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"university virginia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of the week yields a push modestly higher with a ten year yielding ten year treasury yielding 1.78% gold it pulls back modestly now trades just over $1850 an ounce Bitcoin it finds a bit and is now higher just under $38,000 or per token looking at crude oil higher yet again WTI is just under $87 per barrel and I have to fill up the tank in the beamer today So that's going to be a challenge Let's get some more color on the equity markets with Bloomberg markets corresponding pretty good Pretty much look at it Paul we got us talk about earnings first and foremost of course we gotta talk about Microsoft coming out with a beat on the earnings but most importantly they're Asia cloud computing services coming out with a 46% sales growth increase yesterday post market They were punished for that down 5% after hours I didn't get that at all But the expectation was that they would hit like 50 or more essentially very very high expectations and then this morning a lot of analysts coming out Wall Street research saying well they're actually going to continue to grow just perhaps not at the same pace as before and that actually gave the stock a little bit of a tailwind MSFT's or take her up just shy of 6% in the premarket Let's see though if those gains hold into the open several other earnings stories coming out this morning Let's start with Kimberly Clark here kms your ticker down just shy of 6% in the pre market after saying it's fourth quarter profit was hurt by rising costs and provided financial forecasts that fell short of what Wall Street had expected This is something that you're going to hear from a lot of those consumer Staples companies that perhaps haven't been able to pass on costs that will offset some of those supply chain issues So something to watch there as move ahead just for comparison Procter & Gamble came out with their earnings and said the opposite They said that they were able to kind of offset those costs because of their margins Let's move on to Corning here G L W is your ticker up 11% This is the company that makes those screens on your smartphones the glass screens essentially but I always seem to crash somehow because my dog always chews on him But Corning shares up 11% in the pre market trading this comes after they record them in New York Is that right Tom Corning is in Corning Corning is in corn in New York which is near Elmira with a strangest ice rink in America Right It's a geodesic dome and the lights go up You can't see the puck on the ice Okay see That was ancient history I don't have to ring still there but Okay We're sliding of any hockey rink in the world How did Corning end up being in Corning Corny science and engineering in western New York This is the same as Bausch and lamb and Rochester and a lot of Engineering is they came out of New York City It's the longer this is a whole different upstate New York than the perception it now And it was the group at corn and the dead And of course the modern courting is the glassworks and is the glass on the iPhones and all that Gotcha I tell you that's it See Tom has the trivia for us True I lived it I mean you know I mean route 17 is that the road done through the worst road in America Is it Okay Yeah it puts Pennsylvania to share Well I've got two more for you Can we go bear with me here Let's talk about a railroad 'cause we're talking about the couple days about Norfolk Southern MSCs your ticker down 1.7% in the premarket but they actually delivered 13% greater profit in the fourth quarter even though the amount of cargo it transported decline and it was all because they were able to raise their rates So an interesting earnings story there I'm going to end here with TE Connectivity TL is your ticker down 1.7% This is a stock that is close to my heart because this was one of my very first stock picks in college when we pitched stocks back in the day The investment committee by the way invested in the stock Let me just say that This is at the university Virginia Virginia This is GameStop It was tea activity Smart women's securities chat out But it was essentially a college club that invested in stocks Anyways they logged higher profit and sales in their latest quarter driven by growth in their industrials and communication segments That being said though TL down just shift 2% What's interesting is both that in Norfolk Southern beat their earnings but their stocks are getting punished So that's good You got your diploma and they just sit here Here's the door What's your hurry Yeah Pretty much How did you do with your stock picks at school Well tea you can activity was the one is my pride and joy because no one heard about the company and I made the pick No one's listening is just my Friends Well they were this was I think back when the shares were at like $62 or something I think they're now over a hundred If I'm thinking correctly But back in the day they were just diving into medical equipment and so my question what was your dog that you had In college Yeah What was the stock pick that you had in college that went down in flames Oh PepsiCo was my one that didn't work Very good If ever I'm on my high horse you just whisper in my ear Westinghouse I remember that Pretty good but thank you so much This is a conversation today for me I'm going to get up on my anagram that's going to understand why I'm doing this Paul I look carefully at the media coverage of Microsoft earnings yesterday I thought Bloomberg did a great job top live and you know the whole thing and the clothes and television You know what The street just loves sexy names They want to talk Netflix Netflix Netflix Apple Apple Apple on a rug Why does Microsoft get no love Is it that boring of a company I mean to me it's not voting it's just growing at 20% or close to 20% for a company that's one third the size of the software market So for me it's actually one of the most exciting stocks that I cover How does that develop move the needle I mean how when you're that size that scope Do you go 20% 10% 5% two and a half percent Or how do you sustain that growth rate I think what they've done over the last ten years is phenomenal They have invested so aggressively in all the next generation technologies So whatever you want to do going forward for the next ten years they really have a strong portfolio of products over there And they obviously in cloud infrastructure they are the only competitor They only big competitive to Amazon Frankly on their continued applications portfolio they don't have that much competition out there from anybody I think Salesforce is the only credible competitor often Interesting It's a part of the last ten years And that was just these failed 28.4% per year I know it's just crazy So honor on when we think about Microsoft this is one of the great I think in technology one of the great reinvention stories I've seen Obviously they were The Office They were software And then for a long time they were kind of nowhere There wasn't really a growth cattle but then boy the cloud business has just been extraordinary for them How are they positioned within the cloud versus Amazon and alphabet and all the others So as we have mentioned and talked about et cetera several times Paul there are two elements of cloud One is the infrastructure business and the other is the application And they are the only company that has the strong suite of both Amazon's very strong good infrastructure but they don't have enterprise applications the size of what Oracle does or SAP does or Salesforce.
"university virginia" Discussed on WTOP
"Commonwealth University, Virginia Military Institute, The College of William and Mary and Longwood University. Democratic delegate David Reed says those their schools their foundational success to the enslaved labor who helped build the institutions and his bill would force them to pay reparations by either creating a community based grant program. Or by offering scholarships to descendants of slaves, and the schools would be required to the extent possible to identify all the enslaved people who worked on their properties. Nick I. Nelly w T o p News The Montgomery County Council is hearing from students and parents on a bill that would ban police officers from public school for Montgomery County schools, graduate and current parents. Stephanie Johnson is a public defender and represent students were arrested by school resource officers, she says they cause dramatic events for Children and teens they cause harm. And make our schools less safe. The bill of prohibit the police department from deploying officers two schools, one of the sponsors of the Bill, Council member will Jawando says the over the last four years, 50% of students arrested in local schools by school resource officers were black. Those that spoke against the bill say the officers are needed. George Sims, assistant state's attorney for Montgomery County, Sorrows, provide mentoring. Tutoring and positive intervention in the lives of students. Valerie Bonked, w T. O P News state lawmaker from Montgomery County is working to make marijuana use legal in Maryland. Brian Feldman's bill would not only legalize adult use of cannabis but also require businesses in the state's existing medical cannabis industry to pay fees into a Social Equity fund. That fund would be used for low interest loans for minority business owners to enter the industry. Additionally, a portion of the tax revenue from the newly legalized field would be fed. Into a community reinvestment and repair fund. Feldman says the legislation would pump funding into communities that have traditionally been adversely impacted by illegal marijuana use and sales. Up ahead here in money news. What's expected in today's jobs reported it may not do much to boost confidence in the economy. It's a 24. Okay, parachutes.
"university virginia" Discussed on WTOP
"Order those schools to pay Reparations bill that just passed in Virginia's House of delegates would force those schools to pay reparations by you. They're creating a community based grant program or by offering scholarships to people who have slaves in their family history. Democratic delegate David Reed. The universities were successful in their foundational years they're using and slave labor. The impact of schools would include the University of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University, Virginia Military Institute, the College of William and Mary and Longwood University. They would not be allowed to pay for the reparations with state funds or tuition or fee increases. Nick I never W. T O P News Hot button issue of whether to keep police officers in Montgomery County schools was put to the public last night, and they had a lot to say about a bill that would remove officers from schools Bill would stop the police Department from deploying officers to schools. Matt posed to Sherwood High School graduate and former Board of Education member. We know that making our schools safer. Does not begin with handcuffs. One of the sponsors of the Bill Council member will Jawando says that over the last four years, 50% of students arrested in local schools were black. Even though black students represented under 20% of the student population, those against the bill, say the officers they're there for a reason. Former council member Phil Andrews Bani Astros with increased response times. Decrease situational awareness when public safety emergencies occur at schools. Valerie Bonked w T. O P News state lawmaker from Montgomery County is working to make marijuana use legal in Maryland. Brian Feldman's bill would not only legalize adult use of cannabis but would also require businesses in the state's existing medical cannabis industry to pay fees into a Social Equity fund. That fund would be used for low interest loans for minority business owners to enter the industry. Additionally, a portion of the tax revenue from the newly Lee Allies field would be fed into a community reinvestment and repair fund. Feldman says the legislation would pump funding into communities that have traditionally been adversely impacted by illegal marijuana use and sales coming up in money news why you may kick yourself for putting off the purchase of a new home at 7 24 years, Dr Linda Davis, the chief veterans experience officer.
"university virginia" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Jerry Falwell is disputing an account that he has resigned from his leadership post. At Liberty University. Virginia. Business reports Jerry Falwell Jr says he has not agreed to permanently leave his leadership post at Liberty University and he doesn't plan to the Falwell statement came after a school official told The Associated Press. Falwell had resigned and a formal announcement was expected Monday night. Officials spoke on condition of anonymity. On Sunday, Falwell issued a statement to the Washington Examiner disclosing that his wife had an extramarital affair and the man involved was threatening to expose it unless he was paid. Falwell began a leave of absence from Liberty on August 7th amid criticism over a photo he posted on social media. I Mike Rossia Organizers of the Berlin International Film Festivals say they'll stop awarding separate at acting prices to women and men beginning next year. It'll be gender neutral. This is townhall dot com Or the President Trump's most influential longstanding advisors. Is stepping down. Billy and Conway says she will be leaving the White House at the end of the month. On way was the president's campaign manager during the stretch run of the 2016 race, and she was the first woman to successfully steer a White House bid. Correspondent John Scott. Clemson is the preseason number one of the AP top 25 college football poles and even in the Big 10 and Pac 12 teams aren't playing this fault. Those two conferences claimed nine of the top 25 spots with Ohio State right second with 21 1st place votes. Alabama is third, followed by Georgia. Oklahoma, Nellis, You rounding out the top 10, Penn State, Florida, Oregon and Notre Dame. The NHL playoffs Monday. The New York Islanders Black Philadelphia for nothing in Game one of their second round, Siri's Dallas iced Colorado five to the stars up to Oh, More details as for at townhall dot com Patrick boss We're dime in a silk and we have a new book coming out called Uprising, Awakening of Diamond and silk. No.
"university virginia" Discussed on AP News
"Singeing coastal redwoods that have never burned. This is AP News. Jerry follow. Junior now says he's not resigning. Virginia BUSINESS reports Jerry Falwell Jr says he has not agreed to permanently leave his leadership post at Liberty University and he doesn't plan to the Falwell statement came after a school official told The Associated Press. Falwell had resigned and a formal announcement was expected Monday night. The official spoke on condition of anonymity. On Sunday, Falwell issued a statement to the Washington Examiner. Closing that his wife had an extramarital affair, and the man involved was threatening to expose it unless he was paid. Falwell began a leave of absence from Liberty on August 7th amid criticism over a photo he posted on social media showing him with his pants unzipped, stomach exposed and an arm around the waist of his wife's pregnant assistant. I Mike Rossia. A time to McGuire. AP NEWS Virginia Business Reports Jerry Falwell Jr says he has not agreed to permanently leave his leadership post at Liberty University and he doesn't plan to the Falwell statement came after a school official told The Associated Press. Falwell had resigned and a formal announcement was expected Monday night. The official spoke on condition of anonymity. On Sunday, Falwell issued a statement to the Washington Examiner disclosing that his wife had an extramarital affair and the man involved was threatening to expose it unless he was Hate. Falwell began a leave of absence from Liberty on August 7th amid criticism over a photo he posted on social media showing him with his pants unzipped, stomach exposed and an arm around the waist of his wife's pregnant assistant. I might cross CIA I might cross CIA reporting, Jerry Falwell is disputing an account that he has resigned from his leadership post at Liberty University. Virginia. Business reports Jerry Falwell Jr says he has not agreed to permanently leave his leadership post at Liberty University and he doesn't plan to the Falwell statement came after a school official told The Associated Press. Falwell had resigned and a formal announcement was expected Monday night. The official spoke on condition of anonymity. On Sunday, Falwell issued a statement to the Washington Examiner. Closing that his wife had an extramarital affair, and the man involved was threatening to expose it unless he was paid. Falwell began a leave of absence from Liberty on August 7th amid criticism over a photo he posted on social media showing him with his pants unzipped, stomach exposed and an arm around the waist of his wife's pregnant assistant. I might cross you Thank you for right now Switch your family that T Mobile and get four lines for $25.
"university virginia" Discussed on AP News
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Jerry Falwell is disputing accounts that he has resigned from his leadership post at liberty university Virginia business reports Jerry Falwell junior says he has not agreed to permanently leave his leadership post at liberty university and he doesn't plan to the fall well statement came after a school official told the Associated Press Falwell had resigned at a formal announcement was expected Monday night the official spoke on condition of anonymity on Sunday fall well issued a statement to the Washington examiner disclosing that his wife had an extramarital affair and the man involved was threatening to expose it unless he was paid Falwell began a leave of absence from liberty on August 7 amid criticism over a photo he posted on social media showing him with his pants unzipped stomach exposed and an arm around the waist of his wife's pregnant assistant hi Mike Ross yet
Official says Falwell leaving Liberty; Falwell says he's not
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Jerry Falwell is disputing accounts that he has resigned from his leadership post at liberty university Virginia business reports Jerry Falwell junior says he has not agreed to permanently leave his leadership post at liberty university and he doesn't plan to the fall well statement came after a school official told the Associated Press Falwell had resigned at a formal announcement was expected Monday night the official spoke on condition of anonymity on Sunday fall well issued a statement to the Washington examiner disclosing that his wife had an extramarital affair and the man involved was threatening to expose it unless he was paid Falwell began a leave of absence from liberty on August seventh amid criticism over a photo he posted on social media showing him with his pants unzipped stomach exposed and an arm around the waist of his wife's pregnant assistant hi Mike Ross yet
"university virginia" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
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"university virginia" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Those high school football teams across America tell you what guys we're not gonna scrimmage this week will be stronger but not screw edging we're just gonna play on Friday night and the coach would say are you completely out of your mind the American way is premised on competition and political parties old we are made better by competition I went to graduate school to university Virginia where the case study method you through an idea of the military we debated a long enough that hopefully and in most cases you end up with a better idea at the end of the day I think the party would be made stronger I think the eventual nominee would be made stronger by robust debate of ideas rather than simply saying we picked a horse for sticking with it and we'll see what happens come next November. so before you go if trump wins the nomination who will you vote for for president I mean that's one of those questions of how many angels dance on the head of a fan I mean. when I get there. so I'm an idea guy I believe in ideas and I'm gonna put the camera that's closest to what I believe in confronting this financial storm this coming our way I think we have a profound problem the likes of a financial hurricane this coming ashore if we do nothing on debt and deficit in government spending and so the answer the question be whoever comes closest intimates questions for me. Republican presidential candidate mark. I mean you can hear it there so we should just run through this charade because it'll. strength and things that we should have a grand event of ideas is not what we'll do the Republican democratic primary serious question. five three five nine seven three two five three five eight nine seven three to the eight hundred number one eight hundred four.
"university virginia" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The us realize two sons as well so I was a I'm a questionnaire and we're both went to university Virginia applied to the engineering school and then right out of school ended up working at Capital One in right out of school that was right when Capital One was starting I think the big thing for me is I realize that I wanted to work for myself we started several businesses by that time we are importing drugs from Guatemala sorry had this kind of entrepreneurial bug in my early twenties I was trying to figure out what I wanted to do with my life and this is kind of I was working in a cubicle and not not loving it I don't think I'm well suited for standard corporate America and as a hobby started trading in the equity market concert was fun and interesting we didn't have any money to invest that graduated with a negative net worth I had student loans I had a car loan but the way that we work it out was we applied for as many credit cards as we could so I think I was twenty four years old had a negative net worth and and may have had fifteen or twenty credit cards in my wallet and ended up starting a business with my brother and it was buying and selling in the stock market too we get along probably ninety yes seven ninety eight percent of the time that we don't get along we can really site was off and I remember it was at the office and we got some disagreement and we end up with like a wrestling match to me punching each other I remember that our colleague is kind of just looking out of sync with how do you handle this one well I think we decided some around there that you know we we have to outgrow that the good news is I'm forty seven years old it's been over a decade since we've had a fist fight so we're we're we're maturing in two thousand and hate the gates for other started trading in an energy market called PJ which enables utility companies to reduce the risks of their investments and therefore enables them to offer lower prices to us new trading could be such a good thing and one day when the twins.
"university virginia" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Hi this is god's purpose for god's people in the world harvest is how god's people can in body and make contemporary the phrase for god so loved the world engaging and inspiring people is the job gathering collecting people in the world is what Jesus asked of each of us today come along side the known this bishop Robert right and today he hears a challenging message of faith untitled up ahead I'm Peter Wallace and this is a one welcome to day one the weekly program that brings you outstanding preachers from America's historic Protestant churches sharing insight and inspiration from god's word your life now to introduce this week's preacher here's our host Peter Wallace thank you sherry today on day one we're honored to have with us the right Reverend Robert she right the ship of the episcopal diocese of Atlanta Georgia before his ordination as bishop in like twenty twelve rob Sir for ten years as rector St Paul's Episcopal Church in Atlanta earlier he served as cannon pastor and vicar the role of Saint John the divine in New York City rob was educated at Howard University Virginia theological seminary in Ridley hall in Cambridge England rob welcome today one thank you Peter it's good to be here.
"university virginia" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And now he is a host on iheartradio in Boston, AVI. Be in the middle. That's noon till three and W R K O also an author. He is VP the wise joining us on W O R tonight VP. How are you? Hey, how's it going down there? It's going. All right. You know, the we're talking about this last night have only won one World Series championship in nineteen years, which is remarkable given the resources and all the players that we've seen go in and out of here and not the turn this into a sports conversation. But when the Red Sox went to the White House, and I think that's their fourth World Series in this century and the centuries only nineteen years that that's pretty darn good. And then the White House announces that they're coming by spelling Red Sox S O C K S. I mean when you see that are you just like come on. This can't be that hard. Can it first of all let's just establish that one World Series that the Yankees one? That's tainted today Ron was on that team. To we never we never let that go. Funny thing is that whole the whole thing with the White House. Visit with the Red Sox. It seemed to be cursed right from day one. And sometimes you swim, upstream and go. No. It'd be cool. That'll be cool. It'll be cool. But in the end based on how it all went down yesterday. If either party had it to do over, again, wouldn't it have just been better to say, let's do this next year? Because nothing went right? Really? Did it? It seem that way. And I it's it's notable because some teams don't like to go to the White House when they win championships Golden State wins. They're not going to go this year. NBA championships university Virginia on the NC double a basketball tournament the men's team, and they didn't go, but the Baylor's women's team went. So it's always hit or miss when they do get a team to go get it. Right. That that. That's that's all we're saying. Didn't do any better. Again. They give them a jersey with eighteen on it. I did it. They won in two thousand eighteen but really shouldn't have been forty five and considering Pedro Martinez was their war forty five at the socks. He could have given him. The number would have been a great visual. But there was plenty of school ups on both sides hearing, the it just didn't work really in the end, they meant well, everybody thought it would be fun. But it just kind of just miss didn't. It maybe Damon. Maybe Trump's Johnny Damon fan. He said get eighteen I don't know. I don't know about that. Hey, we're thinking with v bitcoin for the Yankees through is. We all remember. So maybe there was a little element of that point. Hey, we're speaking with VDI the wise on W R K O Bernie Sanders. He was saying very recently that felons including the Boston marathoner should be allowed to vote. How did that play with Massachusetts voters? Do you think? Aw, embarrassingly, and I'm sorry to admit this seems to play. Well, we have several district attorney's here, and we have several people in congress. I on a Presley one amongst them as you guys well know, who's all in favor of this. And it somehow you're racist at your against this idea now and people in Boston actually, don't even wanna talk about it anymore because if you say don't want selling voting somehow, you're a racist things crazy, and it is legal in Vermont. And Maine, I believe so it's in New England, actually, it's maybe a little bit more accepted than it would be in other parts of the country lease, but I talk radio purpose. I can tell you we've done this. And we'd done it for two weeks now where okay if you're in favor of this call up, and I want you not only the marathon bomber. He won Ted Kaczynski choosing the next president really because that would happen, and you how long can you go down the list? I'm care. How many member you wanna tell me about someone who's disenfranchised or doesn't belong in prison because they sold the thing pot fifteen. Years ago, and they're still doing time. Okay. But for every one of those guys I'm gonna come at you with the Golden State killer. And there's no way you're ever gonna even that lead. You're out. I I believe that our prison is it's a punishment. You have four of your wife's that thing. And one of the things you've given up is your right to vote. I couldn't be further from Bernie Sanders on this if possible unfortunately in Massachusetts where I am. We have a lot of liberals keep sending Elizabeth Warren into the US Senate, for example. And they think it's not crazy. It's amazing. What about Biden's saying that illegal should have health care? How is that going over Massachusetts? Of not going over quite as well. Except that you remember lease very well that before there was Obama Care. There was Romney chair and that was done right here in Massachusetts. It was the blueprints model or sort of government healthcare. Right. And so what happens with that one here is and we were talking about it today. Everybody's like radius. I'm not paying for them. But then you always get the question, but if somebody showed up with a broken leg, and you knew it was broken, and you could fix it. Would you actually turn them away in Massachusetts fan through the no I mean, we've been doing this for twenty five thirty years now where you don't turn anybody away, and you do give them the treatment, and that's never gonna change here. So even though when Biden says that everybody goes, ooh, but we have been doing this in practice. V the wise in addition to being a radio host lease also is a pollster apparently because I've cheated and I'm looking at his Twitter feed right now, and he asked this question should high schools do away with valedictorians to reduce the quote, overall, competitive culture, unquote of high school the votes are in BB and ninety four percents. They know keep the valedictorians, though, that that seems to be pretty definitive in a in a world where everything's usually polarized except that school to doing this. You guys saw this out side of Ohio. There is a high school yesterday at bragged about they want to do away with the competitive culture of school. And then you watch the TV reports and they're talking to kids from those schools who are saying this is going to be so much healthier next year. And it's like, my argument is isn't earn. We sort of getting into the inmates running the Silom when we're allowing the kids to go. Oh that takes a load off. I don't have to worry about that anymore launch you being competitive, and I kind of want you work hard. And I don't even mind if you're a little bit stressed about it because. Welcome to lie. It's exactly right. I have a feeling Lisa valedictorian. Where are you? I didn't stick around for senior year of high school. That's right. You went off to right, right, Australia v. The wise that their parents will just pay for them to get into college. The wise I had to do it senior year you to be leased the wicked wise. That's a mic drop. Oh, I don't need senior year. Thanks. But no thing. No, no. I I went off to Finland on a scholarship and set my senior year there. But would you have one if you didn't leave? I I look I was in a rural little high school. So the competition wasn't nobody feeling worse than someone being valedictorian is the person that you know, what have been valedictorian acting like, oh, I don't know. If I would have got it be, no. On. What's fame? Hey, said, it ain't bragging if you can back it up you could back it up. I don't know what's going on with the colleges scam. They're the college scandal. If there's a lot more people have been indicted. I know this week. Then the more people that get indicted, the more Laurie Laughlin seems to be be confident that she's going to be acquitted. I don't know how those who vote hand-in-hand going on. And I I still get back to her on this like in the same week that she hears sort of therapy coaches and her daughter, basically divorces are she somehow emboldened by these things and thinks she's gonna get away with it. I don't know. We'll see I don't you guys. Get the feeling like this is the tip of an iceberg that as it society. We're not sure if we want to scratch or get below the surface on like, maybe we just want to keep this at the top. Because once you start peeling this thing man, when does it end a good point? We're speaking the BB, the wise, you know, there is a New York. New England alliance will call it VP as you know between the fourteenth district of New York congresswoman Alexandria Cortez. She kind of stays below the radar. We don't hear much about her and Bernie Sanders. And she says, and he says that according to their plan anyway, they want to cap credit card interest rates at fifteen percent. How could they do that? If that's a private business. Here's my take on that right for those of us that are old enough, and you guys aren't but there was a thing in the eighties called the arena, Iraq war and everybody used to say to my supposed to be on here. This is one where when Ailsa in Bernie you're talking about regulating private business, go back off. But on the other hand, I really with the credit card companies 'cause does any of it like twenty five percent interest rates. So I'm not exactly clear. What side I'm going to be on in the end. I guess I just have to endure the yeah. Look they can charge me twenty five percent just mental stupid fault. If I don't pay those bills every month, and I gotta do door the interest. But I do feel like this is a bit of a winner for them. Don't you in that? Nobody loves the credit card companies nobody so in a democratic primary when you're trying to make hay aren't they being? Let's put it this way. Joe? Aren't you surprised that they put it at fifteen and not ten or not eight or something like that three? Yeah. I feel like they're trying to be reasonable in this proposal. And what I'm wondering why because they haven't been re again when you're talking about voting just throw out free credit cards at this point. They're all doing that. Right. You wanna give away democracy dollars is one of them. And all this crazy stuff. This one seems to be sort of nuanced for that what's going on. It's a good point. Maybe we gotta go, but fifteen seconds have you completed your mother's day shopping. Sure. No, I is on as your friend, man. Something last night it gets here tomorrow. So take the fifth there. Download the podcast of leasing Joe. That's what we gotta work on my mom hasn't tuned in yet. So maybe I'll get her from this show. And.
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"Facing pressure to resign now or face articles of impeachment that after a second accuser stepped forward with sexual assault allegations when they were students nearly two decades ago at Duke University Virginia state lawmaker Patrico also a democrat says Fairfax needs to address the claims as a private citizen, clearly very credible people. These are very serious accusations, and he's unfit to serve office. Fairfax has denied all allegations and says he has no plans to resign. The accusations followed calls for governor Ralph Northam to step down after a racist photo surfaced from north medical school yearbook from the eighties north. I'm also says he has no plans to resign. A Bill of good health. That is the finding from President Trump's doctor Dr Shawn Conley did not offer further details, but says the four hour checkup Friday was conducted by a panel of eleven board certified specialists. It's the seventy two year old president second exam since taking office. Michelle Franzen ABC news. It may not be stomach issues for me. It's intense gas or pain or diarrhea sometimes all at once over and over I spent years with the symptoms, but could never figure it out. No matter what I did. They never went away. So I decided to break it down for my doctor and get really specific about my symptoms Twee discovered that extra chrome pancreatic insufficiency or API may be the reason for my stomach issues EP is caused by pancreas. It leads to diarrhea gas bloating stomach pain unexplained weight loss in oily stools the symptoms. Just don't go away. But EPA can show up with even one symptom. The good news. Is manageable..
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"They knew what they were doing intended it and the numbers Reno. Oh, oh, and one more detail one more detail this one this one is just to astounding. The Trump university administration is now arguing court that's reunite every last child with every last parent would be too hard. You realize that this yard with the me, you realize the man hours your honor? Oh, I see argument. They want the hell you to do it. You guys take care of it. Hey Lynnwood in Virginia. Hi lynnwood. What's going on, man? What's going on with your governor? I'm going to be honest with you, man, you know, I I've been born born and raised in Virginia Bennett junior all my life. You know and stuff like this is not a surprise to most of us African American tier I lived in Charlottesville where UVA. A lot of those frat houses university Virginia. Back home. Call the NBA. A lot of those young European American peoples particularly males will wear Brown in your face and put the confederate garments on and all the other crazy stuff, and it's always been tension on the subject, but every time we talk about the issue of color. We failed to really bring up the logic on wide. Disdain so race exist. You know, I'm sitting by looking at my governor Saturday mean made a total fool of us. The white. Making myself way hit. Well, why why why is it MRs north of the governor? You know? But. He is. Polishes stuff like that it got me to thinking. Well, if so-called white people people who call themselves white know all about how to produce black face. Dan, you beat the logical question should be. Well, they must have created white and black people. Think about it. Think about it. We just segregated people on skin color for a long long long long time based on. But think about the logic. Okay. You look at the average African American person and you compare the black face to the actual real skin tone of an African American person. Not even close, correct? Then you put these mentors as a as a despicable parody. Right. Isn't that kind of the idea is to overstate it to be even more ludicrous to make the point even more cruelly, isn't that the whole idea is to make it look not realistic to make it look like a white person. I mean, have you ever seen birth of a nation from nineteen fifteen? You should see the movie it's available. It's black and white, but you can follow the plot. They have subtitles. And you gotta see birth of a nation. And that was from this vantage point of the south now, it's fifty years after the end of the civil war nineteen fifteen birth of a nation whose redone recently from a different perspective. But fact is a lot of the white white black actors in birth nation in nineteen fifteen but were were whites and black face. Once again, I go back to the logic. You know, what white person so call white person looks like snow looks like chalk looks like a glass of milk. Maybe. But that's about it. No. I totally get your point totally point. I think a lot of I think I think that whole thing sorta misses us completely because I think we're more into the emotional side of how we still about it then to get enough nuts and bolts, well, wait a minute. How did this get started who created white people who created black people who created this concept of race? Why would he Lynnwood? I got one for you. I got one for you. If we were to all be one skin color, the problem that we'd run into is. We'd start separating ourselves based on I color based on height based on weight. We are really separate ourselves based on sex, right? Members woman and now arguable who is a man and a woman who gets to decide Lynnwood. I gotta keep moving. I thank you very much for the call and my favorite cousin the movie, the gristle, the gristle, it's a great movie, and and one of the characters s another one you're talking about race muzo about race. And one is is Fidel Castro white always love that one is Fidel Castro white think about that. We'll be right back with Justice is served. The Norman Goldman show..
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"But I haven't read it yet is called an absolutely remarkable thing and spy, Hank. Green knew I'd heard of it, right? Who whose actually create con, but I think one of the I've seen some videos that he kinda maybe Ruffy talks about the book. And it seems like there is an element of like. How you deal with yourself and social media interest. Okay. Right. So like, this is I've bought the audio book. And and keeping the tab is what I do myself. I keep the tab open and my web browser is like a constant bugging. Reminder of like, you read the book. So I will read the book enough. Hey, Mike force to which sport other than one that you may already love would you become a super fan of basketball? What makes you say that I like loss get ball? It's it's got the right level of action for me like in kind of pace and stuff, and and it's a little flat to that. Like, it's a fun sport to watch. So and I and I used to like Boston we'll used to go to basketball games as a kid because there was a basketball league in the UK and. The London leopards was a team there arena was like where I grew up was like a two minute walk away. So we used to go to London leopards games while up. Yeah. I actually agree with you. I was a basketball superfan when I was in middle school, and I was living outside Chicago. The Chicago Bulls had Michael Jordan is their star player and they had a London leopards. And now the Essex leopards moved the team. Or? So anyway, I was best superfan than it's kind of. When when Michael Jordan retired for the first of his seventeen retirements just kind of stopped paying attention, and we moved away from Chicago. And when I went to to college, the Virginia Tech hokies best ball team was not good. And so I never really paid attention to college ball. But now, the hokies are good, and everyone even the nerds, I know seem to be getting more and more into basketball. And so now, I'm kind of starting to give basketball a happy side. I if you will. So I'm trying to pay a little bit more attention to both Virginia Tech games Aaron's alma mater, UVA university Virginia, they are also extremely good basketball. So I'm trying to pay a little more attention to college ball. And I might even find myself roped into the NBA we'll say almost interested in doing it. Interest. Like, you know, this is one of those situations where people tell me about how I should like these are the ways you should get into basketball. Like, I'm I'm sure, but I'm just not interested in that right now. Casey. What was the time in your life? Where you were the most nervous all the cliche times when I got married when both of my kids were born some of the more unusual times, though, the first time I released Casey on cars, which was the clutch. Folio? I was really scared. Then I didn't know the exact moment that mar Martha was going to release the first neutral, I knew roughly when it was going to happen. But I didn't know exactly when and IRA will never forget, I was at dinner. It was myself, Erin, and are very good friend fill in all of a sudden my phone just almost vibrated off the table. And this is when I believe memory serves I had four hundred Twitter followers -cations on forever. Since I like five at mentions day or something like that. And all of a sudden my phone lit up, and I got real scared because I was nobody knows nobody working as we've covered many times on the show that was nobody working with these two like juggernauts, and I didn't know how that was going to be received and and that nervousness basically persisted for like a year..
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"Prime packages to your house as long as you live in one particular county in Washington, and as long as it's daylight Monday through Friday, and as long as there's a human chaperone who's available to walk with scout to make sure scout. Does it run over anybody? But still the future Jason. I'm scared. I'm scared about these robots. We'll talk a little bit about this the delivery thing in general. I think it's I think it's a bigger story. I mean, yes. Like this about sort of funny, and it's clearly a very small test market Amazon. Does this that it with drones somewhere in England? Now, they're doing this in Washington state, but Amazon has been shifting. What is doing delivery wise? I know like in my city of Memphis, even they are having lots of. Packages delivered an Amazon vans people with Amazon shirts on not UPS FedEx not the post off. And so that they are branching out on their own more and more. But this sort of automation is going to put people out out of a job. You know, we talk about a Mason jobs. I think a lot of people think of context of just factories, right? Like, a sibling cars or computers, or whatever it may be. But a lot of jobs like this, you know, service industry type jobs delivery people. There's lots of parts of the economy that going to be touched by this. I don't know if this particular, quite frankly, adorable blue robot. Is the future? Or is what you know, everything is to come to my house end. But this is always something nothing to look at through that lens of this is neat. And they've done a lot of machine learning. Lots of engineering, but there is a human cost to it at some point if it goes broad. Yeah. I mean, the challenges that the world isn't engineered for robots it's engineered for people. So there, you know, I think about like front doors and gates and things like that that this robot can't navigate you're right about the jobs. This does create a I don't know robot maintenance job and a robot loader kinda job. I also had that that moment where I envision, you know, now what's going to happen is your Amazon truck is going to drive into a neighborhood and like lower Aram and like a whole team of robots are just going to roll on out. And and then the what the truckdriver like takes a break, or he's he's monitoring in case something gets hung up. And then. He just waits half an hour, and then all the robots return. And then he'd goes back to base or something like that could totally be thing where the robots do all the detailed delivery. And then somebody just has to truck the robots to wherever they're going. I could see that. But again, like, you know, big steps and gates and things like that are going to be a challenge unless there's like a catapult or something inside the robot. Let's just like shoot t shirt cannon shoots the product. And although you could totally do that machine learning and like just lands perfectly on the on the doorstep. But anyway, there's a lot there's a lot going on here. But I think it's fascinating that Amazon, they're obviously people at Amazon who their entire task is like how many different ways can we potentially transform and or disrupt the logistics chain. Right. If Lisa schnauzer were here, she would talk. I think probably at length about the logistics aspect of this because it is such a huge thing. I think Amazon's. Yeah. Amazon's putting a whole gist center in in Tennessee where you are. I imagine that this is going to be part of that is it's not just like, how do we get more boxes in more places? But you know, what what technology can we use to totally change. How how this stuff gets delivered the sort of a sibling story to this too? We should talk about. Did you see this about George Mason University? Yeah. These robots acute because they look like remote control cars, they do. They look shockingly similar to the Amazon tech. Like, there's only so many ways you can put a basket on wheels. But so this is Virginia's George Mason University Virginia, by the way has legalized delivery robots which is a phrase that I've never seen before. But it is for people on campus. They can have access to food or beverages in like fifteen minutes, you pay through a mobile app, and there's twenty five of these things milling around.
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"Hello there. Romans one we get you caught up on what's going on at the Australian Open. It's the night session in the men's two time defending champ. Roger Federer is in a very entertaining match with Stephanos sits surface of Greece. Better took the first set from the fourteenth seed in a tiebreaker when thirteen eleven and now in the second set there aren't served better up five four American Francis. TI celebrated his twenty first birthday Saturday meeting. Twentieth. See Grigor Dmitrov enforce sets in that earns Diaw hope I never grand slam quarterfinal appearance, and it will set him up for his first match ever gets rough on the Dow to beat Tomas verdict in straight-sets, here's Rafa after when you when you are. At the beginning. Because it's important the first couple of my so. One the first couple of the final. So let's see what what can happen here the women's draw American. Danielle Collins, former two-time NCWA champ from the university Virginia. Knocked off the number two seat. Angelique Kerber in straight-sets Collins, wanted depressive Lee, six love six two for all the action. In the night session and throughout the tournament checkout. ESPN's I to last ball coverage on ESPN two the ESPN app and ESPN plus NBA basketball on Saturday night. James harden, dropped forty eight in Houston's overtime victory over the Lakers. That means Hardin extensions. NBA record nineteen games consecutively which scoring at least thirty points championships Sunday. We'll have all the analysis all the breakdowns and all the big.
Study: High school friendships have long-lasting effects on your mental health
"Doug cope the type of friendships kids cultivate in high school could have a lasting effect on their mental health into young adulthood rachel north university virginia let us study of one hundred sixty nine adolescence over ten years she says close friendships at age fifteen could mean down the road at age twenty five less anxiety and depression and more self worth fourteen fifteen sixteen that time period friendships are starting to be their primary sources of support and intimacy and closeness meantime kids who ran with a popular crowd and had more casual friendships experienced an uptick in anxiety in young adulthood being more popular did not predict any of those long term positive outcomes but did predict slightly higher social anxiety at age twenty five meantime study co author joseph allen at the university of virginia says being well liked dht by a large group of people cannot take the place of forging deep supportive friendships these experiences he says stay with us over and above what happens later study participants were assessed annually answering questions about who they're closest friends were reporting on their friendships and participating and interviews and assessments exploring their feelings with his parents report i'm doug cope wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time eight twenty seven we'll have the latest on the us led attack in syria that straight ahead with tina gow sheri small wbz newsradio springtime window grunts what springtime window grunts happened this time of year means it's beautiful out is i wanna air out the house but i can't get this dang window on the back bedroom to open springtime window grunts old windows closed all winter jammed up and out of whack well you ought to call right window that's us look at this it's radio.