one one new new survey survey by by the the pew pew research research center center they they now now account account for for twenty twenty nine nine percent percent of of American American adults adults up up from from nineteen nineteen percent percent ten ten years years ago ago the the religiously religiously unaffiliated unaffiliated used used to to concentrate concentrate in in urban urban coastal coastal areas areas but but now now they they live live across across the the U. U. S. S. representing representing a a diversity diversity of of ages ages ethnicities ethnicities and and socio socio economic economic backgrounds backgrounds about about thirty thirty percent percent say say they they feel feel some some connection connection to to god god or or a a higher higher power power even even though though they're they're not not church church members members I'm I'm Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff

Pew Pew Research Research Cent U. Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff
Christmas tree buyers face reduced supplies, higher prices

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Christmas tree buyers face reduced supplies, higher prices

"Supply supply chain chain problems problems and and severe severe weather weather are are making making it it harder harder to to deck deck the the halls halls dennoch dennoch shortages shortages and and inflation inflation are are hitting hitting the the Christmas Christmas tree tree market market industry industry officials officials say say Americans Americans should should expect expect fewer fewer choices choices and and up up to to thirty thirty percent percent higher higher prices prices for for both both real real and and artificial artificial trees trees this this season season Jamie Jamie Warner Warner with with the the American American Christmas Christmas tree tree association association called called the the situation situation a a double double whammy whammy supply supply chain chain disruptions disruptions include include Clark Clark ports ports and and a a shortage shortage of of truck truck drivers drivers record record breaking breaking heat heat drought drought wildfires wildfires and and a a flurry flurry of of sales sales last last year year took took a a toll toll on on supplies supplies from from Christmas Christmas tree tree farms farms in in Oregon Oregon and and Washington Washington state state at at crystal crystal river river Christmas Christmas trees trees in in Alameda Alameda California California owner owner Dale Dale pine pine tells tells the the AP AP the the cost cost of of trees trees labor labor intractable intractable every every have have all all gone gone up up I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

Jamie Jamie Warner Warner American American Christmas Ch Clark Clark Ports Crystal Crystal River River Oregon Alameda Washington Dale Dale Pine Pine Ap Ap California Jennifer Jennifer King King
New reported cases up nearly 30% in the last two weeks

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

New reported cases up nearly 30% in the last two weeks

"Holiday travel this week came close to pre pandemic levels at the nation's airports but there are concerns that will lead to another spike in corona virus cases the TSA reports more than two million people a day pass through their airport checkpoints since this weekend close to the numbers for thanksgiving twenty nineteen the centers for disease control had urged unvaccinated people not to travel with fears they'll spread coded from state to state there's already a resurgence Johns Hopkins University is reporting new cases were up nearly thirty percent in the last two weeks with close to one hundred thousand new infections in the country every day hospitals in Michigan are at capacity the federal government is sending in military personnel Colorado and Arizona are also seeing spikes in Connecticut two thirds of the state is it a red alert level the governor is warning that cases are also searching in surrounding north eastern states I'm Jackie Quinn

Corona TSA Centers For Disease Control Johns Hopkins University Federal Government Michigan Colorado Arizona Connecticut Jackie Quinn
Thousands of military families struggle with food insecurity

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Thousands of military families struggle with food insecurity

"The pandemic is highlighted how thousands of military families are struggling to get enough to eat feeding America which coordinates the work of more than two hundred food banks around the country estimates that as many as a hundred and sixty thousand active duty military members are having trouble feeding their families and nearly thirty percent of troops in the most junior enlisted ranks faced food insecurity during the previous year modest pay for junior ranks a culture of self sufficiency frequent moves all make things more difficult end of scare agriculture department rule prevents thousands of needy military families from accessing snap benefits commonly known as food stamps families living outside base grounds receive a basic allowance for housing that is counted as income a network of foodbanks has grown up near most major domestic basis showing how entrenched the problem has become activists say they felt a change in attitude from the Pentagon this year and both Congress and the U. S. D. A. say they're taking a fresh look at the problem Jennifer king Washington

America U. S. D. A. Pentagon Congress Jennifer King Washington
Fears of rising baguette prices pose crunch for the French

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Fears of rising baguette prices pose crunch for the French

"Hike in the cost of wheat is alarming French households who feel a possible rise in the price of the price but get seen by many as a barometer of the country's economic health what we see and take up the tray of freshly baked now many blown Jews around from putting up some customers that the long crunchy staple could be going up in price by forty six cents from its average of just over a dollar Montel what you think but one expert says the price for but it has only gone up about twenty five cents over the last twenty years the bread industry crunch has been linked to a thirty percent worldwide increase since September in the price of wheat off to bad harvests in Russia I'm Charles the last month

Montel Russia Charles
 Winter heating bills set to jump as inflation hits home

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Winter heating bills set to jump as inflation hits home

"Get ready to pay higher bills for heating this winter pandemic shut downs and supply bottlenecks have led to higher prices putting inflation up five point four percent from where it was a year ago and one price surge this especially worrisome is for heating oil and natural gas the U. S. energy information administration says it expects households to see their heating bills jump as much as fifty four percent compared to last winter the government says the price of heating oil could jump forty three percent natural gas an average of thirty percent and a more modest increase of six percent for electricity the explanation is a surge in prices for energy commodities after they dropped to multi year lows in twenty twenty demand

U. S. Energy Information Admin Government
What Democrats Are Doing Is a Moral and Constitutional Abomination

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | 1 year ago

What Democrats Are Doing Is a Moral and Constitutional Abomination

"Are fed up. And i promise you this idiotic. Effort to force people to get a vaccine in the workplace is a huge part of it. I'm angry about it. And i'm angry about about to get a booster. I guess i don't know. I'm going to get the what happens with the booster johnson and johnson. I got an employee who's going to get his booster today and eric's all set to go set up an appointment. He got to the pfizer. Vaccine the to dose. And he's going to get fis booster. I wanna find out what my antibodies are. I keep forgetting to call the doctor and get a test set up. I wanna know where my antibodies are. And what he thinks. I should do about getting a booster. I think he believes. I should get one if he does. I'm gonna get it. I shouldn't be fired if i don't and we are into a state and this article is so important i want to read more of it. From joy pullman of the federalist and you hear from this last guy in north carolina paul. Who's about to be fired after a thirty year. Career at american airlines when he america. You're gonna fire your pilots. Paul did at the airline but apparently thirty percent of american airline pilots aren't getting the vaccine joy pullman rights what democrats are doing as republicans stand down yet again is a moral and constitutional abomination not even the fig leaf pose of a pen signing balderdash phil document is needed for today's democrats. Whatever they say you do

Johnson Joy Pullman Pfizer Eric North Carolina Paul Pullman America Phil
The Biden Regime's Unconstitutional Attack on the Arizona Audit

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | 1 year ago

The Biden Regime's Unconstitutional Attack on the Arizona Audit

"The arizona audit had come out and said that they were anywhere between fifty five thousand and seventy five thousand illegally administered votes in arizona. Phantom voters duplicate voters ghost voters and despite this there has been this backlash from the media saying that out there was no fraud at all whatsoever. There was nothing at all to see now. The audit does not say that and so in response to that. What is the regimes and the democrats way to handle the audit now. They are doing an oversight committee to try to make sure that no more audits happen. They want to make sure that this is the end of audits as we know it now why would they be doing a federal oversight committee hearing if they were not worried about more audits. I thought the audit showed that joe biden won by more votes if the audit confirmed what they want. Why are they now. Having a federal oversight committee on a state run audit. Do you notice. They do not have federal oversight. Committee's run by democrats on the open borders on rising crime. You know that murders are up thirty percent this year since last year since we decided to usher in this. Blm inc criminal justice view so the committee says that they have concerns over the hiring of cyber ninjas to conduct the audit saying quote to hearing will examine how despite failing to find any fraud cyber. Ninjas audit has already inflicted grave damage to our democracy. Well first of all. They did find illegally administered ballots. And how does auditing. The results have a grave damage to the democracy. The audit has threatened the integrity of arizona's elections inspired similar hyper partisan audits other states. That's the kicker everybody the fact that there are more audits and other states and they're gonna find out things that they do not want you to find out

Arizona Blm Inc Joe Biden
Is America Becoming a Safer or More Dangerous Country?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Is America Becoming a Safer or More Dangerous Country?

"America becoming a safer country or a more dangerous country. So merrick garland did not issue a memo condemning the fact that murders are up thirty percent since last year thirty percent. Murders are up to murders are up. Thirty percent in the last year and merrick garland instead issues at directive saying that. We're not going to go. Try to find the spike in violent crime. Like the app abolishing police force. Blm inc how these ideas of crt are actually resulting in more people being dead now instead he wants to issue a press release or a memo directing the federal government to go after domestic political enemies. That they don't like instead of trying to convince people of a certain viewpoint they want to go to force. We've talked about this many times on our program. There are two ways that you can organize society. every government can be put into one of these two buckets. Either it's a government that has an emphasis on speech or a government that has emphasis on force. The left is done talking. They don't wanna talk instead. They're willing to use armed. Federal agents to go after moms and dads. I can cut fifty four parents that are speaking out of school. Board meetings according to the national school board association and your federal government. Blm they are not domestic not even close the cartel no memo issued about the cartel. How about gang bangers in inner cities nope no instead. This is the emphasis and the focus of the people who have the

Merrick Garland Blm Inc America Federal Government National School Board Associat BLM
400K in US got Pfizer booster shots last weekend

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

400K in US got Pfizer booster shots last weekend

"The bite into the serrations says the cope with nineteen vaccine booster campaign is off to a strong start White House virus response coordinator Jeff Zion says that pharmacies alone last weekend over four hundred thousand Americans receive the additional protection of a booster science says the focus remains on the roughly twenty five percent of eligible Americans who have not yet gotten there first vaccine dose CDC cheaper shovel Lenski says a particular group is concerning about thirty percent of women who are pregnant right now are vaccinated and extraordinarily low number and just fifteen percent of black pregnant women Wilensky says data show the shots are safe for both mother and baby Sager mag ani Washington

Jeff Zion White House Lenski CDC Wilensky Sager Mag Ani Washington
FBI: 2020 homicides up nearly 30%, largest 1-year jump ever

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

FBI: 2020 homicides up nearly 30%, largest 1-year jump ever

"The FBI says homicides rose sharply in the U. S. in twenty twenty nearly thirty percent over the prior year the FBI says it's the largest one year increase since they started keeping records nearly twenty one thousand six hundred people dying at the hands of others while other violent crimes increased slightly property crimes continue to fall down nearly eight percent over last year a criminologist at Northeastern University James Alan fox says with the pandemic keeping people home and the racial and political divide in the country twenty twenty should be looked at as a unique year and not necessarily part of a long term trend in increasing violence Jackie Quinn Washington

FBI James Alan Fox Northeastern University Jackie Quinn Washington
Why is Fortnite banned from Apple?

Talking Tech

02:21 min | 1 year ago

Why is Fortnite banned from Apple?

"More rumblings in the battle between games an apple over fortnight and the app store the ceo and founder of epic games said recently on twitter that fortnight will continue to be blacklisted. From apple's app store a tim sweeney. Who is the founder and ceo of the company Shared some of this information through his twitter account. According to him for night will continue to be barred from the app store until the conclusion of the appeals process in the company's lawsuit against apple according to emails that sweeney released through twitter apple has said that epic games committed a breach-of-contract and trust when it implemented an option for app related purchases outside of apple system if you recall A lot of this started because fortnight epa games rather the creators. A fortnight added a system within the game so that folks could buy v box. Which is the in game currency and they could do it within the game without having to use the app store. Obviously that upset apple apple ban them from the app store ended up removing them completely. Epic followed up with a lawsuit and this is where we are According to an email that sweeney released from who what appears to be an apple representative it says quote apple as exercises discretion not to reinstate epochs developer program account at this time and quote representatives from apple declined to comment now earlier. This month. we had a big Moment in the case where federal judge said apple must let developers use payment options that funnel consumers out of the tech giant's app store which would then bypass apples thirty percent commission on a lot of transactions. Epic has appealed the ruling though because the district judge in the case rejected the company's allegations that apple random monopoly. So what is this gonna eventually mean for. Users will no more obviously wants. This appeals process shakes out as far how apt transactions. At purchases will go. We could see a lot of things like a link within an app. That takes you to maybe a safari page or some of the browser. And then you can pay there as well. That doesn't mean that apps are users couldn't still use the option to go through the app store to make their purchases but it might change a little bit How that process works. It could also mean to as an incentive for people to click that link they may be paying

Apple App Store Twitter Tim Sweeney Sweeney Epic Games EPA
Unpacking the Apple vs Epic Ruling

Waveform: The MKBHD Podcast

02:57 min | 1 year ago

Unpacking the Apple vs Epic Ruling

"Versus epic. We kind of got the ruling after the whole lawsuit. We've talked about it before epic suing apple because they made them take out button that was leading people pay on third party site in apple. Obviously with their iowa store in their thirty percent. Cut doesn't want that to happen. so kind of is like Win lose lose more. Even though that's three parties there's only two parties associated. This seemed like everybody was not happy yet. Kind of kinda sorta so pretty much. The judge ruled that they're not being anti-competitive they claim. Success is not illegal and both apple and third party developers like epic have symbiotically benefited from ever increasing innovation and growth from the ios ecosystem. Fair feels pretty fair now they did also though and this is what kind of is a lose aspect for apple is that they They ruled there for permanent nationwide injunction blocking apple not only from keeping iphone users in the dark about alternate ways to pay but potentially allowing developers to stick their own purchase mechanisms into apps. So that's a win for developers. I'm yeah so initially that one rule that Epic was pretty mad about was that in-app purchases had to go through apple's payment method which automatically took a thirty percent cut and the argument was. Why should there be an only apple at purchase that there should be other options to be able to have our own in-app purchase methods. Should be offer alternates. Maybe some of them are cheaper because they don't have to go through a thirty percent cut from apple and this ruling is that apple will now need to allow other purchase methods for in-app purchases and there's a little bit of they're not quite sure how this is gonna work. What constitutes a button inside it and stuff so that'll be a little weird but so the reason epic doesn't really win on. This is because the way they started. This whole suit was by adding that and the judge also ruled that it was a breach of the contract and apple is allowed to continue to knock basically let four-night back into the not. Give them back their developer account. So while you are there blocking that and you will potentially be able to put a button in for this kind of skirting. The rules epa can't because they're not allowed back in apple store epic knew what they're doing when they broke the rules so developers win apple kind of loses epic really loses. Because they're not back on the ios store and they also had to pay some sort of a fine because of the money that they made in that process of breaching the contract. So that's super super. Te'o dr version of a all have links in the description. So you can read the full thing. It's super interesting But yet it's been going on for a long time and yeah it also seems like it's far from over anytime there's just like all right another year of like back and forth between like researching each other so that is a still developing but that's at least some development

Apple Iowa Ios Store Super Super EPA
A 20-Year Megadrought Threatens Hydropower in the West

Environment: NPR

02:09 min | 1 year ago

A 20-Year Megadrought Threatens Hydropower in the West

"A twenty year. Mega drought in the west is threatening hydropower. For millions of people so the federal government is taking emergency action it sending water from other reservoirs to lake powell to help. Keep the power turbines. They're spinning. here's michael. Elizabeth sack is from colorado public radio at elk creek marina. People wait in line to back their trailers into the water to pull their boats out. And some like walter. Slut cough are frustrated. Resumes legua up and down many times. But we're not happy with it this year. Of course because we're all getting kicked out early and we pay for slips for the season. Blue mesa is colorado's largest reservoir. It's already less than thirty percent full. And now it's being forced to sacrifice more water to send to lake powell eric. Logan is head of operations at elk. Creek marina he had to shut down six weeks early because of the low water levels. It's a big hit for us for sure. There's a bunch of employees. That doctor would be employed into october and suddenly they're out looking for employment in middle of august. The deepening drought in the west has dealt a double blow to blue mesa this summer with climate change there's less snowpack and warmer temperatures increase. Evaporation so less water is making it into the colorado river and reservoirs like blue mesa and now the federal government is taking water from this lake into other reservoirs. If we were full it wouldn't be that big deal but since we're already so low and we're barely hanging on by our fingertips on trying to stay open. You take eight feet of water and suddenly we got shut the doors and move everything out to deeper water and there's nothing we can do about it. Lake powell on the utah. Arizona border hit its lowest level on record earlier this summer. Logan worries the reservoir will need even more water from blue mesa. If the drought doesn't improve the question is are they going to release whatever we get. That would become a very big problem for everyone around here. Blue may sat and the other reservoirs were built in the nineteen sixties for times of drought. It's a bank of water that the states can tap when they need. It says john macleod. A water lawyer in colorado. The water always goes to lake. Powell and this release is part of the plan. And it's using the reservoirs for one of their intended purposes

Elizabeth Sack Elk Creek Marina Blue Mesa Powell Eric Creek Marina Colorado Federal Government Powell Logan Walter Michael Colorado River Mesa Lake Powell Utah Arizona John Macleod
"thirty percent" Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"thirty percent" Discussed on Back To Back

"One of them agrees using his upset In fact there is a moment. And i won't. There's a moment where spin magazine called Lead single which is absolutely decidedly. Not upset they called a so detached reality. Dread song dub step how lecturer it was like a form of your house on and i remember calling like catherine getting on the phone with them and being like You can't hold us up. Said this is that. What are you talking about what he wants to call it and Electronic dancing called neom are okay and they changed their mind this article. I'd say i'm i won't claim that we coined it it was you you did. This won't won't claim that we wanted. But we're damn near diversity. But i will say that. Wow and so we. We made to consider that. It's not a the thing. I will also mention about all musicians that that is important. He minds can't fans. Do you have to go wanted to end. Artists oftentimes make a huge miss. That when they're like you know. I don't think so. Lime fans really wanted dudes with like a trigger has inviting you know giants All matter stickers on you however would never light. This is our share like you. Can't you can't control that. People put a story out there and people gravitate towards it. Sometimes i want to call. That has no despite our best efforts. We really tried to make that. Not the case spider has ever kinda become the german that was used but sunny also really became exposed that sounding like he isn't an og. Yeah you already know. But he he fucking. He loved them using indefinitely again. Like poland influences from it. But i don't think he ever considered as music Dubs up but i don't think he does. I certainly don't use the term because it's like it's like a kind of colloquial like connecting. Wait now know what you're talking about. I mean i. I know exactly what you mean man. It's it's really interesting talking about the idea that like at a certain point you don't control it anymore. Like it makes like i've had. I've had a lot of conversations with dave nada. 'bout mumba thanh in the same way where you know. He started the sound and to him. It was one thing and then once it got to a certain level of popularity like he wasn't really in control of where was going anymore and at a certain point you know. He went in a different direction. Then you control music you gain control what how people reacted and you know Euphemism is broadly applicable device. Like i don't know what the fucking split is. But you know i'm willing to say seventy percent thirty percent reaction. That's a good one. Yeah i mean you know there's the classic like you can't you can't control other people right you can only control your own choices and You know the way you present yourself. Yeah i completely agree man. That's super interesting. I did not realize that. He sonny's never referred to his music as dub step. That's very interesting. And actually makes a lot of sense.

thirty percent One Lead one thing seventy them dave nada german neom poland
"thirty percent" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show

The Fantasmagorium Show

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"thirty percent" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show

"If you wanna throw five bucks in it. Never worry about it again. That's what i do. When i go to a bar and so it's it's it is literally tip. It's not that we're trying to flog you guys for cash although if you have any extra i'm just i'm just. I'm just saying in terms of the creators that you want to support this. This is an interesting push forward. I'd like see the back end. w- what kind of take the youtube takes. Yeah i like. I think it's it's still thirty percent just like they're super chat function. So you know they'll take thirty decorator get sixty seventy and then The tax man will get take his but that's setting up a table in someone else's fully market. That's right now. I you know i do. I support the content creators. i love and i think and i think what we've seen is the community absolutely will support content that they love so this is a. This is a kind of a new thing. That's coming from you from youtube. So look out for it on your on your favorite decorators channel youtube channel. Com- complain about the update. Because i'm sure that'll happen inhabitable. It's an is youtube Moving onto our the news the day the the real entertainment news of why we got the good stuff. There's a report that says. The witcher has started writing season. Three already We finally got the release date for the witcher season. Two which are con- which revealed it would be hitting net flicks on december seventeenth That was big enough news. But now we're or from rideni ian internally indian intelligence not sure what that is reveals writing might have already started on season three according to the report sources. Say that writing on season. Three his officially started. Despite any official announcement of season and that the writing team for season two will largely be the same with with some possible promotions so it looks like some. Some people in the writing are in. The writer's room are getting promotions Hopefully raises come with those. Because obviously they're doing good job and they'll be working on season three. I don't you know this isn't the hugest news. But yeah but that. Whole w intro. Good i did. I worked so hard so we had we had to. We had to start It does seem it. Look i think we. We mentioned this yesterday with the wheel of time. What was happening is especially on these streaming services. They're they're seeing this finished product or what constitute constitutes kind of incomplete product And they're making decisions based on that Before anybody a buddy in the public actually gets to see it so so. I think a lot of times people are like well. Why are you putting the cart before the horse. What if it doesn't even work while we know the witcher worked because it was widely acclaimed of the wheel of time obviously had a series of books that our beloved by people So i really do think that that the that the studio heads at amazon net flicks and and others are seeing liking. What they're seeing and and.

amazon december seventeenth youtube thirty percent five bucks yesterday thirty decorator season two Two Three season three sixty seventy channel. Com witcher indian
"thirty percent" Discussed on Equity

Equity

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"thirty percent" Discussed on Equity

"Thirty percent are black. Among off-duty men seventeen percent black and obviously those numbers are way above the norms in silicon valley and so they announced that they had their anchor tenant. Usaa's going back two and a half million dollars for final fifty million dollar fund to managing partners. Emily mcmahon was formerly of capital post and was also on the board of patriot boot camp. And then sherman williams comes from the investment emanate industry so to me was actually a great story of two. Alums mcmahon comes from army and williams navy so they have a really tough football game every year In that one. So i wouldn't talk to them.

Emily mcmahon seventeen percent Thirty percent two fifty million dollar sherman williams a half million dollars mcmahon Usaa williams Alums
"thirty percent" Discussed on Startup Talk Toronto's Startup Podcast

Startup Talk Toronto's Startup Podcast

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"thirty percent" Discussed on Startup Talk Toronto's Startup Podcast

"Close each meal and so you either tastes. Stay top and mindset or don't that with restaurants opening they're all gonna want different ways of getting people in the door and advertising. That has nothing to do with that. Thirty percent so Yeah i really am hoping that. Not only that but lots of industries that can now actually be open hair salons any service industries. I've seen so many Laundromat launderers close. You walk down the street close. Close close these earth. Hopefully we'll be back in business soon and yeah they're gonna wanna get top of mind because we've all changed our habits. We've all learned to adapt these businesses. Aren't there anymore. we can't use them. We figured out alternative ways now. They've gotta get back top of mind so we start breaking our habits and getting back into those old things again. Hopefully using Inexpensive great tools like add..

Thirty percent each meal earth
"thirty percent" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"thirty percent" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"Deliver listeners the right content at the right time and accelerate growth of the category world worldwide. I'm sorry like spotify is just like absolutely slant slaying was going to slandering slaying. The podcast industry like other apps should be an are quaking and they don't really like apple's doing enough say eating stagnant like they think they're at the top that they're going to stay there but they're not and they're not innovating. They released their whole new june podcasts. All these different things you can now do subscription services on apple which is cool but they do take thirty percent of people's revenue and i don't think a lot of creators are willing to give up that amount of money and they also introduced channels so they think that channels are going to compete like i don't i looked at a podcast with channel and a podcast without a channel and the to looked exactly the same so like i just really feel like they're doing enough to compete and all these other apps like better falling behind like iheartradio like ever needs to get their shit together. Yeah everybody needs either together quickly becoming like the biggest conglomerate in podcasting space and podcasting is getting so big. And i'm telling you in five years like people are only going to be listening to podcasts. About at this rate that's their plan will other companies start stepping. They're laying the groundwork for that. I don't know why everyone is being so slow snake. Lousy those la eighth air for sure. Yeah but so I don't know what this technology is. But i guess it's just gonna make it so like when you open spotify they're gonna show you podcast. You would want to say maybe kind of think of it. Like i think that spotify's algorithm for discovery is like so amazing and it. For so many years i found so many artists and songs that i have heard. Thanks to spotify so maybe the same will be true for podcasts. Like they will know your tastes and be able to recommend like yeah recommend..

thirty percent spotify five years apple iheartradio eighth air june
"thirty percent" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"thirty percent" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"Not easy to do And then we implemented it and it's running production with a million users a fifty billion dollar market cap. I mean we're point nine does he. Do you start saying well. Maybe there's something there you know. And they say no. There's nothing there and it's not secure. It can't be securities okay. Then why do you believe what you believe. And they never come back to me with an answer. Ever why believe. God didn't go through peer review process when you were the ten commandments. So sometimes it works out sometimes not The gas on that same thread tesla spacex your mosque currently investing big coin but are openly looking to explore other cryptocurrency investments. What case would you make for donna. Well if they truly care about alternative energy and sustainability in carbon reduction or carbon neutrality. You you can't be a system where there is no built in mechanism to constrain the energy consumption. You know with proof of stake. Energy consumption is a negative. It's you wanna minimize it if you can get the same amount of stuff done on a raspberry pies. You can't a big server. You're going to do it on the pie. Because ultimately that server costs energy costs is coming out of your budget with proof of work any innovation. You come up with to optimize power. You just build more essex. 'cause you know you saw thirty percent more power efficient great. I thirty percent more. You keep you keep you keep you keep adding to the worst because you want more hash power or hash. Par were share of the pie. So you have no energy savings component. I know these people are saying well. There's a lot of wasted energy in the grid and this is kind of incentivizing using that wasted energy and a better way of storing it than batteries. Because you're storing it as bitcoin instead of storing as okay. Maybe there's some truth to that but anyway it just. The energy is a critical point. For you. Like the yeah. That's exactly right..

thirty percent fifty billion dollar a million users ten commandments God
"thirty percent" Discussed on Daily Tech News Showhttps://dailytechnewsshow.com/

Daily Tech News Showhttps://dailytechnewsshow.com/

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"thirty percent" Discussed on Daily Tech News Showhttps://dailytechnewsshow.com/

"I actually get the logic behind. What chiller is saying. I'm not sure. If i was running it i would apply it exactly that way. You need to create a new category for things like luna and stadia and project x cloud. But if you're not going to adapt to that reality somehow and you're like nope. This is the way it's set up. That i guess that makes a sort of sense. Well it's a good way to lose control your ecosystem right if you put your stake in the ground there rallies. They're just trying to keep their thirty percent. That's what this is all coming on that. I don't think you're wrong. But i don't think that's all i could because it's apple i think there's also like well sure we want to keep her thirty percent but also these are the rules we created and we follow our rules. They're kind of dog matic that way. Yeah they're falling back on the think the children like that. They always have in the past. And what's gonna wind up. Happening is what epic is doing. And it took a company like epic to kind of bring this to the face of apple in the face of google. Google had an interesting response. I they look like they are. And i'm not sure if they're connected or non. I'm sure that they are but they're dropping. Their app. store royalty fee to fifteen percent for the first million dollars earned and that that came out around the same time epic started making a lot of noise about this. So i'm very curious. What the fate of the google epic court case will be I would not be shocked to see that. Settled out of court after the apple apple. Epic case is kind of known We're gonna see appeals of the apple epic case but but once they know like okay. Here's the here's the parameters in which we can play on an appeal. I think then they'll be able to go to google and say all right fine. Let's let's figure this out. Yeah well folks Sometimes you don't have all the time in the world that's why we provide just the headlines. Check out our related show daily tech headlines all the essential tech news in about five minutes at daily tech headlines dot com. What does it take to end..

Google thirty percent google fifteen percent apple first million dollars about five minutes apple apple luna stadia project x cloud
"thirty percent" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"thirty percent" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"I actually get the logic behind. What chiller is saying. I'm not sure if i was running it. I would apply it exactly that way. I think you need to create a new category for things like luna and stadia and project x cloud. But if you're not going to adapt to that reality somehow and you're like nope. This is the way it's set up. That i guess that makes a sort of sense. Well it's a good way to lose control your ecosystem right if you put your stake in the ground there rallies. They're just trying to keep their thirty percent. That's what this is all coming on that. I don't think you're wrong. But i don't think that's all i could because it's apple i think there's also like well sure we want to keep her thirty percent but also these are the rules we created and we follow our rules. They're kind of dog matic that way. Yeah they're falling back on the think the children like that. They always have in the past. And what's gonna wind up. Happening is what epic is doing. And it took a company like epic to kind of bring this to the face of apple in the face of google. Google had an interesting response. I they look like they are. And i'm not sure if they're connected or non. I'm sure that they are but they're dropping. Their app. store royalty fee to fifteen percent for the first million dollars earned and that that came out around the same time epic started making a lot of noise about this. So i'm very curious. What the fate of the google epic court case will be I would not be shocked to see that. Settled out of court after the apple apple. Epic case is kind of known We're gonna see appeals of the apple epic case but but once they know like okay. Here's the here's the parameters in which we can play on an appeal. I think then they'll be able to go to google and say all right fine. Let's let's figure this out. Yeah well folks Sometimes you don't have all the time in the world that's why we provide just the headlines. Check out our related show daily tech headlines all the essential tech news in about five minutes at daily tech headlines dot com. What does it take to end..

Google thirty percent google fifteen percent apple first million dollars about five minutes apple apple project luna stadia x cloud epic
"thirty percent" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"thirty percent" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"I actually get the logic behind. What chiller is saying. I'm not sure if i was running it. I would apply it exactly that way. I think you need to create a new category for things like luna and stadia and project x cloud. But if you're not going to adapt to that reality somehow and you're like nope. This is the way it's set up. That i guess that makes a sort of sense. Well it's a good way to lose control your ecosystem right if you put your stake in the ground there rallies. They're just trying to keep their thirty percent. That's what this is all coming on that. I don't think you're wrong. But i don't think that's all i could because it's apple i think there's also like well sure we want to keep her thirty percent but also these are the rules we created and we follow our rules. They're kind of dog matic that way. Yeah they're falling back on the think the children like that. They always have in the past. And what's gonna wind up. Happening is what epic is doing. And it took a company like epic to kind of bring this to the face of apple in the face of google. Google had an interesting response. I they look like they are. And i'm not sure if they're connected or non. I'm sure that they are but they're dropping. Their app. store royalty fee to fifteen percent for the first million dollars earned and that that came out around the same time epic started making a lot of noise about this. So i'm very curious. What the fate of the google epic court case will be I would not be shocked to see that. Settled out of court after the apple apple. Epic case is kind of known We're gonna see appeals of the apple epic case but but once they know like okay. Here's the here's the parameters in which we can play on an appeal. I think then they'll be able to go to google and say all right fine. Let's let's figure this out. Yeah well folks Sometimes you don't have all the time in the world that's why we provide just the headlines. Check out our related show daily tech headlines all the essential tech news in about five minutes at daily tech headlines dot com. What does it take to end..

Google thirty percent google fifteen percent apple first million dollars about five minutes apple apple project luna stadia x cloud epic
"thirty percent" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"thirty percent" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

"They love bitcoin and they basically were touting it the whole day they were touting it last week to leading up to it and really to me all that proves is that. Cnbc has a lot more in common with saturday. Light live than it does with an actual news outlet because what they're doing is entertainment. What they're doing is comedy the investment advice that you're likely to get on. Cnbc is probably as good. Maybe even better than the advice that you're gonna get if you are a regular listener to cnbc. I listened to it. As a contrarian indicator i listened to it because i want to know what the investment public is being told. So it's great for me. Of course i get a lot of material for my podcast by listening to it. In fact one of the things i noticed is their love affair with kathy. Would i mean she walks on water as far as cnbc is concerned. They talk about her and her her funds one in particular the arc innovation fund constantly. In fact she was on the air. I think on friday touting the fun because they have to talk about the fun because it's going down but every time somebody goes on their air is why you should buy. This is a great buying opportunity and they let her come on talking about how great it is. How how she loves the setup how high the returns are going to be in fact. She said now. If you buy my fun now. I think over the next ten years. You're going to get a thirty percent. A year compounded return over the next ten years. Something crazy like that so she's allowed to go on. Cnbc and make unchallenged pie. In the sky forecasts about thirty percent year returns for the next ten years and no one says anything is completely laughable. I mean it's obvious that she has a vested interest in touting her own etf's so clearly she's biased. But nobody even points out the absurdity. I mean i was on there telling people that goal was going to go up by thirty percent a year. You don't think they'd be. They would be questioning objectivity they would be saying peter. You're just saying that because you sell goal it. That's what they used to say before. They stopped inviting me on anytime. They invited beyond. They always question my objectivity and my sincerity right. It was always. Oh you're just here to talk your book but they never say that to. Cathy would even though in her case she's clearly doing now. Maybe again you know. People have a tendency to buy their own bullshit right. they get so caught up in it. I actually think that kathy would really belise that. Her fund is going to do that. Well i think she is so caught up in this bubble and she's been so reinforced by all the accolades and everybody. Talking about how brilliant she is and how smart she is. It's gone door head. She thinks she's brilliant as all the the press clippings about her brilliant so she is not objective. She cannot see clearly what is going on just like the type of mentality that people had during the dot com bubble so i don't think she's actually lying. I think she actually believes this. And it's very unfortunate..

thirty percent Cnbc saturday Cathy last week kathy cnbc peter one friday about thirty percent thirty percent a year things ten next ten years A year years
"thirty percent" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"thirty percent" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"And apple takes a thirty percent cut of subscriptions the first year fifteen percent every year after that neither subscription system supports rss. So i mean they support while spotify doesn't even support our s But but apple will let you paste in and rss feed free. Subscriptions subscriptions not for paid subscriptions paid. Subscriptions have to be managed entirely within the platform. So if you wanted to offer subscriptions on both of these platforms you'd have to set up one in spotify and set up one and apple and then go set up. One in pocket casts then overcast and downcast is why patriotic and a cast and and others have created cross platform situations. But they're not as easy for the end user to implement as somebody who's like. Oh i just use the apple podcast app so it's easy for me to just tap a button there. Boy i mean okay. So i've set up many a podcast on on on many a podcast platform and it's it's gotten to the point now where it's like. Yeah it's like where are you hosting it you know using feed burner or something equivalent you know and you submit your your information your podcast your ass. A podcast information and yeah. There are a lot of hosting companies that will make that process slightly. More seamless for the creator. I don't know i. I don't hate the idea of someone saying if you like my content and you feel that it's worth money you know i. This is a way that you can help be make money for from creating content. I think that's great. There are so many different ways to do it. Apple wants to do it. Well a lot of people use apple. Podcasts say oh podcast go into my well used to be itunes rate but until recently but i go and the podcast is always there. No one's well unless it's an exclusive somewhere very few. Podcasts are not in that particular library and that's fine so apple just benefits from that you know the way that it benefits from certain apps being in its app store and not others spotify is is getting their spotify has taken so much time putting money and resources into beefing up. Its podcast arm. And i can see why if if if i was like okay. I got a new podcast..

thirty percent apple spotify Apple fifteen percent itunes both first year One one every year
"thirty percent" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"thirty percent" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"And apple takes a thirty percent cut of subscriptions the first year fifteen percent every year after that neither subscription system supports rss. So i mean they support our s spotify doesn't even support our s But but apple will let you paste in and rss feed free. Subscriptions subscriptions not for paid subscriptions paid. Subscriptions have to be managed entirely within the platform. So if you wanted to offer subscriptions on both of these platforms you'd have to set up one in spotify and set up one and apple and then go set up. One in pocket casts then overcast and downcast is why patriotic and a cast and and others have created cross platform situations. But they're not as easy for the end user to implement as somebody who's like. Oh i just use the apple podcast app so it's easy for me to just tap a button there. Boy i mean okay. So i've set up many a podcast on on on many a podcast platform and it's it's gotten to the point now where it's like. Yeah it's like where are you hosting. Its you know using feed burner or something equivalent you know and you submit your your information your podcast your ass. A podcast information and yeah. There are a lot of hosting companies that will make that process slightly. More seamless for the creator. I don't know i. I don't hate the idea of someone saying if you like my content and you feel that it's worth money you know i. This is a way that you can help be make money for from creating content. I think that's great. There are so many different ways to do it. Apple wants to do it. Well a lot of people use apple. Podcasts say oh podcast go into my well used to be itunes rate but until recently but i go and the podcast is always there. No one's well unless it's an exclusive somewhere very few. Podcasts are not in that particular library and that's fine so apple just benefits from that you know the way that it benefits from certain apps being in its app store and not others spotify is is getting their spotify has taken so much time putting money and resources into beefing up. Its podcast arm. And i can see why if if if i was like okay. I got a new podcast. I'd like to monetize it. I have two options and and spotify isn't isn't keeping me from also offering some other version on you know in apple podcast app. It's kinda just like what. What platform do you like. Better at that point. It's also good and what platform your audience is on right..

thirty percent apple Apple fifteen percent spotify itunes both two options first year One every year one
"thirty percent" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"thirty percent" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Restaurant like like a big like that is so crazy to me. And she's just like so. Please tell us more crazy. People are like i'm feeding them and they are acting a fool as a friend. My friend was acting a fool like that in a space like that. Yeah i would have. More of an issue would thin or is big free like yes. Bring it on. He govind roller. Shes more more people. Know about this by mr. Let's do it like this okay. You have a friend you have good. You guys. Have your ins and outs over the years right. But you finally had a really good place and then something kind of i would say. This silly happens right where you feel that they're lying to you about your right like. Does it really matter that they're lying to you know but it's annoying that you know that they might be lying to you. Do you confront them about it or do you. Just keep the peace. Because you're finally a good place if we're good enough friends i don't want to have this fake surface level relationship because it would. I just feel like it would eat away at both of us. And and i feel like let's just have an honest conversation like did this happen or did it not stop lying to me. I'm the opposite. I think it depends on my energy right. If i don't have the energy to go after you about lying to me. Then i'm probably just gonna whatever i know you're lying to me. I'm going to vent about you to my husband and all my other friends. I must say. I know she's lying to me but i'm going to let it go because i'm too damn tired to try to figure this out. And if she wants to go do something stupid on her end. That's her life. that's her marriage. that's her situation. But for me. I feel like yes i would always keep that in the back of my head but the difference is if i already have evolved a relationship with you we already have a past of you an i not getting along. I already have that in the back of my head. I can just keep our surface relationship going and just know you might be lying to thirty percent of the time. And i just keep that keep and record off check and i'll just use it if i need it. Isn't there a little bit. I don't know. I feel like i try to get my friends a little bit of grace like sometimes you. Don't this happened. This happened to me my friendships. Where it's like. I know. I know it's not even i guess i know but you don't wanna tell me right now ucla fell. I know i'm losing it. Like i really has been an issue situations i've been in. We all have.

thirty percent both
"thirty percent" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"thirty percent" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"Getty you are big believer in numbers and Also we all know that. Periodontics disease is an epidemic in the united states and canada and probably a lot of western countries. Actually in the world We we now know that it quite literally is an epidemic and yet the numbers don't always match up. We look at practice performance. Exactly so for example. I remember you know in a in a coaching call. You had with some of our mutual clients. You were telling Instructing your clients asking clients to strive towards getting to thirty percent of production coming from the hygiene department. Of course a lot of that is going to come from therapy right So that's get serious apart. Diagnostic and treating let me refine that metric in in the hygiene department. We're looking for thirty percent. Ideally thirty percent of the adults that we see in the practice because para disease is largely a disease for adults. There is such a thing as as juvenile onset period on titus but that is very unusual so perez largely disease of adults. but ideally. we'd like to see thirty percent of the adults in the practice being treated with conservative. Pero therapy codes thirty percents And that's a conservative benchmark and yet what we often find is. There's no such thing happening in the practice. So it really is time for us to get serious about diagnosing and treating parallels and erin. You've heard me say for years that dennis iraq's and the reason i say dentistry rocks is because we have the opportunity to change people's lives every day but this is actually an area where and i don't believe i'm being overly dramatic to say this. This is an area where we could actually save. Lives save lives. Now we normally don't think of dentistry as being lifesaving. I mean unlike If if we were in the medical field and we were emergency room. Physicians emergency room physician save lives. Would you agree nerine absolutely our heart surgeon..

thirty percent canada united states nerine thirty percents Getty iraq
"thirty percent" Discussed on Scale The Podcast

Scale The Podcast

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"thirty percent" Discussed on Scale The Podcast

"Like yours were their day is eighty percent income producing now they can either add more income hours in or go home. That's their choice. Some of them wanna work like crazy. People others want to actually have a goal to make the same but work twenty or thirty percent less to delegate right to somebody. I want to everybody. That's listening. This is like a pro tip right because this is the mistake that most real estate people they look at their gci as their number and they divide the amount of hours they were..

twenty eighty percent thirty percent
"thirty percent" Discussed on ITN Live

ITN Live

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"thirty percent" Discussed on ITN Live

"Customer. You're paying that thirty percent on that on an app that you're downloading or you're paying for and i think that i think there was If you wanted to do something. Back in. October or november There was a disclaimer. That some company. I forgot the name of the company they were basically saying. Hey apple is charging you this thirty percent. So we're gonna pass the cost onto you and the people. Oh apple was not too keen on them. Exploiting you know their business practices so now currently north dakota bill as come it did not pass and now you still. They won one battle in north dakota. And that's how they do. Business north dakota with apple but you still gotta deal with arizona. Gotta deal with georgia and then if they win. I'm pretty sure it's gonna be It's gonna go to the supreme court. I'm pretty sure it will get appealed and and one of those scenarios that you mentioned was with a game fortnight right so fry had an integrated a payment system and they were like look. I'm not being apple. Thirty percent of my revenue. I made the game. I put it on the apple store I should get the benefits of that alpay. You alot toasters fee and this is the important. I cut me a sam but they try to subvert the apple payment system and next thing you know apple pulled him off the app store. That's worth some of this originated and it was such a huge story because four. Obviously such a huge in popular game but I i don't know if this has many legs. I gonna make a little bit noise but again i don't know if it has legs because again it would be so difficult to unwind and and peel back the onion in terms of how they hold apple. Legal system is built. How it's all made now. I think it would be easier on the on the android platform right just because again you can you can easily slide load apps right. You can easily have multiple other payment types of platforms and things like that. So i think it's going to be an easier discussion to allow something like this on the android side as opposed on the iowa side. But it's an interesting story to to see and again look everyone got. They're doing things and people are paying for. Get get money get you. I look i agree with the whole whole thing from that thing is i think it's hard because like you said if you build something and then you're like hey i want to get it out onto as many platforms as i possibly can to get you know. A a huge audience got to play by their rules. Yeah but you know but unfortunately it's like hey you're taking thirty percent of my cut. You know almost like the record business you know like you signed signed that deal is better to go independent. You know. But i get it. Apple and google playstore trusted places. But i mean there's people who say hey we're not on as other apps that are created harder for them to be trusted where you get into that billions and billions of users of downloads. Or you can get one hundred percent of that cut. If you go through google if you go through apple you gotta pay their. You gotta pay to play different. If you signed up. I it's like no different..

thirty percent Thirty percent Apple november android apple October one hundred percent iowa app store play one store one battle north dakota billions and georgia playstore four billions of users
"thirty percent" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"thirty percent" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"Yeah teaches them all about self compassion and they build our own superpower self gases superpower it informs kids about fiction but gives them healthy ways to manage which will stay with them for the rest of their life but i also were with high achieving performance in spoiled in music theater in all that sort of stuff because their self compassion message in perfectionism is can be used in different different areas the work. I'm doing quite lava which is really exciting is is in business actually right. Yeah lot of ceo's and things like that. Yeah it's it's more about so. Perfectionism is estimated to affect thirty percent of the world's population that basically means that thank percent of any workforce are perfectionists if you work in a in a performance based industry there's precision based yup. The that number will go up because that's where perfectionist live. We actually gravitate to those sorts of opportunities so nine out of ten. Perfectionist will not understand their perfectionism. Well enough to manage their traits. Well which means they're not being as productive as they could be by proxy that means the business isn't being as profitable as it could be. So what i do is i go into companies and we. We actually address the individual perfectionism issues. We do that anonymously. Staff members feel either. Think it'd be ostracized for being open and honest about their about their perfectionism. Yeah and once. Once given the individuals more detail about the type of perfectionists they are and the types of management techniques like news. Then were with the bosses to make sure that they can can save a business culture where perfectionists can thrive much of. That is is. It's it's almost the flip side. There's been a big problem. And i think started really in the eighties where you know. The wall street demand was so big that all of the sudden the demand for everything to happen immediately and to be perfect just became normal. Yeah and so if somebody gets something wrong..

thirty percent eighties nine ten once