21 Burst results for "Twenty Four Forty Eight Hours"

"Should I Sacrifice On Pay To Work In My Dream Career?"

The Ken Coleman Show

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"Should I Sacrifice On Pay To Work In My Dream Career?"

"I am coming to you. Live from ramsey solutions. Studios in nashville. And you or joining a conversation about who you are what you were created to do where you want to do that and how you can get there. It is a different kind of talk radio talking purpose and your purposes and actually about you. It's about others. You were created to fill a unique role in and through your work. That means you are needed your tremendously valuable and it means you must do it. You must do that thing. You must perform that role because somebody out there need you to show up day in and day out week in and week out year in and year out and be the best version of you. We're talking about working like no one else. Combining that personal mission with that professional vision. Taking your mondays back. You shouldn't be miserable driving in on monday. Life is too short live for the weekend. Sadly workers all around the world. Try to make it to friday quitting top and it's been the next twenty four forty eight hours trying to drown their sorrows sometimes literally from the week ahead and sunday night. The tension returns the misery returns on the way into the office on monday morning. Folks if that's not what you want you're in the right place. Eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven to call in show at your show. You're one phone. Call away from clarity. You have the answers. It's my job to pull them out of you. Let's go eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven. The website is ken. Coleman dot com. Follow me on instagram at. Ken coleman to be equipped encouraged and even entertained from time to time. We started off in jacksonville florida. Michelle joins us there michelle. You're on the ken. Coleman show how are you. I'm living the dream. Shell what's going on. I said i'm good. It's a pleasure to be speaking with you today. my question. I'll start off you know. I'm in the lamar. I'm wondering if i should sacrifice and take a lower paying salaries in which is a significant pay cut to pursue a position in a different field. The work well. I need to know more before. I answer that one. What is the field of work and then take me further not just into the field because that the it implies that you're gonna beginning entry level here which would be the reason. Hey cut but take me to the dream. Take me to the mountain. Top in that field. So what's the field and then what would be the dream job So i wanna get into human resources. I actually don't know what my dream job would be within the human resources umbrella. I'm not sure if it would be benefits payroll maybe just a generalist position or employee relations. i'm kind of in the field now but not not so much. Kind of that core I'm in talent acquisition. So we're kind of alongside day. We partner with them a lot and become the company i work for. It's a great company. But i've been kind of just stuck on that talent acquisition side. There hasn't been many opportunities for me to jump human resources or even to learn Other than kind of that surface. So i you know took it upon myself to explore other opportunities outside of the company to really see you know what is out there for human resources. How can i get started I've been in my line of work for about eight years so with that. I've got promotions. I've thought raises. And at this point. My my compensation You know a little bit higher. What's your station about. Eighty thousand right now while. Okay so i think. I i gotta tell you michelle. I think. There's a disconnect somewhere here. I don't know how someone is sharp as you who has moved up the ladder in talent acquisition. Now making eighty thousand dollars a year. Can't catch a opportunity to move. I even want to say laterally in your own company. And i'm not doubting you. I'm just saying there's a disconnect. How is it that you are succeeding and growing in company and and not and not one opportunity to move over into the hr side of things has ever developed. How is that possible. Since being with the company i i've seen you know opportunities for between only just a couple you know would pop up here in there. Maybe once a year once every six months and either we're looking for more qualified people so that means searching externally for someone that already has those credential or or kind of competitive internally. We have a big. Hr team so everyone trying to shift on over okay but you will. Have you made the right relationship connections within your company with the hr decision makers given that you're working with them in your certainly in the same building I have to a certain extent. I haven't you know bluntly tell them that you know i want to be in a pause. I'm not saying that's the. That's the single silver bullet revelation of this phone call. But that's a big one right there. The wing you said it actually is beautiful. You said it really. Well you've just haven't bluntly told him. I want to be over here. Don't you think that's a challenge. That's a problem. I guess. I am. Because i haven't said that i'm kind of afraid of their reaction or or what they would say or if they interpreted. What's the worst that could happen. Let's let's go to your. I love this exercise. This is the monster under the bed. That our kids tell us dan. I'm telling you there is a monster. There's a dragon is going to eat me as soon as you close the door.

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MLB Restart: Everything You Need to Know About Spring Training 2.0

ESPN Daily

04:54 min | 2 years ago

MLB Restart: Everything You Need to Know About Spring Training 2.0

"Jesse the day is finally here. Baseball players are reporting. Play Ball. I mean that's exactly what everyone is thinking. We're finally at a place where we can start watching baseball instead of just talking about Labor problems. Jesse Rogers covers baseball for ESPN. Jesse you've been covering mobis attempt to get restarted since they shut down and today. You've got this piece out on Spring Training two point zero David. Sean filled which you informed us. They're calling summer camp a lot of sense to it. There's a lot to cover, so let's start here. After weeks of contentious and ultimately failed negotiations between baseball, and the Players Association which we documented here. The League is finally implemented a sixty game season, which is set to start on July, twenty third or twenty fourth players are reporting two camps today in many cases of their home stadiums. What do you expect that scene to look like? Packing lots are going to turn into intake testing sites. I think that's the first thing we're GONNA. See obviously. Every stadium is different. Some will be accessible for fans or cameraman to shoot. Others will be. Accessing let's face it so to see a line of cars obviously throughout the day. For throughout the next couple of days, pulling in players are going to get tested, and then they're going to go back home for the next twenty four or forty hours whenever they are cleared to come back or if they have a positive test, they're gonNa, say stayed home. They're gonNA. have to go through some jump through some hurdles. Jump through some hoops. I should say before they can come back and start spring training two point, oh, or or summer camp as you mentioned so first and foremost. Is The testing outside the stadiums? Nobody's GonNa go down in the locker room in the clubhouse in the traders room and get tested because you're positive, the already potentially spreading it around you. There's been sort of names or numbers trickling out on baseball players like players in other sports testing positive starting today. Are we just going to get a wave of numbers of positive tests? You never know if we're get it today or twenty four forty eight hours from now because there is a lag time, basically the answer your question is yes. Some people think as many as one hundred fifty players are going to test positive. Now there's up to eighteen hundred players reporting so maybe one fifty doesn't sound like a lot of other people think it might be a lot less than that fifty to seventy five players, but there will be dozens of players testing positive. That is the expectation, and then of course those players have to be isolated before they could get back on the field. That involves being tested in coming up with negative tests twice over the span of twenty four hours to separate tests. And there's a couple of hurdles after that as well, but yeah, the expectation is there will be positive tests in an potentially in dozens or more in the coming days. So what happens when players either test negative or recover, and then they get in basically, what does a typical summer training day look like? One thing they're going to try to do is obviously social distance as much as they can. When the whole team has to be on the field, they have to be on the field, but they will do their best to stagger some workouts. A picture might throw separate from everyone else because that's the only thing he's doing that day, and then he leaves the park. Obviously, the game does provide. Provide some distance just in where they are situated situated on the field, unlike some of the other sports now during a game, there are moments where runner, obviously at first base is going to be next to that first baseman or what he slides into second base, and he's getting tagged, but the sport does lend itself to being socially distance as much as any other sport. That's out there. So this will be happening at home ballparks across the country correct. Yes they decided a few weeks ago to do this. That's where the teams want to do it. That's where the players want to do it. It turns out Arizona and Florida are spiking also. That's where spring training is held for all thirty teams, and it probably would not have been a good idea to be down there right now. Anyway, but players didn't want to go back there. In hundred degree he and being some sort of bubble. The League was trying to formulate. They said let's just do spring training at our home ballparks. Yes, we won't be able to play the other teams like we normally do in spring training early GonNa have intra squad games until the very end. Where maybe the cubs play the white sox dodgers play the angels. Mets play the Yankees, but for the most part. It's going to be just their team inside their home stadium.

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Covid-19 is now in more than 50 countries

Political Breakdown

06:31 min | 2 years ago

Covid-19 is now in more than 50 countries

"Let's first turn our attention to the coronavirus and efforts to contain it cobit nineteen the novel coronavirus disease has now spread to more than fifty countries and for the first time there are now more new cases outside of China where it originated then inside the country on Wednesday president trump held a news conference about the government's response to the illness flanked by health officials he appointed vice president Mike pence to direct efforts to contain its spread while seeming to downplay the risk to Americans not San Francisco meanwhile is on high alert although there have been no cases in the city mayor London breed declared a state of emergency to mobilize resources and prepare for possible outbreaks and there now appears to be a second person in the United States who contracted the virus through unknown origins both of those patients are from the bay area Solano and Santa Clara counties joining me now is Dr Charles Chu an infectious disease expert and professor at UC San Francisco doctor to thank you for being with us and it's a very busy time for you Dr sure there's a lot of fear in the community right now how much concern should people have what level is appropriate I think we should be worried we we definitely should be concerned because we are starting to see some cases of of the virus circulating in the community and by that I mean cases of infection where we don't know where it came from we don't know how this one individual ones from Solano county became infected and we also do not know how the second case in in Santa Clara county became infected as well so I think we should be worried we should be but at the same time we should also be quite vigilant and really be able to keep in touch with the with the guidance from our public health agencies and manage medical authorities which is to make sure you wash your hands to make sure you don't touch your face after that what else would you recommend for the recognition would not be too old to wear masks for instance not at this time yet we still do not see definitive evidence that we have community transmission we have lots and lots of cases that are being that that that are circulating in the community but the other thing would be to get your influenza vaccination because it's still the fact that influence is far more common than than getting an infection from this virus and so if you get your influenza vaccine vaccination that's just to protect you from that it's not going to help you with this new virus that yes yeah the influx of the influenza vaccine doesn't protect you against this virus but it does protect you against influenza and influenza this year has already been responsible for thousands of deaths so it it's it's just to put things into proportion your risk of actually getting influenza is still far greater than your risk of getting infected with this fires on their website the centers for disease control says quote the potential public health threat posed by code nineteen the formal name for this virus is very high both globally and to the United States where do you think we are in the trajectory of this virus how do you expect it to evolve well well right now we're actually seeing more cases of the infection from the virus outside of China it used to be that the vast majority of cases were in China but I I think as of yesterday there was a turning point in that we're now seeing evidence of transmission say of the virus in other countries say in South Korea and Japan in Italy and Iran so far it appears that at least the United States we still have very few cases under fifty I believe and out of which nearly all of the cases we're able to track meaning that they're either returning travelers from China that were able to follow do contact tracing on as well as potential individuals who come back because are quarantined these two cases though are the first cases of community acquired transmission where we did not we did not know where they got infected from and do you expect to see more of those will this become a seasonal virus I expect I I believe that that's certainly a possibility one thing that might happen and that may be due due to the characteristics of this virus that roughly about the the majority of people roughly about eighty to eighty five percent of people infected they have mild symptoms that have no symptoms at all it's only the small fraction of say ten to fifteen percent of of of individuals affected who develop more severe disease which is pneumonia so I I do feel that there may be there is certainly the possibility and the CDC has warned of this there's certainly the possibility that we may see ongoing community transmission and more more cases of this virus in the community let's turn now to talking about testing and then therapies so first on the testing yesterday governor Gavin Newsom held a press conference is that the state had only received a few hundred test kits from the CDC and that we needed more can you tell us about the testing protocol and how many more kids do we need well we we we probably will end up needing hundreds to thousands of cats and the reason is that we we need to we desperately need kits that can be done locally one big problem which has been increasing in eight states at all testing had to be sent to a centralized laboratory the CDC and as a result you would have to wait to ask our doctors would have to wait days in some cases longer than you know twenty four forty eight hours two to three days before you get a result back so what's really needed are diagnostic tests that could be done but locally by either the county public health laboratory or by the hospital and I think that the CDC is making efforts on moving that to expect testing to be local and this is part of your work you were on with us short time ago to talk about creating a rapid diagnostic tool yes how is that going so that's going well we we've developed as a point of care diagnostic where input so we can actually diagnosis infection get a nasal swab get some mucus from patient and be able to diagnose an infection within thirty minutes so structurally this this test works the the main challenges right now or is finding a commercial partner where we could that potentially put this test get FDA approval for this test and be able to deploy it so that could be used to to help doctors make diagnoses and if that happens how long would it be until we could see it in action well it's it's my hope that we really need to because of the public health urgency of this thread that we really need to have better diagnostic test so it's not just my efforts but really kind of the efforts as a scientific community as a clinical community we need to have tests that could be deployed within a matter of weeks to months and I think that's the time frame that we're talking about here Dr Charles Chu thank you so much for being with

Coronavirus: tracking the latest figures as the outbreak spreads

KQED Newsroom

06:24 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus: tracking the latest figures as the outbreak spreads

"Cobit nineteen the novel coronavirus disease has now spread to more than fifty countries and for the first time there are now more new cases outside of China where it originated then inside the country on Wednesday president trump held a news conference about the government's response to the illness flanked by health officials he appointed vice president Mike pence to direct efforts to contain its spread while seeming to downplay the risk to Americans not San Francisco meanwhile is on high alert although there have been no cases in the city mayor London breed declared a state of emergency to mobilize resources and prepare for possible outbreaks and there now appears to be a second person in the United States who contracted the virus through unknown origins both of those patients are from the bay area Solano and Santa Clara counties joining me now is Dr Charles Chu an infectious disease expert and professor at UC San Francisco doctor to thank you for being with us and it's a very busy time for you Dr sure there's a lot of fear in the community right now how much concern should people have known what level is appropriate I think we should be worried we we definitely should be concerned because we are starting to see some cases of of the virus circulating in the community and by that I mean cases of infection where we don't know where it came from we don't know how this one individual ones from Solano county became infected and we also do not know how the second case in in Santa Clara county became infected as well so I think we should be worried we should be but at the same time we should also be quite vigilant and really be able to keep in touch with the with the guidance from our public health agencies and medic medical authorities which is to make sure you wash your hands to make sure you don't touch your face after that what else would you recommend for the recognition would not be too old to wear masks for instance not at this time yet we still do not see a definitive evidence that we have community transmission we have lots and lots of cases that are being that that that are circulating in the community but the other thing would be to get your influenza vaccination because it's still the fact that influence is far more common than than getting an infection from this virus and so if you get your influenza vaccine vaccination that's just to protect you from that it's not going to help you with this new virus that yes yeah the influx of the influenza vaccine doesn't protect you against this virus but it does protect you against influenza and influenza this year has already been responsible for thousands of deaths so it it's it's just to put things into proportion your risk of actually getting influenza is still far greater than your risk of getting infected with this fires on their website the centers for disease control says quote the potential public health threat posed by code nineteen the formal name for this virus is very high both globally and to the United States where do you think we are in the trajectory of this virus how do you expect it to evolve well well right now we're actually seeing more cases of the of infection from this virus outside of China it used to be that the vast majority of cases were in China but I I think as of yesterday there was a turning point in that we're now seeing evidence of transmission say of the virus in other countries say in South Korea and Japan in Italy and Iran so far it appears that at least the United States we still have very few cases under fifty I believe and out of which nearly all of the cases we're able to track meaning that they're either returning travelers from China that were able to follow do contact tracing on as well as potential individuals who come back because are quarantined these two cases though are the first cases of community acquired transmission where we did not we did not know where they got infected from and do you expect to see more of those will this become a seasonal virus I expect I I believe that that's certainly a possibility one thing that might happen and that may be due due to the characteristics of this virus that roughly about the the majority of people roughly about eighty to eighty five percent of people infected they have mild symptoms that have no symptoms at all it's only the small fraction of say ten to fifteen percent of of of the individuals affected who develop more severe disease which is pneumonia so I I do feel that there may be there is certainly the possibility and the CDC has warned of this there's certainly the possibility that we may see ongoing community transmission and more more cases of this virus in the community let's turn now to talking about testing and then therapies so first on the testing yesterday governor Gavin Newsom held a press conference he said the state had only received a few hundred test kits from the CDC and that we needed more can you tell us about the testing protocol and how many more kids do we need well we we we probably will end up needing hundreds to thousands of cats and the reason is that we we need to we desperately need kits that can be done locally one big problem which has been increasing in eight states at all testing had to be sent to a centralized laboratory the CDC and as a result you would have to wait to ask our doctors would have to wait days in some cases longer than you know twenty four forty eight hours two to three days before you get a result back so what's really needed are diagnostic tests that could be done but locally by either the county public health laboratory or by the hospital and I think that the CDC is making efforts on moving that test the testing to be local and this is part of your work you were on with us a short time ago to talk about creating a rapid diagnostic tool yes how is that going so that's going well we we've developed as a point of care diagnostic where input so we can actually diagnosis infection get a nasal swab gets a mucus from patient and be able to diagnose an infection within thirty minutes so structurally this this test works the the main challenges right now or is finding a commercial partner where we can potentially put this tests get FDA approval for this test and be able to deploy it so that could be used to to help doctors make diagnoses and if that happens how long would it be until we could see it in action well it's it's my hope that we really need to because of the public health urgency of this thread that we really need to have better diagnostic test so it's not just my efforts but really kind of the efforts as a scientific community as a clinical community we need to have tests that could be deployed within a matter of weeks to months and I think that's the time frame that we're talking

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"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"I texture on the two to four from the two two four two four people are going to talk tough and claim they aren't worried about this disease until it hits close to home and then they will all panic mmhm the bottom line is it is in Chicago therefore it was implied fill for that matter but anyway therefore it may well be in the Milwaukee area as well but we just haven't diagnosed to get you may not have to panic but you should still take reasonable precautions to protect yourself I thought they would disagree with that right but the panic is going to help anybody precautions sure why not I'm not buying a medical mask yet but I got the flu shot and I'm not seeing the flu shot presents you from what what what what one now the lines in a lab look some people do some people don't I never got the flu and I've never gotten a flu shot so you think you're above it no it's not a matter of being above it I just think that thank you why right above it I just I think your immune why why mess with a good thing you got sick man I battled through a little cold right after thanks you know what happened got a call from my dad in the family gathering of thanksgiving walked in the door I could tell dad was sick he's not unlike the fact I'm telling the story on the air I could tell he was sick and I went all your sick little basketball season my my livelihood is tied to my throat I can't get sick twenty four forty eight hours later SEC laryngitis all that stuff all really as bad so couldn't work thank I was here gargling my way to show a number that yeah everyone that's fine we're all we're we're we are sixty okay Jerry when was the last time you threw up actually all that's a good one well that out there when's the last time I got sick to my stomach and vomited now that what you're asking that's what I'm asking how it has been maybe since high school probably never missing a tiny school high school I don't you wanted it since high school I don't think so in your twenties in college are you talking just a drink a palooza well I've always been able to hold my liquor the Jack who's your drinking although the wine.

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"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Smith takes the step he has a great run running left the running back back at the they will continue with our highlights in just a second let's go down to the UTSA locker room and Frank Wilson is set to join us right now Frank a really good performance I thought today from the UTSA you guys fought tooth and nail the entire game I thought so you know we had a chance to to cut it within seven could not really see if he was in in the back of the end zone I thought that would have given us an opportunity to try an onside kick in a game another opportunity unfortunately we fell a little short but I thought you know after the rain delay that we came out of the office of Lee and played extremely fast I thought defensively we switch spotted early on and then gathered I composer and had a lot of big time stops throughout the duration of the game that went back and forth with both teams having it's good then bad it's throughout the game but a a tremendous effort by our football team gets very quality team in Louisiana tech talk about Joe Joe weeks his performance I thought he played well today I thought you would you do well you know we didn't know and tell probably about twenty four forty eight hours ago that he would get it the starting not can you give me the yes Sir I'm losing is it I got you we got there but nevertheless he he he prepared well people appeared as if he was the starter I thought he had a lot of bright spots in this game through I thought at times you ball with accuracy and precision in other times we still have some areas to grow but a gritty performance by Jo Jo in our passing game we could have helped him on several of them balls that were that were squarely in the hands of of receivers at times we got to be able to make those catches the give us opportunities to win the game Hey Frank it's J. here talk about sincere he comes up a little bit short of a thousand yards on the season but the young man's special yeah I think sincere McCormick will be a guy that will be playing at all all American status next year I think you'll be a freshman all American at the end of this year all along with a host of some of our young guys and I I just think the nucleus of our team is enough it'll be enough to get us to where we need to be to win conference USA to compete at a high level just very proud of those young men as they they played extremely well today in those spots Frank and I got a busy three weeks coming up as you hit the recruiting trail good luck with all of that thanks so much for being a part of everything you've done for us all year long thank you so much birds up school runners all right that's Frank Wilson down in the locker room we'll hear from some of the players here coming up in momentarily let's finish up our highlighted recap segment after you TSA got to stop they threw a pick six Lotto took the lead it was thirty one seventeen but the road runners warned that done BJ Daniels who's basically been in the game to make fair catches on the but in the kick return game well he returned the big one this time and he approaches and puts his foot into this one and this one is going to be returnable for BJ from the five of the ten fifteen twenty up the middle thirty hurdles a million forty forty five yard line it all the way down to the fifty yard line B. J. Daniels with the return a couple of plays later Jordan weeks founder Carlo strictly wide receivers in a wing on the last see for this or make that Franklin on the right side here's a play fake for weeks pump fakes looks fires down the middle has a man opens twenty three UTSA had to settle for a field goal and made a thirty twelve thirty one to twenty the the the right though yeah roadrunners had a thirty four to twenty deficit to make up and then the Bulldogs would get a touchdown to Griffin a Baird about the lead to forty one to twenty UTSA wasn't done trying to fight their way back sincere McCormick is Jane mentioned a minute ago is gonna fall just shy of a thousand yards insincere was able to get of the end zone to cut the lead to two scores for you TSA two wide receivers and I wing on the left now sincere McCormick comes back into the backfield he's to the right of Joe Joe weeks Joe Joe back to throw those a screen pass caught by the sear the five coming to the affordable sincere about core big scores on the screen pass to the left side menu TSA.

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"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on The Big 98

"But the phone is a lot more expensive than that I'm surprised that he only get fifty percent off the bill I'm surprised at the restaurant and just say Hey is build on I'm will cover their check so I'm I think that it is his and the restaurant responsibility. like if you were to. if your car was bumped into by someone at the restaurant if anything happens in that restaurant place I think it's kind of their deal and your thoughts yeah unfortunately I mean it's not comfortable probably have to go back and ask for something that if ya it it it is on them what do you go back and ask at this stage I would be after I wouldn't I think all the needed to say something then we you maybe don't know that it's totally broke and I know but again you can go home and and just go back go yeah my phone's messed up and you spelled out I think you have to do it right then yeah if you do it right if she would die right then and said Hey you still on my phone it's like a a you get into an accident there's no real damage right then changed I'm still have to exchange numbers because if you go back and you realize something inside her car's been hurt after that you can go out we hit and now this is happened so I do think that the waiter or the restaurant just at all no I spilled on your phone here's a free meal and if anything happens with this phone you gotta hit us up in the next twenty four forty eight hours and will be we're happy to replace it I do think it's on them but if you didn't exchange numbers. the analogy that it's kind of hard to go back now and do it I feel about that yeah that's right that handles the that helps get rid of any awkwardness because you've dealt with it right when it happens because for me that would be the uncontrolled part is going back now so I probably would just ignore it and figure out a way to fix it myself but if I didn't have the money then that would really suck Morgan what your thoughts Meghan sorry Meghan. so actually we did so we did talk to the manager and the manager said that they are not responsible for damage or loss property just for now well I you did she did what I thought she should have done and then they are I would say no no you are. yeah yeah. stand up for my friend at that point so that's when we get exchanged numbers and everything legally bound to doing it. right by that I'm surprised they're not maybe post on Facebook I'm say I don't..

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"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

10:07 min | 2 years ago

"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Aaron Rodgers withholding on on line one is to get people to start commenting that they're coming in on this in living make sure just for right for garage that the it's clear to everyone what we're doing here which is to expose all this really what happened last for twenty four forty eight hours anti in something real such as red earth it's big news but here we have a judicial nominee to the second circuit the second highest courts in our land if you will the circuit courts of appeals the federal level so who did everything to build a career on the career path that if one day someone I did notice they could note they could be if they so chose by the way we want people take these rather than don't decide they don't want to take on these lifetime appointments to the to the bench but this so who had the clerkships had the legal career went to the right you know law schools was a proof that not only had the legal career at you know to end after courtships at law offers but then also himself was a professor of law at a major law school George Mason University and then goes into the government becomes acting general counsel to an entire department that was the part of education and old timidly as a deputy and counsel to the president and just to get the exact term right on to make sure we're we're giving him the right a senior associate counsel to the president and special assistant so if you don't know who that present was or I didn't even get into the clerkship just the clerk for Supreme Court nominee taught in major law school went to a a your top five law school did it all at work also the private private sector major huge law for literally kind of done all this piece you would be putting together to perform someone's got the right idea right temperament to be S. approved if circuit court nominee the right temperament to clerk for Supreme Court justice chosen of our first record just write her meant to her first circuit court judges they did major law firms as they've got the right tournament temperament to be part of our major law firm is very diverse and different and people from all different political walks in and racial walks of life I mean the fact or even to say that now in twenty nineteen it's kind of it's kind of gross right I mean like if there's not doesn't mean you don't fight real racism in your country to it to wipe that out but with if everybody starts becoming a racist because you just don't like their politics then them how do we actually fight real racism I mean it's Kelly we're leaving behind the groups that are ethnically need protection in our country that we need to do more to to make things better and that that's what white hurts me I think it's kind of a you know it's it's it's so disheartening for those who are living in the rougher towns the rougher parts of town the rougher parts of the city who do need more help who who do need to be less isolated and sometimes by the way it may be someone who represents them who is a problem they make sure the color of their skin but they may not share the actual best interest in so but yet you can never get into those issues anymore I a you know if you criticize Baltimore or a certain areas of Baltimore halfpenny represented by someone who is African American in Congress you are racist for asking that African American out what why is his district so bad why are you doing more at the federal level for your district this is a Democrat you love funding in government all this and that what why don't do more but just asking those questions even at your asking Ilan Omar rishi to to leave a question about who they are it in another so like S. is a question that would be difficult for any of you would have is it difficult for most of the other answer who you're married to or if you would have had divorces who you were divorced from have you had is that question from and you were going to be a federal official is that a difficult question for anyone listening to this broadcast right now to answer who are you currently married to and who are you merry to in the past right Michigan apply for a job to serve the public so it's appropriate right for most people most people this be like the easy question the tough questions must be about policies if you support this is what that what do you do for the community I'll don't ask that though to tell her no more you Islamophobic person if you're even thinking you could Islamophobic all right nationalist oppressor oppressor because supporting your country supporting your nation is now back in the United States America makes you stand now I guess we're we're you know we're hearing from the outside forces but let me taste of Rachel Maddow that such a small force within the Democratic Party specially when you got a presidential election going on because that's there for it that's their friendly network of choice and I think you know that's what their staff watched especially the primary process so they're going to be I I again if any if they get pushed around judicial nominees I would be surprise one of them pulls this example out because he saw reach a man I'll do it no they they will Jordan I mean this article that I'm holding in my hand right now the one that Rachel Maddow reference this will be an exhibit during the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing I almost guarantee it because of Rachel Maddow of bringing it to the forefront a look this is one of the things that we try to do it the ACL J. toward we're not gonna let the United States Senate get away with leading Rachel man out do their work we're gonna make sure that they read this article themselves that they look at Mr Menashe he's qualifications themselves that they look at it directly and they see if these statements are correct I mean Jordan just two examples are a she claimed that it was a high brow argument for racial purity and it was an academic wordy bird argument that you can't have a real country if you've got all sorts of different people in it no it's not Jordan I mean this article is it is it is an academic defensive the fact that Israel can be both a liberal democracy and a Jewish state at the same time and again Jordan I'll just say it again I mean you come from different racial backgrounds as as a person of Jewish heritage we're gonna make sure that the members of the committee no that is a fact and if they get this as a specific example and that we demand they redid directly not just read Rachel Maddow is interpretation of it because she found one word in the title a little bit scary a Jordan one final level to this we're gonna make sure that those members of the committee on both sides of the aisle know which of their voters sign our petition insisting that they actually look at the record as opposed to just whatever spear us mere Rachel Maddow or some member of the media wants to make do their work Jordan read the data for themselves and evaluate him on his qualification folks we do that we're able to make sure members of Congress as for specifically here the US senators after then by the way we put that pressure on Republicans are some Republicans ran after him to make sure hold on hold the right line here if you will ask the right questions get inform the right way aren't persuaded by these the I mean right now me Rachel Maddow healthcare then it will be kind of more mainstream media and some of those more moderate members of the U. 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"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

06:21 min | 2 years ago

"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Pacific Northwest this is my second time on chi will raise thanks for spending some time with those listed in the car radio sheet that school old school way to do it our way out in the future on a podcast some of the future is looking good thanks for listening I kind of on the can am I can talk show so why you crave a second helping you some studies that show that this is a reason bring those back so tell you what the clicking in your brain and would you put a chip in your brain stop would you shipping to bring the shopping for me too much food this from P. R. newswire I mention that because it's a press release on it comes from C. H. I. Franciscan announcing that they're putting together the first a I power hospital mission control center in Washington state it is it is patterned after NASA all sounds very very impressive and then idea of getting the right person in the right bed at the right time and boarding in staffing and predicting flow and saying it must be this sort of problem this popping up at cetera and sounds very very promising in in the back of my mind I have a little bit of a question but let's talk about the promise of this first of all of the from our different perspectives candy I mean immediately zoned in on staffing because I know a lot of nurses in a lot of doctors and they try to make their schedule as predictable as possible and that always doesn't work out that way right so with this a I it's saying it's going to predict patient census levels twenty four forty eight hours in advance with hopefully some accuracy by saying Hey here's a future demand I need more nurses in maternity on this Thursday yeah whereas the one to two days you can fill those anticipated staffing gaps and then you're hoping that the care is more seamless for transitions and everything like that but I was thinking the other side of it but I'm a nurse and all the sudden the A. I. says apps can be slowed down the slough on Friday go ahead you know like you're not gonna have your same schedule like you thought yeah and you know yeah that's a good way to look at it's Michael what do you think about it you know I think that if anything that they could do to manage patient flow and if that and somehow translates into lower cost hospital care and I suspect that it won't but if it does great I think the problem here sometimes is and we've all run into this problem that you go to a place to get something and this is essentially inventory control right this is a this is what the software is more like honestly then NASA and with inventory controls software you'll sometimes run into a situation where you'll call place and yes we do have that you know that thermostat you need and you go in and you say well I don't see it on their site will with the machine says it's here as well it's not here so you know but I had reservations rental car exactly but I had a reservation rental car and so these these systems are only as smart as the people it's not that you can get them smart enough to do it on their own unless they have in bed sensors unless they have some way of tracking or people get monitoring bracelets when they're in there this is going to involve personal oversight like any system like this so how good is the system gonna be as good as the oversight yeah and as good as your is it as good as the data because junk in junk outs can you were talking about this predictive nature of this from C. H. I. Franciscan I see they partnered with Microsoft surface and I believe as you are I think that would give them an opportunity to take some of Microsoft's data feed because being is not a big search engine start Microsoft is it's not but people do use its and they're able to pull in a P. eyes out of other search engines so that they can at least get that data so Hey you know what we're likely to see people having this cold or this Ansett flus and reading yeah right so that they get that sort of front ends where that's where we're going to get this all I I have this question about this is there is an effort to get you to spend less time with your general practitioner of my beloved doctor works for now an organization very very very similar to very similar to C. H. I. Franciscan and the business model and sheep of moans it in we promoted together she's under orders to basically spend seven minutes with you so and it's all data it's all data gathering so the nurse practitioners they're great I actually love the people who work there they see you my doctor comes in for seven minutes and most her time is with an iPod or iPad and then enter and exit that's gonna be a surface tablets she really bemoans not being able to do a full three sixty examine ask more questions but they're only to concentrate on the complaints when you walk in the door to me that raises costs because the complaint when you walk in the door might not be the think it's actually causing that so I have concerns of the focus on tack is less of a focus on humanity I mean that that's a I think that that probably is certainly humanities hours if you were to put it in real yeah specific terms and yet that's why everyone's going to nurse practitioners and things like that but it didn't do much more of the interaction with patients and doctors will come in the in the years ahead that's you can guarantee that the national stats on that actually are fifteen minutes a patient yeah and it's still even that the seven minutes is bad fifteen minutes still sounds like just a little better than that it is not much and that's why physicians freak we don't have enough chance to interact and do a correct diagnosis or even find out what's going on or find out that the thing that you're saying actually isn't the full sum total of what you're actually feeling and maybe through a little longer conversation or a little bit but when you think like all you know I've got to tell about this other thing because it was so rushed in the office but you're right I mean if you could expand that hospitals are tied but the health care issue in all rooms of cost and service is you know we're going to be able to but I guess the good news for us will be able to talk about it for the next hundred fifty years because it's not going to get a lot better because you're saying fifteen minutes like it's a bad thing I'm like that school can we get it lower I can I hear seven who I want if you went through with misdiagnoses that's true you would not be saying that if you also did not know and could not articulate well what you're feeling or what's changed or what's going on that's another issue and also that fifteen minutes that's an average I mean there are certainly ones that are less and then maybe they're complicated ones are more but it doesn't.

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KQED Radio

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Coverage it's really toxic what do we know if anything about the rate of convicts in diversion programs re offending it depends on the program there are very few diversion programs for people convicted of felonies this for brown in Brooklyn I was describing has a very good record a much lower rate of three arrest and reconnection than people who go to prison and get out on the other end again it's all about whether you're willing to take a risk and see someone as more than the worst thing they're accused of doing you know one thing that I have thought about so much as I've been following young people charged with crimes for the system I have two teenage boys affluent white kids and they have a lot of capacity to make mistakes and get forgiven for them I just see the opposite so often when I'm in court with poor kids especially black kids this assumption that they don't deserve a second chance for the benefit of the doubt since we don't have a lot of data about whether people in diversion programs go on to commit more crimes or don't could you tell me about the program in Honolulu what was happening was that people on probation and Hawaii were threatened with lots of time in prison if they failed a drug test probation officers just wouldn't report the first one or two or three or more of violations because the punishment seems so out of proportion to the mistake that people were making this one particular judge came in and he realized that he was only finding out about failed drug tests like the fifth or even the tenth time that it happened and so what he said to the probation officers was I want punishment to be swift and certain and I think it can be really small as long as people know that they're going to get in trouble and so the new rule was that if you failed a drug test you were going to jail only for maybe twenty four forty eight hours but you could bank on it what the researchers found was that the shorter but swifter and more certain punishment was enough to compel the test subjects to pass their drug tests that far higher rates and this has profound implications for public safety in America there is roughly a forty percent chance that you will get away with murder and despite the dire consequences for those who are convicted our homicide rate remains relatively high compared to say Germany England Switzerland countries that don't routinely pay for a life by taking one are locking it away forever countries that incidentally also solves murder cases it far higher rates the point here is that it's hard to catch a murderer but it may be worth taking resources from other things to do it better because if you're the shooter on the street you can think that you're probably get away with that and that might make you much more likely to take a chance even if you're facing a really heavy sentence than someone who thinks you know what I'm going to get caught so with limited resources go after the murders one murderer is better than a hundred people jumping turnstiles right unsolved murders create this reality that people can commit terrible crimes with impunity that's a real public safety threat nonviolent crimes are low hanging fruit they are much easier to apprehend those people and much easier to south of course there is the argument that fewer daily crimes jumping turnstiles and so forth have led to the great drop in crime that we have seen in cities all across the country so if you think back to the eighties and nineties there was this theory of policing and prosecution called broken windows and the idea was that if you didn't catch every single person who sprayed graffiti or broke a window in the neighborhood you were encouraging crime to breed there we spent an enormous amount of resources locking people up based on that theory and in cities like New York it really led to stop and frisk police are jacking people up all over the place especially black and brown people and you see this very high rate of a grass when they're to Blasio significantly.

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"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"On TV just like I'm listening to today on radio you but you know it's true too and by the way and don't ever like do a favor for Linda which is getting an award like send of the best greatest hotel in San Diego history and you know because it might rain and there might be construction and I might decide to do a show and Ethan's baby is still twenty eight or twenty four forty eight hours later and forget the fact that I actually have a real plan to ensure they'll be there when needed but that doesn't matter either I then it's like oh by the way can we do okay on guys the one day of Linda says she's off to come we handle it I think we can right because we believe in yes or no we handle it I am not using them between you two well you know what you know what that makes you the biggest baby and not taken on him once you pick somebody up G. some jailbreak all right jaw as Jason Jason is that true or false we can deal but you really do need the supervision you guys you know I love you unless you want me is the fear of god into all of your hearts of you equally with the well it's still the Sean Hannity show let me just add you are you but there is no argument well it's always a ledge talent was never real time I get the spelling on the board all right we're going to have more on on a ranch coming up our best love prayers wishes congradulations to your brother don and Lauren who's a just a wonderful woman and our our very first baby and he said the name again anally on only Barbara ray other Lee barberi okay McLachlan my that's on a leave Barbour heh you far brought Barbara not by right now it's Bob array operand are you thinking like a nineteen sixties rock and bottle Riley or something what the heck's wrong with you that teenage wasteland Hey all right Natalie is full speed ahead on impeachment the cowardly ship those backed off which is interesting we have now congressional investigators want to grill Andrew Weissmann but they don't want to curl up in person they want to do a behind closed doors that's interesting let's see all the people that want to interview Andrew Weissmann or John Radcliffe and Jim Jordan mark gate bat gates mark meadows arm that would be interesting when we get that from Doug Collins one day we have nine we've identified nine specific Russia gate crimes that Mahler's pit bull and Weissman refused to investigate and it was in the Wall Street journal did you see this no example it's a great list arm was smaller familiar with fusion GPS the opposition group wound outside my purview what it isa now what we know Weissman was warned about the dirty dot CA by Bruce sore in twenty sixteen did he know the fusion GPS was working with that woman Natalio who went to the trump tower meeting but first before and then after met with fusion GPS and that she only really wanted to repeal the Magnitsky act that's why everyone was bored art what about the notorious steel dossier you know based on Russian sources not think about this that the Russians really want to help Hilary well it appears of The New York Times is right that this was Russian disinformation likely from the get go that would mean that the Russians there though that Clinton was gonna use it to screw Donald Trump and they were helping with the lights off that whole narrative is is blown out of the water by the way there may be smoking gun tapes that will blow the lid off of Obama's F. B. I. Russia gate hoax Trey Gowdy the tapes can be a game changer now we have John Solomon will give you a preview of the next hour but the internal review of the rush investigation is zeroing in on transcripts of recordings made by at least one government source who met with former trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos overseas in twenty sixteen maybe it's Joseph ms up myths side the professor uhhuh the recordings in question I can confirm tonight today exist pay very close attention to that what I just said next week that's all I'm gonna say is that fair that I teach people like that that make me arrogant like you said this week don't sound there you know the your I'm all by the way Bernie Sanders got slapped with the labor board complaint over the crappy wages he pays his team James clapper now is even trashing Mahler let's see what else we got I have to have.

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"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on 99 Best Marketing Ideas

99 Best Marketing Ideas

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on 99 Best Marketing Ideas

"We do best and just parents per per per rsvp that's something that you you can't go wrong because if you don't you don't pay is so very important for the bashers once they do something that words don't stop it's called building momentum in your community if you are gonna do a concert you'll do fifteen twenty roadshows for a reason you build momentum seminars you're actually getting front of people that are very concerned and motivated the top to you because nobody is teaching anybody still in college or there's no academy that's peachy people what to do with the money you rv early air should be financial advice in this country only as a city economy of teaching people how to measure retirement nobody's asking the government's after the dirt their horses out there you are the person in front of people okay how can they contact you call eight hundred number is forty four people got to pick up the phone and talk to you immediately they're all gonna have the same kind of consult inability eight hundred seven nine five to seven seven three eight hundred seven nine five to seven seven three three sixty dot com and there's a lot of information mission there keep this in mind were not gonna sell you anything when you call in ask you a lot of crushes be prepared as them when they show you a lot of information will give you a student insight report on you're area within twenty four forty eight hours you're gonna have a phenomenal nominal five five six pages of a lot of data about marketplace before you spend a penny then if everything goes well and we had a couple of phone calls they will do a male before you were very but not not suggesting george thank you so much for what you're doing to help educate the general population but what they need to do in retirement and with their money and thank you for doing all of the research that you've done to make sure that what you're putting out there is the stuff that are consumers want to respond to the thing that i i enjoyed the such a tremendously matt thank you so much all right if you have any ideas on who we should have on the ninety nine best ideas podcasts.

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"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I can show you how to do that same thing too now the problem number eight is also a false belief pattern that equal distribution is the fairest way to treat those you care about and most attorneys who set up trusts set him up as equal distribution trust and so when you pass away they just covered up equally sometimes killing the goose laying the golden egg the business there the investments will yeah you got to sell it because we got a divide this up equally and then you dumped in their laps into ruins half of the children in this country they sit around when do I get my share it takes families from we need to me me me when do I get mine and that's equal distribution so we solve that with equal opportunities say instead of equal distribution you wanna leave behind equal opportunities to those you care about that will have them step up to the plate have skin in the game be responsible and accountable and so I teach you how to identify your core values and have a vision statement and create a motto slogan manifesto creed values and vision clarity statement for those you care about and then that you live according to those governing principles of equal opportunities well problem number seven these are now the real financial ones liquidity people lack it they can't get to lump sums when they need them without substantial penalties are taxes that are triggered well I don't want to touch it I'm gonna debate tax I will god is not a good time it's a down market I wanna make deal gets back to the highest level it was at before and so people lack liquidity without these penalties and taxes that are incurred so what we do we solve that we convert peoples financial portfolio primarily to vehicles that have tremendous liquidity you can access your money within twenty four forty eight hours with an electronic funds transfer or a phone call okay now problem number six inflexibility I've talked about this so many people have no flexibility there at a set type of income with social security maybe they are new it ties in a new ID and they have a set and nobody coming in maybe their pension from teaching school or whatever that's a sec pension you might get a little cost of living increase but what happens my A. have burns if you're stuck with no flexibility and you have an emergency what do you do you need to have that flexibility to be able to access money when you need it I have a B. attitude I've told you blessed are the flexible for they shall not be bent out of shape but don't get bent out.

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"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I can show you how to do that same thing too now the problem number eight is also a false belief pattern that equal distribution is the fairest way to treat those you care about and most attorneys who set up trusts set him up as equal distribution trust and so when you pass away they just covered up equally sometimes killing the goose laying the golden egg the business there the investments well yeah you got to sell it because we got to divide this up equally and then you dumped in their laps into ruins half of the children in this country they sit around when do I get my share it takes families from we need to me me me when do I get mine and that's equal distribution so we solve that with equal opportunities see a set of equal distribution you wanna leave behind equal opportunities to those you care about that will have them step up to the plate have skin in the game be responsible and accountable and so I teach you how to identify your core values and have a vision statement and create a motto slogan manifesto creed values and vision clarity statement for those you care about and then you live according to those governing principles of equal opportunities well problem number seven these are now the real financial ones liquidity people lack it they can't get to lump sums when they need them without substantial penalties are taxes that are triggered well I don't want to touch it I'm gonna debate tax I will god is not a good time it's a down market I one of my deal gets back to the highest level it was at before and so people lack liquidity without these penalties and taxes that are incurred so what we do we solve that we convert peoples financial portfolio primarily to vehicles that have tremendous liquidity you can access your money it within twenty four forty eight hours with an electronic funds transfer or a phone call okay now problem number six inflexibility I've talked about this so many people have no flexibility there at a set type of income with social security maybe they are new it ties in a new ID and they have a set and nobody coming in maybe their pension from teaching school or whatever that's a sec pension you might get a little cost of living increase but what happens my A. have burns if you're stuck with no flexibility and you have an emergency what do you do you need to have that flexibility to be able to access money when you need it I have a B. attitude I've told you blessed are the flexible for they shall not be bent out of shape but don't get bent out.

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"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on KGO 810

"Same thing too. Now, the problem number eight is also a false belief pattern that equal distribution is the fairest way to treat those you care about, and most attorneys who set up trusts set him up as equal distribution trust. And so when you pass away they just carve it up equally sometimes killing the goose lane. The golden egg the business, the investment will you got to sell it because we got a divide this up equally, and then you dump it in their laps in ruins half of the children in this country, they sit around when do I get my share it takes families from we to me, me, me, when do I get mine, and that's equal distribution. So we solve that with equal opportunities see said of equal distribution you wanna leave behind equal opportunities to those you care about that will have them step up to the plate have skin in the game, be responsible and accountable. And so, I. I teach you how to identify your core values and have a vision statement and create a motto slogan manifesto, creed values and vision clarity, statement for those you care about and then you live, according to those governing principles of equal opportunities. Well problem number seven, these are now the real financial liquidity people lack it, they can't get to lump sums when they need them without substantial penalties or taxes that are triggered. Well, I don't wanna touch it. I'm gonna have to pay tax. Well, golly is not a good time. It's downmarket. I wanna make gets back to the highest level. It was at before. And so people lack liquidity without these penalties and taxes that are incurred. So what do we do? We solve that. We convert people's financial portfolio, primarily two vehicles that have tremendous liquidity. You can access your money within twenty four forty eight hours with an elect. Traffic transfer phone call. Okay now problem number six inflexibility. I've talked about this, so many people have no flexibility there at a set type of income with social security. Maybe they annuity is an annuity and they have a set annuity coming in maybe their pension from teaching school or whatever. That's a set pension. You might get a little cost of living increase. But what happens my.

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"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Twenty four forty eight hours is this Donut. Shop is this Donut. Shop opened up by a Cambodian immigrants in the Houston area and the Cambodian immigrants probably a refugee at some point open up this Donut shop, and I guess the donuts look good, the shop looks nice, but like zero customers and the son of this Cambodian immigrant in Texas. Put out a tweet that hey, my dad's doughnut shop, we have no customers and the damn thing went crazy went viral. I saw all over the internet and the last day day and a half or so ABC world news tonight did a story on it. Last night NBC nightly. News did a story on the doughnut guy. Those are the ones I saw maybe there were more. And now like there are lines out the door for the Donut. Shop what causes story to go viral. How does the store I would imagine that? It was probably some Houston. News media, the picked up the story. And then it went viral from there. But there are tons of other unless I'm happy for this. Donald trump. Here you have a Cambodian refugee or immigrant, you know, trying to live the American dream, and bam starts a small business. I'm all for small business creation, and it just wasn't doing. Well. And then the sun puts out a tweet it gets, you know, lightning is captured in a bottle and blam this story goes nationally viral. And now this guy can't make enough donuts. It's wonderful story. And I think it's great. But why did that become big when they're a prompt? There are thousands and thousands and thousands of others. That are in the same boat. Same predicament that I'd like to see well, I'm sure you'd like to see do well as well. The point is what makes something big what what causes an item a person situation a moving. What gets the pedestal built? And I'm applying the donuts in the whole thing to Alexandria, Casio Cortes, and the fact that she through her little grassroots campaign, and the fact that her last name is oh Kassian Cortez and caught the attention of a lot of Hispanics in her district in the Bronx, queens. And clearly mobilization and the buzz help defeat this Joe Crowley, and we have AOL see now in congress. But again, it's the right pieces white a some things take off and other things that are just as just as deserving don't. Yeah. Just the fascination of the universe. Why does certain puzzle pieces go here, and and they work and others. I mean, it is just fascinating. So with AMC the it girl. Or the tweet girl. Remember, we have that story couple days late last week. One of the Greenpeace founders is called I think I had it last Thursday or so one of the Greenpeace founders is calling a OC in her her green new deal. Calling her twit a clueless Twitter something to that effect. Anyway. Hey, more news for Alexandrio Casio Cortes. She's gotten three Pinocchio cz. From the fact checkers at the Washington Post. Her nose is growing hang on a sec, folks. Listen carefully..

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"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Tell Alexa, play five sixty K SFO investigating the inauguration. New arm. Race. I'm Michael Toscano. Even as President Trump prepares for his second state of the union address tonight echoes of his inauguration or being heard in the form of a wide ranging subpoena for documents issued by the Manhattan, the US attorney's office Shimon procure past reports that the prosecutors are looking into whether contributors especially foreign interests were seeking political favors. The Muller team had been looking at whether or not there was foreign money foreign donations that went into the inauguration. And what these foreigners were doing possibly was using straw donors perhaps people who were here in this country US donors to try and get money into the inauguration. Russia is following the US lead in abandoning a Cold War era, nuclear arms, control, treaty. And Scott Carr reports it appears a new arms buildup is already underway. A few days after the US announced its withdrawal from the nineteen Eighty-six intermediate range nuclear forces treaty. The Russian Defence Minister now says Russia will develop new land-based cruise missiles and a new land based hypersonic missile that reports say travels at least. Five times the speed of sound before the year twenty twenty one the US as well as France and China are also working on hypersonic missiles a weapon for which it's been widely reported. There is no current defense. Suspense mountain Virginia with embattled governor Ralph Northam hanging onto his office as controversy over his connection to a racist. Photo refuses to die down adding to the uncertainty as Ryan nobles reports are uncorroborated sexual abuse charges against the person who would succeed Northam Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax now there is no doubt that these new allegations against Fairfax complicate the situation here in Richmond. There is a lot of uncertainty about what the next twenty four forty eight hours or even the next week could bring for now, we know that Ralph Northam has no plans to reside. And the Justin Fairfax is not going to back down, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Police say an improvised explosion that went off behind a strip mall. Last night killed a man believed linked to the device. I'm Michael Toscano. Oh, hey, hey, did you hear my friends company was the victim of an Email impersonation attack? It's a serious threat to every business. What if cybercriminals target us and trick accounting into making a wire transfer? Don't worry we have barracuda. So where secured barracuda uses artificial intelligence to detect and block spear phishing and account takeover attempts. What a relief don't become a victim. Protect your business at barracuda dot com. Barracuda your journey secured. What's up guys it's Elena, and when it comes to dating many people say love has gotten lost. But if you still believe in love match is the app for you matches created millions of love stories they've been number one in first and second dates number one in marriages and over one million babies made plus the match up got rid of swiping. So people put more thought into their choices you can now view photos and read more about the people you see so download the match up for free today and find someone who believes in love. Just like you. Do we're learning that a fifth of tweets posted about the thousand eighteen midterm elections, actually regenerated by bots, not humans many from Russia and Iran business reporter, Tom Busby has more on this attempt to spread fake stories and influence voters. The study comes from USC and some Swiss researchers, and they say that in just about every state more than twenty percent of the account. Posting about the elections on Twitter were bots, adding up to more than two hundred thousand tweets many of the fifteen thousand or so accounts behind those tweets were traced to Russia also to Iran Venezuela and a lot from the US Twitter for its part said it removed a lot of robot accounts. But is it doing enough university of Indiana says it developed a bottom meter that? These researchers did use that can help determine if an account is operated by a software. Algorithm about ninety five percent of the time. And I guess they should use it a lot more. All right. Thanks. Tom Busby stock futures up on Wall.

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"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Us going to be interesting coming up on mornings on the mall. All right. We'll talk to Susan for HBO with a preview of the state of the union. We'll also talk to Dr Steven Farnsworth with a breakdown of the Justin Fairfax Ralph Northam Hama. It's seven o'clock. Wwl. Now. With rich WMA. Oh, Washington shot at one thousand dollars four times. Day on W M A L, A Cumulus station. Wwl news at seven good morning. Everyone on John Matthews. The news brought to you by f h for everything remained status quo in Richmond. It's morning. His friends say governor off northern is determined to try and ride out the storm as his would be successor Lieutenant governor, Justin. Fairfax vehemently denies denied sexually assaulting a woman at the two thousand four democratic national convention now there is no doubt that these new allegations against Fairfax complicate the situation here in Richmond. There is a lot of uncertainty about what the next twenty four forty eight hours or even the next week could bring for now, we know that Ralph Northam has no plans to resign and the just in Fairfax is not going to back down as these accusations are leveled against him correspondent, Ryan nobles all of this turmoil. Started of course with a picture in Northerns med school yearbook. We're learning now that eastern Virginia medical school. No longer has yearbooks. The last one was in two thousand thirteen when? In the schools, then new president saw a picture of three white med students wearing confederate uniforms, Richard home and banned future. Yearbooks in ordered sensitivity training for the students. President Trump will deliver his state of the union address tonight when it was delayed a week by the partial government shutdown and Democrats are not about to let the president forget the circumstances. Several or bringing federal employees who were furloughed is their guests, including Virginia, congressman Gerry Connolly. I thought it was really important that the presidency real people were really affected. You can hear the address starting tonight at nine then stick around to talk about it until midnight right here on WMA L. The Montgomery County council set to tackle a new budget today executive Mark L riches calling for nearly one hundred million dollars in cuts to county improvements citing slower housing growth. We are looking at the assumptions, I personally think that they're probably pessimistic staffers recommended a different approach council member Hans Riemer says that today's vote will give the council a chance to weigh in the big issue. And ultimately it. Factors into the budget that we pass and what the construction projects are. So I am sure that whatever the council does decide to go with you know, it will become something that the executive branch is prepared to work with windows, no-one, w male and female dot com. A case of crab fraud in the Newport, News area will land a seafood businessmen in prison for nearly four years James, Casey pleaded guilty in a plea deal to having employees stuff crab meat from places like Thailand and Indonesia into blue crab containers, marked product of the USA Casey also admitted some of the crab was near or past its expiration date DNA tests confirmed the crab was not from around these parts.

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"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on KGO 810

"The inauguration. New arms race. I'm Michael Toscano. Even as President Trump prepares for his second state of the union address tonight echoes of his inauguration or being heard in the form of a wide ranging subpoena for documents issued by the Manhattan, the US attorney's office Shimon procure Pez reports that the prosecutors are looking into whether contributors especially foreign interests were seeking political favors. The Muller team had been looking at whether or not there was foreign money foreign donations that went into the inauguration. And what these foreigners were doing possibly was using straw donors perhaps people who were here in this country US donors to try and get money into the inauguration. Russia is following the US lead in abandoning Cold War era, nuclear arms, control, treaty. And Scott Carr reports it appears a new arms buildup is already underway. A few days after the US announced its withdrawal from the nineteen Eighty-six intermediate range nuclear forces treaty. The Russian Defence Minister now says Russia will develop new. Land-based cruise missiles and a new land based hypersonic missile that reports. Say travels had at least five times the speed of sound before the year twenty twenty one the US as well as France and China are also working on hypersonic missiles a weapon for which it's been widely reported. There is no current defense. Suspense mountain Virginia with embattled governor Ralph north I'm hanging onto his office as controversy over his connection to a racist. Photo refuses to die down adding to the uncertainty as Ryan nobles reports are uncorroborated sexual abuse charges against the person who would succeed Northam Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax now there is no doubt that these new allegations against Fairfax complicate the situation here in Richmond. There is a lot of uncertainty about what the next twenty four forty eight hours or even the next week could bring for now, we know that RAV Northam has no plans to reside. And the Justin Fairfax is not going to back down, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Police say an improvised explosion that went off behind.

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"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Pretty good money on on this Rams team. Yeah. We took some real nice ram money earlier today. So I mean, come on in bed either side, we're gonna be alright no matter what we're at a very good spot in this game. We're not going to be hurting for money on the patriots. Rams and it's come down. And settled the pets. We actually got some fairly even to three. So even there we're not going to get burned for false three. Anxious. We've seen a lot of money come in on as far as the total on the under. Are you? Are you a little lopsided in that regard, or you film, pretty good? Because I mean the public's gonna come into town near the next twenty four forty eight hours, and you know, the politics going one of maybe side more towards higher scoring than lower scoring. I'm anxious to hear your thoughts on the total. Yeah. You nailed the brand. You know, every years the same store at the Super Bowl. Total opens up sharp bedded down a point or two. The last couple of days and starts firing it over because no one wants to route to the defense. So we get plenty of over money. We're not going to be crying for it. We're going to be in a nice balance spot of the game and a Super Bowl, or I haven't really heard a lot of opinions of aside from a lot of people that I respect. No one really seems to know what they think. So you're going to get a lot of individual people making their opinions. There's no way the crowds going. We're going to get plenty of money on both sides. We're going to get that over money back, and it's gonna be interesting situation. Speaking of that, plenty of money on both sides. Do you see it going back to three at all? Or or you pretty comfortable? It's going to know pretty much close up right here, two and a half. I think three's unlikely I think we might have had a little bit of a snooze. You lose scenario didn't get down on three earlier in the week. I'm not sure I see it going back there. We've seen a lot of money come in all over town on the Rams, and I think that it's probably a two and a half. I think you might see a to at some point. You know, when I look at one of.

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"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four forty eight hours" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"About Antonio Brown dressed as a hippopotamus on FOX last night. And explain to him this tape previously. Okay. This is tape previously. We don't know when it was still. We think we know is taped. But art, here's the massing. Okay. So Ken junk have you seen in the hangover pops out of the trunk? Okay. So. Mechanic. Come on. They make up. You can't make an how many people in Pittsburgh thought that Antonio Brown. Did that in the last twenty four forty eight hour, right? And how crazy is it that they had to know certainly in Pittsburgh, right, or at least Antonio Brown's camp that had no this was in the shoot getting set to come out. Giro's how to know? Do you think he told him that on Sunday when he head coach coach, here's? Here's. I know you're wondering if Antonio's playing today, and I know you're wondering if. He did get the that. You told him to get on the knee injury that we all know is fake. So this whole kabuki dance. That's going down today with your team needing Antonio to play and your locker room is totally up in flames. And everyone's going to be wondering if you are held responsible because you quarterback is also back glow nuts. So I'm not, you know, he's playing to a good enough time to let you know. But on Wednesday night Antonio's going to be singing, Bobby Brown's, my perogatives in a blue hippo outfit, and it might be a little strange because you know, if you win and ravens lose you're gonna be in the playoffs and people are gonna be wondering if he's doing this during a playoff we just wanna load to you that he's going to be dressed as a blue hippopotamus on FOX. And if you ever seen Hanover. I mean, come on. Tyrod isan. This is just I mean, it really is totally now in the realm of can't make it up bizarro world stuff. Now, he did get spoiler alert for those who may have DVR it my policies. He did get voted off last night. He revealed is to be the poorest of the celebrity singers. Until fully cost. This is like a vote off show. He's got revealed. That's why it was revealed if he was only any better at Bobby Brown. Singing my prerogative, then this wouldn't have been sprung at the worst possible time for the Pittsburgh Steelers. No horse possible time ask you this. Do you think Don boy, according to use it goes, it is his you know, what you're right. It is his parole, by the way, great music choices. Well, his choice for sure do you think that this episode was scheduled to air later on in the season? But because of all the drama surrounding the Steelers AB, FOX executives made a decision to moved it up. Now Cam clear, I mean, if anybody saw last night's show. It was clearly the premier. Yeah. He's clear the premier I didn't watch. But so, you know, the, you know, who the the judges are right Jenny McCarthy. Right. And Ken Jong who Robin Thicke. So do you think just just had in just whoever had whoever told here at hair, whoever told art, Rooney whoever told art ruining about this and then had to show art Rooney the video do you think they just snuck it in? Showing the red band version of the my board lines videos. Just throw it out there, look rich. We are told we don't want to give them a heart attack. So what had to tell Tomlin to I'm imagining. He's not spending his Wednesday night last night watching the singer again. So he the reason why it is just all at the very germ of truth kinda serious is that this is what Antonio Brown. Was seen doing on a Wednesday night in the middle of all this. Clearly, he can't stop that train. That train is already left the tracks. And he has every is his prerogatives to do anything. He wants to do in the off season. 'cause I will always say any player while you're playing in the NFL the window of opportunity is so quick to close. You gotta do whatever you have to do. But for all of this to be coming out. Now, it just adds an extra layer of what do you have an Antonio Brown? And what will the Steelers do with this guy?.

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