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Is Stainless Steel Really Stainless?

BrainStuff

06:25 min | 6 d ago

Is Stainless Steel Really Stainless?

"Bathroom, sinks and kitchen appliances to New York's Chrysler building, and the Saint Louis. Gateway. Arch. The world sometimes seems like it's covered in stainless steel. And why not the material is not only sturdy and versatile, but also stainless as the name implies, but is it really impossible to stain stainless steel? Stainless steel is a family of materials that gets its handle from corrosion and oxidation resistant properties that protect it from rust and unsightly botches. Generally, these steals our mixture of iron end at least ten point, five percent chromium sometimes rounded to eleven percent by engineers. When exposed to oxygen and moisture a for instance, when a stainless steel pan is nick door dinged chromium is an element that produces thin oxide film, the coats the product. This self repairing feature of stainless steel ensures the object will always look smooth and shiny. Various European American metallurgists claim to have invented. This wonders material. A We do know that Croup ironworks in Germany created an acid resistant steel as early as nineteen eight, it was used for the hell of a yacht. To other German researchers discovered the relationship between chromium content and corrosion resistance that metal containing at least ten point five percent chromium had a greater resistance to corrosion. Meanwhile American. elwood Haynes patented one type of stainless steel precursor in nine eleven and English researcher. Harry brearley developed a similar material around the same time. After a four year dustup in which hanes successfully opposed brearley's attempt to patent his version of the steel, the to pooled resources to market their wares as the American stainless steel. Company. These and other stainless bells found their way into cutlery airplane parts, Gulf clubs, and Adams almost immediately. But not all stainless steel is created equal. There are four main types of stainless steel classified by structure and composition. The most common variety is static sixty, five percent of the stainless steel produced. All's in this category. A static steals can be found in products ranging from cutlery and cookware to automotive trim and industrial applications. Immaterial pains at least sixteen percent chromium no more than zero point one, five percent carbon and usually includes nickel or manganese for added their ability. Meanwhile. For riddick stainless steels contain up to twenty seven percent chromium often as well as aluminum or titanium, but if little or no nickel. means that while these materials are highly resistant to Croatian, they're less durable than their austin cousins. For riddick steals are more affordable than Austin attic varieties and are commonly used in Mufflers, exhaust, systems kitchen counters, and sinks. Then we have Martin's stainless steels which are less corrosion resistant than the first two types, but are noted for their extreme strength and durability. Of the material contains twelve fourteen percent chromium along with small amounts of Molybdenum and carbon. These steals also contain little to no nickel less than two percent. Martin's stainless steels are magnetic and are often used in products where this feature's useful like a kitchen back splash to which spice rack or other metal object can be attached without using fasteners. A finally duplex stainless steels combined the benefits of Austin night and fair right to provide enhanced decay resistance and beefed up strength and durability. metallurgists typically look to create a mix that's half Austin and half foretich. The result is material that features more chromium and less nickel than his found in Pure Austin at steals about twenty to twenty, five percent chromium and five percent nickel as well as a high level of Molybdenum. These deals are primarily used in chemical plants and piping applications. You may have noticed our use of the term resistant when referring to these stainless steels capacity for avoiding blemishes. So is the material just stain resistant or completely stain proof? And despite the hardy protection that it affords users, stainless steel is more stain less and stainless in other words while the material is highly resistant to discoloration blemishes and other imperfections, it's not completely impenetrable. Just look at the Gateway Arch, which is starting to show its age with breast and K after five decades of welcoming tourists to saint. Louis. The protective layer of film covering a stainless steel object can break down over time leading to corrosion and pitting. In addition compounds like chloride, hydrogen and hydrogen sulfide often caused the film to stress and crack. The level of rest resistance provided by a particular steel depends largely on the materials used to create it the more chromium, the more corrosion protection. The sturdier stainless steels also feature at least eight percent nickel, which provides further defense against tarnish. Some products are tagged with numbers indicating their proportions of chromium and nickel. For instance, eighteen over ten flatware is sold at a premium because it has eighteen percent chromium and ten percent nickel content providing greater protection against corrosion than ordinary flatware. For household users it's important to understand that many metals advertised a stainless steel are actually stainless steel played it. The plate is corrosion resistant, but is susceptible to damage if cut or scratched deep enough to reach the. Material because the plates can also wear off over time, buyers should clarify whether a particular product is made completely of stainless steel or simply plated. Whether played it or not. You're stainless steel appliances and other products need to be cleaned. Most of the time good old fashioned soap and water will do the trick for tougher stains. Professionals recommend variety of household remedies. A couple of dabs of olive oil or window cleaner can remove most of those pesky fingerprints and smudges while white or cider vinegar will restore shine. A don't use steel wool pads or harsh cleaning powders as they'll scratched surface. If you need to remove burnt on food from stainless steel pan, let it soak in warm water and then clean it with baking soda and Gentle Nylon or plant based scouring pad.

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Did ETFs Pass the 2020 Market Collapse Stress Test

Money For the Rest of Us

06:09 min | Last month

Did ETFs Pass the 2020 Market Collapse Stress Test

"There's a paper issued by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston titled The shift from Active to passive investing potential risks to financial stability. They right to the extent that passive investing is pushing up the prices of index constituents. Two types of potential repercussions for financial stability might arise. I in theory, rising prices can lead to more index investing and the resulting index bubble eventually could burst. But they point out that this might not be the entire market but could be just elements in the market some stocks getting pushed up. While others might have their prices fall because they're not necessarily included in the index. Investors were selling active mutual funds and going in to index funds to the overall market valuation wasn't necessarily going higher. The point out that some stocks will because they are part of that basket that an ETF holds might be more liquid whereas other names are going to be less liquid. So you have different things going on that makes it challenging to figure out whether there is or was an indexing bubble Needed is a stress test. We needed people rushing to get out of ATS and other assets and to see how they hold up. One of the concerns regarding ETF, there would be a flash crash which has occurred in the past where the price of an ETF has fallen dramatically more so than the price of its underlying holdings. And this can occur when there are trading halts in either the ETF or the underlying holdings. These trading halt or circuit breakers that are implemented if the price of security ETF falls below some threshold. And they're there to suppress volatility. Do allow traders time to catch their breaths or trading systems time to recalibrate to timeout. The stress has is very, very important because ETF's are so much bigger than they were. Six trillion dollars in assets in the ETF sector that's up seven fold from two, thousand seven. So. What happened during late February and March as market sold off dramatically. Well I there was no flash crash trading volume, definitely spite. I shares shared some data for the week of February twenty. Fourth Two thousand twenty volatility spikes so the vix, the C. B. O. E. volatility index, it reached forty nine. The highest since February twenty eighteen. and. The S&P five hundred had its largest weekly decline since the two thousand eight global financial crisis. Exchange traded products that week comprise thirty, eight percent of market trading. Whereas back in twenty nineteen, they accounted on average for twenty seven percent. So there was much more trading in ats. Exchange. For the products which include ATS. Traded a record one point, four, trillion dollars volume from February twenty, four, th through February twenty, eighth, two, hundred and seventy percent greater than its average daily trading volume from the prior month. And then that trading was fairly efficient. So the bid ask spreads what investors were buying ETF for or selling e Utah. That price difference was generally line with historical averages in addition, most of the trading volume was trading in the secondary market. Investors trading the ATS with each other, rather than trading facilitated by authorized participants who interact directly with ETF sponsored in creating and redeeming shares. The volume of secondary market trading in exchange traded products was fourteen to one relative to primary activity of this trading with authorized participants. What that means is that ETF in some ways acted as shock absorber when investors were trying to get out even if the underlying securities might have been less liquid by selling ETF's taking much of that trading volume that put less pressure on perhaps some of those less liquid securities. It seemed to function. If we look at what happened during the this market twenty, twenty turmoil compared to the flash crash of two thousand, ten volatility was actually much higher during the march twenty, twenty turmoil. The minimum and maximum levels during a given day for the various indices was higher during March twenty twenty then back in the flash crash twenty ten. And yet the markets seem to function generally speaking at least for equity ETF's. Even. Michael. Berry in March twenty twenty seemed to admit this. He told Bloomberg I have a significant bearish market bat that is working out for now. A global pandemic is absolutely potential trigger for the unwinding of the passive investing bubble. But despite volatility Berry said, he hadn't noticed any signs of dysfunction in the markets that was making it harder for him, the trade or exploit investment opportunities. Equity ETF seems to have passed that stress test it worked even though the volume of trading was so much higher. The number of ATS was so much higher. There were some challenges on the bond side. The vanguard total bond market ETF. B, n De on March Twelfth, it's closing price was six point two percent less than its net asset value per share. The price was less than the supposed value of the underlying holdings on a per share basis. During the prior thirteen years that have had a point one, seven percent premium of the closing price to envy now at six point, two percent discount. Rich powers WHO'S HEAD OF ETF product management at Vanguard said this wasn't unusual. Market prices for Egypt's can move more rapidly than the net asset value that is part of the price discovery process. He's saying that's normal.

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Did ETFs Pass the 2020 Market Collapse Stress Test?

Money For the Rest of Us

04:28 min | Last month

Did ETFs Pass the 2020 Market Collapse Stress Test?

"A paper issued by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston titled The shift from Active to passive investing potential risks to financial stability. They right to the extent that passive investing is pushing up the prices of index constituents. Two types of potential repercussions for financial stability might arise. I in theory, rising prices can lead to more index investing and the resulting index bubble eventually could burst. But they point out that this might not be the entire market but could be just elements in the market some stocks getting pushed up. While others might have their prices fall because they're not necessarily included in the index. Investors were selling active mutual funds and going in to index funds to the overall market valuation wasn't necessarily going higher. The point out that some stocks will because they are part of that basket that an ETF holds might be more liquid whereas other names are going to be less liquid. So you have different things going on that makes it challenging to figure out whether there is or was an indexing bubble Needed is a stress test. We needed people rushing to get out of ATS and other assets and to see how they hold up. One of the concerns regarding ETF, there would be a flash crash which has occurred in the past where the price of an ETF has fallen dramatically more so than the price of its underlying holdings. And this can occur when there are trading halts in either the ETF or the underlying holdings. These trading halt or circuit breakers that are implemented if the price of security ETF falls below some threshold. And they're there to suppress volatility. Do allow traders time to catch their breaths or trading systems time to recalibrate to timeout. The stress has is very, very important because ETF's are so much bigger than they were. Six trillion dollars in assets in the ETF sector that's up seven fold from two, thousand seven. So. What happened during late February and March as market sold off dramatically. Well I there was no flash crash trading volume, definitely spite. I shares shared some data for the week of February twenty. Fourth Two thousand twenty volatility spikes so the vix, the C. B. O. E. volatility index, it reached forty nine. The highest since February twenty eighteen. and. The S&P five hundred had its largest weekly decline since the two thousand eight global financial crisis. Exchange traded products that week comprise thirty, eight percent of market trading. Whereas back in twenty nineteen, they accounted on average for twenty seven percent. So there was much more trading in ats. Exchange. For the products which include ATS. Traded a record one point, four, trillion dollars volume from February twenty, four, th through February twenty, eighth, two, hundred and seventy percent greater than its average daily trading volume from the prior month. And then that trading was fairly efficient. So the bid ask spreads what investors were buying ETF for or selling e Utah. That price difference was generally line with historical averages in addition, most of the trading volume was trading in the secondary market. Investors trading the ATS with each other, rather than trading facilitated by authorized participants who interact directly with ETF sponsored in creating and redeeming shares. The volume of secondary market trading in exchange traded products was fourteen to one relative to primary activity of this trading with authorized participants. What that means is that ETF in some ways acted as shock absorber when investors were trying to get out even if the underlying securities might have been less liquid by selling ETF's taking much of that trading volume that put less pressure on perhaps some of those less liquid securities. It seemed to function. If we look at what happened during the this market twenty, twenty turmoil compared to the flash crash of two thousand, ten volatility was actually much higher during the march twenty, twenty turmoil.

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Jim Cramer & Rob Maurer Discuss TSLA Stock

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

04:16 min | Last month

Jim Cramer & Rob Maurer Discuss TSLA Stock

"Everybody around here today, we have a special guests on the program Jim Cramer. Needs no introduction Jim thanks for taking the time out of your busy schedule to join us today and talk a little bit about desolate. I think Tesla's the most important stock in the market because it's created a tremendous amount fascination which you know why like it's been hard to find people who understand Tesla like you like you do in other words when I say that mean people understand Tesla, the car tesla the Stock Tesla, the myth test, the reality, which is why it's so exciting to speak with you because frankly anything Tesla I regard as the most exciting thing that's happening in the market and I'm with the guy. I definitely agree. So I'd love to get your thoughts because I think you're you're thinking on Tesla has evolved quite a bit over the last couple of years I know a few years back to your more mixon. You've called it a cult stock gotten into some interaction with Ilan on twitter over the last I think probably eighteen to twelve months. You've you've definitely become a lot more bullish, which was great. Timing has the stock has reflected that as well. So I just love to hear sort of the evolution of thought process on tussle over the last couple of years. Great. Okay. When he came out I thought it was too hot. And I. I said people should sell it now I know that I had subsequent met. You must get a dinner party. And he belittled me he. Space said that if tried question, his analysis of the wall have giant solar field in Colorado we're all other energy's GonNa be provided from five years announcement five years I've seen it yet. He did pronounced me as a hologram basically. Didn't even exist. I thought it was one of the greatest put downs ever except I wish it weren't addressed. Thank. Eh former. Mathematicians Twenty, seven percent. But here's what's happened to me. I looked at his a stock. I didn't look at it. And I think that what happened is basically a a religious could it was a religious? Conversion. I went out to California my daughter had just driven. From Oregon she was living to Los Angeles. And she talked about charging talks about it was about the flatulence button instead you know data been driving. For twelve years. I never cared what a job. It's never been important. She had a beat up two, thousand, eight A. Ford fiesta she'd been driving she wasn't a corporate, but Tesla made her into Cooper's. So then I went out to sea venture mine one executive is so come bally's a company and another former CFO and they had all tesla's. and. My wife who is a complete corpus I mean a nut car person just loves it her favorite everything's ninety, four range over that. She has she said this is it a she drove it and she said this is it. Now we have not bought one yet because she's we're going. To be able to say listen Jim, you should buy because you live in some new. Jersey accuses go around car but when I was driving with the person who was retired was the CFO as you know what my daughter loves it, my wife loves it. It's so cool but they don't have the financials did naked so that I can recommend it to sixty. And he looked at me turn Amigos. GM naked race two billion dollars. Like. Religious, conversion. The conversion was right there because I knew rob. At, the balance sheet was not questioned. Admin. Panel table ever since we caught a lot of points I, continue to recommend it. I should have realized along the way that when Jay Leno told me Jim. Is the greatest car coming around one fifty. I should've just changed my mind but I hadn't been in the car rob other than. My friend, kwame picked me up to a little bit. And when you have a person who's never driven a car saying, this is like the greatest thing ever doesn't think of as a car and then you have the coordinate nut Lisa who says, this is the greatest thing ever and you have a CFO's very rigorous who said look they can raise the money I said, what am I doing? Why am I fighting the truth? Why am I fighting progress? So rob I surrendered and the best qualified made this year.

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Tamarack Cellars Firehouse Red 2017

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

04:57 min | Last month

Tamarack Cellars Firehouse Red 2017

"Stave from cheap wine, fighter dot. com. With another wind today. We've just put on the cheap wine finder dot com website. We have eleven, years reviews all basically affordable lives and this one is a red blend from. Columbia Valley. From tamarack cellars, they're they're basically a Bow Take style, single vineyard kind of. Kind of winery but this is their firehouse red blend. It's twenty seventeen. and. It's got to be collected group of grapes. There's a whole bunch. There's Grenache. Merlot and Soviet, Blonde Gannett remember all of them. There's others two percent of this whom wide was coon winder send your basic for though. I think carbonate Ron. There's just a ton of different grapes, percentages and some very. Precise blend which I have like. Some blends you know there, you can't tell one grape, the other you just tastes good but you don't really. Case, individual grapes this when you, I think you Kinda I. I quite honestly don't know taste like. A blending grape from the Rhone Valley. have before, but in a blend, so I couldn't tell you and there's all these different flavors coming in through there like each one even though there's two percent of this three percent of that in the main grape has thirty, three percent and twenty, seven percent. There is no, you know this isn't like seventy percent one in a bunch of other this is really a blend. And it's their individual flavors and there's You. Know there's some of this and there's some of that I'm gonNA take a SIP. And it's. Really a good taste. There's a lot of flavor going on. And it's not just a simple wine. It is Kinda smooth on the palate with their art art things and there are challenging flavors but mostly, it's really good tasting. Because there's sours they're spicy and. There's rounded fruit. This is a really good bland I. Mean I think it's about fifteen bucks I think I've found it on sale around fifteen. And It's very precise I mean you don't add two percent of this rape and two percent of that grape unless you really really wanted in there I asked. Winemaker one time while they put one percent. Everything you add changes something you know they put it in there because they want it and there. And the OAK program the used A. Forty Percent New Oak sixty percent second and third Phil. Mostly French and American with some hung Gary O'Connor. Burian and French are pretty much the same species Americans. Different each give off different flavors. In. Every time you use Vero, the barreled gives off a little less oak. So it's forty percent new oak, which you get the full flavor, and then you get a little bit less and they do that to get the wine because this is basically a drink wine you take it home Newton, drink it. You can put it away for five or six years if you have the means to do that, but you don't have to do that. And they get the flavor exactly right where they wanted to be when it's ready to be released, which is two thousand, seventeen model. So that's what that is. This is a very good. What's at? Tamarack cellars by our house. Red Blend. It kinda sounds rustic and a little bit is a has a little rough edges has some smoothest to it it's kind. Yeah. The the name actually tells you what's going on here and I like my red blends a little bit rustic. You know I liked I liked some some little rough edges to go with. The. Ripe Fruit and I got this year I'm kind of happy with US wine I'm it tastes good. It's such a strange. Now it's a strange for such diverse. the array of. That doesn't taste like your difficult red wine not. In this day and age red wine blends are really pretty good spells you affordable ones but this has a different taste to it. That's well-made. said it's got good acidity Tanzer sweep. Particular sip because it's good. Tim Rex sellers firehouse red blend twenty, seventeen, probably twenty, seven, twenty sixteen is good to. Really good red blend Fifteen bucks taste it it actually. Tastes more expensive fifteen dollar wines expect to be really good in this one. This one of someone told you. It was thirty bucks you go. Okay. You believe it. So. There you go. That's me. I just found a good read blend doesn't mean let's dot super expensive taste.

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Seattle-area home prices unscathed by coronavirus pandemic

Seattle Now

05:38 min | Last month

Seattle-area home prices unscathed by coronavirus pandemic

"The covid nineteen pandemic may have done a number on the Konami, but one area seems to be immune Seattle's. Is Still on fire, and all of this time inside has given homebuyers some time to think about what they need. Now Daryl fairweather knows something about that. She's the Chief Economist Redfin Hi Daryl. Hi? Be here. So Seattle's housing market was one of the hottest in the country before the pandemic give me the skinny on how it looks now. Seattle housing market is just as hot as it was before it's almost like that blip where we took a v-shaped dip is through it, and now the housing market is back. It's pretty astonishing. I know some potential first time home buyers had hoped. This was going to be there time. The economic disaster would help them actually get into the market that hasn't panned out at all why haven't prices gone down as the economy has taken a hit here. This pandemic recession is really nothing like the two thousand recession in the two, thousand, eight recession it started in the housing market with foreclosures, and after that, a lot of safeguards are putting in place where people with really excellent credit could get mortgages for homes or people who had the cash to buy homes outright, and since then home values have gone up especially in Seattle. So people have a lot of equity in. Their homes, which gives them a lot of cushion to keep paying their mortgage or refinance their mortgage at Super Low rates that we have right now. So there really isn't a lot of pressure on the housing market. If anything it's resilient. So a lot of people are working from home right now is well, maybe they need a little bit more space. How has that changed? What people are looking for in a House Yes that is another unique thing about this pandemic recession is is changing the relationship people have their homes before it used to be that the openly out was most desirable layout in a home. That's where you have this like really big area for entertaining where the kitchen flows. Until the living room people don't want that anymore. They don't want to hear the noise of their partner cooking while. They're trying to do work and living room are having their kids on their devices in the living room when they're trying to do work from there from the same space. So people want separate spaces for each family members. So they can each work from home or home school or whatever is that they're doing having just spent four months in the House with my family. I. That makes complete sense. We've just been together to learn. I think everyone's feeling that I wonder if part of this is a little bit of zoom and the because people can see into your house now. So the space that you're creating around you is also your professional environment in some cases. Yeah. I think that's true. It's not just the clothes that you wear to work anymore people are living and your background, and that gives them a sense of who you are as a person absolutely absolutely and You know buying and selling a home is an extremely emotional experience and we're at a pretty vulnerable state right now as humans I wonder how that showing up. Are you seeing that show up in the way people are buying and selling their homes? There's a lot of competition for home by right now, more than half of redfin offers are facing competition and I think that feeds into the behaviors we're seeing where people are really urgent to get home and we're also seeing war sight. Unseen offer is nearly half of homebuyers report having made an offer on a home before even setting foot on it. So people are kind of racing each other to see who can go through that three tour passes put an offer and fastest. So I think speed of the market is just accelerating. That sounds pretty reminiscent of the last frenzy we were having around home-buying, but I'm guessing this time around it might be because people aren't totally comfortable having a lot of people coming in and out of their houses right now. Yes both sellers and buyers are embracing technology. They don't want to have to go view the home in person times they'll just have one viewing or sometimes even zero viewings and they'll do a lot of their research online. So it's religious changing the way people are buying homes. I just cannot even imagine having an entirely electronic experience when you're dropping hundreds of thousands of dollars in one place that just seems a Little Bananas Daryl. That's. That doesn't that. That just seems crazy to me people are doing. What about people who can't afford to buy homes in Seattle right now what's happening to renters? So people who can't afford to buy in the city center there looking outside of the city they're looking at the suburbs or small towns even moving across the country because while homeownership is quite unaffordable on places like Seattle, you can get a lot more bang for your buck if you look in a more rural part of Washington or even in the center of the country and our A. Lot of people doing that because it seems like from the things that I'm hearing, you say location location location means different things right now because we are expecting different things from our environments. So then we track how many of our users are looking outside of their own metropolitan area, and that number had a record high last quarter of twenty seven percent. I've read from users looking outside the Metro. So that's been trying to the pandemic and it's probably going to continue especially as more employers. Say that they're going to let employees work for home or work remotely permanently.

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Pandemic hits Comcast 2Q; Peacock service has 10M sign-ups

Daily Tech Headlines

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Pandemic hits Comcast 2Q; Peacock service has 10M sign-ups

"In q earnings report comcast announced its peacock streaming service had ten million sign ups since it's limited, launch an April and nationwide launch in mid-july overall comcast net income for the quarter fell four point four, percent two point nine, billion dollars in revenue of twenty three point seven billion dollars revenue at his home Internet and cable segments was flat at fourteen point, four, billion dollars but NBC Universal Revenue was down twenty five percent to six point one, billion dollars asd revenue on cable networks fell twenty seven percent to six, hundred, seventy, nine, million dollars while theme park revenue declined ninety four percent to eighty seven million

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Airline Layoffs and Furloughs

Airplane Geeks Podcast

03:39 min | 2 months ago

Airline Layoffs and Furloughs

"We see in the Motley fool that southwest airlines they say has another ominous warning for airlines. And I. Guess Southwest Airlines has never had an involuntary layoff or a furlough, but Max. That might change this year. It's really quite a record that they have. That's really remarkable I. think what it really is a testimony to the tremendous amount of growth year on year that they've had for so many years in a row that they've been able to do that because that's that's got to be unique in the the industry but it does talk about how they originally had a fairly aggressive plan to get their schedule back to position whereby November December of this year they'd be at the same levels where they were a year ago. Well, that seems like that was probably a little overly mystic, and so they're finally recognizing that and. Notifying employees that you know layoff may be in the cards. Fact I believe. They had said that in order for them to avoid layoffs that traffic volume would have to triple from where it is currently and so the odds of that seems pretty unlikely. If you look at where traffic is I guess in the most recent period. They say that they were at about twenty seven percent of what they were a year ago. Now I. I just saw an article come out a day or so ago, which said that traffic has been steadily increasing since April up until this past week when it was down four percent so I i. think we're probably at best word. A new plateau at worst traffic is probably going back down again now. This article being from the Motley Fool. They have to talk about stocks the very end. They say ten stocks. We like better than South West, airlines. I'm thinking Probably the airlines are. Probably. Not In the top ten in sectors that you WANNA be investing in right now, but maybe I mean. Maybe they're depressed so low that they could bounce back, but I have breaking news. Yes, this is from NBC today this morning actually. Nearly seventeen thousand South West employees sign up for buyouts or voluntary leaves as furlough threat looms. They got more people buying out and retiring than they were expecting, so they're external looking to. Twenty percent of Southwest Airlines, were for signed up for partially paid extended leaves of absence were outright buyouts, according to Gary Kelly nearly four thousand. Put Your hands up for buyouts were close to twelve, thousand, five hundred expect in extended time off so. They're doing better than they were expecting for South West given given this this news coming out today. Yeah, and it's reported that seventeen thousand represents roughly twenty eight percent of the South West workforce. And there was another a bit of news from. Delta today. as we record this on Monday Delta. Says that two, thousand, two, hundred, thirty, five Delta pilots accepted an early departure package of of one sort or another. so. Yeah I. think that you know when when we see. The Airlines talking about possibilities here of of these layoffs they really are encouraging employees to accept the you know the package and there are wide wide variety of packages out there. Early retirement extended leave at reduced rates I mean there's all all manner of flavors of these things.

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Will virtual dates stick around after the pandemic?

Why'd You Push That Button?

04:43 min | 2 months ago

Will virtual dates stick around after the pandemic?

"Hello and welcome to wide you push that button a show where Caitlin tiffany. And Ashley Carmen that's me examine all the choices. Technology forces us to make. We are back sort of just for now just for today. Yeah, a little one off for all of you who have stuck with us for this Os year since we last released episode I have absolutely no sense of whether that's accurate because I no longer have any idea of the use of calendars. Yeah, so! Pandemic Kate. How how have you been doing? Let's give the listeners a little bit of a sense of our mental state. These days yeah I, think I'm getting into the swing of it. When a couple of months ago. When we started talking about doing this episode, it was chaos here in the tiffany home I had recently broken a mirror a window to wine glasses. It was basically like I was just kind of crunching around like a floor covered in glass being like I. Wonder if I'll ever see my friends or family. so that was a dark time. I, am but. Things are picking up in new. York a little bit were allowed to go to the beach crucial. Yeah, allowed to look at each other outside. If not touch each other, so things are on the on the up. Yeah, we've. We've seen each other. which is really great I think I've sort of settled into a routine of sorts I've done. Pandemic Bingo I've done polygon workouts. I've made various foods and baked I've done. Done a puzzle. I hate to admit out loud I learned tiktok dances in had jello shots. Right birthday that you made me. Yes, anyway, so we wanted to do this episode where you know of course. Why'd you push that button? We are always curious about how dating affected. What's changing dating these days? So we wanted to episode about how cove nineteen in the pandemic has forced us to make a ton of. Of decisions about how we live work, relax etc, and how he date. Everyone's been staying at home. As you all know, and so that means they have been able to Columbia date and virtual dating has become a thing and we want to know. Is this thing that's going to last forever, or is this a pandemic phenomenon at? We're going all forget ever happened. Repress. It maybe mentioned it to our therapist once and. And that's it. Yes, so virgil dating I guess the first half of virtual dating is a concept that was already part of normal dating interest, swiping on tinder or okay. Cupid or hinge, which I guess is more of a scroll type action, but you know whatever, and then the virtual component is that because we have been understood home orders, and because people have been encouraged not to hang out in close proximity with. With people who don't live with them, you just don't do the whole thing where you meet up in a bar. Who would you can't do You don't do the whole kissing thing. You don't do any of that. You just like facetime or zoom or SKYPE OR INSERT alternative secure video conferencing software here to see if you have a connection, which all of that I think makes sense. We're kind of interested in. In what happens after the first time you facetime with somebody, win, you know. How do you build momentum? Can you build momentum? Is it actually dating and will there be like remnants of virtual dating in post? Pandemic, Romance Yeah like how effective is virtual dating really? I think broadly geographic location has become increasingly less important like when you're doing remote work. It doesn't matter where you are I could be doing an forest. Forest or beach or in the city, and it really does not matter as long as I have an Internet connection, but you know dating these dating. APPs have kind of made. It seem like maybe geographic location doesn't matter for that either, so we WANNA know how effective it really is to date from afar, and so here's here's stats. We're just throw some numbers at everybody. Okay. Cupid said that sixty two percent increase. Increase in daters on okay, but going on virtual dates in April, compared to March and it started including covid nineteen questions in people's profiles, they could talk about how they feel about. The pandemic e harmony reported a twenty seven percent increase in messages in April match, said that daily swipes read an all time high during its last earnings report, which was mid pandemic, so obviously, all of these stats are a little bit. But they are from the peak of the pandemic, which is, we would expect most people to be using their APPs video calls the most so presumably while the pandemic kind of wanes and then comes back during the year. We'll see people stay on the APPs the probably changed how much they're using them depending on the state of lockdown in their state or country,

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Nature's Goods and Services Get Priced

60-Second Science

02:58 min | 3 months ago

Nature's Goods and Services Get Priced

"Gross Domestic Product the GDP is a simple way to describe the health of big complicated economies, and for the last century, the goal of many countries has been to make their GDP. Go Up, but concentrating only on GDP has had some downsides in growing the economy we have as an unintended consequence, destroyed parts of nature which are also important for our well-being Stephen Polaski an environmental economist at the University of Minnesota. He and his colleagues have created a new measurement, the gross ecosystem product or P. So that we actually have metrics that say. How are we doing on ecosystem management, managing nature, and not just for Nature Sake, but how is that coming back and influencing our own well-being? really G EP is trying to say what is the contribution of nature to the economy so in a parallel way to what GDP does in measuring economic performance tallying up the economic. Economic value of timber and fisheries is fairly straightforward, but other benefits of a healthy environment can be less obvious. Insects pollinate crops. Intact rivers improve water, quality and buffer downstream cities from floods, thriving ecosystems draw tourists who spend money and part of the issue here is that it is difficult to price some of these things you know. Some people even say while they're price less. What it means in practice, priceless means it has zero value in much of the calculations, zero value in the GDP, but not in the EP for example Pulaski and his colleagues calculated the figure for Qinghai a province in western China, they found that the gross ecosystem product exceeded GDP in the year two thousand and three quarters of GDP in twenty fifteen over that period GDP rose by one hundred and twenty seven percent thanks to major restoration efforts and the increasing value of water. The results are in the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The researchers focused on Ching Hai because it's one of several provinces where the Chinese government is experimenting with using GP as part of its formal decision making process for instance, GDP can help officials weigh the pros and cons of potential projects like dams, or it can be used to show whether local leaders are taking care of the environment and not just expanding the economy. GP could also serve as the basis for programs that pay residents to be good stewards of the natural resources that benefit themselves and others and Ching Hai such a program could work for water. The province is where the Yellow Yangtze and Mekong rivers originate, and their water sustained cities and farms across Asia. Polaski says their work is just a first step, and he expects EP to be refined over time, but he says we have to start somewhere. We are actually going to have a sustainable civilization than than we have to pay attention to kind of the infrastructure, basically the essential things that nature does for us and not continue to just take them for granted.

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UK's recession 'less bad' than thought, Bank of England

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

UK's recession 'less bad' than thought, Bank of England

"Thank you think Linda is to inject more money into the British economy in an attempt to contain the damage caused by the corona virus outbreak earlier in the year the U. K. central bank had warned of the deep recession in which the economy was expected to shrink by around twenty five percent in the second quarter ending the first half of the year twenty seven percent smaller than it was at the end of twenty nineteen but now the bank believes the recession will be less severe than it first thought the bank's deputy governor for monetary policy Ben Broadbent has announced that the first hop contraction would more likely be in the twenty percent range this one is signs of improving consumer backdrop and a pickup in the housing markets nevertheless the outcome seems inevitable the U. K. is careening towards one of its deepest recession zepa Karen Thomas London

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Warner Music Group prices IPO at $25 a share to raise $1.925 billion

Balance of Power

02:34 min | 4 months ago

Warner Music Group prices IPO at $25 a share to raise $1.925 billion

"That time now for our stock of the hour it is Warner Music Group which went public earlier today it's been held off for a day or so it's gone public and then the price is actually gone up since it started trading we are joined now by kill whites to take us through the Warner story yeah David started trading just over half an hour ago right now the stock up the better part of six percent trading around twenty eight sixty one a share that's after it priced at twenty five dollars this morning the midpoint of the marketing range raised about it one billion one point nine three billion excuse me in the listing which which I should point out I was actually up size seventy seven million shares up from just seventy million makes it one of the biggest offerings we've seen so far in twenty twenty and values the company at nearly thirteen billion dollars of course even as you alluded to this was delayed from yesterday to observe the music industry's blackout Tuesday to support the protest against police brutality in fact it was really delayed about three months because of the pandemic so the fact that the company now has come public we're seeing it being taken pretty well by the public markets sends a pretty positive signal about potentially renewed strength of the U. S. offerings after we saw those really put on pause for a while because of this pandemic David yeah exactly I wonder whether it says more about the history of the equity market which is really on its way back with that says more about the state of the music market is the music market sort of stay at home kind of business well it's a little bit of both isn't right we've seen obviously increased demand for risk on the part of investors and it's not just a big week for Warner music we're about to see six point four billion dollars in IPOs total this week some definitely revival of companies coming to the public markets but on your point about the music industry of course is really is a lot about streaming Warner music especially is very catered towards streaming about seventy percent of its revenue comes from digital sales Spotify apple for example account for about twenty seven percent of revenue be looking at the last fiscal year in fact that is everybody is home bound we can't go out to concerts etcetera to get entertainment lately is giving an added boost to Warner music here yeah let's be honest Kaylee I've downloaded more music club and stuck at home that you have to do so maybe it's Happy Days are here again for the music business which let's be honest has really gone up and down down initially string was not too good for it yeah absolutely there's been a lot of back and forth for certain and not only is this good for the music business I would point out to you that the man who really is making all the money from this IPO land blah blah Finnick excuse me I'm totally butchering that name you do a far better job job but he actually is getting eighty five percent of economic interest in this ninety nine percent of the voting right is basically all of the proceeds from this IPO are not going to Warner music they're going to

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Coronavirus: What You Need To Know

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

04:42 min | 4 months ago

Coronavirus: What You Need To Know

"As each state has now taken at least a step toward easing restrictions meant to contain the corona virus. We're getting a clearer. Picture of communities have been most affected. It's lower income communities and communities of color particularly in New York City where twenty seven percent of people in those neighborhoods tested positive for coronavirus. Antibodies compared to nineteen percent of the general citywide population. The spread is continuing in those communities. And that's where the new cases are coming. Andrew Cuomo said today. The gap is even wider in certain parts of the Bronx and Brooklyn where more than forty percent of. The people have the antibodies. That's where the cases coming from. That's where the new hospitalizations coming from. That's going into the hospital system. That's where you're going to see the highest number of deaths. He said the state would begin. A public health education campaign in housing projects and distribute masks and hand sanitizer getting the P. p. e. into the community getting the hand sanitizer into the community explaining social distancing. And why that's so important and explain how this virus spreads its public health education effort to those who live in public housing. This is overdue. The density makes social distancing difficult and leaves tenants vulnerable this week. Abc News is offering special coverage of the disproportionate impact of Corona virus on Black Hispanic and indigenous Americans in a series called a nation divided. Ju- Brown joins US FROM JOURNEY FOR JUSTICE ALLIANCE IN CHICAGO. Why is this virus hitting communities of color so hard you know Cova crisis just unveils? Horrible practice that we've experienced really for decades in this country which has been the sabotage of our basic quality of life institutions food production delivery systems health care education housing economic development So those things that many Americans take for granted. We often have to fight and scratch for so. This crisis really exposes our country's lack of willingness to address these issues. How does that play where you are in Chicago? Going to pandemic really a hit. We started seek death with around the country is Chicago today. Early thirty percent of the population we would seventy percent of the deaths and while this is happening Many of our hospitals were on the brink of closing such as Mercy Hospital. We've already lost. Michael Reese Hospital in virtually every other hospital in the black community has been starved to the point of really minimum capacity but at me when the pandemic hit many of our people who have pre existing conditions. We go to the hospital with sent back home right. I HAVE FAMILY FAMILY MEMBER. Who would sit back home from the Emergency Room? Three times and died. What's causing these gaps and disparities? Will you know This African proverb that says the truth. The simple complicated is a lot and I think at some point. We have to realize that America has never dealt with her ugly which is a baseless hatred for Black Brown indigenous families. It's to tional. Racism is the reason institutional. Racism is at play so people going to say that black people get Kobe because we are not listening right while ignoring a white families that are storming the state capital in Michigan or doing protest all over the country. And they're not social distancing we are getting covert because we don't have health we are getting covert because we're going to the high school in sending us home and so I think at the federal level and at the local level what we must have from people is the first thing humility understanding that you not better than at mother who's a high school graduate who works at Walmart that that mother is working just as hard as you to make the future for her baby. Do you think the clamor for reopening would be different if it weren't communities of color that are now the source of the most new cove infections. I definitely believe that's that's a major part of it at once. People realize that is Black Brown indigenous folks. That are getting sick. They're getting sick. The most sensitive importance has gone down a great deal. We had a very critical moment. Where we see America's response to life or death leads has not changed so institutionalized level loveless nece is alive and well and we but we have a moment an opportunity to change it t- to Brown of journey for Justice Alliance in

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Data Shows Coronavirus Infection Rate Is Higher – And Spread Continues – In Low Income Communities And Communities Of Color In New York  Cuomo Says

Rush Limbaugh

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

Data Shows Coronavirus Infection Rate Is Higher – And Spread Continues – In Low Income Communities And Communities Of Color In New York Cuomo Says

"New test results show where some of the news cases of coronavirus are coming from A. B. C.'s Erin can Turkey has more in lower income communities and communities of color in New York City twenty seven percent tested have for corona virus antibodies that compares to nineteen percent of the general city wide population the gap is even wider in certain parts of the Bronx and Brooklyn this spread is continuing in those communities and that's where the new cases are coming from governor Andrew Cuomo said the state would begin a public health education campaign in housing projects and distribute masks and hand

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Increased coronavirus testing reveals higher numbers in minority New York City neighborhoods: Cuomo

Garret Lewis

00:15 sec | 4 months ago

Increased coronavirus testing reveals higher numbers in minority New York City neighborhoods: Cuomo

"New York is now testing grocery and pharmacy workers for covert nineteen governor Cuomo also announcing findings that in New York City residents in low income communities test positive at a higher rate twenty seven percent compared to just under twenty percent of the general population

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UN: Global trade values shrink 3% in Q1 amid COVID-19

UN News

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

UN: Global trade values shrink 3% in Q1 amid COVID-19

"It's been confirmed that. The Corona Virus Pandemic has impacted heavily on global trade with UN economists confirming a three percent. Drop in the first quarter of this year and its latest report. Un Trade and development body UNCTAD warned that the downturn is expected to accelerate with global trade projected to record a quarter-on-quarter decline of twenty seven percent commodity prices which developing countries rely on fell by record twenty percent in March. This was driven by a steep drop in oil prices which plunged more than a third in March lower prices of minerals ores metals food and agricultural raw materials fell by less than four percent. By way of comparison joining the Global Financial Crisis of two thousand and eight the maximum month-on-month price drop for raw materials was a little less at eighteen point. Six percent

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AP-NORC poll: Pandemic especially tough on people of color

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 5 months ago

AP-NORC poll: Pandemic especially tough on people of color

"The corona virus outbreak is having a disproportionate effect on the health of people of color and now we'll poll finds the economic fallout is also hitting harder according to a recent survey from the Associated Press N. O. R. C. center for public affairs research sixty one percent of Hispanic Americans say they've experienced the loss of some household income that compares with forty six percent of Americans overall as for trouble meeting expenses thirty seven percent of Latinos and twenty seven percent of black Americans say they've been unable to pay at least one bill only seventeen percent of white Americans say the same one analyst at the economic policy institute says if U. S. policies don't address these racial disparities it's going to take much longer for these families to recover if they even recover I'm Jackie Quinn

Associated Press N. O. R. C. C Analyst Economic Policy Institute Jackie Quinn
AP-NORC poll: Pandemic especially tough on people of color

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

AP-NORC poll: Pandemic especially tough on people of color

"According to a recent survey from the Associated Press N. O. R. C. center for public affairs research sixty one percent of Hispanic Americans say they've experienced the loss of some household income that compares with forty six percent of Americans overall as for trouble meeting expenses thirty seven percent of Latinos and twenty seven percent of black Americans say they've been unable to pay at least one bill only seventeen percent of white Americans say the same one analyst at the economic policy institute says if U. S. policies don't address these racial disparities it's going to take much longer for these families to recover if they even recover I'm Jackie Quinn

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"twenty seven percent" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:48 min | 1 year 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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"twenty seven percent" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on KNSS

"James o'keefe he is 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 and 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 quote prevented xtram situation quote prevent it 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 the and and when we got a week we got of tickets that's what they're doing I think the question is project you don't really get the ammunition to to the people I don't know what Congress is gonna do trump says 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 there are times 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 the 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 right 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 is going to 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 want to 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 Sean 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 exposes truth Odjick veritas the CEO and founder James okay thanks for putting your 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 had 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 pillow and it has changed my.

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

You Are Not So Smart

01:41 min | 1 year 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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"twenty seven percent" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"The number one hit music station. One five hard. How often do you li-? Well, I think that we're all lying when with the survey was taken out or was taken because twenty seven percent of us say we never lost. Everyone. Everyone lies twenty seven percent of the people. Lied and said, Nope, not me never do it. Nope. I think the biggest liar on the show. Of course, intern hugs. He has done a lot bigger, but l is close to after that. I mean talk about winning and something and really striving for greatness. Great fire. Hey, I mean, you don't even have to worry about somebody nipping at your heels, you're so far ahead with your lying. Recently. I think you've done better now. Oh, really? We just not getting caused later. Later blatant anymore. He's got the blink thing done right now just knows how we're going to react. So then he's able to skirt around it. We don't know that he's lying anyway, twenty-seven percent of us say that we never lie and eighteen percent of us say that they tell one lie a year at most. We all tell little white lies all the time. Every single day. And the reason I think you tell a lie because you care about somebody else's feeling. You don't wanna hurt? No, you're exactly right. Like, for example. I probably lie. I tell the most is Jason's talked me about land is baseball. My this is interesting. Jason H O..

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"twenty seven percent" Discussed on Acquired

Acquired

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on Acquired

"More customers, which gives you more leverage with content providers, which isn't really a huge factor in their business yet, but there's some element of buying. They're already buying DVD's in mass. So they sort of need to be able to do that to serve more customers, and you can buy deeper in the tail when you have more customers they eventually do deals with. Movie studios as they get bigger to buy DVD's at a discount. Yep. So that gets you more and better content, which then makes you able to inherently that improves the product offering which then lets you go get more customers. And so I mean, it really it's it's a flywheel business that they're they're raising cash to pour onto it. So competitive stuff aside, they should have just gone out and raised as much as they possibly could have to be able to fuel that that flywheel faster they sold twenty seven percent of the business like good move. I mean, it's not like they could have raised anymore. And it doesn't feel like the stock price could have been any higher given the macroeconomic climate. They were in. So the way I look at this. They raised the most money they could which was the good idea. Even if they didn't need it for competitive reasons, which they did it was a good idea, timing wise and an amount wise. So, you know, it's not an ape plus for me because those are reserved for exceptional circumstances. But this is a solid. Yeah. I think one thing I wanted to add onto the flywheel aspect. We thought about this a lot at Rover actually, which is a subscription business, but has some of the same dynamics with a business like this subscription business. Once you grow to a certain point as you're going. You're spending a ton of money on customer acquisition, bringing new people in and as we talked about in the early stages of the market so much the market has yet to come. There comes a point where you flip from all of that money that you're spending on customer acquisition. You're not making that back in terms of revenue you're getting from your subscribers you're spending more than the money, you're getting back. But at a certain point in the market in the adoption phase that flips where you are. Now, you're still spending as fast as you can. But your subscribers space is so big they're generating so much cash that you now like your economics tip over into the positive once that happens you can super quickly go from like. Cash burning business as we saw to like an incredibly immensely profitable immensely. Big moat because for anybody else to come compete with you they'd have to spend the same amount that you spent a long way to get there. Now blockbuster could credibly do that Amazon could credibly do that, but nobody else could. And once Netflix did that that's when as far as the DVD business concerned was concerned. That's when they tipped until like, we are awesome business, very stable cashflows. It's the same thing with cable companies. This is how they work or worked. So. Yeah, I think it was like they absolutely needed that capital to do that. I think debate a or a minus certainly a range because they needed to they executed. It was great. They did what they had to do. Just the market conditions were so bad that like selling that much of the company like know. So not ideal. But I don't think they really had any other choice. So I don't know area minus. Alright carve outs carve outs. Okay. So mine go quickly. I can't believe it's taken me this long to read and then recommend n que Jemison SCI fi trilogy the broken earth trilogy. These books are amazing amazing. If you haven't read them yet, if you're a SCI fi fan, even if you're not aside fan so three books in the trilogy each one of them..

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"twenty seven percent" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"At gray, triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three it is Pat gray unleashed. Let's see. Let's go to Charles in Florida, Charles, you're on the blaze. Hey, how you doing today doing good? Well, no. Those talking to you to keep before I was saying, just got back from South Africa a couple of weeks ago and it's one of the things. There are a lot of things happening there that you talked about all the time. That kind of just pushed down that road of of his very liberal agenda like renaming streets, turn down statues, all that stuff that is starting to happen here sometimes, but it's just so much further down the line. You know, what were you doing? Are you there? Were you there on business or just for vacation? My wife was actually born there, so this is my second time. My last my last time was eighteen years ago. So I've seen the progression and that amount of time as well. But we, we were visiting family. So. And so are the whites. I mean, they're already been some really serious things happening. Some murders. Does it seem like they're in danger right now. I mean, people live in a very security own. So like if you're middle class pretty much everyone in the middle class neighborhood, there's a wall off razor wire on the top neighborhood with perimeter alarm and armed security. So people especially around Johannesburg. So there's definitely fear. There's huge security industry there because of this, the the wealth inequality is definitely there's some of this in the twenty seven percent unemployment rate. So you definitely have the hasn't had not star contrast with that twenty seven percent unemployment rate? Yeah, those are the numbers that just came out. So. Wow, yeah. So it's just it's very. It's the ultimate of of like this anti-colonial attitude kinda worldwide now, but it's just very start there because their recent history, you know, playing outsider and then the demographics and all the different things come into play. You know. That's frightening. So go ahead go. No, it was just gonna say. Just blows my mind every time I go there because it's just a first world country that's just falling apart because you know, was going to the first World Infrastructure and most places, but then you have the shantytowns that that don't have that right. I was telling about one that's being built right up to the golf course. I'm private land, but they can't kick him off because it's just the way the legal process works and the favoritism shown to to people who are squatting. So it's it's a, it's when I think when land ownership crumbles like that, it, it definitely starts tear apart your society in your your freedom, you know? Yep. For the call. Thanks Charles. We were there actually six or seven years ago. It was during our Israel trip. So when did that happen? Two thousand eleven. Yep. Then we went to South Africa as part of that trip, and it is a, we were in. Capetown and it is a beautiful place. I mean, it's it's awesome. Of course we were in the nice part of town staying with the guy who was, I think, a billionaire at his home on the beach. And that was pretty awesome. That one's pretty pretty amazing. But then you drive just a few miles away and you see, like Charles said the shantytowns and you see the abject poverty and it's heart wrenching. So. I don't. I don't. I don't know how you pull out of that and if you're if you have all of this hatred to deal with as well as societal problems that are going on the economic problems that are going on, that makes a pretty tough triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three. What did you try to send me here? Yeah, I see that it's got a pop up on years there, but there's a article that someone posted for us the just from the Australian newspaper, and it goes through all of these horrible stories. And if you just read the camp, South Africa from South Africa, and if you literally just scroll through them, which you're welcome to do here if you want to take it through my screen. But basically it's just hor riffing tales that people have endured torture and death in losing loved ones. So a lot of horrific horrific things are already happened..

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"twenty seven percent" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Wrote a column for the undefeated i'm just gonna i'm just gonna read this because i think it's interesting so now we know for certain the nfl is really full of the nfl sold out its players in this new thoughtless national anthem policy which had arrogantly believed would not just end the player's protesting during the national anthem but also finally move the league into a delightfully neutral nonpolitical safespace those thing the league should've left well enough alone since the very players who were protesting by the end of last season since very few players were protesting at the end of last season according to a mckinsey and company survey thirty six percent of generation x fans identify as being committed to watching the nfl only twenty seven percent of millennials do the nfl not only doesn't care that it's league is starting to have an old man yelling at the clouds kind of it also doesn't seem to care that it is aiding many of its black and brown fans the majority of african american latinos millennia fans did not support disciplining players for not standing during the anthem white older fans did i think the nfl is tone deaf here you know that in terms of advertising fifty i mean this is i don't mean to say this about about older americans but right nobody cares about you once you're fifty you say to my dad care about eighteen to forty nine my dad would listen to the show your mom's here today your mom stop by to say she's flying nine right now almost out of the demo your mom has never looked better i think magic elixir is moved to palm desert yeah but but i i knew joke with your parents about this to my dad would complain about something you and i did i go it's okay dad you're not in the demo the demo and in the demo is twenty five to fifty four generally men twenty five to fifty four generally are the target that that audience are trying to reach end the nfl you're right is skewing older but i'll tell you what.

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"twenty seven percent" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

"Save purposely never discuss race oh racially ambiguous is yeah but my grant right yeah very ten and everyone we always thought like my dad was to like i don't know if anyone actually thought my dad was half black until i got my dna resulted in fuck i know but it so much more streaked crud growing up if you would've known this i did kind of in high school like everyone would joke around about it and they're like well she acts but dance like your black on this test wasn't there twenty seven percent unknown also twenty seven percent my dna is unaccounted for so is that normal yeah because it has to do with your paternal line which i don't carry because i'm a female and i'm gonna make my dad take it yeah i have my raw data completed into other websites raw data to give it out rod this is just like the horoscope people yes it is there's this a bunch of fat monster lady sitting at a table type it in whatever they want to sit back to you based off what they can find on your facebook profile yeah this is just some fucking put that slide in his mouth george george george jordan simone to wear i found out the other day i thought visits dad was black really he told me a story and he the way he set it up i i was very confused and i didn't know you were mixed i had a character that i worked on the nineties called black dentist.

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"twenty seven percent" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

The Tom Leykis Show

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

"Mean i would still have the have the resources to be able to to have him as much as you know as as possible and be able to take care of him you realize that child support will be twenty seven percent of your gross income well well i know you're not a you know an attorney but i mean if you have if you have a more than half custody do you still have to pay child support how do you know what you're gonna get well that is a risk that i have to take by having a child with anyone at any time really you can adopt you do not you do not have to have a relationship with a woman and then give her a blank check for everything you have well that is true but i mean i don't know i just felt like at the time that you know if if if we could make it work that way and that would be better and i mean you know i don't really i mean i i was under the impression that you know with the income that i have i mean i don't think that there would even though it does favor the woman i i mean would it i just didn't think that that would mean that i'm not going to have at least fifty percent custody i mean you know and if i do then i wouldn't really get hit so hard with that kind of thing and when she says that she wants to make decisions about where the kids got to go to school or what religion the kid has got to be you know who's going to win those arguments well i mean you know that that that's a possibility but the likelihood i dunno i mean i it is i don't know i don't know i don't know i don't think i don't think that's necessarily the case but again you never know what the person's gonna be like after you guys split up.

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"twenty seven percent" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"Yeah portland dave done well in terms of preventing shots at the rim and and making those shots difficult a key part of defense and it's not like they have a ton of really dominant ito shop blocking help guys especially in their starting five and i like amenable lot but he's not just the same type of teams used to play two bigs or somebody like serge ibaka or something like that and offensively more efficient around the basket this year taking a lower proportion of his shots there but may you know making sixty five percent is a nice little step for him and it's so weird when you think about this the structure of this team that nourish plays a large portion of his minutes with their other you know what their dynamic scoring guards but still has a usage uses percentage about twenty seven percent and you know it's not twenty seven percent usage for use of did the basketball reference form of usage i think is it's lower on on the espn form on espn he is at twenty five to that still insanely i think he could deal with getting rid of just a few of those flip shops a too few of those long tuesday if he just cut out to those per game think he'd be a better player would be more efficient overall it's something that just has not been good enough despite as you mentioned he's been a little bit better on the rim of though is never going to be great there because he just doesn't have the explosion elects to go to these flip shops instead of really powering up a lot of time because he's he's worried he's gonna get it blocked so he wants to get it off before the defense can arrive and those are inherently going to be a little bit less efficient but the defense has been most encouraging also i think the way we saw him really hurt switches in that houston game for example that's very encouraging for his development it's just all gonna be.

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"twenty seven percent" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"After removing fifteen publishers with at least with the lease traffic from facebook the trend becomes even more clear of the thirty five news sources the twelve most liberal sites averaged a boost of point two one percent so they're basically not affected the eleven sites in the middle which ranged from left center to least bias saw significant significant increase in facebook traffic of twelve point eight percent and the twelve most conservative sites lost an average of twenty seven percent of their traffic wow and believe me that hurts that hurts business and sadly we've all become so reliant on facebook that what are you gonna do when you do about it again it's private business they can do what they want and they do and why are over there at facebook dot com slash pat gray unleashed be sure to thumb up him if you do that do that plus you can go to the blaze dot com and click on my channel and check out a lot of the clips we just kind of condense things for you we don't but samantha doesn't she doesn't awesome job awesome job of doing it so you can like if you missed the segment or whatever you can go there and click on that and check it out good video sharum triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninetythree shun in alaska you're on the blaze yeah i just want to say you know how does this one point so much trillion dollars affect me spending money it doesn't it doesn't help me one bit i live off grid by after on a generator for lecture.

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"twenty seven percent" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Wrong track i'll only twenty seven percent for the second consecutive year two thousand seventeen same is two thousand sixteen 27 percent think we're headed in the right direction their satisfied with the way things are going why so low meanwhile a of aid in interruption and this has to do with these salvation army i think a coral in houston carl here on the michael medved show hey thanks for calling in or thank you michael i i would think it about uh how the stock market is giving it out thought before it goes down i better go ahead and donate to the foundation army so uh that's the reason i called a lawyer that's absolutely wonderful i don't i don't know if the salvation army is set up to do this but i'm pretty sure they are i think you can a a sign some of your appreciated stock to the salvation army as a donation yeah i guess that's right it bob of alpha well which is which is great and again it's one of the ways that uh our government for all its faults a does make it possible for people uh to to give money i appreciate a you're going to come out here to uh seattle to join us by won't be it will prove it i wanted to tell you how much on impressed by your system of ethic and i'm wondering uh you're you're not wanting to mention the uh but congresswoman who are used to throw thing after a people and you wanna keep that confidential is that a biblical injunction or is that your own personal code of that too well it's it's phones because uh a basically the the what i'll tell you what jewish lawyers on this jewish law is you are supposed to non speak ill of other other people and don'ts not speaking judge a judge mentally about other people except where there's a business relationship that's a prospect or a romantic relationship in other words if you have a good friend who's thing in marrying somebody and you know that that person has eight dead loser and would be a bad bet then you are commanded to let that be known and see that means that for political candidates people are running for office there they are.

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"twenty seven percent" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"We up with we're containing the bitcoin watch now a twenty seven percent of the wall has been scanned you know i i realize this still no case might be uh the equivalent of geraldo goes out caponi yes the al capone valdir i had ibn more savvy more mediasavvy a bit of pay played a big deal play this up a threat put pointed a camera at the progress bar why could that i could do we can watch the progress bar uh because look on would that it could be i could be a hundred thousand air or i can i could be nothing nothing new buff and nothing mccotter at all it all depends on the uh the the you know the bitcoin god's indeed indeed yeah so so it just to recap and i guess we'll bay i'm hoping it'll be done by the show i think it will be i have downloaded the bitcoin blac chain which is the transactions all the transactions in a of course when you do that with it and i'm using that basic bitcoin cart course software kits the bus fennell when you do that uh e e creates his own empty wallet and i've replace the empty wallet with a wallet that i had backed up from the your 2013 you don't need anything but that crypto key that's what stored in the laws a small file because the crypto key identifies you what it's doing now is scanning through the register the block chain of all transactions all bitcoin transactions to find those the belong to me and at the end it will come up gene i don't think it'll actually make that sound when to be cool of a did it would be cool with it amount of bitcoin which could be i think zero do i would i believe as my all of mine which is seven point aim then the next step is to see if we can claim it but will save that for another other day so let's talk because people are spending their hardearned actual dollars jewel real money on on gifts and one of the things people are really interested in these days is sound bars the easiest way to give your home feeder.

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"twenty seven percent" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"A used car twenty seven percent of the cars looked at on car max lots had safety defects that were subjects of recalls but hadn't been fixed on wall street the dow is up 32 points you're listening to abc news that would be a allah and wbalcom on air 979 fm hd 2 wbal newsradio 1090 wbal news now with bill vanko he used the wegive address to try to give them the slip but city police say they still managed to track down and arrested an 18yearold aram from up version was found with two guns that held enormous killing power police say hummy bullpen elden bailed out of by car police were following than ran to a nearby home and changed into the dressing wig to try to conceal all his identity the trick didn't work police said they found a twenty two caliber rifle with a machinegun style magazine attached and the machine pistol in the car that bull had been writing in now he's facing gun charges and charges of trying to deceive police but a police spokesman says he will likely be back on the street within hours because all the charges against him early misdemeanors there are making some changes that the homecoming celebration at annapolis high school after student bear showed up with a gun wbal's spill yacuboski is following that story ville we'll build a gun scare at the annapolis high school is forcing a scheduled for asia tonight tonight's homecoming football game we game we play the four instead of six pepperell his homecoming dan's will continue a schedule also increase police presence today a monitor students as they arrive and addressing the concerns they may have a loaded handgun was found on board a school bus wednesday police it a tenth greater had a twenty two caliber handgun in a bag the 16yearold from annapolis was charged this is the second time this month the loaded gun has been found emerald county school on september eighth a loaded gun was found that broad neck high school and ninthgrader was charged with juvenile and released to his family for yacuboski wbal newsradio 1090 on apple is high school isn't the only blaze that's going to see him in greece insecurity in the days ahead we'll tell you where else you will see more police officers coming up next on wbal.

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"twenty seven percent" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM

Talk 1300 FM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM

"Oh yeah i i never quite finish the serra pelada because the new york times again published last week that it was sarah palin fault that there was that dodger laughter shot those people because of sarah palin something sarah palin on a website and the new york times continues to peddle this fake news this fraudulent stuff and the news media excited today because there is a new what is this gallup it's a new gallup survey out uh and confidence in newspapers is now at twenty seven percent american confidence in newspapers a great deal or quite a lot of confidence and newspapers is now up to twenty seven percent more than one in four people have some confidence and newspapers now hey muzzle tough congratulations to newspapers slightly more than one in four have some cut now they'll go on and misrepresent that statistic it was twenty percent which seems high doesn't it seems hi some people like their local papers so it's uh it's kind of a different thing yet at the war was cnn and cnn again i mentioned earlier there keeping their their producer that was caught on the oath kif video saying that the russians stories are largely b s too polite it up for everyone but that jeff zuqar like hooker came down and told everyone we're going back to the russia's stuff now again and sarah huckabee sanders said it yesterday at the briefing that they just keep going back to this russia thing and we're better part of a year into it and there's no evidence there's nothing that inco evidence of any collusion and they just keeps on that same log pound in that.

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"twenty seven percent" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Oh yeah i diner equipped finish though so sarah palin should be goes near times again published last week that it was sarah palin fault that there was that dodger laughter shut those people because of sarah palin something sarah palin on a website and the new york times continues to peddle this fake news this fraudulent stuff and the news media's excited today because there is a new what is this gallup it's a new gallup survey out and confidence in newspapers is now at twenty seven percent american confidence in newspapers great deal or quite a lot of confidence and newspapers is now up to twenty seven percent more than one in four people have some confidence and newspapers now hey muzzle tough congratulations to newspapers slightly more than one in four have some cut now they'll go on and misrepresent that statistic it was twenty percent which seems high doesn't same time some people like their local papers so it's uh it's kind of a different thing yet at the war was cnn and cnn again i mentioned earlier they're keeping their their producer that was caught on the oak kif video saying that irrational stories are largely b s too polite it up for everyone but that jeff zuqar like hooker came down and told everyone we're going back to the russia's stuff now again and sarah huckabee sanders said it yesterday at the briefing that they just keep going back to this russia thing and we're better part of a year into it and there's no evidence there's nothing that inco evidence of any collusion and they just keeps on that same log pounded that same.

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"twenty seven percent" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven percent" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Most from twenty percent confidence to twenty seven percent confidence it's newspapers so if people are dying out fake news why is confidence going up for newspapers and circulation is going up and influences going up i mean it's it's clearly they have to have been doing something right and that is kind of an indication that they're gonna probably keep doing it so where is confidence gone down really it's one substantially down only on the presidency when down from thirty six percent to thirty two percent now he has confidence gone down for the presidency among republicans now it's all among democrats and and that reflect of course the change of a president named obama for president name trump has gone down from thirty six percent to thirty two percent and by the way at the very bottom of the barrel it's congress congress twelve percent people say they have confidence in congress that means that congress is the only institution that is doing worse than news on the internet that people have left less confidence it is that deserved one eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six let's go.

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