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End of daylight saving time means winter is on the horizon

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

End of daylight saving time means winter is on the horizon

"Winter is on the horizon again with the end of daylight saving time coming Sunday across most of the United States if you don't like falling back and springing forward you are not alone according to a poll from the Associated Press and O. R. C. center for public affairs research only twenty five percent of Americans say they prefer to switch back and forth between standard and daylight saving time while forty three percent of Americans say they'd like to stay on standard time thirty two percent were in favor of daylight saving time for the entire year with the clock change Sunday it will be later earlier in the morning but will get darker earlier also for those that prefer daylight saving time that's just about four months away actually after

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Ghost towns: Nursing home staffing falls amid pandemic

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Ghost towns: Nursing home staffing falls amid pandemic

"An Associated Press analysis find staffing levels are worse than ever in about one third of U. S. nursing homes even before the pandemic inadequate staffing was a problem for the nursing home industry in the US with too few nurses and aides caring for society's most vulnerable to make adult and sought first hand with her seventy four year old mother who moved to a nursing home in North Carolina and January twenty nineteen she would tell me I've been here for a number of hours as you try to get someone to either call bail and they will come here of labor statistics show that nursing home job to plunge by more than three hundred eighty thousand in the past year and a half thirty two percent of nursing homes reported staffing ratios in June that were lower than those in February of twenty twenty it translates to more bed sores let's help at mealtimes fewer showers and fewer people to respond to calls for help I'm Jennifer king

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 Microsoft: Russia behind 58% of detected state-backed hacks

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Microsoft: Russia behind 58% of detected state-backed hacks

"Microsoft's digital defense report shows Russia is responsible for a majority of the state sponsored hacks it is detected in the past year Microsoft says Russia accounted for fifty eight percent of the hacks mainly targeting government agencies and think tanks in the U. S. followed by Ukraine Britain and European NATO members the effectiveness of the solar winds hack which mainly breaches information technology systems boosted the success rate of Russian hacks from twenty one percent the previous year two thirty two percent China meanwhile accounted for only eight percent of the hacking attempts that Microsoft detected but successfully broke into targeted networks forty four percent of the time I'm

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Facebook Accused of Knowingly Ignoring Risk to Teen Girls From Instagram

KILF Morning New Podcast

01:01 min | 2 months ago

Facebook Accused of Knowingly Ignoring Risk to Teen Girls From Instagram

"A wall street journal is out with a story about instagram pointing to research that it causes real harm to some teenage girls. Now it's not just the wall street journal pointing this at what the wall street journal is pointing out. Is that dave received internal slides like basically a slide show powerpoint presentation presented to facebook and instagram. Back in twenty nineteen two years ago saying things like thirty two percent of teen girls say that they feel bad about their bodies. Instagram made him feel worse. Of course also in two thousand nineteen teenagers blame instagram for increases in the rate of anxiety and depression. Here's what's why the stories relevant. Because in march of this year so two years later mark zuckerberg the congress says while the research we've seen. Is that using these apps. Connect with other people can have a positive mental health benefit. Maybe the key words there are can have sure yeah. That's very carefully crafted but still it sure is kind of misleading

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George Soros: Investors in Xi's China Face a Rude Awakening

Stansberry Investor Hour

02:10 min | 3 months ago

George Soros: Investors in Xi's China Face a Rude Awakening

"This opinion piece that came out that i've hardly seen much discussion of on twitter and other places and and in the regular you know just in the press in general it it basically says that investors in chinese stocks are in for a rude awakening. And the reason for that is that you know soro says that gijon ping china's leader he starts off this piece by saying xi jinping china's leader has collided with economic reality so so g has cracked down on various types of private enterprise. And and soros things it's going to be huge drag on the economy. Continue to be a huge drag on the economy because the market has hated this so far this year. Right the the if you just take a look at for example. The i shares china. Etf from late february like february seventeenth to about august twentieth. Sing was down thirty two percent and this is not a brand new story. but there's been a slight rally chinese stocks in the past. You know since. August twentieth. Because g has come out and well china's financial sort of authorities have come out at no no. Everything's gonna be fine. We're just you know we're we're just cracking down on this one industry and you know a couple a few years ago. Two three years ago. I think it was twenty eighteen g kind of targeted these for profit education companies which were a big part of this selloff and he said you know the for profit education companies. They shouldn't be for profit they should be nonprofits and and You know then. In march he made what i consider kind of a classic communist criticism of private businesses. He said he said the industry was a mess. He called it a mess in march and was chronic industry. That's very difficult to

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CHD President and General Counsel Mary Holland on Covid Vaccine Injuries

One Life Radio Podcast

02:04 min | 3 months ago

CHD President and General Counsel Mary Holland on Covid Vaccine Injuries

"Mary holland. One of my favorite people. How you doing today mary. I'm grace could yeah. It's great. We're going to call him a mondays mondays with mary. It's gonna be regular well and there's so much to talk about my goodness let me introduce you for people that maybe are listening for the first time mary holland serves as president and general counsel of children's health defense. She left the faculty of new york university school of law where she surfers seventeen years most recently directing. Its graduate lawyering program. Mary received her master of arts and juris doctorate degrees from columbia university and her undergraduate degree from harvard. She has worked in international public and private law and mary is the co author a vaccine epidemic and the hp vaccine on trial seeking justice for a generation betrayed. You can find mary at children's health. Defense dot org. That's children's health. Defense dot org. We have a lot to cover today with our children's health defense. Update okay so there were an additional twenty seven thousand reported injuries from the covert vaccine in just one week so from last week to this week. So what kinds of what. Kind of injuries. Mary are being reported. And what about deaths bernadette all kinds of injuries are being reported and death the total deaths so far that have been reported and we know that's really a small faction of what the real number probably is over thirteen thousand and the number of total injuries. That have been reported or over six hundred thousand. I don't think this would be possible. Except for the fact that the government and the industry and the healthcare profession all have liability protection under emergency use authorization status It's really distressing thirty. Two percent of those deaths were within forty eight hours of having developed symptoms after the shot. So i it's it's extremely troubling bernadette It's just there. Were over five hundred fifty deaths last

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California wildfire flares but within line crews have built

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

California wildfire flares but within line crews have built

"Wildfires continue to burn throughout parts of the west with officials reporting at least seven new ones over the weekend organs like far the largest in the country at over four hundred and thirteen thousand acres and destroyed four hundred structures but spokesperson L. Nash said over the weekend containment went from fifty three percent to seventy four percent two represents a pretty significant jump in the amount of containment that we have on this fire and so we feel really good California's Dixie far the largest in the state at more than two hundred and forty four thousand acres is thirty two percent contained cal fire's regard there's a better chance that the evacuation order or warning is going to be either lowered or lifted according to federal authorities ninety one active fires are burning in western states I'm Julie Walker

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The Real Cause of Alzheimers and Dementia

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

02:05 min | 5 months ago

The Real Cause of Alzheimers and Dementia

"Wanna jump right in and talk about alzheimer's because you wrote a really interesting instagram post. I think it was a few weeks ago. And you were saying. Alzheimer's reversal is is real. It's not just a theory and you were hinting at a new study. Small one but something exciting. That came across your desk that you wanted to highlight and make your audience aware of so. Why are you excited about the study. And what did they cover inside of there. Well i'm hoping you'll share that study with a link. This is work that i've been aware of actually for quite some time. I know you know dr. Dale br edison and he recently published a book. Called the end of alzheimer's. The plan in the first book was invalid. And this one is the plan and i. I wrote the forward to that book and in that ford. I think it really did capture my excitement about the work that he's doing even be beyond how he's broken the mold beyond alzheimer's and let me explain in a. We live in a world where we try to really pigeonhole are diseases to think that they are caused by one thing and therefore we can fix them with a remedy and there's such an effort underway to Find an alzheimer's drug that works just last month. Eli lilly announced the results of a trial. In which they're monoclonal antibody mab was found to reduce the rate of decline of alzheimer's basis by an astounding thirty two percent When they made that announcement the stock value went up. I think twenty billion dollars. Eli lilly but what does that mean. It means. it's slow the decline by third means. People are still declining going to get worse than we know where it ends up generally So it really wasn't a stabilizing alzheimer's or can you imagine actually improving their situation. Because they're looking at one thing. This is a monoclonal antibody that is targeting the so called beta amyloid protein. That's absolutely the cause of alzheimer's.

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Victoria’s Secret Ditches Angels to Push Empowerment

Pop Fashion

01:56 min | 5 months ago

Victoria’s Secret Ditches Angels to Push Empowerment

"Victoria. Secret is retiring. The angels you know like those model ladies on the ads and in the fashion show no more. Instead they will have a collective the collective right now they have seven women. Rain like a starbucks burp right. Now they're gonna have seven women ranging from a seventeen year old chinese american freestyle skier. Who is i think. Olympic bound to priyanka chopra. Jonas who is thirty eight They're going to advise the brand and appear in advertisements. You might recall that. Doria secret has overhauled. Its cease we in the past year or so and just weeks ago now announced. It would spin off victoria secret from the rest of parent company albums. The new york times reported that in. Twenty fifteen victoria's secret have thirty two percent of the women's underwear market in the us. What percent while last year in twenty twenty a had just twenty one percent dying that's like a eleven percentage point drop in five years. That's pretty drastic. pretty drastic. Lot of competition came into the market and a lot of people were like. You know. I don't know if i want to buy what batory secret selling. So martin waters of the former. Had victoria's secrets so many a in here say vicky house martin law martin waters who was recently appointed a ceo of the company. He was appointed in february. He said to the new york times when the world was changing. We were too slow to respond. We needed to stop being about what men want to be about what women want

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Pharmas Image Gets a Boost from COVID-19

Medicare for All

02:26 min | 6 months ago

Pharmas Image Gets a Boost from COVID-19

"Two percent of people now have positive opinion of drug companies. And that's up from last year when it was only thirty two percent so we really gone of course. Public opinion is variable depending on. What's going on the news. And go down although i think that's quite largely but we've gone from this you know martin shkreli farmer burrow era to this apparently real rehabilitation of the pharmaceutical industries reputation through the cobra nineteen vaccine and case global saviors from this pandemic. So today. we're going to take a look at whether they actually deserve this. Newly found positive alert. I totally forgot about murmurs currently until just this moment. Thank you for reminding me of all that trauma so we have an amazing guests today. solo is a clinical pharmacy specialist at the university of chicago medicine. She's also co founders of pharmacists for single payer. Look shannon to the show inky you. Thanks for having me here. I'm really excited service. I'm just curious. How do as far aside you end up getting involved with the medical sheriff so bene- pharmacist for a little over ten years. I spent most of my earlier years working in inpatient settings where you really don't run into as many issues related to insurance or benefit manager as as the world so meaning that i worked in a hostile insurance hospitals every now and then this would come up. We'd want to discharge patients or child. They need an antibiotic wouldn't be covered in the nfc in hostels additional day while we tried to sort out how we can safely home for most of the time it was in you know you have the medications at our hospital wasn't much of a focus for me and then a few years ago i switch. You were primarily in using areas so not much community pharmacy but were in connects with physician and other care worker colleagues and in a specialty pharmacy role later. Working with really high cost drugs so think it was there that i started to encounter. How much of a barrier our system is in terms of getting by patients issues. Amy through that experience. I suppose is pretty fired up about that meets vans. You were involved in position for national health program and got more involved with that organization in an amnesty.

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Global Home Prices Rise Most Since 2006, Fueling Bubble Concerns

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:12 min | 6 months ago

Global Home Prices Rise Most Since 2006, Fueling Bubble Concerns

"Think there was maybe a year ago. A certain cockeyed optimism among fixed renters. That the exodus from the cities in the general covid nineteen lockdown shutdown turned down might lead to a plummeting house prices Exactly the opposite has occurred. Yeah we'll seems a long time ago. Not doesn't it's It's been months. Which is seeing the deepest recession in many countries in a generation Within living memory really houses they were on the world are surging average. Jumping seven point three percents in the latest talk. That's the fastest rate of house growth since two thousand and six. This is data from night. Flanks friday night franks global house price index. They looked at fifty-six countries around the world turkey tops. The table with house price growth of thirty two percents. Although it should be noted that turkey's general inflation rates came out this morning as sixteen percent. Turkey has an inflation problem. New zealand comes in second in this league of house. Price shame with prices rising by twenty eighteen percent museum. Contractors had a lot of house price inflation in recent years but allows our country was double digit inflation. The us sweden the netherlands uk. Russia house prices rising in many countries around the world.

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Apple Dominated the Global Wearables Market Again

Mac OS Ken

01:52 min | 6 months ago

Apple Dominated the Global Wearables Market Again

"Remember when we used to debate whether tablets should be counted among traditional. Pc's for the purposes of figuring market share. Yeah it kind of feels like we have a similar conversation around wearable technology. I saw a couple of stories on wearables numbers yesterday. That seemed to be at ought read the fine print though and they are not both. Idc and counterpoint. Research seemed to see apple. Watch commending more market and the first quarter of twenty twenty one versus the same quarter a year earlier though you have to read deep into the. Id stuff to see it. A piece from macrumors covered the idc numbers scanning the firms chart idc. Apple's first first-quarter wearables market share at just under twenty nine percent. That is down from the just over thirty two percent it enjoyed in the first quarter of twenty twenty. Wow we did enjoy things in the first quarter of twenty twenty. Didn't we anyway a piece from. I'm more covered the counterpoint numbers which seemed to show something different. They didn't but they seem to. According to the thing years. According to i'm more apple took a thirty three point. Five percent share of q one up from thirty point three percent on the same quarter last year. See where i stumbled is on what they were counting. Idc was wearables while counterpoint was counting smartwatches specifically limit. The discussion to apple watch and the firms seem to agree. Apple watch grew its market share in the march quarter versus the same quarter a year earlier. According to idc apple started twenty twenty one the same way ended twenty twenty as the clear leader in the worldwide wearables market

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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

Geography and Demography Matter When It Comes to Vaccine Participation

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

Geography and Demography Matter When It Comes to Vaccine Participation

"Geography appears to be playing a big role in whether or not people roll up their sleeves to get the covert vaccine geography and demography seem to matter when it comes to cope with vaccine participation experts find the highest vaccination rates are in the northeast sixty four percent of Vermont residents are fully vaccinated the lowest rates are in the south Mississippi is at the bottom with the thirty two percent rate researchers say political and religious beliefs along with education and income are key factors about one hundred sixty million Americans or forty eight percent have received at least one dose of a covert vaccine one hundred twenty five million are fully vaccinated I'm Jackie Quinn

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The Future of Ecstasy Plus Therapy for PTSD

Science Magazine Podcast

02:25 min | 7 months ago

The Future of Ecstasy Plus Therapy for PTSD

"We have staff writer and editor kelly cervix. She's here to talk about the future of md m a this is a controlled. Substance sometimes called ecstasy or molly that has had some success in clinical trials for ptsd alongside talk therapy. Okay kelly how you doing. I'm doing okay. How are you sarah. Good i'm good. Let's start with the recent clinical trial results of md m. a. and therapy that was tested on. Ptsd patients. how did that go. How did that work. So there were ninety people in this study who were revised to get kind of a unique course of psychotherapy. They had a series of preparatory sessions with a trained therapist and then they got three eight hour long experimental sessions where they got either. Md ama or a placebo and then they got this series of sort of integration sessions to process that experience and the results were that two months after the last experimental session the difference between the drug and the placebo groups was pretty clear. Sixty seven percent of the participants who got md may no longer met the diagnostic criteria for ptsd at that point compared with thirty two percent of those who got placebo so this is sort of the the biggest and most thorough study of its kind to really find potential benefits of this drug in ptsd. What are the effects of this drug and people. I think maybe from popular culture people might think of it as something you take in a nightclub. Yeah this has definitely a reputation of a club drug that. I think that these investigators are really trying to overcome and may have a lot of complicated mechanisms and we don't understand all of them but it's thought that many of its effects come from its ability to increase certain neuro transmitters in the brain including dopamine and serotonin and so people sometimes described euphoric experience. Sometimes a sense of openness and sort of a heightened ability for empathy and you can imagine that something that in the case of ptsd therapists might aimed to exploit if a trauma survivors facing intrusive flashbacks in israeli avoiding these disturbing memories of something that happened to them. This drug might give them sort of less. Fearful less judgmental state in which to reflect on and process. What happened to them. That's the

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Disney's Streaming Growth Slows as Pandemic Lift Fades, Shares Fall

CNBC's Fast Money

01:06 min | 7 months ago

Disney's Streaming Growth Slows as Pandemic Lift Fades, Shares Fall

"Disney earnings of far surpassing expectations earnings per share grew thirty. Two percent to seventy nine cents. Instead of falling by fifty five percent as analysts had anticipated though the company's revenue came in a bit light but as you see that stock dropping slower-than-expected streaming subscriber that seems to be weighing on disney shares. Right now the company grew disney plus subscribers to one hundred three point six million but that's lower than the one hundred and nine million disease plus subscribers analysts anticipated. All the call. Just now. Though i have to know the disney. Cfo so that subscriber growth in the third month of the quarter was faster than growth in the first two months now on the earnings call as well ceo bob shape just announced. Two new sports rights deals that will bolster the library of content on espn plus including an extension of his deal with major league baseball. Through two thousand twenty eight with the option to simulcast all live mlb coverage for espn networks on espn plus as well as an eight year. Deal with la liga. That's spanish league. Football covering both english and spanish language rights

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White House Says 'Never Been Easier' to Get Vaccine

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

White House Says 'Never Been Easier' to Get Vaccine

"The White House says it's never been easier for Americans to get a code nineteen vaccine all people sixteen and older are now eligible for shots and president Biden says plenty are available so please give the maxi his administration's marking a milestone more than half of all adults in America have never saved at least one shot with spokeswoman Jen Psaki say more than thirty two percent are fully vaccinated at the same time we remain in a complicated stage CDC cheaper Shelburne Lenski says vaccinations are rising but so are virus cases with a daily average around sixty seven thousand she says it was fifty three thousand just a month ago Sager made Donnie Washington

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Apple Could Crush Earnings Estimates

Mac OS Ken

01:19 min | 8 months ago

Apple Could Crush Earnings Estimates

"Apple reports march quarter earnings in a couple of weeks. That means it's time for notes to start trickling in from the financial front offering ideas on how the numbers will look barons. Wrote up one such note from ever court. Isi analyst dairy non the the way ad rock sees it. The cupertino company is well positioned to beat expectations according to the report dairy non notes. An iphone shipments in china were up one hundred eighty five percent in the first two months of the corridor while the app store saw thirty two percent growth in the quarter he notes that apple had guided to some deceleration and services and the quarter after thirty percent growth in the december quarter but he sees potential that that growth will be steady or better given strengthened the app store now. One point of concern lies in components or potential lack thereof while the supply chain issues are real wrote. The analyst we expect apple will be relatively protected by its status as one of the largest electronics purchasers in the world there noni hasn't outperform rating on apple shares. His price target on the shares is one hundred seventy five dollars

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"thirty two percent" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"A thirty two percent spike in sales for March of twenty nineteen to March of twenty twenty official site of the governor's state home order as a driving force behind the increase I'm like more big warm up expected as we go into this weekend we'll see a mainly clear sky tonight all of your sixty mostly sunny on Friday highs in the mid eighties mid to upper eighties with the drive we can expect in lows in the sixties I'm meteorologist parts of it from the weather channel one oh six one FM talk next news in thirty minutes follow us on social media go to one oh six one FM talk dot com to connect here are the top Aerosmith songs that you found us number three walks this way number two three number one sui motion and hear more from Aerosmith and similar artists now search for Aerosmith at I heart radio all your favorite music all your favorite stations all I heard radio goes one on one with George Strait to ask how he would like to be remembered you know I just want to be remembered as a as a guy who tried to cut the best music too because it just so happens to my preferences traditional country.

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"thirty two percent" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Have specifically taken issue with language in the bill that requires a paid sick leave about paid sick leave IT for all businesses with no exemptions or end date Congress passed an eight point three billion dollar spending bill last week aimed at funding prevention and vaccine development efforts big stock tumbles yesterday by the way United Airlines down twenty five percent royal Caribbean cruises off thirty two percent and spirit airlines tank thirty three percent Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau will be in isolation for two weeks after his wife Sophie tested positive for corona virus the prime minister's office says Sophie Trudeau recently returned from London and experienced flu like symptoms so she was tested Canada reported one hundred forty five new cases of the virus that is up threefold from a week ago there has been one death Ontario the most populous province reported seventeen new cases overnight that's a forty percent jump to contain it authorities ordered all schools to close from tomorrow to April fifth school closings are not part of what the United Kingdom has in mind right now however prime minister Boris Johnson we are north repeat not closing schools in our scientific advice is that this could do more harm than good at this time back to Canada for just a moment to thirties there have canceled the Juno music awards sets Canada's version of the Grammys globally more than one hundred twenty seven thousand people have been infected by the respiratory illness known as Kobe nineteen eleven minutes after the hour on this morning America's first news coming.

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"thirty two percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"At temperatures in fifty four degrees in Roselle forty eight now Grove and fifty two in downtown Sacramento going to high seventy a news ninety three point one KFBK little news from a neighborhood right now let's bring in Zack foster been scouring the headlines across northern California what's up to this point yeah this is out of the Modesto bee and Modesto golfers have lost their only dedicated driving in putting range very and expectantly nor cal performance golf center closed without any real statement or explanation of what a golfer showed up to find the gates locked and they're left with a lot of questions about what's going to happen to their memberships what's going to happen to the practice time that they paid for that's a tough one well I love going to a driving range and you know the pot pot thing I know doesn't like a put put place right the car kids love it I think a driving range is is a good date the what that's like it is did you ever go on a date at the driving range I believe I did in my twenties way back when harden I never even thought of that it's a very late now you can take all actually it's a it's a lot blade yeah we're trying to woo but Jr wife would love to go five six rental car companies I want to squeeze this in quickly they did a survey of where people like to take trips or that to travel in the United States of America what section you think top the list good driving maybe the south yeah you're right so a hand here specifically other places in the southwest where people like to go Grand Canyon forty four percent response like you would a Grand Canyon that came in number one next up right in our neck of the woods thirty two percent want to go to el Capitan Yosemite National Park top destinations well yeah come into the west and southwest still haven't been to the Grand Canyon me either how my client army pathetic yes that's that's what's on the list bucket list it found the lack as and on the other shameful for all of us the S. E. T. so you've done some research on this I mean I understand it's not just the test that's what I thought it was yeah it's a money maker it's actually a pretty big business what they're doing with teenagers personal information may surprise most parents will tell you about that in three minutes this is you trust Christine them and on the same chain on news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. Hey what's up a drag on the Kane show and I just took a little visit to the brand new were modeled Rockville dealership persons kia and they have.

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"thirty two percent" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on WTVN

"Compared to thirty two percent of Republicans thirty seven percent of Republican saying it's not serious at all ABC's truck Siebert's and you're listening to ABC news. some settlements to lawsuits against university hospitals in Cleveland after equipment malfunction at its fertility clinic sandy Collins reports more than one hundred fifty families have settled lawsuits against university hospitals after a freezer malfunction resulted in the loss of four thousand Acheson embryos at the Medical Centers fertility clinic last year the incident led to litigation in Cuyahoga anjealka counties as well as U. S. District Court in Cleveland the settlement amount of not been made public and neither the hospital nor the attorneys for the families would discuss them a malfunction took place when temperatures rose in a cryo preservation tank rendering the embryos and the eggs of more than nine hundred families nonviable I'm sandy Collins for inmates over power to female corrections officers before escaping the galley a county jail this morning incident happened just after midnight authorities say they used a homemade weapon and forced a secure door open all of the escapees are considered extremely dangerous and police are searching for a missing man believed to be endangered seventy three year old Walter Kelly left is north owns at home on the rain road around nine o'clock Saturday morning and never returned he was last seen on the bus Saturday heading eastbound Kelly is five feet ten inches tall weighs a hundred ninety four pounds and has brown hair and blue eyes he is bald with a long gray beard and he suffers from schizophrenia authorities say he does not have his medications governor Mike DeWine is ordering tests to find out whether potentially harmful chemicals are in the state to drinking water twice as the state's health and environmental protection agency's will be doing an analysis to look at man made chemicals known as PFA is the potentially harmful industrial chemicals have been turning up in drinking water in some foods across the country I may see Jepsen..

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"thirty two percent" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

06:59 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Not great for chase Sanderson. LX crumbles to the ground after phallic one office foot audio courtesy of Fox Sports Wisconsin Christian Yelich falling to the ground after taking a fallible off his kneecap in the first inning of Tuesday's game against the Miami Marlins he would exit soon there after the brewers would come away with a four to three win over Miami however after the game it was revealed yellowish suffered a fractured knee cap and is done for the remainder of the season that apartado fox news now a new survey has found that debt ridden millennials will waste a lot of money on football related expenses according to the survey which was done by compare cards seventy two percent of millennial football fans with a credit card will spend money on at least one football related expense this season and another fifteen percent will spend between five hundred and for nine hundred ninety nine Bucks thirty two percent of that money by the way will be spent on tickets twenty nine percent will be spent on merchandise and twenty three percent will be spent on food and drinks for football watching party in the mean time eight percent say that that would be spending money on football gambling this season so that's not a big chunk eight percent when we blame millennials for everything you know what's the big deal of them enjoying their football in a big deal how they spend their money so my business new study says that the secret to living longer may be in your bank account after all maybe money can't buy happiness right but apparently going to buy a longer life new data from the government accountability office that examined wealth life expectancy in retirement security found that while life expectancies have risen overall throughout recent years greater levels of income and wealth are associated with a longer life the study found that individuals who were born between nineteen thirty one and forty one they found that fifty two percent of those individuals those individuals from the lowest earning group or live in two thousand fourteen that's compared to two seventy four percent in the top earnings should referred to an individual's mid career household income by the way researchers wrote individuals whose house. old we're in the top two tiers top forty percent of the mid career earnings distribution were more likely than their counterparts in the bottom sixty percent to be alive in two thousand fourteen that's ages seventy three to eighty three by the way mean time aside from income sex race in education levels also factored into longevity women non Hispanics whites and Hispanics as well as more educated individuals tended to have longer life so again while money can't buy happiness apparently can help you stretch out the years and live just a little bit longer but love talking about food on the program and weird food too despite the fact that they're pretty tasty Brussel sprouts always seem to be singled out as the grossest vegetable around on television shows and movies you know it you're Brussel sprouts you're welcome right they're good enough they got on the grill too by the way but one distillery isn't believing all this hype in actually created a Brussel sprout flavored Jan believe it or not Pickering Jen which isn't Edmund Burke Scott when they sell six packs of flavor gin and Christmas ornaments that come with about a shot of booze in size inside of those things and now along with less questionable flavors that include correct cranberry and spiced pair and cinnamon they've got a Brussel sprouts one to believe or not the first batch of the veggie flea virgin is almost sold out I don't know if it's because of the taste the general the fact that it comes in a rather novel Christmas ornament full question today you okay with Providence mayor Jorge a lowers it was been bringing his son to work with them you can logon to newsradio R. I. dot com yes or no one leave a comment go to the Facebook page with the program yesterday do you support a twenty four hour dedicated nightclub section in Providence forty one percent of you said yes while fifty nine percent of you said no going out for a nice meal with friends or your ball is supposed to be fun but according to a new poll Christina sleeping a lot of people stressed out specifically on what to wear well it's kind of dictated by the cut temperature right you're going to say so alright well let's take a look at. to the new survey sixty five percent of people run their stressed when picking out an outfit to wear for a night out at a restaurant with a third of people saying it's harder for them to choose an outfit then a restaurant picking an outfit is so hard they say forty six percent say they're going to stare at their closet for a long time trying to decide what to wear while forty six percent to try on more than half their clothing looking for the right outfit I just look at the floor in the last bunch of Descartes yeah right. and then there are those who will ask for help with forty seven percent saying they going to seek advice from a friend as to what they should wear okay I don't know I'm I'm definitely not in this early I just put on some clothes and go to the restaurant it but even though they say they might not know what to wear a lot of people they're in agreement as to what you should not be wearing Kay and the worst thing to wear to a restaurant according to this survey is flip flops that's at thirty eight percent. so that's also being followed by a stick a look sandals at thirty four percent which is similar to flip flops I don't want to look at anybody's feet will let me know I'm sorry I'm not if whatever month sweatpants thirty two percent well I mean if you have an athletic sweat suit if you will right right as fancy dancy things who knows yes shorts I mean again depending on the shorts and what type of restaurant you're going to you know thirty percent though they don't think you should be wearing shorts are accepted just about everywhere yeah days you know if it if it's casual dining or quote smart casual current that term that was made up especially in this the hot summer you know yeah and a hat twenty nine percent you should be wearing yeah you should take that out that's bogus yeah tank tops come in at twenty eight percent depends on who's wearing them leggings at twenty eight percent people still we're looking yeah believe it or not so subtle thing cargo pants then you know twenty eight percent what's the problem with cargo pants I what's the rub with cargo I look at you dumb founded I don't know the cargo pants are great because you can put all kinds of stuff and yeah we get tons upon compartments overall says anybody use that term anymore. percent I mean genes yeah I get this right overall out and tee shirts and in general just tee shirts they don't think you should be on the twenty six percent I don't know where these people are eating places that I'm going to I could wear teacher you know some sort of pain because you and I are over always among the holy polloi however you know if if you need a a fancy pants you know Snoop suit that's one thing yeah no I'm I'm I'm going to go to Capriccio was wearing sweat pants at lab or legends of legends of the mail but if I'm gonna will go to Capriccio is I'm not wearing sandals no no I'm not wearing flip flops nine where in sweat pants now or teacher quite frankly I don't know the prince I mean there there are they were really dressy teacher and you know the way session the fashion yeah the way fashion goes you know it depends on how how you wear it how your rocket man might look more fancy on how you rocket all right at time of the year again apple introduces the next generation of products and see if any of these floats your boat here's fox's Jessica Rosenthal I've had seven and apple watch five were introduced.

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"thirty two percent" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on KGO 810

"I'm Rick Adelman you're listening to the truth about money here's something that is a little bit concerning more down to earth are you buying a new car thirty two percent of new car loans our for six to seven years thirty two percent one out of three of the people who are buying new cars are getting Carlin's for six to seven years a decade ago only twelve percent of car loans were so long this is a problem you really shouldn't be doing this you have to recognize the likelihood you'll really keep a car for six or seven years because if you only keep the car for years typically warranties are four years or less you'll still owe more at the end of five or six years then the car is worth which means you can't sell it without being upside down so what a lot of people do a third of new car buyers they take the money they owe on the old car and roll it over into the loan of the new car which means they're not only borrowing money to buy the new car they're using that loan to carry over the cost of the old car you're now paying for two cars even though you only have one of them before you get a loan that is beyond four years on your car talk with us here at home and financial engines so that we can help you evaluate how much of a car can you really afford to buy so that you don't end up with too high a monthly payment for too long a period of time obligating future income you haven't even yet earned to help you avoid this big dilemma issues such as buying a car is an important element in your broader financial planning don't ignore it get financial advice.

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"thirty two percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"When trump brought up Omar their chance the centre backs in her back in the day president trump is being called racist for encouraging people to chat send her back how dare you say that she's an American citizen but first I got to start with this because I think it's all related there's a poll in Rasmussen here's a question full of Democrats is it racist for a white politician to criticize the political views of a politician of color okay is it racist for a white politician to criticize the political views of a politician of color one in three well short of that thirty two percent thirty two percent of Democrats said yes a third of Democrats believe that merely criticizing a politician because that politician is quote a person of color doesn't say what the criticism is whether the criticism is warranted what part of the criticism that matter is it racist for a white politician to criticize the political views of a politician of color close quote answer one third of democratic yes where are we where are we you member would deem the case said the editor of The New York Times when he made the mistake of hiring a conservative columnist even though the trumpeting call miss Bret Stephens to mention this yesterday first column with a column skeptical of climate change a bunch of people cancel the subscription to The New York Times call the paper complaining he was shocked after all this is a tribe hater I never Trumper indeed okay said and I'm quoting him the left as a general rule does not want to hear thoughtful disagreement well here you have a poll showing a third of Democrats believe that when a politician of color that's how it's raised if criticized that's racist so we've gone now from Joe Biden being accused of being racist for his visit views on busing which are identical to the views of the person who made the accusation comma Harris and Joe Biden of course with accused of racism because of his statement he civil with Democrats in his party who were segregationists and Nancy Pelosi was racist because according to a or C. G. of quote singling out newly elected fresh women of color close well so we've gone from Joe Biden being racist and anti bloated to being racists to the back to business now troubles races again so all is forgiven there's unity now within the Democrats yeah never mind that are Jana Presley said that we don't need anymore black voices at the table who don't want to be a black faces at the table we don't want to be a black voice we don't need anymore brown faces at the table who don't want to be a brown voice never mind that hello she was accused of racism that is to say she was accused of singling out women of color not all doll back to business because after all Donald Trump is the bigger racist in a press conference.

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"thirty two percent" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

09:47 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"To lose primetime audience and daytime audience. Now how bad is it? Well, it wasn't a snow slow news week last week. The president was on overseas trip. And the CNN completely stands alone in the massive audience implosion. I wanna compare to CNN to MSNBC and Fox News now listen to this primetime viewership compared to the same week last year. Fox News is down four percent. NBC is down four percent CNN is down thirty three percent. Total. Dave, you're ship compared to the same week last year. Fox's down seven percent. MSNBC is down five percent and CNN is down twenty one percent. Now. That's the good news. Here's the bad news. There's a twelve plus rating and what I just gave you was twelve plus which means it's actually two plus which means everybody two years old. To death. That's the two plus number. And the money is made twenty five fifty four. So if you're between the ages of twenty five and fifty four that's where that's where everybody places their ad dollars. K it's really important that's called the demo and it's really really important. So here's what here's what happened, and we went back and checked because one of make sure. This isn't a typo, right. Primetime demo viewership compared to the same week last year. Fox News is down twenty five percent. NBC MSNBC is down thirty two percent. CNN is down fifty five percent. This is an absolute implosion of a network now what you're seeing Fox News down twenty five percent MSNBC down thirty two percent. This is just because the younger people are just not tuning into television. So you have the implosion of the, the network system happening at the same time you have CNN just killing itself. I mean we're watching a suicide every time you turn on CNN, which, well, I mean, if they commit suicide, nobody's watching does it has it really happened. CNN is a total outlier now in this audience collapse. The erosion that you're seeing at FOX and MSNBC is, is just really the, the, the end of this network. The cable news average audience adults twenty five fifty four Fox News came in at three hundred and forty-one thousand total day, which means everybody watching during the day is two hundred thirteen thousand their number one MSNBC primetime is two hundred fifteen thousand so that's almost a hundred bucks one hundred thirty thousand lower than FOX, total day, a hundred thousand lower than FOX one hundred thirteen thousand. So you think that the media has this big, you know, my gosh, NBC they got on NBC. Well, then, you know, she we'd better pay attention to it. So, you know, I had better ratings than this on CNN headline news, one hundred thirteen thousand I think, when we started we had, what seventy eight thousand you remember Stu. And it was like, nobody was watching. Yeah. It was if anything under a hundred and fifty what'd you say, even lower than that, when we started? Was it? Yeah. It was just like there was like nobody watching, and everybody knew it. We knew it that nobody was watching these ratings would come out a hundred and thirteen thousand people, that's not even worth mentioning, that's, like that's like basing our entire life at our entire broadcast day on what happened on the con- on the Cartoon Network at three AM. Yeah. I mean, it really like CNN headline news was so desperate with numbers like that. They put you on that, that they like. Glenn back. I don't know. Try something. Yeah. So hundred and thirteen thousand but that's not that's not that's MSNBC CNN, primetime is one hundred and seventy eight thousand. Now every time you pay your cable Bill. You're subsidizing CNN. Every time you pay your cable Bill. You're giving them a butt load of money. Because they negotiated a really sweet deal when they had ratings and people needed them. And so they get a percentage of everything that you spend on cable, you want to crush CNN. Here's your boycott for you cut the cable. Cut cable. Now that's also going to hurt FOX, but FOX has FOX at least has a chance of standing on its own CNN, doesn't, you, you start cutting cable and you start getting rid of cable in your house, which is happening. They're not going to be able to afford to stay on the air. This is a dead corporation. They they've killed it. They've absolutely killed CNN. I mean, I understand the idea the problem with it, though. Of course, is if you were to leave cable and you, you didn't have FOX anymore. There'd be no place to be able to get good conservative commentary letter wouldn't be be no. There, there would be you just go to blaze, blaze, TV dot com, blaze, TV dot com slash Glenn. You enter in free speech and I think today you can still get thirty percent off. I don't know if I'm not sure if that's still active either used free speech Glenn. See which one works. So every time I every time I don't talk about it free spree speeches available even though I've been told it wasn't available then when I do talk about it. They don't know if it's available yesterday was still, like I was told it was not going to be available, but then it was still on the website. So I said it anyway. Today is the website, see it on the front. So I don't know. Maybe it is maybe this code. Yeah. Give it a world. Give it a whirl, though. Maybe we were incompetent and shutting that thing down. I don't know. But give it a whirl free speech. Save thirty percents. Use the promo code. What is it back now? Glenn, Glenn, and you will save. You'll save ten percent. So join us because. It's important. And here's why it's important, the only time that industries ask for more regulation is when there are in a death spiral. The cable news industry is now in a death spiral. So they're going to reach out to the government and most likely, especially if the Democrats win, they'll get special treatment, they'll get some sort of special breaks or whatever. And you'll notice also that the CNN's of the world are asking for regulation of the internet. Now, it's now it's the cable providers that want protection from the internet, because the internet is getting too strong and the internet is putting all of these, these programs out of business, and all of these networks out of business because it's the new way they're not going to change it. All. You're going to do is start, adding Soviet style restrictions. And you'll end up with a Soviet Union. You'll end up with a broken system to where you go someplace else some other country, and you're like man we are so far behind. What, what is this? That's what happens right now at the same time, Silicon Valley is doing what they're purging the voices of conservatives because they are setting up their empire. They're setting up exactly what they're going to do when they rule the world. And they already rule the world cable news in the American people are just starting to catch up. Forget about what's on CNN. Nobody is watching it. So every time you hear somebody talk about what was on CNN last night. You can either enjoy it for the popcorn that it is or you could say not important. I mean it could be fun to talk about. It but it's really not important because literally no one is watching anymore. Now, I wanna take a break, and I wanna come back and go back to what the internet is doing and the world that they're setting up right now. What is the world that they're setting up because they're not done? They purged more voices last night. So who was purged yesterday, by the ways David Duke still up is Richard Spencer, still up. This is he cool because other voices were purged their voices are still on. We'll get to that coming up in just a second. Nothing.

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"thirty two percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Trump making news. Forget about everything going on, at the border story, there, pay. No attention. Can we reiterate those numbers again? Go ahead. Border patrol put out the numbers for may one hundred and forty four thousand two hundred fifty eight apprehensions. Thirty two percent from April more than one hundred thousand more than one hundred thousand families children again, making that dangerous journey of to the southern border to try to get in six hundred eighty thousand total processed during the first eight months of fiscal year. Nineteen Trump said, some bad things about Meghan Markle. Right. Then we got news here, we, we can get to that stuff, because it's all fun. But it's incredible that this is not just the lead story everywhere. They can that, that it's still even credible to say that Donald Trump is making up a crisis, at the border is media malpractice at its finest. I totally agree totally agree. But you see what the media's covering? Every day it's one controversy after another some made up some. Yes. Did he say that Meghan Markle was nasty? No. He said didn't know she had made nasty comments alluding to. But that became a big story. Yes, it did that was talking to the sun and here is the actual, quote what he said. Okay. She said she to.

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"thirty two percent" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on WJR 760

"Group rightfully identified and without any hesitation the government blaming a little known radical Islamic terror organization, and they seem to not have any trouble saying that in their report. Right. They went right to the places that they knew were used by these folks and rounded up all bunch of them. And the other note here is that there's a dusk-to-dawn curfew that has been implemented now for a second night in Colombo, the capital and major capital there in Sri Lanka. But this is the one that people will argue about major social media messaging services Facebook WhatsApp have been blocked by the government to curb the spread of misinformation. How likely would that be to happen in this country? Wouldn't happen. Now, it would not then there's not a lot anybody can do I guess in Sri Lanka because that's what the government says they're going to they have blocked social media their reason being they don't want to spread a lot of misinformation, which is what social media can very easily do. But they just not the way we do things around here. Is it a question? I I've had this conversation with and I don't know if we ever had it on the air. We must have my aunt if I ever said anything might concerns about organic food because it's so important that all of a sudden, oh, I have repeatedly. I don't remember that. I have said after Oregon. No, I'm not going after organic food. I'm going after the fact that it's real easy to put on your package organic food. We don't know if it is or you just put it on in. If people think I'm crazy. They're wrong when there's money to be made or money involved. Sadly, you can't trust everybody in that goes for I don't even want to get into the list of places that can happen. But I'll say medicine in many other places where there's money involved and. People who are. More concerned about the money than the people involved in what they're saying. What leads me to this is that somebody did a study? And found gluten in thirty two percent. Of restaurant foods marked gluten free. This is a study published by the American journal of gastroenterology found that gluten is in fifty three point two percent of pizzas. Fifty point eight percent of pastas after they have said. They are gluten free. So there you are it's trendy. It's big it makes more money. So just say, well, of course, of course, gluten free it it isn't what am I saying here? It's the same thing organic prove it, how don't know organic fraud organic fraud. Gluten fraud. And so many other areas where we depend on people to be honest with us, and they are not always honest with us you pay a premium for organic foods. Yes, of course, more expensive, and you because he costs more to to raise just think of the extra profit of. It's not really organic. And you're charging organic prices. Finally, I have always appreciated admired respected are now supreme court chief Justice, Bridget McCormack. I've had personal experience. Whether she is fabulous and our court. Our supreme court bench is fabulous. They get along. They get stuff done. I don't think there's a crazy person in the group which has yet been able to say that for a long time. You know, they haven't had a raise in seventeen years that doesn't make sense that doesn't lead us to getting the best people ever for that job the top legal minds. Some of them will never consider a judgeship because they'd have to take such a cut in pay. These people on this bench could make several times of what they're making now. And not I'm not suggesting that the public service will ever pay as well as private practice. People are are have a calling to do these jobs, but we should pay them properly. Don't you agree? Of course, you get what you paid for absolutely in all walks of life at all walks of life six..

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"thirty two percent" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Thirty two percent of food and beverage two thousand five they launched the prime membership program. And that apparently just changed everything by then their annual revenue was eight billion. Net. Flicks has a hundred thirty nine million subscribers Amazon one hundred million Spotify ninety six million Costco, fifty three million apple music fifty million. Did you see that Apple's getting into? Competing with Netflix for independent program. What do you what do you call is independent programming original programming? Yeah. You know, that's such a fascinating. Such a fascinating thing. Trying to keep up the competition. And and what's going to be the next big thing. I have to tell you I can understand small things if you put me in charge of Google or apple or Facebook or Amazon and said, look, we don't want to go the way of WalMart and best buy or we don't want to go the way at K mart. Waiters payless. You've got to stay ahead of this. And you start bringing me ideas. Driverless cars droned, I I would know where to start it doesn't even really interest me does that stuff interest, you remote. But I'm not into the whole future ISM. And and I don't wanna know the ten mega trends that are going to change the world in five years that stuff's ever mattered to me. I just always figured out define at whatever. It is. I'll be kind of behind the curve, I'll be over there in the the the discount been of things it went out of style. Three years ago in and it'll be fine. Anyway. I changed my cell phone service about a year ago, and they were going to give me a. They're going to give me an ipad for fifty bucks. So about the ipad. I thought I'd give it to Crockett. I get oh God. He just tasks like four models ago. I felt so stupid. That's how they give you an ipad. They give you one of those oh rinky day after it's sold in third world countries in used up. They put it back in a box, and like zebra knows the reverse zebra. They've remember zebra. Was you sent you put your phone, and they they.

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"thirty two percent" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on WJR 760

"Along with but casper, bud. How you doing today? I am so good dean. All right. Well, I want to just start out by saying happy anniversary. Not tell us. Why? Okay. This is the ten year anniversary of the official end to the great recession. Now. Of course, we know now because it's all in the rear view mirror that the stock market hit its all-time, low March ninth of two thousand and nine after falling fifty six percent from its peak in October of two thousand and seven so we had about fifteen months or longer of just horrific horrific markets. Now, interestingly enough, there were some pretty amazing rallies in that bear market. There were a couple of rallies that were upwards of twenty percent. And yet the market's still at the end of that bear market was down over fifty six percent. Now, here's the question. If you just have to bring yourself back to March ninth of oh nine if somebody would have said to you today's the day go all in in fact, let's lever up, and let's double up unless let's just bet everything on the stock market for the next ten years. People would have thought that you were absolutely insane. They'd wanna know what you've been smoking and ask him for some of it. Yeah. Right. I mean because at that point time fear was out of control people had lost mountains of money people that had retired a year or two years before had made the decision that I've got to go back to work and people that were planning on retiring postponed their retirement date for four or five years. Some of them never got back into the market and some of them lost dearly. Now, we know that since that low bud markets up four hundred and forty percent, which is amazing. But. Nobody that I know said today's the day to go all in on March ninth of oh nine. No. You're absolutely right. Remember the phrase that was coined as well and that year that oh nine was my four. Oh, one turned into a tool one and everybody chuckled about that. But it wasn't darn bit funny for people that were hoping to retire. No nine ten or eleven because they lost too much. It also begs the question of this dean, and I I send this message out to our listeners. Sincerely, and that is if you don't understand the risky avenue your portfolio, then don't be surprised when you perhaps could have a significant decline when markets go through these types of cycles. Remember, we didn't know that March ninth of two thousand and nine was the bottom. They only announced that probably six months later when there statistically looking at said that was the bottom. Yeah. Yeah. But you're right. No one in their right mind would have invested a lot of their money in the market at that point. All right. So why are we talking about this? We're talking about this. Because on average bear markets happen every three and a half years. We have not had a bear market now for ten years. Okay. On average bear markets declined thirty two percent and last ten to fifteen months. All right. So where are we today were ten years in to an expansion? Interestingly enough, the if you'd have if you'd have invested at the peak in October, it was October ninth. I believe of two thousand and seven if you've been would have invested in the peak you'd be up only one hundred twenty nine percent as opposed to four hundred and forty percent if you invested a trough so th that fifty six percent drop, and you and you get in at the bottom. There was a huge deal. Here's the thing though. Economic cycles have and always will have expansions and contractions are equity markets have and always will have expansions and contractions. They are going to be a part of your life. They're going to be a part of your life as you're working. They're going to be a part of your life as you're heading into retirement. The most critical time is ten years before you retire. And while you're retired. And it's not just the equity markets and the decisions that you make within your investments that matter at that point in time. It's how and when you claim your social security, it's the mitigation of taxes and a plethora of other really really really important decisions that you don't get do overs on and help you we've created a retirement plan checklist. That both that goes both in chronological order and age based rules and things that you need to be doing this. Check. List is probably I don't know about ten to twelve pages long. A lot of information in here. And it's designed for those of you that plan to retire within the next ten years or who are already retired and saved at least five hundred thousand dollars for retirement. If that's you. I want you to call right now and request your free copy of our retirement plan checklist. This is a must have for anybody. That's getting ready to retire or already retired. And it's something that you need to go back to year-over-year because every year from ten years out through your retirement..

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"thirty two percent" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Nejd into doing things that he wasn't great at. And you just kind of hope they missed Kobe was like Saint thing Kobe. You know, you you kind of tried to who's a thirty one thirty two percent three point shooter. A lot of those years kind of hope that he would settle for long twos. Maybe not go to the basket. The hardest thing it's like I watch his games. And I'm not really sure what the team should do other than double team. But if you double team is going to throw the ball over to a reserve, something standing alone in the like, I there and then the all those shots are were three points. Which is like this is the second piece of this Darrow figured out the right guys to put around him. So that in every situation, you're kind of screwed it just seems as though that that this type of player the type of player he is is going to emerge more and more. Which is that a guy who specializes in these specific things of of shooting from distance going to the room and getting fouled. But still being able to deliver the ball to. Open guys and then floor spread in. What I don't know. What you do? I don't know. What what is what you're supposed to do in that scenario? It does seem like an incredibly efficient way to score. It's you're basically doubling down. On somebody. Who's your best player in the thought is like all right? If if he's there's thirty possessions game where he's gonna try to score. Would if what if we made that forty two this is kind of what Westbrook did with. Okay. See the problem was he wasn't officiant with with all the attempts. He was getting like they didn't have a good offense. They were like seventeenth eighteenth. When he was doing that Houston has a good offense. When they're doing that like they're scoring one hundred forty points, these games. So they basically doubled down on the one thing they had those working Chris pas gonna come back, and I wondered as he screwed up. Well, hardens definitely in a scored less like I didn't do like a pod share whatever. And you were talking about what's. Oh, yeah. He had shelf-life go for it happened during that period is like, it's they'll this isn't sustainable. I honestly think he's would get hurt. If this kept going at some point. I don't know if he would get it. Why would he get hurt because he's the all the free throws taking and. I just I don't think you can do this for six straight months. I really don't. I don't know. I always punishing. It would be one thing if if he was playing on the block and they're throwing the ball to him over and over. That's he gets fouled in the least physical ways possible. Sometimes it seems like it doesn't while you're watching the game live. It doesn't even seem like a foul this show the replay. It was I guess does. It shock you like when you. It's funny like 'cause we grow up, and we both of us like the history of stuff that were watching one of the all-time craziest basketball seasons ever from this guy. Like, the fact that he's gonna be thirty seven points a game and go into this level where it's basically like just him in will in this one Michael Jordan near and that's it. It's kind of is it is it staggering that he seemed to improve so much from already being a pretty good player. But it does seem like he moved up an entire tear net was an off surprising thing..

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

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:32 min | 3 years ago

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

"The list. Everybody's on Santa's list, right? Right. Well, it's interesting because you know, I'm just looking real quickly at the blue Gill. Your average blue Gill was somewhere around five inches is pretty nice fish, right? There was thirty two percent of your population of like he had some six and a half inch blue guilt that were almost a quarter pound. But you eight about three years old and the difference between their fishing a six and a half inch and a five year, which is an inch and a half is only a year old, which means pretty dang healthy. Oh, no. The the lagoons really healthy. They were nice and chunky. It looks really good. So, but if you go back and look at the now, you're going to see that. Now, some people may you didn't find a lot of large mouth bass in the Lakers with that. Ideally, you don't want you want a nice balance. So like if you have just a small pond with some blue Gill, you wanna ten to one ratio. And blue hill for every one bath. So you want big in the patriot. You'll see the glue go make up a big percentage of. That's what you want in the leg. Because. Healthy population here because you have enough force fish to support a large predatory population. Like bass northern pike walleye and stuff like that. Well,.

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"thirty two percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Retirement money are MD's we're talking. That's our focus today required. Minimum. Distributions. Have you ever? Here's some food for thought. Instead of claiming social security, they'd sixty two or at your full retirement age, which could be sixty six to sixty seven may want to consider withdrawing whatever amount that you would have received from social security from your IRA's why because the distribution is taxes, ordinary income. You'll lose the tax deferred growth that you would have earned on that money in your IRA, but he'll be gaining two things. One. The longer you delay your social security the greater the benefit for you. And for your surviving spouse, assuming that you're the higher wage earner, and that's because he received delayed retirement credits or put another way you can increase your monthly social security benefits by up to the thing about this. Thirty two percent more by waiting to claiming eight seventy instead of it for instead of at age, sixty two or your full retirement age the other benefit by reducing the amount of money in your IRA. He will also reduce the amount of your required. Minimum distribution another another way rod is to take your IRA distributions of fund a health savings account, a good point. Yeah. They just says, right? You can you can also do what's referred to as a twofer to take extra.

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"thirty two percent" Discussed on State of the Union with Jake Tapper

State of the Union with Jake Tapper

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on State of the Union with Jake Tapper

"We're back with breaking news. President Trump said that he would willingly take the blame for the government shutdown. He later took that back. But it does look like that's happening. A brand new CNN poll out this hour shows that fifty five percent of the American people think the president is more to blame for the shutdown. That's compared to thirty two percent. Who blamed Democrats in congress? Let's discuss SE Cup. President said he would take the blame for it. He tried to take that back. But it does look like the American people are holding them to it. Yeah. I think that's for. Now, we have to see the pain point will come where I think the American people knowing what they know knowing how we got here. We'll say doesn't matter y'all are in charge. We're blaming the lot of you. And we're not there yet right now. I think the American people clearly put the onus on on the president. But I think we'll get sick of this game of chicken, and it will determine when and if Democrats decide okay, we're going to come to the table. Or if they decide we don't we don't have any incentive to. Well, but hold on. I mean Democrats have come to the table last week. We had warning right show that Republicans before the shutdown happened. They pass the spending Bill thinking, okay. We've we've got a deal. They thought this week. They was going to be a deal that included DACA on interns out that wasn't happening. I mean, part of the problem here is that Trump has a record of being so indecisive such bad negotiator kind of all over the map. That is owned people are saying, they're not quite sure what he really wants to do. And so McConnell is kind of sitting back saying I'm not doing anything 'til I know what the president's going to actually sign true. The McConnell won't bring up a Bill until you know, the president signed for it. They got burned once before. Well, we'll the president is the head of the Republican party. He's calling the place. Here McConnell will run whatever play. He wants to call. What I think the White House is stunned by how intractable the Democrats are Pelosi says she won't negotiate over a wall now, or if they open up the government, so they're basically saying we used to be for border security. But now because it's your idea, we're not forty anymore. It's completely hypocritical. The White House doesn't by the way. They don't. Care about polling. They care about securing the border for the American people. They think it's a huge problem in a lot of the polling at a minimum vast majority of people think it's a problem in something. It's a crisis. So I do think a aside from this killing there's something that the American people understand is going to be dealt with. I think first of all the majority of the American people don't support building wall. That's been. That's what they notice. Right. Controversial the vast majority of the American people, don't let's just go back eleven months, February twenty eighteen Democrats. I mean, I'm talking Bernie Sanders. Elizabeth Warren voting to give this president twenty five billion dollars, including money. Now, it was it was it was open ended you could build wall. You could use high-technology twenty five billion dollars. If there was a national emergency did it occur now. And let me say the same situation at the border exist today that existed in February twenty eighteen but this isn't what you mean. No, no, no, no. No, no, no, no. I'm going to say just go. No don't interpret what I'm going to say. Let me be very very clear twenty five billion dollars this president worked. So that we could only get fifty four votes including very progressive. And Secondly, the crisis at the border is more humanitarian, I was in congress in nineteen Ninety-three. It was one point six million people getting detained at the border. It's down to four hundred thousand. So there is an emergency Yunos coming was coming as people leaving almost these quasi narcos states right in Central America fueled by our concerns. They go to like you said this is exactly what I mean..

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"thirty two percent" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

07:30 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"This question in you'll go for free about a third or thirty two percent of American workers have one of these. What are they? Thirty two percent. One. I used to definitely used to. Yeah. But a third or thirty two percent of American workers have one of these. What are they the first person? Get right. You're gonna go see the backstreet, boys. Eight six six wash FM the number one eight six six nine two seven forty three sixty one. It's nearly impossible question. And it's on right now your guesses and an answer on the way. Now britney. Can't you see? Dangerous. Waking up with Toby chilly in the morning ninety seven point one. Chilis nearly impossible question. Robert in prince,.

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