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Rooftop terrace unveiled atop Chicago's Old Post Office

Sean Hannity

00:52 sec | 2 d ago

Rooftop terrace unveiled atop Chicago's Old Post Office

"The growth of the old post office in Chicago has opened up. It's 3.5 acre deck to what tenants there are left. It is 3.5 acres atop what used to be Chicago's main post office. America's largest private roof deck features a basketball court Cora Mile running track heated paddle ball courts and 40,000 plus plants. Israel is an undulating prairie open on ly to building tenants a big draw in the age of Cove it when there may be more office space than anyone needs. Scott Kerensky is the executive vice president Bear construction. He oversaw the building That's really been trending the last 10 years with office buildings downtown, doing these amount of these features to attract tenants to the buildings in the first place, And now that in the the age age of of Cove Cove it it this this is is a a great great way way to to attract attract people people back back to to the the building's building's among among the the tenant's tenant's already already onboard onboard uber, uber, Pepsico Pepsico and and Walgreens. Walgreens.

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Dem report: Postal Service changes delay prescription drugs

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 2 weeks ago

Dem report: Postal Service changes delay prescription drugs

"Out next week. A new Senate report finds a slow down at the U. S. Postal Service could have risked the lives of millions of Americans. That's because according to the Washington Post, patients who rely on the Postal Service for their prescription drugs may have experienced significant delays in deliveries. The report comes in the offices of Democratic Senators Elizabeth Warren in Robert Casey, who asked Walgreens, CVS and other pharmacies. As well as benefit managers to detail the effects of the recent changes to the USPS that were implemented by Postmaster General Lewis to joy. Those included removing the number of mailboxes and sorting sorting machines machines machines that that that he he he has has has said said said will will will not not not be be be put put put back back back in in in service. service. service. So So So far. far. far. No No No comment comment comment from from from the the the Postal Postal Postal Service Service Service to to to joy joy joy has has has already already already been been been accused accused accused of of of implementing implementing implementing changes. changes. changes. To To To slow slow slow down the mail ahead of the November vote because the president doesn't like mail in balloting to joy denies that he also denies allegations that he pressured former employees at a company he ran in North Carolina to donate to Republican candidates and then upped their

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Chicago man, 18, charged in stabbing death of Walgreens stock clerk

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:22 sec | 2 weeks ago

Chicago man, 18, charged in stabbing death of Walgreens stock clerk

"Police announcing charges against a teenager in the stabbing death of a Walgreens employees and work a park over the weekend. 18 year old sincere Williams charged with first degree murder in the death of Olga Marie called a role in a 30 year old mother of two. Police say he stabbed her to death of the Walgreens. 1300 North Milwaukee. He was arrested after authorities say they use surveillance cameras and tracked him going into a nearby apartment building and I didn't fight him.

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Chicago Man charged in fatal stabbing of Walgreens employee

CBS2 News Chicago

00:13 sec | 2 weeks ago

Chicago Man charged in fatal stabbing of Walgreens employee

"Chicago police have charged man in the stabbing death of a walgreens clerk over the weekend police say the eighteen year old man stabbed her as he tried to rob the Wicker Park store detectives also believe he's behind two other robberies at walgreens stores

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Chicago Police Questioning Person Of Interest In Fatal Stabbing At Wicker Park Walgreens

WBBM Late Morning News

00:29 sec | 2 weeks ago

Chicago Police Questioning Person Of Interest In Fatal Stabbing At Wicker Park Walgreens

"Chicago police now questioning a person of interest following a fatal stabbing in Wicker Park, Chicago, Police say they're questioning a person of interest after a woman was stabbed to death at a Walgreen's on the 1300 block of North Milwaukee Avenue. The 32 year old was working in the store when a man approached her and stabbed her multiple Times before fleeing the scene. The Cook County Medical Examiner's office identified the woman as Olga Maria Calderon of Humboldt Park. As of right now, officials say, it isn't clear whether the assailant knew or specifically targeted called her own.

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The Amazon Haul

Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

06:40 min | Last month

The Amazon Haul

"Okay, don't shoot the Messenger on this one. Has just come out with Turkey dinner candy corn. So it's slipped candy corn, the normal candy corn that we know. It's a mixed bag with six different flavors. So the flavors are Turkey Green Bean, stuffing cranberry, sauce, ginger, glazed carrots, and sweet potato pie. They've been spotted at walgreens and as weird as they sound try them. All right. Well, Brock's is like the candy my grandmother used to eat. So I'm used to that company they I think they're kind of like biting into a Jones Soda did with their remember they made those specialty they probably still do they make their thanksgiving. Soda. This sounds weird. I do WANNA try every single one of these flavors I know they're all going to be disgusting. Well, I would totally try them me too I. Think the cranberry sauce, the ginger glazed carrots, and the sweet potato pie could be Yummy Greens and stuffing green beans candy corn the wonder if they're going to be sweet, we'll have to we have to get our hands on a bag of maybe say something nice about them. They'll send them to. We Love Brock's and did that in the breaking rocks. If we If we have like a bunch of the green beans does that count as a vegetable? Absolutely, and carrots. Kinda like Jelly belly does this to with like they have like buttered popcorn they have some savory on flavors. So weird but a good novelty thing to bring to someone's house and try. E for effort. Okay. So it looks like Uber is getting into the grocery delivery service business. It's already started in a few cities and should be rolling out throughout the rest of the country in a few months and it's available through your Uber App sued us open up the APP and the groceries available. You can order groceries through Uber I. Love that because Insta- card has become my life and I, love grocery delivery more than anything and I will try Uber Uber User. So I've tried Uber eats and that's great. The more people that want to bring me groceries without having me leave the house. The better told her wonderful lift is gonNA. Follow. Suit. Probably. Probably I cannot wait honestly do you guys use the grocery delivery services exclusively? Yeah. Amazon fresh and INSTA- cart like three or four times a week. Amazing and I've been ordering for my mom too which is a whole other story that I will probably get into later. Okay. We should get I think I actually had this idea. I want to start sending certain things to my mom with her INSTA- card orders and having her review them on the podcast I. Think it would be funny. The best thing I've ever heard. MAZING. All right. We might do that flew choose. All right. We're about to jump in to these products that have been delivered. Some of them seem weird. There's only one product I think out of all of these products that actually or maybe two that I've heard of that look familiar and I've only tried one so I cannot wait this first product is something that is totally new to me. I've heard of p being me but this is pbs me powder chocolate hazelnut spread. So I was envisioning it to be a little bit like powdered new tele kind of right like a powdered peanut butter and you tell, yeah, it's. Exactly. It's like powder peanut butter, but it's powdered hazelnut instead and then it's yeah. Two tablespoons, fifty calories to grams of fat. So the stats are amazing. Four grams of protein. I. Don't know Jimmy, you probably know this mark. It's one smart point. Amazing. Okay. So I have mixed it up with some waterman about to try it. It looks like new Tele Ish. Okay. I'm not a hazelnut fan and I really like that It's nutty. It's I've tried like almond powdered almond butter and I did not like it at all. The Hazelnut is better I have to say, I made a second version and I added cocoa. Like amp up the chocolate flavor I was gonNA, say. Yours. Looks so dark. It's really good. I added like, did you add Dr Cocoa I added my. Gear Deli Coco, which I think is dark, but it's like majestic and then I added a little more sweetener to it because I really wanted to amp it up and it's great. I'm just going to sit here and eat the whole bowl. This looks like Mustang. The consistency of years now it's Yummy wally is sitting here like dying to I. Not Allowed. I like a lot. I'm GonNa put it on Yogurt. It's really good. It's like if you like hazelnut, this would be a great dip like you could even add chocolate little mini chocolate chips to it, and and like dip little cookies in it. I'm impressed with it. You could make a dip like we sometimes do with Like light whipped topping stirred into a tub. I think if you're a hazelnut fan, you will love this. Do you think it tastes like New Tyler? I don't have like a strong. Taste memory of new tele. I think because I'm not really a huge fan. I think you tell is really way more wretched. A A. Watered down version of new tele when you add the cocoa to it, yeah. No Pun intended with water down when you add the cocoa to it, it definitely helps and you only need a tiny bit of water. So just to remind people with this is it's like a powder and then you add a little water and you mix it up and it becomes the texture of. Peanut butter spread Gu I. Bet it would be good and smoothies to great. It would be great. Cool. The next item we have is also it's yet another nut butter powder but this is a more traditional peanut butter powder by La Canto and Jamie you know more than I do but Canto they make a lot of the they're like a monk fruit sweetener company that makes A ton of different sweetener options that are really good I think. Yeah and monk fruit. If anybody doesn't know it's like the new Stevia. It's like a natural zero calorie or low calorie sweetener and made by Tony, Shalhoub, character monk. Mike he had a safe. He just no, but it's okay. You can make all the peanut butter jokes you want my. You have a free pass you're allowed. So this is just do they usually make products. Are they mostly sweetener based the things that I'm familiar with are mostly sweetener based they might have some other. We'll have to look. Okay. So we'll look we'll look at that Lepanto. They're a trusted company I. Love the fact that this is like a pouch of powdered peanut butter. The stats are very good. It's like some powder peanut butter. The stats are a little higher I don't know why or how that would be because basically, they're just the same thing but fifty calories, two tablespoons and it has monk fruit. So it's not gonNA be unsweetened like some of the powder peanut butters right but no sugar added

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Judge rejects pharmacy chains' bid to toss opioid suits

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Judge rejects pharmacy chains' bid to toss opioid suits

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting five pharmacy chains failed to get opioid related lawsuits tossed lawsuits filed by two Ohio counties against pharmacy chain CVS Walgreens rite aid Walmart and giant eagle can continue U. S. district judge Dan Polster rejected a motion from the chains to dismiss the lawsuit ruling in Ohio law allows lake and Trumbull county's two filed nuisance claims the county's content of the opioid dispensing practices of the five chains flooded their communities with nearly one hundred thirty million oxy code own and hydrocodone pills between two thousand and twenty fourteen Polster is overseeing more than two thousand lawsuits filed by local governments tribal authorities and others against companies they blamed for fueling an opioid epidemic hi Mike Rossio

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Judge rejects pharmacy chains' bid to toss opioid suits

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Judge rejects pharmacy chains' bid to toss opioid suits

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting five pharmacy chains failed to get opioid related lawsuits tossed lawsuits filed by two Ohio counties against pharmacy chain CVS Walgreens rite aid Walmart and giant eagle can continue U. S. district judge Dan Polster rejected a motion from the chains to dismiss the lawsuit ruling in Ohio law allows lake and Trumbull county's two filed nuisance claims the county's content of the opioid dispensing practices of the five chains flooded their communities with nearly one hundred thirty million oxy code own and hydrocodone pills between two thousand and twenty fourteen Polster is overseeing more than two thousand lawsuits filed by local governments tribal authorities and others against companies they blamed for fueling an opioid epidemic hi Mike Rossio

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Judge rejects pharmacy chains' bid to toss opioid suits

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Judge rejects pharmacy chains' bid to toss opioid suits

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a federal judge allows opioid lawsuits filed against pharmacy chains to continue a federal judge in Ohio has rejected a motion from five pharmacy chains to dismiss opioid related public nuisance lawsuits filed by two Ohio counties U. S. district judge Dan Polster ruled and Ohio law allows lake and troubled counties to sue CVS Walgreens rite aid Walmart and giant eagle the lawsuit alleges the pharmacy chains in the two counties bought a total of nearly one hundred thirty million oxy code own and hydrocodone pills between two thousand and twenty fourteen that would be roughly two hundred sixty six pills for every week county resident and three hundred twenty pills for every trouble county resident during the fifteen year period hi Mike Rossio

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"walgreens" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

Clark Howard Show

03:23 min | 2 months ago

"walgreens" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

"The design of what Walgreens is doing. Is that the overwhelming? Majority of locations that are going to be open our locations that are. was. It's called on board that there's a lack of primary care doctors. In Zip codes or areas. In urban suburban and rural areas where the doctor's offices are going to open. In the Walgreens, so this is. Part of migration in how medical care! At the primary level. is going to be offered in the United States where. You're going to have more and more. Retailers who are connected directly to medicine like walgreens and CVS, and then those who only indirectly or connected to medicine like Walmart. Getting involved in the delivery of medical care, the one of the six. Factors in each of these. Is What economists call price transparency where you will know. When you walk in the door what it's going to cost? For the care, you're likely to receive and gave an example about where walgreens. Kinda went off the tracks with this. Two years ago where? Walgreens was doing what CVS was doing with. Nursing a box facilities where they had the nurse practitioners. In the offices in the. In the pharmacies and CVS has stayed on that course will walgreens and a lot of places has sold off those facilities to. Dominant hospitals in an area. And the hospitals use it as a feeder tool to get more patient admissions to their hospitals, and as I, did in a story I did for television I looked at the pricing at. The facilities when they switch from being a Walgreens Ryan essentially nursing a box to a feeder for hospitals, and you no longer had the ability to just see a price list. You no longer had pricing anything. That was approachable anymore. Once those spaces flipped and became. With hospitals and so having. The involvement and the design from the ground up. where? Someone can come in, and they know what it's going to cost, and they know that someone's available to see seven days a week and longer than banker's hours. That's where we're headed with primary care, and it's one of the ways we can make a big difference in what health care costs moving forward and the outcomes for people. When they see someone early instead of delayed care at hospital emergency room, which is not where someone should be getting primary care any day of the week. It's time for questions you posted for me..

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"walgreens" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

Clark Howard Show

05:51 min | 2 months ago

"walgreens" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

"I'm so glad taken time out of your day to join us here on the Clark Howard Show where our goal is simple. It is to empower you with knowledge, so you can keep more of what you have. Our websites are Clark Dot Com and Clark deals dot com. And we have been through. A real time with medicine lately. <hes> cash the people who work. In medicine. Doctors nurses, other medical professionals and personnel who worked in medical facilities have been putting their lives on the line. To save as many lives as they can during corona virus. And one of the things that has been. Clear through the time of the pandemic. Many people in America. Don't have a regular place to go. When they need medical attention. And so a lot of times, those people have sought care. For Corona virus much later than others it many times with terrible terrible results, possibly loss of life as a result of the delay. And so we've got a broken equation. In the United States <hes> in spite of the incredible heroic efforts of so many people. In medical. We've got a lot of people who start with the handicap, and that is lack of regular access to medical care, so there's been. A lot of experimentation going on, Walmart has been opening Walmart health centers. And they are going to increase the number of centers they offer, and I've talked about how CBS. Is Opening <hes> medical. Facilities as well that are. Retail oriented like the Walmart, when as well and now walgreens. Has announced that they're going to open. Somewhere around seven hundred doctors offices. That will be inside. Walgreens stores or attached to them. and. The design of what Walgreens is doing. Is that the overwhelming? Majority of locations that are going to be open our locations that are. <hes> was. It's called on board that there's a lack of primary care doctors. In Zip codes or areas. In urban suburban and rural areas where the doctor's offices are going to open. In the Walgreens, so this is. Part of migration in how medical care! At the primary level. is going to be offered in the United States where. You're going to have more and more. Retailers who are connected directly to medicine like walgreens and CVS, and then those who only indirectly or connected to medicine like Walmart. Getting involved in the delivery of medical care, the one of the six. Factors in each of these. Is What economists call price transparency where you will know. When you walk in the door what it's going to cost? For the care, you're likely to receive and gave an example about where walgreens. Kinda went off the tracks with this. Two years ago where? Walgreens was doing what CVS was doing with. Nursing a box facilities where they had the <hes> nurse practitioners. In the offices in the. In the pharmacies and CVS has stayed on that course will walgreens and a lot of places has sold off those facilities to. Dominant hospitals in an area. And the hospitals use it as a feeder tool to get more patient admissions to their hospitals, and as I, did in a story I did for television I looked at the pricing at. The facilities when they switch from being a Walgreens Ryan essentially nursing a box to a feeder for hospitals, and you no longer had the ability to just see a price list. You no longer had pricing anything. That was approachable anymore. Once those spaces flipped and became. With hospitals and so having. The involvement and the design from the ground up. where? Someone can come in, and they know what it's going to cost, and they know that someone's available to see seven days a week and longer than banker's hours. That's where we're headed with primary care, and it's one of the ways we can make a big difference in what health care costs moving forward and the outcomes for people. When they see someone early instead of delayed care at hospital emergency room, which is not where someone should be getting primary care any day of the week.

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Walgreens is adding doctors offices across the country

Clark Howard Show

05:51 min | 2 months ago

Walgreens is adding doctors offices across the country

"I'm so glad taken time out of your day to join us here on the Clark Howard Show where our goal is simple. It is to empower you with knowledge, so you can keep more of what you have. Our websites are Clark Dot Com and Clark deals dot com. And we have been through. A real time with medicine lately. cash the people who work. In medicine. Doctors nurses, other medical professionals and personnel who worked in medical facilities have been putting their lives on the line. To save as many lives as they can during corona virus. And one of the things that has been. Clear through the time of the pandemic. Many people in America. Don't have a regular place to go. When they need medical attention. And so a lot of times, those people have sought care. For Corona virus much later than others it many times with terrible terrible results, possibly loss of life as a result of the delay. And so we've got a broken equation. In the United States in spite of the incredible heroic efforts of so many people. In medical. We've got a lot of people who start with the handicap, and that is lack of regular access to medical care, so there's been. A lot of experimentation going on, Walmart has been opening Walmart health centers. And they are going to increase the number of centers they offer, and I've talked about how CBS. Is Opening medical. Facilities as well that are. Retail oriented like the Walmart, when as well and now walgreens. Has announced that they're going to open. Somewhere around seven hundred doctors offices. That will be inside. Walgreens stores or attached to them. and. The design of what Walgreens is doing. Is that the overwhelming? Majority of locations that are going to be open our locations that are. was. It's called on board that there's a lack of primary care doctors. In Zip codes or areas. In urban suburban and rural areas where the doctor's offices are going to open. In the Walgreens, so this is. Part of migration in how medical care! At the primary level. is going to be offered in the United States where. You're going to have more and more. Retailers who are connected directly to medicine like walgreens and CVS, and then those who only indirectly or connected to medicine like Walmart. Getting involved in the delivery of medical care, the one of the six. Factors in each of these. Is What economists call price transparency where you will know. When you walk in the door what it's going to cost? For the care, you're likely to receive and gave an example about where walgreens. Kinda went off the tracks with this. Two years ago where? Walgreens was doing what CVS was doing with. Nursing a box facilities where they had the nurse practitioners. In the offices in the. In the pharmacies and CVS has stayed on that course will walgreens and a lot of places has sold off those facilities to. Dominant hospitals in an area. And the hospitals use it as a feeder tool to get more patient admissions to their hospitals, and as I, did in a story I did for television I looked at the pricing at. The facilities when they switch from being a Walgreens Ryan essentially nursing a box to a feeder for hospitals, and you no longer had the ability to just see a price list. You no longer had pricing anything. That was approachable anymore. Once those spaces flipped and became. With hospitals and so having. The involvement and the design from the ground up. where? Someone can come in, and they know what it's going to cost, and they know that someone's available to see seven days a week and longer than banker's hours. That's where we're headed with primary care, and it's one of the ways we can make a big difference in what health care costs moving forward and the outcomes for people. When they see someone early instead of delayed care at hospital emergency room, which is not where someone should be getting primary care any day of the week.

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Seattle Protesters Smash Amazon, Starbucks, Walgreens During Riot

WBZ Morning News

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Seattle Protesters Smash Amazon, Starbucks, Walgreens During Riot

"Demonstrations turned destructive in Seattle overnight. Multiple storefronts smashed, including it loose, at least to Starbucks and an Amazon go store. Seattle police say these were criminal acts, not peaceful protest. It was chaos in the city Sunday as protesters moved through downtown Seattle and Capitol Hill near the now dismantled chop zone, smashing storefronts and damaging property. Someone lit a fire inside a Starbucks and as the flames burned, a crowd stood outside, chanting and laugh.

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Target, CVS, Walgreens to also require masks at stores nationwide as COVID-19 cases rise

News, Traffic and Weather

00:11 sec | 2 months ago

Target, CVS, Walgreens to also require masks at stores nationwide as COVID-19 cases rise

"As Washington sets a new daily record for covert 19 cases, the state unemployment division says new claims are surging almost Bryant Calvert joins us with a closer look in the straw that may break Washington's back. The stories came from all over the state and had a familiar tone are state failing. The workers group working Washington put on a Facebook live oven Thursday, offering a platform critical of how unemployment claims have been processed. Since the pandemic began, and eventually ended up living in my car. At that point, I decided that nothing about the system would change unless people like us started seeing down. Steve Beaver lost his job mid March. We are here today to call attention to the employment security departments, failures. And the impacts that they're having an workers like us across the state of Washington. Too many families are experiencing the pressures of unemployment right now. Yes, A. Lewis says her daughter saw her constantly re dialing the unemployment office with no answer. My daughter collapsed in front of me. Great and cold to the touch. Um In extreme pain, and she had not come out earlier from her bedroom because she thought that we couldn't afford any our visit. This week's unemployment numbers reflect a near 43% jump in new claims for a department still having a rough time dealing with claims that dates back to April, May and June. For its part, the employment security division has hired Mohr help in an effort to get benefits paid. But if we're in the heat of a battle, Armageddon could be just around the corner. On Thursday, governor Inslee reflected on the recent rise in covert 19 cases and said, If we can't get these numbers falling soon, he'll consider closing the state once again and ordering a second stay at home order. The threat likely sent the business community into a panic mode, as many of them are barely hanging on at this point. And the second state closure would push thousands more residents to an unemployment department that can't keep up with current demands. The governor then reminded us there is something that will prevent another closure. So how individuals respond to this crisis? Will determine what happens to all of us combined. These are individual acts of community responsibility that can save

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Walmart to Require Masks in Stores

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:10 sec | 2 months ago

Walmart to Require Masks in Stores

"And Walgreens are following in the footsteps of WalMart program coals and will soon require masks in all of their stores. Is the cove. It cases continue to rise across the country that is a

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Target, CVS, Walgreens Shoppers Will Be Required To Wear Masks

Steve Cochran

00:22 sec | 2 months ago

Target, CVS, Walgreens Shoppers Will Be Required To Wear Masks

"Target. CVS and Walgreens are the latest retailers to announce that they will also require shoppers to wear masks or face coverings. At their stores nationwide announcements coming day after Wal Mart Cougar and Cole's announced they would require masks starting next week. The target requirement will start on August 1.

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Target, CVS, Walgreens to also require masks at stores nationwide as COVID-19 cases rise

Tim Conway Jr.

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Target, CVS, Walgreens to also require masks at stores nationwide as COVID-19 cases rise

"When you see the story that CBS and Target joined other major retailers in requiring mass in the U. S stores, if I okay, they're taking the temperature No pun intended. We're reading the room. They're realizing where most of their industry is moving. In other words, that the trend is to require math so well then, okay, it's safe because someone has gone in front and taken a lot of the flag. Last week. It was maybe Starbucks and then, more recently, you had walmart, Kroger and coals. And so CVS and target feel the need. Okay, We're going to be part of the club, too. Don't forget us. We're going to be part of the cool kids. If you're requiring mast, and we're going to require Mass, too, because now we see that the mood of the country is moving in that direction. When they look at Alabama is going to require facial mask Okay of Alabama and Wal Mart and Cole's going to do it then, Okay, it's all right for CVS and target. CVS and Target just became the latest, too. Do you know become part of the group quote. We're joining others in taking the next step and requiring all customers to wear face coverings went entering any of our stores throughout the country. Effective Monday, July 20th. That's what CVS tweeted today. And Target, said in a statement that it would start requiring mass or face coverings starting August 1 in all stores. It's just July 16th. Why would you wait another 15 days? I don't know. It just seems weird if you're going to require it, just go ahead and require it, But you know, they want to give you 15 days to make sure you have a mass before you come in the store or do all your shopping before August runs around, and then they'll start requiring it. But listen to their statement Quote. This builds on the more than 80% of our stores that already require guests to wear face coverings due to local and state regulations. Close quote. Well, if they

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Walmart to Require Masks in Stores

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 2 months ago

Walmart to Require Masks in Stores

"Americans will be told to wear masks at more stores. CVS is requiring people to cover their faces at all locations starting Monday, the same day, WalMart and coals will require masks on all customers. Target will require mascot all stores starting the first of August, and Walgreens also will require masks in stores. They joined an ever growing list that already included Costco, Starbucks and goals.

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Technology stocks rally, leading Nasdaq to a record

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:10 min | 2 months ago

Technology stocks rally, leading Nasdaq to a record

"Like everybody seems to. You made money again. They Because they soared record high closes for a a fist fist full full of of a a man man was was on on Microsoft Microsoft Tesla's Tesla's Facebook Facebook all all his his historic historic highs, highs, and and that's that's why why the the NASDAQ NASDAQ was was recording recording yet yet another another new new all all time time high high today today of of 55 55 points points at at 5 5 10,047 10,047 The The Dow, Dow, however, however, was was down down 361 361 of of the the weakness, weakness, turning turning them them Walgreen Walgreen boots after some weak numbers, but then kind of filtered on through. Transportation average was down almost 2% down 1 82 I think that started with the airlines, you know, United keeps warning about traffic just dropping off. So you're not. It was down 7% American dad six and 3/4 per cent Southwest at a little less than 4%. But then the selling picked up and I noticed weakness in FedEx and some of the trucking companies. Some of the rails also were weak. Crude's down it out of 36 $39.54 goes down $11. 80 cents. Tenure rates 800.60%. That's pretty good drop. That means a lot of money was running off to hide in bonds today, Final figures show the doubt have 361 points. And the feels

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Walgreens Shares Get Booted

Balance of Power

01:56 min | 2 months ago

Walgreens Shares Get Booted

"Stock the hour. It's Walgreens Boots Alliance. The stock is falling is announced. It's gonna have to have some layoffs, and he's gonna do some stock buybacks at the same time. Scarlett Fu is here for a full report. Scarlett Yeah, David Walgreens, says the worst performer in the Dow and the NASDAQ 100 losing as much as 10% of its value. Today. The latest earnings report showed a loss for the fiscal third quarter. Net sales were flat and gross margin declined as well. The full year outlook. Came in better or I should say worsen, expected disappointing investors. If you were to look at the vent diagram of where Walgreens fits in. It's basically in the middle between healthcare and retails on the front lines of disruption from Cove it and longer term changes in how consumers behave. So rivals like CVS Health are focusing on health care will has a friend ofthe Amazons pharmacy ambitions. You look at the UK In particular. It contributes the bulk of the pretax profit even though it doesn't come in as much when it comes to revenue and in the UK was where things really fell apart. Traffic plunged 85% April because of the Lock down and that led to a $2 billion charge. David So what about back here in United States? I mean, this was a critical element that we all could go to our drug stores. No matter what, So you think they might have done better here they did to better comparable sales rose 3% as people rushed to stock up on prescriptions. But there's a divergence based on whether it's in the urban market or rule market. We saw urban market sales dropped 18% and in the rule markets sales rose 8% so big big split there. No matter where the stores were located, the Walgreens spent more to clean stores and to pay employees you could see that costs increase and that led to a squeeze in margins for the period. Soto address that, as you mentioned, it's going to suspend stock buy backs. No change was dividend. Walgreens has a pretty juicy dividend yield a 4.9% which is better than CVS. And over in the UK, where foot traffic dropped so much. It's going to cut around 4000 jobs and says retail conditions there will remain pretty depressed. For the rest of the summer.

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"walgreens" Discussed on Wall Street Breakfast

Wall Street Breakfast

05:12 min | 3 months ago

"walgreens" Discussed on Wall Street Breakfast

"Competitors for market. Share with Giga three remaining the linchpin of success. Tesla traded as high as twelve hundred and twenty eight dollars last week. This, week in Barron's mentions the stocks and themes drawing attention in Barron's weekly addition, the cover story outlines the bulk case and barriques for the stock market amid pandemic, while also laying the most likely scenario, the base case predicts the corona virus is something Americans will have to live with for an extended period, and predicts the Federal Reserve will continue to do whatever it takes to. To support the economy and financial markets, Congress is also seen passing additional two households and businesses of at least one trillion while the stock market is seen heading sideways as social distancing rules remain strict and reopening, stop and start. The publication also takes a hard look at the turnaround potential for three stocks hit hard by cove nineteen concerns. Those are Sally Beauty. Holdings michaels and blackballed. There seemed potentially surging when things start going right in the economy to Portland wingstop are also given some respect for their sector-leading pandemic performances. The takeout delivery superstars are expected to keep nabbing market share as their pandemic models continue to impress this week. In our single stock focus. We're covering cannabis stock Liberty Health James Baker covered it at the start of last week. The stock closed the week at thirty five cents. Baker starts here to have my recent. Article showered Liberty Health Sciences with praise and suggested it offered exclusive potential for investors in the near term I. no longer believe such outperformance is likely. This article explains why. I changed my conviction regarding L. H. Saf. He then goes on. For at least a month. Liberty shareholders on social media had been speculating about when the company would release. It's twenty twenty fiscal year results while monitoring those discussions, I was very surprised to learn that a company officer told a shareholder that liberty plants releases audited fiscal twenty twenty results on Sunday. June twenty eighth, a Sunday released date mystified me because I had never heard of any company releasing financials on a Sunday. After all conference calls normally accompany earnings, releases and participants understandably do not like to have their weekends disturbed. Unlike other companies liberty did not formally announce the date they intended to release their fiscal twenty twenty results, nor did it announce if and when it would have a conference call the sudden unannounced appearance of Liberties Fiscal Two thousand twenty results in a company press release prior to the market opening on Friday June, twenty six caught people by surprise, as did the fact that there was no conference call scheduled, the headline of the release stated liberties revenue grew by over four hundred percent in fiscal, two thousand twenty, the release noted that liberty recorded net income of twenty two point twenty, seven, million in Canadian dollars in two thousand, twenty compared with. With the loss of twenty two point twenty nine Canadian dollars million in two, thousand nineteen, it also mentioned that twenty twenty included a fourteen point twenty, seven million in Canadian dollars gain on the sale of a property Baker. Then goes on the truth. Is that liberties? Fourth quarter failed to live up to my lofty expectations in contrast to the beautiful picture painted of the company's press release a careful analysis, financial statements revealed that Liberties Q. Four twenty twenty was bad analysis in Canadian. Dollars Q.. Four twenty twenty statements revealed that for the fourth quarter. Liberty Health. Sciences had a net income before tax loss of over nine, hundred and five thousand. Net income after-tax loss of over four point three million. Loss of point to share bigger then goes on to discuss liberties. Realized price of grams in Canadian dollars. It turns out that liberties average realized price of a gram of cannabis fell from eleven twenty six in Q., three to ten eighteen in Q., four, a decline of nine point, six percent and the average transaction size dropped by a whopping twenty three point nine percent from one hundred seventeen dollars to eighty nine dollars. Liberty reported an increase of twenty, seven, thousand, two hundred seventeen customers in q four, but that could not offset the price declines. Baker concludes I never would have recommended. Liberty Health Sciences as highly as I did in earlier articles if I had an inkling that their financial results would fall so far short of my expectations in the fourth quarter of its fiscal twenty twenty liberties fiscal, twenty twenty report has shaken my belief in this company's ability to provide consistent growth well above its peers in Florida in my opinion, Liberty does not have the marketing prowess and management information systems to dramatically increase sales relative to its competitors. It's rates of growth in net income and cash flow from operations are therefore likely to suffer versus its competitors. That concludes this week stocks to watch. Thanks so much for listening for the Best Investment Analysis News on the web. Go to seeking Alpha DOT COM subscribe to this podcast on apple podcast, Google podcasts spotify stitcher. You can sign up for other podcasts behind the idea alpha trader essay for F.A.S.T. let's talk. ETF's the cannabis investing podcast and marketplace roundtable on those platforms as well. Have a great week..

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"walgreens" Discussed on Wall Street Breakfast

Wall Street Breakfast

02:29 min | 3 months ago

"walgreens" Discussed on Wall Street Breakfast

"Revolution in healthcare caused by the pandemic and the consequent exciting drive for innovation in the life, sciences, health, tech and digital sectors companies due to present include Pleura stem therapeutics Red Hill Bio Pharma and immunity brainstorm cell therapeutics is hosting a Webinar July eighth to discuss the company's Alzheimer's Disease Clinical Program. On, the FDA front the action date for Endo, internationals marketing application for Zia flex for Buttock, cellulite is on the calendar which could possibly impact licensor bio specifics technologies, a PD USA date also arrives for Eagle Pharmaceuticals on Ryan Oh decks. The retail sector could get a jolt with June same store sales reports do in from Moscow on July. Eighth and buckle on July nine overall retail sales are in an uptrend, but still have a long way to go to recapturing twenty nine thousand levels airline traffic reports. We'll also start arriving next week and could include some updates on flight, schedules and cash burn rates. The cannabis sector continues to ride through the pandemic and keep growing for the second half of June more than fifty two new cannabis stores were opened across Canada despite the Covid nineteen disruption. US INDUSTRY REVENUE IS STILL ON PACE to grow by thirty three percent to sixteen and a half billion this year with the industry classified as an essential service looking ahead, analysts say they are watching the impacts from higher levels of structural unemployment expiration of unemployment assistance, and if additional federal direct stimulus payments will be made. Topics for most Fargo in the sector are green thumb industries, true, leave cannabis and cure leaf holdings. As the world's most valuable automaker Tesla will be the focus of investor debate just as much as ever with shares on a one hundred and sixty six percent ninety days sprint. Morgan Stanley noted that if the automaker post anything close to break-even Q. to that it will stand out dramatically from the billions of dollars in monthly cash burn been reported out of Detroit from Ford and General Motors. Looking down the road, the firm expects tests led to deliver over four hundred and thirty thousand vehicles for the full year with deliveries of over five hundred thousand called. It's bull case scenario, speaking of bull case scenarios, Wedbush Securities Rides into next week with a fresh bull case price target of two thousand on Tesla analysts. Dan is updated. We continue to believe demand in China starting to accelerate with Tessa competing with a number of domestic and international.

"walgreens" Discussed on Snacks Daily

Snacks Daily

08:22 min | 11 months ago

"walgreens" Discussed on Snacks Daily

"Member famous last SIPC for our first story. DEXTRA checker Harry's overhearing Adidas just cancelled American term factories and shipping the back Asian steady. The only American shoe factory I've ever heard of his Parish Shoe Company led Take Hampshire Beautiful Movie Jumanji. I remember well Jack. Were years it great Robin Williams Flick. Also a a good reference Adidas which planned out a very nice and novel concept just about like five or six years ago for how it was going to manufacture shoes. The plan was don't produce shoes in and low cost Southeast Asia. That was a novel concept if actually like a very straightforward simple plan instead they decided they wanted to produce shoes close to where their customers were. Atlanta Georgia an ounce Bach Germany beautiful cities also great places and. This wasn't just going to be any factory. No now now this was gonna be a Willy Really Wanna ask nearly Human Lewis fully automated factory. Yes these these are called speed factories but they built in Atlanta Georgia Georgia. In fact Deutschland speed factory didn't quite catch on gigafactory that Elon. Musk no kind of branding issue. I feel like the name sounds like it was like literally AH translated verbatim from German. There wasn't much creativity applied to sh sh no factory it so this was a fast fashion ish idea because they wanted to produce close to America Erica. Because that's where lots of customers well it turns out. We just learned that American and German speed factories by Adidas. They're going to be closed in April. And that's going to cost cost about two hundred jobs. Right there relocating. All of their keeping the speed factory concept but the relocating all of them to Vietnam and China so. Here's the thing about about one year relocating. Or outsourcing factory when you're picking a place to produce it's not just about wages outsourcing to China outsourcing New Mexico at that it you hear these days but it's not just because workers get paid less there. There's other things to consider all right case in point you got to take into consideration the speed need to the customer. It takes a long time to ship shoes from Asia to America. But that's what it is is decided to do very long boat rides. There's also the fact you gotta the deal with Foreign Exchange if you're paying your workers and Mexican peso but then selling your shoes and US dollar. You need to highlight the whole finance team to manage that risk Nokia aww calculators lot of calculus and third and final and I gotTa Say Jack and I think this may be the word of the year. It's beautiful. It rolls off the tongue. It sounds like a super cal fragile. CYSTIC Disney movie. AGGLOMERATION agglomeration is basically. Where are all the suppliers concentrated right? Where's the infrastructure? How can I make these shoes as quickly as as possible and then ship them to customers as quickly as possible turns out agglomeration? Was the winner here. Adidas said it makes more sense to concentrate all of its factories in Asia and take advantage edge of A. That's where ninety percent of all adidas products not your shoes. They're all made in Southeast Asia as a side note this is a bad sign for. US Manufacturing Adidas he just tried out the US for like three years and has already leaving. So Jack what's the takeaway for our buddies over to Dita's this was really expensive mistake by Adidas. Adidas Open this plant in Germany four years ago the one Atlanta Open just three years ago. Those plants probably cost a number of billions of dollars neck. And they're closing down after just four years. That's the worst investment I've ever heard somewhere in the deep in the Adidas earning supports. There's probably about a billion dollars is worth costs. That didn't need to be there for second-story walgreens and bumble both have something in common private equity wants him and they want him bad so so badly we're GONNA kick it off with walgreens drugstore you love to hate. They don't have as long lines or I'm sorry they long receipts CVS. But they're getting up there true and they want private equity support because walgreens has been suffering and they need some help snappers. The walgreen stock is down ten percent this year. Even though the rest of the market ticket is up twenty percent that means it's like a negative thirty percent overall compared pretty painful. It's painful and a lot of reasons for this. One of them is turns. Turns out a government report revealed that they sell more cigarettes to minors than any other drugstore. Chain not a good luck and like everybody else they're reacting to e commerce awesome cells are moving online and out of Walgreens so snappers the shares jumped five percent yesterday only because it turns out private equity firms may want to acquire. Acquire the company. And we've talked about this snacks before when a company gets acquired its stock. Price tends to rise so now it's worth fifty six billion dollars which translates out four four lifts now the suitor here who is handing the rose to walgreens wants to acquire it is the original. Og private equity firm because they identify if I- weaknesses and companies and then they try to help them out. KKR's the company featured it's the protagonist of the wonderful barbarians at the gate right. They took over an abyss go in the eighties. They helped regrowed it and basically that became the whole private equity concept so if KKR acquires Walgreen it would buy all the shares. Make it the private company fix things and eventually sell it. But we'll get to that later all right. In the meantime we should talk about our friends over at bumble which is getting acquired by a private equity. Yeah this one's official and as a quick reminder bumble is dating APP where women make the first move right and this one's like facebook official. They're willing to talk about the relationship. It's the real thing it's the real deal deal. Bring it home for Thanksgiving. So bubbles. Parent company is called Magic labs and it's getting acquired by blackstone and the deal values fumbles parent company at three billion dollars. Blackstone is a private equity firm and now they are the owner of the majority of the company that owns bumble Kinda surprising that bumble is getting acquired by a private private equity firm because true fumbles not a traditional P. E. Target Company. No private equity firms tend to go after your more traditional industries. We're talking your walgreens at the world. I remember back in the day. Mitt Romney's firm took over staples which is less crumbling. Thunder Mifflin plus not the same thing as bumble which is a charming dating APP. WHO's both profitable and growing revenues at forty percent a year? So Jack what's the takeaway for our buddies over at walgreens over at bumble and really for the entire private equity the industry private equity pretty much thinks it's smarter than you. It's so true. In both walgreens in bubbles cases the new private equity owners are going to follow a clear tried and true route. Three step game plan that straight out of business school textbook all right step one in private equity you purchase an entire company. But you don't pay for it in cash. No that'd be silly. You finance finance that thing with like eighty percent debt just like you find. It's your Peleton. Just pay like forty bucks a month. It's the second step to private equity is after you've acquired the company any then you run it better than the previous managers did and that means making it profitable cutting a lot of cost and doing a lot of change ruse full make it step. And that's a crucial step. Nick you need to to be better than the previous manager Jack. And I can't emphasize enough steph number. Two in this game The third and final step sell the company after five to ten years for a much higher higher price than you acquired it for in the first place and making a huge profit off the difference. It's kind of like flipping houses. Actually it's way more like an episode of Queer Eye for the straight guy but with a lot more money money and jobs at stake and just as many tears as queer eye so true four third and final story. Jack is that is that the real you. I'm trying to touch your face face Jack. I don't know if that is the real Jackie. NAPA is planning an augmented reality headset for twenty twenty two and this augmented reality will replace your smartphone before we jump into this. We gotta talk about some basics. Because they're way too many letters getting thrown around these days we're talking like BBC Enterprise Prize with the CBD Asap. Let me spark notes. This thing for you. A are is augmented reality. That means it's reality. It's actually the the real world. But it's odd dented with some digital stuff all right Jack and you break down. VR for virtual reality. Not The real world not reality at all. All this is fully immersive virtual reality so the information which is a media company. Got.

"walgreens" Discussed on Snacks Daily

Snacks Daily

02:18 min | 11 months ago

"walgreens" Discussed on Snacks Daily

"This is snacks. Daily is Tuesday November twelfth. This is best. What yet Jack? Ah You're little sharp over there. I think you're missing notes. Did Karaoke this weekend. Voice is barely recovering. Both my wife and I slayed. I got Jackson T I got him some Green Mint three little honey in there. Jack can you tell us the first story. First story is a private equity to pack walgreens and bumble both might get acquired by private equity equity firms. So Jack and I bought two stories cut costs. Bundle them up re ship them repackaged and we're delivering them to you. More profitable shape our second story Adidas. It's transitioning out makes your shoes. I it was Asia okay. It was America. Asia outsourcing is actually way more complicated than just wages. We're GONNA jump into it third and final story. Apple is thinking about the post smartphone era. Think about him. I didn't even know that was a thing. What does that look like Jack? New Augmented did reality glasses. That's what we're talking about. Apparently there was a leak. This is a lesson thinking five years ahead now. snacker is before we jump into all that we share something with you that we discovered that hits close to home. It's kind of Meta but snacks is growing snacks. Literally according to a new poll by the company Harris Whereas Jack what did we learn eighty percent of consumers are looking for more snacks turns out sixty percents of consumers want smaller meals and fewer larger meals sales now. Both of those data points are very upsetting news to the cheesecake factory. Very which wants you eating gigantic meals and not even be able to move to snack if you want you. Don't walk DOC Outta there with an extra six hundred calories in your pocket on top of the ones you just consumed now. Younger people are bringing back snacks. We're not talking candy. We're not talking deep fried potato chips. We're talking like the healthier stuff. That's just three three ingredients now. Jack and I jumped into the survey snack style discovered. It was a involved six thousand adults in twelve different countries. We also learned one specific. Catch well the report was commissioned by mondelez global macro giant food company. Out there the company behind snacks like cadbury chocolate. Quit Orioles and Ritz crackers so take this report with a grain of Oreos no matter how. You're snacking smackers. Remember to do so responsible. Daily Aley.

"walgreens" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

Jokes So Funny

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"walgreens" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

"All right mission accomplished. Officially gone in Walgreens, as you may or may not have heard and we're back in the fridge machine, and she actually has two of its in here. But no. What does it? Don't worry about it out of the parking lot. We're gonna we're gonna go back. And if you have time just pre for the fire truck situation because we don't know what's going on. There could be cabinetry or. Academy fired. Could be serious. It could be serious. Joking about it. They had the slate. Cashews fifty percent off. It's like half price. That's like those like seven dollars to cashiers. I got for like three. Three fifty. Oh, good. You buckled up. Hear that annoying noise. Again, Jason always muscles. That's actually gamertag. If you guys wanna follow. Always vocal. XXX all that. One of them's lower case. One of one of the. Man, you know, like, Shannon is not like recording or anything like the only job that she has focus on the road. And she's struggling tonight. I've never seen turn like this before. The second. Come on, man. Okay. Let's like Great Britain. All right. Okay. Let's take in the same way. I learned my lesson. Distracted driver the other night. Yeah. Do. Here. But. Texting? Text in per sheet. You should say. A child. The horrible turn. If we wasn't an all Kirsan hit nothing. Everybody would save. Yes. Sure. That's what you want us to know. Gotcha. That everybody was safe. Nobody was hurt except for Walker. He lost his life. Yeah. Oh my gosh. Shane and just turned the base fell off the big screen TV that she has. In the nineteen sixty one math black Queen. The first army base. You know, it was strange is that she has a propane heater in here. That's I mean, seriously the fumes, Shannon. Stranded drive. I mean, how can you have a medical practice with that kind of thing going on? Shit. It's second punchline is just don't worry about it. Shannon. How's your day going? Just don't worry about. Cover for when I'm crying, Shannon earlier. Her friends worry about her because she's always on the verge of tears, which he told her don't worry about her because she's knowledge. Sometimes she's. Joe dinners on this car. Do it. So we're back at the Clayton abode for eighty studios. Not quite close. Yeah. That's actually, very true. Jesus only preside knew that understands. What my would might. Company's name is it's like I keep explaining to people and they're like oh four hundred eighty. Yeah. I don't know what it means seven forty on standard definition, seven twenty s word starts. Didn't try definition Chiba? A close wouldn't wouldn't you want to name ten eighty? I would not standard here. I'm getting echo from this. No standard death is like what on. So for me. Like when I see like, you know, the just tape or standard death like it.

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"walgreens" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

Jokes So Funny

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"walgreens" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

"Names Harris new line? Call the Quantico. It's very interesting. That's totally my jam people hostage. Gotta show this come Saturday. It's fun to show. No way. That's normally you got a card Austin, Texas sweet to have a car. Actually, you're speaking to photography right here. The same level as you. Yeah. Match nation. Not even. Photoshop yet. Nice real simple that I learned how to get levels levels. Just gone crazy. Hey, man. That's what it's all about. All right. What's your card? Coats in the car. I didn't catch that. Hey, I have the headphones on now we have the tag though. Yeah. Facebook. Happy. Chappie walls, happy walls. We'll check that out right on guitar. Yeah. Hey, this is funny on the street. So we are literally on break CNN's here with her her drinks. Drinking and we're just gonna go check out. Walgreens. I'm not the only one drinking beer, by the way. That's true. Yes. She high ground over here. I just in case anybody. All right. Let me go. I ground the podcast. This is getting paid. This is talking about she's been a team member here at Walgreens since twenty sixteen. See as chicken out right now. Well, does that do you have a phone number for the rewards idea? Do you do you ever go to CVS and enter your phone number? And then they're like you'll have words membership here. All the time. So maybe maybe just start doing social security numbers. Can you guys do phone numbers? So that way you don't get. Yeah. Yeah. Serious seriously. So what do you do Bethany when you're charming sweet customers at Walgreens? That's all it is..

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"walgreens" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

Jokes So Funny

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"walgreens" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

"Cigarettes, ashtrays ID. I'm gonna get some Arizona t. All right. Kindle are attached. So I have to kind of coordinate with him. I'm getting this southern style errors T is much. Jim. Go under. This maybe. Sections. Do we need a pint ice cream pay? Actually, I was thinking about getting some pistachios. She owes classy me on our actually rained in SIMS a friend of mine, I was friends with him before anyways brother of John Lewis. He eats statue, very strangely. Throws them in his mouth, and he like cracks the shell and spits shell. Like, why are you doing? These are fifty percents. Cool. Also cashiers fifty percent off. Yes. She always does that. See I don't remember what it's called. Made it. It's probably Helene. Yes. How you guys? Van. We're actually kill Rossa. She killed says we're doing a podcast right now. About how he started to stream every day on YouTube. Youtube. It's. It's stream. Followers. Six see that one more time like louder? Okay. Proud, right. Stays and space w six six in mad. Kid. My stream..

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"walgreens" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

Jokes So Funny

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"walgreens" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

"Not moving anymore. Everybody. You're kidding. Okay. So settle I think so what he'll thinks care. We go. No driving could call you. We only have a short amount of time for this break. So. Usually about like two or three minutes. But this actually might turn out to be the second half of the podcast. It's better than good hot. Hot takes tried to come up with. No, actually, we did have some. Take voting because it's time to. This time to shoot. And the other one was probably a little bit too close to my life. Yeah. What story about how a lioness killed her baby? Daddy, lying. Him. Telling you should just told hate Walgreens. That's a good idea eight this segment is actually brought to you by Walgreens. Yes. Need to actually called an prescription to that law greens today. I've probably don't wanna walk in there. I don't I have my. Yeah. Ingle might be the quick sue you're gonna wait in the car. No come in. This is hilly with the idea to. Not that there aren't as right now on paranoid about stuff. Aren't the only thing that you're on? And they. Today. How was that? You know, what the fuck was in a parking lot with two dogs Smith fighting at his ankles parking at him, and he's backing of chubby Chobyo white guy. Oh. Yeah. He was scared shit of these daunting. They were not scared that you're gonna eat it this lady this pulling out the parking lot start talking. Thrown away. Oh my God. That's a good story dudes. I'm telling you what. Where? All right guys who made Walgreens. Okay. So now, this is what's happened. Just whipped the reach the rates clean machine. Come out. Yeah. Most definitely did take a left turn out of the right lane. Belt thing she made us buckle up. Cream car? Look, no fire truck. Play by play of the streets of Lubbock. That's true. Wow. People die from the smoke. Just entered..

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"walgreens" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

Jokes So Funny

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"walgreens" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

"Daniel he's gonna chain on not chain into camera strap God like audio recorder. It's like a little FOX is probably like four it's a rectangle in. It's like it's like four inches long two inches wide. Vans. He's got people. He's got on phone and the audio reader that he has has. There's a wire hanging off of the microphone often audio reader that has the Mike I'm talking to you. Yeah. They can hear me here. You can hear you. I'm just being quite no, he's he's describing the absolutely correctly. So like right now joke, so funny break, and it's actually jokes funny on the street. We're we're going. We're not in the studio right now, we're doing the podcast literally on the street in the wild in the wild. We feel. It's. We definitely feel warm. Yeah. We're getting in the car. Now, again, this might you get you get in the middle. And then just open the tour. Good. A nice guy, man, Shannon. You have a nice car with the screen. She didn't is whipping eight nine thousand nine hundred sixty nine coke swag van. Get up whatever it is. Matt black awesome breach. Queen on the. Think of leaving. Where am I going? I can get. Which direction? Sober. The navy? We're recording right now. We're not coming back. Cream cheese? Summit actually gave food to bat to Shannon Saban Nate fees. Kind. Just tell right back up in code west east west on thirty nine here. GPS this shit..

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"walgreens" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

Jokes So Funny

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"walgreens" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

"Trip below below. Chris on air personality way shout out to Chris if you're listening to this. I don't know. But now, I wanna know him. No, he's been on the show district. We actually are going to have him back on here. Cool and maybe a couple months. People hit me up. Oh, hey, can I be on the show? Just like oh shit. Oh, well, actually, it becomes the list. You know, people hit you up then it's like here in six weeks. Chris it you open to be on the show. A while. He when you talked but hit him out. He didn't hit me. That's how cool. Yeah. Yeah. Pretty cool guy bucket you talking about. Diaz. Mason lose. Okay. Okay. All right. Speaking of cool people we got Jason the house the coolest for the introduction. You got some. You're leaving Lubbock man gone. One of the few people that have made it out. Really? Kohl? Yeah. Lost dude. It is we all crashed on airplane a couple years ago. And now we're here. That vault thing that they discovered in season for you know, they never went back to did they go back to I remember that clock and phone because his clock and ended new will. So where are you escaping to tell everybody I'm leaving. I'm going around the world. Be serious. Denver colorado. That's right. Yeah. From there. Yeah. Right. But you know, as much as I thought you would about it like you need to really get to know colefax like just just really just hanging out. That's where all the good people. Are it's pretty awesome wholesome Jimmy on the west side. Casa Bonita in the middle downtown east high school where I went and on the east side like the whole medical complex, it spans the gamut, and then everything in between including drugs and hookers. Where's this place? Whole fact just street. Denver Colorado lake what what's the other good street? Federal. But. Ministry in the world. Yeah. But could on X two. It's been cleaned up. I've always wondered, you know, this is why Shannon seems like she has a little bit of life experience. Yeah. I was gonna say she might have some hood in her. Yeah. I have I do have some hooded me. Yeah. Yeah. Right. I said that she had street cred. And. Kindle says I have street credits on my if I if I cried and cried. Jason also says that kindle has street cred street cred. I said that. Yeah. No. You told me like kindle, definitely street cred. That you told me me given out street cred is like. Ray Charles given up vision. Me given out streak. Chris value of credit, though, no street credit means that you've you've lived. I know. But this is what's happening because I'm negro. That I can just hand the shit out. Joke on me. Actually comes from verty. And to be fair. I've never really suffered in that way. But. Here gas at my high school, okay? I can't give out a little bit. If you around if you're around enough of the hood, I can't really give it out. But I can just be like, oh you deserve. It. Recognize it. Yeah. Deserve. So you're going to Denver dip blubbing again. My fourth time. Just keep coming. Should we start painting dibs on how long it'll be before? You're back. Yeah. Did you do that? Yeah. Let's say if you're listening to this podcast, and you can go going liking going common. So let me how long you think it is until I'm back in shit. Texas. It's and if you right will gonna happen now. It's okay shirts. Not you Jason. I mean, you can get a shirt to if you want go comment right now. And let us know how many smashed that fucking shirts for you. This is what I want is a very I want you to give me an exact day time. I want specifics. Jason's going to be shower when you like predict when the baby is going to be like that for. Listeners really. In line. And you're like, you know, what I'm gonna fucking guests. How much this is gonna come out to exactly and you're like thirty to forty six. It's like always thirty three forty three and you're like shit. That was pretty close. True. That was close. It was a hypothetical. I could've said I said thirty to forty six it's thirty to forty six. Water. Okay. Stupid. All right. Well. This is like the fifth time. I've tried this ever. You ever thought about starting cast when I was trying to get this podcast off the ground..

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"walgreens" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

Jokes So Funny

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"walgreens" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

"Because I don't have all. Very little just two years old Lerman would begin to slide at a long silences would be diagnosed cystic just a year later while his autism made it difficult for him to communicate in typical manner. His ability would help him express what he was thinking. But the age of ten he began drawing charcoal portraits of friends and people like this better if you can watch. Yeah. But we're on a podcast. Eighteen Lincoln description because if you can't see the pictures, it's like I just need to like come back. And you know, that was a callback. We set up. So people need this works. Listen to podcasts where you just hear the audio. Like, they did like an America's got talent. We just got to be a little bit descriptive. Yeah. No, we could just pause it and talk about it because this is sort of retarded kid that was like drawing charcoal burners for you know, on he was retarded. Yeah. John. Yeah. Call me John from John Lewis can't make today. Oh, please. I'm sorry, man. Who are you kindle? I've say goodbye to him so many times now where it's like now. It's just like all right. I said fucking goodbye. Okay. You're out of my oh, dude. I had a situation. Like that. Chris Mason, I was driving down nineteenth in university. And okay. So how Lubbock works listeners is. From nineteen to thirty four is a mile and fifteen blogs, obviously from thirty fourth to fiftieth mile fifty at the eighty second mile and then from university to Indiana's mile from Indiana to Quakers. All right. We got. Okay. I got it figured out. Mile long. Gel. No those sections on the tax tests where like you had to like convince the senate's failed those anyway, so. Chris Mason, see each other nineteenth in university. And you know, when you see somebody in Longtime a long time. actually initially. I saw him. Yeah. And I was like fuck I own money. Just going to not make eye contact Dr passive, maybe we won't. Intermingle? Right, right. He saw me. And he joked, I I like every MIR he was speeding up. And I was like, okay. We're gonna say what's up to each other? It was either that or he's going to beat my asset twenty bucks. And twenty dollars. Dude. You don't know what he needs. Because ask for two dollar Bill. Okay. For bill. It's all about the money. Those are hard to find true novelty anyway, strip club. Because dollar isn't enough in five dollars too much. Also, they don't make really hard to two dollar Bill. You only get one. Where's this going? Long way. That's the point. We meet at like nineteen university. And the awkward car moment that you have with somebody at a red light lasted three miles four miles from university to slide and then from side to fiftieth we were just driving next to each other. And he was looking at most how many times can fucking wave at this early would have turned off and like gone a different way. That's. Okay. What teen terrorists? I went. Fancy but I wanted to go. Yeah. I was fancy how I wandered off from the group by myself to try to go see Notre Dame cathedral by myself. And then got lost on the Paris of ways. I don't know what they're called pears train because a creeper started following me. And so, and I speak French, but he was super coupe tastic. But I was so creeped out by the dude that situation that I just hopped off the train like so that he would have to keep going, and you're putting yourself I know, but I live to tell the story. So clearly it worked out. Okay for me. But if I wasn't a car in safe, I would've liked locked the doors and just gone a different way. Turn your Musica. Yeah. Yeah. That went on way too long. I'm gonna say your story kind of is like mine except for you just like did what you're supposed to do when you're being followed by strange. Ours is like this rare moment way too long at the red light. Way too long because you ended up like you didn't have to drive side-by-side. Why don't you just like I'm going to take you blocks? Detour really awkward. It's not I wasn't endanger its to take a detour when you're in danger. But it's like, I'm not about the. My wages that don't have the I call them. This is like are you going to my house? It's like twenty dollars..

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"walgreens" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

Jokes So Funny

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"walgreens" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

"On my knees. Your knee. It's weird, Alex. Your needs to be because I like I like proportion spend a lot of your time on your knees. Kindle manning would be nice. On your knees. Yeah. I eat a lot. Being what praying he's? Yeah. That's what I was gonna say. Eat a lot of prayers. Eat a lot of time. I I pray. pray. Shit. Okay. So nothing prayerful to praise. Let me tell you Madonna song. I will say this one time I came to kindle troubles. And he said the most poignant in like, deep spiritual prayer over me yet oil to that. He put on my forehead. Holy shit. What were you tripping? Keep for this. Now. They stuff. It's okay. It was something. Thanks giving. Yeah. Actually, you know, I was talking to him about how my dad just never call me. Then I had someone text me tell me, it is this isn't real it. Prostate self exam awareness day thing. Because that would be very difficult self exam poppers, right? Yeah. Timely. Yeah. Now, I I think I put all my plugs in in the last podcast for flu shots and rest cancer awareness month. Do it everyone. You don't know which one they're going to get into. Okay. Get your flu shots. Shots shots for days. Yeah. Yeah. If you. If you are somebody who smokes than your lungs are not going to handle the flu as well. Mike down. So if you do get the flu, it'll probably be way worse for you. Really? Okay. Cool. But what if I don't want autism? I can't even justify that response. Because it's so stupid. So that people say that unfair. How do you like? Autists ticket would have happened by now Mike goals. Like, maybe you might be special can. Autism shot. It might be. I'll give you savant. That how how right in the back. So you hit that. Nice. Like, Sara bellum back there pal. I wanna see geometric shapes all All the. the time. Able to just tell you how many feet this room is right now what this twelve by eight space that we're living in and then beat box on washers and dryers, really, well, pay courses. These are real savant. There's one who can sculpt things in the dark seems so YouTube top in savant. People are looking at Mike Jordan Dunxin shit. They're wasting autism. No. We got. These are like maybe more like the Asper on the spectrum autism, like a huge range of things you might be a little autistic might be on the spectrum. Doug, jimmy. Hope now. All right. We're going to watch this. Okay. Tubes. Top tint savant because I mentioned that is a great. I watched it. I was working wi- care. And I was in the running all these kids, and I was head naptime. I don't think so fifth and sixth graders. They take naps. So we they were so sue, but they just talked to the whole shit was like quiet time. Okay. Yeah. It was supposed to be quiet. And they just one thing they didn't wanna do during quiet time for ever throughout the whole day pretty much. There's a room full of twenty kids and a sound wave will be getting made out of their mouth, always twenty four hours straight. Yeah. That's true. That is true. That's that's the only real thing. That's been recently. Except for this. Who thing if you guys want to me with the Bill slugger? I'm an word. I don't think that's gonna end up the way you want it to man you law of traction. If I if I think it. Central is the condition that person dentistry. Jeez that are greatly in excess to that of which would be considered normal. People would Safak central may have neuro developmental disorders. Notably autism spectrum disorders spectrum for this installment County Down ten extraordinary Cevantes that are capable of mind blowing things number Rainman number one Rainman not a real savant. You know, the top ten are like people from movies. It's like, you know, Willie Wonka. Holy shit realize. Just makes luck in love chocolate. Anyway, sorry, I hadn't hawker river out of it. Okay. Chocolate earlier. I think is still have something. You just got me remind my chocolate. Allison wonderland. Yeah. Right. Top ten in share to the Angelo who my Dangelo. Oh, I don't know. She's the one who did not know her. She did the. She did the dome dum dum dot com. Loss mytalk daughter dome. Dome. Get low get. Window. To to drop them. Yeah..

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"walgreens" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

Jokes So Funny

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"walgreens" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

"South part, Mr. lemming. Why? No that and I know nothing else about. No, a friend of mine college used to watch that one. This conversation. He's the gerbil inside the guys rectum. Yeah. They do an entire south park episode on his journey in there. It is wonderful. Osmosis Jones for gay experimental or just experimental experience. That's a classic. There's a couple I don't watch south park anymore. But there are few solid episodes that every once in a while, you just gotta rewatch them. Yeah. Pulling up your show notes take. Okay. I okay. So wait, did we we introduce everybody? Well, actually. It's still Smith Rodriguez. So here on Mike number two. What is good Smith Rodriguez in the house, and hey, how're you doing? I'm I hope you having good day or night. Yeah. Whenever you're listening. Yeah. Yeah. When do you? Thank you for your at least the damn podcast. Right now. They never get released. Will. Listen when Oprah's president in yeller here in this. Yeah. One of my talking to start handing out shit to everybody. You get a vote you get a vote. Yeah. Right. It's like what you wanna Ferrari. Okay. You get a for just start chanting out shit gives people like what happens if over becomes president. Everybody gets a free trip to see world every year. Title. I want that to except for I needed I needed to be animatronic whale. Because I've seen Blackfish I have like fish. Wow. You guys movie thirteen years slave of SeaWorld, essentially. It shows an orca crying Bush's swimming, separated her baby I don't ever want. Ciro? They actually made a deal where all the orcas that. They have die off. They are going to no longer keep them captive, and then eighty years stay forever. Yeah. Right soak up those dollars by that time, they'll have a fake one. Amateur. A holography and the and the like make it look real. And they'll be able to do stuff with the water. So that splashes out in the hall. They they don't even need to mess with metal and shit. Yeah. You're absolutely right. Universal studios. Type share like the two concerts that happen. Yeah. Well, that's cool because then they'll be able to display wills from the pet. They have like a wheel to pocket will biggie book. Yeah. I wanna Meguid on. I know it's not a whale. But. Meguid? Well, they had a movie on the Don in. It didn't go very well. It was called the Meg just like should have been about memory. Everybody was like dishes make. To make Donna see if somebody's name on Instagram. Did by notes come up. My they did that's happens when I'm not prepared. So is give some medical advice. Not really I was going to say if any of you guys want some free medical advice for me that God. I quit smoking cigarettes. Yeah. Because you're going to die. Okay. What else you buddy? So like I had this toenail that like. It's like I have to toenails in my pinky toe. Now that thing. You may have cancer or an infectious disease, and you're probably gonna die. You should see your real doctor. This.

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"walgreens" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

Jokes So Funny

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"walgreens" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

"Tuna show. Deadliest catch you. The title of the Discovery Channel show. There's like the deadliest roads truckers. Dirt road chuckers watch. Alaskan natives oh shit. Live or maybe it's closer to the Arctic. That's what it is. Y eskimos just like sustain they self-sustained sustained. She told me a story. She was like this one guy killed an elk. And he was like looked at the camera and said, I gotta have a lot of fat in my diet. So he gave out the eyeballs and set them on a plate. And then he pulled out whatever's behind the eyeballs and chewed on it. Yeah. That's yeah. In my opinion. But if they survive on that, and they can do it themselves. I would I would die. Yeah. Shannon. Love shows. Like me too. I feel like if I. I feel like if I did that'd be great. Do. I love you guys. Why don't you just tell me? In the gym in the Reader's Digest like all those jokes that you find in the back of Reader's Digest. She them. Could you give me an example of some of them Daniel? Okay. Sometimes they have to do with golf, but. I can't remember the last time I read this. But I love on ice wear. Yeah. You're right. If I had one memorize then I just. Sharpest attack, but freaking no. Okay. Right. You told me I loved. Okay, cool. I get Shannon channel ten gallon has what are those addition has a subscription to highlights magazine. What is that your your prescription mandatory prescrip- subscription? You know, what I'm talking about prescription prescription. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah. I don't actually that is now I'm curious. Magazine for children the one that was in every single doctor's office. I thought that I came with a doctor's, oh, I'm an old person. Dr shannon. La grandkids, those pamphlets. Dell's has billboards with that shit shit is back. That's crazy syphilis is back the billboard right next to the one that says, stop texting and driving. God is watching whatever. They do they'll be like they'll be like gods in your heart. Damn. I was looking for McDonald side. I'm hungry right now, you're gonna make me think about this on the road ever seen the anti weed billboards in Colorado. Yeah. Put it out. Don't smoke, and it's like. True, especially. There are anti weed. Advertisements in Colorado. But then it's like mixed messaging because you definitely get the pro we'd wants to hundred percent. But it's like this medicines. Great that makes that makes great sense like wherever you're going to catch the hardest opposition right next to where you catch the most active not opposition. I don't know the opposite of that word. But like I'm trying to think of an example, like westboro Bab like westboro Baptist church is now what is called the one like goes around protesting everything. Yeah. Outside abortion clinic do. There's gay people or that there's anything that's going on. That's Even even kind of suedes. suedes. Fest in Washington state like couple years ago, and they're like stand up their God hates Fags. It's like, dude. I just wanna smoke weed like I don't care. You're going to jail did this joint. Make me gay. I don't think I don't think it does. I don't it's that kind of weed. I did I got a bag of that one time, but sold that should I learned after I learned after I hit two pipes one night. That wasn't for me. I need to know. We'd. Having the pipe in your mouth is like the gas part. Well, no, it's the second. It's you smoke the weed in your right? Does that gate? And then. On the bond drugs that maybe do make you think you're gay right. Like, I don't. Shrooms poppers because it like relaxes their butts. How what I was thinking. Okay. It's like ether, whatever, they'll smell it. And. But like straddle have like Chris by doing that. If you have to snort, and I love gay people. But if I felt like I. Claiming this claim or I feel like if I had to Schwarte gasoline to have sex, and maybe I'm not having the right kind of sex for me. Yeah. I. Yep. I can't I love having sex with you. I do. Of course, just run me. Seven eleven totally like numb all the money. There. Like, ow. I just know approval. I'll prove it by gerbil..

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"walgreens" Discussed on V103

V103

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"walgreens" Discussed on V103

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