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 US home prices surged in August at near-record pace

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 9 hrs ago

US home prices surged in August at near-record pace

"Home prices in the U. S. have surged at a near record pace the S. and P. CoreLogic case Shiller twenty city home price index soared nineteen point seven percent in August compared with a year ago that increases just below the twenty percent jump in July which was the largest gain on records dating back to two thousand home prices are now at all time highs in all twenty cities in the index Phoenix led the way with a thirty three percent increase in August compared with twelve months earlier however

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"twenty percent" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

01:49 min | Last week

"twenty percent" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"Level up their ability to live mindfully. You'll get to eavesdrop on people getting real about the challenges all of us face. I am going to work every day with my mind and chaos. Every day I am getting up and trying the best I can and every night I go to bed feeling like I failed. I'm just waiting for the next bad thing to happen. It feels like I'm afraid of everything. And you'll hear how through meditation, those challenges are transformed. I feel just incredible lightness, like a welling up of joy. It was like I had this permission to enjoy it. All of me is welcome. I have good intentions. Like I want to do good in the world. I'm going to forgive myself. So I can be happy. I might not be a jerk for the rest of my life. What we experience on the inside isn't personal, it's universal. So seeing how someone else goes from stuck to unstuck can be a template for your own breakthrough. In fact, meditation teachers go out of their way to give students this opportunity. And it's my favorite part of my job. I'm here to help you see what's actually possible for you. I want to push you to take a kind and unintimidated look at what gets in your way and embrace the imperfect. And together, we'll have fun with the messy stuff that makes us all human. I haven't done that session with the meditation teacher, but I started virtual therapy this year. Okay, well, you don't have to tell me about your mother if you don't want to. The good thing about meditation is simple. But unfortunate thing is that it's not easy. A simple but not easy describes my experience. Yes. Yo, that's it. So that it's less about how much of this can you endure and much more about how much do you just want to do it? I couldn't have.

"twenty percent" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

02:32 min | Last week

"twenty percent" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"So there's podcast tab that's got A-okay show I heard of from a friend called 10% happier. But in fact, you can find this show 20% happier. And if you get bored, you eventually can take a listen to that other show. I don't know who the host is. I mean, if you're going to pick one show, do the math. That's right. That's right. It's our most statistically effective podcast. I just want to say to the listeners, I have had a chance to listen to many clips of the show, many even more clips than you've just had a chance to listen to. And I know Matthew for a long time. And I know that people were making this show including Marissa and Kimi who were two of the producers. And it's going to be excellent. So I really strongly encourage everybody to check it out. Also want to say, well, Matthew's still here that if you're in the TPH universe, check out our guided meditations and our challenges we're increasingly doing, you're going to see more and more of Matthew on those challenges and right here in the podcast. So that's good news. And I encourage you to keep tuning into what we do because I can promise you more Matthew less Dan. Matthew, thank you. You did phenomenal job with this interview and I really appreciate it. Yeah. My pleasure and I'll see you around. For better or worse, you will. Thanks, Dan. Thank you. Thanks again to Matthew. Love that guy. To listen to 20% happier, Matthews new show, download the 10% happier app wherever you get your apps open it up and tap on the podcasts, tab at the bottom of your screen. By the way, before we go, let's listen to a trailer that we put together for the 10% happier show. Here it is. What up? I'm Matthew Hepburn. When I tell people I'm a meditation teacher, I get asked a lot of the same questions. Can I meditate lying down? Yes. What if I have an itch? Go ahead, scratch it. If I sit for long enough, can I transcend space and time? Time, yes, but not space. But enough about them. Let's talk about you. If you're a fan of 10% happier, you could probably answer a lot of these questions yourself. But my hunch is that despite everything you know about meditation, there's still parts of your life that feel anything but mindful. It's time to change that. Together, we're going to take the insights you get from Dan Harris..

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"twenty percent" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

07:40 min | Last week

"twenty percent" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"First place? Such a good question. Yes, I want to say, I really respect your bringing this to this session because there are so many different modes in our life that we have of struggling and suffering. And some are big, you know, you talked about having this real serious fear, you know, over the past year. And they're big and obvious. But many are actually subtle and it's like the suffering of a thousand paper cuts. And yes. Yes. And if they could be drastically shifted, our quality of life our sense of freedom and ease and well-being would feel radically different because it's like these little ways in which we resist life or we fight with things or we struggle, the fills in all these little nooks and crannies. So this is an area that I think will be one that if you are exploring in your meditation practice and start to gain some ground and wisdom and compassion in a sense of freedom, it's really going to yield some serious dividends. I get it. Can you say more about that? What do you pointing to for Harriet that we could all apply in our own lives in those situations where we're just like, I don't want to do this. Well, we're actually just a weird just kicking off the conversation. That was basically a real cliffhanger there. Because you didn't get to hear me say anything except while the potential that's in this question. And I think it's probably it might be a little cavalier of me as a meditation teacher to tell Harriet or a broad number of people like the listeners here. Today, this is how you approach all the little moments of resistance to life that can show up. The first thing that I did with Harriet was really respect that this is going to be one of the most meaningful investigations that she can make as a meditation practitioner, not how can I be less stressed at work, not how can I overcome my habit to overeat or how can I stop my addiction to scrolling on Instagram, but in all the little ways that I feel like I don't want to deal with whatever present moment is showing up. How do I respond to that? And most people don't even get to the point of asking that question. And the answer will start with bringing our attention to that exact area. And most serious meditation practitioners will get here. We talk in the Buddhist contemplative tradition about three types of duca duca the word that's often translated as suffering, but could also be translated as dissatisfactory Ness or struggle or stress. And one of these types of duca duca, which is the pain and difficulty of just things that are unpleasant and not easy to like. So physical pain or terrible smells, right? That's dukkah dukh. And the second type, it's talked about as we pari nama duca, which is, I've heard sometimes translated as the duke of seasonality that that which is pleasing comes to an end. Our favorite show has a series finale and now we've got to find a new show. The middle class American listeners that you may have, right? But anything that has seasonality, whether it's a period of time in our life, our health declines over time. But we probably nama duca is the stress that dissatisfaction, the challenge and the difficulty that things don't last. And that constantly things are changing. The third is Sankara duca. Which is a little bit more difficult to describe and it is the fact that in every moment nothing is even stable for a second. Sometimes I've heard teachers talk about it. It's the duke of entropy. That there is a fundamental instability to every moment of human existence. And much of our human struggles are just in resistance to any of these three levels. But those three levels go quite deep. And if we start to pay attention to any degree that we're struggling with anything from the bad smell to the loss of something that we love, but even to just the fact that we've got to keep up with the constantly shifting sands of the present moment. When we start to pay attention to those struggles and see, how can I not resist this anymore? What might it be like actually to live in harmony with this? That opens a potential for non conflict with life that is way deeper than we might have ever imagined. And so as I hear, Harriet asking this question, I hear a student that's on the cusp of some real potential depth. And so the place that I start as a teacher is commending her exploration and saying, hey, this rabbit hole goes pretty deep. And it can get quite profound. And so this is a place for you to dig into. It reminds me of another expression from the aforementioned Joseph Goldstein, which is he's got all these little Josef isms. A little phrases he uses. And one of them is struggle as a feedback. Noticing when you're struggling or resisting whatever's happening right now. And that should be a little bell to wake you up. That there's something you need to be mindful of. That resonate for you. It resonates for me so much. It's like it's a perfect Arctic. I can't even add anything onto that, but it's, you know, I've actually heard mutual friend colleague of ours, Jeff Warren talk about one of his favorite ways to meditate is just simply to pay attention to if there's any resistance of any kind and just try and open. And that's like a formal meditation practice that's built on that same sensibility that Joseph is talking about. And so it's one of the things that as we develop a true love for contemplative practice. And we see the true potential for a sense of ease and freedom at any moment in life. This is one of the things that all of us become really attuned to us. If I just notice any type of struggle.

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"twenty percent" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

03:10 min | Last week

"twenty percent" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"There are, of course, other stressors, including marriage and parenting and Molly talks about that in the next clip. The practice of gratitude starts to train us to look for things to be grateful for. And so it's a really beautiful and powerful practice to do in your relationship. And but I'm so curious about you playing with the whole a whole nother thing on the side. I wonder what in your life routine with your husband? What are the times of day that happen at least a handful of times a week where you feel like you're you don't have a bunch of a bunch of pressure on you? And you're around each other. And you can be casual and relatively at ease. Is there any times like that that come to mind for you? Those times are sadly scarce because two full-time working parents is no joke. But I actually want to suggest that you make him the object of your meditation for like 60 a 120 seconds at a time. And so you make him the bird calls that you're listening to in the morning. And you don't let him know. It's like a secret, you know, undercover practice that you're going to do. And you in the mornings go from there being nature around that you're not tuned into it all to the moment when you close your eyes and all of a sudden it comes alive and you're paying attention to it in a different way. And find a time where he's like washing a dish and you can take 60 seconds in the kitchen and maybe you're interacting a little, but really under under cover, you're just seeing if you can see this person as like a phenomenon. Like, if you looked out over the whole globe, right? There's like geysers shooting off. There's like trees losing their leaves. There's animals, you know, drinking water, and there's this guy who's like washing this mug. And I think that there's gonna be something that happens that bridges some of the qualities that you're experiencing in your daily morning meditation and brings them right into your home and life in relationship. That's very interesting thought. I've never considered making a person object of my meditation, but it's very interesting because what you're asking me to do is what I naturally do for my daughter because she is a phenomenon my home. But so is my husband. I just don't think of him in that way anymore. Yeah, we just forget, you know, you've seen him, you know, put on his shoes, so many freaking times. It doesn't seem to be anything.

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"twenty percent" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

07:12 min | Last week

"twenty percent" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"Of the things that I heard you say there was that used the word that you felt like you failed because you weren't able to get yourself to feel better and get back into that headspace. And I could hear as I listened to you that you were employing rain as a tool as a means to try to feel different than you were feeling in the moment. And that is the one thing that will break any meditative tool. No. Okay, continue unpack for me, please. So there's a really common, maybe one of the most common phenomena for human beings every day we're swinging back and forth between experiences that we like and experiences we don't like and some experiences that we don't really care about very much, right? And it is so natural for us and incredibly common to want to have more of the experiences that we like, Gemma not in the car and feeling good. Want more of that. And less of the experiences we don't like. Super complex intense family relationship that feels unresolved and that I'm not too happy with less of that, please. Is that track for you? Yeah, yeah, yeah, that is. That makes a lot of sense and it's pretty reorienting. It's like how human, right? This is what we all do. I love that clip. And it reminds me of a lesson I had to learn and still have to learn all the time. Which is that meditation isn't about feeling a certain way. It is about feeling whatever you're feeling, clearly, so that your emotions, feelings, thoughts urges, et cetera, aren't owning you all the time. I mean, this is, I think something that we all have to learn again and again. And it's a subtle shift in attitude and like I said to Jacqueline in this moment, right? It's like how human. We hear that meditation is supposed to reduce stress. So then we feel stressed and we try and meditation. So we don't feel stressed anymore. I mean, that seems like pretty straightforward. That's how most people go about it. It's how most people do go about it. But the trouble is that meditation instead of being a tool in our hand that we can use to and this is going to be a strange mixed metaphor. I can feel it already. It's going to be two in our hand, we can use to become more connected and aware of our present moment experience. It turns from a tool to a weapon and we use it to fight the present moment experience that we don't want to have. And as soon as that happens, it starts to lose all its power and its function, unfortunately. And all the meditation techniques that have worked so well for us in the past seem to come up short. And we're stuck. Usually just adding fuel to the fire of whatever difficult experience we're going through. But you're asking us to overcome millennia of evolution here where we are sort of reflexively going for the pleasant stuff, recoiling in the face of the unpleasant stuff and numbing out in the face of anything we find neutral. Those are the three habitual responses. You're calling for us to do this radical move of just like hanging out with whatever's there. How do we learn how to do that on the regular? You know, it's actually I was having a conversation with another student of mine in one on one conversation. And he said something that really cracked me up. And he was encapsulating his entire understanding up to this point of meditation practice. And he said, you know what I really understand that I'm doing with all of this is moment by moment and basically just giving a big FU to evolution. And he said, I'm taking it a moment at a time, and I'm saying, I'm not going to follow the evolutionary response to whatever the present stimuli is. So if it's an email that feels threatening, I'm not going to go caveman saber toothed Tiger on this thing. And I'm just going to take that one moment and see if I can connect with a sense of one agency to make a choice in how I respond and two my core values. What matters to me the most, how I actually want to show up in the world. And so, you know, the answer to your question is you can't just flip off any of the either culturally ingrained habits or evolutionarily inherited habits that you may have developed. But you can take it a single moment at a time. And try to have a different relationship to experience than the inner urge tells you that you should have. Well, said, respond not react. It's my the only meditation cliche I actually like as I have said before if I wasn't so afraid of pain, I would get a tattoo somewhere on my body. Said he's the star of this next clip. Can you can you give us a little context before we listen? Well, this conversation, you'll hear, I think really, it's a personal note with me. I'll just say something, you know, about why I actually to start. When I was getting really heavy into meditation practice studying Buddhism and I wanted to spend more and more and more time studying intensively on retreat and less time on the other things in my life. There was a point at which probably I would have run off and joined a monastery, you know, shaved my head, put on robes and not come back. There was a point where I was really, I had that orientation. And a handful of my close friends did exactly that. And some of them are still in robes to this day. And I was in a different life situation. I was one of those statistics that left college just after the financial explosion in 2008. And I graduated with over 6 figures of student debt. And so I spent this period of time where I was falling in love with Dharma practice and wanting to spend all my time on retreat. And needing to hold down a job or multiple jobs in order to make payments on all my privately held student loans..

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"twenty percent" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

01:33 min | Last week

"twenty percent" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"Questions about the difference between therapy and working with the meditation teacher, but I'm gonna let those flow out of the clips we're gonna hear. So let's actually let's dive in and start listening to some of these clips. The first one is this first bit of eavesdropping we get to do here is on a conversation between you and a student named Jack Willem. Can you give us some context before we actually listen? Okay, so in this clip, Jacqueline's telling me about a moment where she tried to use her budding meditation practice to help her in a pinch. She was riding in the car with her boyfriend and got a really difficult phone call from a family member who she has a somewhat contentious relationship with. And she tried to use a technique called rain. This is the acronym RAI N and this is a meditation technique that was developed, I believe by Michelle MacDonald, the meditation teacher and has been made very broadly popular by Tara brach. And so Jacqueline is explaining to me what happened as she's tried to use this technique rain and it doesn't seem to have worked so well for her. And just to say, rain stands for recognize allow investigate and N can either be non identification or nurture, I believe. And so it's a little checklist. You can run through in the midst of some sort of emotional storm. One.

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"twenty percent" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

01:59 min | Last week

"twenty percent" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"That's really helpful. Much more of my conversation with Matthew Hepburn right after this. Hello, TPH listeners when it comes to tools for increasing our happiness. Obviously meditation is a big one, but it's certainly not the only one. For me, another crucial tool has been therapy, and that's where our sponsor, better help comes in if you go to better help dot com slash happier, you can have your individual needs assessed and be matched with your own licensed professional therapist, it's safe private convenient and quick, you can start communicating with your new therapist in under 48 hours once you've matched you and your therapist can send messages back and forth schedule weekly video or phone sessions all without ever having to sit in an uncomfortable waiting room. To be clear, this is not a crisis line. It's professional counseling done securely online and it's available all over the world, better help can help you start living a happier life today and as a TPH listener, you'll get 10% off your first month by visiting our sponsor at better help dot com slash happier to join over a million people who have taken charge of their mental health go to better help HELP dot com slash happier. Hey, hey, it's Dan Harris from 10% happier. You tune in every week to hear, I hope really helpful conversations with some of the leading meditation happiness and mindfulness experts. So what if I told you that this show could be ten times? Maybe 30 times I'm making this up, but much more impactful when combined with the 10% happier app. On the app you get to listen and learn. You get to incorporate the concepts we talk about here on the show, into your daily practice into your mind. When you've mastered the basics of meditation, you can dive deeper into the practice with our singles, courses, and challenges. The 10% happier app is available right now to download wherever you get your apps. So I actually have more.

"twenty percent" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

05:55 min | Last week

"twenty percent" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"You'll get to listen in on intimate conversations between Matthew and people just like you recognize file meditators because listening in on real people working through real challenges can directly benefit you. As you know here on this show, I talked to meditation teachers, scientists, psychologists, and the occasional celebrity. But for many years, many of you have asked that we focus on regular people, too. So that is what Matthew is going to be doing on his new show, which is out today inside the 10% happier app. So we'll get started with this episode, the special episode with Matthew right after this. Matthew Hepburn, my friend and colleague welcome to the show. Dan Harris, my new nemesis, old friend. Wait, the nemesis is new? Haven't I been your Newman for a long time? Oh, I mean, I haven't been out about it. But now officially, we're making it public. Might as well do it in front of the largest possible audience. That's right. There are larger audiences than just your show Dan. You know that. Oh, wow. It's just shots fired. I like this is gonna go well. As you know, verbal abuse is my love language, so you're in a very safe place for this. This is why we love each other so much. The only thing I resent is that you're better at it than I am. And you're better at meditation than I am. So let me ask you about that. I'm just curious before we get into these amazing audio clips that I'm excited for people to hear. Can you just give us a brief little bio of Matthew Hepburn of how did you get into meditation? How did you become a meditation teacher? Yeah, well, it's interesting because when I think about this question, I can pick anywhere in my life as the place to start, you know, I could start as I was just a very little kid and talk about my parents and the values that they had and how those things ended up contributing to where I am today. It's kind of an interesting story to have to tell, but, you know, if I were going to tell it to you today in a way that maybe is somewhat succinct and also represents some of my own path, I would say that when I was a young adult and the first year that I got to college, I felt like it was kind of a big brave and scary world out there. I felt like none of the adults knew anything that was going on that I was sorely looking for mentors or people that I could trust to give me a clear sense of how to live well in the world. And that I didn't have a clear indication a clear read on where I could take my cues on how to live a human life well. And that happened at the same time as I was going through a major major identity crisis. I had known myself to be first and foremost a performance jazz pianist. And that's what I had gone to school on a scholarship for. And that identity was totally falling apart from me and I was embroiled in a lot of self criticism and self hatred that can show up for kids who are going to art school. And I was looking for a new path and a new identity in the world. And so at the same time that I was having some major grief about the loss of my plans for my future, the loss of the elements of my own positive self regard that I had relied on to help me feel good about how I moved through the world and who I was. At the same time I was reading and listening to anything that I could get my hands on that could teach me about what other human beings before me had learned about how to live well. And so one of the things that I ran into was Buddhist teachings. I think the first thing I read was Herman Hess's Siddhartha. You know, I was a kid. It was like 19 years old. It was a really kind of tender a new time in my life. And so for me, it was a very slow progression between that point and time where I was just getting introduced to these ideas that it was possible to look at your own interiority to live a contemplative life to make the subjective your primary interest and see how you're living and to learn from it and to build a new relationship to life. And it's been a long road from to now. And it was a slow waiting in. I started by meditating every once in a while. Every, you know, a couple weeks or something like that, eventually I started meditating for 5 minutes at a time every day. And slowly, but surely, along the way, every single thing that I learned seemed to come out useful in the proving ground of my own experimentation. And the more that I found that the meditation techniques I was trying were useful, the more time I invested in it. And it took quite some time, but eventually I decided to make a lot of sacrifices in my life. Leave jobs so that I could sit long retreats and things like that. And one thing led to another. And now you just recently graduated from the insight meditation society, teacher training program. Yeah, I'm just coming out of this four year training program to train retreat teachers. And while I've been teaching meditation for the last decade, I'm a student first. And I'm really just kind of beginning my life and learning how to teach meditation. And learning from my mentors about how to do it as best I can. When it comes to the training of.

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"twenty percent" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

03:16 min | Last week

"twenty percent" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"Get a chance to listen in on a process that rarely if ever gets aired publicly. Let me step back for a second. A big question many of you may have is, okay, I'm meditating or attempting to regularly meditate, but how do I make it relevant to my actual life? On its own, the practice can for some of us at some times feel a little dumb. I'm watching my breath and so what? This is why having a meditation teacher can be so helpful to remind us why we're doing this thing, or again, why we're attempting to regularly do this thing. But of course, not everybody's lucky or resourceful enough to have a relationship with a meditation teacher. And some of you may feel like even if I did come face to face with a meditation teacher, what would I even ask? There's a cool thing that happens on meditation retreats. Another thing that not everybody will have the luck or gumption to do. Teachers on retreats often hold group sessions where you get a chance to listen in on the questions that the other meditators have. This can be super helpful because you hear questions you might not have thought to ask or because you hear that other people are struggling with the same stuff you're struggling with. Today, on this episode, we're going to give you a version of that. You're going to hear audio clips of real students talking to a real meditation teacher about real-life issues. Issues in their meditation practice and issues related to how to apply meditation to everyday life. And then after each of these little clips, the teacher and I will take a deep dive into the issues that arise in the clips. Said teacher is Matthew Hepburn. For those of you who are users of the 10% happier app, you probably know Matthew as the guy who helps you fall asleep. I'm not being facetious, Matthew has one of the most popular sleep meditations in the app. I promise though this conversation is anything but sleepy, Matthew is an ace. He has spent the last decade teaching meditation in schools, prisons and meditation centers all over the country. He is an incredibly skilled wise and very funny teacher and human being. I can say all of this with some real authority because I have worked alongside Matthew for many, many years at the 10% happier app where he's a staffer and a stalwart on our content team. In this episode, we cover some fascinating issues, including how meditation can make you braver at work undercover practices you can do with your spouse or partner, how to find meaning in everyday annoyances, how to handle fear and the one thing that will break any meditation practice. Before we dive in, I do want to point out something very, very cool. The clips you're going to be hearing have been called from a brand new podcast hosted by Matthew. This new show, which is exclusive to the 10% happier app is called 20% happier. Yes, you heard that correctly. Matthew's going to be taking all of the insights you get from this show, my show and doubling them. As if I wasn't going to be stuck with math jokes for the rest of my life already, having written a book called 10% happier I am now. Doubling.

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#Arab_lives_matter sparks calls for more policing in Israel

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

#Arab_lives_matter sparks calls for more policing in Israel

"Arabs according for more policing in Israel and turning to social media to raise awareness Arab citizens of Israel a concerned about the spiraling rate of violent crime in their communities and their campaigning under the hashtag Arab lives matter but unlike a similar campaign in the US the calling for more policing not less the are a minority which makes up around twenty percent of Israel's population has been convulsed by violent crime in recent years often driven by criminal gangs and family disputes activists say Israeli authorities have historically ignored deadly crime when only Arabs are involved I'm Charles so that's my

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Tired of robocalls? The FCC is still trying to stop them

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

01:42 min | Last month

Tired of robocalls? The FCC is still trying to stop them

"The us about twenty percent of calls to cell phones and forty percent to landlines are robocalls many of them scams and tomorrow is the deadline for voice service providers including some phone companies to show the federal communications commission. What steps. they're taking to stop robocalls. Brad reeves is a professor of computer science at north carolina state university. He said the fcc is telling these companies to be on the lookout for clear signs of fraud for example if your phone company and you have a customer that is sending hundreds of thousands of calls per day but almost none of them get answered. Doesn't necessarily mean you're doing anything illegal but it certainly suspicious and you should be looking into it. So yeah i the fcc has a new system right like technical system that can help weed out the robocalls so the fcc is mandating that all providers either now or within a couple of years implemented set of technical standards called stir and shaken. This is something that changes. How calls are made to add a little token to indicate where the call came from and which provider was responsible for it. So you can think of this kind of like the post office putting a postmark on a stamp. The reason this is important. Is that when you receive a robo call and maybe you call your phone company to complain about it. They have to figure out where that call came from. And before sir shaking it was a laborious process that took days in most cases. Do you think that this is gonna work. I wouldn't bet on it. There are just too many loopholes and ways to bypass the

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Alaska Military Base Declares Health Emergency

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Alaska Military Base Declares Health Emergency

"Military service members in Alaska are being asked to avoid places that don't require masks or social distancing for the next thirty days well the state's epidemiologist says Alaska is experiencing one of the sharpest surges of cove in nineteen in the country in Alaska military leaders on joint base Elmendorf Richardson had declared a public health emergency while the state's largest hospital Providence Alaska Medical Center is rationing care after being overwhelmed by surgical bid nineteen patients the hospital has been forced to turn away patients from smaller cities there are merchants the room was overflowing and people are having to wait in their cars in a parking lot for hours waiting to see a doctor the state health department reports more than twelve hundred newly confirmed cases per one hundred thousand people over the past two weeks twenty percent of patients hospitalized Alaska have coded nineteen I'm Jennifer king

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With Hands Tied, Montana Officials Issue Public Health Plea

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

With Hands Tied, Montana Officials Issue Public Health Plea

"There's been an escalation of the pandemic in several western states struggling to convince skeptical people to get vaccinated public health leaders have approved price of care rationing in Idaho parts of Alaska and Montana and several more states are veering dangerously close with less than ten percent of intensive care unit beds available in Idaho we're overwhelmed hospitals are rationing care statewide the state is looking at a virus positivity rate of twenty percent as hospitals in Missoula and Bozeman face increasing strain local health officials are banking Montana residents to wear masks indoors get vaccinated and limit gatherings there lamenting their inability to implement public health restrictions after Montana passed several laws earlier this year curtailing their power in Helena chief medical officer Dr Shelly Harkins with St Peter's health says the constraints of a hospital or worse than what was seen earlier in the pandemic the hospital's intensive care unit advanced medical unit and morgue are full I'm Jennifer king

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California Recall Effort Fails: Newsom to Remain in Office

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

00:27 sec | Last month

California Recall Effort Fails: Newsom to Remain in Office

"Gavin. Newsom survived the recall. Election in california survived slash decimated. The recall election california early estimates wednesday morning had the margin. That'll keep nissim in office by over twenty percent exit. Poll numbers from edison research had some interesting nuggets more than four in ten. Democrats called corona virus their top issue compared to one in five republicans. Republicans were three times as likely as democrats to call the economy. Their top

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Breaking Down Apples Latest Product Event

CNBC's Fast Money

01:38 min | Last month

Breaking Down Apples Latest Product Event

"Let's go to tonight's main of it and that is apple announcing a whole new fleet of products. Today you got an iphone. Thirteen many phone and new apple watch more but investors maybe wanting more stocks sliding into the closed down just about one percent. Let's get more on. What apple rolled out today and reaction. Josh lipton with that josh good evening. So let's start with apple's most important product the iphone apple ceo. Tim cook taking the virtual stage in saying these are the best iphones apple has ever created and here. The are the iphone thirteen. The iphone thirteen mini the iphone. Thirteen pro and the iphone. Thirteen pro max. All five g. enabled faster chips. Brighter displays bigger batteries and upgraded camera systems. As for prices. They do remain the same as last year. We would also expect of course the carriers to be typically aggressive when it comes to pricing as well the new iphones preorder on september seventeenth. They'll be available on. September twenty fourth also highlight today a new ipad. The comes the faster processor. Better camera costing three hundred twenty nine dollars. A new ipad mini that costs four hundred and ninety nine dollars both available next week and rounding out the show today. The new watch ceres. Seven twenty percent more area charges. Faster more crack resistant. Three hundred ninety dollars apple saying it is available later this fall but did not offer a hard date action heading into this event. Remember apple on a roll over the past three months. Fifteen percent besting the market but finish lower as you point on. Today's traded is lower for september potentially snapping a three month win streak now up fourteen percent for the

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A Dutch Group May Have a Way to Cut Carbon Emissions

Environment: NPR

02:11 min | Last month

A Dutch Group May Have a Way to Cut Carbon Emissions

"Un estimates that twenty percent of global carbon emissions come from residential buildings. A dutch organization thinks it might have found a way to drastically cut that number. Here's villa marks at the hague of all. The niche on tuna have lived in the same apartment in the dutch capital for the past four decades. Last year. they're building gonna makeover with triple glazed windows and a new insulated facade entail every everybody and the whole house is now warm yorker says with much lower energy costs. Almost six thousand other dutch homes have been through a similar retrofit devised by the nonprofit group. Energy sprung or energy leap. They end objective should be buying a retrofit as easy as buying a new kitchen. In ron boehner helped found energy sprung in two thousand ten and it's worked with banks regulators engineers and entrepreneurs to develop the best retrofit approach for homes worldwide. Eighty percent of the buildings that will be here in twenty fifty at least in europe have already been built and they were not built to standard that had in mind that we had to eliminate carbon emissions. And so unless we do that. Too all the buildings. We're never going to get the. I wouldn't say never but not within the timeframe that we got left. We don't have two hundred years to phase out carbon during the small dutch china limited votes. That prefabricated facades that can simply be hooked onto outside of existing old homes improving the energy efficiency eighty percent the undershirts woman from the facade manufacturer. Rc panels explains they use lasers to measure a building's dimensions. The size taylor. Doors and windows added to the panels in the factory exactly set course if he does. The door just doesn't open. The units shipped in a complex of three hundred apartments could be wrapped up in a matter of hours. Another element of an enemy sprung. Retrofit is how these homes a heated a separate dutch firm called factories zero bills a single module with heat pumps electric boilers and solar panels. All computer controlled

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US Home Prices Soar at Record Pace in June

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

US Home Prices Soar at Record Pace in June

"Home prices soar to record pace in June a limited supply of available houses resulted in prices jumping by almost twenty percent in June the S. and P. CoreLogic case Shiller twenty city home price index surged nineteen percent compared to June of last year that's the largest increase on records dating back to two thousand the annual price gains were higher in June in all twenty cities than they were in may prices are now at record highs in nineteen of those cities with the exception being Chicago prices increased the most in Phoenix where they were up twenty nine percent from a year earlier my camp in Washington

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The Top Benefits to Having An eBay Store with Kathy Terrill

eBay for Business

02:10 min | 2 months ago

The Top Benefits to Having An eBay Store with Kathy Terrill

"Lots of new things released it ebay over the last year so many new things that it's sometimes hard to keep track of them all and one thing i noticed in the last year on the podcast episodes as we have not talked about some of the changes and enhancements to a feature that a lot of us so on ebay just take for granted and that's your ebay store ebay stores haven't really changed in at least ten years recently. There was some really interesting enhancements to the store. And i thought it would be good to get an expert on. Please join me in welcoming from. I love to be selling dot com. Our friend. cathy tara grew up. Good to be here. I want to assume that a lot of our listeners may have an ebay store and they are not quite aware of all the things that an ebay store can do. So let's talk about that. What are some of your view. What are some of the top benefits to having an ebay store. He may stores just are so amazing as far as helping you to reach out for customers and to drive repeat traffic ebay open online when the ebay stores team presented one thing they really drove home was the increase in repeat buyers that somebody with a store gets and they quoted some really nice statistics. So it's worth to go back and listen to that remember correctly. The higher rate of repeat purchases is anywhere from twenty to sixty five percent over seller without a store. Obviously there's a range you know ebay. Sellers sell such range of items and there is such a range of stores. I mean my attention. i don't know about you. i'll take twenty percent for just more sales like immediately. My ears go up and i listened very carefully to the presentations on ebay stores for the things that they talked about that. Help you as a seller to drive. Repeat purchases because again we all to get that one chang but how nice even when you're variety seller. A store really really helps you with that. There is so much an ebay store you know. Oftentimes just busy listing listening listening. And we don't deep dive into all the things that are available to a store and some things are very simple that you can literally have it up and running to help you drive repeat traffic and drive sales literally in a matter of a minute to

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How to Maximize Profits With Red Flagging

The $100 MBA Show

01:56 min | 2 months ago

How to Maximize Profits With Red Flagging

"Hello everybody by name. Is walter hill junior. And thank you for joining me today. I'll be teaching you about how to maximize your profit with red flag. So let's get down to business. Here are many factors that control prophet and the business. How well you execute those factors will have a major effect on your bottom line. Ren flagging is a term that we developed in my business to help us identify avoid mistakes that could have a negative effect on our business. Red flagging is a common term used to provide a a warning an alert or caution in the context that we use it and business. It's a simple but profound way of thinking where you ask. What if questions to identify potential problems and devise a plan to avoid them. What is red flagging. Well the more you learn about the causes of business failures the better. The small business administration says the twenty percent of new businesses fail within the first two years and forty five percent of new businesses failed within the first five years. The good news. Is that win. Those first five years fifty five percent of the businesses succeed. If you're currently in a business or you're just starting one you might want to ask yourself. How can i increase the odds to my favor. So that i can join the winning fifty five percent group. Well i'm rude. Think red flags to help you. Get there as i did. I learned the red flagging process at a very young age while working for my father and i continued to develop the process over the years which led to my business success success. I've always believed is intentional. It does not just happen. If you can avoid. Most of the high impact costly mistakes in your business you will increase your arts for

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UN Health Agency Sees Virus Cases Leveling Off

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

UN Health Agency Sees Virus Cases Leveling Off

"The U. N. health agency sees farmers cases leveling off marginally in its weekly assessment of the pandemic the W. H. O. says a number of new coronavirus cases reported globally appears to be stabilizing at about four point five million infections off to steadily rising for the past two months the agency adds Kobe nineteen increased by about twenty percent and eight percent in the western Pacific I'm in the Americas while rates of disease either remain the same or dropped in other regions the assessment finds that they were about sixty eight thousand new deaths reported globally though with Europe and the Americas registering increases of about ten percent I'm Charles the last month

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'Bracing for the Worst' in Florida's COVID-19 Hot Zone

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

'Bracing for the Worst' in Florida's COVID-19 Hot Zone

"Northeast Florida has become a hot zone in the state's latest search of covered nineteen cases and hospitals there are overflowing in Jacksonville the caseload at Baptist health's hospitals is more than double last summer's conductor Timothy groover sees a change in the patient's filling the warts it's attacking the younger and the ark or sicker and they're sicker quicker because health is making do by converting empty spaces adding more than one hundred beds they're also working overtime to persuade people to get vaccinated it's one person reaching out to areas where they have influence and I think that's how we win this game Florida currently accounts for about twenty percent of cases nationwide I'm Ben Thomas

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How Are the Latinx Community Represented on TV

Latino USA

02:00 min | 2 months ago

How Are the Latinx Community Represented on TV

"Latino and latina representation in film and television is an age old conversation topic and despite some recent milestones. The numbers are still pretty disappointing. According to a recent study by the la times latinos and latinas are underrepresented across all aspects of television and film productions despite making up nearly twenty percent of the us population that dino's and latina's constitute only six percent of main cast members less than nine percent of writers seven percent of directors and six percent of senior executives. The presence of african and indigenous latinos in the industry is even smaller but statistics can only tell us so much how latino individuals and communities are portrayed. Onscreen is another part of the conversation. That's why today we're taking you behind the scenes with two award winning latino creators were breaking stereotypes about how our communities are depicted on television. Stephen canals and linda evatt charges. My name is steven canals. I am co-creator executive producer writer and director of the f. Extra series pose. The category is hosed centers. The black and latin queer and trans individuals who are part of the new york city. Underground ballroom community as they are navigating the difficulties of the hiv as and crack epidemic of the eighties and early nineties. Stephen was born and raised in the bronx to an afro. Puerto rican mother and an african american dad. He made history when posed premiered in twenty eighteen featuring the largest cast of transgender actors in tv history

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How You Maximize the Quality of Your Life with Behavioral Scientist Jon Levy

The Ultimate Health Podcast

02:30 min | 2 months ago

How You Maximize the Quality of Your Life with Behavioral Scientist Jon Levy

"I'm a person who really throws myself into. Whatever i think might be able to improve the quality of life and so i would do courses and read books and so on and one of the things that i jumped into was a seminar and a seminar leader. Said something that really had me me examined the entire way. My life is set up. He said that the fundamental element that defined the quality of our lives are the people we surround ourselves with and the conversations of behalf of them and he said that means that. If you want to impact your life what you need to do is either change the conversations that you're having with people or change the people you're having them with and that was fundamentally different than what everybody else was saying. I was setting my alarm for like crazy early in the morning and then headaches news eight thousand times and skipping the gym and feeling bad about it and he's now saying maybe you should just hang out with a bunch of people who fitness as part of their life and instead of going to the movies and eating tub of popcorn you'll meet them for a run and then it becomes natural for your life while i'm a science geek. I'm a behavioral scientist now. And so i looked at the research and there was this crazy study. By these two guys chris and fowler and they were actually looking at the obesity epidemic and they were curious does it spread from person to person. I got cold or is it. A percentage of the population like alzheimer's. Right you don't get alzheimer's shook hands with somebody who has alzheimer's and what they found was startling. If you have a friend who's obese your chances increase by forty five percent your friends who don't even know them have a twenty percent increase. Chance and their friends have a five percent increase chant and this kind of effect is true for happiness marriage and divorce trait smoking habits voting habits bitterly. Everything spreads from person to person and so i figured my biggest responsibility for my life would be to not only connect with extraordinary people balloons. It could have really in tact a really meaningful impact on my life but tabs them connect with each other so it spreads further and that was kind of the piffling. The problem is i. frankly didn't come from like when those super connected rich families. My parents are immigrants. And so i had to then figure out how to connect with the people i admired

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The Truth About Pandemic Weight Gain

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

02:00 min | 2 months ago

The Truth About Pandemic Weight Gain

"I've been seeing a lot of reports in the media about how much weight everyone supposedly gained during the pandemic year. And some of these numbers are pretty alarming. One highly regarded source reported an average weight gain of twenty five pounds. Another widely reported survey. Put that number even higher at twenty nine pounds. Meanwhile everyone on social media is bemoaning. The fact that returning to in-person work or school is going to require a whole new wardrobe because they can no longer fasten their so-called hard pants internet memes and jokes aside massive weight gain in a large proportion of the population would have serious implications in the form of increased disease burden risks and disability. Fortunately when you take a closer look at the data the actual situation is not quite as dire or dramatic as news. Reports would suggest one of these reports for example is based on an internet survey conducted by harris poll on behalf of the american psychological association. And contrary to what you may have seen about this in the media the survey did not find that the average person gained twenty nine pounds during the pandemic four in ten of those surveyed actually said that the pandemic did not result in any unwanted weight. Change twenty percent said that they experienced unwanted weight loss as a result of the stress. The remaining forty percent said that the pandemic had led to unwanted weight game and the average reported weight gain in that group was indeed twenty nine pounds but only half of those or twenty percent of all respondents reported gaining more than fifteen pounds. Keep in mind as well that all of these were self reported changes not verified by any actual weight data so it's unclear just how accurate people's reports or recollections

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Author K.T. McFarland on the Great Decline of America

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 2 months ago

Author K.T. McFarland on the Great Decline of America

"Jumping over to our guest line. There is a lot of odd judah going on out there and don't think that we're not being targeted as a weak country. Katie mcfarland our great friend. Who's on our show here in houston. Every friday wrote the book. Revolution trump washington. We the people she was deputy national security adviser for our great real president donald trump but the biggest news is. She's a grandma again. High grandma mac grandma here and i'm doing fine. Thank you so much for any. Mac i love it and you know it's amazing your lovely daughter. State rep down here in florida and sarasota had another baby another grandchild but the world the baby's coming into katie mcfarland. Am i don't watch. What a mess. Right now Internationally we're seen as incredibly weak. The commies are onus from china the invasion on our southern border. We'll have two million two point five million twenty percent. Now we're find out. Have the wu han. What a mess. Katie yeah and if it only gonna get worse. The chinese right now are having an internal debate about a whether they help america out whether they bail america because they've determined america is on an inevitable decline and they're on an absolutely preordained. Rise and in america within the next couple of years in the biden administration so dive administration is going to have such severe inflation That they have that. America's economy is going to collapse or china's going to have to loan us some money and so that's the debate. They're having you know it's it's really scary. This is not like a generation for now. This is happening in real time and i really put a lot of it right at the feet of the administration. They're very similar to what jimmy carter did in the nineteen seventies. The problem is now. The recovery of the united states is going to be all that much more difficult for the next president in two thousand twenty four

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The Invasion of the Criminal Immigrant

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:02 min | 2 months ago

The Invasion of the Criminal Immigrant

"We know very well about the invasion of the criminal immigrant. over a million have come in broken in with the green light from the people who control joe biden. Because joke joe's walking around the white house right now holding up a banana going. No really what no. And they're like joe that's been put it down. So the people control him have just. Ill will towards our beautiful country and our judeo christian fabric. And while they're telling you you can't go into a restaurant unless you have a mask. On the invasion of criminal immigrants is bringing the wu han by the truckload. keeping track of. It is a great friend of our show in houston. He's part of the breitbart family at breitbart dot com bob price Keeps an eye on texas and the border fob. Welcome to the mike gallagher. Show our you buddy morning. It's great to be back in texas after a weekend. Beautiful north carolina who bring it back baby all right so. Nbc finally writes finally writes that the criminal immigrant invasion. They're bringing the wuhan with us. Bob price the numbers are staggering. You by and i'll give you props because you've been talking about this for a while show in houston tele miracle about it. Well you know the fascinating thing about this. The nbc report got a hold of a leaked document. A presidential briefing documents about the crisis going on at the border. Where twenty percent of migrant families that are being released by border patrol into south texas communities are testing positive for the covent corona virus. Pandemic diseases going on twenty five percent of the of the children that are being released are also testing positive for kobe. And yet this briefing. On such a critical issue of cova being imported into the united states wasn't scheduled to be delivered to president biden until next thursday right. Well i mean with bob. What's the hurry. The invasion of criminal immigrant with their wuhan han It can wait a couple of days

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"twenty percent" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"twenty percent" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Twenty percent off your first order with the promo code KFI so cal whether from KFI overnight lows in the forties and partly cloudy afternoon with highs near sixty along the coast seventy and when warmer Thursday and Friday before cooling over the weekend right now forty eight degrees in Calabasas forty six in Arcadia fifty one in orange and forty nine in the lease so V. a whole we lead local from KFI is twenty four hour news room I'm bill sewer to talk to George nori call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk toll free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five to reach George via Skype user name George nine seven three one three seven Georgia text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one this is coast to coast AM with George Noory welcome back to coast to coast glanced at clean with us we're going to continue chatting with one about extraterrestrials and we'll take your calls this hours while on coast to coast Hey are you still looking for that perfect gift this holiday season here's something that'll make life easier for you see cranes or find CC Skye waive SS be with the single sideband is justly ultimate travel emergency radio at a great holiday gift that fits in the palm of your hand weighs only eight ounces the reception is superb the idea was legible and clear for its small size the CC Skye way veces be radio gives you access to important communications that your smart phone is not capable of getting like emergency single side band transmissions which broadcasts during hurricane earthquake in major power outage your phone system failure in addition to all of this you can listen to your favorite am and FM broadcasts weather plus a lord local airports long distance aviation and ships at sea from all over the world the only way to get this valuable information is with the specialized side band radio the CC Skye way best says be is that radio for you to find out more about the CC Skye way Bessus be Kalsi crane at one eight hundred five two two eight eight six three that's one eight hundred five two two eight eight six three it's also available on Amazon for quicker shipping you can also we'll see the sea crane holiday gift guide online at C. crane dot com go ahead Carl I'm listening told thirty two staff salmonella E. coli influenza not that kind of dirty do you realize you just took me to the toilet and kept wiping in between two weeks no wonder one and six phones contained fecal matter and lose whatever your hands touch I touch I'm covered in filth it's enough to make both of us sick please can you get me a phone cell phones from soap safely kills ninety nine point ninety nine percent of all those germs with clinically.

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"twenty percent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"twenty percent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Percent is the number the numbers twenty percent twenty percent twenty five that is that is that is how sure I am this is all part of the matrix on twenty percent sure that we're just all the matrix right now you you are close to write only ask you a question Germany all right next time I checked there was a poll done by you guys that was released this week would you say you are friends I do have friends yes yeah you save good friends say you connect with people I would like to think so according to this poll twenty percent of millennials say they they have no friends they have no friends they feel lonely sure I can believe it really yeah why why would millennials not have friends are I think that when you only have like a couple close friends and none of them want to hang out you that we can you can feel like you don't have any friends yeah but how many do you need only I think you made a few you know I mean I know lots of people I have friends are different are different subject you know like I I don't think you should I don't usually like flavored live with with friends twenty percent twenty percent one five say they have no friends is that a question if you don't have any way to hang out with on a particular weekend do you then go out to like a bar club or do something and like you know forget it I'm not worried about those people are just go have some fun and and and have a good time maybe meet some other people you wallow you walk alone may have made maybe the problems you maybe look I think millennials take way too much grief way too much grief absolutely true but there are some things that if they look at it they got to admit that this is no way to be I find that for me there are times where I might okay I've I've reached out to a few people no one's around okay I guess I guess I'm not doing anything with those people and maybe I can reach out to more people and then like the original name of the house of god I'm good maybe I will just enjoy the silence maybe the lord above is telling me something and I should not I shouldn't try maybe I'm better off being by myself now all of this could lead you to you know what maybe I'll just go for a drive yeah like that you know no one's around to the for Dr to see what's going on in the world Mustang comes out with that the new Shelby GT five hundred seven hundred and sixty horsepower don't get me wrong you can already get the the hell cat or the demon in the challenger and you can you can out pace that there is there I don't know maybe I'm fifty fifty I'm a challenge on the Mustang like I know me I want a car that has no computer whatsoever I want no computer parts in my car at all and right now I just got a few because I I drive a Hummer you have N. H. three but this thing is gorgeous in a way that is rational il.

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"twenty percent" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"twenty percent" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"So the study about sugar in cancer involved a hundred thousand people they asked a bunch of questions yeah it's a big wow that's some credibility to it they monitor them for decades a hundred thousand people in France monitored over a decade so that should be a solid study yeah now it's an observational study in an observational studies are different than the highest levels of scientific study like when you have yeah the blind studies and it looks like the sort of hierarchy of scientific study out for the whole group and they do all that or not yes this is this is an observational studies a lot lower but basically things are lower quality study the large they split the group that is what the people in the groups of how much sugar they drank either from Jews or sugar sweetened beverages this is just drinking sugar this isn't ingesting sugar through like candy bars right cake or what which is a major thing like yeah who drinks a lot of water but then nine slices of cake a day that's me right well not nine slices of cake or not resupply in there too spread it around on all right big groups and we can't leave out ice cream that be ridiculous secular so so researchers found that people who drink more sugary beverages were about twenty percent at a higher risk of cancer pretty significant twenty percent yeah iris they also found that drinking just a little bit of of soda like one bottle of coke per week could increase your risk of cancer what and this includes a one is called a week right increases your risk of cancer they used you guys with just fifteen today or whatever randomly used are you saying I generally I'm just generally I dated a guy who might drink the LC diet coke yeah well we'll get to that because okay what money facet is Pat just did the thing do in the with them yeah why they write stories like this he just wants to get cancer yeah thank right three sweet you know like and that's what happened and what they write the stories like this and you're saying that's what we give the actual active and a look there is something here but let me tell you what it is okay first of all if you issues with the studying yeah the first thing you notice cancer isn't one disease cancer is a huge group of conditions that we love together they look at a whole range of different cancers including pre and postmenopausal breast cancer prostate cancer lung cancer about cancer and while there was an increased risk from drinking sugar for all cancer it was only true for one specific subtype pre menopausal breast cancer so the idea being that every other type of cancer didn't show any increase at all it only showed an increase in pre menopausal breast cancer all right off the bat you think your style I you know is it possible that drinking sugary drinks and I'm I'm looking I.

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"twenty percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"twenty percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Twenty percent discount simply for plying for the card that day. Exactly. Yeah. That was sitting. That was a suggestion. Somebody had made on I think our general discussion board. Did you make that suggestion online? I admit it a tip to you guys. I'm not sure. Okay. You because I saw that. And that was very interesting strategy to not actually end up with that store card. You really don't wanna have. And at the same time get the discount, right? And I I use it to get vantage of purchasing brands that don't allow the merchants to offer discounts. So like certain brands, you know, you have to basically use their discount. So you can kind of take advantage of discounts on top of sales and with Rams that don't allow certain stores to get discounts on their products. And so I'm curious is that something that you've done more than once at a single retailer is at a one time thing you can do. I tried it again at the same retailer swimming. It was a one time only thing, but I'm curious to try it again. All right. Well, keep posting and keep us away. Our because that's a very interesting wrinkle to credit freeze and the way you can get a discount even though you're frozen. You're listening to the Clark Howard show. Now. Now, the three big things you need to three the Disney corporation reported. Second quarter earnings for its theme parks division today of.

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"twenty percent" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"twenty percent" Discussed on KCRW

"Than a change happening again on Thursday. Another chance of rain coming in mostly cloudy, just as light chance of showers on Thursday and a twenty percent showers. Twenty percent chance of showers sticking around Friday and Saturday. I can't remember a in may when this happened before what's going on over here. Great. All these showers in the forecast. But it's welcome right. Rather than these hundred degree days that we sometimes have that we will be getting later gonna happen inevitably. It's three twenty. It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro Chang. There's more bad news for Boeing the company is back on the defensive after admitting over the weekend that is safety sensor on its troubled seven thirty-seven, max planes didn't work as intended and anger is intensifying because Boeing didn't tell airlines about that until after the first of its planes crashed last October all of that is ratcheting up pressure on Boeing as it tries to get its grounded seven thirty seven max planes back in the air. We're joined now by NPR's Russell Lewis who's been following this part of the story Russell either. So what do we know about the sensor and why it didn't work properly? Well, this is called the angle of attack disagree alert. This plane has to angle of attack sensors one on each side of the nose, and they're designed to tell the flight crew how the plane. Is flying relative to airflow over the wing. If the angle of attack gets too, high the plane's wing can stop flying and enter an era dynamic stall. But the seven seven max had this new flight control system that we've heard about called 'em cast. It would force the nose of the plane down in certain circumstances. And this is what is appear to have happened in the two crashes of the 737 max, and we should remember that those accidents have killed a total of two hundred three hundred and forty six people in. Here's what's new that in two thousand seventeen Boeing learned a few months.

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"twenty percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"twenty percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Americans are living in the best economy ever, you know, it's just full of data that this is an incredible economy full data. This is a great economy the data's incredible natch every bit of data. We have gene starting with election night. When Trump was elected right up to October of two thousand eighteen when the market collapsed went down twenty percent because the economy could not handle a two and a half percent interest rate hike could not they rejected it and the market tumbled twenty percent. Welcome Phil's gang. Coast to coast around the country off the Wall Street radio network. The market again is tumbling at this area of twenty eight hundred member we hit twenty eight hundred s and p back in October. Here. We are March. We still can't get up through it and hold it. There's not enough buyers because what's going on people are leaving the stock market and going to the bond market. And when they go buy bonds. That means that the interest rates start to drop that means the dollar starch to drop, and that means people start investing back into gold notch stocks. So the biggest problem we're seeing right now is again the economy and today, what triggered the big show off. Not news. They treated it like big news, and she NBC and FOX and arrest restroom manufacturing. Combos? Wait a minute. I've been talking about manufacturing Chombo since the night. Trump was elected for God's sakes. I talked about manufacturing. I I said on January sixteenth two thousand eighteen I talked about the global economy most collapsing. I talked about China was going to be one of the reasons why the market was going to crash in two thousand eighteen and it crashed starting in October. And so again, they're treating like, wow. This is amazing news making news and Trump comes out today. And he says this and you're right. The world is slowing, but we're not selling and frankly. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. The world is slowing, but we're not slowing. Yes. We are showing our economic growth is coming to a crawl our economic growth. Remember is going to be four to five percent, then they revised it and this should ministration. This was Larry cudlow you remember this four to five percent then he revised to three percent now. It's revised again to one point six percent. And it looks like this first quarter of two thousand nine hundred is going to be negative. What do you mean it hasn't slowed? And you're right. The world is slowing, but we're not selling. And frankly, if we can.

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"twenty percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"twenty percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Just twenty percent of the vehicles. No. No less than twenty percent of the gas in the pipeline or in the pipeline the pipeline with with with with with our energy. And so what that does is your you're it's it's much more feasible. You know, we talk about the economics associated with going with electric Asian in in all of that. I mean, the infrastructure issues are having already in California, you have a long-standing infrastructure of natural gas within all of our states. And so you're able to utilize these assets that are already there in kind of bridge the gap, and then there's a whole nother discussion. I won't take a bar the time, but with the power to gas transition, which there's ways for you to even utilize the benefits they're having the things that's going on the power side from the solar and wind generation at any of that excess capacity to stop being used right now by the greed, you're able to a process collar Letcher electrolysis to convert in pull out the methane from those processes stored our natural gas infrastructure, that's already there. And then whenever you need to be able to fill the gaps and get more power production, and what's being done by the solar wind, then you can use this carbon neutral source for natural gas. So it's kind of a full circle and different things. You can do to truly be more efficient. Yes storage is kind of the ticket. If you can get to the point where we can store too. So then during the day when you use them solar. You can store that natural gas and use it at night. Yes. That's great. Let's talk a little bit about planning new facility projects and all the things that apply to that. Okay. So as Michael touched on, you know, for sustainability standpoint, you know, we've looked to see in the orangey. There's a lot of other things that we look at you know, as a company and when planning new facilities that goes into solar canopies mounted on parking structures rainwater collection, zero scape, software, control LED lighting. So what a different things that. We're doing, you know, cross the board. Also, we can daylight harvesting and motion sensors, these are all.

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"twenty percent" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"twenty percent" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Aaa two eight three seven two seven to give us a call or go to the website. And so many people are struggling now with wanting to lose weight. That's a question. We get all the time and fat loss is important. I mean, I get that people want to get healthy and get into the healthy body weight. But it's about making better choices. There's no silver bullet. And if you're eating well, and you're exercising more you're thinking. Well, that's. Of course, I need to be doing that. Well, we don't do it. And that's why it's a multibillion dollar industry. So it's not the twenty percent. I think we may have the twenty percent pretty close to being down of understanding what to do. It's the behavior of following through and have the discipline to do it each and every day that is a great piece of this. So I would encourage you to look along those lines and focus on what you can do to create more disciplined in your life along with the basics. Maybe set a goal to get up fifteen minutes extra earlier in each day and walk and then add one healthy meal to what you're doing every single day and start adding in that good nutrition that will get you down the path quicker than a wonder pill or some kind of role in machine for your ABS. We'll be right back. Our health is determined by the choices that we make every single day health is not the absence of disease but being mindful about our daily lifestyle. That's where mine don't becomes in. Welcome to the.

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