28 Burst results for "Two Thousand Percent"
The State Of GameStopped Stock
"The state of play on game. Stop the biggest of the big. Red it hype. Stocks slid more than thirty percent in. Monday's trade is a further fall to come game. Stop has had a wild ride recently. After exuberant retail traders sparked a short squeeze in the stock. That meant that the professional traders who had against the mall retailer were forced to buy it to limit their losses pushing the price even higher. At this point you've been watching this guy's got a one thirty eight dead so down thirty percent yesterday to to to to twenty five and now down from two twenty five forgot it at one forty i gotta i gotta one thirty eight bed right now. So thirty percent yesterday. Thirty seven percent today. I don't know what to say about that other than we said all along when when the shorts get covered. What's it worth. What's it worth when the shorts get covered. It did anyone. Ask that question Well we did. Obviously but yeah. I don't know what the the company is. I don't know what the company is actually worth. And i love the i love when people say you know maybe the guys got some some great plans who knows. Maybe maybe they do. Maybe there's some online business model that works for brick and mortar right. I mean that's that that that i guess you could. You could somehow justify you know a two thousand percent run up. But i know what do you think is this. Just go back up to five hundred at this point or is the fever. Broken at this point look i. I wouldn't proclaim to know what's going to happen with different investors who try to get in and run with this. We knew from the beginning that you may double a stock and that looks outrageous enough but when you're trading at twenty times what you were a couple of weeks ago there's something besides fundamentals that are at play there so it'd be almost impossible to say because it hasn't been a fundamental Move that's been driving this for quite a while. Hollywood's weird isn't it. There's a couple of movie versions in the works already. they have. I hear it when they make a movie. They made three different endings. They have no idea. Well what the ending of this is going to be on on the ben. Mezrak is doing one of the social network before this one's the antisocial network eilly anti-secession well i'd like to. I'd like to have some idea what the ending is going to be before i sign on. Maybe it doesn't matter
Trump says COVID-19 under control as deaths rise
"There's no end in sight to the health crisis caused by the pandemic cases of not stopped rising nor have the number of deaths cases round the rise in thirty two states right now, trump made a point of showing the nation that he remains engaged in the pandemic fight sending out these photos of himself with the corona virus task force including Doctors Foul Chee and burks meeting in the oval. Office. The only two seen wearing masks over their face their he did brief our country today as usual emphasizing how well he thinks his administration is doing. We're putting out embers putting out flames. We've also dramatically accelerated the availability of plasma therapies, steroid treatments, antivirals, and the therapies to treat the illness. Since March Twelfth, we've increased daily testing by thirty, two, thousand percent. We do more testing than anybody in the world.
Salem, Boston Launching Fireworks Crackdown After 2,000% Increase In Complaints
"Sail on the thirties are on the lookout for illegal fireworks ahead of the fourth of July WBZ TV's Brianna path officials in Salem are cracking down on illegal fireworks after seeing an uptick in recent weeks the city is launching a new campaign aimed at educating residents about the dangers of fireworks and the fines they could face for using them police are now adding patrols looking for illegal fireworks the mayor says it's a big problem that needs to be addressed we've seen a huge uptick in fireworks activity we had five fireworks complaints last year from may first to June fifteenth that same time period this year we've seen a hundred sixteen complaints so it's over two thousand percent increase all residents can go to the city website to report illegal fireworks there is also a math book reports filed by other
Boston police confiscate illegal fireworks
"Boston police took more illegal fireworks off the street Friday night this following a two thousand percent increase and fireworks complaints last night in Dorchester around the fireworks went off that day Dr daisy a street around at nine thirty PM
No events due to COVID? Tell that to Eventbrite
"So we're all living in a pandemic and we're not going to concerts and plays and things like that right now but we are having events somehow. Julia hearts is the CO founder of event. Bright and she has seen a big jump in events And Julia is going to tell us about it today. High Julia. Hey thanks for having me. Tell us about what's going on. I think that this global pandemic is something that none of us have seen in our lifetimes. We have seen these types of passive crises in history. And you know when we look back to Say The nineteen eighteen flu pandemic and we think about what came after that the roaring twenties You know I think that is a clear signal of human resilience and the human desire to connect so really what we're seeing. Today is this ferocious appetite of consumers wanting to connect with each other in any way shape or form since they can't safely gather They're flocking to online events and event. Bright is a platform that powers event creators of all shapes and sizes. We give small businesses and entrepreneurs the tools that they need to run their businesses and connect to others through life experiences. So what we've seen in the last month alone in April has been just a reflection of how that creators use our platform to connect with their communities at two thousand percent growth in online events on the platform in April alone. But for I. Eight million tickets have been transacted both free and paid tickets to tens of thousands of events that are being put on by both people who are new to event bright but also a big part of our community of these small businesses and professional van. Creators are heading their normal format of offline experiences to online events. Let's take a minute and back up and tell everybody how it works. It's a service an online service that you use to sell or or sell tickets or just to know how many people are coming to your events. So if you're having a book signing as an author And you WanNa you WanNa know that fifty people are coming you send out an event bright invitation so you know. Hey I got fifty people coming. I can order fifty bucks at least right That's that's the Basic Jeff for how it works wrecked that's right. It's an easy to use self service platform. You can sign up if you're hosting any kind of event and what we focus on is offering tools for a vet creators venue owners promoters to To be able to promote therapist so they can create a proprietary event listing. That is really the front door to their event. And then they're able to promote their event and market their event and reach a wider audience as well as analyzed. The results of their event make better decisions for the future. What we're focused on is driving efficiency so our number one job is to save event creators time and money because that is very precious and also expanding their reach to a wider audience. So we have a both a web destination as well as an APP That consumers can go to to discover great things to do. So if you're looking for something to do in the online event world you can go to bright dot com and you can also follow different creators so you can see when they're posting new events and you won't miss out now. I've use it for free and I think a lot of people use it for free. So how does how do we make money? That's a great question. Will evaporate has always been based on the philosophy of building great scale and getting as many people as possible to use the platform so over a million creators last year. Used right to host over four point five million events that transacted over three hundred million tickets and you can use event bright for free we see that as a great benefit that is twofold one is it gives people an opportunity to get to know the platform and be able to use it for their pay events and to it expands the reach of our marketplace. Oh consumers who are using it to buy that ticket to or not. Buy The ticket but rather register for that book signing will come back to discover new things to do and there is a you know important. Flywheel of growth. That happens from that. Our revenue model is based on pay tickets. And I think that's something that we really got right in the early days. The reason why. I think that we got that right as because it aligns our incentives with those of of the creators so we succeed when a creator sells a paid get and therefore it's in our best interest to keep building our strong product that offers the flexibility but also the reach for creators to be generating more ticket sales. And I think in the post code world when we think about rebuilding the live experience economy. That's going to mean more than ever. And that's why I think about bright ultimately going to prevail as the market leader. How would how would you describe your rates? How much does it cost to to celebrate ticket? So it's two point five percent plus ninety nine cents in most markets for pay tickets if berries. Because we're a global company so we've sold tickets at one hundred eighty countries consistently every year But by and large what we aim to do is create a very transparent affordable her ticket fee that can either be absorbed by the event. Creator. Or it can be passed on to the
"Catch and return": U.S. asylum seekers will have to wait in Mexico
"Secretary Hairston Nielsen announcing that effective immediately. Certain asylum seekers who arrive in the US illegally from Mexico. We'll have to wait in Mexico during the course of their hearings her testimony earlier today before the house committee today, I am announcing historic measures to bring the situation under control effective immediately. The United States will begin the process of invoking section to thirty five b to see the immigration and nationality act once implemented individuals arriving in or entering the United States from Mexico illegally or without proper documentation may be returned to Mexico for the duration of their immigration proceedings. They will not be able to disappear into the United States. They will have to wait for a provable to come into the United States. If they are granted asylum by US judge. They will be welcomed into America. If they are not they will be removed to their home countries. Let me be clear we will undertake these steps consistent with our domestic and international legal obligations, including our humanitarian commitments. We have notified the Mexican government of our intended actions in response. Mexico has informed us that they will commit to implement essential measures on their side of the border. Give a civil Tate this process, by providing humanitarian assistance, they have announced that affected migrants will receive humanitarian visas to stay on Mexican soil. They will be given the ability to apply for work and be given other protections while they oh, wait a US legal determination in the coming days. We will discuss it. Mexico ways to ensure the limitation of our decision in a way that is transparent effective and ensures safe and orderly flow. Moreover as was announced by the United States and Mexico in December eighteen both countries are also committed to work on a comprehensive plan to reduce irregular migration across the region. This is something I have personally spent years pursuing behind the scenes, I had dozens of meetings with leaders from the northern triangle, convened, private sector executives and put forth proposals to address the root causes of illegal migration. We look forward to working with our Mexican partners to jointly address smuggling trafficking illegal cross border activity throughout Central America. Once and for all I cannot overstate the significance of these developments. We are taking lawful unilateral action to stop illegal entry now Mexico is taking its own appropriate actions in response, and our two countries have committed to a major regional plan to solve this crisis. Well, the department of homeland security is claiming that they've seen a two thousand percent increase in migrants. Calling it a credible. Fear of these. Trying to come into this country the first step to asylum and that asylum claims last year rising by nearly seventy percent compared to twenty sixteen. Meanwhile, the lawyers for the family and that seven year old Guatemalan girl who died in the custody of the customs and border protection. Office are calling for a thorough and independent review under the child's death echoing demands from a number of members of congress secretary Neil Neilson, speaking about her tragic death at today's hearing. But today, I want to focus on one of our core missions in particular, our duty to secure our borders and enforce our immigration laws. This is one of the highest priorities of the president the administration and my department. Indeed, it is among the most fundamental responsibility of any sovereign nation. We face a crisis at our border, a real serious and sustained crisis. We have tens of thousands of illegal aliens arriving at our doorstep every month, we have drugs criminals and violence spilling into our country every week, and we have smugglers, and traffickers who profit for human misery every single day by exploiting people who are seeking a better life saving them about our laws and feeling everything from sexual slavery for the smuggling of illicit goods this chain of human misery is no more evident than with the tragic death of seven year old Jacolin Kalmykian. Her death has deeply affected the border patrol agents involved in her case and the entire department. My heart goes out to her family and loved ones and our entire department mourns this tragedy, and then there was this often emotional exchange between Illinois democratic congressman Luis Gutierrez and the homeland secure. Secretary Kirsten Nielsen. But it is repugnant to me an astonishing to me that during Christmas. Call them the holiday seasons to be inclusive, but during Christmas because majority always wants to just call it Christmas during Christmas time in which we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. A Jesus Christ who has a plea or his life. With Mary and Joseph. Thank god. There wasn't a wall that stopped him from seeking refuge in Egypt. Thank god. That wall wasn't there. And thank God. There wasn't administration like this or he would have to have perished on the twenty eight and the day of innocence. When Herod ordered the murder of every child under two years of age. Maybe I haven't gone a lots of Bye-bye school. But I know that part thank God. Shame on everybody that separates children and allows them to stay at the other side of the border fearing death thing hunger free sickness shame on us for wearing our badge of Christianity during Christmas and allow the secretary to come here and lie. Thank you. Gentlemen, has expired secretary would we'd cared respond to any other than to say that calling me a liar fighting words, not a liar. We've never had a policy for family separation. I'm happy to walk the gentlemen, through it again policy of family separation with me that any family that I encountered in the interior. I would separate it would mean that any family that I found it eventually I would separate it would mean that every single family that I found illegally crossing. We would separate. We did. None of those what we did do is cold the laws that congress has passed and we prosecuted those who choose to come here illegally as far as not being compassionate. Let me just tell you what I have done. And of course, he can't be bothered to stay. So I'm happy to tell the rest of the committee. What we have done is. We have worked extensively with the northern triangle countries to find ways to help vulnerable populations as soon in their journey as possible. The current system puts them at the cans of those who prey on them and who abused them. So we've worked extensively to increase. Silence. Capacity to help them as soon as possible we've worked on child exploitation, including very unfortunate new crimes which are lied distance. Abused for somebody goes online at direction abuser. And how'd you use a child as they watch that is a crime that D H S investigates and prosecutes we have worked against traffickers. We have the first anti-smuggling anti-trafficking strategy, this January we do investigations, we help survivors. I take personal offense on behalf of the two hundred and forty thousand men and women of the department of homeland security. Thank you, sir. That was the department secretary testifying before the House Judiciary committee, by the way, the seven year old girl who died in Texas hospital. She died on December the eighth two days after being taken in by border patrol custody at a remote area along the New Mexico border. Her father claimed that they were denied the basics including water while in custody, the border patrol office
Talking about the pretty and pricey new iPad Pro (The 3:59, Ep. 484)
"Today's three fifty nine is sponsored by player. Unknowns. Battleground mobile of g mobile is an on the go battle royale at its greatest with eyepopping graphics, super smooth gameplay variety of exciting play modes. Download the official mobile version of pub G four free go to your Android or app store and type g mobile and collect a special reward using the promo code H O ell's EPZ x nine C code also listed in the episode description play now. Welcome to the three fifty nine. I'm Ben FOX ribbon. I'm Alfred and I'm Scott Stein. Scott just published his review of the new ipad. Pro it's got a new pencil a new design a new face ide-. But it's also got a new price tag. Yes. Does sting is expensive? It goes up to eighteen ninety nine that's for all the specs and all the trimmings starts at seven ninety nine for the eleven inch. I looked at the twelve point nine inch version and have been living with for a little less than a week. Do you like it is it a so I think what I'm especially interested in is. Is it a computer replacement is it gonna replace affairs here? Yeah. What is it? What is it? Up replace. No, I don't think it's a very good laptop replacement because if you're looking for track pad support or mouse support it doesn't have that still, and it doesn't have the sort of web experience at the browser experience that you might expect that's on a Chromebook even that that allows for deeper web tools, but if you don't care about that if you have already been using an ipad or no tonight that pros bring to the table last year similar idea in the software hardware super blazing fast. And I think the design of it is really nicely refined. But that's kind of an apple trend of this year. Larger screens more refined higher price. Yeah. Good grief. The other thing. That's like the most aptly thing about this is that they came out with a new pencil that doesn't work with the old ipad. Yeah. Only works with this one. Yeah. So you have to buy new pencil, and it's one hundred thirty dollars hundred thirty dollars, which is ally. Now, the thing is if you've never gotten one of these before, and you get this now, the pencil charges and works, much, more seamlessly. It's great to have that. It's kind of like air pods. Nice instant available for you. Much better than that stabbing out the back, but to have to buy a whole new end, and I'd have any adapter for the old one is crazy. Okay. But okay, we're kind of focusing on some of the less, enjoyable parts of this. Did you like using it was it funded, you know, kind of draw with with the pencil where there are a lot of nice improvements. When when you're using it for what an ipad is for like all those are graphics everyday like a web razzing even writing I really like it. And I've traveled with an ipad a lot too is. I think to take notes with or just us on the train and for the amount of apps it has and for all that stuff. But what I don't like is when you have to start editing rave to start doing anything that gets more mission critical, which is the idea of pro that part. You can't take it with you. I don't think and file an entire story without a lot of headaches. So that part I don't like, but I did like the speed of it. I like the design refinement, there's more screen and less is. I wish you didn't cost more. Yeah. Yeah. No kidding. So we've also got. Even more election scams. We've got Alfred here to talk about them this one targeting vote for one one dot org. Tells you vote for one dot org is a voter information website, you can find out where to register to vote. What candidates you in your district stand for and what's on the ballot? Generally, John Oliver had promoted on a show last week tonight on October twenty eighth and I got a two thousand percent spike in traffic after that little promo and it two days after he promoted scammers set up a website called vote for one one dot com. Which is a common mistake that people would make most people are going dot com websites and this website, basically ran a online technical support scam. Which is if you ever go on a website. And it tells you like, hey, you've been infected with a virus? Please call this number to get it removed. And then you know, they essentially put a virus on your computer. If you do call that number, and then you acid you. They ask you to pay them to get rid of it was very common scheme. But now, they're using you know, curiosity around the mid term. Elections to basically use it as a watering hole type of attack where they know a lot of people are going to be looking for these election updates and things like that. And they're using that to their advantage. With a fake website. Do do we know if there are now more or less midterm related hacks or scams going on nowadays than maybe four years ago? I mean, it's unclear because anytime somebody gets hacked, it's not like there's somebody going out there say, hey, we did this or anything like that. But we do know that there have been. They're more vigilant about it. And there are a lot of examples about this so Microsoft in August talked about how they had gone rid of these websites that were basically doing the same thing. But it might have been for a lot more malicious purposes because so while the fake vote for on dot com website was more for financial gains the Russian websites that Microsoft had taken out more specifically like politically motivated. Great. If you want to read more about these stories, check us out on seen it. I'm Ben FOX urban. I'm offering I'm Scott Stein. Thanks for listening.
"two thousand percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Companies small crew we did you know eighty percent of our work we're just going to people's backyards and stuck on the block wall that we have here and making it match the house we did a few room additions a year and a couple of custom homes and it was a cash cow we took all that money did some buying and selling of houses like everybody else but we also did a small development and bryan had utah condos so i never really thought about it that way until you pose a question for me i was never in construction i think it's an interesting way of looking at things right i think most business owners are a lot of people in general get so bogged down in just what it is that they can't do they're doing it's the six inches in front of their face as opposed to the grander scope of what their business actually is and it's you know the evolution of not only the person but of a business potentially when you look at some big companies like an example being like uber there in the transportation business rather in the moving of people so irrespective of they're not bound to just a business model that they currently have or you look at the evolution of a company like amazon from where they started to where they are now the company's greatly changed because i think the visionaries you're the ceos of those companies were able to see down the road as opposed okay and we're just in this business you weren't just in the construction business you able to see past that will the construction begats the real estate that's actually the business that we're in all makes sense i just read an article funny enough about jeff visas and how he became the richest man and was had a great job and had this idea because he read a stat that usage on the internet was growing like two thousand percent and he's never seen anything in his investment life that had that kind of growth and he said you know what i'm gonna do an online book business they went to his boss and his boss at that's a great idea for someone who doesn't have a really good job now one hundred and forty billion i i think he's he definitely won that argument yeah so with the transition to to real estate easier times back then when you speak two thousand four in real how's the transition for you moving into that space it was an easy transition because i was doing it with people that i knew so well looking back it was the absolute worst time it wasn't the bottom the bottom would have been even better than when i got into it i got into it at the absolute peak so there was still this false sense of hope where hey i'm gonna make it but we just wrote it straight down into the trenches the that's a really injuries i get into the wealth management business in in two thousand and eight so the bottom so nobody has wealth exactly right and so i've credited a lot of my success to that was if i could make it through that component of it everything else is essentially going to be easy and a lot of the pretenders were stripped away which said yeah you guys saw on y'all yeah absolutely you you saw so many of those people you know they hairdresser the the idea groceries whatever it was even more so well established productive commercial agents with the accreditations that take a decade to get left the business left the market any idea and i'm sorry to put you on the spot here metrics wise how many agents were there pre and post that's a that's a tough question i have no idea i don't think anybody tracks that you just sort of have a sense it's a very small community the commercial real estate industry in las vegas there are many maybe a couple hundred four hundred at the most that are fulltime product types specialists that i could point to and say that's the you know the.
"two thousand percent" Discussed on KQED Radio
"You're listening to all things considered from npr news in a not so distant distortion future people are pitted against their neighbors one night a year and on that night all crime including murder is legal that is the premise of an incredibly successful horror movie franchise the fourth installment of the purge series open today and npr's neda ulaby wondered what about these stories of society runamuck keeps audiences coming back here's what she found out the purge films have on average made almost two thousand percent at the worldwide box office the newest one explains how the purge came to be is the purge device is a psychological one if you want to save our country we must release all our anger in one night the idea is that if people blow off steam crime rates go down it's a cool idea that's grady hendrix he's an expert on horror literature and film and you know movies don't have a lot of cool ideas so when you find one you may as well make as many sequels as you can hendrix says the perch films working the tradition of those urban menace movies so big in the nineteen seventy s death wish taxi driver some their rollout coming wash ours come off the street this idea that our cities are just these like horrible death traps in the second you let your guard down you'll get murdered by weirdos moment when gentrification has changed the conversation about crime on city streets the power of the purge also derives from an older horror trope the idea of blood sacrifice played out in the hunger games books and movies and hendrix says the classic shirley jackson short story the lottery where i societies to be healthy you just have to kill people sometimes the politics of the purge haven't been exactly subtle in one the heroin is a crusading senator who calls out the national rifle association the money generated for the perch lines the pockets of the nra and insurance companies the end justifies the means james to monaco all the perch movies in a promotional interview with movie clips coming soon about the first one back in two thousand thirteen he said he purposefully made the backstory shadowy kind of say that america was starting to crumble crime poverty stock market crash many wars everything kind of went haywire new government regime came in and got us back on track by creating the purge the skies in the series tend to be wealthy elites who enjoy private manhunts deem certain people expendable like the homeless or political opponents we going to use this year's to do some spring cleaning gentlemen survival is the most important thing wider grady hendrix says that basic message resonates when so many people struggle just to make ends meet and i think one of the things that's interesting the purge movies is at a time when the idea of a safe space is so ridiculed i mean really to talk about safe spaces you're almost using a word that's come up a jar however the purge movies do traffic in the horror of saying there are no safe spaces have changed your houses and say your stories and save your.
"two thousand percent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"You're listening to all things considered from npr news in a not so distant distortion future people are pitted against their neighbors one night a year and on that night all crime including murder is legal that is the premise of an incredibly successful horror movie franchise the fourth installment of the purge series open today and npr's neda ulaby wondered what about these stories of society runamuck keeps audiences coming back here's what she found out the purge films have on average made almost two thousand percent at the worldwide box office the newest one explains how the purge came to be is the per device is a psychological one if you want to save our country we must release all our anger in one night the idea is that if people blow off steam crime rates go down it's a cool idea that's grady hendrix he's an expert on horror literature film and you know movies don't have a lot of cool ideas so when you find one you may as well make as many sequels as you can hendrix says the perch films work in the tradition of those urban menace luby's so big in the nineteen seventy s death wish taxi driver some their role round coming wash them off the streets this idea that our cities are just these like horrible death traps in the second you let your guard down you'll get murdered by weirdos moment when has changed the conversation about crime on city streets the power the purge also derives from an older horror trope the idea of blood sacrifice played out in the hunger games books and movies and hendrix says the classic shirley jackson short story the lottery where i societies to be healthy you just have to kill people sometimes the politics of the purge haven't been exactly subtle in one the heroin is a crusading senator who calls out the national rifle association the money generated the and insurance company the end justifies the means james to monaco row all the perch movies in a promotional interview with movie clips coming soon about the first one back in two thousand thirteen he said he purposefully made the backstory shadowy kind of say that america was starting to crumble crime poverty stock market crash many wars everything kinda went haywire new government regime came in and got us back on track by creating the purge the data skies in the series tend to be wealthy elites who enjoy private manhunts and deemed certain people expendable like the homeless or political opponents we going to use this year's purge did do some spring cleaning gentleman survival is the most important writer grady hendrix says that basic message resonates when so many people struggle just to make ends meet and i think one of the things that's interesting with the purge movies is at a time when the idea of a safe space is so ridiculed i mean really to talk about safe spaces you're almost using a word this pejorative however the purge movies do traffic in the horror of saying there are no safe spaces that changed your houses and say your stores and save your family isn't safe there is no where you can go.
"two thousand percent" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"And the problem that i experienced recently was that with the reassessment of flood zones my insurance flood insurance jump two thousand percent and as one of your callers said you got two and fifty thousand cap on that so i've i've had just self insure but i think here's the scenario that i see in the future we're going to experience places like norfolk and miami going to experience significant storm events that are going to destroy lots of waterfront property and the people simply will not be able to come back to those areas and you're gonna see even more in an increasing loss of tax revenue in population is offered 'cause already shrinking population they're talking about closing twenty five percent of schools here had what i want to jump right in there because this is a point that i know rachel klaas can address from this report rachel go ahead and respond to edward this idea of shrinking tax base as people move away and the effect on communities with anthony speaking to is one of the biggest challenges which is the equity challenges that get exposed as sea levels rise along our coasts what'll happen if we don't take national action if we don't have policies and resources in place is that many ordinary folks are gonna find a too expensive or impossible to live alone coastline and the coastline might get gentrified so we constantly people to be dealing with this challenge on their own and at the same time the investments we make have to be done with the long term view in mind so the physical challenges real there will be places where unfortunately we are going to have to find ways to pull back of from the highest risk areas but how we do that and with equity built in is going to really be the true test of our nation's ability to deal with this problem i want to bring another voice into this conversation to help us understand what some coastal cities are doing to mitigate flood damage joining me from brooklyn new york is susanna drake she's the founder of de land studio in urban design and architecture firm that lies in helping cities mitigate climate change related challenges and susanna drake welcomed on point it's great to have you i anthony thanks for having me so i'd look to know you've been listening along here as an urban design a specialist and architect that deals with challenges created by climate change how do you see this challenge how do you talk about it well you know it's interesting because you know technically there are ways that you can raise buildings it gets more challenging when you think about how you're going to manage raising infrastructure and when you actually start to consider some of the the geography and the geology of some of these areas you know we're working in in miami we're working in new orleans and we're working in new york city and they all have very specific kind of geographic conditions which can be managed in different ways right so for give us an example i mean if you contract with a particular city i mean talk about a particular city how do you mitigate the effects of climate change what kind of what kind of projects are underway to deal with us okay well for instance in in new orleans what we did was actually put in more permeable ground and green infrastructure strategies that help to absorb a lot of the surface water runoff off you know we're we're dealing with a very high water table and that has elevated over the years and and a lack of infrastructure and some of the underserved neighborhoods and so we're trying to sort of establish a baseline conditions so the that people can actually get around and so.
"two thousand percent" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Kept exactly a lot of fed policymakers just as last year at this time the talk was about the transitory factors depressing the minute said there's a significant camp at the fed that says the recent runup inflation pressures it's also transitory they cited financial services and a couple of other categories and they said really the underlying trend has not changed there's another interesting story on the bloomberg which goes to show why you have to read it thoroughly every day is that what you said goes to show canada it's about a sock jen societe generale quant study suggesting that they're looking at a shadow fed funds rate without giving you any details the argument is that there's just seventy five basis points left to go for this cycle a fed rate hiking right wow that's not very much more that does not support three or four rate heights toll two thousand eighteen two or three in two thousand nineteen that suggests that the that the way you were you were you were negative rate back in two thousand fourteen if you look at where the fed funds rate has to end you don't have that much more to go which i think also speaks to the sense of take your two thousand percent profit right now and then you are a few fleas and then you can take us all the dinner and we'll give you more advice no no no we can't you can't even take us to dinner but we'd have fun then you wanted to this is why thanks a lot of people are maybe cautiously bearish on bonds right now because they're really not sure how far this is going to go.
"two thousand percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Well then we saw that echoed in yesterday's fed minutes that you'd kept exactly there you know a lot of fed policymakers just as last year at this time the talk was about the transitory factors depressing the minutes said there's a significant camp at the fed that says the recent runup in inflation pressures is also transitory they cited financial services and a couple of other categories and they said really the trend has not changed there's another interesting story on the bloomberg which goes to show why you have to read it thoroughly every day goes to show we didn't thinking canada i don't know anyway it's about a a suction societe general quant study suggesting that they're looking at a shadow fed funds rate without giving you any details the argument is that there's just seventy five basis points left to go for this cycle of fed rate hiking right wow so that's not very much more that does not support three or four rate heights toll in two thousand eighteen two or three and twenty nine thousand nine that suggests that the that the you were you were you were negative rate back in two thousand fourteen and if you look at where the funds rate has to end you don't have that much more to go which i think also speaks to the sense of take your two thousand percent profit right now and then wherever you are a few fleas and then you can take us all to dinner and we'll give you more advice no no no we can't you can't even take us to dinner but we'd have fun then you to do this is why thanks a lot of people are maybe cautiously bearish on bonds right now because they're really not sure how far this is going to go.
More California cities, counties resist state's efforts to oppose Trump's immigration crackdown
"The pentagon is saying the us seeing an increase in russian link online activity discrediting a recent attack in syria by the us and other allies correspondent barbara starr reports the department of homeland security notice the uptick in russian activity is now saying that there's been about a two thousand percent increase in russian account activity accounts linked to russia discrediting the us and the allies over the attacks in syria that this has emerged in the hours before and since those attacks happen the day after abc aired an interview with james comey president trump is again attacking the fbi director he fired as being among those at the bureau who have in his words committed many crimes democratic house intelligence committee member eric swallow says the president and his associates must account for their own actions as we learn more and more about what the president did i think that's all the more reason that the house investigation never should have been shut down and that it was so irresponsible to do it so early as we have more information coming forward every day we should be open to receiving that information and pursue it rather than just saying there's nothing to see here san diego county would be adding to the growing opposition listed california's sanctuary state law correspondent jim rupe reports the san diego county board of supervisors will consider the today orange county with its three million residents was the first county to join twelve cities in opposing esp fifty four the california values act now san diego county with its three million is likely to jump in with not just a resolution opposing sp fifty four but joining the federal lawsuit challenging the state law that federal lawsuit not only challenges the sanctuary state law to others are being challenged in the suit which are the law giving the state oversight jurisdiction of immigration detention facilities and the law limiting workplace immigration audits i'm jim roope right now it is fifty nine degrees in albuquerque our next news update is at eleven am i'm pat alan on ninety four point five fm and am seven and seventy news the stucco on my home was cracking it looked bad stig here i knew it had to get fixed but wasn't excited about spending the big money for a complete re stucco project then i learned about certapro painters they patched the places that needed it and repainted with.
Chemical weapons inspectors awaiting permission to visit suspected Syria attack site
"The british government says russia and syria are not allowing independent inspectors access to the area where the suspected chemical weapons attack happened in syria and barbara starr reports from the pentagon there's a huge uptick in russian propaganda online there's been about a two thousand percent increase in russian accounts actively this crediting the us and the allies over the attacks in syria that this has emerged in the hours before and since those attacks happen russia is saying serious military destroyed seventy one out of one hundred three cruise missiles detected in the country's airspace during the airstrike a figure the us denies hundreds of teachers in colorado at the capitol today for a quote day of action asking legislators for more school funding rain and.
2000% increase in Russian trolls after airstrikes in Syria
"The news watch never stops by grasshopper i'm sam litzinger the russian disinformation campaigns underway over the us led airstrikes in syria the spokeswoman says there's been a two thousand percent increase in russian trolls in the past twenty four hours the us britain and france say they launched the strike to punish syrian president assad for suspected chemical attack against civilians in the town of duma outside damascus america's gone to nikki haley we cannot stand by and let russia trash every international norm that we stand for and a while the use of chemical weapons to go unanswered the un security council rejected a russian demand that the allied attack be condemned cbs news correspondent jonathan bigly avi has more international reaction russia which backs the assad regime confirmed there were no immediate reports of casualties but in special you insecure council meeting the russian federation slammed the timing of the operation which was launched just before independent investigators studied the site of last week's alleged chemical attack didn't you started the organizers of the gresh didn't even wait for the establishment of facts by an international organization which is authorized to do that iran's supreme leader ayatollah ali khamenei another ally of the syrian government went so far as to call president trump and his allies criminal at least three people have been killed in the central us is it deals with the storm system that's brought dangerous winds rain hail even snow cbs news correspondent david begg knows in the arkansas town of mountain bird utility crews are working to get mountain berg arkansas back online after this small town of nearly seven hundred people was devastated by tornado on friday this arkansas couple raced against the tornado and loss thankful for their seatbelts they were unhurt vehicle slipped into a ditch in northeast louisiana a two year old child was killed overnight when a tree crashed into the rv she was sleeping in four adults and a toddler also inside got out ok in many state capitals this weekend.
Missile strike against Syrian chemical weapon facilities
"The united states of america will not allow the assad regime to continue to use chemical weapons that's us ambassador nikki haley at an emergency session on syria at the un in new york city the latest from abc news the us ambassador to the united nations defending the us led airstrikes in response to a reported chemical attack by syrian president bashar alassad regime on civilians in that country are prepared to sustain this pressure if the syrian regime is foolish enough detest are well nikki haley telling the un security council that the time for talk has ended secretary general antonio gutierrez telling session today that a chemical weapons watchdog group is now in syria that that'll petitions plan to visit the site is completed and if they are ready to go i am confident they will have full excess without any restrictions are impediments to perform their activities the pentagon says are russian disinformation campaign about the air strikes is underway a two thousand percent increase and russian trolls in the last twenty four hours spokeswoman dana white says moscow mistakenly claimed seventy coalition missiles were shot down daria albinger abc news right now it is seventy four degrees here in atlanta it's going to be in the low eighties today and then rain in the forecast for sunday atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast.
"two thousand percent" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"After you spent i'm just doing lawn work so i so really when i woke up last night i said i can't monitor watch any of the games because i need to come into work but the hell frozen over story is really the fact that the headline that california's considering lowering taxes on pot and the fact is you and i were talking about the other day and i think came to the consensus i'll never lower the taxes on now they haven't done it yet yeah but the fact is that there's some of the legislators there are considering lowering the taxes and if you missed the story the other day it's because only california could screw up selling pot so that's an and the reason they did announce though they're going to raise the taxes on cheetos two thousand percent yeah that's they're gonna raise on something and and and why and and the only reason we're bringing this up is because for years you know people would call this show and say they need to legalize pot and then tax it a lot and eric you're the one they're saying no no no legalized pot but don't tax it a lot i mean if you just if you're going to legalize it do it and and then just be done tax it like any other product but the fact is only california could legalize pot and still not beat the black market the probably helped the black market thinking about it so now they're saying that the here it is restored alarm that california's fledgling legal marijuana industry is being undercut by the black market.
"two thousand percent" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"I think stocks the biggest upset in a long time nc double a number thirteen seed not just beating number four seed but really destroying them it was the final score eighty nine to sixty eight wow so but that's not why hell froze over that that and i know probably because it was funny i didn't watch any i i did watch some of the games yesterday was funny because lebanon o'clock i woke up turn on the tv started you know watching the you know the basketball got myself a cup of coffee next thing i look outside and went time to start the lawn work five o'clock when i came back in the house i really hadn't watched any basketball i'm telling you you you know you're getting old you know you're getting old when you get all these aches and pains after you spent i'm just doing lawn work so i so really when i woke up last time i said i can't watch any of the games because i need to come into work but the hell frozen over story is really the fact that the headline that california's considering lowering taxes on pot and the factors you and i were talking about the other day and i think came to the consensus l never lower the taxes on now they haven't done it yet yeah but the fact is that there are some of the legislators there are considering lowering the taxes and if you missed the story the other day it's because only california could screw up selling pot so that's the reason they did announce though they're going to raise the taxes on cheetos two thousand percent yeah that's they're going to raise it on something and and why and the only reason we're bringing this up is because for years you know people would call this show and say they need to legalize pot and then tax it a lot and eric you are the one they're saying no legalized pot but don't tax it a lot i mean if you just if you're going to legalize it do it and then just be done tax that like any other product but the fact is only california could legalize pot and still not beat the black market probably helped the black market think about it so now they're saying that the here it is restored alarm that california's fledgling legal marijuana industry is being undercut by the.
"two thousand percent" Discussed on KQED Radio
"They're actually raising minimum compensation and training standards i mean they've done a lot and they've had improve results that are pretty definitive it suggests perhaps the need to consider these kinds of things including maybe raising wages while i've talked to various people after doing these stories in one of the one of the staffing issues that has been addressed specifically with sfo following these stories is they need the requirement have two flight um our airtraffic controllers in the tower at one time no i'm sorry but i just have to add this because we were talking about air traffic controllers with l a x i saw statistic that just blew my mind air traffic controllers overtime has gone up two thousand percent just in the last decade and it's very striking a dramatic i've spoken to air airtraffic controllers who say they are very understaffed um the person for that first incident in october one laboratory what in july one uh the plane nearly landed on the crowded taxiway there was two people onduty although only one was in the tower at the time and that one person was at the time of this aborted landing that nearly ended in a very big tragedy at the time that happened um he was in talks with someone a different facility at the times the of one person kind of um you know or keeping this all under control and they're saying now since then the order her two people to be in the tower during those nighttime hours and so you have and talked to a lot of people were they say the staffing issues this it's there's currently legislation federal legislation where they're talking about privatising air traffic control um but in general you know when we're talking about the safety we're talking about pilots mainly and we're talking about airtraffic controllers and the one thing i keep hearing over and over is how air traffic controllers feel like they are very much squeezed and they could use more hands on deck well we can use from callers and hear what you are listeners had to say let's begin with an airline pilot by the name of gary who shares from cocker this morning gearing welcome it high uh hoop narrow i'm for twenty secure in.
"two thousand percent" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"Vending the system while relying on the system at the same time as anyone that tells me they made two thousand percent in bitcoin's means they still think in us dollars but they don't see bitcoin as a currency they see it as an investment as a way to get more dollars while they proclaim that dollars are not a value it's it's an amusing and thing go hill ferguson missouri thing that else that we need to know about bitcoin before i have you sort of put a bow honored i mean i wanna know if you can encapsulate kind of what you think your opinion as someone who plays the game running out will lead to know i was afraid we'd get the displaying 'cause i've only covered about half and so what i'll do is i'll i'll wrap up but i'll make us a longer second segment of this that people can find on my show after your show comes out tool go back and linked to it in the description bucks you've got less fill ferguson show so if you're bored all your frequent mind to stop here i'll i'll wrap up buckle and i know that includes sat because i not at all not at all i i am of your i'm honestly i'm fascinated by this stuff uh but other things we have problems we have what's called a fifty one percent problem because in a way bitcoin is democracy so if somebody or some farms or pools can contain more than fifty one percent of the processing power they can can start controlling the manipulating the transaction so there's that i've got more information on that uh theft the first place we had was mount docks had seventy percent of the exchange in two thousand thirteen they lost at the time foreign and fifty million dollars where the bitcoin's and he went out of business.
"two thousand percent" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"You get to keep track of bitcoin while i think it's kind of the year abid cry and there's a lot of uh a lot of interest i something about two thousand percent gain tends to get people's attention and i think all of us that we've been talking about it for a long time i feel like on this program because he tended focus it a lot of technology stories but i feel like all of us done it's just a wave everybody jumped on board yeah well you know it started out with a as the the project of people who were sort of antigovernment bank and they you know they had their own a payments system in a lot of those people are still you know big holders our of bitcoin but you know it was kind of a contrary indicator of of confidence and institutions the the lower the confidence of the higher bid kind went and it went up so much that just everybody got an border to became sort of a momentum play uh but what's happening now with the cme the world's biggest exchange as you point out is um you know another another step of bragging bitcoin to wall street which is a bit of a weird thing as i said since it was sort of advantage as an alternative to wall street but uh uh you know people are a are now able institutions are now able to to to gain from the rise or fall of of bitcoin without actually owning bitcoin night which they cannot do by consent regulated the currency it depends i mean you know yeah boast big mutual funds big money managers are are going to be restricted from buying bitcoin itself does that make this more bullish moment because uh uh you know the or who is going to be kind of equal 'cause they we both long and short here well i mean i guess in a way that remains to be seen if if we want to talk about bitcoin right now as a bubble and everyone likes to use that word are a lot of people are using that word even people who are sort of.
"two thousand percent" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
"So on so you're going to always be evolving in some way shape or form you are presently finishing up and number eight which is business so you are planning your business out for this coming year which is going to be a number nine personal year for you so the upside of number nine is that it's universal brotherhood uh you are here to help people so internet definitely is parallel with your intention to set out on the spiritual path and also for uh the new relationship the challenge of the number nine of is that you can get so busy taking care of other people that you forget about yourself so it's important to remember that don't forget about yourself in the process it can be a bit of a challenge to because sometimes you're the one who brings in the last missing link uh enclosure to people but that can also mean that people go away from your life at the same time it also means that you're making room for people to come into your world is well yes so i think you're right on track in terms of doing this spiritual work and of course remember to balance keep that balance going all the time with sometimes will get the new idea we think we have to go full fledged two thousand percent and sometimes it's the journey by itself so as you shift over that is part of your journey to start doing the spiritual work is that but fence yes it does okay yes fine thank you so blessed gretchen we appreciate your call enjoy is found much appreciate all the information oh you will thank you bye bye okay we're gonna take a quick break here we're gonna come right back with michelle on the phone and then we got cup more calls after that so we're gonna keep right on going here this is the jeep it a rising show right here on kknw alternative talk radio.
"two thousand percent" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Have customers are looking for its her postcoital in bed with the blanket dried up in her leg up in the air and nothing showing snow there's nothing to see can you believe that jesus who he would happen it was up everywhere the uk two thousand percent spain two thousand germany and marco yes she's first of all gorgeous yeah but people wandering neil they're looking for her hey what else at bull i saw the comparisons the side by side of kate and meghan kate in meghan what they wear their both in readdress look at their rings look at the i feel like there's going to be a lot of that very unfair comparisons for digital completely different women well and not only that but a key is from an english family and then aristocratic english family us and she's also going to be queen when days that ultimately he's never going to be able to wear hemlines absent he's accurately she can or husband shirt yeah exactly we're not gonna really no eighty them now okay so do maybe you know this are mega mirko gutter brick brake on suits she was up against someone on the sorry yeah she was up for the part against a woman named kim shah an actress who had gone to be in this mtv show just want my pants back el hash day megan wine and but the big question was the chemistry with patrick j shah mike mike laugh mountlake roth and she had the better and he later they have amazing chemistry it helped her land.
"two thousand percent" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"And this has the same potential who's who do the same thing so that the discussions that were hopefully going to help the real topic which was you know the the injustices that happened to brown people in in america it is so easy to get sidetracked and yes i agree this quote this feeling is a problem i hope that's not all that comes out of this meeting in in i think when you when something like that happens it has the potential to become the bigger story then okay now what are we going to do to fix the real issues and so i as it is an issue and i hope people address it as an issue don't get sidetracked don't sleep in a month on this when there's more important things the two thousand percent agree because that's what happened to the original an old protests that has been lost almost the kneeling affect i think has been a loss y'all on what is trying to be accomplished old that's why i thought these meetings will be good because let's get something concrete if it's just in the nfl cities with the players and lee working together to act something concrete do it so now don't get hung up on this because but that's why it's going to rob people the wrong way because they know in a this isn't employees employer our job thing this is something different that they're all talking about so it's something where they're working with together this wasn't them meeting with were the employer the employee we're gonna tell you are to do this or two groups sitting down and saying this is the issue that we have a why were doing something in the least saying hey okay how can we all work together to help so these are two sides trying to work together on the same level to do something in each city and measured in order that says something like that that now separates them again and i think the players are you're okay here we go now we're separated yeah we know that the employee and you're the.
"two thousand percent" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The same thing so that the discussions that were hopefully going to help the real tough big which was you know the the injustices that happen to brown people in in america it is so easy to get sidetracked and yes i agree this quote this feeling is a problem i hope that's not all that comes out of this meeting in in i think when you when something like that happens it has the potential to become the bigger story then okay now what are we going to do to fix the real issues and so i as it is an issue and i hope people will address it as an issue don't get sidetracked don't been a month on this when there's more important things the two thousand percent agree because that's what happened to the original protests that has been lost almost the kneeling affect i think has been awash y'all on what is trying to be accomplish a so that's why i thought these meetings will be good because let's get something concrete if if it's just in the nfl cities with the players and ali working together at something concrete do it so now don't get hung up on this because but that's why it's going to rob people the wrong way because in a in a this isn't employee employer our job thing this is something different that they're all talking about so it's something were they're working with together this wasn't them meeting with were the employer the employee we're going to tell you what to do this or two groups city down and saying this is the issue that we have a why were doing something in the least saying hey okay how can we all work together to help so these are two sides trying to work together on the same level to do something in each city and then you get an owner that says something like that that now separates them again and i think that's what the players are you're okay here we go now we're separated yeah we know or the the employee and you're the.
"two thousand percent" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"What mike and bill are up to the way they're like let's get tell the citizens make the make awesome things yeah like guess what spiderman is going to be awesome and he's going to matter regardless of our closest homecoming right it probably will benefit from actually having a bit a distance yes if you take another reason example of being the what actually pretty good abolitions madman was a volition max of it was the people who knew was no was it it was avalanche it was avalanche buried at it was a just cause of the oaks and not central folks it will be there yeah like they're mad max game it perhaps even given little bit more breathing room from the move your way to be more sense because the medically it was there were similar to ease with the with four boys but like it was doing its own thing was a different version the maxim different place nola so like yeah i think we're gone past the day of like into having to have like movie thai ends that are dot directs like people don't really care like it in a weird way dates them yeah he's like it actually makes it like oh you're not on robben game play those games to be like the you're playing the movie but you're not in so even before you saw to be the weirdest thing of like how is this happening why is that happened and there was that weird imbetween partial we had chance like entered the matrix them you're like trying to be okay we're not really a movie tie and we're going to have our own thing but actually w it's a whole other story to bleeds into the uh do you want to see what my almi was doing before she got to the freeway play this video yeah exactly exactly that hold the with the weird complimentary media shifts that went on for a while there again is in the past and that i didn't always busy lettings the federal o two thousand percent that's the i think of like you know i was i was part of the group here of like.
"two thousand percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"When we come in i got sick that night the next day whatever and i mean a real bad when i felt again in the back of the and i was taken a lotta the vitamins in anticipation but it didn't work so i got hit bottom access of the jawbone and i knew it was a bad one in deep so it was after the show really quick and i want to leave the studio afterwards so i reverted to my practice what i preach sr right away i started and with the mega doses of a scam warburg acid powder i don't use pills i do not use vitamin c pills because most of them are absolutely useless their empty that blanket put out by shy srs there's nothing in them ask anyone in the vitamin business you not gallup people i talk vitamin c added there's nothing in at it's a blank pill so y'all know that it's not working because you're not getting vitamin c r us vitamin c powder which is very hard to find the good stuff it's the rolls royce of vitamin c and it's the cath got theory the cath got was a good friend of mine of the bowel tolerance theory of vitamin c which is that you take as much vitamin c as you needed to get bowel intolerance i'm not explain any more than that it'll take it our for me to do it on top of that are used one hundred one hundred thousand units of vitamin a twice a day i know what it's fatsoluble you'll killed yourself know it will know you all i find that in my case my body responds to a high quality vitamin a for fish liver oil and retina palmer tate and i know that each twenty five thousand units of vitamin obscenity rda site take four times that which is two thousand percent of the daily value is needed when i'm sick now they'll get me wrong and i did that twice a day that's number two that i take zinc citrate thirty milligrams twice a day because i think is very important in immune in the immune system your spot it is important for brain function memory whatnot but this case it's it's definitely important zinc is in immune.