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AP-NORC Poll: Americans Warier of US Government Surveillance

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

AP-NORC Poll: Americans Warier of US Government Surveillance

"As the nine eleven attacks twentieth anniversary approaches a poll finds Americans are increasingly wary of government surveillance in the name of national security in the first years after the attacks Americans were more likely to tolerate the government monitoring communications outside the country in the name of defending the homeland now with a piano worse the center for public affairs research poll finds bipartisan concerns forty six percent are against the government reading emails sent between people outside the U. S. without a warrant while twenty seven percent back at those numbers were roughly flipped a decade ago Americans are now also more likely to oppose warrantless government eavesdropping on calls outside the US the poll finds only about a third believe the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq were worth fighting Sager made Donnie Washington

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Edmunds: Vehicle Prices Remain High This Labor Day Weekend

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

Edmunds: Vehicle Prices Remain High This Labor Day Weekend

"If you were planning to go car shopping this Labor Day weekend don't expect to see the big markdowns you would have seen in years past the pandemic is made this another far from normal year when it comes to car buying usually dealers discount their inventory to make room for next year's models but because of a shortage of computer chips new vehicle inventories about a third of what it should be and Jessica Caldwell with admins says that lack of inventory means higher prices new vehicles are averaging forty two thousand three hundred dollars that's nearly nine percent higher than last year and used cars high in demand cost about twenty seven percent more than last year averaging twenty six thousand four hundred dollars hi Jackie Quinn

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COVID-19 Cases Grow in Hard-Hit Area of Missouri

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

COVID-19 Cases Grow in Hard-Hit Area of Missouri

"There's been another increase in the number of hospitalized code nineteen patients in Springfield Missouri coronavirus immunization rates are low in Springfield Missouri and the number of patients hospitalized increased about twenty seven percent over the long holiday weekend to over two hundred there was a shortage of ventilators report it in a public plea for help from respiratory therapists the Springfield area leads the nation with the most new code cases linked to the highly contagious delta variant the head of mercy Springfield hospital says everyone is just holding their breath anticipating a spike from the fourth of July holiday I am Jackie Quinn

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Apple Auto Download Bug Results in Lower Downloads

podnews

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

Apple Auto Download Bug Results in Lower Downloads

"Feel seeing loa download numbers from apple podcasts. You'll not alone. There's an auto download bug in iowa. Fourteen point six apple says listening is unaffected and it'll be fixed say apple with a software update and good on them for being open. One podcast hosts tells pod news. That only started in late. May two hosts. We've spoken to report a twenty-seven percent drop in apple downloads. Month on month podcast. Publishers have contacted us reporting similar now since apple accounts for about forty percent of all downloads. The industry might see an overall eleven percent drop in june that translates to a seven point. Seven million dollar loss in ad revenue. It will be fixed of course but because the podcast sap is constantly operating system in needs to wait for the next ios update

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Young Leads Hawks to 113-96 Win Over Knicks, 3-1 Series Lead

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Young Leads Hawks to 113-96 Win Over Knicks, 3-1 Series Lead

"The hawks own a three games to one lead following their one thirteen ninety six rather the Knicks Trey young lit up the Knicks for twenty seven points and John Collins added twenty two despite taking a hard fell by Julius Randle stuff happens for stitches I got a memo over Lebanon you did most of my bottom lip a little bit you know I mean nothing really I can do at this point just gotta wait for it to heal but I'm going okay Atlanta led by four at halftime before shooting ten for nineteen in the third quarter to go ahead by seventeen Randall had twenty three points but shot just seven for nineteen leaving him a twenty seven percent from the field in the series R. J. Barrett finished with twenty one points and Derrick rose had eighteen for the Knicks who will try to stave off elimination at home on Wednesday I'm Dave Ferrie

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Reminder: Apple Makes a LOT of Money

Talking Tech

02:01 min | 7 months ago

Reminder: Apple Makes a LOT of Money

"Net listeners. It's molina and i'm mike schneider and welcome back to talking tech. I know you have an iphone. And i bet you've used a lot during the coronavirus pandemic. Oh absolutely i got an iphone. Twelve many a few months ago. And i really like it. And if you ask anyone in my household they probably think that My phone is a part of my body. At this point. you're not alone. Longtime a new apple. Device users have been relying on the company's products and services in recent months. We know that because apple this week announce another outstanding quarter. And we're talking to january twenty twenty one march twenty twenty one time period in terms of device sales and revenue from services. Let me throw some results. Sales of ipads rose seventy seven percent. Compared to a year ago amounts to seven point. Eight billion mac. Computer sales increased sixty nine percent to nine point. One billion apple also sold sixty six percent more i phones generating sales of forty eight billion. That's the company's biggest ever march quarter and in terms of wearables homes and accessories. That's a specific category. That includes apple. Tv players apple watches. Sales rose twenty four percent to seven point. Eight billion so across the board day saw increases and then also you and i both written about apple services like apple music app news apple tv plus icloud apple fitness things like that will revenue from services grew twenty seven percent to sixteen point. Nine billion overall added more than forty million paid subscriptions during the quarter to surpass six hundred and sixty million total. So you add all this up. And apple's overall revenue rose fifty four

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Renewed concern over COVID-19 trajectory, even as vaccinations rise

5 Things

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Renewed concern over COVID-19 trajectory, even as vaccinations rise

"President joe biden announced on thursday a new goal of administering two hundred million covid nineteen shots in his first one hundred days in office. That's double his initial goal of one hundred million as the us is currently administering some two point five million doses per day and twenty seven percent of americans have now received at least one dose but cases are back on the rise. Cdc director rochelle wenski said friday that she's deeply concerned about the trajectory of cases in the us. The recent seven day average of new cases was up about seven percent from the previous week. Deaths have not increased for now but hospitalizations. Also

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Goldman Sachs way off in PC expectations, consumer and commercial sales up

Mac OS Ken

02:39 min | 8 months ago

Goldman Sachs way off in PC expectations, consumer and commercial sales up

"There's misreading the numbers then. There's yesterday's note from goldman sachs analyst rod hall. He and his missed expectations in the december quarter by a lot missing march. Twenty twenty four missing in june. Okay missing in september fine but the amount he missed nine months into the pandemic look. I'm not saying i could do it. But i'm also not getting paid. Who knows how many tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of dollars to do it. Apple's read auto in part of a note whole wrote according to his firm's data. Pc shipments for the december quarter hit eighty nine point seven million units up twenty six percent year on year beating the bank's expectation by twenty one percent consumer side sales. Were up twenty. Seven percent beating their expectation by eighteen commercial. Sales were up. Twenty five percent beating their expectation by twenty four percent while he's apparently good at being wrong about computers. in general. We've come to know hall over the past couple of years for being wrong about apple in particular. Didn't used to be that way. Not sure what changed whatever it was. He doesn't appear to be changing back quoting his note. Apple rose thirty five percent year on year. End up with the sheriff fifteen percent up. One percentage point year-on-year that we note that. I'm wanting max where likely in short supply in the corridor. Quoting another part of his note. Hp lost share due to supply constraints while apple grew slightly faster than the market driven. In part by. Its new am one. Max looking ahead. We expect this general p strength to persist in the first half but we can in the second half driven by reopening as well as tougher compares to be fair hall said basically the same thing in a note back in december still do atypically typically apple three dot did not list halls rating and price target on apple shares. The last mentioned the boat was in the wake of apple's last call when hall stuck to his cell rating on apple shares. He did up as priced at that time. Though from eighty dollars to eighty three dollars since then shares have gotten as high as one hundred thirty seven dollars though. They've spent most of their time in the one hundred. Twenty something dollar range.

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The innovations we need to avoid a climate disaster with Bill Gates

TED Talks Daily

07:41 min | 8 months ago

The innovations we need to avoid a climate disaster with Bill Gates

"Would like to start where you start from the title of the book how to avoid climate disaster. Which of course presumes that. You're heading towards the climate disaster if we don't act differently. So what is the single. Most important thing we must do. So via caster the greenhouse gases we put into the atmosphere particularly ceo to stay there for thousands of years in. So it's really the sum of all those emissions are forcing temperature higher and higher which will have disastrous effects and so we have to take these emissions which are presently Over fifty one billion tons per year and drive those all the way down to zero and that's when the temperature will stop increasing and the disastrous weather events. won't get worse and worse so you know it's pretty demanding. It's not a fifty percent reduction. It's a all the way down to zero now. Fifty one billion is is a big number is difficult to register so understand that help us. Visualize the scale of the scale of the problem. Well the key is to understand all the different sources and People are mostly aware of the production of electricity with natural gas and coal is being big source. That's about twenty seven percent and there's some aware of transportation including passenger cars. Passenger cars are seven percent and transportation. Brawl is sixteen percent. They have far less awareness of the other three segments agriculture Which is nineteen percent heating and cooling buildings including using natural gas or seven percent and then sadly the biggest segment of all manufacturing including steel and cement People are least aware about one and in fact that one is the most difficult for us to solve the size of the all steel plants cement plants paper plastic. The industrial economy is gigantic. And we're asking now to be changed over in this thirty year period. We don't even know how to make that change right now. So you're correct momentum. Really here i'm simplifying. Is that basically. We need to clean up all of this the way we make things we grow things. We got around economy and so to do that. We need to get to a point where green energy is as cheap as fossil fuels and new materials materials cheap as materials and do ducal eliminating the green premium. So start tell us what you mean by green premium so the premium berries from emission sources. It's the cost to buy that product where there's been no emissions versus the cost. We have today and so for an electric car. The green premium is reasonably moss. Do pay a little more upfront. You save a bit on the maintenance and gasoline you give up some range. You have a longer charging time but over the next fifteen years because the volume is there and the aren't dis being done. We can expect that. The electric car will be preferable. It won't cost more will have a much higher range. And so that green premium that. Today's about fifteen percent is headed to be zero even without any government subsidies and so that's magic. That's exactly what we need to do for every other category now an area like cement where we haven't really gotten started yet. The green premium today is almost double the price that is you pay one hundred twenty five dollars per tonne of cement today but it would be almost double that if you insisted that it be green cement and so the way i think of this is in twenty fifty will be talking to indian same to them. Please use the green products is you're building basic shelter. You know simple air conditioning which they'll need because of the heat increase in lighting at night for students and unless we're willing to subsidize it or the price is very low They'll say no. This is a problem that the rich countries Created that india suffering from. And you need to Take care of it So only by bringing that green premium down very dramatically about ninety five percent across all categories. Will that conversation go well. So that india can make that shift and so the the key thing here is that the us has responsibility is not just two zero out its emissions. That's very hard thing. But we're only fifteen percent unless we through our power innovation make it so cheap for all countries to switch all categories. Then we simply aren't going to get there and so the. Us really has to step up and use all of this innovative capacity every year for the next thirty years what what needs to happen in order to for this breakthroughs to actually occur with kind of whatever the players need to come together well innovation usually happens at a piece of its own here. We have this deadline twenty fifty and so we have to do everything we can to accelerate it. We need to raise The rnd budgets in these areas in two thousand fifteen. I organized along with president lawn and obama. Aside event to the paris climate talks where what prime minister mode labeled mission innovation was a commitment to double rnd budgets over a five year period in all the the big countries came in and made that pledge. Then we need lots of smart people who instead of working out of the problems are encouraged to work on these problems. So coming up with funding for them is very very important. I'm doing through what. I call to energy fellows. We need high risk capital to invest in these companies. Even though the risks are very very high. And that's There is now a break in energy ventures as one group doing that and drawing lots of other people in But then the most difficult thing is we actually need markets for these products even when they start out being more expensive. And that's what. I call catalyst organizing the buying power of consumers and companies and governments so that we get on the learning curve. Get the scale going up like we did with solar wind across all these categories so it's both supplied innovation and demand for the the green products. It that's the combination that can start us to make this change to the physical in the infrastructure of the entire physical economy

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Why Square Stock Dropped Today

MarketFoolery

04:24 min | 9 months ago

Why Square Stock Dropped Today

"Came in solidly higher-than-expected shares of square though are down seven percent this morning. Because growth is slowing. There's always a lot to get to with square so when you look at all the numbers. Tell me what stood out to you. Yes for me. I really focused. When i swear on really their burgeoning business which you know is the cash shop. It's funny you mentioned the war on cash and they have this kind of conveniently named cash app so it was really some of the numbers that the shop drew in the quarter and for that matter the fiscal year one of them is one hundred sixty two percent. Increase your ear. Gross profit of the cash up In a lot of that is being fueled by new users and specifically cryptocurrencies like bitcoin. So i think one number is not in throughout the entire twenty twenty fiscal year over three million people transacted bitcoin in some regard which was a two hundred fifty percent increase in volume compared to fiscal year. Nineteen and then they also even gave some gave some information on january twenty twenty one st year with over one million new buyers of bitcoin so really just interesting kind of figures throughout the entire report. Kind of the bitcoin. Being such an important part of that cash app is what really stood out to me. Yeah and that was certainly part of the headline squares square announcing it had purchased one hundred seventy million dollars worth of bitcoin during the quarter so cash app is squares version of ven. Mo- it's interesting to see the reaction from the start because on the one hand. This is a stock. Even factoring in the drop today. The stock is up almost two hundred percent in the past year so i understand particularly traders on wall street with a shorter term mentality saying alright. It's been a good year. Let's let's take a little money off the table. That sort of thing on the other hand. I don't know the overall market cap of square is just over one hundred billion dollars. It seems like a business with a lot of room to run. And i was listening to some of the comments the. Cfo made around what they are. Seeing it square in terms of how sticky the cash app is in terms of the other parts of squares business. How it's this thing that sort of bringing people in and once they're in the square ecosystem. They they start trying other parts of the business. So i don't know like would you look i get the. Pe ratio is somewhere north of five hundred. But when you when you look at everything that square has going on do you look at today as a buying opportunity for people who maybe had square on their watchlist and thought well okay. It's it's seven percent cheaper than it was yesterday. Yeah actually i was looking at. You know over the last couple of weeks how it's performed and through last week year to date. I think it was up. Something like twenty seven percent and then you have over the last couple of days. You know ten percent or so pullback and these are always the days as as a long term investor that i look for you know have a business. That's in my opinion burgeoning. Having fiscal year revenue grow over one hundred percent granted excluding bitcoin. That's only about fifteen or twenty percent but as long term investor. I do think this is an opportunity. I'm not personally a shareholder of square. But it's a fascinating business to me and we've seen so much traction and really their largest growing business in terms of bitcoin transaction cryptocurrency and things like that which really doesn't seem to be dying the craze three or four years ago now. And you know it's all of a sudden habit a two year hiatus and it's got right back in the thick of things you know which squares really benefiting from. So you know. I think if you're a long term investor willing to hold for a couple of years and not too worried about a lot of volatility which has realizing probably will continue to experience over the coming months over coming quarters over the coming years I think this is an opportunity to dip your feet in or maybe increase your position a little bit lows. Fourth quarter report

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Robinson-Earl leads No. 5 Villanova past Marquette 96-64

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Robinson-Earl leads No. 5 Villanova past Marquette 96-64

"Jeremiah Robinson Earl was the star and fifth ranked Villanova's ninety six sixty four pounding of Marquette Robinson Earl poured in a season high twenty seven points on ten of eleven shooting he also shot five for five from three point range and grabbed eight rebounds to the thirteen into Wildcats the five three pointers were a career high for Robinson Earl who wintered shooting twenty seven percent from beyond the arc this season and had made just twelve from long range conical SP added sixteen points and eleven assists and Jermaine Samuels scored fourteen in the Wildcats tenth win in eleven games I'm Dave Ferrie

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Apple reportedly developing next-gen ultra-thin displays for AR devices with TSMC

Daily Tech News Show

05:30 min | 10 months ago

Apple reportedly developing next-gen ultra-thin displays for AR devices with TSMC

"Nikei sources say that apple partnered with chipmaker. Tsmc to develop micro. Ola displays would displays built directly onto chip wafers for use in our future. Headsets that displays underdevelopment are less than one inch in size with mass production estimated several years away the beta for iowa's fourteen point five adds accident hazard and speed check reporting to apple maps. A new report button is available in the bottom tray of maps to report incidents and voiced support for siri is available as well and analysis by cambridge university university although they probably have anniversaries also estimates that bitcoin mining consumes roughly one hundred twenty one point three six terawatt hours of electricity per year which would make a top thirty energy consumer if it were used by country however for context the researchers noted that electricity consumed in the us by always on inactive could power the bitcoin network for year. I liked that comparison there. It's like yeah that sounds bad but then also that Following its launch in australia. Google new showcase launched in argentina and the united kingdom offering now includes free and paywall two articles for more than one hundred twenty uk and forty argentinian outlets bringing its total to four hundred fifty publications twitter announced monetize daily active users increased twenty seven percent on the year in. Its q four to one hundred ninety two million but missed analysts expectations of one hundred ninety three point. Five million with growth slowing for the third consecutive quarter. Twitter also said wednesday it suspended more than five hundred accounts and reduced certain hashtag visibility in india to comply with several orders from the indian government amidst farmers protests on agricultural reforms in the country. The twitter accounts are only being blocked in india and don't include news media entities. Journalists activists were politicians who have twitter accounts and twitter. Cfo ned siegel said on cnbc. Wednesday that people removed from its platform are not allowed to come back and that applies to president donald trump. Even if he ran for office again. All right let's talk a little bit more about what twitter is planning jack dorsey. He's been talking a lot about decentralisation over the past couple of months what did he say. This time scott feels like every time i'm on the show. There's something about his little idea but on this same call with investors on tuesday twitter ceo. Jack dorsey explained how it's internet project or internal project rather called blue sky and this something. He first announced wave back in december of two thousand nineteen Could create a decentralized social network to give people more choice over their twitter twitter experience Dorsey said twitter might create multiple rhythms for you to choose from offer them alongside those made by others a sort of marketplace on a lot of detail beyond that but dorsey feels Choice like this would not only help out business. But dr more people into participating in social media in the first place Decentralisation could also help twitter address concerns about moderation neutrality. all that kind of stuff Pretty fascinating idea I i still hope he does it with partners. And not just a a twitter store with algorithm skins. Well i mean it sounds like it's it's a combination of both the way twitter sees it happening. The company itself would say all right. You might want this experience. We have enough user feedback to know that some users are frustrated with the kind of stock twitter experience and using hashtags and maybe Filtering out certain keywords or searching for users or topics isn't enough for you you want twitter built a certain way and we can do that for you but then the company saying also third party developers might have some really great ideas and we welcome those algorithms as well as long as you know people wanted that. Could this be something that people would potentially pay for in the future. I would think yes. Yeah although i mean his focus on decentralisation implies that this would be something out in the wild right to the for longtime twitter's been talking about maybe we'll partner up with an existing decentralized solution which there are a few out there like mastodon. And i think that's a really really interesting way to approach this to say what if we decentralized twitter and differentiated twitter is just one of the better ways to talk with folks but like you said scott. He thinks that would help drive more people into participating if there was a federation so to speak that mastodon is that right now but twitter isn't part of mastodon so you don't have enough people using it so it doesn't get that momentum that it needs if twitter gets behind something like that whether it's mastodon or something else then suddenly it's got momentum and if you could say like well what i would like is a more environmental spin on this. I want a more libertarian. Spin you know wanted to promote things that are more about molecular biology promote scientists. I want i want to have a spiritual issues in christianity. Promoted more you you could have that and still everybody be participating in the same network and to his point about moderation neutrality. If you're the one picking the algorithm then you might have issues with how that particular algorithm works. But there'd be less burden on twitter or any other participant to be the person in charge of deciding what gets promoted and what doesn't because you'd have a lot of different approaches to it

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Twitter suspends over 500 accounts in India after government warning

Daily Tech News Show

00:48 sec | 10 months ago

Twitter suspends over 500 accounts in India after government warning

"Twitter announced monetize daily active users increased twenty seven percent on the year in. Its q four to one hundred ninety two million but missed analysts expectations of one hundred ninety three point. Five million with growth slowing for the third consecutive quarter. Twitter also said wednesday it suspended more than five hundred accounts and reduced certain hashtag -bility in india to comply with several orders from the indian government amidst farmers protests on agricultural reforms in the country. The twitter accounts are only being blocked in india and don't include news media entities. Journalists activists were politicians who have twitter accounts and twitter. Cfo ned siegel said on cnbc. Wednesday that people removed from its platform are not allowed to come back and that applies to president donald trump. Even if he ran for office again.

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Twitter's daily active users number reached to 192 million in the fourth quarter of 2020

Daily Tech News Show

00:36 sec | 10 months ago

Twitter's daily active users number reached to 192 million in the fourth quarter of 2020

"Twitter announced monetize daily active users increased twenty seven percent on the year in. Its q four to one hundred ninety two million but missed analysts expectations of one hundred ninety three point. Five million with growth slowing for the third consecutive quarter. Twitter also said wednesday it suspended more than five hundred accounts and reduced certain hashtag -bility in india to comply with several orders from the indian government amidst farmers protests on agricultural reforms in the country. The twitter accounts are only being blocked in india and don't include news media entities. Journalists activists were politicians who have twitter accounts

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Twitter Inc. stock rises Wednesday, outperforms market

MarketFoolery

03:23 min | 10 months ago

Twitter Inc. stock rises Wednesday, outperforms market

"From the lego movie. Because we've got three stocks that are headed higher today and we're going to start with twitter. Shares of twitter up eight percents. Fourth quarter revenue was higher than expected. We can get into sort of guidance and where this company is going in two thousand twenty one and beyond but what did you think of the fourth quarter. What stood out to you. Yeah i mean. It was a really impressive fourth quarter. I'm sorry as always. There's some background noise. It's like the world when i'm recording. Something at to be loud behind me. So i'm sorry about that but like new york city that surprising that there would be back. There are always right next to my window but that the fourth quarter was really impressive. They're revenue was one point. Three billion up twenty twenty seven percent. It was actually Their highest ever in a quarter their global there was this broad-based recovery in advertising revenue their. Us revenue was up twenty four percent. They're international revenue was up thirty four percent. They're japan which is actually their second largest market. Their revenue was up twenty six percent to fourteen percent of total revenue and so that all kind of reminded the investors of twitter. How global this platform is jack. Dorsey made appointed statement without naming. Any names saying no. The platform is much larger than anyone topic or anyone account. Eighty percent of the audience is outside of the us. There are many accounts with over twenty five million followers so strengthen this quarter i think just reiterated to followers on twitter and people who are investors that such a global platform and that. It has a lot of room to grow in. It's going to keep growing hopefully and in terms of the stock performance. It's up it's up today. It's up over the past year about eighty percent. You and i were chatting Earlier today and when we were talking about twitter and one of the things i said was twitter just seems like one of those companies. That can't get on a hot streak. They really can't string together. Three or four or more Really great strong quarterly reports in a row. The performance over the past year sort of goes against you know what i just said. But how optimistic do you think. Shareholders should be about twenty twenty one. I think twitter is really interesting because we have seen you know a return with advertisers. You see that. Advertisers are choosing to spend money on ecommerce on social platforms. That's where they're going to get the best return on their advertising dollars and so. I think that we haven't really figured out where twitter is in how effective it is for advertisers and users. You know it's clear when you're on instagram. You could be shopping for clothes when you're on pinterest. You should could be shopping for home decor. I think it's hard for people to make a clear connection between people who are scrolling through politics twitter to know you know. What are you now buying. And so for an advertiser. What is the of being on this specific platform versus many other platforms. And i think you know that's what we need to keep looking for an understanding four when it comes to twitter as why do advertisers need to go to that platform and it's

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A quarter of Spotify users now use podcasts there too

podnews

02:40 min | 10 months ago

A quarter of Spotify users now use podcasts there too

"A quarter of all monthly active spotify users. Now use the app to listen to podcasts. That's up from twenty two percent last quarter speaking on the company's quarter. Four two thousand nine twenty earnings call daniel x says. He's reasonably confident that he can see benefits in user growth and retention from podcasts. Spotify says it's got two point. Two million podcasts in the system now apple has one point. Eight million in denmark twenty-seven percent of all adults listen to podcasts every week that's three percentage points up from last year according to denmark radio so we're seeing gen just continuously clamping higher and higher also when you take into consideration the general surroundings of corona virus. And all these things is actually pretty fine a little bits. We've seen here. There's a full interview with the researchers in the portland news podcast. Later today. Costs programmatic ad. Sales revenue grew two hundred fifteen percent in two thousand twenty. The company has announced podcast addict now supports the new podcast location. Tag as does sprouts has to our podcast pages. Try search for the north idaho. Now podcasts to find out where that's based although you probably guessed already pulled. Lp podcast app for the kyw platform has now been downloaded five million times on geo an indian mobile network radio franz signs agreement to put its podcasts onto podcast addicts. The broadcast is unusual in restricting. Its rss feed addresses from the apple. Podcasts api headliner. Social podcasts promotion platform had more than two hundred seventy two thousand new users in two thousand and twenty. They say joe biden has signed with patron in canada. The jim pattison broadcast group has signed with triton digital podcast hosting monetization and measurement in argentina news channel t n has launched t. n. podcast. Its own podcast network. Espn got half a billion downloads. In two thousand nine hundred twenty a yearly increase of twenty eight percent and aerial flat has launched a newsletter called podcast. Plunge every issue is anchored by a podcast network and then focuses on other pieces of internet about the main topic of the show and in podcast news. Spotify for the record will post a new episode today with ceo daniel eck and cfo. Paul vogel on their cost of four twenty twenty earnings reports. Matt kopa were convicted criminal. Michael cohen features an interview with stormy daniels. In case you still care about any of that.

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"Pandemic" Pet Adoption - Always Great No Matter When It Happens

Talk, Tales and Trivia

07:23 min | 11 months ago

"Pandemic" Pet Adoption - Always Great No Matter When It Happens

"I was in a new apartment in a new city after just having broken up with a partner of ten years. I didn't leave my home. I had very little outside contact with anybody. Virtual or otherwise. I was all alone for the first time a very long time. I became even more introvert than i'd ever been before. Feeling sadness sorrow and kind of use on a daily basis. Let me just say that. I am inherently a cat person. But i was compelled to do everything the opposite way of. How about my life up until that point. The all quote. Nothing is working this way. So i'll do it the opposite and see what happens. It can't get much worse in quote. That was my line and my way of thinking at that time. We'll in october of two thousand eighteen. My precious cat when he had just passed away. It was very sad. And so i thought briefly about waiting on getting another pet altogether. Maybe i'll just wait. It was just so painful to imagine going through the worry and commitment. And plus i had just start to travel a little bit more but somehow i didn't dismiss it as the weeks went by. I saw an ad on pet finder dot com for a dog named frank and the ad it stayed that frank was quote body sensitive in quote in other words he was a biter. But guess what that did not deter me. As i read the ad i learnt that he had been in a few bad homes been rejected and returned to the shelter. But the ad also said that wants the bonding phase was established. He'd be a companion for life. I was intrigued as ended up. I wouldn't be all alone for the rest of my life. Like i thought i would. Happy ending for franken me for sure. But here's another pet story. That's just as cool on. Us news and world report. I found this doctor. Liz dare a family medicine. Physician in western massachusetts had wanted to adopt a dog but she hadn't quite found the right time to do it with work travel and other commitments. They're just never seemed to be a great time to adopt a pet and her two cats kept her company. Well enough with fewer knees dog. And isn't that the truth. But in mid-march the world changed when the coronavirus pandemic was declared overnight workplaces closed and like many other people. Liz began working from home. A lot offering visits with patients. Virtually from their homes. Having a dog would help stave off some of the isolation that accompanied the radical change and it is radical in lifestyle so many of us have had to cope with since the coronavirus pandemic began. She says i'm single. And i live by myself so it felt like a really right time for me. Well according to its july seventeenth twenty twenty covid nineteen impact report. The number of dogs and cat adoptions. Were actually down. Twenty seven percent when compared to the same time period a year ago. but foster's were up nine percent. Many states have seen a significant decline in the number of animals. Entering the shelters as volunteers observed stay at home orders but the increase and fosters suggests that more people are willing to take on sick or older pets that might otherwise not have found a safe home to call their own for any period of time because this is an ever changing situation and each shelter faces unique challenges adoption and fostering statistics will vary at any given time. It's so obvious. But there's no doubt that the response from community residents across the nation to support their local shelters by fostering vulnerable animals has been enormous and unprecedented. And isn't that the coolest thing well for liz. The rush to adopt meant. She had to be patient to find her pandemic pet orla name eventually. She connected with a shelter and connecticut right here where i am that brings dogs up from the southern united states. So that's how. She found sophie a two year. Old thirty pound terrier boxer mix. She's chestnut brown with white around her face and white paws and she's got spots running down her chest. She sounds adorable and she is and sweet and she's a very low key dog. I needed to find a dog. She says that was going to get along well with my two cats and as it turns out. Sophia's very good around the cats. Who are still a little freaked out by her. Well let me just tell. This story has a great ending to. She brought sophie home of month ago. They're still adjusting to the new routine. She's totally fallen in love with this dog. So after those two stories. My story about frank and liz's story about sophie. Do you even need to hear the bullet point benefits for adopting a pet. No well here. They are anyway well. They offer companionship. We know that this is important. If like myself you live alone before. I adopted frank who is a dachshund maltese mixed breed. I had no one to look forward to seeing no one to share my love with and no one that needed me and there is something to be said about the human to dog touch. That feels so good. Well provides a purpose to the sense of purpose. Everybody needs pet. Ownership is an important responsibility and one that can be a powerful antidote to depression and anxiety. There are more opportunities for exercise to well this time to walk. Frank during the lockdown played an important role in my wellbeing and his two dogs need to be walked and katz needs to be played with and there is no doubt that these activities with your pet is crucial to your physical wellbeing. as well. as there's getting dose of fresh air is important for both of you. Also it provides a reason to go outside smelled air and be alone with your thoughts. That's right. I said alone because when you're outside there's so much to see and you're using all your senses of very good thing and there's good medical news two that's right. Having a pet can reduce blood pressure the center for disease control and prevention the cdc reports that pet ownership can be a key to reducing stress cholesterol and triglycerides levels. All things that we need to do to be healthy and you know what there doesn't even have to be at pandemic for you to adopt a pet but you can't anyway. It's a good excuse if you need one. If you need a laugh live alone. Want to potentially meet other like-minded pet owners be more peaceful and happier and calmer. This is something to really consider. I know you know this. It's not only you but that furry pet that just may need you as much as you need them. Still a cat person. But i adore my frankie.

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REMAP CAP | COVID-19 Clinical Research

The Economist: The Intelligence

05:21 min | 11 months ago

REMAP CAP | COVID-19 Clinical Research

"In california's los angeles county. The hardest hit area of the country. Many hospitals have no more room in their intensive care units so even as vaccines are developed and deployed to prevent covid nineteen cases. The remains an urgent need for drugs to help treat those. Who have it on seventh. A study called re map cap which is conducted in england and other countries report results from clinical trials of hugh drax which are currently used to treat. A chunk of is our healthcare correspondent. Do you results which have not yet been period but will be soon are very promising. They show that these drugs can reduce the death rate among styles to barely. Ill covid nineteen patients by around a quarter. And why is it. That drugs normally administered for arthritis would be a help in covid. Nineteen so these tracks tau cillizza mab and surreal. Ma'am there normally used to reduce inflammation in patients with arthritis and inflammation is a big problem with covid nineteen. It's actually one of the ways that actually kills severely. Ill patients and what happens. Is that the body's immune system calls information. It's usually helpful. That's how it fights off an infection but with covid nineteen in some patients. Information just goes overboard so it has been surge going on for over year for drugs that can prevent a hyper inflammation and so far we've had on the one drug. A steroid called exa medicine which was proven to reduce dramatically death rates. And how did these two drugs emerge as good candidates them. So dixon mechanism dampens the immune system across the bharat was and surreal. Map are a little bit more targeted. They are both made the antibodies that block they affect of a specific protein called interleukin. Six that is known to stock. They mean response and has been particularly prominent in patients with covid nineteen so they're really targeting proteins. Which is a big problem material patients. And so how did we come to know that these two drugs are so good. At reducing inflammation the clinical trial enrolled eight hundred patients. Who are customized for covid nineteen. Who are all ill enough to require. Transfer this carry units in. The results are really striking in the group of patients who received the standard treatment. Which already includes dixon on a standard of care. Nearly three six percent died in the group that receives the standard treatment and then on top of it one of these two and inflammatory drags only twenty seven percent of patients died. So that's a mass effect and another very important. Finding from the trial was the patients who received these tracks recover faster. They were discharged from hospitals seven to ten days earlier which also is a mass effect because normally covid nineteen patients in hospitals for a very long time and so with that knowledge in hand. Then how soon might we see it. Sort of put to use and wear. So does eliza map. One of the tracks is already being used here in the uk. There already suffice. In hospitals guidelines for treating covid nineteen patients already been changed and it will be attracted will be used in other countries soon. I'm sure but unlike some medicine which is a very cheap drag. It costs a couple of dollars for a course of treatment. The cost of these hugh anti inflammatory drugs is an issue in britain of course of treatment. Which is intravenous. Infusion costs around one thousand pounds. So that's really expensive for developing countries and although in britain it's probably very cost effective because a day intensive care in hospital costs the national health service here around thousand pounds per patients so compared to one thousand pounds for the drag. It's a good deal to say nothing of the lives. say so. It seems that we are finding more more treatments. more drugs. more things that are already clinically approved. Is there more in the pipeline like this that can give us a bit more hope about treating covid nineteen yes absolutely many more drags which are being tested around the world sam in very large clinical trials here in the uk where probably around the corner of covid nineteen patients in hospitals are enrolled in one trial another. Some of these trials have shown that some drugs are not effective which is also useful knowledge because they are rigorously. Conducted randomized trials with very large patient samples. So you can be very confident in the results but there are several other drugs. That are still being tested than we may. Well find more drugs. We can add to the treatment protocols. Thanks very much for joining us

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"twenty seven percent" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Twenty seven percent increase of homeless people in the county and a fourteen point two percent increase in the city are activated inflow that your increase about fifteen percent loss executive director Heidi Marston says that means on average two hundred twenty seven people become homeless while only two hundred seven are moved into homes each day Marston says they count doesn't reflect the pandemic during which time emergency powers were used to move thousands of people into housing we know how to do it you know what Hey and we have momentum built in LA Chris and Carla okay finding a landlord's group in LA has filed a federal lawsuit over the city's eviction band during the covered nineteen pandemic the apartment association of greater Los Angeles claims the ban violates landlords Fifth Amendment rights against government taking their property without compensation the lawsuit also targets a measure passed by the LA city council to stop rent increases and more than six hundred thousand apartments covered by the city's rent stabilization program a high profile rape case involving a surgeon from Newport beach and his girlfriend has taken another unusual turn the judge was expected to rule on a motion to recuse the Orange County DA's office for allegations such as incompetence but as the hearing started the defense filed a motion to disqualify the judge based on allegations of bias last week the judge denied a motion filed by the prosecution to dismiss the case based on lack of evidence attorneys for the women say they deserve to be heard in court regardless of the prosecution and defense efforts to toss that out a hearing next week could decide if the judge and see DA's office are removed from the case in Orange County Corbin Carson KFI news a study by the DNA test company twenty three and me is found blood type may have something to do with a person's risk of getting covert nineteen the data was gathered from a preliminary study of more than seven hundred fifty thousand people researchers say the blood type appears to be protective against the virus when compared to all other blood types a positive test for Kobe nineteen was highest among people with the A..

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's KQED news I'm terrace Siler fire season is behind us for now but school districts are still scrambling trying to figure out how to make up for lost school days because of wildfires smoky air in P. Jeannie blackouts and when the legislature reconvenes in the new year school officials want lawmakers to help figure out how to deal with the problem that only expected to grow with climate change Ricardo Kano has been looking into this issue he's an education reporter with cal matters and Ricardo can you give us a sense of how much time students have been losing because of these wildfires so what we saw this past autumn wide sweeping a fact that the powershot empires the paddled schools a hundred thousand kids were affected by shut off or fired and three hundred and sixty four schools across the state lost a week or more of school due to these emergencies so when kids lose a lot of school time I expect there would be a lot of academic impacts and maybe non academic ones as well in some schools that we look at for example of that experience the valley fire that proportion you can see where dean college and career ready state dropped by half fifty percent of graduating seniors to twenty seven percent well we're also seeing a destruction that adversely affect students in need I spoke with school officials who worried about kids getting food because they rely on schools to provide back in March sometimes dinner and the emergency carry different effects on students and educators and no day was in the very most extreme cases kids have lost their homes about eight thousand students in California have lost their homes due to fire and disaster in twenty fifteen that's not what we see in nowadays are there a little little bit more tonight so what's the next step in the legislature reconvenes so eight senator Mike that liar told me recently that he plans to push for a school based micro braids program so schools can stay open during future powershot and another county superintendent internal McCarron is asking the state essentially to find what he called a disaster early summer school program her valid reason some of the schools in the county of Los the forty days of instruction since twenty seventeen due to you okay fired that at times higher flooding in the Russian river and and now power shots on the other and ATP intended of public instruction Tony Charmaine as well as other Japanese have been stumping for proposition thirteen not to be confused with proposition thirteen nineteen seventy eight version that that fifteen billion dollar bond that's on the March ballot schools community colleges and universities they're pointing to that as a potential source for generators and I'm doing to help schools hi again during our shut off this is new ground I think we that the state has not really wrap their heads around what we're seeing right now is in a lot of movement their school official meeting with the state and the department of education trying to figure out if there is a proposal to put on the table early in twenty twenty that would attract that lost instructional time that a lot of schools are now dealing with okay thank you so much Ricardo thank crabby the card o'connell is an education reporter with cal matters and I'm terrace Eyler KQED news ahead on All Things Considered in this half hour as the nation prepares for impeachment proceedings All Things Considered looks back at all lawmakers drafted articles of impeachment during the Nixon and Clinton presidencies again All Things Considered continues in just a few minutes from right now hi Michael state support for KQED comes from the corporation for public broadcasting and Netflix presenting the documentary the black godfather look at the life and legacy of clearance Avon including his influence on music entertainment and politics over the last sixty years awards eligible I headed to this morning on the Commonwealth club the program speaker author an NPR correspondent art the show honey her new book is entitled here we are American dreams American nightmares in the documents her and her father's disparate versions of the immigrant experience that's on the Commonwealth club in its ahead at two o'clock followed by inside Europe coming up at three this morning well it was meant to be a celebration of NATO's seventieth birthday but the military alliances summit in London this week was overshadowed by clashes and tensions between the allies that story in other news from the European continent on inside Europe coming up at three o'clock followed by the world affairs program at four here's a preview of that show hello I'm Jane wells host of world affairs our political leadership is now relying on Twitter two hundred eighty characters alas to describe policy choices social media have become the main vehicle for this communication with the public Matiz Lifton author of.

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Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Diacetate it's twenty seven percent is that not gonna give me the same result as copper hydroxide will that is what is it again as copper it's called hopper dye ammonia diacetate twenty seven point one five percent on the label with the liquid copper fungicides yeah I think that's just regular I think this kid I would they call cupric acetate okay as what it actually is and it's it is a copper regular copper that people use I just don't know about the percentage okay that's the only thing that a problem with is what the actual percentages so I like what I recommend for fungal diseases that this is a shot to shot we called shot hole fungus shot hole fungus or and some peach trees you can also have a little beagle that does the same thing but if you have a little ring around that whole that usually they shot hole fungus one I've got the same it looks pretty much the same thing I'm out of Cotto tree as well same thing on arrival well then I I you know I you know you could probably use that however here's the problem I don't know about that percentage that you're talking about the twenty seven percent but if you want to control the anthracnose which is probably what you're seeing on on on your other fruiting fruiting trees I would go with the copper hydroxide Q. pro don't get the queue pro five thousand you want to make sure you're getting the cold side three thousand K. O. C. I. D. E. three thousand the other the other product people keep telling me all I'm gonna buy that because the other the queue Prof of five thousand it's only for what you are to males is not labeled for the use on regular you know peach trees and any type of fruit bearing tree all right and you can I get that you know a local hardware would stop by ABC pest control or if you want you can call our new port Richey office and ask them and it only takes as a day to get it in okay yeah because you're just down the street from me on Massachusetts yeah I just just just to get you going you know my retail office I have a retail do yourself in my main office in Largo and twice a week I transport product back up to our new port Richey office for people up there that they pick it up at that office up there so if you will if you want to call for pricing just call the seven two seven five four six eight seven eight seven seven two seven five four six eight seven eight seven and just ask him and how much the co side three thousand is and if you want to purchase it they'll have you purchase it right there and then I'll just bring it up to you and you pick up the other office okay good yeah.

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NewsRadio KFBK

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Eight in Truckee at sixty two in Sacramento news ninety three point one K. if the cat is Kitty o'neill and my cavity on your case afternoon news checking your money Kelly brothers from Genevieve's Burford and brothers dean foods biggest milk producer in the country has filed for bankruptcy what how did that happen well a few things first of all in terms of business you had a number of big retailers like Walmart private label their own milk so they're doing their own milk they're not buying it from companies like dean anymore secondly you have consumers who have changed their habits over the last twenty years milk consumption is way down as consumers are looking at non dairy alternatives like almond milk and oat milk and soy milk and so so dean foods is going into bankruptcy market overall today pretty flat to slightly higher than to the president speaking with about some enthusiasm for U. S. China trade and Disney plus launching today at seven Bucks a month a few technical glitches early on but I'm sure they will figure it out at Disney final numbers today the Dow Jones industrial average finished absolutely flat at twenty seven six ninety one nasdaq up twenty two at eighty four eighty six the S. and P. up five points goal down three fourteen fifty three announced ten year bond yields one point nine three percent thank you Kelly six twenty two Sacramento food bank and family services is receiving more than six tons of Turkey from foster farms to feed families in need on thanksgiving the polls are company will be donating eight hundred turkeys to the food bank in the next week hi referral vice president of communications for foster farms says it's enough to feed more than sixteen thousand people in the Sacramento area particularly around the holidays yeah we as a company feel everybody should be able to sit down and have a nice thanksgiving dinner we've been doing this for more than ten years and we're happy to help out according to California food policy advocates more than two hundred thousand families living in Sacramento county your food in secure real says foster farms also be donating turkeys to food banks in Stockton Modesto and antique as well even in a good economy you know you have one out of five kids that don't get enough to eat and one out of eight adults might want to news ninety three point one KFBK housing affordability improving slightly in California the state realtors association says thirty one percent of residents could afford to buy the medium priced house in the third quarter compared to thirty percent the second and only twenty seven percent a year ago the association of credits lower mortgage rates and higher incomes based on statewide median of just over six hundred thirteen thousand dollars the minimum qualifying income is a hundred and twenty thousand dollars a year San Francisco no surprise remains the least affordable county in California you need to make at least three hundred ten thousand dollars a year to a for the city's median of nearly one point six million dollars for a house eighteen percent of residents could qualify in the third quarter that's up from seventeen percent in the second the most affordable of California's counties there fifty eight of them by the way is Lassen county or sixty four percent of residents managed to make the forty thousand dollar minimum salary needed to buy a two hundred and four thousand dollar median priced home well the process of cleaning up after the Kincaid fire kicked off today the contractor hired by cinema county to clear hazardous waste is sitting twelve member teams to more than four hundred destroyed structure sides removing everything from toxic cash to propane tanks process could take three weeks first phase of the cleanup is on the county's time but homeowners and their insurance companies are on the hook for the rest I'm like after the twenty seventeen wildfires county officials said the federal government is not covering the cost because not enough damage was done to homes and infrastructure last month to qualify for federal aid the Kincaid fire started northeast of geyser Val on October twenty third and burned nearly eighty thousand acres fire was fully contained on November six Branicki cutter news ninety three point one KFBK York City remembering the lives lost on American Airlines flight five eighty seven the plane fell from the sky over bell harbor queens this day in two thousand and one but I know from speaking with so many of you this day is one as a pain that is sharp and vivid just as much as it was eighteen years ago mayor de Blasio told those who lost loved ones the city will never forget the lives lost and will always be there for the family's names of the two hundred sixty five people who were killed or read out loud during a ceremony this morning at a memorial on beach one hundred sixteenth street the plane's tail broke off shortly after take off the NTSB ruled pilot error as the call I was in jeopardy host Alex Trebek got choked up when he read the final response from Brown University student who wanted to show support as Trevecca battles pancreatic cancer the emotional moment came in Monday's episode when you're back red Dhruv gals finally answered.

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KTRH

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on KTRH

"Again when we get updated information we will pass that along to you voters in fort bend county though they decided whether to move forward on a handful of expensive flood mitigation proposals for the first time since the nineteen fifties county residents are being asked to vote on a multi million dollar fort bend county flood bond referendum flood is a big issue because we do not in new construction people are moving out this way if approved the bond would allow the fort bend county drainage district to borrow eighty three million dollars for two five drainage and flood mitigation projects without requiring the raising of taxes similarly sugar land has a ninety million dollar general obligation fun with four propositions to address the drainage public safety streets in an animal shelter those channels to choose rose at Aragon reporting so far it appears those proposals have pastor sugar land proposal prop Hey the drainage improvement bond seventy three percent are for twenty seven percent against the prob be which is the public safety bond sixty five percent or four thirty five against and the props seed traffic street like bonds seventy two percent are in favor twenty eight percent against gay tear regions time three oh three other results Houston council at large position one right now Mike Knox as thirty seven percent of the vote at large position to David Robinson is wedding with forty percent of the vote council at large position three Michael bus has fifty one percent of the votes and at large positions for Anthony deal Trevino has twenty three percent well to supply has eighteen percent at large position number five as Sally Alcorn has twenty four percent of the votes used to controlling Kris brown has a fifty five percent and state rep district thirty twenty eight Elise Markowitz the Democrat has thirty eight percent over Gary gates the Republican at thirty percent well the consequential elections in Mississippi Kentucky ever Jenny are highlighting the election night twenty nineteen everywhere else in the Kentucky.

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Industry foundation well back to the jays Reds alive the only training academy studio on this Thursday afternoon according to a new poll by Marist the issue of reparations which is something that for whatever reason the Democrats decided to make an incredibly big issue one of their leading issues believe it or not in twenty nineteen twenty seven percent of those surveyed support that's it they only get twenty seven percent support on this topic when you look at the topic of giving taxpayer funded health insurance to illegal immigrants which yet again for some reason the Democrats have decided that this should be a central piece of their platform it draws only thirty three percent decriminalizing border crossings which nearly every single candidate right now running for president on the democratic side has suggested they want to do it was declared a bad idea by a majority of the people who were surveyed in this poll this election should be in theory very easy to win no of course you've got the media that's going to do as much damage to the president and Mike pence as humanly possible you know the media is going to do what ever they can to prop up the candidate who ends up getting the nomination but pushing data siding even frankly including that they should be so easy for trump to win because he doesn't even have to come up with any ideas he doesn't have to even tell any of his successes yes I have to talk about the economy all he has to do is remind the public of the French positions of the Democratic Party actually believes these are fringe crazy positions they were each trying to out crazy each other because they need to go far far far to the left to engage the progressive activists base that vote in larger numbers than not during these primaries and the what is not exclusive right there right does this as well everyone has to play their game the way they play their game in the maybe try to do some undo some of the damage I don't know if you can undo this damage coming out and saying you support reparations I don't know if you can undo the damage of saying you support taxpayer funded health insurance for legal immigrants who by the way you want to decriminalize when they cross the border illegally you can't undo that and the problem of that is that a lot of voters including voters on the left moderate Democrats independents they don't like that idea they don't like either of those ideas they think it's too far far far far to the left very uncomfortable with that and when you decide to put out on front of them a candidate who comes from a time where the economy is doing well joblessness rates are low people are generally happy with the direction of their own life they're going to see that for guard was of whether or not they can appreciate despise the tweets coming from the resin they're gonna compare that to crazy for outside the mainstream ideas and you know what they're gonna say I will deal with some crazy tweets because I don't like with this Democratic Party is going to do to our country going to do to my state going to do to my city going to do to my neighborhood.

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"twenty seven percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Means twenty seven percent of all the TV's in use at the time of the game were tuned into the game fox says it's the best rating for U. S. soccer telecast since the twenty fifteen FIFA women's World Cup final this year's number is up twenty percent from last year's men's World Cup the US men did not play in it mac Piper CBS news nine thirty eight and a Wall Street up day comes from Bloomberg Sandra day good morning Andrew you're wanting them before the fourth of July holiday Wall Street indexes were all about records sent them they're all about retreating from them main indexes are down again this morning right now the Dow losing seventy six nasdaq down eleven as to be five hundred down to seven more than twice as many stocks falling as rising at the stock exchange now the index is getting weaker as monthly reading of U. S. small business sentiment finds company orders confidence also getting weaker the survey from the national federation of independent business which is held near record highs over the past year finds the first decline in overall sentiment in five months for June with expectations for sales earnings and hiring all going down business owners saying that tariffs are hurting them Andro day Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio and didn't see this one coming the trade war with China could take on religious overtones the president's latest round of proposed tariffs on Chinese imports could lead to a Bible shortage Harper Collins Christian says most are printed in China and new taxes would not only make bibles more expensive but heard evangelists who give them away as part of their ministry the Bible is the top selling book in the U. S. with five point seven million printed copies sold last year number two former First Lady Michelle Obama is becoming which sold three point five million Deborah Rodriguez CBS news coming up trying to get to the bottom of a tragedy on a cruise ship hi this is Paige owner of a weakened when eighty weight loss I developed a weakened the weight loss because I struggled with my weight and like most people out there I tried everything and nothing worked I figure they're just had to be a better way a way that helps me lose the weight that I wanted to lose without feeling hungry without having to stay in each weekend and there is there is a way to do it that.

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"twenty seven percent" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The founder CEO project veritas and I don't know I think this is they probably there's there's going to be a lot of fallout for this you know sixty three thousand searches on Google per second I mean that that is insane you know who rules ad revenue amounted to almost ninety five point four billion dollars in what just the year for twenty seventeen alone you know Google loans two hundred other companies you know they have twenty seven percent of the share of the global email client market when is a massive company and you know you look at that and then you say well okay well now they're going to censor content a conservative is not going to decide not to run things a politically that they disagree with that's a problem yes I mean John indigenization reinforced several times Google's imperative to quell prevented xtram situation quote prevent that from happening again quote being ready for twenty twenty by training algorithms for a different outcome using machine learning fairness I mean it sounds like something from nineteen eighty four nineteen eighty four was just the year I was born this great book by George Orwell I mean it's just it's just shocks the conscience be and and when we got a week we got him to confess what they're doing I think the question is project you don't really give ammunition to to the people I don't know what Congress is gonna do trump plans going to sue people I think that the next thing that needs to happen is more people needs to come forward project there are times dot com slash brave and baryton tips at proton mail dot com if you're on the inside if you want to be a patriot if you want to tell stories I mean people are not going to New York Times The Washington Post John that they're coming they're coming to project veritatis now so we have a responsibility to keep informing people about what their intentions are as it relates to twenty twenty are these videos we have posted exclusively apparently they can't take them off handedly dot com or project tosses website but apparently it's off of you too but other places as well but you got to watch him for yourself and you're saying that now you have a lot of other insiders a Google reaching out to use so I would expect this gonna be more follow up in the days and weeks ahead yeah we're we're releasing some more documents here imminently today about some censorship and there are some people to reach out to us I've I'm looking at some of the messages right now shop with it again I just wanna remind your audience they taking us off YouTube they will you take us video red bandanas this is the moment it's it's all happening I don't think they'll be able to silence us I think that that the fight is gone to public to hide and it's all happening now nothing's going to stop we're gonna keep exposing the truth I thank you John for for being one of the first people out there to push the story and and and thank you for your for for helping us exposed this truth Odjick veritas the CEO and founder James okay thanks for putting in neck out there as usual when we come back Jonathan and Danielle they'll weigh in on this crazy lunatic debate last night don junior weighs in on that and his brother Erik literally spit in the face in a restaurant in Chicago we'll get to that and how the rest of the family's been treated ever since they their father decided to run for president as we continue all right I've had insomnia for many many years and I got to tell you the one relief I have gotten is my hello I fall asleep faster I stay asleep longer and you can too it just works I met Mike Lindell he's the inventor of my pillow I got fitted for my very own my.

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KDWN 720AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The do enjoy a twenty-seven percent annualized payment each month without the downs of bitcoin seen programs broadcast on fox business news blockchain deva centers over an equipment leasing program in the explosive digital asset marketplace inspired by entrepreneurs who sold picks and shovels during the gold rush but money is in the mining equipment used to manufacture dozens of critical digital assets nana security i b o or note blockchain data centers have proven turnkey equipment sale leaseback program with a twenty-seven percent annualized lease payment deposited into your bank account each month don't miss this one stake your claim today call eight hundred six zero zero three three eight eight that's eight hundred six zero zero three three eight these valuable lease contracts won't last long call now eight hundred six hundred three three eight eight eight hundred six hundred thirty three eighty eight criminal proposes a financial risk owners can with financial professionals before for just saying don't offer to buy or sell security which requires an all document you're listening to america's first news Where breaking news comes. First America's First News will be right back. feeling sluggish bloated gassy and well you know wants them relief try life t get the tea dot com our unique blend of all natural herbs go to work on your digestive track giving you so before you try and are super strength formerly he does a great job removing intruders jack hugh up thousands of people use life change every month so try it because you're gonna love the way you feel and here's a.

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"twenty seven percent" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"At twenty seven percent less likely to buy sentece. Why? According to research, they confuse people what you place your hands. Will I hurt her is it even okay to touch? So let's add some mannequin isn't attachment with breasts, any traditional CPO mannequin into a woman, and it's open source design is free to download. Emme. Good idea. Now, Jason women don't CPR, if they're standing up and talking. Oh. Is that typically when you need CPR you're on the ground? And there are people who are hovered over you, or whatever I find it very hard to understand why somebody would think oh, he's touching her boobs. She's on the ground clearly in distress, but crazy, I guess it happened about third less. Yeah. Third less. Help people. Thank you, Jason. Okay. Many boobs. He's working to put the employer that go them. But how big's we everyone needs them. Of course, if Jason we're into men he'd get breast implants, dude. I bet he's so interesting plants. Well, not just think they look better because of what women have presented to us. Yes. I see what you're saying now, I know I think we're all fans of this. But I do think Jason Goodman, gets, like really excited about this, and it's unusual. He doesn't Norma, get super excited about food doesn't sweets. Yeah. This one's not sweet is the Taco Bell Nacho fries. Oh, yeah. Yes, I love French fries, and they're really good. They come with the cheese to death or you pour over there's, there's a flavor on the fries itself. Okay. And they also comes with the cheese, and then, then you get into this weird, like dip it or not, or so they try straight up without the cheese cheese overtaking the wreck the new flavor of the fry and all that so disappointed in myself myself Taco Bell kinda sore. You too. Never had come out in spurts, very annoying their back. And the reason we know that because they released like a love a legit love song about the Nacho fries.

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"twenty seven percent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"At twenty seven percent less likely to buy sending CPR than men. Why? According to research, they confuse people. You hands will I is it even okay to tuck isn't attached with, with breasts any traditional CPO mannequin into a woman. Zayn is free to download any organization, but also called a sex doll a woman or a sex doll. What kind of society? Are we living in Hampshire where a lady could be lying on the floor dying right in front of you and the first thought that comes to your mind is look, I'd love to help, but I really don't get wanna get me to here. So we're just going to wait for the ambulance to arrive. I mean, could you imagine a chick choking on a revival Ruth's, Chris and binghaman adding to give her the Heimlich? Thanks for saving my life. But you're grinding pretty heavy on my midsections. I'm going to have to file a report similar Brett cabinet raising his hand. Yeah. I count on it. Because sometimes they'll just say that you did it even when you didn't do it now. I'm with you. It's insane. It's ridiculous. That's eighty Arctic. And yes, those are actually called sex dolls. But yeah, it's a little disgusting actually has to be a thing. Have you ever had to try to save somebody's life? You ever been in that situation? I have a NATO now. I mean, why wouldn't you know what I've taken CPR classes? I don't know why you wouldn't know where to put your hands. If it was a woman at the same place. Right. They're kinda right below the ribcage, right. That where you try to give them you're try to get the heart pumping again. And if you see some moron that's got his hands. Just on top of her can bump that dude off and get somebody in there that knows what the hell he's doing. This has got to be somebody in that room. Is this anything New Orleans music, legend, Dr John died yesterday of a heart attack? He was seventy seven now you might not know the name, but I bet you know, the voice, he's best known for the top ten hit back in seventy three right place at the wrong time making Whoopee from these sleepless in Seattle soundtrack, and the curious George theme.

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"twenty seven percent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Beer and a joint you pay the using the vending companies old version of bitcoin that you actually by using MasterCard visa the at though is reward based. So if you buy two years, you get one free bag of corn nuts. But if you buy two bags of weed, you get one really large bag of Doritos a box of matches and travel size bottle of. The festivities, and what is the name of that paddock civic is the name of the civics civic. We'd machine. Yes. Are you ready product numbers? It's been reported that sixty five percent of adult Americans play video games. Andrew. The gaming industry is constantly evolving and growing, including the latest technology to deliver games on par with movies and television and people who play games they're changing to a recent survey revealed that twenty seven percent of over sixty five year old games almost every single day. That's why legendary games has launched their new games. Today's cellphones may get easier. Keep families in touch when they're separated by miles. But it's hard for kids relationship any death with people that they meet infrequently best that would be their grandparents. So these free to play games or made with an older age been mind that they can play a loner interactive with kids like, for example, there's bone crush here players. Navigate through a household. Full of Lego's toys, all of the Lego's toys can appear automatically for a single player or multiplayer other players place, the Legos and toys institute places step. On one and boom players hit the floor, and they break a hip. There's also a game called c-pap nights. Both the grandparents and child or som- bees collecting points by killing others with. There's no the first person to find the hidden CPAP machine gets a good night's rest and is no longer as ambi- and they win the game. That's great. Bobby Jones from grand game says playing online games fab way to spend time with grandchildren whether in the same room or another state now screen time is in such a bad thing for grandparents to deal with. We have the fun games to make it happen for them. And the kids other games coming soon. Sag your it. Pin the to pay on the bald guy. Sure. Sure. And kick the bucket a good one. I've actually played beta test was so those are your three products. So right off the bat. I'm going to say that number three.

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"twenty seven percent" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"River, cruises and your vineyards in Napa. But the reality is is that twenty seven percent of households have a defined benefit plan. That's pension. Thirty three percent have a defined contribution plan a 4._0._1._K and other forms of personal savings. Don't add up. Guess what younger Americans who are really trying to gear on trying to get their mind right at a young age. They're not getting pensions. Not happen government. Yes. They're not nearly the pensions that they were in the past. Trust me, not even close. Not even close. So you better start re thinking things. And that's okay. That's okay. Again, we like dealing with reality here on the program. What we like to do is to forget. Forget all the crap. That you heard in commercials all the crap. That you might have been told by the guy running your 4._0._1._K plan. All the traditional notions of retirement. Think about retirement is not in a long old concept for the most part it happened in the late nineteenth century, but it's pretty much a twentieth century concept that here in the United States really took on a life of its.

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"twenty seven percent" Discussed on A New Direction

A New Direction

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on A New Direction

"Company that right? What was it seventy three? Maybe it was seventy only here was only twenty seven percent actually fall in line with core values of the country's meaning that seventy three percent actually, disagree with the core values, isn't it was that? Right. Does that get right, right? Actually, look that. We're completely misaligned with their corporate values. And the question is how do you on earth that out in our case? We just ask him. That's g that's complicated. That's a novel idea. You wanna find out ask him? And that's the truth. It's really about saying are we still allying? Are we are? We thinking the same things because if we're not we're probably not going to be selling to the same people. And I think that brings us with that does. Right. I think now you go back to your systemic collaboration face, right? Because the right if we start to realize that we're in that piece, right? Then we could go back. Okay. Let's go back to systemic collaboration. And maybe that's part of realigning. Our core values is actually getting back into that collaboration and having that positive futuristic view coming up with our core values, again, this is kind of how it you're. You're more than welcome to step on me anytime you want to and and and but none of that happens without respect. That's right. That's right. None of it have is respect because Linda, right? So so Linda talking about her question more because what Linda saying is the market's changing people are changing, the what I what I opened up in the beginning is in the same business, isn't as it is. Now, she has plays working for and she markets those people, right? She puts them up, and she helps them become successful. Because the most successful people make help other people come success ongoing training training all the time. She's training all the time. Every day every week almost everyday she's training at some every all the times, which is Myra saying, you can do you said that you said, I I didn't say that you wrote that in your book, I did train all the time. Because what she's doing is training all the time into or developing all the time. Either one means that you are investing all the time. And she's saying she saying, look if I invest, and I trained individuals become better become in the market better to sell better to have better customer relationships. She will also get the same thing, and she can spend more time training developing. And actually, she she and have more people multiply who she is in her values for four values and really checking in on them and doing check ins what does that mean check in? So it's coaching, and it's and it's a count ability partnerships making sure that they're doing what she knows and she's taught to do. And when there is sort of deviations from that which can be dangerous legally and. And also for the long-term sustainable growth of the company. I'm not saying your wife company. Does it all does that? I'm just saying another situation. So for any business owner, this is the truth that you have to do check ins you have to be vigilant of your check ins and make them her accountable. Make people there care accountability partners. Tell me how you're doing. What are you doing? Well, how can you do better? And guess what? I want the same thing for myself. What am I doing? Well, what can I do better? Now, you've created a relationship between your people your training in developing that can become sustainable, and it could be lifelong this is also by the way, here's what's so cool about this book in great company, and our author that we're speaking to Louis Carter in the back of this book. There's there's several penalties. Some of these dependencies actually have the questions. I know right. Like imagine that the away he gave it away. I mean, literally he's got the questions in the back of the book that you as a leader. You can ask yourself as you go through with your team and your staff, and you can go through. It's packed. We didn't talk about this. And we're can you stay with me longer? I'm with the absolute absolute awesome. So because I'm gonna tell you something about about this book, which by ways available Amazon your local bookstore your favorite bookstore. If they don't have it tell them why not ask them. Why don't you have this book I want? I wanted this book this book, you should have this book because it's book is that good. I know because I'm listening to a new direction with Jay Izzo. And he told me how good it was. And you don't have it. And that's wrong. You should have this in there because people need to read this book. And

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"twenty seven percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Already one. That's there which is music. It's a four. A billion dollar business for apple today. But this is important because this really is the next step and really laying the foundation for a longer term services seem very different than the apple of the last decade, which was about iphone essentially, this new apple is going to be as we like to refer to it apple as a service. So this is important in a building block context to that goal. John butler. I know apple has a lot of money. But is there a risk that this is too little too late in streaming business? You know, there's a big shift going on in terms of TV viewership. It's moving from the living room to the internet. And so you have the emergence of these over the top services over the past call at five years where net flicks, an particularly Amazon Amazon video have become very entrenched players. So I think apple is going to face a big challenge in taking share from them. But the market is still growing quite strongly. So I think with the right offering and some very solid original programming. They do have a shot at growing along with the market original programming g monster why build from the ground up one by. Well, the reason is that the things that are out there to buy or aren't that compelling? They're not contained enough ultimately to to win viewers. There is the argument of buying Netflix. Which I think is highly unlikely for the hundred sixty billion one hundred eighty billion dollars, but that would take to acquire apple can spend eight ten billion dollars a year. And probably don't something. That's better. There is no talk about apple building by CBS. And and, but you know, that there would be some compelling content there, and that may in fact, be part of their longer term roadmap. But I think what Netflix has proved over the past five years is that original content, great storylines with high quality production can win viewers, and and get them essentially to pay a monthly basis. And so I think that they are intrigued apples intrigued by by taking a page out of network to book, gene from a financial standpoint. If they do take that page out of net flexes book, do they set up some margin risk here so net flex is operating margin. In two thousand eighteen was ten point two percent versus apple at. Close to twenty seven percent of what is your thought on that? And how does apple get around that issue? So this would likely be deluded Apple's overall margin. And if you kind of put all the numbers together. That's exactly right. Think about this video contact businesses kind of a ten percent operating margin. As you said apple over operating margin is probably mid twenty mid twenty percents. This would be dilutive. But the reason why it's still compelling for them to do. It is that there is some inherent advantages that apple has that they can get some higher margins to their distribution is is impressive. Apple has one point four billion active devices and the ability to just add an app to those devices that is video service app. That would if you tapped on encourage you for a free month free trial into parlay that into a paid subscription that could provide some higher margin. So let's stick with the point that this is finally diluted to margin. And I think the most important part is that investors value predictability of revenue over profitability of revenue and we've seen that time and time again across the board evaluations. And so I think that even though it is a slightly dilutive trade off. I think it would be viewed as a net positive for the story, gene. Let me ask you to conclude here apple has dabbled in TV for a long time. Does streaming have the potential of finally being the key to unlock this area. Yes, I think streaming is an important piece to it. But there is still something that's missing from the broader apple room story, which is better integration with the TV hardware and just starting out to integrate with third party hardware with Samsung and some LG TV's for the first time where they're basically apple TV built inside it. But I think that streaming is an important step. But there's still some polishing around the hardware that needs to happen for apple really to get. To nirvana in the living room. Thanks to loop ventures founder, gene muster and Bloomberg intelligence senior analyst John Butler coming up on Bloomberg daybreak weekend, the short term and long term effects of Brexit. I'm.

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"twenty seven percent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:30 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Ational. I went through some of the things that I thought would give conservatives the most amount of. Check I discussed the fact that when the president talks about. For example, reducing drug prices. Well. Okay. If we've means we're going to do away with regulations that somehow make drug prices more extensive. I'm totally fine with it. If you mean governments just create a cap on drug prices, we're going to have a problem. When the the president says that he wants to have a paid family leave well companies want to paid family leave and not a problem. We're going to talk about government mandated, a you might find. I have an issue with that. Now, I didn't say that everything jived up with my conservatism because I understand the President Trump isn't conservative, and I named for you some things where you could have a little bit. I think it deserves a little bit of what does that mean? How do we go through that? I think it's fine to ask those questions. It is. Same vein that I only hope that the political left says instead of screaming and yelling rather asked the question about how does this happen? The president did one thing yesterday above all that allowed this speech to be so well received you take a look what uses a poll, I understand CBS and CNN seventy six percent of yours approve of President Trump's speech during the state of the union. Seventy two percent approve when discussions of of immigration come up. And when there's a breakdown Frank Luntz did a breakdown of those who listened to the speech. So you had a of the people listening to speech like forty six percent identified as Republican ninety eight percent of them loved it. And then twenty seven percent identified as Democrats and thirty percent of that loved it. Thirty percent of people who watched the speech identified as independence and over eighty percent. Thought positively of the speech? Because the speech was a home run. Because what the president was able to do was have the conversation with the same exact talking points. He has had since he came down the escalator. He just managed to do it without punching you in the face, even though some shots did still land. Tony Tony cats today. So good to be with you eight three three got Tony eight three three four six eight eight six six nine let's start with this. We will always support the brave men and women of law enforcement. And I pledge to you tonight that I will never abolish our heroes from ice. Thank you. The cameras went immediately to Senator Kirsten gillibrand of New York. And she is just she's like she wants to say something and she just slumps back in her chair. 'cause this is her subject she thinks this is going to differentiate her in this presidential run. And there it was the the celebrating of of border agents celebrating of those who who've been able to to capture so many of these strong work that they do and then assessing of key of stopping illegal immigration while absolutely being in favor of legal immigration. I want people to come into our country. In the largest numbers ever. But they have to come in legally. In the largest numbers ever. According to a couple of sources was an ad lib. Was not part of the text. In the largest numbers ever. I have no problem with illegal immigration rational. People don't have problems with legal immigration. It is with illegal immigration. You see I don't have a problem with illegal immigration. I have a problem with people who don't want to become Americans and want to engage hyphenation. Right. It's it's whatever wherever they're from American Mexican American Guatemalan American fringe American German-American. No, no, no, no, no, no, no American. That's how we do it. That's a much better way to be. So here is the president going through these conversations in a way that allowed more people to listen. I expected him to say Chuck Schumer. We need to make a deal here. I expected him say, Nancy gloves. We need to make a deal here. And he did have the memory turned over the shoulder look directly at Nancy Pelosi when it was a conversation about compromise. And that image even tweeted about it that image is going to stick around for a long long time. This image of of Nancy Pelosi having this kind of 'cause she didn't just clap at that. She standing up behind him, and she puts her hands out as if to say, yes, that's right. You have to compromise. Mr President it look it didn't was not a good look for her. At all. At all. As a matter of fact, he addressed the idea of rejecting the politics of revenge. We must reject the politics of revenge. Resistance retribution and embrace the boundless potential of cooperation compromise and the common good. He gets up and starts doing that weird applause thing. And he looks over the shoulder as he just right over the kind of almost turns around and there she is. She she thought that she was getting one over on him. There are a couple of moments where Democrats thought they were getting one over on on the president. They gave him the platform, and he took full advantage of it in a speech that talked about America. I talked about American values talked about American greatness that it actually does exist. He made multiple multiple references to World War Two brought in World War Two veterans. Brought in holocaust survivors who were freed by US troops. It was it was incredible. It was this constant reinforcement of look at what we have done. Wait till you see what we can do. We just have to take this attitude with us. If we do this, then all things are absolutely possible. And we should be thrilled by this. But it was when he started talking about Venezuela and socialism. That he clearly laid out where some of the twenty twenty conversations going to be here in the United States. We are alarmed by the new calls to adopt socialism in our country. America was founded on liberty and independence and not government coercion, domination and control. We are.

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"twenty seven percent" Discussed on You Are Not So Smart

You Are Not So Smart

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on You Are Not So Smart

"We are living in an age in which it has become easier than ever to transmute in evidence base issue into a political one. Once that happens that desire to be correct becomes far less important than desire to be a good member of your tribe. Research shows that the more intense conflict becomes between two groups the more that people begin to see members of the opposition as members of that group instead of as individuals impune says that about twenty percent or so of the public is so extremely hard core liberal or so insanely staunchly conservative that they say they would never ever ever ever vote for anyone supporting an idea from the other side pews research found that people in those groups wouldn't even welcome someone from the other side into their families. And frankly, they don't wanna live near them. Either. Twenty seven percent of Democrats said they see the Republican party as a. Threat to the nation's well being an thirty six percent of Republicans said the same thing of Democrats, and there's some good explanations for this in social science, but the strange downstream consequences of forming groups so easily, and then immediately engaging in favoritism and bias based on group membership is that once one's identity is defined by the tribe, which here she belongs compromise agreement from policies and laws and decisions and judgments notions of what is an is not true will naturally become more and more difficult as our ability to signal to others to which tribes we belong increases. And that is what we're going to talk about after this break..

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