35 Burst results for "Twenty Nine Days"
Screws Tighten for Home Buyers in March, Prices Surge 17.2%
"Sales of existing homes are slowing while prices and the speed at which buyers are pouncing is at an all time high the heated market for existing homes is breaking records there are so few available homes on the market the national association of realtors said existing home sales fell three point seven percent from February to March every region in the country suffered sales declines last month homes typically sold in eighteen days last month that's a record low the averages twenty nine days last year at this time the median home price just over three hundred twenty nine thousand surge seventeen point two percent from a year earlier the inventory of unsold homes stood at one point zero seven million at the end of March only a slight improvement from February the newest housing data will be of no comfort to house hunters across the US who are facing the most competitive market in decades Jennifer king Washington
Coney Island attractions reopen after losing year to virus
"The attractions are open again at New York city's Coney Island the summer playground was closed for five hundred twenty nine days after the ribbon cutting people like young Dylan Douglas got to ride the wonder wheel and the cyclones it's a baby once so they never got on the ride because he was too young still I'm so excited now the owner of the wonder wheel part can Hochman says they lost a lot of money but this is a family owned business for generations of them who'd Gary's family are committed to making sure that they survived the pandemic and re open the park the extractions at Coney Island will be open on weekends at first with reduced capacity and other pandemic precautions I'm a Donahue
Sloths Slowly Cavort By Day Now
"Somewhere in this forest do here there are slumps. Those slots live in Brazil's Atlantic forest. If you're a tourist watching slots isn't that exciting but if you're a scientist, well, it's also not that exciting, but there's a big upside. and. So they actually great study animal. For the wild because you can click on a daydream giles field a biologist at the university. Of Notre, Dame who studies Circadian Rhythms I mean the the ecology work that I I used to do several years back in Bolivia was was focused on bird. Conservation voted? Cola Jian. You'd see some parrots and you make some notes and then they will go on even see them again for another twenty four hours but Duffield and colleagues now collect data on the Brown throated three toed sloth in the Atlantic Forest Duffield says, the slots can stay incite or even in the same tree for nearly twenty four hours. The animals are at rest anywhere from seventy five to ninety percent of the time. But they're coping with a damaged ecosystem. The suggestion is ninety eight percents of that. Forest is being depleted a lot of human disturbance as obviously roads cutting through these areas of the forest in and it means the population of Florida Florida's depleted according to New Research published in the journal Mammalian biology by Duffield and colleagues sloths are responding to that Habitat Disturbance by altering their biological rhythms. We started to say that the the SLAW SPA try merrily day active and that's encountering chew to from some of the literature on the species that we came across before. The suggested they showed Kacem neural activity, which is kind of neither day nor night just kind of across the whole board and a few studies It was totally nocturnal behavior. So this was kind of the opposite to to what we'd expected Duffield says there are few if any studies where researchers monitored slots over a full twenty, four hour period, this study did exactly that for twenty nine days because a lot of. Literature that we reviewed that associated with slow had examined only a partial twenty, four hours, and so there was some inferences about their activity profiles. The course of the time twenty, four hour period. So there was a bit of guests would duffield believes that because predators in the Atlantic forest are extinct and Slavs don't have to compete with other species for resources, they simply taken on a daytime or diurnal schedule the the. Light Doc Sonko with primary Q. and that's Kinda surprising that an animal could be nocturnal conditions. Dino. The other organisms may come along for the slow ride from the algae that live on S- laws for to the insects that live alongside the unhurried mammals. Duffield says it's not clear if the new schedule adopted by Sloughs in the Atlantic forests also affects these creatures not something. We'd love to examine the you know the. The locally system and the Associated Wilkins Winds Sloth APPs that changes readily changed that day tonight to the teenage, the survival strategies based to on the other, and so it may will be that that change or that association daytime is supposed to nine time Casa. Morality does change some of the Yoga. Assumes that associated with it Duffield's most important piece of equipment for this research may be a comfortable chair.
Actinium Pharma's Transformative Radiation Treatment
"So today. We're GONNA talk about a couple of things. COUPLE UPDATES we've seen in the last couple of weeks related to Jin Amarin, as well as Kerio farm that we heard today and I'm recording this on the twenty second of June. And, then the main story today we're GONNA, talk about actinium pharmaceuticals, and I think if everything goes well with them. They could be a big play now. This weird stuff around the stocks or we're GONNA touch a little bit on that, but I think that if the data continues to look as good as it has so far, they could really make a big change in the targeted radiation space, so we'll touch a little bit on that as well. But. Yeah, for me on a personal note. It's it's been busy. Things are kind of getting back to normal here. In San Diego, a lot of businesses have been opening up. So I've noticed that actually have a bit more of a social life now, so that's definitely been entertaining. Take me away from the market's a little bit, but you know I'm here today to talk about some awesome biotech company so with that. Let's get into it. And the first piece of news I wanted to touch on is biogenic and what we heard. Is that biogen's Tech Videira pen? Five one four was ruled invalid us. District, judge, and they closed Friday at two seventy one, and they did see a little bit more of a dip this week. As we've dealt with this already with Amarin we're hearing that Bison does plan on filing an appeal, but that appeal process can. Can take up to a year, but what's different here is that we're actually expecting at risk launch, so mylan has made it clear. Myelin the company sued by John. Over this patent made it clear that they're aiming for a November sixteenth approval day for Generic Tech. FIDORA, and they have already filed an da with the FDA which is the normal process by which a generic company has to get their medicine approved. By, June did kind of expect this to some capacity because they did launch a competing drug to tech Videira, called vulgarity and a little bit of a better safety profile, and they launched this just in case, the tech texture patent battle did go south because I believe there's other lawsuits coming up against this patent, but biogen launched Romerike parity in the hopes that they'll be able to shift the revenue. They've been getting from. Tech Fidora onto American and then maintain this juggernaut status since tech for their is their biggest selling medication, and it's about four billion dollars. Dollars per year they generate in this medicine, so they're going to hope to replace that with something and the loss of this patent protection means the generics are gonNA. Come on the market pretty soon and when I did mine. Alice's using a model that I had created. If I have the tech revenue, their stock price would go down to run to thirty, so I think what's going on here is investors are pricing in the potential of America to take a lot of that revenue from Tech Videira, which would help Jin, either that or the odds of winning? Winning an appeal are there so the stock is pricing in some upside? Despite the loss they suffered, and the other thing that's going on with biogen is they are planning to file the advocating B-. Be La in two three, twenty twenty and advocate the indication being Alzheimer's disease, which is a very very big patient population, so I think there is also some support for the stock given that biding could potentially get an Alzheimer's drug approved. If not late issue than early next year and I know there's a lot of controversy over the added Keenum data I think. Think personally. It's a coin flip whether or not the FDA is going to approve it. I think the the date is very shady and it shouldn't be approved, but strange things happened with the FDA before, so it is possible that they could lobby the FDA enough to get it approved the next company, and wanted to touch on is Amarin and just a little piece of news that we heard. Is that Amarin settled with the generic company called appetites, Apex Appetites, and this settlement would keep them from launching a CPA generic until August ninth of twenty twenty nine. And I saw a lot of excitement around this just because the logic being that if apex fought that ammon was going to lose the appeal, they wouldn't bother going through the motion to do the Selman agreement keeping Aptex from going to the mark until twenty, twenty nine. But, if I were to think about it logically, I assume that the lawyers between Amarin and APP attacks have been in discussions for months by now and that the failure of Amer to defend its patents just happened to go against Amarin APTEX was not expecting that, so they ended up filing the settlement agreement anyway, but I think that if Amazon is not successful in their appeal process I imagine appetites, April tax is going to be able to file a generic before this twenty twenty nine days, so to me this neither a positive thing, negative thing, but you know I'm still holding all my shares and will look forward to that appeal decision coming up later this year.
NCAA to vote on six-week start plan for college football teams
"York cross country there are all kinds of plans for getting kids back to school in the fall including colleges now college football is out with a pre season planned and NC double a plan to extend the college football pre season by two weeks could help coaches and players make up for the corona virus wiping out spring practice the NC double aids football oversight committee expects to finalize the plan this week that would allow teams to hold up to twelve one padded slow speed workouts during the fourteen days before preseason practices began in August the workouts would be part of a twenty hour a week schedule that also would include weight training conditioning film study and meetings teams would be required to complete the normal twenty nine day preseason practice schedule before playing a game the division one council for approval is expected to vote on the plan
NCAA finalizing plan for extended college football preseason
"And NC double a plan to extend the college football pre season by two weeks could help coaches and players make up for the corona virus wiping out spring practice the NC double aids football oversight committee expects to finalize a plan this week that would allow teams to hold up to twelve one padded slow speed workouts during the fourteen days before pre season practices began in August the workouts would be part of a twenty hour a week schedule that also would include weight training conditioning film study and meetings teams would be required to complete the normal twenty nine day preseason practice schedule before playing a game the division one council for approval is expected to vote on the plan next week I'm Mike Kempen
"twenty nine days" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Want this twenty ninth day of may last Friday of the month two thousand twenty my name is Tom Sullivan so while I'm we've got got other things besides Minnesota although that is taking the the bulk of all of this hopefully with the a red card on the please stop by it's filled all down tonight but I'll tell you the the antifa group and all that they don't want that to some of the settle down so they'll try they'll try and in get it going but let's hope they don't so just as we were ready to just proportional so fifteen minutes before the show the president was supposed to make an announcement about China big important announcement about our policy towards red China and so there is about what we're going to do and it turned out to be in my humble opinion kind of pain but I thought I played for you here is the president from about three hours ago two hours ago detailing the changes and the position of the United States versus China today to talk about our relationship with China and several new measures to protect American security and prosperity China's pattern of misconduct is well known for decades they've ripped off the United States like no one has ever done before hundreds of billions of dollars a year well lost dealing with China especially over the years during the prior administration China rated our factories off shorter jobs got it are all our intellectual property and violated their commitments under the World Trade Organization to make matters worse they are considered a developing nation getting all sorts of benefits that others including the United States are not entitled to but I've never solely blame China for this they were able to get away with the theft like no one was able to get away with before because of past politicians and frankly past presidents what are like those who came before my administration negotiated and fought for what was right he is called fair and reciprocal treatment China has also unlawfully claim territory in the Pacific Ocean threatening freedom of.
Cooking with What You Have with Lukas Volger
"I started started the book by examining my shopping habits and Realize that these ingredients are ones that I'm always putting in my basket whether I'm aware of it or not So that was that ended up being the organizing principle book. And so what? We've got our Hardy Greens beans canned and dried. There's summer squash Zucchini and yellow squash eggs cauliflower and Broccoli Winter Squash cabbage mushrooms. Tofu corn tortillas and sweet potatoes. Are Those ingredients that organized the book? Right good thanks for everybody to try to put in their market basket for those curbside pickup box. If they can I think Are you a vegetarian? I mean this cookbook is vegetarian. I am for like forty something years. I just wondered if you were to. Yeah I'm not a vegetarian anymore. I have been for various stretches my life and they'll probably go back to it again. right now. I'm I don't know it's hard to explain. It's just. This is my default style cooking. It's like weeknight. Cooking is always you know when I'm cooking at home. It's always vegetarian but I just have a sort of more lax Approach when I'm eating someone else's house are going out to eat And that's kind of what's working for you right now. Yeah well the book really has this. Let's see what I've gotten. My kitchen premise says the start of meal making as you say early on in the book and sort of not the what can I go by right now premise So and by the way I should tell people I love your e newsletter and your instagram feed And I'll tell people in the transcript of the show. Were also have a book giveaway. I'll tell them how to get. Subscribe to those With links but I believe it was last winter when you were doing like. I don't know an oatmeal challenge or something like that that I got totally hooked. Also about things like 'cause OATMEAL is not one of the things you just name to. But but you know you love good basic solid ingredients. That can do a lot of things down you. Yes exactly and the OATMEAL. I've done this challenge for myself three years in a row and it's In for the month of February it's Hashtag. I called Twenty eight days of oatmeal this past year to twenty nine days but It was exactly that'd be. It was one of those things where I realize you know what I eat oatmeal almost every day. And it is actually this blank canvas for all kinds of different toppings and so the challenge was to change up my My daily oatmeal every day and documented on instagram and it ended up being one of those things that really resonated with people. Because I think they you were eating. Oh maybe not every day. But he didn't get pretty often and had kind of fallen interacts with their toppings and didn't even really think to change it up but As I think it's one of those dishes that help you sort of be. Begin to cook intuitively and to begin to cook with story. What you've got your you know in the captions of that. I'm always just like oatmeal with poached egg and soy sauce. Scallions sesame seeds and you can sort of like immediately grasped how that comes together without having to you know. Put it into A recipe until that. That definitely informs the way I cook and the way I'm always trying to Get people to learn how to become better. Cokes and more intuitive cokes and more resourceful cooks with things that they've got on hands. Yeah and so Also I think it was on instagram. Recently you had and this is gonNA sound nutty to people probably if I might just say. The words roasted charred stems. You had a picture of roasted charts dams and you would think what the ACA. Why do I WANNA eat? Charred stems but it's just what you said at that of its even beyond waste not want not. It's like some of these bits and pieces just can make a whole other dish or an embellishment or flavor additive thing so what about rose to charge stems end the like because there seemed to be tricks like that in all your books. Charleston's is that is it sets a revelation And it really doesn't. It's one of those things that you really can't quite believe it until you do it. Because I I feel like they're all these people that are saying you know like Kale Stems. Dice them up and atmosphere stir-fry and I can't you know like I waste as little as possible. I can't fully get onboard with Kale stands there just to fibrous to really enjoy so. I'll throw those into a juice or I'll compost them but the Charleston's just become you know something completely you know it's like they. They almost turn into this delicious like Spring Vegetable. I'm just GONNA tender and has this I think of it is like on an almost asparagus. He flavor but different from the leaves and I'm always saving those and And roasting them in a hot oven around four hundred degrees. And you just want to come and tell you know. They're they're quite tender I think I think it's best when the crunches is removed from them and it usually takes about fifteen twenty minutes but then just chop those up and I add them either to my Greens that I've Sauteed I'll throw them into a Taco filling or in any any area into an Omelette into a grain bowl. Something like that. And it's just I mean it's crazy that that's chart that has the leaves which are one thing and the stamps which are when at another thing entirely and Just like it. It's kind of a little miracle Speaking of Greens you have A recipe in the book. And you know here. We are with our. You know curbside pickup boxes as I said before of whatever. And maybe we're hopefully where patronizing During this time we're shopping is difficult. Patronizing local farms and alternatives to be able to get fresh stuff You have a greens recipe. That's deceptively simple marinated. Greens it. Tell us about that one. Yes so this is Sort of comes from the place of me getting home to from the farmers market. It's my apartment in Brooklyn and having several ate a lot of green so I'm always buying you know three or four bunches of green so the time. The last eight stretch days and having to make space in the fridge for all those screens when they're in their raw state is One of the tasks I find more tedious than other tasks and idea. Here is that Rather than trying to space in the fridge I'm cleaning them and cooking them down and then taking a step further marinating them which is just I I'm quoting them. In some fresh olive oil and seasoning with some pepper flakes and salt and pepper. And it's just. Kinda like frontloading Labor dealing with green and then it also This is something that I've I've been hoping to convey to readers I think has been clicking a little bit. It's it helps It helps people and it helps me indeed to see the Greens after their cook. Like that as sort of a component of a dish so I end up using those Greens and as like an inch. Lada filling or an omelette filling in all kinds of various ways where sound like a recipe standpoint at helps take the reader out of the the granular line-by-line ingredient lists and steps. And it helps them see. Oh all I'm doing is like cooking scrambled eggs here and then turning that into an Omelet with a handful of these Greens and a few little onions pickled in vinegar and a little bit of yogurt. And that's that so I tried to do something like the marinated. Greens with each of these vegetables. Each of these essentially so as to help Think of these Prepared this as like components as that helped I feel like I'm rambling. A little deputy ideas to see recipes more as an assembly of various components than has a granular line-by-line. So get out of the minute of
Pax East 2020 Unveils Schedule
"Pax East has unveiled their schedule. That's right the what's good Games alive. The panel returns to Boston on Saturday. February twenty-ninth because leap year did you guys know it was leader. Yeah because there's like twenty nine days this this month and that's super rare. That's only happens every four years so five. PM Eastern time is when the panel kicks off unfortunately friends. We are not in a livestream in room this year but we will be video recording and audio recording the panel and making sure that we uploaded so everybody everybody can see it after the fact so if you are in Boston and are planning to come to packs we hope to see you at the panel again five. PM Eastern time on Saturday February. Have you were a twenty nine. Don't worry we're going to be posted all over the social media's in the week succumb plus we have locked in Friday February twenty eighth for the. What's good Games? Meet meet up. You do not need a Pax East badge to come to that. We'll be unveiling those details very soon. TM and it's all ages. Yes it is. We didn't all ages event last year and it will be all ages again this year and it will be Friday in the evening time not late. Think like happy hour time time because I go to bed early so I can't be bothered. We have to make Sherry work. Artificial meet up around Steiner sleep schedule. You really do very reporting I think about these things you know. I can't be having a meet up from ten to midnight so I would not be there. They could get a cardboard cutout. Do you remember the year that we put Alexa race face on a chair. I can't remember what Shayla Shelagh hacks West and I remember. This guy went through hell to get her picture printed out. It was like ten step process but I printed ten or fifteen things of Alexa. I think we've put someone's backpack pat on the audience audience and then someone put a backpack on the panel table and then we taped her face to the backpack so like she was a panelist. It was a good time it was Alexa. Ray will not be part of our east panel but Miss Riana manual will be. We're very excited to announce that she's going to be joining us in Pax East in Boston. I think what I meant to say there and she's fantastic. If you guys don't know about Ria we've done some stuff with her in the past she's been featured guests on the show. Oh we did some pacwest. She's all around like a very lovely fantastic edison in getting her. She's great at tweets. Now I believe leave on twitter. Let me double check again twitter. I sure yes rea- tweets now so check. Her out follower and comes comes a high at Pax. It'll be
So you're thinking of buying a project car...
"Week's project car was an e Bay find and it just so happens to be one of my favorite cars not just just because I own one but because they're cool a nineteen sixty eight dodge dart so this car is an abandoned racecar project. At least that's what it looks like to me. Maybe the guy just lost interest in it but whatever the case. It's an unfinished project car. And it's set up for drag racing so or at least it's headed in that direction so this is a nineteen sixty eight dodge DART superstock hemi clone. It's got fiberglass front. From fenders two sets doors looks like Dana rear end with four link. Strange Break Strange Axles Manual Steering Column Column The seller says that most of the trim is included with the car. Except it's missing the windshield trim. It's got the sixty eight dark grill. Sixty Dr Tail Lights. It also comes with two pieces of four by sheet metal. My guess is to finish off the interior and all the tin work and it looks like the seller alert is GonNa throw in anything else that he may have forgotten the list with the car. It goes on to say that this car is a race car. Only now it's set at a buy it now. How price of eighty five hundred dollars and you know? Is it a good bye. I'm not quite sure I'd have to see the car in person but based on looks alone. It's pretty much. Just just a shell with a roll cage with hogged out rear wheel wells to fit bigger tires. And it's you know it's got some stuff going for and it's also got some stuff that it really needs addressed like is the cage even up to Nhra specs. You know how was the car built. These are a lot of questions that you need to ask when you go in. Look at these cars these unfinished unfinished racecars. Or if you're considering one I am a fool for these. I love seeing unfinished race cars. Because because I'm like Oh cool all the hard work done in this case there's still a lot of hard work left but if someone wants to get a little bit of a head start on a dart then I and I think it's a it's a good buy for somebody. That's looking for a race car. If you'RE LOOKING FOR MORE OF A streetcar you might WanNa shy away from something like this because it setup for drag racing so if you're gonNA spend eighty five hundred dollars I'm sure you can find a decent driver quality Dr that maybe it has a slant six in it. You know what it's pretty clean and you can always yanked the slant and throw in big block or a small block. Whatever you want you don't always have to get a race car and I think a lot of the time people you know they see st outlaws on TV? And they're like Oh. I got to do that so they go and they buy a race car. You know that hasn't been finished yet. And then they get in way over their head. That's probably what I would do you. You know if I didn't have my projects that I have now and I had some money burning home. My pocket in a car came up like this dart and already had a roll cage in it and it was already doubt if I didn't know any better. I probably would just buy based on cool factor alone but I do know a little bit better so if I ever go and look at a unfinished race car. Then I'm really going to look at the craftsmanship and the quality of the wells and the quality of the work involved in the car because the seller could have just started the project and got got in over his head realized he had changed a bunch of stuff and thought. You know what I'M GONNA cut my losses here. The car is nowhere near done. A have a bunch of money invested so it may may be easier for him just to say you know what screw it. I'm going to sell this car. And then just go by something and start over again. You have to watch for that kind of stuff when you're going and looking at these he's project cars because you never really know who built it you know. That's kind of scary when you're talking about safety equipment like a roll cage in you don't know who built it then then you've got you know. How do they got good welds or do they have experienced building race cars? Do the wells have good penetration. Trey Shen you know last thing you want is to roll a car that has shoddy roll Cajun at first of all you probably went to pass tech inspection. But let's just say you. You wield your way through got on that starting line and you rolled the car and you had a shoddy cage. Guess what not only can a cage save your life they can also kill you so those are things you have to keep in mind when looking at race cars like this or either x race cars or future race cars depending but that still doesn't take away from the fact that this car is cool if you were to go look at it and you're looking at the cage and you're like wow this is actually really well built. Maybe it just wasn't painted then in your saving a couple grand and then you've got the suspension set up and you know anything else all the little extras included with with the car. Like in this case. He's got some fiberglass fenders. Those definitely aren't cheap. When you're looking at project cars you really have to consider it as a whole you know? I'm kind of a fool in the way that I would go look at his car. And just think Oh my God look out coolest racecars everything else is like an afterthought I would hope that if myself or or anybody else is going to hand over. Eighty five hundred dollars on an unfinished project that you at least look it over really well maybe bring a friend. The second set of eyes is never a bad thing. But I really like this dark you know. I would have to see it in person to kind of determine if it's something that I wanted to get into into or if it looks like there's a lot of work that needs to be redone and I might as well start fresh with a much cheaper car a much cheaper Shell and then go oh from. They're not a bad car. I just thought it was cool looking on in the picture. It actually shows an overhead shop crane. It looks like it's You know him. He's hanging by right right in the engine. Bay The DR so a good sales tactic like this could be you but not a bad car. Are I wish the guy luck with the sale. I hope it's set up good in that somebody gets a good start to a race car out of it that that would be really cool because I love Dodge Dart superstock cars and the sixty eight Hemi Dr is also one of my top Mo- parts of all time along with the Barracuda. They're just so cool. Hemi bodies any body with a Hemi as cool in my book so cool Dr Check it out on Ebay. It's not hard to find. Just look up. Nineteen sixty eight dodge DART superstock. And you'll probably run across it so if you're looking for a little fun at the track and a a little fun at the garage I because you're probably going to be building this car for two years before you even get into the track. This might be a good deal. So they'll check it out on Ebay. It's still going to be up for another twenty nine days as it's got fifty two views per hour which is seems Seven people are watching it so it also has the make offer option so on Ebay you can do auctions by now or you can have a buy it now but also a make offer option option which tells me that this guy will take less than eighty five hundred dollars or else he wouldn't even put the make offer button there. So who knows what you could get this thing for. You might be sitting on a potential real cool deal you might go see. This guy will take five and Lo and behold he's like. I really need to get rid of this thing. It's taking up space in my garage. Yes I'll take fifty five hundred and then you eat that extra five hundred and Dan you know you call it a day and you bring your race car home your five thousand dollar Racecar so keep that in mind cool car. That's all I got to say about that. I would love of if my dart was built to look like a superstock but I just feel I would feel like an impostor because mine is a sixty nine and you know looking at the pictures this car. He's including these five relax vendors and they're actually four sixty nine because they have their rectangular marker lights if it's just a race car who cares and that's that that cool dark.
Self-Care Rituals For The Full Moon
"Case what we got today. Well Self Carriage deals for the full Moon Avenue. Affirmative you've been asking me to do this for a while but on a little bit about it in the Sacred William Pryor facebook ry but but here is the podcast so just to set the scene. The magnetic pole of the moon effects is everybody listening. Knows that feels that but as an intrinsic part of nature we're all gonNa feel it whether we realize it or not so we're going to feel it in different ways at different hi during different seasons during different chapters in our lives. However they're all things that we can do to help postles make the most of this powerful pull on our buddy and what we can do to help ourselves is develop rituals say ritual is a series of actions performed home in a prescribed? Way And repeated and the key is that it's repeated because a psychic comes to expect this and it's an outlet it it is a time that we can process extra stuff and when we repeat acts of self care at regular predictable intervals. They system in very special. What it does is it? Produces a rhythm based on love and a steady rhythm. Awesome of love is healing. It is the antidote it brings in while we may have missed pleased to have a what were they it for about right three cycles and then Sharon the facebook rate. Because it's really important that we do feel the effects not just do it do the self-care ritual but really take time to fill the fact the effects that we knew we take what we do. We we know what's happening how we're taking care of ourselves in how he's London with us. I have laid out ten things. We can do to cake very good care of ourselves as Luna or grandmother moon shines ends bright in the midnight sky. And I've laid this out in a way that you can take the whole evening to go through every step all just his pick. What suit shoe then repeat? I suggest a minimum of three times says it can start to feel the effects but either way a tune in with the moon can give us a real reminder that we are an intrinsic part of creation and that this moon cycle is reflected in a menstrual cycle about twenty nine days. We go through a wax in a peek a waning dog and new and we all Luna creatures say what better way to honor. Ra Nature and by honoring a planet that we can see shining bright in the sky. I connect connect with the souls connect with the moon. Connect with the w-what within. Let's go with number one. Number one is ground ground unground so so this is the first on the list as it is the most important this magnetic pole of the moon is strong. And you might find that. This has a tendency to have you found in high orbit Wyatt. I might trigger the tree. Knowles might get less sleep on. The full moon might be a tendency to sit out of feeling of less connection with the body will come in out the body a little a bit in the healed in the personal development world. We heal control more effectively. And so what happens. When we're traumatized as one way to K- pissed you come out of the body somewhat say when the magnetic pole is stronger the full moon we can start to feel feel that and to counteract that we can ground the magnetic pole also enables us to feel Komo because the pool is on the water in a bodies in most of our body is water? Say it's creates a movement inside of us of our emotions so what we tend to think of is the full moon stab makes me feel more anxious but in reality it's just bringing up. A sense of anxiety is held in the body. Anyway say we gonNA feel stronger emissions at the full moon and and as a basis for that ground ground ground Sarsour important. I found that when I ground before bed at at a full moon I do have a better sleep. Say That's we can do. You can do in the day or before bad is really important but either way a lot Grounded on the full moon will help anchor you into your body and enable you to feel stronger emotions and stay Komo present with them. Simple ground in technique is to you know stand with the feet on the ground connect with the brass closure is send breath down body as he breathed out fifty feet on the ground. And drop your energy. Can I get into the central. The're really stay with that for good few minutes as you feel the magnetic pole also to the earth okay. That's grounded second one is to give. Thanks and celebrate bright. Say Anything we do with. The full moon is going to be amplified. Say We do have a tendency. I have noticed as humans to one more More and more but creating our world doesn't start with asking for more it starts with recognizing what we already have an who we are in the present so I like to give thanks and really celebrate what I've got and he I am in the present and there are loads ways to do that but a really simple one is just write a list of three things. I'm grateful for about myself three things but my partner and three things for life in general. I like to keep these ritual simple or else. If they get too complicated hated to do I think is the I think is the way a consumer took best really for yeah how to keep it simple so simple list like that works really well.
"twenty nine days" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Twenty ninth day of November six minutes past the hour president Donald Trump is on his way back to the U. S. in fact he's just touch down in Florida as we speak returning to the U. S. following an unannounced trip to Afghanistan his first visit to the side of America's longest war it was there that the president said the US and Taliban have been engaged in ongoing peace talks and he believes the Taliban wants to make a deal of course president trump abruptly broke off peace talks with the Taliban in September canceling a meeting at camp David after a bombing in Kabul injured twelve people including an American soldier well there was a brief respite from the wintry weather on Thursday it temporarily loosened its grip across much of the U. S. just in time for Turkey day not so much in southern California there society is southern California saw snow those high winds that were calm enough by Thursday morning to allow the Macy's thanksgiving day parade in New York to proceed and they still caused some problems with the balloons they were held at much lower than usual the house Judiciary Committee is set to take over the impeachment probe of president trump the day after lawmakers return to Washington next week Democrats scheduling a hearing as they pushed closer to a possible vote on actual charges of high crimes and misdemeanors Republican representative mark meadows telling fox news Americans will probably see an impeachment vote by Christmas.
Kamala Harris proposes keeping schools open for 10 hours a day
"Mother Jones liberal is the day is long has a piece the school day is to our shorter than the work day Camelot Harris wants to change that now this you might think this is a good idea but it's really a bad idea and I'll explain in the second but I'll tell you the story the mismatch between the school day and the work day presents a real burden to working Americans with families and senator camel Harris has a new bill that seeks to correct it the majority of school days end around three PM two hours before the end of seventy percent of parents work days and most schools don't have a way to make up the difference fewer than half of all elementary schools and fewer than a third of low income schools offer after school care beyond that misalignment school shut down on average for twenty nine days during the school year the majority of which are reserved for professional development parent teacher conferences and Merion vacations and minor holidays the federal government doesn't recognize that's two full weeks worth of stays more than the average American has in holidays vacation and paid leave combined and then of course there's the summer vacation a two to three month break that leaves working parents scrambling for days long care somehow as a society to this point we have survived without any federal government involvement mandating the length of the day that you must and spend in
Cat Owners Unite! It's National Cat Day
"Well it is the twenty ninth day of October which means it's two days until Halloween five days to get that extra hour sleep charity I'm getting that way daylight saving and this Sunday morning at two AM thirty days until thanksgiving and fifty seven days until Christmas I mention is October twenty ninth right you did it is well hang on one second happy national cat day it is national cat day and I know you are a cat lover charity McCurdy by and then got three at home one night like twenty one twenty one yeah easy getting closer Guinness record there pretty much yeah he lived a good life well since since it is national cat day new survey found the average cat over owner spends over a thousand hours a year on their cats so if you have three that's three thousand hours in it I don't know that kind of time anymore but I do bet them before going to bed and that really helps me go to sleep all right here are some statistics on this national cat day sixty five percent of cat owners have traveled with their their cat cat I I I I guess guess moving moving and and driving driving them them to to your your new new home home must must must must have have counted counted because because I I can't can't see see taking taking a a cat cat on on a a vacation vacation no no they're they're not not a a comfort comfort animal animal for being a traveling the top cat themed items we own our clothes yeah specially for my daughter she has cat PJ is that things like that you have framed photos of your cat I painted pictures of my cat and they're hanging in our master bedroom don't judge okay have sheets or blankets with cats so okay okay okay fifty one percent of Catholic cat owners over half of the cat owners have rescue at least one of their cats all three all three that I like to hear that top places we rescue cats from animal shelters friends in cat rescue organizations or just in some bushes yeah are you just fine and despite a run around on street I have three cats that live in my yard basically they're hunters for me they belong to my neighbors I guess and they're very cool because they don't bother me did I say hi Katie all the time when I walk out one likes to get in my truck though in the bed and and sometimes I have to look back there if I don't see him running around out there make sure he's not in there when I take off the I. D. feed them treats thirty now now that I actually I let them have all the squirrels and field mice they want oh how nice yeah it's it's open season it's about Faye form of the other one top qualities we love about cats what do you think they are I'm just comfort help mild mannered they are that's comforting right yeah how bout playfulness that playful all too much sometimes really how about their loyalty it is one thing I've seen cats oversee loyalty in cats I see them you know they don't care they're pretty loyal I mean are they yeah I you mentioned that putting your cat before you go to bed is a form of therapy will seventy five percent of owners say the same thing yeah would you rather spend time with your cats than your friends you know it's a fifty fifty shot in there will have to start naming people sixty per sixty six percent of people in this survey said they'd rather spend time with a cat and their friends and I I'm sure you'll like this because eighty five percent of cat owners treat their cats like part of the family they're not like having a seat at the dinner table or anything like that now now it's cruel I guess that's cruelty that can't cruelty need another place well they they have their own place don't the the house is their home plays down as Rome it bingo anywhere except Ehlers room well that's that's smart smart your cats around your kids
North America will be treated to a Black Moon tonight. What does that mean?
"Heard about a black moon have you ever heard of this I've never I've heard of blood moon I've heard of new moon she was our last moonwalk moon is coming tonight it's a black mood so you're right there's a super blood moon there's a small warm super moon is a strawberry moon tonight's a black moon it's a S. sparse celestial events will be seen in North America so here's the definition of black moon mostly commonly used to represent a second new moon of the month rarely happens outside of leap years as lunar cycles largely take twenty nine days to complete but every thirty two months or so there are two full moons in a month the first one is known as the Blue Moon which you just referred to in this one will be the a black
News in Brief 04 July 2019
"This is the news in brief from the united nations escalating violence in ukraine it threatens access to safe border for millions of people including five hundred thousand youngsters you and children's son unicef has warned in an update on these situation in eastern ukraine west separatists have clashed with government forces since february twenty fourteen but you an agency reported that they lost week of june so five separate incidents affecting water and sanitation facilities on the contact mind dividing government unknown government controlled areas of particular concern is damage to pipelines newhall lifter along this of eski donets dumbass channel which provides drinking water to mold and three point two million people on both sides of the contact blind so far this yeah supplies of being disrupted or entirely caught the twenty nine days in addition non workers have been killed on twenty six have been injured since they conflict began including three this year unicef said before appealing for an immediate end judy indiscriminate shelling a vital civilian infrastructure andy protection of auto workers during the first five months of twenty nineteen unicef on thomas have helped nearly nine hundred and seventy thousand people access clean water on both sides of the contact line through water delivery providing water treatment chemicals and by completing critical repairs to gaza now whether world food program o w f pay has expanded operations to reach an additional twelve thousand people facing deep poverty and severe food security highlighting what it cools eight west nutritional situation any enclave you an agency noted with a mom on thursday that seven and ten known refugees are food insecure some four hundred and sixty six thousand people the scale up assistance means that until october wfp can provide food out to support to some two hundred and twenty thousand people in gaza and fifty one thousand people in the west bank divisional support will benefit the poorest families in agency said in a statement with beneficiaries set to receive an electronic monthly foods out west ten dollars divided food of that choice in two hundred accredited retail shops and finally top and is around the world have seen that show of national income rise in the last decade and a half while everyone one else is seen that pay packets shrink by comparison you and economists said on thursday according to the international labor organization or ilo data gathered from one hundred and eighty nine countries shows the roughly three hundred million what goes on around seven thousand five hundred dollars per month in contrast almost half the world's was one point six billion people make two hundred dollars a month while they bumped him ten percent and just twenty two dollars and they will need to what for twenty eight years and the same as these top ten percent in a single month idaho economist russia guy miss gymnast in geneva fucking vision equality is the fog the low income countries how much higher quality than high income countries for example including companies the top ten percent of earners get around thirty percent of gdp whenever it in the buddhist confident the top ten percent governors got around seventy percent of national income according to idaho countries where topping as so that share a
"twenty nine days" Discussed on 600 WREC
"So let's look at this. Do here's politico. Here's political the biggest twenty twenty issues where the democratic candidates stand on the biggest twenty twenty issue supreme court expansion. Now, don't look at this on is this a game changer in. Yes. If they did it would be important. I want to ask you if to the average voter this is a big issue right now. You know, there's one something they're clamoring for supreme court expansion. I mean, no, I mean only activists legalizing marijuana. I mean, it's not a wouldn't say it's a top line issue people, generally speaking to before it, but abolishing the electric electoral college now, I mean, the only democratic activists universal healthcare. I think healthcare is a big one. Yeah. Okay. I you know, that doesn't mean that they like that solution taxing the rich. The taxes are kind of important. Yeah. Okay. Reparations you hear people in the streets clamoring for reparation. No, no, free college. I mean, college costs are big issue rejecting super PACS. No, late term abortions people are clamoring to get late term abortions. No. Yeah. I see what you're saying. I mean isn't big issue to people who are worried about happening democrat Democrats. No. You'd think the average person is like, oh, man. Oh, he got this country. So screwed up. We gotta get those late term abortions lockdown. Yeah. And remember they couldn't find any what not even one candidate. Who would say I want to limit abortion till the night before birth. They they couldn't even find. They they've got twenty one candidates, and they can't find one person in the field, the eight months and twenty nine days. None of them can do it. Eliminating the filibuster. I mean, no the new green deal. I don't know. I mean, certainly we've seen this in poll after poll if about it as the environment, which is what it's propo- purported to be about what it's not. But still the environment is always last or second to last a change last second to last one ever comes to prioritize. This is what politico is reporting that the democratic stance is on the biggest twenty twenty issues..
Curacao to quarantine cruise ship for measles case
"Officials deciding what to do what the cruise ship free wins as the vessel makes its way to the Dutch Caribbean island after being quarantine in nearby Saint Lucia for a couple of days the ship left Saint Lucia late Thursday after thirties. There said a woman who worked on the ship was diagnosed with measles. The four hundred forty foot vessel is reportedly owned by the church of Scientology, they have not commented publicly on the situation as of yet ship is set to arrive early Saturday morning and carousel where it is. Normally docked when not in use. About three hundred people are still on board the ship health officials said the female crew member arrived, April seventeenth incur- south from Europe visited a doctor a couple of days later for cold symptoms of blood sample was taken where officials then confirmed. It was measles on April twenty ninth day after the ship had departed for Saint Lucia carousel health officials then alerted authorities in Saint Lucia triggering the two day
"twenty nine days" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Twenty ninth day of March as six minutes past the hour still to come this hour on America's First News. We'll be joined by market analysts Rebecca Walzer, take a look at what's moving the markets. Weiwei? Posting earnings is the US campaign to pressure. Wa wait working. We'll take a look at that. Plus, we'll be joined by rookies corner. Donna gala quickey. Join us for AFN sports, one half of the elite eight in the bag who will survive today to move on to the final four. We'll check in with them a little bit later. But in your news this morning new this morning. South Korea says it's president will travel to the US to meet with President Trump for a summit on North Korean diplomacy. President moon Jae An's office said Friday that moon will visit the US April tenth and eleventh at the two leaders will discuss how to achieve North Korea's complete denuclearization and peace on the pool. Ninsula a US led diplomacy on reading North Korea. Its program remain stalled since the second summit in Vietnam with President Trump and Kim Jong UN North Korea layer threatened to quit the deal citing a lack of US steps to match disarmament measures. It took last year. The US, of course, claims that North Korea has not gone far enough and has kept the sanctions on President Trump's defending his support of Puerto Rico in its rebuilding from hurricanes. But he doesn't think officials in the US territory are spending money wisely. He responded Thursday after governor Ricardo Rossello accused the Trump administration of reckoning roadblocks to the funding. Go.
May's Brexit delay and Corbyn's second referendum - Politics Weekly podcast
"Is just twenty nine days until we leave the European Union. Or is it one hundred twenty three days trees may announce this week if a deal is defeated on March the twelfth parliament will be asking MP's wanted to leave with no deal or extend article fifty remains were modified and leave as horrified. The Daily Telegraph declaring that delaying Brexit was a plot to stop it. She also offered some consolation for MP's wanting to avoid no deal telling them the United Kingdom will only leave without a dealer March twenty ninth if there's explicit consent in this house, but maize proposed extensions just for three months, and it's unclear whether she would vote against an audio Brexit itself. So has anything really changed what I'm joined to discuss all this by Rafael bat and politics and be from the guardian and the former advisor to may will Tana he was now the director of the think tank onward, so we leaving on the twenty ninth. No. I think not I think the fact that I've one dirty voted to make an extension possible means everybody wherever they stand apart from the handful of lunatics who didn't vote for it only twenty is it turned out think that if we get a Brexit. We're still going to need more technical time. And then there are others who think if we can push it out of it further, we get closer perhaps to a referendum being the only thing left standing with parliament, Kamel degree a deal. That's what we'll have to have. So one way or another. It seems to be most likely could be sure could belong the will allow extension. What can we do in that in that time that we haven't been able to do the posterior will? I mean, there are a number of factors involved in this crucial. One is the the twenty seven also really really don't want no deal scenario. I mean in this country there were handful of people who think that's a great idea. But really, the the overwhelming majority view rational human beings is it would just be a mess and a problem for all. Sides worse for the UK, but still very bad of the twenty seven. So if you could avoid that happening the no deal scenario happening on the twenty ninth of March. Then yes, there is oversee will at the European Council level to do it of the concerns are. And this is particularly I think concern on the French side that all your doing is just playing this Theresa May game of desperately busking kicking the can down the road as you say hoping that something different will happen. Whereas actually that the central parameters of negotiation, the the arithmetic and in Westminster, the all the red lines Theresa May says up in for the Goshi Asian don't change, and therefore nothing changes. So really, what would be the points. And then there is another very important practical consideration, which is European parliamentary elections do you at the end of may and. Legally and technically and on principle. It becomes enormously. Awkward to imagine the UK either going through that process without having election because notionally relieving leaving the EU, but we would still be members or having that election, which then becomes his horrible wit proxy vote about Brexit, or it becomes a day factor referendum or just becomes gold knows what electing MEP's who then might notionally than sort evaporates after Brexit, actually happens. So does the long onto the short answer is you could get an extension, but it would you'd have to they would be conditions. It's hot you'd have to be very clear about what you're using it to do. Well, the provinces said over and over and over again that we are leaving on the twenty ninth month. And I actually remember when she delayed the vote just in December. We said it will. Does this mean probably that we're heading for an extension and people were so adamant that it didn't mean that. So what why she done it is it is it. A cabinet ministers is independent griebel's. The what's the rationale? Well, I think we need to be clear that the prime minister hasn't has suggested that we all definitely going to have an extension. She has merely said that parliament will have a choicest whether or not to have a nodule Brexit or not if they if they votes not have no diverted then to vote for a short extension. So she's essentially putting the choice in the hot enhancer parliamentarians. And I think that's that's crucial. We've heard over the last three or four six months that actually put him in wants to take control of this process. It will have an opportunity to do. So, but within that is a clear decision between whether or not you want to deliver on the referendum results or to suffer the consequences of not doing that. And a lot of the MP's. I've spoken to in the Las in Las few days are actually increasing leaning towards the prime minister's deal. Subject potentially some changes around the backstop on the basis that dilution or delay. Brexit is far. Worse than the consequences of voting for her deal. I think essentially the prime minister's trying to show up in the minds of her colleagues, and including some of the labor MP's leave voting seats. We mustn't forget that sixty percents of labor MP's or league voting seats in order to force them to make a decision because ultimately we've been fixing a lot on process. Lost sixty nine months. We haven't been focusing very much on the outcome. We've been trying to seek she needs. She needs sixty two in peace to switch with people Robert Half on. He said they will. But there aren't off lots of heads popping up to say. So where do you think she's got do so far I believe actually behind the scenes, they're aquatic considered number of conserved fan piece who are reconsidering that position and have been somewhat reinsured by some of the noises. That's the prime minister and others have made about progress. Jeffrey courses be making around the back to speak up after a once they've decided to be loyal. Why wouldn't they be waving flags for it? It's been all the note. Well. Dinovite. Yuba woman MP NPR Boston Skegness one of the most leaf voting seats in the country explicitly single Twitter last night that he would vote for the prime minister's deal over any today. Her Jacob smoke making very clear last night that some of his previous declarations about very hard changed the all out not to be true. Because he said he's still needed a fixed time limit. We'll let the same as abolishing a yesterday. But I think the difference there is that I think that this is not actually the I don't think there's uniform. Opinion across the E R J. There are some people who still really want to see the backstop removed entirely from the withdrawal agreement reopened in that bit those pages torn out, and there are those. You know, Jacob rees-mogg is among them. It's interesting to to think of ministry softer and of the group, but who said that an appendix with an end date or something that in effect changes. Jessica legal advice is something that he would agree to. And that is something that is seems hard to get but his paps impossible to get while e- e you've
"twenty nine days" Discussed on KTRH
"Our top story. Addressing the nation this afternoon. President Trump calls on congressional Democrats to work with his administration and Republicans to end the twenty nine day partial government shutdown. This is a common sense compromise. Both. Both parties should embrace the radical left can never control our borders. I will never let it happen. Walls are not immoral. In fact, they are the opposite of immoral because they will save many lives and stop drugs from pouring into our country. President Trump saying he will extend protection for dreamers in exchange for five point seven billion dollars to build the wall. Democrats say similar offers have already been rejected in local news. According to the Houston fire department, a man sleeping in his mobile home. When it caught fire last night was able to escape with only smoke inhalation and some singed hair. There was extensive damage to the mobile home in the fire department's arson. Investigators are looking for the cause there was a shootout in east Houston at about one this morning that lays three would be home invaders dead and one wounded the homeowner discovered the four men in his house and opened fire. Getting off dozens of shot it's marathon weekend in Houston. Five K was run this morning in the full Mira Thon is tomorrow, beware. They're going to be a lot of road closures that include downtown midtown areas. West and south of the city through memorial, chimney, rock and Rice University areas. President Trump is meeting with families of four of America's fallen heroes at Dover air force base today. The four Americans were killed in an explosion Wednesday in Syria, including green beret, a former navy seal and to language specialists..
"twenty nine days" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Twenty nine days into the shutdown. A major announcement. I'm Pam who sale. Fox news. President Trump is expected to address the nation this afternoon on the partial government shutdown and our southern border as the stalemate over the wall continues into a fifth week. He's going to continue fighting for border security. He's gonna continue looking for the solution to envy, humanitarian and national. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, not saying if the president plans on declaring a national emergency. Democrats have said they won't negotiate until the government is reopened. But a democratic house aide says they're working to add about a billion dollars in border security money to measures the house plans to vote on next week. The aid also telling the Associated Press there is no money for a wall or other physical barriers to the Muller investigation and a late night tweet from the president who says fake news is truly the enemy of the people. The president reacting to a story by BuzzFeed that reported the president instructed his former attorney Michael Cohen to lie to congress about a real estate deal in Moscow yesterday, the special counsel's office issued a rare statement disputing that story. Fox's Ed Henry has that was feeds description of specific statements to the special counsel's office and characterization of documents and testimony obtained by. This office regarding Michael Collins congressional testimony. Are not accurate that is from Peter car spokesperson for special counsel, Robert Muller. Buzzfeed says it stands by its reporting the goal of destroying ISIS is not yet accomplished that from Senator Lindsey Graham who says a US withdrawal from Syria without a plan would lead to chaos and Iraq on steroids. The South Carolina Republican is in Turkey discussing the situation. This.
"twenty nine days" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"I wouldn't way already don't. So every day on San Antonio's. First news among the many goals is to tell you something you don't know. Sometimes we succeed. Sometimes we don't sometimes it's something that you already know. For example, the way too early. Top twenty five college football teams for the upcoming season in two thousand nineteen which begins in two hundred and twenty nine days. It's your usual suspects or not all of them Kobayashi. Fred Finistere in verbal Kint are not on the list, but other than that, the usual suspects. I will tell you that army. This is according to ESPN, by the way, always site your source Parker ESPN says army preseason number twenty five only rather real surprise. I saw Syracuse at number fifteen. Well, well, now jump to your top ten. How many will let me let me put it this way. Let's make it a Q and A. Okay. Half of the top ten are from the same conference. Let me guess conference might that be missed McCurdy. SEC? Yes. And I said, it's the usual suspects. Yes, you did. So here we go. Number one. Clemson. Okay. He might wanna guess who. Number two might be Alabama Alabama. Anybody wanna take a shot at number three? Georgia. I wanna take a shot at number four. You're going to have a new coach the Ohio State University. Wanna take a shot at number five? Oh, Notre Dame. Number six, Oklahoma, Oklahoma number seven,.
"twenty nine days" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"But I'm tripping through this day feeling pretty good. Actually, despite the fact that. The market's been pretty volatile lately. Yard Dinnie research, by the way. There have been thirty six corrections of at least ten percents since nineteen fifty and the standard and Poor's five hundred. Cumulatively? He has be five hundred has spent seven thousand and forty days declining in correction territory since nineteen fifty so given it there have been thirty six corrections. The average correction time is about one hundred and ninety six calendar days over the past sixty eight years. It's not fun to wait out one hundred and ninety six calendar days, but it's not a lifetime for crying out loud. Okay. So here's what we need to know. We've had seven extended corrections. Five of which turned into bear market drops of at least twenty percent. We had another one that missed it by like one percent. I think it was in twenty eleven or something. Though, not all bear markets necessarily take a lot of time to resolve like nineteen eighty seven was over and done with. And in fact, nineteen eighty-seven turned out to be a positive year. Even though it's still the largest point drop in a day ever. Or percentage drop I should say. More often than not bear markets lead to extended intermediate term corrections. Twenty two of the thirty six corrections. That's a sixty one percent in the S and P five hundred since nineteen fifty tend to be over with rather quickly. This means on average. We only get an extended or an intermediate term correction about once every five years. So we get corrections almost every year. But they're over and done with once every five years, we get one that takes a little bit of time to get through some turn into bear markets. So assuming we stick to the averages which obviously the stock market doesn't. And second most importantly correction length has significantly shorten says your Denny. Over the past three decades between nineteen fifty and nineteen Eighty-four. Eleven of the twenty two corrections where either extended or intermediate in length since then just three of the past fourteen have taken longer than one hundred and four calendar days to find a bottom. The problem is we all remember, the longest one. Which was two thousand through two thousand and two nine hundred and twenty nine days. It took nine hundred and twenty nine days. For us to find a bottom in the stock market before recovery began. And this is why when you're doing planning, you you you can't time this stuff you cannot time market corrections market crashes and get out because right now be a good time to get out. Wouldn't it? I don't know you see that's the problem. You don't know. Because the other thing that we've learned is most down markets are followed by radically higher up markets, and the fact that you've been up for the last nine or ten years. Does not necessarily mean. This one's over. So so we have to have a bear market strategy in place. Which I talked about last hour. No doubt about that. Talked about a lot of things. But today we've got to be discussing your game plan and your market downturn toolkit as Christine Benz from MorningStar wrote back in November. The last time we started seeing a little shake up. So here's what she says. And I'll give you my comments number one checkup on the reasonableness of your stock bond mix. Yeah. I think Christine, you're right. But the question is doing something about it. Usually when you check on your stock bond mix, and you say, oh, my stocks represent way too high of a target in my portfolio. But now is not the time to be liquidating them when they come back is the time to be liquidating and re allocating and so forth. Now, if you're rebalancing your portfolio and adding stock at this point because you've gotten out of balance that I'm not going to beat you up over that. Because usually the best time to buy his after corrections and bear markets, but you have to promise me patients. Must promise patients. Now MorningStar to their credit does offer a an x Ray tool that I think is helpful. Because it will give you an idea of where you sit with respect to the large cap small cap value growth, if you will in your portfolio and you'll see what kind of balance you have and it's fairly easy to do. Of course, I've never done it. I always had staff to it for me. But some of the staff that did it for me. Well, one of them was really really sharp, Melissa. But I've had others. Do it that were not nearly as sharp, and it's pretty easy to plug in your mutual funds or stocks, or whatever and it puts them in a category for you. And I think that's valuable information for you to have. But again to act on it today might be a day late and a dollar short. Next. See if your plan is on track you should by now have a written retirement plan. And that written retirement plan should give you an idea of how much you're going to be withdrawing when you're going to be withdrawing it what inflation assumption. You're using what earnings assumption you're using for stocks and bonds and real estate. How realistic are those assumptions, and you should be able to sit down with someone who is a competent retirement planner to check on that plan and make sure that your plan is on track. The other thing Benz says is checkup on your investment quality. Well, that is true. Because if you've got some dogs.
"twenty nine days" Discussed on 710 WOR
"I say, like just thirty days to really act twenty nine days because one of the ways reasons you wanna do want to spread the taxes out over years, and it's better spread out over eight years and seven years, right? So give us a call eight hundred three to one zero seven seven next up. We're going to the phone lines. And we have our caller can go ahead, Ken. Josh how you doing? Thanks for taking my call your guest just before. A lot of potentially maybe the hesitancy to get into the wrong for those who missed the last hour. You can get it on podcasts. So subscribe to the podcasts on either the iheartradio app or I actually go on apple and go to the podcast section and you can look for the financial quarterback. And it's a. Powerful podcast that you will not want to miss. Okay. So go ahead on raw. I'm sorry. Has it ever come up the potential of the government of tax and earnings on the Ross in the future, which could be a contributing factor of why people don't want to do the Roth. Now, it's you know, what I mean. And we'll just roll the dice take our chances kind of thing with what we have and day. I think that's severely misguided. And wrong. And I would also say that if you really believe that then I would put money into life insurance and the lurk the life insurance retirement plan over the Roth because we have precedent in the eighties. I don't know if you've ever heard of these. But most accountants that I'm aware of or even unfamiliar with these tax codes, tamra Teferra and defa they allowed so back.
"twenty nine days" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"I walked out of here yesterday. We had TV in one remote and everything was different to come in today. There's three remote in here. They've moved everything around and couldn't figure out which one was a TV. But if you wanted to others a beautiful view off the top of the building. Why do we have a camera on the roof? So we don't need Weather Channel anymore. Just go by to see it firsthand. Just because it's such a big dark and cloudy told you that without a tornado, which would be awesome via. Yeah. That'd be great. The twenty four th day of October Wednesday seven days till Halloween. One week eleven days till daylight saving ins eighteen days until Veterans Day in only twenty nine days till thanksgiving, sixty one toe Christmas, and are you ready for free? Tacos, bring it right after traffic and weather together. Checking in their foot of an accident jazz Bob up this is going to be eastbound for ten down down around the free journey. Ten freeway highway sixteen far far south side the aware that it's right on the exit ramp. We're gonna be getting more details on that press. The city could not be quieter is slick streets. But it could not have better speeds. It looks terrific out there. Megan Bishop NewsRadio twelve hundred w away cloudy skies today. Ninety percent chance of showers. Highs in the low sixties tomorrow, partly cloudy, a slight chance of showers highs in the low to mid seventies. And then on Friday, get ready, partly cloudy, partly sunny, slight chance of showers. Highs eighty degrees. Santos. I as Mr. T along with charity McCurdy mega Bishop keeping her eye on traffic gave planning the winning of falcon and Charlie Parker having coffee the.
"twenty nine days" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Twenty nine days is a long time to maintain a campaign of grievance a talking point on an on an angry mob as you know, better than most at any moment, the Russia investigation can land with a thud in front of the president's residence. You're right. It's incredibly long time to maintain a campaign of grievance. But as Lisa said, it's an even longer time to maintain a campaign of gratitude and now the Justice Cavanaugh is on the supreme court. The calculation for this president is this idea which she sort of intuitively understands that the cultural issues and Greb. Is a much more natural place for him to go. If you look at this campaign, he's not saying reward me forgetting two justices on the cream court. He's not even touting some of his actual achievements, like reward me for the good economy or reward me for the tax breaks. And this is a president who very naturally goes back to the politics of grievance, the politics of wedge issue. So sort of talking about this angry mob, which McConnell, talking point that the president has now latched onto it gets out with the president often, does this sort of us versus them talking about immigrants talking about MS thirteen talking about African-American athletes who are protesting the national anthem, the president when that sort of Muller latest disclosure lands like a thud is you said his most comfortable place to go is to these cultural wedge issues that do galvanize and energize his base, especially white voters and male voters. So soon, there's no outreach to independence. We've. Tablist that for two years pollsters say they're bleeding independence and folks on the left have become fond over this weekend. Pointing out that the senators who voted. Yes represent one hundred and forty, three million people. Senators who voted no represent a hundred eighty. One million people memo to the framers that can't be fixed right now. But is this just a strategy Sam of kind of doubling down and and taking that forty percent out for another spin. Yeah, I think so. I mean. It's not just the Senate in the disproportionate representation there. I mean, when you talk to people who are deeply hurt by this whole process, they will point out correctly so that presidents who have lost the popular vote have appointed for the last six prem- court justices. So there is this concept of minority rule that is overshadow and all of this. Now that's just the just how our system is set up. You can have farmer grievances with how the house which is supposed to be Representative is not Representative all, but that's putting the question aside, you're asking, are they trying to bring out the forty percent? The answer is obviously, yes. I talked to Steve Bannon about this about a month ago and in his point was very valid in that in that in that moment, he said, if we're going to win this election, it's not going to be about winning over suburban women who buy large enough down Trump. It's not going to be about winning over independence is going to be about bringing out the base of Trump supporters, including people who never voted before until the two thousand sixteen election. Bringing them out and getting them polls..
"twenty nine days" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"People. Right. We're only twenty nine days away from the most important midterm election in our lifetime that was Devon Nunez over the weekend. There's going to be massive huge news breaking this week. I know a lot of what it is. But I'm not allowed to reveal my sources at this point the president before that talking about how Cavanaugh was absolutely disgraceful antics and tactics of the left, which is I go through all the time. This is who they are. It defines them character assassination smears, besmirchment bludgeoning. It's it's sad to watch this. And but by a narrow margin they were able to pull it out. He is now a sworn in member of the United States Supreme court joining us now Gregg Jarrett, Fox News legal analyst, author of the Russian hoax number one New York Times bestseller, and John sale is a former special. Prosecutors having served in the prestigious New York southern district of New York and an assistant special water gay. Prosecutor welcome both of you to the program. Rod Rosenstein is about flying on Air Force One with the president. But let me ask you both. I about the treatment. And what is I know we're supposed to be happy when there's a victory in some the good guy wins. But at what cost, you know? I will say that Susan Collins put it best. She condemn the outrageous behaviour, the distortions by special interest groups all the activists and protesters and democratic Senator she made it clear that they're shameful tactics. The smears the character assassination, backfired on them as far as her vote is concerned and last night on sixty minutes. She reiterated that she said, look political threats and attempts attempted. Why Bary have backfired on her it made her steal her determination to make sure that Cavanaugh was being treated? Fairly with the presumption of innocence and due process. She said that is relevant to our advisor consent duty. Let me ask you John sale. I know you've been in more than a few political battles in your life. And we watched this process unfold. Amin, and it got worse and worse, you know, literally crescendo ING at what? When Michael avenue represents a woman that claims almost on a weekend basis that young girls were were systematically, drug boys lining up in the hall to rape them one after another, and and that was an a normal weekend, and that would happen and not just once but multiple times and no parent, no law enforcement. No teacher was ever told ever all your years in the prosecutor's office. Would you be a bit suspicious at that story? Well, you'd be more than a bit suspicious. I mean, you would just rejected out of hand. But Sean going forward there's something very special about the supreme court. You know, the fact that the confirmation was fifty to forty eight it's not like we're trying to be the point spread adjusts. Its now Justice cabin so long judge cabin. He was confirmed and the supreme court just must be above the fray and not send out political signals. And I take the editorial he wrote we. Said the op-ed that he was going to be independent and impartial. Obviously he will be. And I just hope that it does not will the awful things that have happened in the last week do not affect the public's confidence in the independence of the supreme court. Well, I think it's gonna be interesting. And then what we have to ask. The question will the party that was responsible for all of this? Will there be a price to pay in twenty nine days? Well, I mean, in other words, I talk about every election. Republicans a racist, sexist, misogynist, homophobic, xenophobic, islamophobic. They want dirty air water, and they wanna kill granny and throw her over a cliff and they wanna kill children. Well, now, it's you know, coathangers being Sandton and there it's just the same tactics is tactics. I think are backfiring on the Democrats in all of the activists in protesters, and these special interest groups the polling data, Sean is very revealing. There was some apathy among Republican. As is often the case in a midterm election. And suddenly that Shane and transformed GOP voters into energized and motivated voters to get out on election day in next month because they see what is going to happen. If they lose the house and the Senate because Nancy Pelosi and Jerry Nadler who would then become a chairman of the judiciary committee, if Democrats win the house are vowing to the exact were then a retribution investigation to remove cavenaugh for those from the supreme court by virtue of articles of impeachment, and there's nothing that will motivate of Republican voters more than that kind of a sweat undermine the democratic process of confirmation and to try to destabilize the supreme court. For partisan reasons. It's going to be interesting to watch. Do you think politically John you've watched a lot of campaigns is they're going to be is the is the American people gonna be motivated in twenty nine days. And are they going to remember this? Well, I can't read the tea leaves. But what we just saw with the confirmation battle actually was a an example of our separation of powers in action where each branch exercised, it's appropriate role, and now in our democracy. The people are going to decide, and you know, there are going to be irresponsible. Lawyers who are going to come go on TV shows with more people who are claiming I should have been interviewed. I could've told this tale, and I just hope that people can separate the wheat from the chaff as a prosecutor looking at these three cases, how would you have handled them thirty six years later each case, no corroboration in each case. Well, with I don't know anything beyond what's in the public record. But without corroboration. You might entertain a meeting for an hour or two and say thank you for coming by. There's nothing to talk about. Okay. So when when professor Ford, for example, she can't remember location. She can't remember an exact date or a place. Not he's struggling to know the year. And the case of MS Ramirez. She's calling other fellow students from back in the day. She's asking them if they remember because she's not sure she remembers in the case of Julie sweat neck who who made the changed her story. Well, Brad Kavanagh gave out red solo cups and he was near the Punch Bowl. And I saw him in a hall maybe not lined up in a hall, which is very different from the the sworn affidavit that they had originally laid out a week before. I mean, if you look at that the prosecutor's office. What are they gonna say? Well. Say these are all frivolous accusations. But as far as we know regarding Dr Ford there were nine or ten witnesses interviewed and people are gonna say, well there were so many more didn't weren't interviewed. It's not the number of interviews. It's the what they have to say. And if it's all cumulative, you don't you don't count the witnesses. And but I think some of those other people as I say now gonna wanna have their twenty four hours in the sun, or you know, in the in the same, and they're gonna want to go to the National Enquirer or something like that. But no criminal there. No criminal cases, are no civil cases. A good Goodman was confirmed is now a Justice, and we need to move on. Let's talk about the news that we are pretty confident is coming out this week. Let me just say this berry ABS obtuse leaf. I can that. If a top ranking FBI official were to confirm that there was an orchestrated effort among the upper echelon within the DOJ in the FBI to go after Donald Trump for retribution for the firing of James Comey. What would that mean Greg Jarrett? It would mean if this was all a hoax the Russia hoax, and it wasn't Trump Russia collusion that would mean. Greg Jarrett was right from the get-go. But yes, I and yes in the latest information only corroborates the thesis of the book there wasn't Trump Russia collusion. But there was Hillary Clinton Russia collusion. She had on her payroll. A British spy. Who would using Russian sources? And now we've learned through the interview behind closed doors of James Baker the top FBI lawyer. The documents were being passed to him from Hillary Clinton's lawyer and the DNC's lawyer. So, you know, this is astonishing information. And in fact, we've also learned that, you know, this was part of the Pfizer warrant to spy on the Trump campaign. None of it was corroborated and federal regulations are very clear, you may not submit the Fisk information and evidence that is corroborated and yet that is precisely what they did. And so I agree with you. When these documents are declassified and the inspector general hasn't had enough time to look at them and decide I think they will be explosive. Is there any way that rod Rosenstein who signed the fourth FIS a warrant? We know the basis and bulk of the information in the FIS application, John was the unverified uncorroborated dossier, the political document that Hillary paid for. I mean, how is it possible that they passed four those? I mean doesn't have to be held accountable for that. Well, let's wait and see when the documents declassified, but the question is. Of course, we talk about the president is not above the law, and he's not. But certainly neither is the deputy attorney general, but I see one thing a little bit differently. And maybe we're going to segue into this. And that is everything you're talking about should be thoroughly investigated. But I think it's separate from what the molar people are doing. And I think that the Muller investigation can conclude by showing independently that the president was just not involved in any wrongdoing. And it doesn't have to be one or the they're not necessarily linked would they would he have an obligation. See this is what frustrates me. I think that the the mandate was so broad that. We ended up going into people's, you know, Bain Bank loan applications from years gone. By to me is just ridiculous considering where it was post to start. And where it was supposed to go. Would it not lead to an important issue? Especially if Russian lies were paid for and disseminated to the American people to purposely lie to them before an election and worse than that used to use them five five applications despite an opposition party candidate and then use later to destroy a presidential pep president who was duly elected. Well, one hundred percent, and if those things are verified, the people involved should be held responsible criminally, but I'm saying that the bowl investigation in and of itself. Can conclude by showing the president didn't do anything wrong one of the dangers of a special counsel special. Prosecutor is they have only one case. So they're on a mission. But what I've always believed is if a special counsel does a thorough investigation and concludes that in this case, the president did not do anything wrong. He that's special counsel has not failed the special counsel has done a thorough investigation. And in this case, we haven't seen any evidence to show that Donald Trump was involved in collusion, obstruction, or whatever you wanna call it. We'll take a break. We'll come back more Greg Jarrett and John sales. We got Carter page coming up later in the program. Dr Gorka is going to be checking in with us today as he releases why we fight defeating.
"twenty nine days" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"We need to rebuild our immigration system from top to bottom. Starting placing with something that reflects our morality. Medicare for all is actually much more is actually much cheaper than the current system that we pay right now. Maxine please don't say impeachment anymore. They say that I say impeachment. If it turns out that he does become Justice cavenaugh, and your chairman of the House Judiciary committee would you investigated for possible impeachment? If he is on the supreme court and the Senate hasn't investigated then in the house will have to investigate we would have to investigate. Unbelievable. That's the choice. You have in twenty nine days. Are you going to reward this behavior? Are you going to allow would they did to to literally put these people in power? If you've not been particularly interested in a midterm election until now. Well, this would be the perfect time to wake up. And I'll put on TV the states the districts that will matter and define what you're going to hear on election night in two thousand nine days from now. And if you don't vote you're gonna get the government you deserve. You know, who they are? You know, what they're horrible agenda is you know, what their despicable despicable tactics are. So if you want the progress to continue if you'll like where we're headed get your ass out of the chair and go vote. That's my advice to you. Eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free telephone number. Now, let's say you're in a chair, and it's a vacation. You don't have to get out of the chair. Then if you're a Mexico, and let's say they're like Linda fifteen or sixteen or twenty or ten years ago. She won't give us the date. She bought a time. She was stop talking about my age. It's irrelevant. All right. So you bought a bought one of those time share things because you thought you'd wanna sorta you'd be able to recapture the same vacation every year for the rest of your life running forever young in Mexico. And how many times have you been back to your timeshare that you've paid fortune for not not enough? That's for sure. Once once once. Okay. And you've been paying maintenance fees all the while forever young. Yes. All my forever. Young. You have to pay him every year you're obligated now. Sadly, what are the odds of you ever going back again? Well, if you ever take vacation, I'll go, okay solar fault. Ryan and Karen, run lonestar transfer dot com. Okay. One of the great people. They will get you out of that time. Share that you thought you would want for the rest of your life, and you don't.
"twenty nine days" Discussed on KTRH
"We're only twenty nine days away from the most important midterm election in our lifetime that was Devon Nunez over the weekend. There is going to be massive huge news breaking this week. I know a lot of what it is. But I'm not allowed to reveal my sources at this point the president before that talking about how Cavanaugh was you know. Absolutely, the disgraceful antics and tactics of the left, which is I go through all the time. This is who they are. It defines them character assassination smears besmirchment lodging. It's it's sad to watch this. And but by a narrow margin they were able to pull it out. He is now a sworn in member of the United States Supreme court joining us now Gregg Jarrett, Fox News legal analyst, author of the Russian hoax number one New York Times bestseller, and John sale is a former special. Prosecutors having served. In the prestigious New York, southern district of New York, and an assistant special Watergate prosecutor, welcome both of you to the program. Rod Rosenstein is about flying on air force moment, the president. But let me ask you both. I about the treatment. And what is you know? I know we're supposed to be happy when there's a victory in some the good guy wins. But at what cost well, you know, I will say that Susan Collins put she condemn the outrageous behaviour, the distortions by special interest groups all the activists and protesters and democratic Senator she made it clear that they're shameful tactics. The smears the character assassination, backfired on them as far as her vote is concerned and last night on sixty minutes. She reiterated that she said, look tease political threats and and attempts it why Bary have backfired on her it made her. Steal her determination to make sure that Cavanaugh was being treated fairly with the presumption of innocence and due process. She said that is relevant to our advise and consent duty. Let me ask you John sale. I know you've been more than a few political battles in your life. And we watched this process unfold Amin, and it got worse and worse, you know, literally crescendo wing at what when Michael avenue represents a woman that claims almost on a weekend basis that young girls were were systematically, drug boys lining up in the hall to rape them one after another and that was a normal weekend, and that would happen and not just once but multiple times and no parent, no law enforcement, not was ever told ever all your years in the prosecutor's office. Would you be a bit suspicious at that story? Well, you'd be more than a bit suspicious. I mean, you just rejected out of hand, but Sean going forward this something. Very special about the supreme court. You know, the fact that the confirmation was fifty to forty eight it's not like we're trying to be the point spread adjusts. Its now Justice cabin so long judge Cavanaugh he was confirmed and the supreme court just must be above the fray and not send out political signals. And I think the editorial he wrote we said the op-ed that he was going to be independent and impartial. Obviously he will be. And I just hope that it does not will the awful things that have happened in the last week do not affect the public's confidence in the independence of the supreme court. Well, I think it's going to be interesting. And then what we have to ask. The question will the party that was responsible for all of this? Will there be a price to pay in twenty nine days? Well, I mean, in other words, I talk about every election. Republicans a racist, sexist, misogynist, homophobic, xenophobic, islamophobic. They want dirty air water, and they wanna kill granny and throw her over a cliff. And they wanna kill children. Well, now, it's you know, coathangers being sent and and there it's just the same tactics is digital tactics. I think are backfiring on the Democrats in all of the activists in protesters, and these special interest groups the polling data, Sean is very revealing. There was some apathy among Republicans as is often the case in a midterm election. And suddenly that changed and transformed GOP voters into energized and motivated voters to get out on election day next month because they see what is going to happen. If they lose the house and the Senate because Nancy Pelosi and Jerry Nadler who would then become a chairman of the judiciary committee, if Democrats win the house are vowing to the exact were van a retribution investigation. To remove cavenaugh. So those from the supreme court by virtue of articles of impeachment. And and there's nothing that will motivate of Republican voters more than that kind of a sweat undermine the democratic process of confirmation and to try to destabilize the supreme court for partisan reasons. Well, it's going to be interesting to watch do you think politically John you've watched a lot of campaigns is they're going to be is the is the American people gonna be motivated in twenty nine days. And are they going to remember this? Well, I can't read the tea leaves. But what we just saw with the confirmation battle actually was a an example of our separation of powers in action where each branch exercised, it's appropriate role, and now in our democracy. The people are going to decide, and you know, there are going to be irresponsible. Lawyers who are going to come go on TV shows with more people who are claiming. I should've been interviewed. I could've told his tail and I just hope that people can separate the wheat from the chaff as a prosecutor looking at these three cases. How would you have handled them thirty six years later in each case? No corroboration in each case. Well, with I don't know anything beyond what's in the public record. But without corroboration. You might entertain a meeting for an hour or two and say thank you for coming by. There's nothing to talk about. Okay. So when when professor Ford, for example, she can't remember location. She can't remember an exact date or a place that he's struggling to know the year in the case of MS Ramirez. She's calling other fellow students from back in the day. She's asking them if they remember because she's not sure she remembers in the case of Julie sweat neck who who made the changed her story. Well, breath Cavanaugh gave out red solo cups and he was near the Punch Bowl. And I saw him in a hall. Maybe not lying. End up in a hall, which is very different from the these worn app David that they had originally laid out a week before. I mean, if you look at that the prosecutor's office, what are they gonna say? Well, they get say these are all frivolous accusations. But as far as we know regarding Dr Ford there were nine or ten witnesses interviewed and people are gonna say, well there were so many more didn't weren't interviewed. It's not the number of interviews. It's the what they have to say. And if it's all cumulative, you don't you don't count the witnesses. And but I think some of those other people as I say now going to want to have their twenty four hours in the sun, or you know, in the in the same, and they're gonna want to go to the National Enquirer or something like that. But there are no criminal. No criminal cases, are no civil cases. A Goodman was confirmed is now a Justice and we need to move on. Let's talk about the news that we are pretty confident is coming out this week. Let me just say this very obtuse leaf. I can that. If a top ranking FBI official were to confirm that there was an orchestrated effort among the upper echelon within the DOJ in the FBI to go after Donald Trump for retribution for the firing of James Comey. What would that mean Greg Jarrett? It would mean that this was all a hoax the Russia hoax, and it wasn't Trump Russia collusion that would mean. Greg Jarrett was right from the get-go. But yes, and yes and the latest information only corroborates the thesis of the book there there wasn't Trump Russia collusion, but there was Hillary Clinton Russia collusion. She had on her payroll. A British spy who was using Russian sources. And now we've learned through the interview behind closed doors of James Baker the top FBI lawyer. The documents were being passed to him from Hillary Clinton's lawyer and the DNC's lawyer to you know, this is astonishing information. And in fact, we've also learned that, you know, this was part of the Pfizer warrant to spy on the Trump campaign. None of it was corroborated federal regulations are very clear, you may not submit the fish information and evidence that is corroborated and yet that is precisely what they did. And so I agree with you. When these documents are declassified, any inspector general has an has had enough time to look at them and decide I think they will be explosive. Is there any way that rod Rosenstein who signed the fourth FIS a warrant? We know the basis and bulk of the information in the FIS application. John was the unverified. Uncorroborated dossier, the political document that Hillary paid for? I mean, how is it possible that they passed four of those? And I mean, does it have to be held accountable for that? Well, let's wait and see when the documents declassified, but the question is. Of course, we talk about the president is not above the law, and he's not. But certainly neither is the deputy attorney general, but I see one thing a little bit differently. And maybe we're going to segue into this. And that is everything you're talking about should be thoroughly investigated. But I think it's separate from what the molar people are doing. And I think that the Muller investigation can conclude by showing independently that the president was just not involved in any wrongdoing. And it doesn't have to be one or the the they're not necessarily linked would they would he have an obligation. See this is what frustrates me. I think that the the mandate was so broad that we ended up going into people's. You know, Bain Bank loan applications from years gone by to me is just ridiculous considering where it was post to start and where it was supposed to go. Would it not lead to an important issue? Especially if Russian lies were paid for and disseminated to the American people to purposely lie to them before an election and worse than that used to use them five five applications to spy on an opposition party candidate. And then use later to destroy a presidential a president who was duly elected. Well, one hundred percent, and if those things are verified, the people involved should be held responsible, criminally. But I'm saying that the bowler investigation ended up itself can conclude by showing the president didn't do anything wrong one of the dangers of a special counsel special. Prosecutor is they have only one case. So they're on a mission. But what I've always believed is if a special counsel does a thorough investigation and concludes that in this case. The president did not do anything wrong. He that's special counsel has not failed the special counsel is on the thorough investigation. And in this case, we haven't seen any evidence to show that Donald Trump was involved in collusion, obstruction, or whatever you wanna call it. We'll take a break. We'll come back more Greg Jarrett and John sales. We got Carter page coming up later in the program. Dr Gorka is going to be checking in with us today as.
"twenty nine days" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Become Justice cavenaugh, and your chairman of the House Judiciary committee which investigated for possible impeachment. If he is on the supreme court and the Senate hasn't investigated, then the house will have to he'll investigate we would have to investigate. Unbelievable. That's the choice. You have twenty nine days. Are you going to reward this behavior? Are you going to allow would they did to to literally put these people in power? If you've not been particularly interested in a midterm election until now, oh, this would be the perfect time to wake up. I'll put on TV the states the districts that will matter and define what you're going to hear on election night in twenty nine days from now. And if you don't vote you're gonna get the government you deserve. You know, who they are? You know, what they're horrible agenda is you know, what their despicable despicable tactics are. So if you want the progress to continue if you like where we're headed get your ass out of the chair and go vote. That's my advice to you. Eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free telephone number. Now, let's say you're in a chair, and it's a vacation. You don't have to get outta the chair. Then if you're a Mexico, and let's say they're like, Linda fifteen sixteen or twenty or ten years ago. She won't give us the date. She bought a stop talking about my age. It's relevant. Right. So you bought a bought what one of those time share things because you thought you'd want sorta you'd be able to recapture the same vacation every year for the rest of your life forever. Young in Mexico. And how many times have you been back to your timeshare that you've paid a fortune for not not enough? That's for sure. Once once once. Okay. And you've been paying maintenance fees all the while. Forever young. Yeah. Forever. Young. And you have to pay him every year you're obligated now. Sadly, what are the odds of you ever going back again? Well, if you ever take vacation, I'll go, okay. So Ryan and Karen, run lonestar transfer dot com. Okay. One of the great people. They will get you out of that time. Share that you thought you would want for the rest of your life, and you don't.
"twenty nine days" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Twenty nine days till the important midterm elections. And it could be well CNN predicts that Nancy Pelosi be the next speaker of the house Chuck Schumer will be the next Senate majority leader that let's see oh, Maxine Waters will be chairing. This committee Jerrold Nadler will be chairing that committee and Michael avenues running for president in twenty twenty. There are some. I mean, this is a pretty scary environment where we are now discovering according to newsbusters that advocacy groups paid those protesters we were watching all his see groups paid those protesters. We were watching all last week opposing the confirmation of Brett Cavanaugh to the supreme court to quote help create viral moments, including the nearly five minute confrontation with Senator Jeff flake of Arizona Cording to an editor top editor for vice news claiming on Sunday. Sean Thomas appeared on ABC news is this week programs that a lot of the protesters were normal people who were mad about the nomination. However, she also then added we also saw people that were organized and ching singled out one of the women who confronted flake, saying one of them work for the advocacy group ultraviolet and was paid to steer. People in the right ways to be able to confront the senators when this week guest host Jonathan Karl tried to clarify. She said these were people who are paid by organizations like ultra-violet. Here's.
Government watchdog questions whether border wall is worth it
"WBZ news time four oh eight the closing. Bell has just rung on Wall Street a check, on the final numbers today with Tracy jonky a Bloomberg business how, do we do today the. Gains, look pretty, modest Tina but, the result. Is into the Dow is, up thirty nine points at, twenty five thousand five, zero two NASDAQ's up forty seven points and the. S&p is up ten points which doesn't look like much but they s and p's now the highest it's been since. Monday January twenty ninth day, that is mostly notable for being the first, trading, day after the, SMP and, the Dow reached new highs and those, highs have not. Been seen since Facebook led. The SNP and the. NASDAQ it is seeking Bank partnerships with the goal of making Facebook messenger a. Place where banks and their customers can interact and make Facebook users. Perhaps more comfortable about doing, money, business, with, Facebook and. It took longer, for, investors, to warm, up to Dow stocks the Dow, benefitted from slow Oh and, steady improvement in shares of Goldman Sachs Caterpillar and Disney business reports at. Eight and. Thirty eight past the hour I'm Tracy johnke Bloomberg business on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty Tracy WBZ news time four oh nine. A driver who lost control? Of his truck this morning, on. Four ninety five in Andover is suffering serious injuries after being airlifted to a Boston hospital the crash caused a backup for about four hours state police say the man from Ashland with travelling north just, before route ninety three when his vehicle drifted. Into the right lane hitting one. Vehicle then swerve left before striking another vehicle the truck and rolled over on the right side of the highway the driver who is not wearing a seat belt at the time was pinned the need has truck President Trump changes his explanation for the now famous Trump, Tower meeting between his son and a Russian lawyer in two thousand sixteen. And update from CBS's Mola langey President Trump is, now knowledge in the purpose for his son Donald Trump junior's meeting, with the Russian lawyer in Two thousand sixteen over the weekend he tweeted this was a meeting to get information on an opponent totally. Legal and done. All the time in politics and it went nowhere I did not. Know about. It but when news of the meeting I became public last year Donald. Trump junior issued a statement saying it. Was about Russian adoptions and mentioned nothing, about politics or opposition research and in January the. Trump legal, team revealed in a letter to the special counsel that it. Was President Trump himself who dictated the explanation about adoptions Paul manafort's former, top deputy is due next on the stand at the former Trump campaign shares financial fraud trial that word. Is coming from manafort's lawyers the prosecution refuses to confirm that Rick gates will. Be the next witness today's testimony began with a tax preparer who says she disguise a nine hundred thousand dollars in foreign income as a loan in order to reduce his tax burden and a new report by a federal government watchdog agency finds, the president's border wall could cause more than expect Correspondent Steve Dorsey has, the update report from the government accountability office says, the border wall could. Cost more than projected take longer, to build and fall short of expectations the report raises concerns, the department of homeland security is at risk of wasting some of the billions of dollars it'll cost to build. The project meanwhile, the president has threatened a government shutdown after the Senate only approved one point six billion dollars for the wall WBZ news time for. Twelve years Tom cutting any dot com sports studio Red Sox. In Toronto game one of three there tomorrow eight game road trip last night's win over. The Yankees four hours thirty nine minutes we've been a series sweep in. A sizable division lead brought colts into Bogart's WBZ radio sports very very early this morning I was good I mean it's it's tough to sweep anyone especially in a three-game series much less a four game series so to sweep a team like that it's big for us Little was good but it, will still catchable lower nine. And a, half I mean this a little bit far but this. Was a weird game. But we like to leave we, have no I, would think. So patriots not on the field today back practicing tomorrow first preseason game Thursday Washington here multiple. Reports, Red Sox looked patriots. Cutting ties with..
"twenty nine days" Discussed on Newsmakers
"And he came in on sunday through the ball hard was throwing strikes and you know stranger things have happened the guy has the second start in his career like this you know we've taught we've mentioned this before that scouts always argues sky hitter pitcher because in high school and college they do every role so he may be hayes found his niche to think about it jackson or something seems like these guys reinvent themselves come back with cutter or slider or something they didn't have before in the case of this guy each came back with gas i assume he had he had hard stuff before he's just figured out how to harness and a little bit of unharmed thing it is not necessarily a bad thing and one last note here richard on the padres on sunday there in san francisco they got to at and t park for a game their team bus never shows up at the team hotel so there traveled director sees this empty san francisco tour bus in the vicinity he flags it down he negotiates a rate with the driver and next thing you know the the club is on their way on time the ad park yeah i say it all the time game of judgments it's a game of judgments the great ones but i think you know that route they went by fisherman's warf in the they let the relievers go over and take the tour alcatraz just get there by the sixth inning we're good we don't really need you guys that's pretty that's a pretty cool thing we took a tour bus to at and t park whatever works all right richard it's a new week what are you watching today i'm watching shelby miller tonight against the marlins of for starting four hundred twenty nine days and you know the thing about him he was going to be a top starter for the the cardinals they ended up trading him he was had a really good year when he went six and seventeen for the braves in twenty fifty he was really good in the are a three oh two and it was tough times for airasia now he's back from tommy john surgery and the thing is he's twenty seven years old and he's got a chance to really impact a rotation that needs somebody and also just all the work he's put into it he deserves to have some good stuff happened to all right well for the cubs we got dwayne underwood junior making his major league debut in la against the dodgers twenty ninth ranked prospect for them and also of note for me richard is at minimum park in your back yard tonight justin verlander of course you gotta watch him any anytime he takes the mound right now a fifteen quality starts in sixteen outings this season he's just having a tremendous age thirty five year and he goes against jay half of the blue jays who has been a really reliable weapon for the blue jays rotation this year and could be a hired gun for somebody here midseason of course the starting pitching market is predominantly pretty weak this year unless the mets of start download of jacob degrom noah syndergaard's the world we don't really expect that but jay hat might be top of the heap there so we'll see how he delivers against justin ver lander we'll be back on wednesday myself in richard justice might thanks to mark bowman for joining us today and to our producer mercer morris we'll talk soon have a great day everybody
Hear Yodeling Kid Mason Ramsey's Moving Debut Song 'Famous'
"The show with the three things we think you need to hear to be in the know it's called the three at twelve oh three get this the three three things at twelve oh three talk about three things the magic yodeling hid mason ramsey this kid is on fire he is on fire the walmart yodeling kid has now released i don't see that can i just say this really quick my kids yesterday were talking about the walmart yodeling kid and i was like oh yeah he's big news you guys he's dropping a single they looked at me and they're like you know the walmart moat yodeling kid and i was like yeah da and now everybody's gonna know the walmart yodeling kid mason ramsey because he already is a major label album deal album deal and this is his first single from it it's called famous perspective famers it's kind of cute i mean he's an adorable eleven year old who's very talented and i hope the world does not ruin him like they've ruined everything else in the world you should rued the day that the internet takes a look at your child because it will not be good happy monday everybody you know i don't disagree with you he is let's just put everything into perspective can we just talk about this he's eleven years old that that video basically was posted and went viral twenty nine days ago we're not even a month in for the reign of yodeling kid okay he has sung at coachella he has been on ellen degeneres show he's into huge album deal and he's recorded in now dropped the single in twenty nine days can i say something can i say something no we are a horrible people in a wonderful way i'm all ears in a wonderful way but this just this sought occurred to me so i feel like i should share it in the moment like it used to be that you eleven year old mason ramsey really wanted to perform and had a desire to sing into share his thing and he worked really hard and maybe just maybe somebody would recognize him at a certain point ten fifteen twenty years later and he would be rewarded for all the.