35 Burst results for "Thirty Three Percent"

Celtics crank up defense again, roll past Heat 95-78

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

Celtics crank up defense again, roll past Heat 95-78

"The Celtics played air tight defense for a second straight night on the way to a ninety five seventy eight stifling of the heat Jaylen brown scored seventeen points to lead six Boston players in double figures the self what the back to back in Orlando and Miami by giving up an average of seventy eight and a half points on thirty three percent shooting Miami shot thirty five percent overall nine for forty one from three point range and manage a total of fifty five points in the final three quarters Jimmy Butler scored twenty points for the heat who finished the game without Kyle Lowry because of a sprained left ankle in the third quarter I'm Dave Ferrie

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 US home prices surged in August at near-record pace

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

US home prices surged in August at near-record pace

"Home prices in the U. S. have surged at a near record pace the S. and P. CoreLogic case Shiller twenty city home price index soared nineteen point seven percent in August compared with a year ago that increases just below the twenty percent jump in July which was the largest gain on records dating back to two thousand home prices are now at all time highs in all twenty cities in the index Phoenix led the way with a thirty three percent increase in August compared with twelve months earlier however

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Young, Hawks open season with 113-87 rout of Mavericks

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Young, Hawks open season with 113-87 rout of Mavericks

"Cam reddish scored twenty points and Trae young added nineteen and the hawks one thirteen eighty seven route of Luca di church in the Mavericks Atlanta added to a seven point halftime lead by outscoring Dallas thirty five twenty in the third quarter young scored twelve points and dished out nine assists in the decisive period reddish led a stellar effort from the D. parks badge which contributed forty four points to go to get a win like that on first game I was used to be a better on that side of the floor all up to you to keep progress on working on that but overall gonna catch was held to eighteen points on six of seventeen shooting to go along with eleven rebounds and seven assists the Mavericks shot a dismal thirty three percent in losing their first game under new coach Jason Kidd I'm the ferry

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Coronavirus deaths in Russia surpass 900 a day for 1st time

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Coronavirus deaths in Russia surpass 900 a day for 1st time

"Crushes daily coronavirus death toll who's supposed nine hundred for the first time in the pandemic the record comes with vaccination uncertainties on the government's reluctance to impose tough restrictions to control new cases the nation state coronavirus task force who supported nine hundred twenty nine at new credit nineteen deaths just over twenty five thousand new confirmed infections in the last twenty four hour period Vladimir Putin's Kremlin has blamed the surge on too few options getting vaccinated just thirty three percent of Russia's one hundred forty six million people have received at least one shot of the vaccine with the percentage dropping below thirty for the fully vaccinated group I'm Charles Taylor this month

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Food Prices Go Up Globally

The Indicator from Planet Money

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Food Prices Go Up Globally

"Today we're looking at food prices so sally. I'm not sure if you're feeling a bit a sticker shock at the supermarket aisle or pain at the grocery counter. I mean i live in brooklyn we go to the deli but have you seen the price of bagels lately. Not getting any cheaper this month. Consumer price index came out today and it is five point three percent and that means that. Us prices of role in august with five point three percent higher than they were this time last year and food prices. They are growing at a pretty steady clip at three percent per year. But the little bit of food price increases that we're seeing in the. Us is small compared to what's happening globally according to the un's food and agriculture organization wholesale prices for food like we sugar mate. They're up thirty three percent from a year

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Why Remote Work Could Last for Two More Years

Anything But Idle

02:10 min | 3 months ago

Why Remote Work Could Last for Two More Years

"The next one. He an article from the wall street journal. Remote work may now last for two years. Actually i've been having a lot of conversations in the last seven days about this From both sides some executive flying some some none excecutive client looking how their companies has been continued pushing. They're now pushing to january or february and that basic makes two years. You're not close to the case. Being two years out of office gave we survive. We grow the business why they want to buy and there is a lot of people. You know asking sinus interesting. Because when the beginning of the pandemic we discussed that around thirty three percent in each group you know the people like me who many years ago walkaway from dell food to people who were going to discover okay. I really like this working at home. People like what we mentioned into prior on a condo us group of people who are counting the seconds to get back to that world to live to their an old this. What is interesting is there was more movement doors that middle category that. I don't want to come back. I want to find a hybrid solution. Go once in a blue moon but not every day but still have the opportunity to buy than any of the other two extremes at least for the people who i have informally Question about it. Then he's really interesting for me because he's like okay so you discover now we have cake and now you want to make sure you make the cake i needed to so you don't want to go to the office but you want to. Have they office or when you went into go It's not how it works. It's still this is getting worry for a lot of people because there is. There is a lot of really valuable people who has been buried vocal about. I am not coming back or you figured it out or i will say that

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Some Small Business Owners Will See Tax Hikes Under Biden Proposal

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:23 min | 3 months ago

Some Small Business Owners Will See Tax Hikes Under Biden Proposal

"Can you believe how bad things have gotten so quickly for the biden administration and you guys at job. Creators network have been sounding the alarm for a long time shadley. It looks like the chickens have come home to roost. Yeah mike we've been talking about the biden. Administration's wore on small business This entire year frankly And that is because we've watched business suffer so tremendously under this pandemic and with shutdowns and lockdown across the country and small businesses being told that they weren't essential enough to stay open And now coming out of this pandemic We've got the administration And president biden himself breaking one of his campaign promises not to raise taxes on small businesses will in fact his tax plan includes very large tax increases on small businesses. There's million small businesses that are structured as corporations face a thirty three percent tax increase. He's threatening to increase the top marginal tax rate to thirty nine point six percent. That's gonna affect almost another nearly million small businesses so that's almost two million small businesses. That are going to see tax increases. And that doesn't even include doubling of the capital gains tax. Which frankly we're call a success tax because it prevents you from even passing your success down to your heirs without them being here with huge tax

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Report Shows Big Spike in Mail Ballots During 2020 Election

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Report Shows Big Spike in Mail Ballots During 2020 Election

"A federal study finds fewer than one third of American voters cast their ballots in person at a polling station on election day last year it's a first says the US election assistance commission that a majority of voters use mail in balloting because of the pandemic instead of voting in person roughly forty three percent of voters mailed it in approximately thirty three percent used early voting to avoid large crowds with concerns about coded nineteen being spread and the remaining thirty three percent voted in person November third the report captures how voters embraced non traditional voting methods despite efforts by Donald Trump and his supporters to undermine mail in voting I'm Jackie Quinn

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Massive Online Courses Got a Boost During the Pandemic. Will It Last?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

01:31 min | 6 months ago

Massive Online Courses Got a Boost During the Pandemic. Will It Last?

"When a couple of stanford professors founded core sarah in two thousand twelve. They promised to democratize access to higher education. By making courses from prestigious colleges available online now nearly a decade later many of us were thrust into the world of online education by the pandemic. and of course sarah saw tens of millions of new users join its platform some just looking for lectures to occupy their time other seeking new skills in areas like machine learning and data science. Jeff magin khalda is ceo. Of course sarah. He says states like new york and tennessee have also paid the company to provide free courses for their unemployed residents. governments have realized that online re-skilling programmes had a speed and scale and cost effectiveness. That is just not really natural. One of the exciting things after a year of seeing really growing in inequality and many women dropping out of the labor force to take care of kids. Who can't go to school what we've been seeing on chris. Era is the percentage of enrollments especially in stem courses. From women has gone up from about thirty. Three percent to forty seven percents. Almost fifty fifty so women are actually turning more to online learning and as we think about the future of work for states who are about reskilling being able to get your citizens access to jobs. That maybe aren't in. Your state is going to be much more possible with remote work.

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Spotify Reveals Behaviours of British Consumers Post-Lockdown

podnews

00:28 sec | 6 months ago

Spotify Reveals Behaviours of British Consumers Post-Lockdown

"Tells us that brits attorney too late night podcasting women aged twenty five to forty four showed the biggest increases in late night podcasts streaming with the rise of thirty two percent over the past few months with religion and spirituality content consumption also seeing a bump of thirty three percent in the overnight hours during the third lockdown in the country spotify suggests that brits are putting off their sleep with some late night podcast

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

NBC Nightly News

02:00 min | 7 months ago

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

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

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The Tragedy of Teen Dating Violence

Safety Chick Rules

01:54 min | 8 months ago

The Tragedy of Teen Dating Violence

"Today's show is gut wrenching but necessary very necessary to talk about. We're gonna talk about teen violence today. Teen dating violence and you know while i think february is teen dating violence awareness month. And i've done shows before on teen dating violence and i. I do safety tips. I've written sections in my college safety one. Oh one about domestic violence and all of that. So you know i know. It's really very prevalent. But i really don't think it's talked about enough because it is so prevalent and you know children at a young age just with puberty and starting to date and all of those things don't have the emotional intellect or the experience to really understand that. Yeah you know boys or girls or whatever. Don't treat each other that way. And i think you know the more we can get the message out to parents to teach their children in in whatever aspect and young people to just kind of share about their various experiences. I only think that that helps in our cause of you know safety tips and carrying about your personal safety and all of that so i was going and looking up because it was recently teen dating violence awareness month. Different statistics and thirty three percent of adolescents. In america are victim to sexual physical verbal or emotional dating abuse. I thought wow thirty. Three percent and females between the ages of sixteen and twenty four are roughly three times more likely than the rest of the population to be abused by an intimate partner.

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Getting Smarter (MM #3642)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Getting Smarter (MM #3642)

"The minute with kevin mason during the pandemic the us got smarter. Well technically i guess. I should say they got smart speakers so their homes are smarter. At least that's the theory. A recent study which was just coming out says that now thirty three percent of american homes have at least one smart speaker. That's up twenty two percent from the year before and the only reason they can explain is covid nineteen and i don't quite understand why maybe because we're home more and we want to have the technology it kind of a strange to me. I mean i've been a big fan of the smart speaker right wrong or indifferent. I've got both the google version and the amazon version in every room in my house. I love my smart speakers. And i love what they can do from playing the music answering questions to giving me the temperature to displaying pictures and video but now more of america getting smarter every day. Thirty three percent of americans have now adopted at least one smart speaker. I'm really fascinated with y. All the sudden during copa nineteen people decided to get smart. I'm sure there's a bigger reason that just cove in nineteen. But i'd love to hear about it.

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Getting Smarter (MM #3642)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Getting Smarter (MM #3642)

"The minute with kevin mason during the pandemic the us got smarter. Well technically i guess. I should say they got smart speakers so their homes are smarter. At least that's the theory. A recent study which was just coming out says that now thirty three percent of american homes have at least one smart speaker. That's up twenty two percent from the year before and the only reason they can explain is covid nineteen and i don't quite understand why maybe because we're home more and we want to have the technology it kind of a strange to me. I mean i've been a big fan of the smart speaker right wrong or indifferent. I've got both the google version and the amazon version in every room in my house. I love my smart speakers. And i love what they can do from playing the music answering questions to giving me the temperature to displaying pictures and video but now more of america getting smarter every day. Thirty three percent of americans have now adopted at least one smart speaker. I'm really fascinated with y. All the sudden during copa nineteen people decided to get smart. I'm sure there's a bigger reason that just cove in nineteen. But i'd love to hear about it.

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Smart Speaker Sales Boomed in 2020

The Mason Minute

00:54 sec | 9 months ago

Smart Speaker Sales Boomed in 2020

"During the pandemic the us got smarter. Well technically i guess. I should say they got smart speakers so their homes are smarter. At least that's the theory. A recent study which was just coming out says that now thirty three percent of american homes have at least one smart speaker. That's up twenty two percent from the year before and the only reason they can explain is covid nineteen and i don't quite understand why maybe because we're home more and we want to have the technology it kind of a strange to me. I mean i've been a big fan of the smart speaker right wrong or indifferent. I've got both the google version and the amazon version in every room in my house. I love my smart speakers. And i love what they can do from playing the music answering questions to giving me the temperature to displaying pictures and video but now more of america getting smarter every day. Thirty three percent of americans have now adopted at least one smart speaker. I'm really fascinated with y. All the sudden during copa nineteen people decided to get smart. I'm sure there's a bigger reason that just cove in nineteen. But i'd love to hear about it.

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Jack Dorsey’s Square, Inc. is buying a majority stake in Jay-Z’s streaming service Tidal

Techmeme Ride Home

05:35 min | 9 months ago

Jack Dorsey’s Square, Inc. is buying a majority stake in Jay-Z’s streaming service Tidal

"Square got a lot of people to do double takes this morning by announcing that it is acquiring quote a significant majority stake in jay z's streaming music service title for two hundred and ninety seven million dollars. Jay z will also join squares board of directors quoting the new york times title which jay z bought in partnership with other artists. In two thousand. Fifteen for fifty. Six million dollars provides members access to music music videos and exclusive content from artists but the streaming music industry has been dominated by competitors like spotify apple and amazon in two thousand seventeen. Jay z sold thirty three percent of the company to sprint for an undisclosed amount after merger sprint is now a part of t mobile earlier this week. Jay z bought back the shares from t mobile and most will be sold onto square as part of this deal. Mr dorsey and jay z began to discuss the acquisition quote. A few months ago said jesse deroga- a sect who will lead title on an interim basis. It started as a conversation between the two of them. He said they found that sense of common. Purpose and quote. Mr dora guscott said square which was founded in two thousand nine will offer financial tools to help titles artists collect revenue and manage their finances quote. There are other tools. They need to be successful and that we're going to build for them. He said and quote so this is one of those stories where the speculation and chatter around. It is almost as interesting as the news itself. I of course you've got the celebrity angle. Jay z and jack dorsey. It actually turns out that they are good buds. They vacation together. You might have seen those yacht pictures from the paparazzi okay but square a payments company and title a music streaming service of somewhat dubious success. How does a tie between them. Make any kind of sense. Here's what jack dorsey himself had to say. Quote it comes down to a simple idea finding new ways for to support their work. New ideas are found at the intersections. And we believe there is a compelling one between music and the economy making the economy work for artists is similar to what square has done for sellers square start at twelve years ago by giving small sellers a simple tool in order to participate more fully in the economy and grow. We did the same for individuals with cash app which now enables a comprehensive set of financial services for folks who weren't able to access it before title started with the idea of honoring artists by being owned and led focused on an uncompromised experience of the art. It's refreshing and right. The vision only grow stronger as it's matched with more powerful tools for artists inclusive of new ways of getting paid given what square has been able to do for sellers of all sizes and individuals through cash app. We believe we can now work for artists to see the same success for them and us. We're going to start small and focus with the most critical needs of artists and growing their fan bases and quote. So he doesn't exactly say it there but everyone is reading between the lines looking around at this current. Nfc madness. and remembering though. I didn't tell you about this. That jack dorsey and jay z recently announced. They were creating an endowment with five hundred. Bitcoin's worth twenty three million dollars plus two teams working on bitcoin development initially in africa and india. And so everyone's thinking. This is a crypto play as peter kaku tweeted quote. I would be surprised if there wasn't an nf story. Here that fits the jack story and seems to be what he's hinting at in his tweets. But again you don't need to own title to sell jay z's and tease this would be weird if square was buying a music streaming service that people actually used but it's much weirder. It's a publicly traded. Financial services company. Buying a failed music streaming company. I guess square shareholders won't complain because they've already signed on for the jack dorsey experience but whatever awesome artists and square story. Jack is promising here. Doesn't require a three hundred million dollar payout. To jay z quote. Other people can see other angles. Here let me give you some counter takes. This is jason delray quote. Plenty of people on the square. Buying title is dumb side. But i'll be on the other end. Could it be a mistake. Sure is the deal relationship based sure. Many are but squares incredible things for small merchants and for everyday people with cash so why not artists and quote. This is scott belsky quote for a big company to create an entirely new center of gravity inside it. You need a forcing function with this lens. And the growing need to outfit the creator economy with financial tools. This seems a logical step for square and quote. This is dr sanjay quote square acquiring title to focus on new ways for artists. Monetize is going to be seen as the watershed moment of the creator economy. We're tilting away. From platforms capturing all the value to the people creating the content doing so directly for fans or indirectly via ads and quote and finally turner. Novak goes really really wild but then it doesn't actually seem all that wild when you say it out loud and then think about it especially when you see the products that twitter has been building out lately. Newsletters spaces quote jacqueline so deep into the crater economy with twitter. The past six months it leaked into square a great acquisition. That will ten acts everything square has been doing with consumer user acquisition. Not outrageous to think he merges square and twitter at some point and quote.

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Porzingis helps Doncic-less Mavs to 87-78 win over Thunder

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

Porzingis helps Doncic-less Mavs to 87-78 win over Thunder

"Christos forcing his had nineteen points and thirteen rebounds for the Mavericks in an eighty seven seventy eight stifling of the thunder don't force anything who I know will get on the ball is going to come back to me yeah and then it just just keep planning on some easy shots easy easy once came to me and us I shot them for what for us is important at the ball and and everybody feels involved Tim Hardaway junior also had nineteen points for the mavs who were without all star guard Luka di church due to a back issue coach Rick Carlisle said he expects Dodge each to play in Sunday's all star game in Atlanta J. gill just Alexander scored fifteen points for Oklahoma City which shot thirty three percent in its lowest scoring output this season I'm Dave Ferrie

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How To Improve Your Landings

Stuck Mic AvCast – An Aviation Podcast About Learning to Fly, Living to Fly, & Loving to Fly

05:41 min | 10 months ago

How To Improve Your Landings

"I have with me shawn moody bill. English tom freak in victoria neuvelle and also as a bonus. We're going to discuss suggestions and techniques for our flight. Instructors use while teaching landings guys. Welcome back to the show especially victoria. It's been a little while. I know you've been incredibly busy. So i want to say a special. Welcome back to you. Thank you excited to be back. Yeah you've been working so hard on. I guess people are busy buying airplanes. From what i've heard. Yeah it's actually an interesting time for aviation. I know a lot of us are not as lucky in not flying as much. But there's a quite a few people that i think find themselves working at home and actually have the time to complete a lifelong dream of learning to fly adding another rating. Or thank. You know this is a great time to buy an aircraft since not. Many people are flying the airlines. So it's definitely been interesting in busy. It's a great way to social distance. Buying your own airplane. We highly recommend it A matter of fact. I was lucky enough to go out with Bill english to do some landings Too long ago and had a blast going over the things that We talk about when we're teaching landings and that's kind of what the whole topic is here. Tonight we had a wonderful wonderful time but Anyway so let's move right into it as far as talking about the landings and some techniques and how to improve your landings at. Let's talk a little bit about why landings are important and i love to use this quote. It's in the airplane. Flying handbook which i think is really cool. And if you get a chance to get a copy for yourself. I have a hard copy. And also downloadable a. dot gov for free but in the flying handbook. They actually mentioned that over. Forty five percent of all general aviation accidents occur during approach and landing phases of flight. Over ninety percent of those cases were pilot related. Loss of control was also contributing factor. In thirty three percent of those cases so ninety percent of the causes of those actions were actually piloting related and loss of control is thirty three percent of those cases. So we're gonna talk a little bit about your lands improving your landings and i talk about approaches and landings because we're gonna kinda back up and and realize that a lot of that Landing has to do with how you set up for the approach. So let's talk first about learning how to land I again. I feel that one of the most important things and get some input from the other folks to is. It's important to go to some of the publications and read a little bit about it but you actually have to go out there and do it. We have to actually practice. But when we're when we're actually starting out. I do feel that one of the best sources is the faa publications. We're gonna get into some other things but there's some wonderful things out there learning how to land. There's many different ways on how to land in. These suggestions are going to be as you know talking to instructors etc but one of the things i likened it to and some other folks feedback as you know when you're learning how to land. It's it's a lot. Like i found when i was learning how to drive and anticipating turns and how to write as you're driving faster and a highway. Where do you actually place your is and how. How do you view that highway in front you. In our case it's going to be the runway. It really is like that well again. Like i said joining me today as tom. Tom i know we actually got a chance to go out there and do some landings. It really is something. That i think is very important is starting off your career in your aviation. Life is learning how to land And so one of the things. I'd like tom if you could comment a little. Because i know you do a lot of flight. Instructing is you know basically what do you see. As far as the best ways to learn how to land as far as as the students that you see that progress the quickest and are is there one thing i don't know if there's any one given thing but you know i mean learning how to land the plane. Is you know when when the first time i walked into a flight school. There was a sign that was on. The wall would said the second the most exhilarating or the second most exhilarating data in a guy's life is Flying an airplane. The first is when he lands. You know so i mean it's it's one of those things that you know. It's the hardest learn flying the airplane. That's the easy part putting it back on the ground. That's the hard part. And that's what we learn. We take students out and we learn the maneuvers. I we learn how to do slow flight. We learn how to do power off stalls. Power on installs. You know how to do. S turns how to do turns around and point out of those things are to teach us how to control that airplane when we get in the pattern and get ready to put that plane back on the ground again. How it's gonna feel what it's gonna do. We take it to its extremes. You know and that's what we're trying to learn. You know so. The people that i see that. Learn how to land the plane. The quickest or the ones that learn all of those basic rudimentary maneuvers. The quickest you know somebody who understands the The vanessa what it is to control that airplane. They're the ones that are most likely to put it on the ground. The best you know and and you're right you know A good landing starts in the pattern. I mean it's going to start long before you even make it to that airport. It's it's setting the thing up and getting completely set up so that you are in the best place possible to put it on the ground and you know one of the things i teach. All the time is that landings should be a surprise. You know that at any given time you're ready to go full throttle and go around and keep that airplane flying until you can put yourself back in that perfect position again to put that plane back on the ground.

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"thirty three percent" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Houston on Thursday announced that following the Memorial Day weekend the next openings would include bowling alleys batting cages a mini golf courses high school athletics can also resume Tuesday with those other businesses non contact work at the schools are allowed as long as they are allowed locally the state department of health reported six or twenty seven new cases of cover nineteen along with thirty six new deaths Friday Kentucky now allowing groups of ten or less together is the Memorial Day weekend starts this com says restaurants re opened at thirty three percent capacity Friday Dr Stephen stack the state's public health commissioner wants residents to enjoy the holiday weekend while staying safe even with restrictions loosened to get together and you celebrate each other and you celebrate the chance to join in groups of ten or less please these masks the space of more than six feet between each other and the hand hygiene and surface cleaning all of those things matter a great deal of those are the things we're going to have to do coupled with contact tracing which will continue to educate on in the weeks ahead Kentucky announce the one hundred forty one to cover nineteen cases Friday along with five new desk governor Eddie Bashir believes new case numbers are not only plateauing but also decreasing in the state in Indiana community polls jams playgrounds campgrounds a basketball courts in other similar facilities open back up Friday as part of states are just three of a step five stage three opening and that state recreational sports practices can also begin but non contact sports like football are still prohibited commentaries in malls movie theaters opened at fifty percent capacity retail stores raising their capacity limit from fifty to seventy five percent the National Hockey League one step closer to returning the Players Association executive for Friday approving the lease return to play format pending further negotiations on issues related to resuming play the format would include a twenty fourteen playoff instead of the normal sixteen to determine the winner of the Stanley Cup testing protocols visas and the league's intention of reportedly using eight or nine hub cities to play the remainder of the season our issues the league and players should you will still have to sort out the NHL currently doesn't have a timeline for its return it has been on pause since March twelfth due to the.

"thirty three percent" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on WTOP

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"thirty three percent" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

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"thirty three percent" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on 790 KABC

"You know thirty three percent of US pet owners talk for a pets on the phone with the answering machine when we're away sixty two percent of a sign letters and cards so it looks like it's coming from both you and your pet seventy nine percent give their pets holiday and birthday presents fifty percent of those actually for a birthday celebration parties and seventeen percent of us sometimes dress our pets you probably heard about the labradoodle that looks like a lion yeah listen to some of the nine one one calls the main thing here's his owner tell people he's allowed a line when people see Charlie the dog walking they really freak out literally dive through the window to get in the car thank alliance as after the still spawn we all love to humanize our dogs don't we give them human emotions I was at soccer on Saturday and this guy comes up and says can I pet your dog I said sure he commences acting like a not a good boy you're just such a good boy I said dude come on gonna get a mall wound up and I've talked to me needs to be calm is the eye and he tells me he knows how common mellow and will be hit my dog is so then why you try to do some up like that somebody gotta be calm when you Pat a dog just mellow you don't want to act like his head is the hope diamond course he doesn't get it or doesn't want to get it here's more irony he tells me he's got dogs and he doesn't believe in ever putting a modeling and he says you know why here's why would you want to be on a leash I already know the answer but just for the heck of it I ask him do you bring your dogs out of course not I can't bring him anywhere I can't control my knocked down a kid or an old woman because he doesn't hear what he's saying I said look my dog is here with me I took him lots of places people don't even notice and they're happy to see him kids can come up and Pat him and he's not locked up in the house all alone by himself and the reason for this is because he knows the rules knowing the rules make some common happy he knows what I expect of him and he always gets to come along because of that anyway if you want to put a strange dog ask permission and then be mellow about it nature at its best is nature at its simplest at red barn we've kept.

"thirty three percent" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Of cruelty to animals and there they have dog owners and eighty percent of those owners said that they thought was very important for animal to have ID tags but out of those people only thirty three percent reported that there had we've had an ID tag on them so people might not have it you know might get lost they don't replace it they might get it a new call or they might just take the collar off their dog sometimes it sounds really really simple I don't I almost feel like I'm gonna send somebody by reminding him to have an ID tag on their dog but it's a really important thing and it's one of the simple and things that people can really do everything from that hi being up to date photos of your dog in case it does get lost make sure to take photos maybe once a year from different angles of your dog in case you need to make a poster that's another thing a really important issue is also what do you do with your dog in the car there are lots of dogs here when there's a car accident it's possible that a door flies open and the dog runs out it's possible that you open the door after an accident and your dog has run because if I can't go there a lot of different things that can happen to a car restraint of some sort that safe for the dog and will also help reduce the chances that would get injured if there is a car accident but is there really pointing a lot of people don't think that they could let their dog jumped in the car and they take off so there's some really simple things like that and my cricket is another one and another thing is the type of caller that is your job yeah I know many lost dog notices of dogs that have you know what we call click there caller lane caller on something happened it could be that they saw a dog they wanted to go play where it could be that they got frightened and they just managed to slip out of it because it was too tight they would be choking though especially a new dog a rescue dog bringing a dog home from a shelter I highly recommend people never use up green collar back that they use perhaps a harness or the kind of caller that tightened up a little when they pull out of their collar not to do you know what it was okay exactly and morning alcohol or so there are lots of things like that that dog owners can do to try and make sure that the dog never gets away in the first place and then there are things like the microchip for example but if your dog guys get nothing is going to greatly increase the chances that you're reunited rather than later I totally agree those are needed but I mean if they go missing the microchip what about only show up if they actually get to on that yeah they have to get that or shelter or someone who has the microchip scanner so it actually it doesn't help you find your dog is missing but it does increase the chances that if the dog is picked up by somebody that you will be reunited with your dog some people if you don't have a microchip in your dog has run twenty miles which can happen you may never realize that it's in a shelter in a whole nother town or a whole you know another county or something like that tell us to leave it there's a whole menu of things you can do that job that kind of belt and suspenders approach but a lot of them are very simple not very expensive you just never know what's going to be the one way that will help you find your dog if it's missing for some reason yeah yeah what's your take on the I mean the GPS.

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"thirty three percent" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on KOMO

"In like thirty three percent on election night that is quite low particularly when she only had two challengers fact is that two thirds of the voters in her district are tired of first and it's going to be a good thing when Seattle can the rid itself of having her on the council and actually get somebody who's serious about the city of Seattle rather than a socialist revolution but she had some significant support you have the support of of the labor unions for the most part although that dwindled in in recent months and this is a ball all thanks Capitol Hill it is the most liberal district in the city indeed the that district is the most liberal in the city of Seattle and two thirds of the voters who showed up at the primary said we're done with the law and I think that's gonna be very reflective of what happens in the general and she could only get one third of the vote when she had massively more resources spent her challengers now that she just has one challenger I think you'll see some of those endorsements even kind of flow away from her as they realized that her time is done what did she do wrong cheap governed as a national figure dabbling in local politics her it was far more about raising her own profile and the profile of her socialist party that was about serving the constituents of the that it had a lot and that finally became apparent to those citizens when I got the opportunity to vote in this primary and I think it'll thinker in the general election as well and then she'll write off as a footnote in history about the other two you have Lisa herbal in west Seattle facing a strong challenge as well as Deborah war as in north Seattle I think all those income but should be should grand but they couldn't get fifty percent of the vote in the primary but they're in a stronger position that is so want and it will be up to their challengers to build on their success in the primary getting through the primary against the incumbent and to try to attract the majority of voters who voted against them and add to that in the general election they may well be able to do so if they can capitalize on this dissatisfaction in the direction the city's going in among the electorate Seattle going to be heading towards the right I don't think that this is about Seattle moving to the right I think it's about Seattle boaters saying we want elected officials will focus on the problems of Seattle not on just making up the national laughing stock with whatever the latest far left policy is that could be adopted they're tired of resolutions that don't lead to any policy changes they want to see the city governed better I think that's the message of this primary that is a Republican strategist Randy purple with Jeff poach left come on whose time six ten an update on sports now from Harley exterior sports desk bill Schwartz joining us now there's a mariners game still going on yes there is a very early mistake by Seattle starter you say could could cheat to Padres leadoff man Fernando to teach junior that was a home run but after that the Japanese lefty settled into a nice rhythm and left the mariners with the two to one lead after five innings all but reliever Brandon Brandon greeted rudely in the six by another San Diego long balls.

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"thirty three percent" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on KOMO

"To be a soldier in the hospital for healthcare workers older in the hospital then personal works and department of corrections to call a general tested the canine program over ninety days this spring during that time been helped in more than sixty incidents in the hospital saw a thirty three percent do increase in assaults multi Kerr hopes to introduce K. I. patrols at Auburn Medical Center and Covington Medical Center this fall a big celebration planned along the Tacoma waterfront this weekend and this comes right Calvert found out both success and failure will be rewarded we stand looking out over the faucet water way I got a quick history lesson on this area this whole waterfront from which is was the city waterfront which is now the was water way was just a hub for activity was when heart is executive director of the fonts waterways seaport in this weekend hill host the twenty sixth annual maritime festivals bring together shipwrights building activities to celebrate getting people off the hilltop water's edge to build the community west promises lots of five including pirates all enough to get you to show we also have life preservers and flowed he's on stand by for one of this weekend's events we have a little Walker resalable is virtually finder to sail around in and you can not capsize we have a bill that would make it flowed out of a cardboard we want a cardboard boat west insist you can make it flow but the past tells a very different story so this year for the first time there's actually a prize being offered for best sinking we are number price categories you have to have a price these days for everything because you just don't know.

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"thirty three percent" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Increase thirty three percent less cops. Gee, I wonder what that recipe means guess what else we told you about we told you about that the cold case unit from the Dallas police department which goes after cold cases has basically disbanded, and they say, well, we haven't disbanded my, but everybody in that cold case has been sent somewhere else, and they say, well, we're not disband just robbing Peter to pay Paul, as, as WFAN, TV channel eight's Rebecca Lopez reports. So they will we got we got we got we had shift. We shifted seven people into a homicide which we'll get into a minute. Cold cases in February Dallas police were bragging on their website in February. Look, we just solved a couple of cold cases look this on their blog and then just last week their disbanding the cold case unit. Meanwhile, some of the people, they claim to serve and care for the most African American folks in the south side are on channel eight WFAN TV two different African American women talking about how they're brother and their cousin are dead. Two different cases and they're not getting solved and their lives matter. But you see, then we find out that, you know, why none of these murders are getting solved. We find out why so many home asides are happening in the city of Dallas and white crime is so rife. Why there is a hundred and fifty one percent increase in robberies. In Dallas eighty eight percent increase in a salt, sixty eight percent increase in forcible sex offenses. St. human sixty five percent increase in burglary breaking and entering and fifty percent homicides, by the way, how bad is it? We actually doubled. We almost double the per capita murder rate for this past month of Chicago. We literally are almost double the per capita murder rate for Chicago this past month in may. Chicago had fit fifty-one murders in may, and we had forty one fifty one to forty one but yet they have two point seven million, and we have one point three million. So when you do per capita, right, because they're literally like twice the size of our city as far as the population when you do per capita. They had fifty one. We had forty one in may. And yet they've got twice as many people per capita. We're almost double for the month of may, I you seeing a trend here. Figuring this out streets are getting slaughtered and.

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"thirty three percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Sweeping overhaul of immigration system, including merit based admissions officials say. Let's see how this report addresses it. Now, I tend to wait for the actual plan to take a look at it. But let's talk about what's been written about it. The White House is set to unveil a sweeping new plan that would radically transform the makeup of immigrants in the United States ending the visa lottery programme implementing a comprehensive merit based admissions procedure three senior officials told Fox News on Wednesday. The move would more than quadruple the number of immigrants admitted because of their work related skills while dramatically slashing the number of immigrants admitted because of family ties and the number of legal immigrants would be unaffected. It's just a change of the makeup of who these legal immigrants are currently approximately twelve percent of immigrants are admitted based on and skills while two-thirds or sixty six percent admitted based on family connections. Those percentages under the new plan, which shift Fifty-seven and thirty three percent respectively. So fifty seven percent. Would be based on employment and skills. In other words, if they already have jobs lined up, and they have skills and thirty three percent would be based on family connections. Ten percent of immigrants would be admitted on humanitarian or other grants, but the plan would end the visa lottery program, and again, the legal immigration number was would still be kept that the carrot.

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"thirty three percent" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast

Sports Gambling Podcast

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast

"Just because the pale. You gotta you gotta try just do it for the two dollars straight. You just have to I feel like I'm not exactly sure on the numbers. But I know that it's been paying at least over the last ten years. It's just what is actually a number intended last fourteen derby raises, the super factor has yielded a payout forty thousand or higher. So I mean, you got a swing for the fences on that one. It's one of those you have to take a shot on. But yet I try to I try to diversify my wagers my favorite betting wager. In general is the pick four pick five pick six one of those where you can include multiple runners in multiple legs. So essentially parlay wager taking four consecutive races in a row where five or hover money it is. Obviously, you can include more than one horse, but the more doing clued the more money it costs, so is one of those wages. I really liked just because the payouts are equally as great, and to be honest with you picking the fourth place finisher out of twenty Horsfield's when I mean the races. Says wide open as it is. And it's so difficult choosing a winner. Meet I don't go into the derby expecting hit something like that yet take a shot on it. But when it comes to something like a pick for I really try to spread my wager around and try to get myself the best Sean to win. So you have to go really deep in field. Like, the Kentucky Derby, especially this year with being so wide open. One of the things that's great about the computers. Now, as you you you want to do all this fun stuff. Like, oh, let me do. Let me put five let's do six horses and the super facto box that Stewart ten cent. What the how is it still like fifty dollars? Yeah. I recommend the ten cents super factor. I would also advise my clients to stick to four four horses. Don't get crazy. Don't don't be boxing more than four. I am a big fan of the boxing because loves the travel. You get it. Yeah. You get it. Always. And what I recommend, Sean. I recommend thirty three percent of your wagers on the traffic is in the super factors and then spread the rest across the exact is in the straight money. Yeah. To me. That's a good question. Monique? Do you have a strategy when it comes to breaking down? How like let's say. Yeah. Like like, Ryan laid out room. And do you have a similar formula coming in like, okay? Here's here's what I'm gonna put on head to head horses. Here's going to put on my trifecta. Here's one on a box. Do you have any sort of strategy when it comes to that? Yeah. When it comes to something like a super factor. Trifecta? I always make sure I don't have exact same horses running in the same racing style. So for example, I'm not going to box forefront front or foreclosures or I try to diversify in that sense. I think it's really really important whether you're right or wrong to try to figure out how the race is gonna play out thrill important speed is speed is everything pace makes the race. And. We have a pretty good general idea who's going to be on the front end. But it's a matter of at the front end horse is going to be contested because maximum security last time out, which is left alone uncontested on the front end. So obviously when you're left alone in that sense. He just.

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"thirty three percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:22 min | 3 years ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Bye. Very Wasserman who is actually a mental health professional, a retired mental health professional and a volunteer retirement, counselor, volunteer retirement counselor, but a mental health profanity. Yeah. Yeah. And he's brilliant, actually because what he wrote allocation asset allocation, a percentage of what is so spot on because when you talk to your adviser the adviser looks at your brokerage statement, and it shows a nice little pie chart. Yeah. And they say, well, your location is messed up or whatever they say I want to read from this because I have been in this situation. Dozens of times over my lengthy former career here here goes and investors allocation, the stocks and bonds is often the most consequential investment decision he or she will make but the practice of translating. Investment risk into a stock and bond ratio is fraught with misunderstanding. He goes on this is due in part to the impact of taxes on tax deferred accounts. Usually forgotten by the way, in the asset allocation discussion, isn't it though? But even more so to assets and liabilities not shown typical investment station as as they -ment put another way if I say, I have forty percent in stocks. I'm describing the numerator of a fraction. But what I haven't said and often having considered is the denominator to explain let's consider a sixty year old single retired female who has a brokerage statement showing one million dollars. Nice four hundred thousand in global stock index funds. Held in a taxable account and six hundred thousand in short-term treasury bonds held in a tax deferred IRA that that I got it. You're right down. I've got a good her plan, which appears reasonable given her income and expenses is the supplement her retirement income solely through withdrawals from her IRA while leaving the stock fund Helena taxable accounts. Untouched. So that she can pass it under her heirs with a stepped up tax basis. So this is all reasonable stuff. Right. Yeah. I would say so. Okay. So what does their stock bond allocation, well, it's forty percent stock sixty percent bond. Sounds like that all one hundred minus your age exactly what it is. Larry every six year old needs the same alley. Right. So the allocation seems okay, doesn't it? However, she goes on he he goes on talking about she her. However, if one discounts the six hundred thousand of tax deferred bonds at their after tax value, assuming say thirty three percent combined federal and state income tax. She really only has four hundred thousand not six hundred thousand in bonds. So that's four hundred and four hundred. So now, it's a fifty fifty mix, isn't it? It is making her portfolio appear more risky. Wow. We move on. So this woman then decides to us four hundred thousand of her bond assets to buy a single premium immediate annuity. More commonly known as a us. Didn't we talk about those all the time? We talked about them. Her next statement correctly reports a reduced total portfolio of six hundred thousand with the same four hundred thousand in stocks. But now two hundred thousand in bonds. This statement now reports are asset mix to be a seemingly more aggressive sixty seven thirty three percent mix. All of a sudden, she's starting to get nervous because her advisor saying man, you've got a risky asset allocation for somebody. That's retired sixty seven in this case sixty seven percent stock. Thirty three percent you got extend come. We'll move on. If the post annuity calculation in the last example were adjusted to its after tax value her four hundred thousand of stocks in the taxable account would remain the same while her two thousand and tax deferred bonds would be valued at only one hundred thirty four thousand dollars that takes her up to a seventy five twenty five mix. Which is funny because in her account, it's still a forty six. That's right. I mean asset allocation and her risk has not changed a lick except her advisors. Go is freaking out right now. This is a retiring I and making her freak out. Well, I think she just did retire. Right. She's sixty. Yeah. She then decides to withdraw one hundred and fifty thousand of the remaining two hundred thousand of bonds held in her account to pay off her mortgage balance of one hundred grand fifty grand of that goes to pay the taxes. So on her next statement, her total portfolio appears further reduced to four hundred and fifty thousand still with four hundred thousand stocks that puts her at a ninety ten asset allocation, I can I can follow this. I'm listening very carefully. We may have to summarize this the summary is. Easy. I mean, you had a forty sixty allocation which went to a fifty fifty album, which went to a sixty seven thirty three allocation, which went to a seventy five twenty five Alec Asian which went to a ninety ten allocation and nothing about risk changed in her portfolio. I mean. This Wasserman guy sat around and thought of this stuff he thought of this stuff. But the reason that I bring it up is I've been in this situation many times for number of different reasons. I usually I talk about this in the context of how many people have all of their money sitting in one brokerage firm with one brokerage statement and one pretty pie chart looking it up in my brain. And nobody nobody because you might have a 4._0._1._K plan with your company, and they send you an ice pretty pie chart every quarter. And then you gotta Schwab account or a TD Ameritrade account, or Calvin Merrill, or an account with your Bank or who knows what? And they're not talking to each other. This is why when we talk about real, financial planning and real financial planners. They would have what we call the. Ability to aggregate all of your accounts under one roof and give you one pie chart, even though you may have assets held in different localities and this way. You don't get this baloney of misinterpretation of what your asset allocation.

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"thirty three percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Karen? Appreciate that again up to on the futures right now eighteen point eight two willpower with Baird on apple we'll let's start with where you are on apple buy hold sell. Where's willpower? Yeah. Nobody question we're recommending the stock. We have for some time. We've kind of taken the law you on it. And I think really the view that you gotta be well onto write some the details with the longer term they still benefit from the broader ecosystem. The stock is up. Fifty six percent from the summer of two thousand sixteen you, and I and everyone else have enjoyed a thirty nine percent drawdown. Now thirty three percent off is this a stock in a bear market? Or is it the mother of all willpower opportunities? Well, we liked the opportunity longer term. I will say talk caveat with the notion that there's still some risks to the full year estimates we had a preview out as last week. What suggested we think street? Estimates are a bit too high for the March quarter in the in the full year likely in the stock. So I I guess, you know, we would like to get estimates fully reset, but you know, to take a longer term perspective with that. We like it off these levels longer term. What do you think there's a real chance in the short term? They could be kind guesstimates again the company. Well, I think the focus on the call tonight it's going to be the marks quarter. And of course, they had address the March quarter or if you on the December quarter now our near-term judgment Jessica's having fallen quite far enough. How can get more color of that here? Hit a few hours from now, or I guess after the close, I you know, that that may be splitting hairs a bit. Given the weakness we've already saying. But I guess the real answer is. Yes, I think decimates could still come down from where they are right now. We'll it's not clear to me how to companies actually responding to this. I've heard a lot of excuses to why we had this dreadful performance in China or the back end of last year that little indication of how they'll respond to it. I caught up with Dan is a pair of yours that follows apple as well. And Dan reckons they've got to cut prices. And they've got to do it this year what she view on that. Well. Clearly hasn't been in the playbook. Know for apple, you know, historically, I guess I'm less conventional cut prices the other way to look at that as perhaps raise prices by as much raw the next bottle. Yeah. My guess is they'll have to be a little less aggressive of that. They're also still catering to the highest, you know, they're not trying to attract your every consumer out there. But yeah, yes. To your point. But is, you know, impeding sales given price sensitivity in global macro pressures out there. Well, gee by the story that the upgrade cycles lengthening somehow. Well, we've seen it. I you know, I've done a lot of work on carriers covered for many years as well where stay TNT Bryson's. You know, what cetera little question if you look at their resolves holding on to their phones longer benefit to them in some respects with regard to lower subsidy. Okay. Every single all logarithmic on you. You have a fundamental view our free cash flow. So there's a certain vector assertain upwards. There's there's Ben is now an adjustment in that vector down when apple moves on from the present challenges does it re assert that upward slope. Or is it a new slope? Well, I think I think you can return to at least a, you know, a settler slow to get to the same slope. It was on a I guess we'll see I mean that that'll hinge impart on new products new.

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"thirty three percent" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"You're in retirement, you probably don't have a lot of time to make back or be able to experience some sort of losses. Mom, always said life was like a box of chocolates never know what you're going to get not at all. And that's the thing is in. When we meet people everybody has growth, very few have all three very few have principal protection and guaranteed income or some combination of of of the three but one out of three. Would you rather? I mean, that's that's what thirty thirty three percent. Yes. So I think that I would actually I would like those three better. And then some way to mitigate taxes would just be the cherry on top. Well, we need to talk a little bit about that. We're not CPA's run out attorneys. But there are so many strategies out there that exists today that can mitigate taxes in nobody likes to pay taxes. And when I see there's an article this week the world is swimming in. A lot of debt if you had a guest, even though he just looked at it. What what number which it starts with a t? Yeah. Sure. I'll just tell you two hundred and forty four trillion dollars of debt. Yeah. That's that's not with a B right now that is I don't even know how to quantify that amount of money. Yeah. I can't I can't count that. What that tells me is that interest rates certainly there down today. They're probably at some point maybe going up, and by the way, that's all that's all debt that's going to be affected by interest rates going up as well. That's gonna become more expensive than and who knows what that's going to do with the market. And I think it leads right into the epicenter g story that we tell and share with clients and fund H two O. When you say oilfield services Iseo gas, everybody thinks drilling. Would you agree? Sure. Think boom-and-bust absolutely leverage boom-and-bust. Yeah. Cetera speculation in the strategy that we share with individuals for a bucket of your money. Could be ten percent could be thirty percent. But you wanna know how boring in this moving water. That's pretty boring. I.

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"thirty three percent" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

14:15 min | 3 years ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"WLS AM dot com. Sentencing hearing, the judge is now speaking effort very short recess we've heard closing arguments. Everybody here has been outstanding. There's a lot of emotion involved in. I understand that both the Liqun McDonald's family and his loved ones and Jason Van Dyke in his family and his supporters in the independent people out there, some call themselves demonstrators, some call themselves protesters, but these are concerned citizens, and they have a constitutional right to be here. But there is no council Tucson right to disrupt the court and effective administration of Justice. So you let me tell you exactly how I feel. I feel so proud of you you've been the example for our not only for our city and our county and our state, but this is going national on TV. So we'll let them see how outstanding individuals citizens of this state of this county another city are that no matter what the verdict is. And I assume that one hundred percent of everybody's going to be disappointed. So and that's my job, and I accept it willingly. So thank you. All right. To begin. First of all we're going to have to go back to win. The jury. To get a little insight into this process and into the reasoning for my. Starting off. I the jury was instructed on first degree murder. And the beginning of the instruction was staying either the charge of first degree murder or the charge of second degree murder. The state must prove the following propositions. I proposition that the defendant performed X which caused the death of Kline McDonnell and that the defendant did so he intended to kill a do of a Bali harm to the crime McDonald. Or he knew that such edge what caused that to look wine McDonald or knew that such x created a strong probability of death or great bodily harm to LeBron McDonnell and third proposition that the defendant was not justified in using the force. Then the next operative paragraph is you may not consider whether the defendant is guilty of the lesser offense second degree murder until and unless you have I determined that the state has proved the above propositions beyond a reasonable doubt. What that means is first of all there has to be proved beyond a reasonable doubt. That first degree murder was committed. That is the foundation that second degree murder consideration has to be laid up. We're not moving any place until the jury came back with the jury with the decision that each and every element of first degree murder has been proven. Then according to professor Clint Richard clink instead of the common definition of lesser offense. Second degree murder is first degree murder. Which is the superior charge, plus mitigating factors. So comma definition of a lesser offense is that it requires less proof in this case. The supreme court in the state legislature has the right to use what nomenclature they want. They consider second degree murder a lesser offense. So this is where we have to get before we start analyzing different propositions. But again, you have to understand that to get the second degree murder consideration. What's the jury didn't came back with the verdict of second degree murder? The condition preceding to even consider the issues are that there has been a finding of first degree murder and each and every element of that finding has to be proved beyond a reasonable doubt. Now moving on. People versus Lee, which is the supreme court has the coded quite a bit into the very instructive case concerning second degree murder and also aggravated battery charged with fire Justice, Robert, I usually Justice Thomas in that case of the supreme court frame the issue, which I think is important here and are all aggravated battery with a firearm cases are crimes more serious than the offense of all second degree murder cases as a matter of law while it goes through this. Let me just remind you this continuing live coverage of the sentencing hearing for Jason Van Dyke euless judge Gon who's gonna rule and sentenced, Jason daycare imminently. It's a packed courtroom. And there's a heavy law enforcement presence in the courtroom right now. And if you look it's we use a common Loma glacier. That second degree murder is a class one felony. Actually, it is a super class one felony the state legislature decided to increase the penalty on second degree murder by thirty three percent instead of four years to fifteen years in state penitentiary with two years mandatory supervised release they increase the two four to twenty years in the state penitentiary along with the other provisions of probation, etc. But looking at that. And then Justice Thomas's analysis of the penalties. They his finding were that they overlap because you have the four to twenty six to thirty. So that would lead to the conclusion or to support the conclusion that you have to analyze these cases on a particular case by case basis in the facts in each individual state case controls and to analyze those facts and to compare which is the more serious offence. And these are case specific decisions. No general proposition is being issued from this court. This only applies to the case of the murder of Klein McDonnell. So you have to look at the sentences, and once there is this overlapping, we don't have a computer to do that we have to have a trial judge to look at that to determine which would be the more appropriate sentence for aggravated battery with a firearm or second degree murder. Back in nineteen eighty seven our state legislature enacted the crime of second degree murder two years later, while it was July a little bit more than two years later, they enacted the crime of aggravated battery with a fire at that time, we have to presume and certainly our state legislature knew the difference between these two crimes, and certainly the aggravated battery with a firearm came in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine if they wanted to eliminate the certainly had the power to they could say in cases of where there's a finding both second degree murder and aggravated battery with a firearm. There is no second degree murder and accused or convicted convicted must be sentenced on the aggravated battery with the fire just to take a couple examples if someone was shot in the baby finger by a fire, unjustly and all the elements of aggravated. Dot battery with a firearm where there that would be the crime of aggravated battery with a fire again, if someone was shot in the baby toe by a firearm, unjustly and all the elements of aggravated battery with a firearm have been proven, those are egg invaded battery with a firearm cases. The thing evaluate especially case specific is here is it more serious for the clan MacDonald shot by a firearm. Or is it more serious for clan MacDonald be murdered by a fire? Comes to easy answer on that in this specific case, therefore, my findings are that. I will sentence Mr. Van Dyke on the second degree murder count. Again, applying justices Thomas's reasoning I find that the lesser offense in this particular case, and of facts is the aggravated battery with a firearm just as an aside all those shots were done within a range of any place from fourteen so many seconds, but less than thirty seconds at the most. So I consider that one act so they would all merge, but I'm not going to enter judgment on that as Illinois requires that one AC one-sentence went crime. So therefore, there'll be no judgment entered in on the aggravated battery with a firearm. I'll enter judgment on a second degree murder. Call now again, anytime it gets easy for a human being the sense another human being debt Uman being whether it's a judge or if determined and a death penalty case the jury they should get out of the business. All right. So this is not pleasant and this is not easy. But this is some kind of a profession that I chose and I'm not complaining about it. But I certainly have to take into consideration all the feelings that are involved here today engineering throughout the whole trial. And I want to compliment the lawyers here just I don't have the exact figures, but initially the amount of information that they had was five hundred thousand emails, maybe more than one hundred thousand pages of discovery look lawns. DCF files were in the neighborhood of about eight thousand seven hundred people that have been here, you wonderful people during the trial node, the expert witnesses the reports that have been. Filed the motion settlement. So both sides have done such a tremendous amount of work in a very professional. I want to compliment though. Now moving on. You've been here today. And you've seen the impact that this. I mean this crime and has had on climate, Donald and his family you seen the impact on. The van dykes and their family the children. That's the shame. The family are suffering tremendous amount of pain during this along with Lochlann. Mcdonald's family and loved ones, and I've sat here time and time again along with my brother judges that are here in this courtroom. And it's just so senseless that these X occur because you can see the pain on both sides of the family. And I think Mr McMahon said in closing arguments in the case chief, this is a tragedy for both sides. So this is not easy. And I don't expect it easy. I findings are inappropriate sentence would be eighty one months in the Illinois department of corrections two years. Mandatory supervisory meets MS Van Dyke. You have to. Rights. I have to inform you of one the first right? Did you have a right to me reconsider your sense? That means within thirty days, you'd have to file a written document, call the motion to reconsider in that written document must contain all the reasons why you want me to reconsider your sense if you cannot afford an attorney for that motion. And you wanted to have one in preparation of it, the state would pay for that attorney you understand that right? You have to answer. Yes. Or no. Or you don't know. Okay. The next right? Is you have the right to appeal both the trial and the sentencing again within thirty days, you'd have to file a different written document. And that document is called a notice of appeal if you could not afford the appeal the state would pay for your lawyer would pay for your transcripts and all filing fees. If you couldn't afford your appeal you understand that right? Awesome. Thank you. I w short. Well, that's. All right. Six point seven five years. Eighty one months, right? Is that the math so six seven months, so? Yeah, right right areas. So in short recess he's now being taken back into custody. He's in an orange jumpsuit, essentially, there was no outbursts that I saw at least not yet in the courtroom a lot of disappointed faces as I said my opening kind of my opening comments here. It's a tale of two cities in and I've been watching this throughout the entire day. I the prosecution that would bring up their witnesses the McDonald family members, the the Reverend who's is a great uncle made a statement on behalf. Kwon mcdonald? And then the four other quote unquote, victims of abuse. So they say from officer Van Dyke from many years ago, the most recent one I think is four or five years ago. A lot of retired cops ex cops who worked with them also gave testimony in the current F O P president did Kevin Graham, the former F O P president did as well, very very emotional, very very strong testimony. As I mentioned, the judge did allow a lot of leeway. So end result is six six six years nine months, you think John is that about right six years nine months or some mitigating circumstances there? And you heard the judge ASCA Van Dyke if he wanted him to reconsider the sentence. I would imagine. It'll be advised by his defense team. Not to ask the judge to do that again. All right. We're going to catch up on news. We're gonna take a quick break. Then we'll get into the newsroom with Jen and come back and talk O'Brien Brian Warner. He was a former chairman of the Chicago police survivors group he wants to comment on this. We're going to hear from a variety of people who are already in the courtroom today as they make their way out. We're hoping to talk to dean Angelo and the current F O P president about their reaction. Also members the the liquidity McDonald of family and some community activists as well. Right up until seven o'clock complete coverage here on wwl house. What would you do with an extra thousand or two every month? I tend to free class to learn with the Wall Street, boys. Hope you'll never find out Online Trading Academy. Call.

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"thirty three percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

07:15 min | 3 years ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"This is not an issue of morality is immoral. If it tries to imprison people who should. Be imprisoned. Okay, wall. Is that protects people both times weather works. So he's saying I think it works. So he undermined her right there. Does that matter? This shows cracks in arguments. You know, it shows that as and not only Donald Trump has message this as you know, does those house I've talked about it almost most powerful thinking you've done this on FOX's by you border patrol agents. Not just leadership, but rank and file members who talk about the tools that they need to do their job. And you might see President Trump has a partisan. You might see Chuck and answer the partisan. You don't see the border patrol is being partisan. You see them as average, you know, men and women American citizens that are doing their job to secure people. And when they say, Donald Trump is right. We need more technology. We need we need more boots. But also walls work for us to do our job. I think that message drives the American people more than anything else because they're not seen as partisan. There's many women out there doing their job trying to keep her safe. Yeah. Think Democrats are lose argument. Why? Instead you up from our point. But compared to Nancy Pelosi he's far more reasonable to deal with. And and that you're you're you're right. Those who don't get along. And you might you start to lead. That's we gotta cut a deal. You want? That's okay. Maybe it's not five point seven billion for the wall. Brian. Maybe it's maybe it's four billion we deal with some of the DACA. We Democrats get something in this deal. But they can't get everything. We'll open the government up, and we have no border security this link. On your this morning, but this'll be my lips. No new taxes. I think that's a perfect analogy. George Bush lost because he didn't keep his promise on taxes. Donald Trump will be bludgeoned if he doesn't keep his promise on border security. He knows that an anti polls. He knows as well. And that's why white has last as long as it has no one. So so far congressman Duffy Republican of Wisconsin. I know you're with the president on this. But nearly half of the voters. Forty nine percent say Trump is mostly to blame for the shutdown up slightly from forty seven percent last week. Only a third thirty three percent blame Democrats in congress and five percent blame congressional Republicans fully forty four percent of voter support construction of a border wall. So that's good slightly fewer than the forty seven percents. Forty seven percent oppose it. So almost split that at five thirty eight group says Trump's disapproval now at fifty four percent its highest since February. So the polls are not, you know. And of course, everyone listening right now as well. I'm never Poland doesn't matter. But if we're to believe the polls the president's losing with the general public. What if he wins despite unsecure people cutting out drugs in criminals and Tom Dixon care small country in the end he will win. And I think what's important to note point with those polls, you have to look at the backdrop if you turn on something other than FOX constructed talk radio, and you listen to NBC ABC CBS CNN MSNBC, the Washington Post the New York Times Facebook, Google, they're all taking the line of the Democrats, and everyone is in opposition to the president's do to secure the liberal media. They're not position and even with an opposition daily basis, the liberal media, which is the media itself attacking the president. The numbers are still this high because American get how important this balance media. The numbers will be awesome chartered supported the president. All right. You can look at the context of who's messaging what and what side of the media have taken in this fight. So the percolating for the president, which I think is going to be things stay on track is going to be an enormous success. Last generations is a re calibrating of our trade relationship with the other major economy, and that's China, including intellectual property theft. You what are the reason why China got to the table the prison believes, and you believe are tariffs? And now congress wants to start eliminating or pushing back on the president's tariffs authority tariff. Authority you want to do the opposite. Tell me about it. I do not want to give the pleasant the tool to actually use tariffs more constructively. So if you look at your state charges ten percent tariffs on American made cars, we only charge them two and a half percent to the twenty percent tariff on American autos that go into China. We do a lot of Gary in my state in Wisconsin. Sixty eight percent tariff on Wisconsin butter into European produce butter. We only have a two point eight percent. Sixty eight percent to two point eight percent Bryan relationships unfair in. I I I have a Bill that's to allow the president the authority to say, okay. I'm going to be reciprocal. I'm going to be fifty fifty. If you put a ten percent sheriff in our cars, I can raise our terrorist. Attend percent as well over China. I can raise ours to twenty five percent. If those countries decided to lower the tariffs, we give the president already then lower the terraces. Well, it takes us away from a trade war and brings us to trade peace, and it's looking out for American workers. Says we're gonna cookie Bank of the world. They taken advantage of key. Absolutely, right. We have we have producers around the world that can freely compete against American companies in America, we produce the same product and try to compete against them in their home countries were prohibited. Because they raise the costs are products do. Absolutely unfair. And so I what I'm trying to say is I get with the president's trying to do. I don't think he has necessarily the weight tools to do it. So let's give him the authority to do a correctly. We're concerned in congress because this is our authority in the constitution. So you have to come back and get approval. Up for these tariffs from the congress. We keep that authority here. We sun Saturday three years. It can be reauthorized. But we keep some good protections in here on this Bill, but give the president of tools that fighting and winning. And that's what this Bill does. All right. Congressman Sean Duffy, it's going to be tough to move. It. Do you have any democratic support? So, you know. Because all that we just talked about and the hatred for the president it's been a little bit hard. But this is an idea that a lot of Democrats agree with them. So they're starting to soften up. I think I'll get quite a few Democrats onboard. I get a lot of Republicans on board that I met with the president of the Oval Office yesterday. He's absolutely supportive wealthy. Get some work in the Senate, and you don't get it right now. But if not right now in this congress when we control the house again in a year and a half two years. We'll have this up to get it done. So for the second term of the president will give me authority to actually quite this more win it for the American worker the American future. I always great to talk to you, congressman, Sean Duffy, Etta, Wisconsin. Thanks. Thanks so much on. One eight six six four eight seven six six nine. Oh, I call covered. A lot of these topics on Facebook live this morning, which I did in in bright by the FOX and friends live show today. We had a live audience who has a little hectic little crazy. So we'll read some of those comments and get to your calls a lot going on. We're seeing now we're following a few stories one of which is which I think is going to be inevitable. The coronation over the next attorney general Bill barked, and I'm just very curious to see if he'll get any democratic support. Because evidently, many are considering it in today's climate. That's pretty significant back in a moment. You're with.

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"thirty three percent" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on KGO 810

"Wildcats Wildcats come in twelve and four three zero in conference once again, this is a very good Arizona deemed Todd, but they don't have a dominant player like they've had in your tasks. Well, they certainly don't have a dominant player in the dominant big and they've always had the Andre eight and last year before that was part zoo skin, rich, just dominated paint. They beat you up and played early physical style of play. Now, they're still physical athletics. But they don't have the rim protection that they've had passed. They're not a typical Arizona rebounding team, basically, even for the year on the boards. That's good news for the bears, and they have struggled shooting the basketball the shooting thirty three percent from the and as a team a shooting only forty five percent. So without the bigs. Now, you gotta go diff-. Different direction when you have big guys in their scoring around the rim and shoot a sixty percent. A team you're gonna shoot close to fifty or better why they don't have that this year and so a much different booking Arizona team that we've seen in years past. And what's the coaches line? Big never gets tired. Big is big from tip to whistle. That's so you know, you look at some of those pieces of what they are. They have won five in a row, but you know, what some of those games have been a little bit closer than you would give imagine I think, you know, artif- our joke between us in a little bit of a surprise that UC Davis game at home where they just squeaked that one out. Now, they're on a little bit of a run. But the games have been tied to their credit. They figured out a way to win those. But, you know, not not the dominant piece that we've seen in years past no man, because you know, in large part because they're recruiting got disrupted by what happened with.

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"thirty three percent" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"But some of them said that they do feel screwed by by some of this stuff. But a lot of them are just going strictly by the numbers. So they're saying, well, it's only thirty three percent of this committee. It's not forty percents or she's screwed us to that. You know, I'm not going by that. I don't care about the damn caucus. I wanna see progressives on these committees. I am not interested in seeing Lois Frankel you being counted as as a progressive putting her on on the committee. She's terrible. Yes. Votes badly who wants on there. You know, same with Lisa. Lisa blend Rochester, you know, she's on the progressive caucus. She has an F voting records. She's terrible. And that's who's being counted. Darren Soto another one in new them with an F. He's being counted as you progressive, and that's a little trick that I realized as soon as this was announced I wrote about it on my blog as soon as nice that this is this is Nancy Pelosi. Who's gonna do? She's going to pick all the worst members. And she'll say, look, I did I did you progressive the big favor. Put Darren Soto on the committee. What is Darren Soto going to do on the committee is gonna vote was Republicans? That's good though. That's what he's been doing for his whole career. Unbelievable. Darren Soto and Lois Frankel both from Florida both far from progressive. Let both members of the progressive caucus. I I'm nowhere near Darren Soto. Who's also a new Dem's? I remember of both core. Unbelievable at least low and Lois Frankel is not a member of either of the other ones. But she may as well be. And she's in the next district over from me. I mean, I could see I'm gonna call her office and ask why she's a member of the progressive caucus. See if don't even talk. Not probably in her mind. Very very very old and her mind is, you know, not all what it was at one time. And in her mind being progressive means from what I've spoken to her. What I gather from her being a progressive means being for women's equality. And it doesn't go beyond that for. I guess race is she didn't really talk with me about race. But she really talked to me a lot about what it meant for women's equality. So so at at when she was a young woman back in the nineteen twenties, or whenever she was a young woman, it really meant a lot to fight for women's equality, and he was fighting for women's equality, and that meant you will progressive now, you know, when you look at her voting record. I mean, she's not as bad as old pal Debbie Wasserman Schultz who also calls herself a progressive, by the way, the last time I. The new dam Shelvin joined the progressive focused. That's by the way, the last paragraph that I added in because one of the complaints that I got for, you know, before I publish something. Like this. I send it to a bunch of people to get a critiques of it. So one of the critiques was that I had it wrong. Because I was my assumption that that I don't say, but my assumption is that forty percent of the additional members have to be progressives. But really the deal with Pelosi wasn't that the deal with Pelosi was that forty percent of the committee will now be progressive. So whether they have to add more or less, it doesn't matter. It's just at the outcome has to be forty percent. So I looked at the at at one of the one of the important committees. And to see who was on it. And and what I did is I I it's an appropriations committee..

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