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Crocs Are Making a Comeback, Birkenstocks Arent Far Behind

Business Wars Daily

03:13 min | Last month

Crocs Are Making a Comeback, Birkenstocks Arent Far Behind

"Whether you love them or hate them. crocs are having a moment again. The whole ridden plastic clogs are being billed as the issues of summer twenty twenty celebrities like Arianna `Grande Miley Cyrus, and even the Duchess of Cambridge Herself Kate. Middleton have been seen trotting around in them lately, so it's no wonder that in June. Yahoo Life reported that searches for crocs jumped thirty two percent month over month and outdoor magazine recently proclaimed crocs the perfect outdoor shoe. But crocs wasn't always such a fashion darling. Just a few years ago, the shoes were intensely polarizing. It seemed you either love your crocs or hated them. They were even the subject of a meme that said to paraphrase those little holder where your dignity leaks out. Yikes, so what's behind the comeback? Pandemic? Chic certainly helped as we reported in May. Stay at home orders had. Had People Trading Office where for extreme comfort and crocs certainly fit the bill. It was the only shoe brand among the thirty brands tracked by research firm in DP group to record sales increases in March and April the street reports, but crocs started social climbing long before covid nineteen in recent years. The brand has updates style game in addition to the Fred Flintstone S. You can now find crocs, sandals, flats, and boots among other styles, smart collaborations in limited edition offerings have also helped. Make crocs cool again. This year designed partnerships with rapper post Malone and country singer Luke combs fueled a blockbuster earning streak footwear news reported. The Malone Limited design was bolstered by successful tick. Tock promotion a February collaboration with KFC. Yes, the fried chicken chain was a sales in social media smash in June. The clock designed by actor and model Ruby Rose for pride month sold out another part of. Of crocs appeal is that they can be customized with Jim its charms. These colorful adornments snap into the holes in the shoes. Charms range from initials and symbols to characters, and even fried chicken pieces, so fans can use their shoes to make a statement, and while crocs is enjoying record earnings and a brand new headquarters in Broomfield Colorado. They've got some stiff competition from. From the granddaddy of ugly shoes, yes, berkinstocks wants the footwear of hippies and those with unfortunate orthopedic issues. BERKINSTOCKS are back in vying for their spot in the sun. Celebrities like Jason Momoa Shirley's Thera, and Kendall, Jenner all have been sporting burks lately. Birkenstock is another master collaborator. The brand teamed up with luxury brands, Valentino and pro enza schooler for special collections most recently birkenstock. BIRKENSTOCK TEAMED UP WITH STEFANOS PILATES random identities brand for a niche line that footwear news calls destined for cult status, and apparently other manufacturers think the ugly shoe market has room to grow brands. teva Maryland others are introducing their own takes on the water shoe approx like plastic shoe with holes all to much acclaim, because as one New, York, times headline proclaimed Weird Times Call for even weirder shoes.

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California To rethink Reopening The State

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | Last month

California To rethink Reopening The State

"Arising coronavirus cases in California is causing a strain on hospitals and has officials rethinking the state's re opening if you take a look at the hospitalization rate that number up thirty two percent now at and the other part that's really key here is the ICU beds now saying that thirty four percent of them are filled and that is a record high we're talking about some thirteen hundred patients who are in the ICU beds battling cove it here in the state the governor making it very clear that if necessary that they could pause re opening or toggle back to

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Karyopharm Moves to Expand Selinexor's Label

Breaking Biotech

03:22 min | 2 months ago

Karyopharm Moves to Expand Selinexor's Label

"This week we're gonNA talk about some updates from Lasko. Twenty twenty and then I'm going to focus on either as well as another company called, carry farm, so we're doing a little bit of a cancer focus on the show with this episode last episode. And yet should be should be a pretty good show, so I hope you're keeping safe and everything's going well for everyone. I know that the US in particular has been dealing with a lot right now. Not GonNa get too much into that, but I'm GONNA touch on it for the sake of the market, but. With Dell, let's get right into it. So the first thing I want to talk about is some news from Moscow. And one company in particular that I hadn't mentioned, but they seem to be. One of the bigger winners is adapt therapeutics ticker symbol ad, and they showed phase one trial data of ADP A to m four where fifty percents of patients with Sino you'll. Sarcoma exhibited partial responses. Now they also showed some data in believe lung, cancer, neck, and head cancer, and then also with melanoma, and a lot of these patients had responses so I think it's not only due to the soil sarcoma data, but for a lot of solid tumors they show that they're molecules able to lead to some kind of response, and the shares traded wildly high on this news up one hundred twenty eight percent, and then they didn't offering and as I brought this kind of stuff up before in the past. Seeing positive solid tumor data is huge because the market is gigantic I'm GonNa talk about this later, but in lung cancer non small cell lung cancer, the patient population is like two hundred and eighty thousand patients per year. So when you're thinking about companies that are likely to see big increases in stock you know. Are they looking at solid tumors? That's a big thing that you can ask yourself and if they're going to see some positive data in that than maybe you should think about how you WanNa. Play it. So good to see that from them might might do deeper dive in the future, but another company touch on is allergy therapeutics, and specifically they are a company that is doing an off the shelf cell therapy. And the data they showed isn't in it off the shelf car. T. Therapy so aloe five zero one and they were looking in relapsed, refractory, non Hodgkin Lymphoma, and the to specific subsets of that was deal. As well, as F. L.. And for all of you who've been watching my show, you'll know that as of last week. You understand clearly that deal is aggressive form of non Hodgkin Lymphoma whereas NFL or Informa- is more of a slow growing. Or an indolent non Hodgkin Lymphoma, so in both of these forms, which is better than just seeing it in say the version they saw an overall response rate of sixty three percent and thirty seven percent were complete responders and I believe this is in line with traditional car. T. Therapy in all explain in a second with off the shelf part means, and just before going to that. They also saw that around thirty two percent of patients saw site time release. Syndrome, which is also I. Think in line with some previous. Cardi therapies so. The benefit here really, and he's been approved for a few years now, and it's seen a lot of success, but those therapies aren't autologous cell therapy, so they need to get the patient. Take the blood from the patient isolate the cells, edit the cells, and then infuse them back into the patient,

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All About Alocasia 'Polly'

On The Ledge

09:19 min | 3 months ago

All About Alocasia 'Polly'

"Plant is allocated Paulie applaud. That certainly poses some challenges for most of us. Mere Mortal House plant growers and Today. I'm joined by Mireya of instagram account. Born gardening to help you pick your way through the minefield that is allocated Eur polly care. Maria is a gardener. In the wonderful city of Baja. Lana did I say that. Well probably not in Spain. And she is a DAB hand at growing this plant. A member of the asteroid Klein with those vein leaves the look so stunning when you buy them and look some terrible as they start to die. So where have we all been going broke? Will his my chat with Mariah so we will find out Mireya. We are here to talk about. Alec as your Paulie which I think might be up there as the number one plant that people find a bit tricky to grow. It's a beautiful beautiful plant though and I can understand why everyone is so captivated by it isn't one of your favorites. Yes is eased one of my favorites for me. It's a plan. I associate with the tropics and just takes me straight to the tropics and with this deep green Arrow shaped way. Wavy edged leaves mesmerizing. I mean I can spend hours looking at A. It's unbelievable really nice and I think that's why a lot of people would have in. The House is Yeah. It does seem very widely available now. I think it must've been being being mass produced and so everyone can get their hands on this blog now but not everyone can keep it happy and the number of times. I see a post from somebody saying my Poli is dead. Wayne Coors is a day polly. How do people kill this particular law? I think the number one issue with this plan is maintaining the high levels of humidity and warmth as well in in the House. You know to recreate this kind of ganguly environment in a house is quite is quite hard. It really likes sort of temperature from sixteen to two seven degrees so that could be a tricky especially in the UK in the winter when the Heaton is on the air. It's way dry. I mean I live in the Mediterranean. So that helps quite a bit because he is quite warm Resolution is very humid. So it's sort of like lifestyle. I know by St Louis talking about high levels of humidity which are to trades in a house about fifteen percent of up. So I think what he what is good. Is to have a humidifier few hours a day if you can if you can have one. I mean I don't have one so what I use is pebble trade. We've so when J.j This humidity around it. And what I really like doing as well. Which mind is in this environment is grouping grouping the plans which claimed his micro and you really works. My one is surrounded by Begonias Theis fans which is they will require high levels of humidity on. I think he's really nice as well. Because you create a little landscape like literally to your landscape of having them scattered around the house so I think this this this works. That's a good point because people often want to display this plot as a specimen plan on its own because it is so gorgeous but as you say it's probably going to be much happier in agree with all the plots where it's it's possibly going to get a bit of a boost not just looking at my little Thermometer slash humidity monitor in here and it's only thirty two percent humidity in here right now which is terrible. I think you know the winter. Obviously I didn't know how you'll heating works here in the UK mainly have radiators. Which are you know hopefuls being piped through and it's makes yes so dry states they have avenue which is even worse so there is a real issue. That as you said humidifier can breed really help. I think it would be excellent. It's it's it's it's the it's the trick the humidifier if you have the heat on he. I live in various choir choir. Small you know by a flag and you really need the heating on winter so we quite lucky without the you polly was getting too little humidity. How would she know? What size does it? Give off that. It's really unhappy is it so the crispy edges to the lease is that it produces this brown tapes and sometimes we see Yellow Halos as well on the leaves then when we when we started saying that it. That's that's what it needs really and sometimes what happens as well then using all my God. You know it's so we can. We get that confusion between humidity on wartime with sometimes is really difficult to handle and restart over watering and then what happens is a leads to grow pot and then with a prominent as well does it. It can it di- back can go into dormancy and winter and lose leaves and then come back in the spring yet. That's what he does actually below twelve degrees. It goes into dormancy. Need to keep in place. But don't worry if you see that growing leaves coming out image just is having FBI arrest during the period and then in the spring will come back. Come back to live so the bright again and you can you can start again with the winter and you have to look at match less obviously and defined with this plot the oftentimes. It needs reporting when you buy it because it's been posited into something that's possibly not suitable in terms of potting mix. Then I think What I do with mine I? I like to try to regularly regret as I can. This sort of Equi jungle me soil which I try to create my own with the potting soil. Potting ORCHID BAR. It is possible the one and then alight and then. I think we're really works as well as could innovate finally In in the mix and because he keeps it gives the soil them. Which is what this plan likes as well. It doesn't like soggy soil like Saddam so spag. Moore's is great doing that so I think he's good if you can get hold of some spinal Moscow. Someone can mixing it with the soil and mix it. Yeah because sometimes comes in when you buy is not is it just you water him water and all the nutrients and unique to to change it a bit and we'd like to this. Hugh applaud. What's the regime there? We don't want it alongside the CACTI and succulents possibly now now. We don't want with in full Sun. Full side is not advisable egg because they will just banned leaves and and the economy comes from San alikes. Brian direct sand. Actually so a really likes my. My one is in east facing window a few a couple of away from the window and get the morning sun. Which is the best son because sign is strong so it's going really well there. Nfc South facing window is especially in the main Rainey's it's you can have it in the UK. Maybe the winter months. It'd be alright but I will keep a few a few feet away. Not South is this applaud the Subject to draw like if he did keep near near window a cold drafts. Presumably won't be good for it either now doesn't like graphs suffer now. So that's why is bad to say a few away from the window because if you if you have a draft in will kill it definitely doesn't at all and if you have a shady area a one maybe one grow so well I would advise as well. It's too late at least once a month so it will improve with capture in lines for the leaves. Because sometimes you get you get the state the best on the leaves in that. What do you use the ducks? Just damp cloth. Yes a damn close and I think is really is really good for the land and every like is like a set of penalty from his long relaxing and connects you with a plan even more so. I think he's a good thing to do. I do with my ray. I tried to do it

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New York City is looking at these areas for budget cuts

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 3 months ago

New York City is looking at these areas for budget cuts

"With the city in a fiscal crisis budget cuts are expected which could well include the NYPD the NYPD has already delayed the next class at the academy because of the pandemic and council members are asking to consider cancelling it altogether even if you don't cut this class permanently you could save twenty five million dollars if you delete it one year councilmember Donovan Richards who co chairs the finance committee said big summer events cost big Bucks in police overtime cancellations this year could create at least ten million dollars in savings for example over time just for July fourth fireworks last year was two point five million commissioner Dermot Shea said even though crime is down during the pandemic twenty twenties overall number still can't compete with the drastic lows of the last few years has been climbing since this pandemic started but he's still off for the year nine percent it was up over thirty percent on March twelfth burglary is now one thirty two percent grand larceny auto sixty three percent he said while felony assaults have dropped dramatically murder is up seven percent and there's been a thirteen percent uptake in shootings year to date compared with twenty nineteen Sonia Rincon ten ten wins

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New poll shows voters are divided on Joe Biden sexual assault allegation

WBBM Late Morning News

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

New poll shows voters are divided on Joe Biden sexual assault allegation

"There's a new poll out that shows voters are divided on the sexual assault allegations against former vice president Joe Biden a Monmouth university poll released today shows nearly a third of Americans aren't sure what to make of the allegations about thirty two percent say the allegations of likely are not true thirty seven percent of voters believe Tara Reid Ryan grim is here to give us some insights into these claims he's the intercepts DC bureau chief and has been at the forefront of the reporting on terror read so thanks so much for joining us fine let's start with your reporting you published two pieces one of which uncovered the Larry King clip featuring what is reportedly Tara Reid's mother let's take a listen to that okay

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New poll shows voters are divided on Joe Biden sexual assault allegation

WBBM Late Morning News

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

New poll shows voters are divided on Joe Biden sexual assault allegation

"There's a new poll out that shows voters are divided on the sexual assault allegations against former vice president Joe Biden a Monmouth university poll released today shows nearly a third of Americans aren't sure what to make of the allegations while thirty two percent say the allegations likely are not true thirty seven percent of voters believe Tara Reid Ryan grim is here to give us some insights into these claims he's the intercepts DC bureau chief and has been at the forefront of the reporting on terror read so thanks so much for joining us fine let's start with your reporting you published two pieces one of which uncovered the Larry King clip featuring what is reportedly Tara Reid's mother let's take a listen to that after

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Big Banks, Airlines, March Retail Report

MarketFoolery

11:15 min | 4 months ago

Big Banks, Airlines, March Retail Report

"It's Wednesday April fifteenth. Welcome to mark. I'm Chris Sale with me today. The one and only Andy Cross could see my friend. Hey Chris how're you doing in there? I got coffee. I'm good good to we got. We got a lot going retail. We've got airlines. We'VE GOT ENTERTAINMENT. But we're GONNA start today with the big banks because it's earning season and the as an industry. The big banks sort of lead the way Goldman Sachs and Bank of America both out with first-quarter reports Goldman Sachs profits down. Forty Nine Percent Bank of America can take some small solace in the fact that their first quarter profits. Were only down forty five. Yeah it's it's the real headline I think from the banks. Chris is just the reserve the loan loss reserves. They're taking now in this quarter so when you look across almost all the banks. That's been the biggest hit to the prophet picture. The revenues were somewhere in the flat. Picture for example Goldman revenues were flat. Gp Morgan's revenues were down like three percent wells. Fargo was down down about eighteen percent so the revenue lines weren't such the concern. It was really much more profit picture as you mentioned. And we're just seeing that show up in the earnings per share of these companies but the biggest part for that or these loan loss reserves that these companies have to the banks have to set aside in the expectation that the economic crisis. The pandemic that we're facing is going to cause some of their clients both on the consumer side and the commercial side to not pay their bills and so they had to set aside reserves for that. So when you just look at like what happened with with Goldman their earnings down forty six percent and they set aside nine hundred thirty seven million dollars this quarter. That's almost as much as they sent. Set aside for all of two thousand nineteen and that's four times the amount that aside in the first quarter of two thousand nineteen and you see the same thing across all of the the big banks. Gps set aside an additional six point. Eight billion dollars. It's four point. Four billion in the consumer side mostly for cardholders and the rest on the on the commercial side and across the entire company. That say this is ten billion more in reserves than a year ago. So you're seeing these banks really start to ramp up their preparation for what they expect to be. A very tough market of the next year I would also think in the case for every one of these banks has an investment banking arm. Goldman Sachs is the clubhouse leader and I would think that as we are in this environment where it's really hard to imagine any company going public in the next say at least two months Probably closer to four to six months That's one more thing that a bank like Goldman Sachs has to worry about. Yeah Chris absolutely right. So there's just these very high margin parts of their business that are going to start to see. Oh the fluctuations if not complete drops because that market has really started to soften. What's interesting on the Goldman side and Goldman's really going through this this reform under the new? Ceo Their new their new CEO. The bank is really kind of struggled. It's such A. It's such such known as such a class name in the banking space but the stock has actually struggled and the returns on equity have actually trailed their peers over the last few years. There's a real push by the new. Ceo David Salman to start to really invigorate Goldman Sachs again. So we had this whole plan when he became. Ceo after Lloyd Blankfein just recently and then obviously the pandemic hit so but a bright spot to Goldman or big part. Their business has always been there. Trading revenues and. That's actually been kind of a little bit of an Albatross for them over the past couple years but that actually was a bright spot in the first quarter of the same thing with J. P. Morgan Goldman's trading revenues were up twenty eight percent and JP Morgan is trading revenues. Were up thirty two percent so because of all the volatility because of all the frenetic trading activity were seen in the markets from both institutional clients and consumer clients for the big banks. It's mostly institutions were. We saw these results pop up for some of these. Larger banks like Goldman G. P. M. So that's that was one small bright spot in a quarter. That obviously is showing a lot of pain. Jp MORGAN LONG-SERVING CEO. Probably the most respected name and finances. We've talked about Jimmy Diamond. Chris who had suffered a emergency heart surgery a few months ago and came back to the job right in the middle of the as the pandemic starting to really get going. He put out his earning his his His annual letter. He talks about every year and really try to set the tone for the market ahead of what we the financial institutions and banks will see over the next year because there's obviously a lot of concern With just the just the plumbing and the financial picture of US banks. Let's move on to the airline industry because several airlines including Delta American jet blue and southwest have said that they have reached agreements with the US Treasury Department on part of that twenty five billion dollar plan for payroll grants. Obviously this is Good news for those airlines and The people who work there but it really does seem like this. I don't WanNa call it a band aid but it seems like it is a A relatively short bridge. That'll get them through the next couple of months. Hopefully but all the airlines really seemed like they have their work cut out for them Chris. I think I think bridge a bridge. If not band aid bridge I think is a good term apropos because So of the two point two trillion dollar in the stainless package that was signed into law. Last week were in late March. Now the the airlines are starting to work with the Treasury Department to figure out how they can access that and both in grants and loans and as you mentioned a pretty much all of the airlines all the major ones are going to start tapping into this and this is obviously Anita step for businesses. That are really struggling. You're seen bookings that are downed. Seventy ninety percent capacity in the company these companies have they have taken capacity out from their business both domestic and international. So it's really started. There's a heavy fixed cost and these businesses and when they have nobody flying and nobody buying tickets especially business travel which is really slow down. You're starting to see it now. Show up in the potential future of these businesses. But back to your bridge comment. I think these the airlines when I look at almost all the industries that operate and you think about the recovery patterns. I don't know if we're going to be in a v-shaped recovery or more of a U. shape slow growth recovery of both in the US and worldwide. But I do think. The airlines travel companies of all the industries. They will really be in the most flat shape recovery and I think it'll take a while for consumers to be able to come back into the travel mode get used to going back into airplanes. Get used to going back into airports. Airports Basically over the last ten twenty years have become big retail destinations. And you're seeing now foot traffic in the airports drop off a cliff and that's hurting the retail establish establishments inside these airports so that industry is just going to go along a long way to recover. They they needed this. They needed to be a tap the US government to help them support their business. Because without that you would see massive bankruptcies in the Industry Savan to the retail industry because we got the march retail report. And it was. I think every bit as bad as we were all expecting retail across the board down eight point seven percent in the month of March. That is the worst in history. Worst drop in history and context third on the list is the drop in retail that we saw in November. Two thousand eight and this was more than twice as bad in terms of percentages. And you start going through this. And the and of course the lone bright spot is grocery stores up around twenty seven percent but some of these other numbers in here you look at clothing and clothing accessory down. Fifty percent motor vehicles down twenty five percent. These are not but I kind of like we saw with the monthly jobs report for March and we knew that it was much worse because it really the only started They stopped collecting that data mid month. Same thing with retail. I mean I'm looking at one of my thoughts when I was going through. The march retail report was my God. How much worse is April GonNa? Because then we'll have a full month of this crazy was really devastating report. I guess not too surprising considering what we had seen in in late February and obviously there's our own consumer behavior but just for some context first of all that eight point seven percent number. Chris you mentioned is just a drop from February. So it's a month over month seasonally-adjusted number but historically that if you go back. They've collected this data since nineteen ninety-two if you go back. Usually that month-on-month change is in a small less than a percent change so the average is about point three five percents. So it's it's pretty tight. It's a very tight range. You're talking an average of point. Three percent with a standard deviation so changed from an average of less than a percent. So you really talking a very tight range here. You're talking last month. We saw a drop of eight point seven percent so it's significant compared to the average and not in way outside this the norm of what we see the last few decades so like you mentioned the worst number before this was in the great financial crisis when it was when when the number of fell three point eight and three point nine percent back to back. So we're talking twice as much as that drops it just context that about how significant this was just knowing wh- how we have changed as consumers. It's really pretty. It's evident and now we're seeing a show up in the number so as you mentioned some of the areas really got hit just really just a very significantly and then you see you see spots like grocery stores actually have a very significant ramp because as we continue to spend more and more at the groceries try to stock up in preparation for the quarantine that we are all facing and now still face and then you see things like food services and drinking places down twenty six percent from the month before and obviously just showing there that the real impact and that's having ripple effects because when you talk about ten to twenty percent of the global of the US employment is somehow tied to entertainment travel that area getting back to our airlines business.

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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo for president?

Dennis Prager

03:40 min | 4 months ago

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo for president?

"There are discussions among Mr Biden's family and friends that his mental acuity may be an ongoing problem these discussions have not led to any conclusions thus far but high ranking members of the Democratic Party are also being consulted if the former vice president continues to decline in public that is continues to make mess statements and look be funneled the party will have to look elsewhere and one name is now emerging as a consideration Andrew Cuomo the governor of New York is sixty two years old born in queens son of former New York governor the late Mario Cuomo Andrew Cuomo received a BA from Fordham in nineteen seventy nine law degree from Albany school of law in nineteen eighty two he served as secretary of housing and urban development under president Clinton from nineteen ninety seven to two thousand and one he was the Attorney General of New York state from two thousand seven to two thousand ten he is the fifty sixth governor of New York and has held that office since two thousand eleven there are no term limits for governors in New York over the years Andrew Cuomo has moved sharply left he signed the toughest assault weapon ban in the nation it he makes it very difficult for citizens to even own guns his quote no one needs ten bullets to kill a deer so he has banned high capacity magazines for rifles taxes New York has the highest in the nation and governor Cuomo wants even higher tariffs on wealthy residents and major corporations that has led to hundreds of thousands of affluent new Yorkers moving out of the state even while many migrants move in that drops the tax receipts to Albany and billions of dollars of debt is a result on abortion any time for any reason in New York state governor Cuomo signed new York's reproductive health act in two thousand nineteen some Catholics urge cardinal Dolan to excommunicate the governor that did not happen said Cuomo quote so much Catholic governor I'm going to make you all Catholics no birth control you have to go to church no abortion I accept the church's teaching on abortion must I insist that you do belly form the governor signed a bill allowing many criminals out of jail immediately then crime immediately went up robberies thirty two percent car theft sixty one percent burglaries eighteen percent and a variety of violent crimes rose as well I'm a pandemic there is no question that governor Cuomo has been a calm and articulate voice he is featured on the networks in cable news operations every time he holds a press conference that never happened before two American governors however New York is the epicenter of the virus and governor Cuomo gets a lot of air time also reporters do not challenge him as they do with Donald Trump so all in all Andrew Cuomo is on the horizon for the Democratic Party

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"thirty two percent" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:38 min | 4 months ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Staggering thirty two percent in the second quarter with forty seven million American workers laid off the numbers are from an economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis they're bracing for another round of bad weather in the south B. Riley just jeopardy alley the main risk area tomorrow is going to be from southern Mississippi southern Alabama and southern Georgia into northern Florida and it's mostly going to be during the afternoon and evening here we expect strong wind gusts and a few isolated tornadoes are possible as well Dow up six hundred ninety points this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app download it today from downtown Minneapolis studios news talk eight three WCCO this is Minnesota's most trusted station for news I'm Laura of lab confirmed cases of coronavirus in Minnesota are up seventy three from yesterday two five hundred seventy six there are now ten deaths as residents stay indoors those who can't are facing some daunting circumstances frontline workers continue to face shortages in personal protective equipment the story over the weekend of a trooper pulling over doctor near north branch and giving her a handful of N. ninety five masks of his own underscores what they're going through we will have them when the time comes but that is one of the leading problems with that what we are taking it all along especially when it comes to ventilators and especially when it comes to the PPL folks so we have today but it is a tenuous situation will continue.

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New York state nears 1,000 coronavirus deaths

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

New York state nears 1,000 coronavirus deaths

"As of Sunday morning New York state's coronavirus death toll is nearing one thousand with the state accounting for more than forty percent of covert nineteen deaths in the U. S. new data shows the coronaviruses overwhelming some of New York city's poorest neighborhoods queens accounts for thirty two percent of the city's cases and nearly a quarter of the people who died in the state were nursing home residents we are lucky that it's only one quarter coronavirus in a nursing home is a toxic mix the governor Cuomo says there are some encouraging numbers nobody really points that these numbers but this is good news eight hundred and forty six people came out of hospital that's a hundred and forty six people with corona virus discharge from the hospital on Saturday alone Cuomo also says the state developed a less intrusive coronavirus saliva and nasal swab test which can be self administered in the presence of a health care provider Julie Walker New York

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New York state nears 1,000 coronavirus deaths

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

New York state nears 1,000 coronavirus deaths

"New data shows the coronaviruses overwhelming some of New York city's poorest neighborhoods queens accounts for thirty two percent of the city's cases and nearly a quarter of the people who died in the state were nursing home residents we are lucky that it's only one quarter coronavirus in a nursing home is a toxic mix the governor Cuomo says there are some encouraging numbers nobody really points that these numbers but this is good news eight hundred and forty six people came out of hospital that's a hundred and forty six people with corona virus discharge from the hospital on Saturday alone Cuomo also says the state developed a less intrusive coronavirus saliva and nasal swab test which can be self administered in the presence of a health care provider Julie Walker New York

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New York state nears 1,000 coronavirus deaths

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

New York state nears 1,000 coronavirus deaths

"New data shows the coronaviruses overwhelming some of New York city's poorest neighborhoods queens accounts for thirty two percent of the city's cases and nearly a quarter of the people who died in the state were nursing home residents we are lucky that it's only one quarter coronavirus in a nursing home is a toxic mix the governor Cuomo says there are some encouraging numbers nobody really points that these numbers but this is good news eight hundred and forty six people came out of hospital that's a hundred and forty six people with corona virus discharge from the hospital on Saturday alone Cuomo also says the state developed a less intrusive coronavirus saliva and nasal swab test which can be self administered in the presence of a health care provider Julie Walker New York

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Podcasts now listened to by over 100m Americans every month

podnews

02:35 min | 5 months ago

Podcasts now listened to by over 100m Americans every month

"Thirty seven percent of US adults. That's over one hundred and four million people. Now listen every month to podcasts. That's according to the newly released infinite. Dial Two Thousand Twenty survey from Edison Research and Triton digital the figure has grown markedly from thirty two percent a year ago the data also shows podcasting continuing to head towards gender parity and increased use of smart speakers. Hanan other news. The research says that almost a third of all Americans no longer own. Am FM Radio Broadcasting in the Dominican Republic in two thousand nine hundred nine is analyzed by Robert Sosuke. The Caribbean nation has seen a more than four hundred percent growth in podcasting mostly driven by anchor. Who hosts two thirds of all podcasts? There forty percent of all podcasts from the country are though this is better than the global a fifty seven percent. Rex is privacy. Symposium took place late last month and around the different feeling New York while most of the privacy symposium was held in private video of the first four sessions has been released. We link to those videos from our show notes in our newsletter today. The apple podcasts. Ios APP has been updated with specific corona virus information in the US reports apple insider visible in the screen shots aren't promotions for CNN. Npr AND THE BBC. The new sanctions include calculating Karm and boredom busters no changes visible in Australia. There Youtube is warning that more videos than normal may be removed from the service content moderation on Youtube and many other platforms is now being done. By Algorithms round the ban human beings and this impact podcasters many of whom use the service for posting video versions of their show. And how will your downloads doing? We're seeing a small drop of about ten percent for this podcast but do let us know how is for. You would like to give an overview on Monday just email editor at news dot net and podcast news. The woman is focusing on women on the front lines of the corona virus. This Week Dr Antoinette Ward leading testing for covert one thousand nine hundred at a major hospital in Atlanta Georgia. Economy in tech podcast. Make me smarties adding short daily show. It'll be posted at five o'clock. Ps T in addition to the normal weekly show. Staying in with. Emily and Kamala is a podcast for charity. About making the best of living life under quarantine have something different so we linked to a podcast about dogs. Dogs Save the people uplifting stories about how dogs have impacted their lives for the better. And if you're more of a cat person. Can't people focuses on cats big ones lions tigers and other dangerous cats

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Oil Prices Dive as Saudi Arabia Takes Aim at Russian Production

America's Truckin' Network

02:24 min | 5 months ago

Oil Prices Dive as Saudi Arabia Takes Aim at Russian Production

"So the headline from Barron's this morning says your retaliation that's the best way to describe Saudi Arabia's response to the latest OPEC meeting Russia a non OPEC member refusing to agree to OPEC's demands to cut one and a half million barrels per day that in turn leads Saudi Arabia the state oil giant Aramco to announce they would open the spigots and cut their prices by upwards of six dollars per barrel that's what caused the huge crude price dropped some thirty two percent Sunday night to about twenty eight dollars a barrel levels not seen since the bottom of the last crash February of twenty sixteen okay so bad that Iranian petroleum minister yeah I called this meeting one of the worst meetings ever some of these OPEC meeting to get kind of contentious right it is a complete break down he says the founder of the commodity oriented hedge fund L. gal Terry says that that we could go down below twenty dollars per barrel he did not predict the crash but we've been preparing for it we believe that over production in the U. S. from fracking and the rise of alternative energy would eventually put a damper on prices and that's where we are for sure at this point in time yeah coming into twenty twenty the expected prices to be yet range bound after ending twenty nineteen at sixty one dollars per barrel their bridges project team yep fifty five dollars per barrel then of course the corona virus news broke and they they edged things down to about forty eight dollars per barrel no this if producers didn't agree to the one point five million barrels a day cut yeah we could go back down to the prices we saw in twenty fifteen to twenty sixteen and that appears to be what is coming to fruition on this Monday

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Dieng leads 9 scorers in double figures, Memphis routs Hawks

SportsCenter AllNight

01:17 min | 5 months ago

Dieng leads 9 scorers in double figures, Memphis routs Hawks

"Eighty good news for the Grizzlies they're trying to land that eighth and final playoff spot and they've now won two straight coming off five straight losses Monday nine Memphis scorers in double figures and the Grizzlies pulled away in the second half and post one twenty seven to eighty eight route over the hawks Atlanta suffering its third loss in its last eleven home games and this one is a thirty nine point loss for coach Lloyd Pierce not to forget they can ask the way I got nothing for you there are a lot I don't know what to teach you can't teach effort you can talk about it you know effort is effort that was nineteen seconds from Lloyd Pierce he sat in a chair in front of a microphone for perhaps another twenty but didn't say anything else that was the extent of his press conference after the hawks thirty nine point loss stocks shot a season low thirty two percent from the field in a thirty two of ninety nine shots so obviously slightly more than thirty two percent thirty three north of thirty two and a third percent a one twenty seven eighty eight defeat at the hands of the Grizzlies what nine players with at least ten points that's a franchise

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The Loss of Local NewsThe Impact

After The Fact

10:06 min | 6 months ago

The Loss of Local NewsThe Impact

"That's the percentage of Americans who believe that their local news organizations are doing well financially in reality. The data paints a different picture. According to a survey by the Pew Research Center local newspapers throughout the country are struggling amid declines in revenue and staffing and according to a report from the Hussmann School of Journalism and media at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill the United States has lost almost twenty one hundred newspapers since two thousand four in this special series. We'll talk with experts about why this is happening and what the impacts are from. The loss of local news and in future episodes will travel to see how local publications are dealing with these challenges. Talk to keep a daily paper going community as South Georgia is even as many communities cut back on the size of paper or the number of staff one publication. We visited his actually. Adding journalists and investing in its print edition goes up that conveyor and then it goes in straps it up kind of exciting. I haven't been in oppressor raises tells us better. What's occurring we spoke with Penny Abernathy? A former journalist and executive with the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times reporters show up Schon ally and provide transparency to government proceedings that vanishes when there's not a newspaper or reporter. She's now the Knight Chair in journalism and digital media economics professor at the Husband School of Journalism at UNC Penny. You've written a really important report that looks at the state of local news in America. And if you don't mind I'm just going to read the first couple of sentences from your report from our very beginnings as a nation. Newspapers have a vital role in building community. Strong newspapers fostered a sense. Geographic identity and in the process nurtured social cohesion and grassroots political activism the stories and editorials they published. Help set the agenda for debate of important issues influence policy and political decisions we make and build trust in our institutions. The advertisements they carried drove local commerce and regional economic growth by putting potential customers together with local businesses man. I hear that and I think while local news helps citizens fulfil their responsibility it drives business and commerce so penny. Why do you think this is an important topic to focus on where losing newspapers and you might pause for a moment and say? Why is that important well? Regional television stations rarely reach outside the major markets. Where they're located and of course radio stations have not had the manpower To go out and do the investigative reporting as well as just the routine a town council meetings. The newspaper has historically been the prime. If not the sole source of everything from what's happening at the town council meetings who something as As Mundane is deciding how to spend your money wisely. The reason I initially focused on newspapers is since our earliest beginnings newspapers have provided the news that built communities what has really become apparent as we've lost newspapers and lauch reporters is that we've lost access to the types of News and information that feeds our democracy if you look at the last fifteen years. We've lost twenty one hundred newspapers in this country. That is one fourth of the newspapers. We had just fifteen years ago. What's driving this? What's happening? Well there are two things that are really driving in both of economic so one thing to look at is between two thousand and two thousand eighteen. The level of print advertising dropped below nineteen fifty level. So think about it for a moment. It took fifty years to reach its peak in two thousand and it had already dropped below. Nineteen fifty models for print advertising revenue by two thousand and ten. Now why is that important because print? Advertising has historically furnished bout eighty five percent of the revenue that most local newspapers used to support their newsgathering. Operation It was also vitally important in connecting people as you just read in that first sentence to advertisers in the community helping them build their own businesses. So everyone assumed okay. The advertising level is dropping on print. So all we have to do is just transition to digital so there was a mad rush to transform newspapers and instead what happened. Is that over the last ten years between seventy five. Eighty percent of the digital ADB revenue has gone not to newspapers but to to tech giant's facebook and Google. So that means that you have television stations newspapers digital startups all fighting over the remaining twenty five percent that is just not enough to sustain a vibrant level of newsgathering operation. And of course. It is handicapped newspapers in not being able to serve businesses in their area. Either WELL PRINT. Newspapers continue to struggle. Their websites are also showing some declines. Amy Mitchell Directs Journalism Research at the Pew Research Center and has been tracking changes in the industry for more than a decade. Take a step back for us and tell us as your annual reports are often called. What is the state of the news media today and in particular? What's happening in local news? Well one of the things we see in local is a big transition to digital just as we've seen at the national level so we we see in two thousand nineteen that about as many people say they prefer to get their local news digitally as prefer to get it through the television sets. We still see local. Tv stations having the garnering the whitest reach when it comes to overall audience but definitely a very prominent preference for digital one of the other elements of local news. Of course our local newspapers and has a lot of people have heard You know circulation is down staffing down. What are the numbers there well? The newspaper industry's financial fortunes and their subscriber bases have been in decline since the mid two thousand and website audience traffic. Actually after some years of growth we've also seen level off so if we look at twenty eight team which is the last sort of cumulative year of data that's available twenty. Eighteen saw another decline of eight percent in. Us daily newspaper circulation that includes print and digital combined Total estimated advertising revenue for the industry fell another thirteen percent in two thousand eighteen. And when we look at the employment reporting power that's in the news room There we see declines of forty seven percent since two thousand and four. That's almost tough. That's almost half in two thousand eighteen alone. A quarter of. Us newspapers with fifty thousand circulation or higher Had had layoffs in their in their local newspapers and that is on top of roughly Thirty two percent that had layoffs in two thousand seventeen so the challenges that the industry is facing there are not a bathing. We ask about the financial state of the local news. In general seventy one percent of the American public said that they think it's doing fairly well Financially that's pretty striking and really speaks to quite a gap in awareness among the public and a challenge for the industry. We then followed up and we ask about pain and you know have you. Have you paid for local news? In any way whether you are subscribing or keeping a membership or donation only fourteen percent of the American public at that they had paid in any way for local news in the past year Really striking numbers and so if there has been an attempt by the industry to Reach out and have people be aware. It's it's largely gone on heard you know by these numbers in terms of what they suggest when we followed up with the people who hadn't paid that large majority said they hadn't paid it was interesting because it wasn't a question of quality it was the fact the largest reason people gave was the fact that there was so much free content out there. Could we talk a little bit about this specific role of local newspapers? And all of this. I'm thinking smaller town. America that has thirty thousand people a hundred people small villages you local. Tv News is important for lots and lots of people but of course they tend to cover bigger markets. Well one piece of data we have. That would speak to that. We asked people whether most of the coverage was about the area that they live in or whether it was about a nearby area outside their own such as another city or another town and we had about half of our respondents say that the bulk of their local news covers an area outside where they live. People that were more to say. The coverage came was was focusing on other areas where those at lived in more rural Segments of the country. Let me just ask you this for the longest time. News was a commodity that was paid for because people could sell advertising and it worked as news in American society. Changing absolutely I would say the the concept of news is definitely gone through change and some of that is through producers and providers of it right about thirty percent that said they got local news regularly from some of what we might call sort of second tier types of outlets online only places local government agencies local organizations like churches and schools. When you add that up you had about thirty percent that it got to get news from one of those types about at least one of those types of outlets regularly so there's a lot of ways people can get informed and also when you think about then the impact of social media not just digital generally but in particular the structure of social media were news as mixed in with everything else it becomes a sort of constant as opposed to something one does at certain times during the day. It's just a very different experience than what we had say. You know three or four decades ago.

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The Thermic Effect of Food

20 Minute Fitness

03:40 min | 6 months ago

The Thermic Effect of Food

"Thermic effective food otherwise known as t.f all specific dynamic action all fellow genesis refers to the number of categories needed while your body to digest absorb unprocessed the nutrients in your meals and this is the increase in metabolic rate because off a meal so was causing this if you look at it more detail as the stimulation of ATP hydrolysis during Intestinal Absorption and the initial metabolic steps in the neutral storage which is responsible for the food. That facts is one of those. Things are responsible for. The increase in calories burned off. Do you eat a meal. So research showed that protein-rich foods increased he after most. So they generally give cystic DOTS proteins. Increase your metabolic rate from anywhere between fifteen to thirty two percent compared to five to ten percent off on zero to three percent fats fats. According to a study notice the Third Reich affective foods or reviewing number studies suggest that the t.f is increased by larger meals sizes as opposed to frequent small meals at the intake of carbohydrates and protein as opposed to to dodge Fiat and HR fiscal activity. Also play a large role in. T. E. F. And as you all know the food you eat affects your metabolism and the speed at which you losing gain weight. But they all primary determinants. It's all about kind of deficits calorie surplus. Are you expanding more genial? Taking and so the thermic effective food and sympathetic nervous system activity in humans. Found that T. F. accounts for approximately ten percent all total daily energy expenditure. We must part of its as T. D. E. as well as macro groups having different effects. The level of processing of food also contributes with studies showing that the FEM INC effects of highly processed foods is substantially less than the whole foods county pause so people that are eating processed foods fall foods and not fresh organic ingredients on lots experiencing the full FEM INC affect food and have not spiking the metabolism after they eat there are a number of food which is said to have a higher fabric effect than others aside from you know saying whole proteins which can give a slight spike jewel of metabolism post consumption. That's things like spicy foods. So Chili Peppers capsicum and in Fact Review of Twenty Research Studies reports. Capstan can help your body around fifty extra calories per day. Coffee IS WELL STUDIED. Support that caffeine found. Obviously in your coffee can help to increase your metabolic rate by two eleven percent. There's apple cider vinegar different sorts of teas and so on but we do need to remember as Mike Matthews for legion. Athletic says that eating more energetic foods isn't the secret to that dream. Body giveaways hitching your mind. It's potentially a to help a little bit without sticking to the the the basic principles not games be a. He identified progressing finish journey. You can years thermic effect of food or volunteers by each Diet and this will help accelerate your weight loss. Butler said it sold ways down to the coal principles but practically speaking the wage do that It would eat high protein high carb moderate low fat diet so I hope that helps you understand a bit more about your diet on the food so that you'll understand why people say metabolism spiked up to the eighteen understand. Why and you may consider your food choices more Kathleen in the

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Has Canada reached Peak Craft Beer?

The Big Story

10:25 min | 6 months ago

Has Canada reached Peak Craft Beer?

"Do you know how far away from you your nearest brewery is. I have no idea where you live of course but I'm willing to bet. The answer is a lot closer than it used to be. No matter where you live in Canada and this goes I. Small towns of like three hundred people in cities of more than three million there is a craft brewery around the corner over the past decade. The rise of craft beer has actually been one of Canada's biggest entrepreneurial success stories but how long can that really last as an example? There are four cool little India Breweries within walking distance from my house. And I love it but I would have to be stupid to expect them all still be thriving and five here. Wouldn't I I mean there has to be a limit to how much Canadians love their beer. Right Jordan Heath Rawlings. This is the Big Story Stephanie. Marotta rights for Global Males Report on business. Hey Stephanie thanks for having me no problem. We're talking about one of my favorite topics. We had to do something. That's when I picked up the phone and said I'm calling you to talk about beer. Nolan's hung up on me amazing So start by putting into perspective. I guess because we're GonNa talk about this whole industry just how fast and big the rise of craft beer in Canada has been. It's been incredible. I think one of the reasons the story is resonating. So much with people is because no matter where you are in the country. It seems like there's a new craft brewery opening every month. Almost it's just skyrocketed so the number of breweries over the last five years has more than doubled so in two thousand fifteen. We had three hundred and eighty breweries across the country. That is now almost a thousand. It's crazy it's been astronomical and really that growth looks very different depending on where you are in the country so in Ontario British Columbia and Quebec. Those have the most mature. Craft Brew Industries at the moment and the between those three provinces they make up more than seventy five percent of all the craft breweries in the country but that growth has really caught up in other regions as well so last year. New Brunswick and Nova Scotia saw some of the fastest rates of newbury openings in the country but really Alberta led the charge on they saw sixty percent increase from seventy breweries. Two hundred and twelve breweries. Year-over-year year over here. So it's been an incredible amount of growth and when you have so many players coming into the market over just half a decade. The growth is just astounding. So how does that happen? A part of that a small part of it may be is the cool factor. No no that episode of high met your mother when Ted and Barney say that they want to open up a bar. It seems like a really fun place to be. But what's really interesting? Is that when you actually get to speak with these brewers? They have the most incredible stories. These are lawyers and engineers nurses and former Labor workers who are leaving their careers to come into this burgeoning industry and they're starting off by brewing in their garages before they scale to larger brick and mortar institutions. And they're starting off in these communities. That are really hungry for some economic development. So they're creating jobs and they're bringing money into the area. That's an attracted a ton of investment so from government investment arms like the BBC to private equity investors. A ton of money has been flowing into this because everyone wants a piece of this pie of on one end the success story of of creating jobs in an economy. That looks like what we're in right now and then on the other side have being able to say that Own a piece of a brewery. That's something really fun to say right. Answer the government gets into it then because these are popping up in neighborhoods that could use sources of jobs and economic development and so they will give them start up money essentially. Yeah through a couple of different methods. So we've seen a lot of investment from from governments into the sector so last year we saw the federal government and the government of Ontario Invest One Million Dollars Into Twenty craft breweries in Ontario. And that's in addition to a one point six million dollar investment from two thousand sixteen now while that sounds like small amounts in isolation. We're seeing a number of provincial governments across the country. Do exactly the same thing and further that we're seeing economic development arms like the BBC and the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency investing in in Craft Breweries and providing them with start up loans. When you put all of that together with a national scope that's a ton of money going into opening new breweries and then on the flip side. We've seen a lot of private equity go into this as well so often times when breweries can no longer access government funding for whatever reason it seems like a pretty easy thing to go out and find an angel investor venture capitalist. Who who wants to throw a million dollars into into a berry so this growth is still happening this year as we're talking. Yeah so the growth is expected to continue to climb. I was chatting with the Canadian. Craft brewers association and they expect another two hundred craft breweries to open up this year alone. That's a twenty percent increase year over year compared to the thousand that we currently have so. It's it's just going to continue to rise but there's gotta be a tipping point right like how much beer can Canadians reasonably consume. And I mean that seems like a funny question but it's not like at some point we're going to saturate the market right. I don't doubt the Canadians can drink their fair share of beer. Sure at all But I've seen a number of industry watchers trying predict this tipping point. And this moment where we're going to hit peak craft beer and I've had a lot of conversations with Roy Moore is the people who fund And Brewery Associations and from what? I'm hearing across. The board is that we are at this tipping point so we're seeing a number of craft breweries closed. Get put up for sale or diversify away from craft beer altogether and a large part of that is because Canadians are drinking less beer really. We're seeing it in the numbers so fifteen years ago. Canadians drank so much beer. That beer sales made up for fifty percent of all alcohol sales in the country. Now it's at a point that's only nine percent and that gradual decline is quickening now. It's not all doom and gloom. Canadians are still drinking beer. Just in different ways so one bright spot is that comedians do seem to be drinking more craft beer even though beer sales are declining overall. So if we look at the L. C. B. O. Just to is late that as an example last year craft beer sales increased twenty seven percent year-over-year now that is slower than the forty percent increase in. They saw the year before in twenty teen while. They're still seeing a spike. It's beginning to slow down and despite that big surge in people buying craft beer. It's still only accounts for ten percent of total beer sales at the L. CBO. It certainly accounts for more than ten percent of the shelf space. It does luckily for grab brewers. It does a lot of liquor. Boards have been increasing. Their shelf. Space Craft Breweries little bits every year. Like Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation. They've increase their craft beer shelf space from twenty-seven percent last year to thirty two percent this year so we are seeing marginal increases and even at the L. C. B. O. I think is about eight years ago. They they listed thirty three different craft breweries and now that's increased to one hundred and eighty. The issue is that that falls far short from the three hundred breweries. That are in Ontario alone. There are one hundred twenty breweries that can't get listed and even if you are listed that doesn't mean that you're in every store across Ontario depending on how much beer you produce. You might only be able to get listed in two or three Elsie. B O's within a certain distance from your store so that speaks to something that I wanted to get out because you talk about. How startups for Craft Breweries are exploding? And everybody wants to get into it. And it's not that hard to get funding and get going. How difficult is it to sustain a craft brewery as as a business you know how many of these Newbury's actually break even Make money statistics. Canada says that only fifty percent of the small to medium size breweries in the country are profitable and from speaking. With brewers. It takes about five to seven years to start turning a profit now. We're at an point in candidates beer industry because craft beer really started to grow about five years ago. So we're just now hitting that point where craft brewers are starting to figure out whether they're able to make ends meet and what. I'm seeing a lot of something that I'm hearing. That crafters trying to do is they're trying to get in on different segments. That are growing faster than craft beer so at a point where consumers are moving away from beer and drinking more wine. They're drinking more spirits more ready to drink products. So I'm hearing. The brewers are getting into distilling. They're getting into some of. Those funds Seltzer products. That are more low calorie and speak to a healthier lifestyle. So you're starting to see little tweaks and you're also seeing some brewers start to realize that maybe they can't make this work after all this podcast will be right back after a really quick message. Can you guess the average dollar amount Canadian households have in savings according to the most recent data? It is just eight hundred and fifty two dollars now. The recommended rate of savings in Canada is ten percent and traditionally Canada's historical rate has been around seven point five percent last year though. It was one point seven. That doesn't sound like a lot because it isn't it can be hard to save today for people who are often carrying debt. It can be even harder in fact thirty nine percent of Canadians right now of all ages. Don't think they will ever save enough for retirement. So how do you save when there's not much there to start with? Well you need a plan and we'll be back after this episode to you how. Rbc's my advisor can help you get started even if you only have a little you can visit our BBC Dot Com slash advisor to find out more right now or enjoy the rest of this podcast and we'll be there at the end to tell you more.

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"thirty two percent" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:55 min | 10 months ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"I said it's Friday November eighth is it just me or was Michael Bloomberg once in the presidential mix for the Democrats and then he got out now he's now he's thinking about getting back in and some people are acting like he never was anywhere near it well Michael Bloomberg and another name from the not so distant past figuring into next year's election perhaps we start this morning with fox's trace Gallagher billionaire former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg will soon be a twenty twenty democratic presidential contender he's expected to file paperwork to meet the deadline to enter the Alabama primary his spokesperson tells fox news the president trump needs to be held accountable quoting here Mike is increasingly concerned that the current field of candidates is not well positioned to do that Mike would be able to take the fight to trump and when the last part is a bit debatable considering a fox news poll this week shows only six percent of democratic primary voters would definitely vote for Bloomberg thirty two percent definitely would not vote for it meantime former Attorney General Jeff sessions announced that he's running for the Senate seat he held for twenty years but to win experts say he'll need to earn back the president's support where she could be an issue considering the president called sessions the worst mistake of his presidency but the former AG says he still fully supports the president's agenda I was for this agenda before president trump announced that's not supported it when he was president how when he was running for president I supported him and if I return to the Senate I will know senator in the Senate will be more effective in advancing president trump to gender than ours and we should note a new club for growth poll shows that sessions has a seventy one percent approval rate among Alabama GOP primary voters.

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"thirty two percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:10 min | 1 year 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 ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:32 min | 1 year 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 News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"State. Senator Leia mirror with a thirty, four percent to thirty two percent lead over businessman. Kevin, Nicholson in the United States Republican primary margin of error for the poll seven percent this does continue a trend for mayor. She has increased support for the first time, leads in this poll and she, joins me live on the phone Senator mirror how you doing thanks for, taking the time I'm well Dan, thank you, so much, for having me on the air appreciate it so your reaction to this poll you've obviously got to be very excited about this well. We are because it shows. What we've been saying really ever since the endorsement of the. Grass roots at the GOP, convention momentum is with our campaign and. You know think about Dan despite seven point Five million, millions of dollars million dollars, being, spent, to prop, up, my, opponent we're winning this race since March we, have moved upset fifteen points in the polls in contrast my opponent is only picked up a net four points and, down five from when this poll was taken last month so I think the takeaway is. That the more people hear about me. And my proven track record they know than I am the best, option to Tammy Baldwin this fall and this does track with the direction. Of this race you went. From nineteen percent, support in February and March in may received the endorsement. I believe. It was seventy three percent of, delegates to the state convention for the state party's. Endorsement, and since then you jumped up to thirty two percent now thirty four percent in the July poll whereas your opponent sort. Of peaked in June at. Thirty seven percent, but then his support evidence thirty Two now you, said this was a function of all the money that is being spent on. His behalf could you elaborate on. That no I'm saying, despite that he is spending. That amount, of money I am still winning this race and you know he has prepared to through his super Pac not him. Obviously we have no real control over super PACS but that's super Pac that is supporting and the, club for growth is prepared to throw another two million at me to. Try to bring me down they have a track record. Of doing that here in Wisconsin but I'm here to tell you that our message. Is resonating the fact that I am a proven consistent conservative behind work of traveling to every single. County to be in every part of this great state. Of ours seventy five thousand miles on my, car actually seventy six now we just hit that marker, this week, and our message of grass roots Resonating and we're going to continue to take that message around the. State I'm. Grateful with the party's endorsement to have the volunteers in every corner of the state knocking on doors. Making phone calls for me? But, I'm I have to I have to continue to work hard. For the next four weeks when you have an out of state special interest groups that are, are very. Concerned that I will be that person who's going, to drain the swamp challenge the status quo and they come after me with two million dollars these are the same insiders Dan who tried to stop. President Trump they spent millions of dollars bashing him here in. Wisconsin they spent money attacking Scott Walker they when he ran. For governor of course went after governor Thompson, who came out with a statement just yesterday about this and unfortunately these personal tax are nothing more than an effort to distract from my opponent's lack, of a record. As a conservative and and that has always been a distinction between us so This. Is obviously something that he is. Trying to turn into a strength, and I, don't wanna get too much into the back and forth between YouTube but obviously. With less, than a month to go in the primary there was he has been on, Fox News.

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"thirty two percent" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Evans and she's written a piece entitled. Many breast cancer patients don't get recommended follow up study finds what's going on here what are we learning so the study found. A couple of interesting things one about thirty percent of the women in, the study didn't get the recommended screening that they were supposed, to get after treatment so this is a group of women who had early stage. Breast cancer and the recommendation is that they get within about a year a surgery that they get a, mammogram are reasons why they may not get one but this study tried to make sure that they kind of checked. To. See if any applied and they they still found that that women were not getting the Mammograms they're supposed to, interestingly they also found about thirty two percent of women in the study we're getting. Kind of screaming that they're they're not that is not recommended which is c. t. scans or pet scans, of parts of the body other than other than Nebraska Why is that That's an interesting question that the study did not answer people that I talked to had a. Couple of ideas why that could. Be the case one of the study's authors said that it could be that doctors practice differently around the country and those sort of slate differences in how doctors practice could account for some women not getting the recommended screening that they need or getting something that. They don't need another reason may be being diety that women feel after after, breast cancer surgery which when I talked to, a cantor expert they said it, is? Completely understandable right that women would be anxious, and that they that women may press for two more extensive screening that women, are just worried but the cancer will, recur and spread which is understandably it's a. Very understandable fear so when I, talked to anthrax, the basically said You know explaining to someone who, is understandably anxious Walking them through the recommendations and explaining. Maybe why this imaging is not needed takes time and sometimes doctors are really. Busy and they don't have a lot of time and so they, just order, a test instead of having the conversation We're speaking with Wall Street Journal health care reporter Melanie Evans she's. Written a piece entitled.

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"thirty two percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The girls soccer has the highest per capita rate of concussions among high school sports with roughly twenty seven percent of all injuries in that sport being traumatic brain injuries that compared to a twenty four percent correlation between brain injuries and overall injuries in football according to north western this is the first study to show concussions now account for a higher proportion of injuries and girls soccer than football with the russian rate three times higher than that of boy soccer comparatively football's numbers fall within a percentage point of both girls basketball and boys soccer i'm tj computer survey asking that aim which president has done the best job in their lifetime spiro bama forty four percent named mr obama is the best or second best president of their lifetime but a third mentioned bill clinton with thirty three percent ronald reagan at thirty two percent president trump came in at nineteen percent i'm elliot francis katie and i were with brian from certified heating and air conditioning the other day and we love to talk to are those who are with us here on case if oh our wonderful sponsors and brian's one of those guys he avid listener and so we asked okay what's unique about the case of he said katie oh yeah yeah yeah talking about how we don't wait for things to break we go ahead and take care of them you know before they do totally proactive the case villa listener is proactive in fact here's what he told us listeners are always fun because they're the ones that ninety percent of the time or super proactive about the things that they're doing they're always taking advantage of our special to make sure that they can get through summer months or or cold winter days without having to worry about any kind of breakdowns and they liked the fact that we come out and teach them and give them an experience of knowledge to what's going on call certified heating and.

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"thirty two percent" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Glenn beck ben stew for glenn the glenn beck program triple eight seventy seven back found this article written by vox couple years ago was this two thousand fifteen on the fourth of july the headline is three reasons the american revolution was a mistake this july fourth let's not mince words american independence in seventeen seventy six was a monumental mistake we should be mourning the fact that we left the united kingdom not cheering it now at this point it crosses your mind they're trying to make maybe some interesting observations about this era yeah maybe you could have gone about it a different way or made a few mistakes here and there and you're thinking maybe they're just trying to illustrate this in the most explosive way possible to get clicks right yeah you you pretty quickly realize no there they just hate america yeah it's just not a fan not fans of the revolution of our founders of any of it legitimately don't like the country it's who was it yesterday that had to delete their tweet oh it was a brit hume he tweeted out the democrats hate him heat america or at least that they're they don't love it america dump democrat democratic americans don't love america and then you read articles like this you got to think well there's something to that does some of them really don't some of them really and we just had the the poll the other day of how many americans are extremely proud to be american was thirty two percent of democrats thirty two percent wow that's high now you might think okay that's yeah guest seventy four percent of republicans well because you think well trump you know they're not proud because of trump but it was only forty six percent when obama was in office and that does not surprise me again the entire philosophy was basically written around how america went the wrong direction at some point in our history right and we've never been able to be progressive enough to get it back on track i mean look at look at barack obama with the fundamental transformation of america how many times have we make the point that you fundamentally fundamentally transform something you love t tell your wife i really love you honey but i just really want to fundamentally transform you just want you to be completely different in every way the whatever is at the base of your soul is wrong and i just want to change that so yeah you don't i mean obviously you don't love it if you want to fundamentally transform it but doesn't that make sense right i you could say if you let's say you have a relative that has a massive drug problem he love them but you want to fundamentally transform them right but that's how serious they look at this let's see that's not even fundamental transformation that's just that's just altering a one flaw one character flaw at the foundation at the fundamental level that really says something it's yeah it's even more serious i guess it's it's real serious anyway the article he continues of course evaluating the wisdom of the american revolution means dealing with counterfactual 's as any.

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"thirty two percent" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"For glenn the glenn beck program triple eight seventy seven back found this article written by vox couple years ago was this two thousand fifteen on the fourth of july the headline is three reasons the american revolution was a mistake this july fourth let's not mince words american independence in seventeen seventy six was a monumental mistake we should be mourning the fact that we left the united kingdom not cheering it now at this point she's crosses your mind they're trying to make maybe some interesting observations about this era yeah maybe you could have gone about it a different way or made a few mistakes here and there and you're thinking maybe they're just trying to illustrate this in the most explosive way possible to get clicks right yeah you pretty quickly realize they just hate america yeah it's just not a fan fans of of of the revolution of our founders of any of it legitimately don't like the country it's who was it yesterday that had to delete a tweet oh it was a brit hume he tweeted out the democrats hatim heat america or at least that they're they don't love it america dump democrat democratic americans don't love america and then you read articles like this and you gotta think there's something to that does some of them really don't some of them really and we just had the the poll the other day of how many americans are extremely proud to be american was thirty two percent of democrats thirty two percent wow that's high now you might think okay that's guest seventy four percent of republicans well because you think well trump you know they're not proud because of trump but it was only forty six percent when obama was in office and that does not surprise me again the higher philosophy was basically written around how america went the wrong direction at some point in our history right and we've never been able to be progressive enough to get it back on track i mean look at look at barack obama with the fundamental transformation of america how many times have we make the point that you don't fundamentally fundamentally transform something you love t tell your wife i really love you honey but i just really want to fundamentally transform you just want you to be completely different in every way the whatever is at the base of your soul is wrong and i just want to change that so yeah you don't i mean obviously you don't love it if you want to fundamentally transform it but doesn't that make sense i you could say if you let's say you have a relative that has a massive drug problem you love them but you want to fundamentally transform them right but that's how serious they look at this let's see that's not even fundamental transformation that's just that's just altering a one flaw one character flaw at the foundation at the fundamental level that really says something yeah it's even more serious i guess it's it's real serious anyway the article he continues of course evaluating the wisdom of the american revolution means dealing with counterfactual as any.

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"thirty two percent" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Glenn beck patents do for glenn the glenn beck program triple eight seventy seven back found this article written by vox couple years ago was this two thousand fifteen on the fourth of july the headline is three reasons the american revolution was a mistake this july fourth let's not mince words american independence in seventeen seventy six was a monumental mistake we should be mourning the fact that we left the united kingdom not cheering it now at this point she's crosses your mind they're trying to make maybe some interesting observations about this era maybe you could have gone about it a different way or made a few mistakes here and there and you thinking maybe they're just trying to illustrate this in the most explosive way possible to get clicks right yeah you pretty quickly realize no there they just hate america yeah it's just not a fan not fans of of the revolution of our founders of any of it legitimately don't like the country who was it yesterday that had to delete their tweet oh it was a brit hume he tweeted out the democrats hate them hate america or at least that they're they don't love it america dump democrat democratic americans don't love america and then you read articles like this and you gotta think there's something to that does some of them really don't some of them really and we just had the poll the other day of how many americans are extremely proud to be american was thirty two percent of democrats thirty two percent wow that's high now you might think okay that's yeah guest seventy four percent of republicans well because you think well trump you know they're not proud because of trump but it was only forty six percent when obama was in office and that does not surprise me again the entire philosophy was basically written around how america went the wrong direction at some point in our history right and we've never been able to be progressive enough to get it back on track i mean look at look at barack obama with fundamental transformation of america how many times we make the point that you don't fundament fundamentally transform something you love t tell your wife i really love you honey but i just really want to fundamentally transform you just want you to be completely different in every way right whatever is at the base of your soul is wrong and i just want to change that so yeah you don't i mean obviously you don't love it if you want to fundamentally transform it doesn't that make sense right like i you could say if you let's say you have a relative that has a massive drug problem you love them but you want to fundamentally transform them right but that's how serious they look at this let's see that's not even fundamental transformation that's just that's just altering a one flaw one character flaw at the foundation at the fundamental level that really says something it's yeah it's even more serious i guess it's it's real serious anyway the vox article he continues of course evaluating the wisdom of the american revolution means dealing with counterfactual as any.

Glenn beck thirty two percent seventy four percent forty six percent
"thirty two percent" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"The program the glenn beck program right here on five seventy glenn the glenn beck program triple eight seventy seven back found this article written by vox couple years ago was this two thousand fifteen on the fourth of july the headline is three reasons the american revolution was a mistake this july fourth let's not mince words american independence in seventeen seventy six was a monumental mistake we should be mourning the fact that we left the united kingdom not cheering it now at this point it crosses your mind they're trying to make maybe some interesting observations about this era yeah maybe you could have gone about it a different way or made a few mistakes here and there and you're thinking maybe they're just trying to illustrate this in the most explosive way possible to clicks right yeah you pretty quickly realize there they just hate america yeah it's just not a fan fans of of of the revolution of our founders of any of it legitimately don't like the country who was it yesterday that had to delete their tweet oh it was a brit hume he tweeted out the democrats hate them hate america or at least that they're they don't love it america dump democrat democratic americans don't love america and then you read articles like this and you gotta think wohlers something to that does some of them really don't some of them really and we just had the the poll the other day of how many americans are extremely proud to be american was thirty two percent of democrats thirty two percent wow that's high now you might think okay that's yeah seventy four percent of republicans because you think well trump you know they're not proud because of trump but it was only forty six percent when obama was in office and that does not surprise me again the entire philosophy was basically written around how america went the wrong direction at some point in our history right and we've never been able to be progressive enough to get it back on track i mean look at look at barack obama with the fundamental transformation of america how many times have we make the point that you fundament fundamentally transform something you love t tell your wife i really love you honey but i just really want to fundamentally transform you just want you to be completely different in every way whatever is at the base of your soul is wrong and i just want to change that so yeah you don't i mean obviously you don't love it if you want to fundamentally transform it doesn't that make sense i you could say if you let's say you have a relative that has a massive drug problem he might love them but you want to fundamentally transform them right but that's how serious they look at this let's see that's not even fundamental transformation that's just that's just altering a one flaw one character flaw at the foundation at the fundamental level that really says something it's yeah it's even more serious i guess it's it's real serious anyway the vox article he continues of course evaluating the wisdom of the american revolution means dealing with counterfactual as any.

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"thirty two percent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Glenn beck patents do for glenn the glenn beck program triple eight seventy seven back found this article written by vox couple years ago was this two thousand fifteen on the fourth of july the headline is three reasons the american revolution was a mistake this july fourth let's not mince words american independence in seventeen seventy six was a monumental mistake we should be mourning the fact that we left the united kingdom not cheering it now at this point she crosses your mind they're trying to make maybe some interesting observations about this era yeah maybe you could have gone about it a different way or made a few mistakes here and there and you're thinking maybe they're just trying to illustrate this in the most explosive way possible to get clicks right yeah are you pretty quickly realize no there they just hate america yeah it's just not a fan fans of of of the revolution of our founders of any of it legitimately don't like the country it's who was it yesterday that had to delete their tweet oh it was a brit hume he tweeted out the democrats hate them hate america or at least that they're they don't love it america dump democrat democratic americans don't love america and then you read articles like this and you gotta think there's something to that does some of them really don't some of them really and we just had the poll the other day of how many americans are extremely proud to be american was thirty two percent of democrats thirty two percent wow that's high now you might think okay that's yeah seventy four percent of republicans well because you think well trump you know they're not proud because of trump but it was only forty six percent when obama was in office and that does not surprise me again the higher philosophy was basically written around how america went the wrong direction at some point in our history right and we've never been able to be progressive enough to get it back on track i mean look at look at barack obama with the fundamental transformation of america how many times we make the point that you fundament fundamentally transform something you love t tell your wife i really love you honey but i just really want to fundamentally transform you just want to be completely different in every way whatever is at the base of your soul is wrong and i just want to change that so yeah you don't i mean obviously you don't love it if you want to fundamentally transform it doesn't that make sense i you could say if you let's say you have a relative that has a massive drug problem love them but you want to fundamentally transform them right but that's how serious they look at this let's see that's not even fundamental transformation that's just that's just altering a one flaw one character flaw at the foundation at the fundamental level that really says something yeah it's even more serious i guess it's it's real serious anyway the article he continues of course evaluating the wisdom of the american revolution means dealing with counterfactual as.

Glenn beck thirty two percent seventy four percent forty six percent
"thirty two percent" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"An extra two total wine and more they always find something that's freakin delicious see more we have a democrat let's grab a line four james and maggie is in san antonio texas maggie i think you're the first democrat to call in again the latest gallup poll they've been doing this for about eighteen years i i would imagine it's around the fourth of july because it's out today on americans that are extremely proud to be an american only thirty two percent of democrats are extremely proud to be an american maggie in texas you say you're a democrat are you extremely proud i'm not sure it's a question of being proud or not i think it's about feeling blessed to be an american does that make sense well listen i can understand or as close as i can go i think it's going to very individual individual but i understand the concept of being blessed of a about being an american refilling blessed but i still think you can feel blessed and extremely proud so i guess the question i i want to stick with the gallup polling here and if you're a democrat i imagine that you voted for hillary versus trump in two thousand sixteen is that correct yes i did i well i'm gonna i'm gonna ask the gallup question are you extremely proud to be an american well i have to say with some of the things that the president has said and the way he's represented our country i i think it's in my opinion well i don't think it was you don't have to be a political genius or as i like to put it in a rocket surgeon to figure out that the disparity between the democrats and the republicans and only thirty two percent of democrats being extremely proud to be an american clearly that falls squarely on their dislike for trump and i i you're you're confirming that maggie so scientifically here on the show i think you have i think that's exactly what gal you're confirming would gallop is representing the polling maggie thanks for the call folks back in a minute yeah my number two does not look like a number two i don't know what to call it is there a number three table for four please anything close to the restaurant middle seat with these stomach problems that's my fear of flying.

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"thirty two percent" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Is this schnitt show here we go on the third of july tomorrow of course being the fourth of july not only this nation's birthday but also my son julian's birthday well not gonna spend the fourth of july with my son because he's with friends of in alaska so that's a great place to be for his birthday so happy birthday julian he's an very remote part of alaska so i doubt he's watching or listening to the show right now hey speaking of the fourth of july and we're going to be all over the road today as as i look at my my schnitt lewis pile it's a very vast and wide today with tomorrow be the fourth of july i'm not quite happy with these numbers that i saw the latest gallup polling is out so gallup has done a poll now for well let's since two thousand three's so what does that was a fifteen years or so is that is that about right yeah i guess fifteen years gallup has done a survey on americans and how proud they are to be an american and well numbers this year par some of the numbers not very thrilled here less than half i mean really less than half of adults in the united states are quote extremely proud to be an american less than half and when you then extrapolate democrats only out it's just less than a third thirty two percent so overall overall it looks like forty seven percent forty seven percent of us adults are extremely proud to be an american so that's over all forty seven percent that's a composite but when you take democrats only standalone number only thirty two percent of democrats are extremely proud to be an american republicans the extremely proud number is much higher than democrats it is now at seventy four percent it had gone down to sixty eight percent in twenty sixteen but now in the latest survey from gallup seventy four percent of republicans are quote unquote extremely proud to be an american i mean what a disparity what a difference in breath thirty two percent that's less than a third of democrats only thirty two percent of democrats are proud are extremely proud to be an american versus seventy four percent of republicans that this is unfathomable i'd love to you know what let's go to phones early let's go to phones early on the program i wasn't even getting this was just going to be a little a quick little kicker item because tomorrow is the fourth of july and you know what i want to expand this i want to expand this a little more and i wanna go to phones here now i know that listen a lot of folks are on vacation you know talking to my you know my radio buddies around the country and a lot of their phones have been slower because a lot of people have just taken this week off but i'm sure we can conjure up between our radio listeners nationwide and our newsmax tv viewers right now i'd love to hear from you what are your thoughts and also if you are a democrat i like to know are you among the less than one third that are extremely proud to be an american and i want to know why and is this pinned on trump the democrats are disgruntled with trump as president and therefore that is less listen they're they're they're proud of being an american let's let's try to drill up some phones here eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine.

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"thirty two percent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Only standalone number only thirty two percent of democrats are extremely proud to be an american republicans the extremely proud number is much higher than democrats it is now at seventy four percent it had gone down to sixty eight percent in twenty sixteen but now in the latest survey from gallup seventy four percent of republicans are quote unquote extremely proud to be an american i mean what a disparity what a difference in breadth thirty two percent that's less than a third of democrats only thirty two percent of democrats are proud are extremely proud to be an american versus seventy four percent of republicans to be this is unfathomable i love to you know what let's go to phones early let's go to phones early on the program i wasn't even going to this was just going to be a little a quick little kicker item because tomorrow is the fourth of july and you know what i want to expand this i want to expand this a little more and i want to go to phones here now i know that list a lot of folks are on vacation you know talking to my you know my radio buddies around the country and a lot of their phones have been slower because a lot of people have just taken this week off but listen i'm sure we can conjure up between our radio listeners nationwide.

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"thirty two percent" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"They orgasm thirty two percent more more with another lady friend yeah how random thirty two percent three hundred women where surveyed around the world oddly specific dumping choose so it is about a third no no no not about third thirty three yeah you're right so but wait a minute this is like a self selecting group this is mike pence's wight was in this current this is a group of super horny freewheeling broads or orgasmic in the first place probably but there's a lot of twenty three hundred women yeah i'm just saying but you're taking a group who likes good oregon and then also doesn't wear the people who don't like good orgasm yeah well again they're not they're not signing up for anything and the the other thing is it's all orel sex women love oral sex they that women no women love oral sex you know what i mean like i'm sure all the parts work because they're yours i'm sure if a cat on let's not do any pussy math but i'm sure can't could pet other cats it wouldn't do with like a six year old does to cat grabs robin pickup dude is the six year old so right that's the problem we sixyearold trying to pet a cat you've done it done it that's it i used to a love line all the time which is like women are cats and men are dogs and if you see my dog you people rolm over and search smacking his belly like you're playing the bongos come on you it's like grab and wrestle how i love and so guys well look it's pretty simple we do almost everything we graft onto other so if you like a chili dog you go oh my god this place makes a chilean someone go like i don't really like any all come on you love everyone's this is the best chilly have it silly dog and i don't eat chili a what what's wrong.

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"thirty two percent" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two percent" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Is that what we will do is try to make sure that the people in the most purple districts are the ones that rule our entire strategy that look it's we're not we know politics i i don't want to lose those purple seats nobody wants to lose those purple seats but right now donald trump is posing a thirty two percent but that's not in jeopardy so when you pretend anything as much in jeopardy as it has ever been you're doing that to excuse inaction in second of all when you consistently program your entire party around the most conservative democrats you get to another bigger problem which you never acknowledge which is that you don't make the progressive pace and you don't fight for the progressive case why oh no no in no order i don't want wanting to to enjoyable don't go democrats oldest centrist 'corporalist democrats i don't want to endanger them let's make sure leadership size what though that is a terrible idea that is what this has led to surrender after surrender and why republicans win elections even though democrats have the all the demographics and all the policy issues on their side okay finally one more piece here for democrats reluctant even broach the topic that may mean explicit evidence linking trump the russian collusion or obstruction of justice and mollar's report anything less boost those and other moderate lawmakers argue and democrats risk imperilling their house majority almost as soon as they take control.

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