35 Burst results for "Thirty Three Percent"

Shead scores 21 points, Houston knocks out 1-seed Arizona

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 11 months ago

Shead scores 21 points, Houston knocks out 1-seed Arizona

"Fifth seeded Houston you smothering defense to holders owner to thirty three percent shooting from the field and knocked off the top seeded Wildcats seventy two to sixty in the NCAA south regional semifinal Thursday night in San Antonio Jamal should let the Cougars with twenty one points including nine of ten from the line and Kyler Edwards struck nineteen in the earlier game Jermaine Samuels had a game high twenty two points as number two Villanova topped eleventh seeded Michigan sixty three fifty five in a rematch of the twenty eighteen championship game brought Flores San Antonio

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Sizzling Celtics race past Nuggets 124-104

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 11 months ago

Sizzling Celtics race past Nuggets 124-104

"Jaylen brown and Jayson Tatum each scored thirty points in leading the Celtics to a one twenty four one oh four win over the nuggets the Celts close the first half on a forty two twenty one spurt including the last fifteen points in the second quarter Tatum adjacent Pritchard each had four three pointers before the break Pritchard was five for five from beyond the arc Boston shot nearly sixty percent from the floor sank nineteen of thirty eight three pointers and hit all eleven of its free throws McCauley okay check twenty three points for the nuggets who shot just thirty nine percent from the floor and thirty three percent from long range I'm the ferry

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Poll: Stark racial gap in views on Black woman on high court

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Poll: Stark racial gap in views on Black woman on high court

"A new poll finds Americans are sharply divided by race when it comes to president Biden's promise to nominate a black woman to the U. S. Supreme Court forty eight percent of Americans overall say it's not important to them that a black woman will likely be the next Supreme Court justice according to the Associated Press norc poll just twenty nine percent think it's extremely or very important but among black Americans the president's promise is resonating sixty three percent of black Americans say it's very or extremely important compared to just twenty one percent of white Americans and thirty three percent of Hispanics the numbers are much higher among black women seventy percent place high importance on a black female Supreme Court justice there's also a political divide most Democrats think it's at least somewhat important but eight in ten Republicans do not I'm Jackie Quinn

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

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year 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 | 1 year ago

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 | 1 year ago

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 | 1 year 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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"thirty three percent" Discussed on DAT Poker Podcast

DAT Poker Podcast

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on DAT Poker Podcast

"I figure out the number which thirty percent second thing to do with ask yourself. Does this hand rank in the top thirty three percent. And you're like but then you realize oh but wait removed walker effects actually make this bad call or a good call so for those that like. I don't know that want to go down that road of learning modern poker theory. That's like really sort of the basic fundamental way in which you would deploy in those simple. And i thought this was in really good example because it's so clear either like you know just a full house for it right so you have like. What do you call with. What's the worst grade call in this I want i will say this in one hundred i was. Can't i don't know what happened. It woke up on. I was trying really hard but made four mistakes in about four hours. And that's that's way too. Men like to four big mistakes like this one called the age thinking that i was in a cop thirty three percent range when it's not even close so made a couple of big mistakes. Didn't i didn't deserve to win the purple jacket based on how i played the hundred gay so unfortunate. But here's the thing you know. I get home. I beat myself up over it a little bit. I get home like all right. Well you know what you make mistakes such as life you're gonna you're gonna learn from when you're gonna take your time a little more because i didn't use the timing to actually do the math on it just ballpark. Didn't figure eights was okay against chris. But it's just it's just a full. I'm basically so what that means is if you start calling with aids. You're calling too often against over bits. So then we didn't get adams brain working with the exploits right so when you see guy call with aids right now you go. How he's calling against over bets in this spot so now you can take more of your value hands and overbeck and start to gut some of your bluffs against the player like that. That's where the game is beautiful right. It's game theory. But it's still poker still like i see what this guy did. I'm going to do this as a result. But that's also leveling game too. Because i may reverse it now and start way over folding. Because he saw you get it. So that's where you get. Dangerous would like when you veer too far one way or the other from game theory to explain to the person and it becomes obviously the person they exploit you back so that's sort of like a leveling worry you don't want to get involved too much unless you feel like you know you're one step ahead and for and for those wondering what the bluffs sarka. Some people may be like. Oh there's no bluffs on this this queen queen queen seventies sport truly rob couldn't king. Jack is probably i. Think the most obvious bluff Yeah so those are going to bluff a kinder- rip because a king jack ace king. Very good bluffs because it blocks aces kings and of course asking Queen with with both bills hands but king. Jack is the primary bluff. And i can promise you this. Chris brewer is going to bluff when he has those hands..

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Food Prices Go Up Globally

The Indicator from Planet Money

00:42 sec | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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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"thirty three percent" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"These are the daily tech headlines for friday july thirtieth. Twenty twenty one. I'm richard avellino. Npr sources say the israeli spy. Spyware company ns. Oh group temporarily blocked several government clients from using it software and services as it investigates possible misuse and so group does not list its clients but says it has sixty customers in forty countries all of them intelligence agencies law enforcement bodies and military's amazon disclosed in regulatory filings that the luxembourg data watchdog c. n. p. d. find it seven hundred forty six million euros about eight hundred eighty six million. Us dollars for gdp violations related to the processing of personal data in the filing amazon said. The decision was without merit and that there has been no data-breach and no customer data has been exposed to any third party. Reuter sources say the us securities and exchange commission. Stop processing registrations for us. Ipo's from chinese companies while it crafts new guidance for investors about the risks of new regulatory crackdowns in china. This comes after the chinese hailing giant. Dvd's ipo late. Last month which was followed by the chinese government temporarily suspending it from sending up new users and delisting it's mobile apps china's ministry of industry information technology told twenty-five tech companies including alibaba and tencent to audit and rectify internal issues around consumer data security. The companies were ordered to address eight types of problematic behavior including pop-ups data collection and storage. As was the blocking of external links in q. To amazon earn fifteen dollars and twelve cents per share on revenue of one hundred thirteen point. Zero eight billion dollars up. Twenty seven percent on the year but below analysts estimates on the revenue. Aws generated fourteen point. Eighty one billion dollars up thirty seven percent of the year and the second straight quarter of accelerating annual growth amazon's other unit mostly made up of advertising grew eighty seven percent to seven point nine billion dollars in revenue motorola announced three new phones. These six hundred ninety nine euro edge twenty pro the four hundred ninety nine zero edge twenty and the three hundred forty nine euro edge twenty light shipping in europe latin america and asia in august the edge twenty and pro models both offer on one hundred. Forty four hertz. Six point seven inch display with mid range qualcomm. Soc's or the edge. Twenty light offers a ninety hurts. Oh lead lacks telephoto camera and uses the mediatek dementia eighty seven twenty s. Motorola confirmed the devices will get at least two android. Os updates panic had previously said it would commit to shipping the first twenty thousand odors of its upcoming play date handheld council in twenty twenty one. It took the company less than twenty minutes to hit that figure with the current pre hitters promising ship date of twenty twenty two priorities for qualcomm smartphone. For snapdragon insiders are now open on as is e shop for one thousand four hundred ninety nine dollars shipping august twenty seventh. The phone offers the latest qualcomm flagship specs with the one hundred forty six point. Seven eight inch super amulet screen x sixty five g. modem wifi six e support and a rear mounted second gen three sonic fingerprint sensor the second generation fire tv cube now supports to a zoom calls with a connected. Webcam users will need a micro usb usb adapter to add a camera and calls can be joined through the fire tv voice assistant twitter updated its audio chat rooms spaces to let users send new tweets directly from the space with direct links to the audio chat. The irs app now also has a new guest management controls for spaces to see who's in a space and requesting to speak. Twitter also began rolling out search in the space tab. Google will ban so called sugar dating apps from the android play store. Starting september first these are apps the company deems to be promoting compensated sexual relationships the analyst at catalysts report that cue to chromebook shipments increased seventy five percent of the year to eleven point. Nine million units. Hp and leonova remained the top two spots while acer jumped to number three over del which actually saw declining shipments on the year. Samsung came in at number five but saw the biggest growth. With shipments up three hundred twenty four percent on the air and finally amd announced the rx sixty six hundred x t a three hundred seventy nine dollars. Gp designed for high performance. Ten eighty p gaming shipping august eleventh. It offers thirty three percent more performance than the last fifty six hundred exte- with nine point. Six teraflops supports ray tracing as well as radian boost and anti lag features. Remember for more discussion of the news of the day. Subscribe to daily tech. New show took new show dot com by joe notes and links to all these headlines there as well. Thanks for listening. We'll talk to you next time and from all of us here at daily tech headlines remember they super sparkly day for mobility.

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"thirty three percent" Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

"How much does that surprise you. I just. I don't know how anybody has. Full trust in milwaukee this i just i don't understand it. I don't know what you've seen that all of a sudden you feel like they've gotten over the hump like i could understand that thinking. Maybe you get past brooklyn game. Seven was exhausting. And then you think to yourself okay. Brooklyn the injuries all that stuff. And now it'll be clear sailing. And then come out game one and they lose and they lose home-court and going into the fourth quarter of game three as we talked about had trae young not gotten hurt. Who knows how that game turns out because they were trailing heading into the fourth quarter. So i don't understand the clear cut favorite being milwaukee in this point. Because i don't know how you trust them. I think it would make some sense if you were just looking at the scores. You didn't know about injuries. You didn't know about anything other than the scores. You could say milwaukee getting past brooklyn exercising those ghosts in a way though. I don't think that's happened yet. Because until they win a title but the idea of that would make a little bit of sense but if you got is and you saw hey the brooklyn was you know by. All accounts by my feelings would have been the clear favorite to win if only one of their if if one of the two stars that got hurt had been hurt. I think a healthy hard without kyri and with katie brooklyn wednesday series and even without hard and a healthy kyrie wins at series with katie again. We can't know for sure but it certainly went way when they were on the core and based on the season. I think that all makes sense. But but milwaukee one so give them credit but then you look and say okay against atlanta. They're down one. Oh like you say could win the third game or lose third game and another injury they benefit from. So i don't think that milwaukee's answered the key question. Can they win a series when the other teams houthi and there's close games down the stretch were foul shooting specifically with janas in his ability to create shots in the fourth are still a big open question and to be such a favor. Early line. mine is one fifty. Even though home court is phoenix. If those two play a lot of love from walkie. I think it's unwarranted but let's transition to phoenix mean. What's wrong with this team. We we could say. This was all about the clippers. The clippers shot thirty three percent from three. So when shoot thirty three percent from three and They were the average forty two percent this season so imagine that right if they give them another ten percent that means they make three more threes or so and they have another inferior another nine points and they win this game by twenty three. So i mean i'm not saying that's exactly the math the math. Exactly what would happen but man. Oh man when you shoot thirty three percent and you win handily on the road. What's go is with the eye test. What went on. They looked like they were just from the start of the game. They were fired out the clippers. I don't know if they saw it as a rallying cry down three one backs against the wall. That's how they like to play. They were fired up. They were more energetic. They were just into the game from the get-go more so than phoenix and they had elite and built to lead early on and then phoenix scrambled. Got back into it and it felt like okay..

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"thirty three percent" Discussed on The Hedge

The Hedge

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on The Hedge

"I'm going to help you get together and going to actually do some more to earn my salary to just say here do this. It's not about things even delegate and expect to just go right. So i think one of the reasons that support versus mandate makes a difference is that you have something in here about business problems in israel. Productivity life thirty five percent of the time cost overruns thirty three percent customer loyalty satisfaction challenges twenty nine percent talent retention with technical staff. Now let's drop that one off for a minute. Revenue loss eighteen percent. What's interesting about all of those are. Those are things that somebody has to take the heat for in the organization and if you don't have an executive sponsor willing to say it is worth this pain get to that guy then the first thing you hit those pain points the project's gonna fail. You don't have any you don't have any backbone exactly like you can't justify using and unfortunately you have to use the negative consequences to do it but unless you can prove that spending time and effort on this is worth it. You won't be able to watch. And i think that's one of the big differences between support and just a mandate. Another one is like you're saying before. Tom is just this concept. That i know that it's going to make my vp happy. If i go work with these people not just these told me to do it. But that's actually an expectation and he's gonna mediate those meetings and he's going to make sure that the right people on the other side of the aisle know that we're we're we need to do this and so therefore he's gonna open the doors that bp here. She is going to open the doors to make that happen. This is one of the things i appreciate most about. My current manager is in my in my current. Vp is that in everyone with my current vp. The message i get is what can i do to unblock what you're doing.

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"thirty three percent" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

John and Ken on Demand

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

"People interested. Well i think. That's i think there's i think that those lists of pros and cons or pretty equal and very difficult for them to get through. I think it's disturbing that they get to decide. But i guess that train station. That here's the deal. Seventy seven percent of the republicans said they will vote on the recall. Thirty three percent of the democrats say they would that pretty much that pretty much levels the playing field they got ten and a half million. We're registered voters. We've you know we've got what three point or five point. Three and so seventy seven percent of our five point three vote and only thirty three percent of their ten point five. Yeah it's close and the no party preference. People are right in the middle so this guy is in a lot of trouble great And should not be doing a happy. Thanks for talking to be once again. Appreciate we'll be talking to you again soon. I'm sure i look forward to. Thanks for having me on. That is hand dunsmore. She's a campaign manager of rescue california. The political action committee lending a lotta help to recall gavin twenty twenty dot com or coming up. Kfi am six forty. John and ken show john kobylt kid shampoo. We are live everywhere on the iheartradio app. You just heard talking to an dunsmore with the rescue california. They're helping out the recall gavin newsom people and she says enthusiasm for this recall. Election is much higher among people registered as republicans and democrats. There's a big difference in those numbers. There's a lot more. Democrats registered in california. But they're not showing much interested in voting in this recall which is probably why newsom started the ad campaign. We don't even know the date yet but while it's all male in that will probably help their turnout because how hard is that plus ballot harvesters but hopefully that means good things. Now we're going to update you on something we talked about on this show over and over again the last several years. And that's the war on the single family home tomorrow. They're going to have four. The if you remember the history of this it goes back a few years. There was something called senate. Bill fifty one bill. That was the one devoted to allowing apartment style housing and your single family home neighborhood. That's the concept behind it. They gave up but they came back last year. And into this year with a mess of bills designed to do the same thing they just kind of broke it up. Make it a little harder to follow. Divide and conquer kinda thing. Sp eight espy. Nine sb ten and senate bill. Four seventy eight or going to be heard in committee. There's actually seven bad bills but four are going to be heard in a in a committee hearing tomorrow which is going to occur in sacramento. The housing committee is going to vote on this and they're urging everybody to call and urgency assembly housing committee members to vote. No it's led by david chiu of san francisco and i. I don't know that a call to him would make much difference because this crowd is usually in in favor. Of course what we found out and this is a great tactic. If you want to find out more go to livable. California dot org. That's where they're organizing all of the opposition to this livable. California and what they've said is that a lot of this is to benefit luxury housing developers. And if you look around. And i've noticed this myself even in la when there's housing bill particularly places like downtown la. It's usually pretty upscale and pretty expensive because there's not much in it for the developers to go middle or low went. They wanna make sure they make a healthy profit because it costs a lot to buy that land so when they do that they put up a place. Probably only upper income. People can afford and we're in the same fix we were before we don't get the kind of housing we need for middle and lower class people. That's that's the card. They're playing here. I think it's a pretty good one. We'll probably keep an eye on this hearing tomorrow to see what happens. But it's the war on your single family home neighborhood. It's time for conway. Ding dong with you to see like six months. I think it's been only to hear me. Seems like a lot. We have dr rake sherry coming on tonight. Of course yes. The good doctor is he gonna keep going until there's not one case of virus left thing so i think he might be done because it became like a sign. Jon detainment for you too. Great for me i love i love the guy but i feel like we have overstepped running out of things to talk about. Well you know with cova delta variant. I hope did one week soon. That will mention that stupid. I know you know that'd be great close today. is that right. I did a couple of times and then the new variant coming out of india right. Yes i know delta or bill alpha oh i see okay sigma i dunno. Whatever but man. I can't believe in australia fraternity. Yeah right but in australia. They've only had one person. Die this year from covid one one one death this year people out there very good at it right. They keep everybody to Then spring quarter will allow us colleges to pay athletes It's a complicated issue though. Now it's not gonna be getting checks written no and then the crew broke ground on that nine hundred million dollar project to connect. Lax the metro rail. Which ed on thirty years thirty years ago. I saw that story today. The funny excited about every other major city you go to has a connection like that two trains take your pretty much right there. Every one of them by seattle portland new york. Does it since the one thousand nine hundred sixties cleveland cleveland. And we didn't get it. I just horrible anyway. So that couple of ding dongs jordan excited for go john kennedy. Let's see kfi find k. O. s. t. hd two los angeles orange county. We'll see tomorrow mr kosher as the news..

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

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

01:31 min | 1 year 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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"thirty three percent" Discussed on Agent of Wealth

Agent of Wealth

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on Agent of Wealth

"I need different than what you need. What someone else would need. There's definitely i mean if you think about the amount of sleep. People named in how they differ. It's like hot for example different. We will differ in the amount of sleep. The need and people are very much focused on sleep and when people come to us For the asleep issues we certainly do help them. Measure sleep when we track that as we do some interventions in teach them some techniques. But really it's about how you feel the next day syncing. You'll feeling better that you can cope better that you not sort of dragging hills that not sort of finless shutting your eyes at a mating sitting down when you've got a moment Not making rush decisions as well not feeling so anxious or depressed because As soon as you start to chip away at sleep especially according vices you start to get a lot of issues. Going on in the body mentally and physically starts kurt. Is that how you treat it. You look at what with what is the issue and then trying to diagnose it from their exactly so what we do. We look at things in. What's called contributing factors lot. What is the main factors that reflecting this person slate so usually when someone comes to see us we'll get them to fill in what's called a sleep diary so they trek this sleep. Just standard penn and piper sort of thing none of these sort of goblins will fifty-six cetera And then we'll do probably one else session and do a lot of If someone's waking up during the night. Usually we categorize it. Not minds luck okay. Is this something intently. Waking them up now they too are experiencing some sort of sleep apnea and snoring. That can alert. The brandon did not getting enough oxygen. And in that wakes them up or something external. That's affecting them. Is there a noises. The as if someone moves in a bid is a thirty three percent chance that i will wake up. Something really gets a missed. And i think the crown again the coronavirus has helped to think about this. A bit more is the pits have advantaged during this Situation having their own is at high level but So many times we've got caught out the people having pits in the bedroom or even on the bid the as a this movement on the bid people wake up says just one example where we're trying to explore what could be waking the personnel and furthermore like when people are trying to fall asleep but not they could whole whole host of things it could be other having too much evening caffeine honest surly during the dive of the evening. Caffeine the daughter showing that what's affecting them is it a case that they're going through quotas period. Is it a case that the balloon. And this sort of hyper arousal insomnia When they going to for example all have they go to body clock where the clock drifted a bit lighter..

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Spotify Reveals Behaviours of British Consumers Post-Lockdown

podnews

00:28 sec | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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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"thirty three percent" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Welcome to another exciting adventure of jonathan gullible as you may recall we last left. Jonathan gullible on a remote pacific island after his boat was blown. Far off course by terrific storm eager to learn about the inhabitants of this island. Jonathan walk toward a uniform policeman. He saw reading a newspaper looking over the policemen shoulder. Jonathan was surprised at the headline he saw. It says here that the legislature has just authorized to death penalty for anyone found to be cutting hair without a license. Isn't that quite a severe penalty for such a minor offence. What's so unusual about that. The death penalty is the ultimate threat behind all laws. No matter how minor but surely you wouldn't put someone to death for cutting hair without a license. Of course we would though it seldom comes to that. Why why are you see. Every crime is an escalating crime that means the penalties increase the more one resists for example if someone tries to cut hair without license then a fine will be imposed. If you're she refuses to pay the fine or continues to cut hair than the outlaw barber will be arrested and put into our zoo if he or she resists arrest him then. The criminal is subject to severe penalties. The outlaw may even be shot the greater the resistance the greater the force used so the ultimate penalty behind every law really is death then surely reserve law for only the most brutal criminal acts violent acts like murder robbery and rape on the contrary law regulates the whole range of personal and commercial life of. I don't be alarmed. We seldom speak about or witnessed the death penalty itself because well we are so diligent to teaching obedience milled. Freedom with laughter joined the community access free media clips and more or get your free. Pdf copy of the book. Go to jonathan gullible dot com now. Jonathan gullible dot com. Everybody if you've ever thought about heirloom beans as a storable survival food. I've got great news. In fact it's the best news you've heard in a while. Here's the thing we just received a fresh batch of gourmet heirloom beans. Survival soup bates. These beans are gorgeous. Highly nutritious and above all with no hesitation whatsoever the best tasting beans in the entire world. The best part. We've dropped the price by thirty three percent this week for listeners. Who know higher food. Prices are coming and wanted inflation hedge. You can actually eat. It gets even better with your permission. And when the high regard for your health and wellbeing. I also want to send you two pounds of what we think is the single most underrated superfood in the world period could assu being survival dot com. That's supine survival dot com and discover the real reason. We're giving this unusual superfood away at soupy and survival dot com that soupy survival dot com..

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"thirty three percent" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

Trailer Junkies Podcast

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

"You know what the boys found this week. What's that on disney. Plus there's the star wars legacy or whatever was awful things. Oh my god. I watched one of them and i was like what is this. What is this dude. They love the old e walks and all that stuff ain't love that they love the walks in world where you only have trailers and posters to judge a movie. Jim and ted strike out to answer the age old question. Will you see it. Epi friday ted. It is episode one fifty six of the trailer junkies. Podcast last week is one fifty five and next week as one fifty seven. How the heck are ya. I have good jimmy. Thank you for the counting instructions The beginning of the party. And i gotta help me out. Sometimes it has been a little weird with the kids spring break in here. So thank you yes. Yeah so Mr orange tonight with your shirt there. Yeah have a little Little button-down t shirts. I like that. Yeah you know. Look kind of sophisticated. Yeah and it's so funny. Because i wear the shirt now you know i don't know when we're going back into the office but this shirt has some holes in it as like some like a moth got to it or something in the back but it's on my back so like i can wear this on zoom. I can wear this when i work from home. They go back to the office. I can't where the shirt anyway elite staying around the win right exact. So do you think you're going to be. I mean i'm sure at some point you're going to be in the office but do you think it's going to be full time. Do you think it's going to be like yeah. It's gotta be some kind of hybrid thirty three percent thirty three percent. You know different teams logo in be like co hoarded. You know something like that. Or what do you th- or is it..

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"thirty three percent" Discussed on Your Retirement Solution Podcast

Your Retirement Solution Podcast

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on Your Retirement Solution Podcast

"In that years ago You know the the game stop stories that we're hearing the robin hood stories that we're hearing in the press today There they're these compelling returns drive a lot of attention but boy you got going with your eyes wide open and realize their risks involved right. So that's the challenge and i. I see a lot of that going on to a lot of people asking us about those types of investments really not appropriate retirement. Alright so is there a trend that you're seeing in these types of markets. Well again people think they can get rich quick right when when the trend i saw was when the market took that hit back in march of twenty twenty right the market was down thirty three percent and looked like an opportunity to buy in. And so if you look at savings rates are off the charts. The government has been giving these stimulus checks out there. People are putting a lot of that money in savings or they're saying. Hey i'm gonna take this money and go put it in the market and let it right right so We're seeing that trend in the risk. Marcus they were. People are just taking that money and putting it into stocks. So that's that's a big one. We see two and so people are going. Gosh why is the market going up. 'cause cova is not over yet and that's a big reason is because people are seeing that opportunity to buy so fear greed emotion. Those things aren't going away that'll always be with us. And this was fear of missing. Out for london oaks Fomo right the fear of missing out still correct hackman's weird but whatever so let me ask you this. I i think that there's a wide range of investments. You're not talked about the before and many of us have talked about that with the Retirement solution group. What you know. Or or when our risk investments appropriate. Or are they yeah..

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"thirty three percent" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The rams and the trojans and the guy that runs galaxy sports and later will play of course baron sports trivia but The number one issue to me right now is that the texas rangers have indicated globe. Life stadium will be opened up to everybody on opening day. And ask but. I don't know if that's enough mr marc mancini. Do you think that's a wise move by the texas rangers and by major league baseball and allowing that to happen. Everything's big in texas. These days. Snow i i don't know it's it's crazy. Stadium holds full capacity. Stadium zir thirty three percent which i found out in lane. It's gonna be Who knows what. The dodgers are the rip off of eight thousand. Two hundred people one hundred. Angels dodgers padres games. It will cost your mortgage. You get dodger stadium. That's the garden share. I don't know what he's writing. What do you think already. What do you think about Full capacity full ten. And i gotta tell you the more. I thought about it the more. I think it's absolutely ridiculous. I think you'd phase it in and things get better and better and better. Hopefully god willing and i a deep dive today. All the stadiums from the braves too. That's the brands. like marxists. Twenty five to thirty three percent at true as part all the way down the line..

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Getting Smarter (MM #3642)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 years 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 | 2 years 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 | 2 years 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 | 2 years 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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"thirty three percent" Discussed on Daily Tech News Showhttps://dailytechnewsshow.com/

Daily Tech News Showhttps://dailytechnewsshow.com/

02:36 min | 2 years ago

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

"And that i think is the most interesting and novel Take away from all of this and it's a very clever way of doing it And by the way yes rest of world is great because they surface these kinds of things that we have really never heard about and That article is a great example of that. But beyond that i think the culture in taiwan is probably a big part of it. Because it could be implemented as you said technically. I'm not sure how well it would work in situations like the ones we see on facebook and twitter and others. What what's really interesting to me though. Is that this is a step that users have to take themselves. You have to see a story. Think oh wait. There's something fishy about this and ask if you know there is indeed something fishy about it. The the the approach we've had until now in in social networks is presenting the validity of the story. Along with the story itself without people even asking so i wonder if there isn't a kind of a added benefit of having the the end to end encryption having to force the user imo herself having to ask for the check yeah i think for the most part it's hard to get upset about giving users of any messaging app more tools in order to figure out what's what's true and what isn't the main problem. I see this is just. Yeah the length that it to get your answer. I mean we're talking about information being shared at at warp speed waiting up to a week to find out. If that thing i read is blunk or to immediately loser but yeah but but if something is going to take a while you've probably moved on or decided what you've decided already. I think the thirty three percents seems low to have much of an effect as well. But i don't know. I think thirty three percent is of course not huge. But there's also a lot of people who wouldn't change their mind anyway so the thirty three percent is seems like the number of people that you can actually effect so the people that matter. That's a good point self selecting right the people who wouldn't change their mind anyway aren't going to bother to forward this so yeah all right. Oh hey folks you can fact check each other. By by submitting some stories to our sub. Reddit what he wants to talk about on the show. Let us know Submit stories and vote on a daily tech news. Show.

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"thirty three percent" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!

SuperHero Homies!

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!

"How they really explored some of dodge. Trench can do and it was fantastic. And it's like these ladies here have magical capabilities that have yet to be tapped into. Emc you and they really didn't get into that bag a whole lot. I like the bidwill wander literally gets inside his mind and then agatha tries to pull the reversal it goes back and forth and then they come out of it that was really cool segment love. How did the same visual effect from age of altron where they kind of run like the little like weird creepy like where she like runs up too. Far does the little like hit magic. That was an awesome like throwback table on there it was. Yeah and i forgot. She did that in asia voltron. Yeah but yeah so. I thought that that fight scene was i thought it was good but ultimately i just felt like a little bit of creativity as a whole especially considering how long they're fight went on. It was like multiple segments of mostly. What i thought was kind of the same stuff. But i also really love where agatha started releasing the town speaker. Yeah and like. I was like that's good. I mean that felt like like top to your light. Video game villains. If you know it was like it was a multi tiered boss like in a video game. You know it's like you do some damage to the ball. And then now we gotta and now she's going to awaken the townspeople. You have hill cat. Rory god knows how long and it's like okay. We got through that all right. Well there's a little bit more fight you gotta you gotta damage to thirty three percent now and now. I decide the brain of the inside the justice. It was like you mentioned that this would be the video game. We're like i get the bad ending. Because i will kill all the townspeople. Hey i mean you know. There's they lifted playgirl to review any way you want to those games and that is true. There's a reason for that. But no i thought that it was also a great move that thankfully agatha she lives and she's put in technically a prison of sorts. I really loved the ultimate verdict for her. Because wanda of course like this show doesn't need to make her look any more villainous. Then she already looked whereas like if she had just gone full meltdown mode. She's still could. I was gonna say there is still time for that for people who wanna see that it can still happen well. I know we weren't going to get into the extra credit see'ums yet. But i'm just gonna say that at no point in all of the history of storytelling has well. I'm going to go read the dark. Holes wilfredo oh. that's true. also. I do wanna point. I liked the bit where i think it was at the who who says something. Along the lines of more popular than the source she premium. Yes That that was that was cool to hear. I loved that but the line that i really loved. The most was when she says. Your problem isn't power. Wanda it's knowledge. Yes and i. And i immediately was thinking forward into doctor..

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"thirty three percent" Discussed on The Broken Comic Podcast

The Broken Comic Podcast

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on The Broken Comic Podcast

"Know. Maybe confusing it with something else. I'm sorry i didn't mean to. I sorta recalled this woman with. Marta could wrong. Maybe i'm wrong. Maybe i'm wrong. Maybe it was st pauli girl. I don't remember. Get them all confused. You know fucking miss my my head. That's funny okay. But i don't remember. I don't remember if there was a woman but yeah. I'm surprised that there isn't you know. And by the way it says it makes a thirty three percent larger mug thirty really thirty three percent more. Is that really important. I guess it is. It's very important. So you know as as as people like more things at the toddler that were you know. And it's funny. It says the because it says a premium chocolate imported coke's premium imported coco is imported coco. Can you believe that this is imported. From where i don't know and it also says milk chocolate labor so it's not exactly all right real. Yeah all right. So so dave. So i looked it up so so okay. There is a a swiss miss lady on there. She a white girl with with light. Blonde like blas quiz. Lots of ever as. I like you know the traditional like blue blue dress with the with the white little thing on there. I remember there being like her name. Hollywood something with the name. Whatever golden name son they retire her like the landau lakes lady. Did they take all the good looking women. Branding are gone you know. And they're they're on the computer looking for companionship. Weiner his name. Oh yeah i. I don't know his name weiner that's all i have to remember there. You go that's the guy that bad bad ass or whatever. His name is but Weiner you know that's what they're all doing. The lenin lakes girl this girl you know i guess inter miami was retired now so what you know what i should do is 'cause i don't i don't think since since the mass these like branding mascots are aren't there more i should have someone like do Do like a to the last of like other slots. Well you got that great milk routine milk you know. The mascot routine is like really why. Why do we taking offense to the indian woman. I mean i mean. I believe that. She's into border wise. I didn't mars mazzola. what are they. Let a makeup maze. Whatever whatever ida. Why so swiss upset about the union women making butter. Who else is gonna make the butter letter. Make the bar. But i we take that away from them within yet another..

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"thirty three percent" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"To a worldwide audience the sooners democracy now democracy now dot org the quarantine report. I made me goodman ecuador's preparing to hold a partial recount of its february seventh presidential election. The left wing economists on various arose. Place i securing nearly thirty three percent of the vote. A third of the vote but fell short of the forty percent needed to avoid a runoff. Arouse has pledged to end austerity measures imposed by ecuador's right wing president leaning merano who did not seek reelection. It remains unclear. Who arouse will face in a run off election on april eleventh.

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"thirty three percent" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on No Agenda

"Should we prioritize giving more people. The first shot of the vaccine delay second shot to try to get ahead of this next surge. Beano there's data coming out of israel. Now i'm since vaccinated such a large proportion of population and one of the studies. Show that after the first dose you only had thirty three percent protection so to get more data but if thirty three percent ends up being accurate i would be very concerned about policies that would encourage us to skip wasted substantially. Delay second doses. Okay so the thirty three obviously code. I've never heard that the dose only gives you thirty three percent protection. The there'd be they've been all over the map fauci at one point said twenty one days between the modern i and check second shot. Twenty eight days between the pfizer first and second shot. But you know four to six weeks. It'll be fine. It's real scientific. So this has a doctorate talk to review mix and match if you have if you really need to do whatever you want. Thirty three percent okay. What else does he have to say about this man who previously recovered from covid. Who's now been reinfected with the south african variant. This man is in israel but how much of a concern is this case here in the us..

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"thirty three percent" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:52 min | 2 years ago

"thirty three percent" Discussed on No Agenda

"Billion nothing like forty to eighty billion. Okay the teachers union As we had to bail out the states and that's a reward for keeping everything and ruining and it'll be the states in general. We've gotta get you be i for some people and this was the big promise and i'm glad we have a super cut of it because this is what everyone i think With really waiting for and was a lot of people voted for if you sang john revenue washington. Those two thousand dollar checks will go out the door. We will be able to pass two thousand dollars. Stimulus checks for the people next week. We'll deliver the two thousand dollars stimulus checks and that begins with the two thousand dollars stimulus when you send me and reverend warren octopus senate we will pass those two thousand dollar stimulus checks to send me and reverend warren octopus senate. We will pass those two thousand dollars. Stimulus checks they will make decisions about whether we get people two thousand dollars that we need to pass two thousand dollar stimulus checks for the people getting people that two thousand dollars relief direct payment congress. Pass two thousand dollar checks. President-elect biden and democrats are all pushing for two thousand dollars relief chattan thousand dollars. Stimulus checks two thousand dollars. Relief checks two thousand dollar relief. They should send two thousand dollar checks to the american people right now. Disappointing two thousand dollar relief payments right. Now we meet the be passing. The two thousand dollars stimulus relief checks. That means we need jon ossoff and rafia warnock who will go to dc when shore the two thousand dollar checks or see ads that say what your two thousand dollars stimulus. Check vote democrat. Vote for warnock to bill for that. One of the first thing i wanted to do when our new senators seated is delivered. The two thousand dollar checks okay. Chucky to the american families and the debate over two thousand dollars isn't some abstract debate of two thousand dollar checks kind of actually fourteen hundred dollar checks by electing john reverend will put an end to the blockade washington that two thousand dollars stimulus. Jackie republicans wanna seat at the table to pitch a slimmed-down relief proposal. Go out the door. What they might be willing to negotiate on those stimulus checks. Can you assure americans that a relief will come and come soon. Have you ever known anyone. In the history of the united states of america. That president was sure. Exactly what the congress do go out the door real man. They have the house and and they're gonna impeach demise. They're going to teach the previous president. That's worth thinking. Still impeach trump. Where's the money gonna. Yeah show me the money. All right so i think you're right and then we need to categorize these people. You have Team gov we have team pharma and we have team. Ccp these are the people all vying for different agendas. And now we go to. This is a tough one because it's on one hand. It's t. med with dr ryan ribeira on the other hand. Abc kind of team china. So who in in this battle. Royale dr rivera because of the new variants of the coronavirus especially the uk variant. There's concerned about another big surge of infections in the next few weeks. Should we prioritize giving more people. The first shot of the vaccine delay second shot to try to get ahead of this next surge. There's data coming out of israel now. I'm since vaccinated such a large proportion of population and one of the studies. Show that after the first dose you only had thirty three percent protection so to get more data but if thirty three percent ends up being accurate i would be very concerned about policies it would encourage us to skip wasted substantially. Delay second doses. Okay so the thirty three obviously code. I've never heard that the dose only gives you thirty three percent protection. The there'd be they've been all over the map fauci at one point said twenty one days between the moderna. I check second shot. Twenty eight days between the pfizer first and second shot. But you know four to six weeks. It'll be fine. It's real scientific. So this has a doctorate talk to review mix and match if you have if you really need to do whatever you want. Thirty three percent okay. What else does he have to say about this man who previously recovered from covid. Who's now been reinfected with the south african variant. This man is in israel but how much of a concern is this case here in the us. i'll say reinfection itself is not super surprising. Natural to kobe probably last six to nine months. So we're now reaching that part of the pandemic where people who are infected in the first half are susceptible again to getting reinfected. There's the alley. Everybody you get only a couple of months you antibodies. You're not really. Oh oh no you know what that means is announcing its planning to study whether a third dose may be needed after six months to twelve months to be more effective against variants Oh yeah ellen. Degeneres predicted this on this. Show months ago doth ellen ellen. Degeneres had rita wilson. Honor show. She and tom hanks with the first settler. Brady's to be Using infected human resources and Well she's got news. You know i. They said i wouldn't have to get tested for three months because it it lasts at least that long. Have you been tested sense just to see if you're if you still have the antibodies. Yes sadly i don't have the antibodies anymore. I just tested like two weeks ago. And i don't have the antibodies anymore but it's okay i have a mask and have hand sanitizer every rice back like everybody else This very interesting are science based mia. So you don't have the antibodies after getting disease. What is the vaccine supposed to do. I supposed to give wait and a boy so you have the definition which is changing. I have the would. Miriam webster be changing that. Let's see. they changed the drop of a hat if somebody just asks. The previous definition of a vaccine is quote a substance used to stimulate the production of antibodies and provide immunity against one or several diseases Prepared from the causative agent of disease it's products or a synthetic substitute treated to act as antigen without inducing. The disease and it has now become miriam webster has two definitions a an anti genetic. Preparation of a typically inactivated or attenuated pathan pathogenic agent or one of its components or products doesn't say anything about immunity and definition be now is a preparation of genetic material. Such as a strand of synthesized messenger are in a that is used by the cells of the antibody to produce an antigen ick substance. These are not vaccines. No we'd what we buy slated that fact for some time but should should there not be some kind of false advertising.

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"Are they went to access right. And a lot of what i do around gender intelligence and being a gender savvy. Adviser historically has been more around. You know women and women entrepreneurs and one of the things that happens with women entrepreneurs and it doesn't break it down in this study the people of color versus people who are white so i don't know that answer although i'm to look it up is the idea that loans to business women are proved thirty three percent less often. And so what you're saying is there's a very similar stat for people of color whether they're in business or private for their loans getting funded and i think that's a real wakeup call. I work with a lot of bank. So that's something that certainly I'm going to to be moving forward on now to get back to your research. You were also talking about in addition to the banking which is external of the couple. There are things that are going on either in the environment or in their employment. What type of things did you notice or did you hear about from your subjects about the financial stress that are under many of them spoke about like the wages right like employment wages so you know not only are they like yes. We're middle class. We have you know nice sizable incomes coming in. But compared to their white peters is not the same ryan and so we take those experiences where they're talking about financial stress in the living paycheck to paycheck. Ib middle class. We could we could take those words in punt the within this larger conversation on what we know about women experiences for black people in middle income careers and so black women less financial wages so we already know that there is a gender wage gap right for every dollar man make white women. Make seventy nine cents. Well black inmate sixty two cents for every dollar. A white man makes no as much lower for latin to next women. In america indigenous women on the other hand black man was talking about living paycheck to paycheck interviews and how that was initially stressful and working multiple jobs they also spoke about experiences of underemployment an unemployment and so taking that and putting it in conversation with this large literature. We find that nurse. Black men do experience last higher. I fired at much higher rates than black women and non black people now when black middle class men armed floyd. They do make more money than they're women partners because of the gender wage gap but they also experienced lower bother bonuses than white men and latter next men and so they essentially ended up bringing home less wages a couples are saying yet restress yound were middle-class by all anders but you know it's harder to paper outsourcing. We live paycheck to paycheck. Sometimes they're speaking to a broader system of wages in these financial markets and working these middle income careers in the inequity embedded within these careers. Wow so there. There's so many layers to this. And that's really what i appreciate about. The work that you're doing is that it's very multidimensional. We're going to be back in a minute. I'm with la toya council We are going to continue to talk about black middle class couples and their financial stress and hopefully will offer Some tips and tools. If you're listening in to be able to take some action in that regard we'll be.

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