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"wal mart" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"wal mart" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

"Or wherever you listen to your podcasts. In chicago we'd been following the living wage argument and the big box resolution trying to keep walmart stores out of the city the so-called living wage. Ordinance that would have required mega retailers in chicago to pay their workers. Higher wages was successfully turned back yesterday as supporters on the city council couldn't muster enough votes to override the veto of the mayor. Richard daley daily veto. The ordinance this week saying it would cost the city jobs. That would hurt people who need those jobs. The most he was able to convince enough men who voted in favor of the ordinance in july to change their votes vote was thirty one to eighteen in favor of overriding the veto which was three short of the necessary votes to do so here. Is brian in chicago. Welcome sir it's great to have you on the eib network rush. It is an honor. I am thrilled. This is going to be my talk at a week with everybody Yeah coming from. The land was flagrant walnut illegal. I got two things. I wanna tell you really quick one my thinking on walmart. Why democrats don't like it is because walmart has managed to fill a lot of the promises. The democratic party has not been able to fulfil. and they did it solely based off of the rules of capitalism and. I think one of the things that angers them very much at walmart for doing what they do and for doing what they've done. There's no question we touched on this earlier in the in the program. I think it's even more detail than that. There's no question that they resent middle-class success. But but here you have to understand. The liberal attitude liberals are arrogantly condescending the last thing liberals want is to be thought of as part of the middle class there above all that these people are are elitists and and the the people that are enjoying life at walmart working there and shopping. There don't need liberals it's an affront. It's an offense to liberalism that something like this. Like walmart could become so big and so successful the middle class because liberals look at themselves as the providers for the middle class and it just offends them. It's they have this arrogance towards these. They have haven't arrogance toward most. Everybody can't do what's right in life can't make the right decisions. Not smart enough. There is a contempt and arrogance for these people and when these people have this product in this place and the people that work there happy and the people shop there enjoy the benefits. They get from shopping there. It just makes a mets. They how come they don't appreciate us. And these people become enemies and so the shop the whole company must be attacked and shut down so that liberals will once again control those people's lives and fortunes and this is tight of the second thing we're wondering when you were talking about women I gotta tell ya rush my girlfriend. Greatest girl in the world. When i found her she was She was nineteen is about four or five years ago and her and her family. they're all. They're all liberal democrat. They all you know. The the parents were divorced and her and her brothers and sisters. They all they were taught was just you know. Wait till the check comes in from dad. The money was just spent on garbage. They were just you know. Wait for welfare to come in. Wait for the grandparents to take care of things. The grandparents will pay for the house. Everything is taken care of. And they were never taught to think for themselves. It will never taught to to go out and work for themselves to always depend on other people and My girlfriend i found her. She was working at a comic book shop. And i love her so much. I started instilling. These conservative values. You know to to think for yourself to keep your compassion but to not depend on others. And i'm telling you that you know we to this day. She's twenty three years old. She owns her own house. She has a degree. She's working downtown. Do we what she likes to do. She wants to be an accountant. She's so she's doing what she wants to do. Downtown in the building. Next to the sears. Tower she's thrilled. She signed the deal for her own house at twenty three years old. She's going towards a masters degree. She's going perjure. Cpa she's already got ideas of of being her own boss in five ten years having her. Let me ask you a question Fun then a follow up is she. White Yes all right Well not there's no need for a follow up question. I mean just going to tell you that not personally but a woman like your girlfriend is an enemy to liberals and to explain her success. They can't reward her. They can't say she's got ambition. She's willing to work hard. Because that's not possible in america anymore bush's so ruined the economy that the only way this could be happening with some sort of favoritism or other people with less advantages fewer advantages are not being treated fairly and she's being treated in in a in a in a way that that discriminates against others they cannot credit individual success. They simply they wanna punish it with high taxes. They wanna make it tough for people who succeed to continue to succeed because they resent it they look down upon it and they will excuse it and the last thing they will do is credit people like your girlfriend for their own success saying there had. It's just like when they lose elections. It can't be because people aren't voting form. It has to be because people are cheating and monkeying with the chad's the ballots. The voting machines same token your growth. go ahead. You got ten seconds. Though time is dwindling here on. She worked with irving job. You know back when she was still making money to pay for college and back. Then everybody you know. They loved her the got along and as soon right. It was kind of writing out at the kind of turned against her for that. I can tell you're you're proud as you can be over. And that's fabulous. I i love hearing calls like this. You should continue to be..

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Amazon Warehouse Workers in the US Are Required to Wear Masks Again

WBZ Morning News

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Amazon Warehouse Workers in the US Are Required to Wear Masks Again

"Amazon orders will have to begin wearing masks again next week. Beginning on Monday, Amazon will mandate all of its 900,000 US. Warehouse workers wear masks again indoors regardless of their vaccination status. It comes after Wal Mart and Target again put in place rules and employees must wear masks. Amazon says It's nationwide warehouse rule is because The spread of covid variants. So far, Amazon is not requiring its warehouse workers to get vaccinated like

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Amazon to Mandate Masks for All Its Workers in Warehouses

WBZ Morning News

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Amazon to Mandate Masks for All Its Workers in Warehouses

"Orders will have to begin wearing masks again next week. Beginning on Monday, Amazon will mandate all of its 900,000 US. Warehouse workers wear masks again indoors regardless of their vaccination status. It comes after Wal Mart and Target again put in place rules and employees must wear masks. Amazon says It's nationwide warehouse rule is because The spread of covid variants. So far, Amazon is not requiring its warehouse workers to get vaccinated like

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Amid COVID surge, Amazon to require masks for warehouse workers regardless of vaccination status

The Ric Edelman Show

00:10 sec | 1 year ago

Amid COVID surge, Amazon to require masks for warehouse workers regardless of vaccination status

"Wal Mart is doing it. And now Amazon will starting Monday, all Amazon warehouse workers will be required to wear masks indoors, regardless of vaccination

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Amazon to Mandate Masks for All Its Workers in Warehouses

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Amazon to Mandate Masks for All Its Workers in Warehouses

"Mask mandates. ABC is Alex Stone. Beginning on Monday, Amazon will mandate all of its 900,000 US. Warehouse workers wear masks again indoors regardless of their vaccination status. It comes after Wal Mart and target again put in place rules and employees must wear masks. So far, Amazon is not requiring its warehouse workers to get vaccinated. Mexico

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Walmart Offering Full College Tuition and Books for Employees

Lars Larson

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Walmart Offering Full College Tuition and Books for Employees

"News. WalMart is beefing up one of its employee benefits. Employees of Wal Mart are about to receive another education benefit. The company has been charging a dollar a day for its live better You college education program. Now the entire cost of tuition and books for approved studies will be picked up by WalMart. The company expects the move to impact 1.5 million part time and full time workers Also Johnson and Wales University, the University of Arizona The University of Denver and Pat Stream are now part of the WalMart program. Wal Mart is also adding business administration supply chain and cyber security to its degree and certificate

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"wal mart" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"wal mart" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

"It is to try to teach the downtrodden the forgotten the hungry and thirsty that the democrats care about them. What it really is a way to goose union wages up because good old union negotiators in chicago are now going to say all people that don't know how to count beyond ten and have only been in the country for a couple of years are gonna make ten bucks an hour at a box store at checkout line or somewhere stock and things on shelves will good for them. We want to raise our union contract. Next time it comes up the higher. The minimum wage goes the higher the baseline for union contracts. Are this is such a scam and of course since the city of chicago and it's union deals it makes with the city with other people is actually paid by chicago. Taxpayers people like toni preckwinkle. Don't really have to think of the money. Coming out of her. Purser pocket booker back pocket whichever she prefers al in in chicago. Welcome sir nice to have you on the program rush. Nice nice to talk to you. I think you search acog. I'm at moscow on michigan This is nothing more than a political act. it's also an act that will impact greatly on the poorest of the people in chicago. You know chicago. There's a ring of poverty around that very successful core downtown. Those folks rely on public transportation. They won't be able to benefit from the targets. The walmarts and the discounts are available. You know ben stein. The economist has many times said that walmart is the greatest anti poverty program going but this is also a political act. You know. they'll cancel this out if they begin to see stores growing and being built right across the line in suburban communities. And that is what will happen because it happened with gas stations. Gas stations. rim the city where it's already started walmart's already said they're going to build a store in one of these Economically depressed places and the people live. There love it. That's excellent. that's an excellent point. Excellent point if these stores get built outside the and you said it not. I the ring of poverty in in chicago then. The primary beneficiaries of a walmart store won't be able to get there to take or they'll go broke getting there and won't be able to spend any money once they do get their absolutely. Can i tell you k. Mart home depot lowe's. They're they're building right now in evergreen park and these are communities that are one black you know. They share a border with the city of chicago and they do it because also sales tax in chicago. If you cross the street you go into indiana you go from eight eight and a half percent to six and chicago is hurting itself. But chicago has always done. This is not unique captive constituency. That's kept him. But that's that's not. I mean that that's true in the sales tax. I mean in In new jersey. They bumped up the sales tax on some luxury. Cars and boats wants and people just went pennsylvania and they ended up having to resend the tax because liberals think raising taxes raises revenue. They do not understand the dynamic aspects of of raising or cutting lowering taxes. But i'm gonna a taste something here. This is I want to ask you about the mayor because you obviously in chicago. You're closer to at night. And the other day this wacko bunch of city council people actually passed a transfat ordinance or they're working on it and and and and and mayor daley. What the hell are we do. We got serious problems with kids in this country. We got a drug problem..

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Worker With Down Syndrome Awarded $125M by Jury in Lawsuit Against Walmart

Balance of Power

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Worker With Down Syndrome Awarded $125M by Jury in Lawsuit Against Walmart

"Wal Mart is on the hook for more than $125 million after a federal jury in Wisconsin ruled that the company fired former sales associate who has down syndrome because of her disability. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission had argued that her schedule was changed by WalMart managers, which created attendance problems for which she was fired. In 2015. The verdict awards are $150,000 in compensatory damages the rest punitive No comment as yet from

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'American Marxism' Will Be Available Wherever You Get Your Books

Mark Levin

01:08 min | 1 year ago

'American Marxism' Will Be Available Wherever You Get Your Books

"So I want to encourage you. Have this book show up at your house tomorrow or your place of business tomorrow or your workplace tomorrow. This order it online. And after tomorrow that is Excuse me. After today and starting tomorrow, the book will be available in Costco. Barnes and Noble. Wal Mart. Supposed to be the airport outlets, but typically, it's not I don't know what they do hide them in the back. All the warehouse stores. Books, a million all the independent bookstores. Wherever you shop. That's where this book is supposed to be available. They're going to be 800,000 copies of this book out there, Mr Producer. Not all of them will be first edition. You want first edition. You've got to get in there. Now. Get in there tonight and order it online. Some point, it won't matter. Some point, it won't matter. And here's the thing. Once you're done with this book, you're going to feel really good about

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"wal mart" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"wal mart" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"If all that's if that's all you're going to do You're not going to have a sense of what makes the country run. And pretty soon you fall into the routine that the country can't run unless I get reelected again from my 16th zillion term. Um what? What are your thoughts on that? I mean, you are the classic small businessman. I mean everything about you. Says. This is exactly the kind of person and mindset that we should have in the United States Senate. Just give me your sort of thoughts on these folks and that sort of philosophy. It is so well said, and thank you. I mean, the day I launched my campaign, I signed a term limit pledged to serve more than two terms in the United States. And the day we launched the campaign. It was that important before I did any interviews. Before we made any call Major calls I I signed that pledge and send him to term limits USA. So that's that's sort of the core of what I believe. Let's put it this way. If we had more business people, more business, women and businessmen in elected office at all levels of government, we would have a lot more common sense and a lot less. Let's call it what it is. Stupidity right in what world does it make sense in what world does it make sense as a policy maker to say that Wal Mart can be open? And the small business on the corner has to be shut. The mom and pop has to be shut. Yes. What? What world does that make sense? Right? It only makes sense to a bureaucrat. I don't know if you've heard this story, Jeff. On the day that the governor the governor, Wolf announced his his shutdowns for all non life sustaining businesses. As you said at the time, a friend of mine called into the governor's office and said, my constituents You sit down laundry nets. How are my constituents supposed to wash their clothing and the governor's office is I'm not going to the governor. But it was the staffers. Response was well, only only college students use laundromats. Oh, my Now nothing. I mean, And every time I say that on the campaign trail, I always pause and say somewhere, Marie Antoinette is smiling. Yeah. Only in a world of career politicians and elites. Who think that they know better than than the people who who make it happen every day only in their world. Does this make sense? Um, columnist wrote about this in December, Jeff, she wrote. In talking about the disconnect between the elites and Main Street. She talked about how it's so bad now, because as your point that many of these people these career politicians, these elites, they they have no sense of what happens on Main Street. In any community, and so they failed to recognize or even care. She wrote that the shuttering of a store is quite literally the death of a dream. And this whole Senate campaign that I'm running is about is about saving Main Street, Pennsylvania and empowering Women and men working families across Pennsylvania to live their lives and to raise their families, Jeff the one thing that stood out over the last year, probably more than anything in my conversations. Small business owners wanted nothing from the government. Except the level playing field. All they asked for. All they asked for. They wanted nothing else. Just let me live my life, protect my family. Take care of my employees and customers and run my business The way that I know how to Latin America. I've got a I've got to close this at Jeff because we're going to have a break. But I just want to end on one thought exactly about that. That I just heard. We all just heard. From President Obama or President Obama President Biden the other day when they were talking about people not returning to work and everything and he says in that whisper, pay them more. And I'm thinking you have absolutely no idea. Ever in your life of what it's like to run a small business, None. Joe Biden was elected to the United States Senate. The year I was born, he has been in elected office at some level before I was born, and I am 48 deaf so What the heck? No. I mean, what the heck does he know about running a store? Exactly What does he know? Nothing. Zero thing. Well, clearly you do, Jeff, and we wish you nothing but the best of luck here. And thanks very much is the website there? You.

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Walmart to Launch Its Own Line of Insulin

Marketplace

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Walmart to Launch Its Own Line of Insulin

"Its own private brand of insulin that it says is going to offer a lower cost option for people with diabetes. The company says its products will save consumers up to 75% off the cash price of other brands. Wal Mart still fell about a half percent. It's brands mind by the way are going to be manufactured by Novo Nordisk. They shot up about a half

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DoorDash and Albertsons Partner on Same-Day Grocery Delivery

John Williams

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

DoorDash and Albertsons Partner on Same-Day Grocery Delivery

"Company, Albertsons. Is now offering same day delivery. Jewel is partnering with door dash to better compete with Amazon and Wal Mart, which currently leave the online grocery delivery market. Shares of Albertson's are about 2% higher right now, door dash chairs are up about 4.5%. Speaking of

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Pot Users Welcome: Amazon Won't Test Jobseekers for Cannabis

Todd and Don

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Pot Users Welcome: Amazon Won't Test Jobseekers for Cannabis

"Users are welcome. Amazon is halting the testing of applicants for cannabis. Amazon will stop testing jobseekers for marijuana use the company, the second largest private employer in the United States. Behind Wal Mart. Now they're making the changes more states legalized cannabis and introduced laws banning employers from actually testing for it. In March in New York man sued Amazon. Saying the company resented his job offer because he tested positive for the marijuana's The dopes, the pots the devil's cabbage, even though the city band employers from actually testing job applicants, and 2020 S. O Amazon said along still test workers for other drugs. You know that May and you know, affect their impairment. They call it impairment checks on the job. Well, I guess they got to consider that marijuana stays in your system for for a long time doesn't mean you're you're currently hi. Or affected or inhibited by it or whatever. Um So you got to think about that What you do on your own time's one thing, And for many, it's not any more harmless than than having a beer.

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"wal mart" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"wal mart" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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Walmart and Gap Partner to Launch New 'Gap Home' Brand

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Walmart and Gap Partner to Launch New 'Gap Home' Brand

"Oh Gap and Wal Mart have announced a new partnership and we're going to start seeing Gap home products. So that's betting that's you know, Bath goods, bath accessories, home decor, things like that. That's gonna start showing up on walmart dot com on June 24th. Eventually these products will be in Wal Mart stores, the companies said in a joint statement. But for now, it's just gonna be On on walmart dot com. And, you know Walmart has really said this that they've been very aggressive about going after brands and having partnerships and things like that, and they felt like gap was a really good fit, You know, Gap we think of his being about clothing and things like that. But But moving into this moving into this home good space, especially with a very large partner with a lot of infrastructure, like Walmart will be really interesting to watch. Of course, you know, Gap company That's also been in a banana republic. Old Navy Athleta things like that so old Maybe an athletic have really kind of propped up the company in more recent times gap in Banana Republic stores have been struggling a lot more, so we'll see what this move does for gifts. Bottom line. I'm surprised you. You say that about gap I would have figured in

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Gap Expands Into Home Under New Partnership With Walmart

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Gap Expands Into Home Under New Partnership With Walmart

"By the end of the year, Wal Mart and Gap have announced a multi year partnership that will bring gaps, first home collection to the retail Giants customers. Gap home products will be available. Starting June 24th on Wal Mart e commerce site. There will be more than 400 items, including

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"wal mart" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"wal mart" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Now you're like an honest honestly say this is the first time that I've ever talked about lipstick or we'll be talking about lipstick on the show. So walk me down this story. Well, you know it was I. Over the past year, The lipstick and cosmetic industry took quite the hit because nobody was dressing up for going and nobody was dressing up and going anywhere and the mask thing caused a big problem now. I'm a huge lipstick fan. I am probably in my purse as we speak. I probably have 20 tubes of lipstick. Why? I know nobody. No man ever understands that it's just because I have done. I have my choices. And then I feel like I don't know who he is Your purse, though. I mean, it's gotta be waiting. Well, it's heavy. Yeah, no doubt. I mean, it's It's got some weight to it. I could. I could probably knock you out if I hit you with that knocked me right off up here. I think that for a lot of women, you know, that was one thing that we missed a lot because I feel naked. If I don't have mascara and lipstick on those of the two stables that I have to have, and lipstick sales are up. 80% there up 80% as this pandemic has kind of, like, started tow level off, and people are taking the mass often things like that. I mean, I don't know. It's and the crosses the board with lipstick or lip gloss, or I mean, there's all kinds of stuff that you could get. But I just found a fascinating that the industry itself is up 80% looking at some of the numbers, they typically sell pre pandemic $40 million with the lipstick a month. It's almost back to that. You know, you said it's up 80%. I just think that people are especially women, or just so ready to shut the mask and at least feel it. I don't know It's you Don't You don't spackle it on, but it's an enhancement. And you just feel better about yourself when you think that you look better. So it suggests to me that during the all the zoo meetings and all the meetings that were done virtually that They weren't putting lipstick go. I don't think they were going out and shopping is what I was thinking. You weren't buying any new stuff. They weren't buying any new stuff. And so women out there make may agree with me, but I just always It makes me happy to go on. Get new lipstick. What's the thing of lipstick cost 10 bucks? It can vary I mean, some of the if you go and get like a do your if you go high end that could be 30 35 bucks for a tube. If you go to Walmart or Walgreens or something like that, it's probably around 10 15. There's a I mean, That's why I'm glad I'm a guy. Well, you know what? Don't make required. You get what you get is no, no. I'd be curious to see how the cosmetic industry bounces back over all because now we are going out. Now we do want to get dressed up. Now we do want to go out and be amongst the living A very well. I just have this conversation at at an event the other day. Um All of the suit. The men's wear stuff. Women's clothing, anything involved with going out, you know, even buying clothes for vacation? That's all going to pick up well, and that's I think, What's the most interesting thing about this whole lipstick story? It's not just about lipstick, and like what I we talked about with Dave about consumer confidence. I think people are just theirs. They're sick of being in their house, and they're just ready to go. And all of that comes into play. Like you said. With the clothing and the gyms. They're gonna like my gym opened up completely. I don't have to wear a mask anymore when I'm working out, and it's great. I don't have to wear a mask in the hallways around here. I mean intervention right? Because I'm vaccinated. And you know it was weird. I was in the grocery store yesterday, and that was an experience. I had my mask on. And then I started watching all these people walking around with no man. Gonna like, What am I doing this thing? It's habits. You'll get used to wearing it. And so I took my mask off and you're gonna laugh, But I had my person my cart and I went and got a lipstick. Put it on. Now you've mentioned Wal Mart. It's one of their top performers. Let's say Yeah, I'm not. I don't doubt it. I think that's still the nation's biggest retail chain. Right. Wal Mart. That's a big deal. You know what it is. It's just It's a simple way to make yourself feel just a little bit better. It's like putting on a squirt of cologne or perfume or something again. I'm glad I'm a guy. All right after the break we got there's some incredible stories, these wedding stories, and now we're going stag party stories. I'm gonna give you a couple of those is after the break, Stephen Caroline Monday Do you have what it takes to play in the big leagues? Ryan's baseball step up to the plate about.

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Major U.S. Retailers Drop Mask Requirements

Love, Death, and Money

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Major U.S. Retailers Drop Mask Requirements

"Major retailers around the United States are lifting mask mandates for those fully vaccinated state or local mandates requiring masks would still be upheld. However, retailers such as Wal Mart Trader Joe's and Costco are among the first to confirm they will adopt the new CDC recommendations. Other retailers such as Apple Target and CBS are still deliberating. Some customers report They remain uncertain of these new measures. Businesses say they won't need to see proof of vaccination. They will use an honor system.

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"wal mart" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"wal mart" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"But when the virus hit I heard on podcast sports podcast that sports card collecting has shot up and you and I were talking about it off the air. And you told me this morning. You said there's people that Have no interest in sports, no interest in collecting guards, and they go to the stores, and they buy all these boxes just to resell them for and up the price. And I told you the story of last Friday when Was going back towards home to hit some soft balls with my buddy and he collects cards as well. And for the last 6 to 8 months, places like Wal Mart and Target. They don't have the collectors boxes. They don't even have the single packs like you could go in there. You could buy a box of baby for 20 bucks. So He called me the other day when I was driving home and he's okay. He's like they just restocked their card shelves, and that's the first time I've heard of that in months, and he said Yeah, but you're only a lot of money, A max of two boxes per purchase, and they'll write your name down. They'll take your idea because you got these people are getting a look at these people Don't come in, go by every single box and go sell them on eBay for double the price. So and this is the issue, And I'm gonna bring hammers in here with us. And I know he has at various times in his life collected the sports cars. But this is a big issue. Because now you've got rationing. You've got the same thing going on in a call in the collector hobby where they call these people flippers. Where they're not interested in the hobby itself. The same thing is going on in the housing market, where people have all this access to money because all this money has been thrown into the economy, and the same thing is happening with sports cards and sports memorabilia, which look ah, home is far more important in your existence compared to you know, sports cards or coins or whatever you collect, But we're having these people have so much access to cash and money is so cheap. That you're driving people out of markets and hammer. This is really scary stuff. Yeah, And you know who I blame for all of this nerds because it's not just sports cards. I mean, these Pokemon cards are insane. People grown ass.

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Lack of Paid Sick Time Could Be a Barrier to Vaccination

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

01:59 min | 2 years ago

Lack of Paid Sick Time Could Be a Barrier to Vaccination

"Of today everyone sixteen and older is now eligible to receive a covid vaccine in every single state more than two hundred million shots have already been given in the us so far about half of all adults have received at least one dose. The vaccine is free whether you have health insurance or not but even minus the massive logistics of distributing the vaccine there are logistics involved in getting it and some workers are having trouble getting paid time off to get their shots or to deal with side effects from the workplace culture desk. Marketplace's megan mccarthy carino has the story when washington dc software engineer lori. Barth got the vaccine last month Kind of kicked her but headache chills. brain fog. I don't think i could have read taxed on screen comfortably. Loan sit up in a chair. Barth didn't have to worry about working through the pain because she got her vaccine on a weekend and she has plenty of paid sick time. She could've used but not all workers do says vicki shavuot a senior fellow with new america. And you could very easily see how it would be financially impossible and potentially job risking for a worker to be able to get a vaccine. There is no national requirement that employers offer any sick leave much less a couple of days to get vaccinated and low wage. Essential workers are among the least likely to have paid time off says elite schools with the economic policy institute. They may not have a lot of power negotiate for when the best time is to have the vaccines that they make sure. They don't have to work the next day. In case there's side effects said that impact them thirteen states and several dozen cities do mandate some form of paid sick leave and many employers like mcdonald's starbucks and wal mart have offered paid time off for employees to get vaccinated doric rice a law professor at uc hastings. Says it's important. That workers have vaccine time off on top of their usual sick leave.

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Cat Food Sold In 8 States Recalled Due to Salmonella Risk

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Cat Food Sold In 8 States Recalled Due to Salmonella Risk

"There's been another pet food recall, CBS News correspondent Jim Chris Sula Me L mix brand cat food sold at Wal Mart Stores in eight states is being recalled because it might be contaminated with salmonella £30 bags of mail mix original choice. Dry cat food are involved in the recall. They were shipped to 1100 Wal Mart stores in Illinois, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Utah, Wyoming

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Seattle Walmart shopper subdues maskless man who threatened to assault customers

Dave Ramsey

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Seattle Walmart shopper subdues maskless man who threatened to assault customers

"Was subdued by another man when an altercation happened because he wasn't wearing a mask. I guess the guy who was massless also refused to take a a temperature test. Or maybe now, you know what, Actually let me take that back. I think that's another story at a Disney world. I have two of these stories. This man just didn't wanna wear a mask, and he started to say that anyone who came toward him. Well, he was massless was going to get attacked. He was going to assault. Somebody and one of the people in the in the WalMart in Seattle actually did subdue the man in the footage of the suspect, identified as 29 year old Troy Robinson is first seen ignoring Wal Mart employees who attempt to escort him out of the store before 21 year old shopper intervenes. Police say the suspect had been threatening to assault anyone who touched me. Which is cash me outside, apparently, which is when the 21 year old stepped in and confronted now, my

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Seattle Walmart shopper subdues maskless man who threatened to assault customers

Hammer and Nigel

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Seattle Walmart shopper subdues maskless man who threatened to assault customers

"Man when an altercation happened because he wasn't wearing a mask. I guess the guy who was massless also refused to take a a temperature tester. Maybe. Now you know what, Actually let me take that back. I think that's another story at a Disney world. I have two of these stories. This man just didn't wanna wear a mask, and he started to say that anyone who came toward him. Well, he was massless was going to get attacked. He was going to assault. Somebody and one of the people in the in the WalMart in Seattle actually did subdue the man in the footage of the suspect, identified as 29 year old Troy Robinson is first seen ignoring Wal Mart employees who attempt to escort him out of the store before 21 year old shopper intervenes. Police say the suspect had been threatening to assault anyone who touched me. Which is cash me outside, apparently, which is when the 21 year old stepped in and confronted now, my biggest problem with this

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In 'Kid 90' Soleil Moon Frye opens a time capsule about being young and famous in the '90s

The Woody Show

01:29 min | 2 years ago

In 'Kid 90' Soleil Moon Frye opens a time capsule about being young and famous in the '90s

"Did everybody here. this thing. That punky bursts doing solar moon. Fry things that are on streaming know. What apparently today on hulu. There's something called kid ninety. It's documentary that she put together so basically it's time capsule for jax cry and so if you're a gen xer that's awesome like did this. And she's like behind the whole thing. Okay but Yeah i'll check it out. Yeah it's on hulu today. I don't know much about it but kidney had me solely moon frye punky brewster. Yeah she did marry a producer like the guy that helps put together punk. Yeah punked sorry so that kind of stuff. It says. When i started the dock it wasn't meant to be all about me. I tried to make it about everybody but me. But you're watching. I guess you see that. She really did kind of know. Who's who of young hollywood at the time like punky brewster. Leonardo dicaprio kevin connolly. Brian austin green mark. Paul goss ler johnny lewis even charlie sheen. She lost her virginity at surely shave. Now here you go at one point. She listens to a voicemail from sweet sounding mark. Wahlberg greg lucky. She remarks that she's nervous to call him back. I don't blame. Geez she was everywhere house. Oh okay you're talking about something else. Mark wal mart and the funky bunch. That's what i'm saying. Is she knew she did.

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"wal mart" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"wal mart" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Over whatever you bought at Wal Mart and see where it's made. So I mean, allow me this for just a second. And then you can call me and tell me I'm wrong. But everything in your house And I mean everything in your house. Used to be made. In America by American workers. Making very good wages. care what it is. Your refrigerator. Your stove, your washing machine your dryer. Your blender, Your coffee maker, all your kitchen appliances. All your electronic sure, telling the your grandmother Had a Westinghouse or a general electric washing machine and dryer and it never broke. She had a Electrolux. Or a Hoover vacuum machine that was manufactured in either Virginia or Connecticut. It was a beast and never broke. Her kitchen appliances never broke. Right. Your your mom had a blender on her kitchen counter. You can even see right now. You remember exactly where it Woz. On the kitchen counter. That blender was probably a Hamilton Beach blender that was manufactured by American workers in Wisconsin. Getting paid a good wage. Garcia television seen the televisions. Right. They'll attract aid in Pennsylvania. Out of Ohio. I mean, not not, but for the most part everything. If you grew up in America, then you will know. He's my high quality products. That lasted Did you have in good repair them because they would be around forever. They were all employing American workers. Maybe, but wages So just imagine. If we were sitting all these stimulus checks Two Americans and they were behaving exactly as they have been behaving for the last year. And going out shopping, but they were filling their shopping cards. Consumer electronics, household goods appliances. Small pliant is And products that were made in America by American workers getting American wages. And don't get. Look, Don't get me started on the whole labor cost thing. That is a myth. The idea that you cannot manufacture consumer electronic or a consumer household product, the white good In America by American workers. And and compete and get it on the shelf and compete is a falsehood. It is a political decision. To allow foreign products. Into our country and onto our shelves. It is not an economic one. So if there ever was a time To take A broad Look at what we should do as a country going forward. Particularly after what we just went through. We just had a pandemic, a respiratory pandemic. And only then to be realized. We don't make ventilators in the United States. The president had to ask General Motors stop making cars. Here are the blueprints start making ventilators because we need them right now. So if the everyone's a time that we should reevaluate the kinds of things we allow ourselves to make in America for Americans by Americans, this should be the day. That's the $1.9 trillion question. 806 100 Kogo. Does America need another 900 bucks? Does America need a real working class? Your calls next on right now with Lou. But first Mike Hancock is checking traffic there. Lou, We've got good drives on the freeways from Europol, San Diego 100 dealers. Traffic center. I accept the North 15. You've got some brief delays to the to make in the valley. Now as you approach Winchester Road. But here in the county, the east 52 8 or both, Just 14 minutes from the you know, five after the 67 no problems into the South Bay this sport sponsored by 1 800. No cuffs. Criminal defense. My can cock Koga sex Real time Traffic update at 703. Can we get real? Some of you on the zoom calls or his drunk? A spring breakers attorney Darren Kavinoky from 1 800. No cuffs, Even if bars are closed, Law enforcement's always open. So put one Andrew. No cuffs on speed dial since no one looks good in handcuffs unless you're into that sort of thing,.

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"wal mart" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"wal mart" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Have you ever lived in an igloo? No, but I'm sure you're going to tell me now that you have that you have lived in in a glow. That's a little known fact. Yeah. We live in an igloo with 310 miles northeast of yellow. Nice in Canada, and I lived among the menu it Indian. Yes, I did. Very nice today have been illegal. Oh, Did they accept you as one of their own? Did they accept you into the community? Absolutely. Are you kidding me? I bought them a whole case of pop off vodka a great time. You know you really You really spared no expense. Um, you know, arriving is a guest. You brought them the cheapest vodka you could find. That's right. Yeah, baby wouldn't know the difference. Yeah. How do you know that? They don't have access to, uh, too good, too good alcohol. How do you know? Well, well because I had to get it shipped up. They didn't like me at hand. I know Yellowknife is quite remote, but I'm sure that they have access to those things. Well, I've been invited to go up again next winter. Yeah. Maybe. You know what? You know what, but I'll let Sandy would say, Tom, go right ahead. I'm sure the duck would say, Tom, Go ahead. I'll take care of everything. Here. Go. Go up. The Yellowknife have a good time. Yeah, well, you know, way. We're very happy for 20 years and then we met. What can I tell you? There's actually a Wal Mart in Yellowknife. There is a Wal Mart Supercenter in Yellowknife. Yep. No kidding, Tommy. Times have changed since you've been to Yellowknife. There's a Wal Mart that they they have. This was back in the late seventies. Yeah, they have civilization there now, so All right, let's get civilized and let's get the forecast. Please. Okay. There is a chance of some snow flurries in some locations this morning early this morning. Partly cloudy skies developing this afternoon are high temperatures 26 to 30 tonight. Clear and downright cold C o l D near zero in some locations, but generally in the mid single digits in and around the Worcester area for tomorrow. Partly cloudy, cold highs. 20. 2 to 26 degrees and then Saturday increasing in picketing cloudiness late in the day highs. 22 26 degrees Saturday night chances. Snow Sunday canceled morning snow highs on Sunday near 30 degrees. Wow. I will be in Worcester this weekend. And just because it's gonna snow Saturday night and Sunday. I don't want everyone to rush to the supermarkets because I'm gonna have to go buy some groceries too, And I don't wanna wait on line. I don't blame you. I don't think people do.

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"wal mart" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"wal mart" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Wal Mart. New Jersey one a 1.5 news time 907. Now New Jersey one on 1.5 instant weather temperatures largely above freezing the next couple of days. That's going further melt the deep stone pack we have here across much of north and Central Jersey. At least increasing clouds tonight lows around 30. Some light rain showers a little bit of a wintry mix North and west. Northwestern, mainly route one is we have through Friday with the winter weather with the nature to of maybe some light, wet snow elsewhere. It's just rain mid thirties north around 40 central in mid 40 south to close out your Friday Mainly sunny, breezy Saturday to kick off the weekend high in the low forties. Meteorologist Mark Thibodeau, Vorhees 30 Wayne 30 Red Bank 35. New Jersey one on 1.5 Is your cove in 19 Vaccination Information station Go toe NJ one on 15 com slash coronavirus to find out how you could make an appointment. And for a list of vaccination sites in your area on Lee it N j one on 15 dot com slash coronavirus, New Jersey one on 1.5 Our own radio station, not New York, Not Philadelphia. Proud to be New Jersey. Janey 11 Point Jersey Giant Time is nine or nine of Steve Travel EAS. Whatever gets you through the night. Alright. Alright. Alright. So we got two mouses here. They look exactly like one runs this side of the droid One runs this side of the boy. You know the odds when they don't when they're both next to each other. I got to start keeping him separated. I could see this coming right? I want another 2831 on 1.5 jerseys, opening lines.

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"wal mart" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"wal mart" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"BBC Truman Holland reports A hearing is getting underway into the dozens of veterans death at the soldiers home in Holyoke. It was one of the worst single confined covert outbreaks. We allege that this never should have happened. Attorney General Maura Healey is the indictments were handed down last fall. Superintendent Bennett Wall should former medical director David Clinton both were quickly out of jobs is the investigation turned up error after error, Wash and Clinton were responsible for the decision to combine 42 veterans, some covert positive There's not even showing any symptoms of Cove it into a single unit. Today's hearing, among other things, will look into whether staff and labor issues that the Holyoke soldiers home may have exacerbated the outbreak Dream. Oh Holland WBZ Boston's news radio. Well. The new Senate in Washington press forward with impeaching the old president, POTUS 46 put forward in his inaugural address The speech about unity Well, the Senate right now Washington is a 50 50 split, but Vice President Kamila Harris is a tie breaker. So that gives it to the Demps but very narrowly. Now there's word that the single impeachment article against former President Trump may be delivered to the U. S. Senate as early as tomorrow. ABC is Rachel Scott, with more horses stay still no legal strategy or any indication of who is going to be on the president's defense team. The lawyers represented him the last time around, are not going to do it this time. Then there's that big question of which Republicans will be standing by President Trump, at least 17 in the Senate would be needed to convict the president. We've already heard that change in tone from leader Mitch McConnell. We're following that for you. As soon as there's any traction on impeachment or not, you'll hear it here. First on WBZ news radio in the I Heart radio app. Local police are trying to take a bite out of crime at a Wal Mart Supercenter.

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"wal mart" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"wal mart" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Into this for months. Crisco starts a soft with the story of a man who witnessed the deadliest domestic terror attack. 2019 Guillermo Glynn is well known in El Paso's Mexican American community. He's 79 now and he's been a community organizer and labor rights activist. For most of his life. We conducted a lot of protest. We block the bridge. You went to jail on August 3rd 2019. He was just going about his weekend routine. It was a Saturday morning, right and around 10 o'clock so going to Wal Mart to buy his pet food, and I was way in the back, and I heard his great big noise a warning. Gamma was going to share graphic details about what happened that day. A large number of families, women and men We're running towards me from the front of the building. And then I noticed at least where the women that was dripping blood. That's where there's something really wrong. I ran into the woman who is she had Both her legs had received some type of this shrapnel or bullet wounds, and she was bleeding. So I start there to help her and I grabbed the First aid kit and tried to at least tend to her wounds on her legs. One of the fireman or paramedic came until you you have to get her out. We're getting everybody out of the store. So we put her in a winner. There was grocery baskets. When he wheeled the woman to the front. He saw what had happened right at the front door. There was a lot of blood. I knew the end that there'd been a shooter. It was very dramatic thing. You know, I saw the body of the man with half his head shot off. There was a lady land on the pavement across from where we're loading the people. I didn't know exactly. Who had taken out with them. I did. How that information that he was actually shooting Mexicans. The suspected gunman, 21 year old Patrick Crucis drove roughly 10 hours from outside Dallas to the El Paso Wal Mart right near the Mexican border. Police.

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"wal mart" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:24 min | 2 years ago

"wal mart" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Your back with Mike and Rob. And when Gwyneth Paltrow came out with the $75 candle that supposedly Smelled like her undercarriage, and it sold out like immediately because people are insane. And I was not expecting as I was, You know, kind of browsing through news yesterday, looking on the social media platforms and the various news sites to see a headline that said Gwyneth Paltrow is Vagina. Candle explodes in UK Woman's home You don't expect to see that that's not something that you ever expect to see. And yet that was, in fact, the headline Now to be fair to the woman's home. The where this candle exploded. That woman won the candle in some sort of Ah quiz show type of situation she did not actually spend money on, said Candle. But it exploded and like burst into flames with all kinds of candle bits flying all over the place it cause like a total inferno in the room. And so in the midst of all that this woman and her boyfriend like somehow figured out a way to throw this like on fire candle out the front door because it basically could've burned their place down. But that is ah. Now you have to. There's a warning. Now that comes along with this particular scented candle that you know it may explode. So just be careful who is the customer base for this? It's a great question, especially because it's sold out on that group website of Gwyneth Paltrow is which I would presume is visited mostly by women, so I don't No. I mean I am a woman, and I don't want a candle that smells like that right? Because, you know, I always refer back to Scripture and that is Don't judge lest ye be judged. I've never heard you revert back to Scripture so well, I do Okay. And what I do in my own time is really none of your business. So I was, but I am wondering is the client base Women who envy her or weird perverts who want to to smell that? I don't know. If you're a person who has bought that candle, please call our hotline at once and explain yourself. The number is 317684844 forks. I don't get it. Do we know what they cost? $75.75 dollars handle? Yeah. So it's not even like well, just see, just for curiosity's sake. And you like shell out 10 bucks for it. No, you are making as serious buying commitment because I have long wondered this about shoes. Maybe because maybe Jacob can just nod or say yes or No? Because Jacob's a shoe guy he has are the Air Jordans, which are uber expensive. Are they actually a better Version of sure they a better brand. Sure they $100 better than the shoes I'm currently wearing. Yes. Why? How is that possible, like? Is it a quality thing? Okay, a personal perspective. Okay, but so that that's why I think it's like, Is this candle by whatever. Don't know how you judge a candle. It burns that it liked. Well, it smells good or it doesn't smell good, right? I mean, usually when you buy a scented candle, it's to like, make a room smell good. That's the purpose of a sense of cancer. The that is that is my point. You can go to Wal Mart and get a scented candle for five bucks, right? Right, Okay. And it and it makes the room smell like whatever the flavor of the candle is. That's not something that can. I mean, I guess people could make a case for some candles, maybe lasting longer than others. In terms of the quality of the candle, you maybe you spend more money on a candle but last longer Because it's somehow made better. But in this case, I mean, $75 for a candle isn't saying And that's the way many things are other than like, I always thought, like other than doctors and lawyers, overpriced stuff usually usually isn't worth the money. No, I don't want to go see Dr Nick Riviera from The Simpsons, 99 95, You know for my doctor. I'm going to pay a little more for that. But a lot of the other stuff. The name brand stuff, the special stuff. It's not any better than the off brand stuff. I mean, in a lot of cases, that's true. And then in some cases, that's not true. So, for example, and we've talked about this before, because you've made fun of how much I spent on my purse, right? But I contest can tell you that a Louisville Thanh bag. You have a real Louisville video. I mean, I have one Louisville Thanh bag. And it was a gift from my husband for not my butt, like a birthday or something. And it was a lot of money like a crazy amount of money. A stupid amount of money for a purse. I thought except that I've been carrying it now for five years, and it looks brand new. It will not wear out. Yeah, but you could have got Five coach purses during that That's what I used to get his coach bags and they would wear out almost immediately. Five coach bags is still a lot cheaper than that one. Louisville Thanh, I've seen the prices of the Louisville Aton store. No joke. They had to resuscitate me off the ground. To be fair. I got the cheapest one. You know what I mean? Like the chief was only eight grand, huh? It was not a grand But I'm saying it was worth it because I have not bought any person since then, and I would get a coach like every year and a half because they would wear out. Yeah, it's just it's You're never going to sell me because I'm the guy who I was. I was cold yesterday, and I had that 30% coupon. Yeah, it was like I got to buy something. And I sat there for 10 minutes debating whether I should get to t shirts for $25 with a 30% off coupon, So it's just It's not just I'm not that person and I just can't justify spending that amount of land. Ultimately, it has saved me. Money is my point. How many persons do you own my own way more than I need right now, because that is the only person I carry and so all these ones that I've had for years and years and years and years and years. I feel bad for them because they just sit and collect dust because I only carry the one that I know is going to always look good. No matter how long I have it. I thought there was a town ordinance in Carmel. All women had to have leave it on a person's Oh, there's no town. Does anybody want breakfast?.

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"wal mart" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"wal mart" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Depot, Costco and Wal Mart. From ABC News on Chuck's Iverson. They are not only arrest going on of alleged Capitol Hill insurrectionist There's this ahead of the inauguration from ABC is Kenneth Motive. Virginia Man Arrested at a D. C checkpoint with an unauthorized inauguration credential. Police say he had a loaded handgun and 500 rounds of ammunition tonight the FBI on edge about the threat of improvised explosive devices on Inauguration Day. The threat to political leaders, saying the January 6 attack on the Capitol likely emboldened domestic extremist the I investigating whether lawmakers aided pro Trump rioters by giving building tours today before Los Angeles in New York, building the means for mass covert vaccinations in New York. The Javits Center is one of those mega vaccination sites. In Los Angeles Dodgers stadium, which was converted from a covert testing site by the nonprofit group Core Response headed by and Lee and a staff exhausted physically and emotionally. I think yesterday was the first time when those cars came through, and we started vaccinating that the tears and the emotions really came emotions and live shaken elsewhere, too, says ABC is Dorian Shaw in Gainesville, Georgia. Northeast Georgia Medical Centers ICU at 200% capacity. After is racing to save lives while patients remain on stretchers were having to treat patients in the hallways and also in the ambulances at California's Rose Hill Cemetery, the largest in North America, families waiting up to six weeks for burials. When we called the cemetery, we were 102 on the waiting line and the country approaching that grim milestone nearly 400,000 lives lost. Los Angeles County has become the first Only in the country to reach one million Total cases over 250 Covert deaths Today in L. A county alone Kobe tracking project says.

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"wal mart" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"wal mart" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Bit colder outside the loops 59 tomorrow and 60 on Thursday. No rain till next week. Right now it W b a p 33 degrees back we go. We Quentin Brogden, attorney with Crane, Brogden and Rogers in Dallas. I quit. Here's what's hard for folks to understand. And that is there are other big companies out there begin small companies. But you know big companies like Wal Mart. But then you have small companies like a bake shop, who were told that they can't refuse service. Just someone because you know, based on their sexual preference or things of that nature. Yet we see this and it looks like that Republicans and conservatives are being refused service. Because of their beliefs or because of where they come down on a certain issue. What will prohibit Wal Mart or somebody Chevrolet or another big company like that from saying, You know what, not selling cars to conservatives. We saw what you posted online or are we saw that bumper sticker on the back your vehicle. We're not going to someone to you. What keeps him from doing that? Well, you raise a good point. We should not have the platforms curating and censoring simply because they don't agree. If something is inciting people to violence. That's a horse of one color. And there can be some subject Yvette E. And that it isn't always a black and white determination, but we should not have. We should not allow any platform. Sensor speakers or posters or, you know twitterers simply based on the fact they don't agree with the political view, that's clear, and I also think, As I said, the consensus has developed that there's just too subjective. These large companies seem to be making up the rules as they go along. We need more predictability and consistency and how this is managed in whether it's the right or the left being censored. Wouldn't be censoring folks simply based on their political views. You know, this is all coming off What happened in Washington, D. C. Did I'm not asking you for your political affiliation. I'm asking you for your Professional law. Advice here. Did Trump do anything to cause in his tweets or whatever. Did he do anything to cause writing? I haven't read through all of his tweets, so I can't give you any kind of definitive answer. There's some subject Yvette Ian it. There's an argument to be made that he did. There's also an argument to be made that he did not and what we have is we have individual companies making up their own rules, and they're making that call and it just seems And I think that's as I said, the consensus is that we've given these companies too much power to decide who gets to speak, and about what You could cynically say that the move that some of these companies made seems to be time to the fact that perhaps he's leaving office. If you were going to make the case that he should have been unplugged or things, he said, or things he's tweeted. It could have made that case before, but now they're doing it right when he's leaving office, and it sure seems to be Something they're doing, perhaps in an attempt to curry some favor with the new administration, whether you agree with what they've done or not that timing of it, you know, apart from the fact that we did have the storming of the capital, which is a discreet large incident. The timing of it, you could argue, perhaps at least is connected to some cynical political calculations by these companies is cos Let's not forget they're motivated by the profit motive. Sure. And he's not as valuable to him now. You know, on on the way out the door. He's not is valuable to him Is he was in the office. Quinton Brockton always appreciate the time. The attorney would crane, Brogden and Rogers with his insight. They're coming about 8 45 little. Tell me something good. I'm hearing one of the better ones yet, So we'll do that coming up in 8 45. Really? Yes, That's what I'm here. All right. Nicole has the.

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"wal mart" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"wal mart" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Wal Mart is joining Amazon and awarding another round of bonuses to employees. On Christmas Eve, Full timers will get checks for $300 and part timers. 150. This will be Walmarts fourth bonuses since the pandemic began. This one will cost it $388 Million Amazons identical bonuses that up to about a half A billion more than 70% of struggling nursing homes nationwide are now in danger of shutting down that number from a new study by the American Health Care Association. The problem is, they say rising costs, and experts say closures on that scale could leave 100,000 Americans up rooted in their golden years. Leonard Russ owns a 60 bed nursing home in New Rochelle, New York, I would say we're close to a half a million dollars underwater. Our costs before coders were probably about $300 a day per resident. Since covered. We're approaching 375 to $400 a day in Baltimore, Maryland. Same story, Dr Derek DeWitt says battling to keep his nonprofit nursing on the float is harder than ever. Most years we ran a financial deficit, he runs one of the oldest black own nursing homes in the country. Located and a depressed section of Baltimore do it says even before the pandemic began, he was forced to lay off for essential employees. See NBC's Andrea Day reporting door Dash is rolling out a new system for restaurants. They want to use their own delivery drivers. It's called door Dash self delivery. The company says the system could increase the restaurant's visibility in their area while keeping them in control of the delivery process and set their own fees and paid door dashes. Smaller commission And.

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"wal mart" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"wal mart" Discussed on KTRH

"And your country on the trajectory. We're on now, with a radical far left takeover of the government. I'm talking about a stock market crash to look, if we become Venezuela. We've got bigger things to worry about other than your retirement savings or mine. Let's keep up the good fight with all those things we hold, dear. I'm going to drill down on only three. The First Amendment the right to free speech and a free objective press The Second Amendment the right to bear arms. We have the largest standing army in the world. Some 400 million people own guns. Or 46% of Americans. This is our greatest combat and versus tyranny and the third the rights of the unborn as we continue this fight. Let's control what we can control in the moment you've got toe own the zone home field advantage, baby, You've got to protect the house as you approach the retirement Red zone. The last five years before retirement and the first five years into it. This will determine retirement success in doing all the great things planned or running out of money by your late seventies and going back to work. These people are easy to find. Go ask them what it's like. They work at Wal Mart, Kroger's and H E B. Don't be that guy. Huge losses just before retirement, and for the first few years into it will determine retirement success or retirement failure. So who do you plan to be? This is the tale of two brothers. I'll call them building forest. The sequence of returns does not matter in the accumulation stage. Of saving for retirement. But let's look at these two brothers in the distribution stage. Each is 65 retired with 700,000 saved and each draws The Wall Street recommended 4% withdrawal rate plus a small amount for inflation here. The real numbers Forrest Age 65 $700,000 saved drawing at 4% big stock market losses come at the end of his life. He gets his wings at age 92.5 million is left, which goes to his family bill also has $700,000 saved at age 65 drawing at 4% big stock market losses come at the beginning of his retirement. He runs out of money by about age 80 in his back to work in H E B. A downer. Retirement death spiral. Don't be that guy. Bulletproof your retirement income build a retirement income portfolio. You can live with it any type of market if you're over 50 with $500,000 arm or you may be effectively retired and just don't know it. According to Kipling, her with the longest bull market in modern history, it is only a matter of time until the market crashes. Watching your 401 K drop is gut wrenching for anyone. However, the biggest risk doesn't come from the losses that you experienced today. Those who are newly retired face unique risks and added angst. Since your savings will become your.

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"wal mart" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"wal mart" Discussed on KTRH

"Their business is bigger. And have their families prosper and their communities and our own. Alex Cortez went to a fascinating event called Open Call will warm our opens their doors to over 500 entrepreneurs to pitch their American made products, all in hope of getting into the retailers over 11,000 stores. It's a great democratization of the buying process for folks who may not know anyone at Wal Mart. And it's a part of Walmarts commitment to buy an additional $250 billion of American made products in a 10 year period. And Alex now brings us the story of a prey. Lean proprietor. He met there named Suzanne Hart. I'm Suzanne. This is my mom. Okay? And so its name, Katie. Sweet or all scared of her. I'm just gonna say that she's an accountant by trade. The numbers match. It's we're all responsible. So just as an example how expensive was their hotel bill Last night was quite high. We're gonna hear about that. Yeah, Yeah, You should have brought the car instead in the car way had crackers way started with her grandmother's recipe. See, my dad started a company and 72 basically because my grand parents were ill and they stayed home to take care of him. My dad was a gourmet food salesman. He had to work out the garage at that point, so they could be there for them. We all lived with them. And then they just We ship about £300,000 of candy a year. We have 60 employees now, So we have 30 for this company. We have 30 for another company and some people in their 30 years, So we're the second generation coming into.

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