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"wineman" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Cents and bitcoin sixty one thousand seven eighty one but two and a half million people retired during the pandemic that was twice the normal rate. Now there's no surprise there. Now that's different from the great resignation right the great resignation because we had four point three million. Leave the workforce in september alone that four of them in august. Okay four million out. Four people four million of those in august alone and that was a twenty year high for any given month and that's dubbed the great resignation. Where were those jobs lost the most. What would you guess here. Here are some of the top industries hospitality. Yes hospitality would be. I would think but hospitality is also been one of the strongest. Wants to come back. Since then which indicates that jobs come and go in that industry they come and go quickly motion pictures and sound recording travel related and the travel related was driven mostly by the ride sharing industry taking a huge huge hit because of a shortage of drivers so those were the areas where jobs were lost than most overall. Us employees that is still down about three percent from its pre pandemic levels. That's just sheer numbers of the numbers of people employed in the united states. So we'll we'll get more on this tomorrow with that august jobs. Report something to look forward to. But if you're thinking about retirement where you can get more on that today simply by giving keith wineman presidential wealth in loveland 'cau- yeah. I know you got a lot going on and maybe retirement is just a a distant dream but believe you me. Those retirement years will roll along a lot or will come along a lot sooner than you think so. You need to plan a workable plan a plan to borrow from the cove nineteen lexicon that has mastered the art of the pivot. I know i'm going to get yelled at for that has so many of us. I don't wanna hear the art of the vivid anymore but you know what it's applicable in this particular context senate all starts Getting that plan put together with a call to keith. Wineman presidential wealth loveland and..
"wineman" Discussed on Fresh Air
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"wineman" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"At seven thirty five northern voice one of three one thirteen ten kfi k. a. keith wineman presidential wealth at loveland in and got some news on both the us and the chinese economies. Yeah a chinese retail sales increased by eight and a half percent year over year in july. And normally you would think wow. That's pretty good. Except economists. were expecting eleven point. Five percent online sales rose only four point. Four percent and industrial production again in china increased by six point. Four percent that consensus estimate was seven. Point eight the chinese national bureau. Statistics commented saying the chinese economic recovery is unstable and uneven due to the effects of cove it and recent floods and then scale said from the fed. Well actually not from the fed from. Everybody watches the fed in the united states. Here there is talk with in the fed according to reports of growing supports to announce the slowdown of bond buying in september and to actually begin that slow down about one month later. Fed will release minutes of its latest meeting this wednesday. Those will be comments of from fed officials themselves and it will conduct. Its annual meeting in jackson hole wyoming at the end of this month so by the end of this month and by the beginning of september we should know a lot more substantive news about the fed's bond buying slowdown. We'll get an update on. Us retail sales tomorrow and this morning. The university of michigan's august reading on consumer sentiment came in at a low number lower than expected a low number of seventy a new on the new post. It is a new post pandemic low. I should say and they say at university of michigan it's driven by health concerns tied to the delta variant of cova nine thousand nine markets. This morning both the down. The snp ended last week at new record. Closing highs prompted by earnings news a weaker than expected report on inflation and a third straight drop in weekly jobless claims. But this morning all three major averages are down the dow industrial average down two hundred and twenty nine that six tenths of one percent thirty five thousand to eighty six the s and p five hundred down twenty. That's four tenths of one percent at four thousand four hundred. Eighty the nasdaq down sixty again. Four tenths of one percent at fourteen thousand seven. Sixty one yield on the ten year At one point two five percents remember that yield drops when there is more buying of the. Us treasury notes. They are considered to be safe harbor and there is concern about what's going on the nfl ghanistan west. Texas intermediate crude oil down on potential for less demand from china if the economy isn't growing as fast as predicted the west texas. Us benchmark crude at sixty six forty five down a dollar ninety.
"wineman" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"This morning but wanted to get your thoughts on this actually rolling two stories into one and tell you what we'll get into it in greater detail after we get. You caught up on everything that you need to know at the bottom of the hour but it is the subject of my facebook question. Does your this as you had mayor. Michael hancock mandating vaccines for thousands thousands of city and county along with a private sector workers. Now the specter of this has been looming. I don't think it comes as any surprise to anyone but does it like it does me for you send a shiver down your spine. Be interested in your thoughts this morning. Nine seven three five three thirteen ten. Drop me a text on our thirteen ten. Kfi k. a text line. This has a complete colorado so coyly put it as governor. Jared polis is going to test unvaccinated state employees into submission. Yeah ordering that. Unvaccinated state employees get tested regularly and where mass. But at this point. He won't require shots but again you have to wonder. Is that move of far behind us. Why kind of winding these two stories together now. The testing requirements for state workers. And if. i'm not mistaken. This affects about a thirty one thousand people give or take. that's what. The state employs the testing requirements for state workers will go into effect on september twentieth but as he announced This past friday governor police did that. State employees who remain unvaccinated against covered nineteen are required to get tested twice a week and continuing mass. In indoor public areas he did not issue a mandate that workers have to get immunized so once again as is often the case with mandates and recommendations and guidance relative to covert nineteen we're seeing a patchwork quilt affect when it comes to mandates or a regular testing across the states. And do you expect as i do that. That will continue to grow nine seven three five three thirteen ten seven thirty now. Coming up keith. Wineman presidential wealth loveland with a market forecast for the rest of the year. And we'll get his spin on it but he's also going to borrow from twenty of the air quote best close air quote market experts. Keith wineman joins us in just a few seven thirty now. Northern colorado's voice one of three point one thirteen ten kfi k. What's happening in your own..
"wineman" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Why do i say two years. I'm hopeful that the republicans can get their act together that cancun crews stays home though. Not a good look. See saturday night live. Skit just curious is it. Was air quote. Britney spears hoops. I did it again with andrew. Cuomo and Ted cruz and who's the other one can't remember her name. The one that said something wrong on social media and got kicked out of her role but giving them a chance to apologize. It was hysterical seeing ted cruz having a nice boat drink and dreadlocks. Funny as heck. I do admit but it's like ted. What were you thinking and to add. Insult to injury. You leave your four year old poodle snowflake at home in the car and the house in the cold. Oh no he had one of his security guards. Taking care of snowflake really bad while i think you can take a dog too. I guess what everybody else was raising texas as well. You should well agree. That's the point where she admitted. It's cancun cancun. Truth love it. It's hysterical all right if you're looking forward to those retirement years. Well you want to glommed onto every single dollar that you can especially these days right. Well not means you need a plan. You need a flexible plan. You need a workable plan. But first and foremost yes. You need a plan and the earlier you start the better with that plan. We're better to do just that than with keith. Wineman at presidential wealth management in loveland. All we have to do is pick up the phone..
"wineman" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
"A senior advisor to many leading startups in the region. He was previously the head of strategy for deutsche bank's equities business in asia pacific and its investment bank in greater china. He has also worked at ubs oliver wineman and he wc. Benjamin take a moment and feeling for tidbits about your life..
"wineman" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Your choice to do it yourself or engage the service of a machine of a computer written program or anything in between so there's so many choices and i think it's it's interesting i- indelibly i see the fact that the markets are rallying straight through this as if it never even happened. I see that as an indication that most they're doing it on the assumption that has been programmed into them. That things are going to be better six months from now and don't get me wrong. It's not all machines. There are people trading as well and more. Do it yourself do-it-yourselfer sarah a huge money market managers who human the humanly manage or they use machines and programs and combined it with their own experience and instinct. But it's pretty clear based on what we saw in the markets yesterday and today that the majority thinks that things are going to be better six months from now than they are now with regard to economy with regard to jobs with regard to small business with regard to everything that goes into our quality of life now speaking of machines and perhaps a raging against the machine machines weren't watching yesterday as events unfolded at the us capitol. But it did happen. Right is the turning point. How can it not be in every comment. I'm i've seen from legislators from us. Representatives and us senators in every comment. I've seen and i will be glued to ken buck this morning when he joins you at eight thirty five because i saw an interview with him last night where he said. It's clear to everybody that what happened. Yesterday is totally unacceptable and we need to join together regardless of party and and create a new atmosphere in this country Create a possibly a feeling of partnership In working together to make our future better instead of working against each other and you know and that goes back to a basic market concept and that is the markets hate uncertainty whether you can look at the markets being up today and you can say that the much of the uncertainty has been removed the uncertainty over who the president is uncertainty over the majority in the senate and as we've been saying over the past couple of weeks. Don't take those comments that now there's a one vote majority in the. Us senate is the end of the world. it's not take sixty votes to pass something in the senate anything major and as you said the margin is so slim it could really go either way and perhaps if we're looking for something positive to come out of all of this of what we saw was an out of body experience when it as we watched The assault on the us capital some saying salt on democracy that perhaps it will serve to turn tuned down or toned down as the case may be some of the vitriol and the outlandish rhetoric that we have heard over the past four years. Seven forty one now. Thirteen ten k. F k a thirteen ten k. f. k. a. dot com. I wanna get in touch with keith. Wineman you have to give them a call at his loveland office at presidential wealth management because well despite everything that's going on you need to keep first things first and that includes your retirement planning.
"wineman" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Kfi a stimulus. Bill that finally gets past. Well how the market is reacting. I wonder if they know about all the goodies that have been stepped into the bill and another big company announces. Its plans to start making wait for it electric cars. Who could it be now. Well we'll check in with keith. Wineman presidential wealth management when he joins us in just a few ride around seven thirty five causing on seven thirty now. Thirteen ten k. f. k. A code now. Weekdays at four on northern colorado's voice thirteen ten. Kfi of carrying at seven. Thirty three keith. Wineman presidential wealth management in and that a pork filled cova de nineteen stimulus. Relief bill indeed past. You think anybody at all five thousand five hundred ninety three pages of it right love going through the. oh wait. But i didn't get to the martini lunch tax code yet. No that's teeth that's okay. Well some of the beef congress has passed it. I okay it will keep the government open. It will keep the three hundred dollar federal employment benefits flowing to twelve million people..
"wineman" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"And i'll tell you what shipment started happening too sweet and i understand that this vaccine was developed. Well then lightning. Speed under warp speed. Typically vaccines take anywhere from four to twenty four years to develop and run through clinical trials and then put into the distribution phase. This one was developed in less than eleven months but you have any number of a healthcare professionals healthcare professionals physicians and scientists. That i do indeed trust saying that this vaccine while it does have some side effects. Short does any vaccine has side effects. I know every year when. I get my flu shot. I can't lift my arm for the better part of twenty four hours. Well i would rather suffer little bit through twenty four hours wine about my arms and get the flu. I don't know how you feel about that. Tell me nine seven three five three thirteen ten. But i would rather have the side effects which of course some many of the trial participants saying are a little bit worse when it comes to this covid nineteen vaccine not with the first shot because you remember both the pfizer biontech vaccine and the modern vaccine. A two shot a process which begs the question. How many people are going to go back and get that second shot. Second shot for many seemed to have well the most onerous a side effects. But you might have a headache you might have. Some muscle aches. You might have chills. I mean nothing to out of the ordinary. But do you believe in the efficacy of this vaccine. And do you trust it. Nine seven three five three thirteen ten. You can also drop me attacks on our thirteen ten. Kfi k. a text. Line all right at seven thirty changing gears well. The markets are up to start the week. Why all the sudden optimism. I could think of a couple of reasons but we'll check in take a deep dive into those reasons. We'll check in with keith. Wineman presidential wealth management when he joins us at seven thirty five rogue code. Now weekdays at four northern colorado's voice thirteen ten kfi k..
"wineman" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"The alcohol. He believes they could have violated the law. But let's hear back down a little bit sent on tax saying that a warrant isn't needed for this type of seizure because it of falls within. Oh i'm sorry yeah. This is a car car. Communications manager with colorado department of revenue. Cars sent out that text. That said no a warrant isn't needed for this type of seizure because it falls within our administrative powers as the licensing authority. This was an administrative action. Not a criminal one. Okay well i guess The result given the fact that five thousand dollars worth of alcohol was seized from this lion. Stand i guess the results the same now tonight. The lines. board of trustees. We'll also discuss the future of the lion's den liquor licenses during the town. Meeting karar added that the restaurant can get slicker back after these suspension in ten to fifteen days until then it's being kept in cold storage. The restaurant was closed on sunday. But felts says they plan to reopen for indoor dining on tuesday seven thirty now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten k. f. a. dot com markets coming off the new record highs and some observations from keith wineman presidential wealth management about. What might lie ahead when keith wineman joins us this morning at seven thirty five patrick the whole show in collin cowherd or on northern colorado's voice thirteen ten k. f. k. Seven thirty four keith. Wineman in now presidential wealth management and markets. Coming off of new record highs. Are they back on the roller coaster. Yeah and an observation. Something you said just a few minutes ago. That hit me like a ton of bricks. A hundred thousand restaurants permanently out of business possibly permanently maybe to never reopened to never return. Yeah three million jobs. Yeah right how could the lockdowns based in science and are the lockdowns working. Will we ever know. I man more on that in just a minute here We're coming off disappointing. November jobs numbers on friday. Remember that it was lower than anybody expected. But that's sparked hope that the congress would get together on a new economic stimulus plan and it looks like that is happening. Expect more news on that today and more news on that tomorrow morning. All three market indicators posted new record intra-day and closing all time highs on that hope last friday for the week the dow was up one percent. The snp up one point seven. The nasdaq up two percent markets. This morning the dow industrial average down fifty four thirty thousand one sixty three the s and p five hundred down six points three thousand six hundred ninety two and the nasdaq up three to at twelve thousand four hundred and ninety six I'm okay ask yourself with regard to what gail just set. Hundred thousand restaurants possibly permanently Out of business nationwide ask yourself..
"wineman" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Wasn't magnetic nor was it solid. He said it pretty much sounds like a cardboard box when he knocked on it. He also shared step by step instructions for the drive out to the monolith. He told cnn in an email at the end of the day extraterrestrial or made through artistic expression the monolith provided an opportunity for thousands of people to rally behind something positive again. It was a good escape from all the negativity we've experienced in twenty twenty but yeah just as mysteriously as that monolith peered it has returned to the mothership or places unknown this according to the utah bureau of land management apparently the monolith exited stage left to sometime on friday night. And i think they're very happy about that because sadly as people are prone to do. Let's just say the. I'm not sure it was thousands but the many that did track to this remote area in southeastern utah to see this well equivalent of cardboard box while present. How one person describe it. Unfortunately well they didn't subscribe to leaving nothing but footprints behind. Yeah they pretty much. Trust the area which is really really too bad. Seven twenty nine now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten kfi k. A. dot com northern colorado's voice. Well another covid. Nineteen vaccine will likely be available in just a matter of weeks. But there may be a hitch in the public's its willingness to use them heath wineman presidential wealth management ways in in just a few closing in on seven thirty now. Thirteen ten kfi k. Code now weekdays at four northern colorado's voice thirteen ten kfi k. The good news another covid nineteen vaccine likely will be available in a few weeks the bad news our willingness to accept it is in question. Keith wineman presidential wealth management din. Hey this is pretty interesting. We'll get to see how this plays out. Moderna now says its covid. Nineteen vaccine is ninety four percent effective and it will request emergency clearance from the d. a. Today pfizer did the same thing on november the twentieth both to dose vaccines shall be available for use by.
"wineman" Discussed on WJR 760
"Comes. Don't talk 870,000 workers filed for first time claims for unemployment benefits in the U. S. Up slightly from the previous week. Weekly claims are about four times higher than they were before the pandemic began. A family of Briana Taylor says a Kentucky grand Juries lack of homicide charges against the police officers who fatally shot Taylor is outrageous and offensive to her memory. To Louisville police officers were shot and wounded by protesters. Police say they have a suspect in custody. The Detroit protest following the decision in the Taylor case in Louisville. Was peaceful to Louisville officers were shot and wounded, though Detroit police chief James Craig, I and our folks will not support this mob mentality. Criminals who are embedded to do what direct violence to our police officer. Destroy property. No tolerance for that. Yes, Peaceful protesters are there right? But instigating violence. Violence is not right. State police continue their investigation into the hit and run death of a road construction worker on I'm not afford this week, even though the driver has turned himself in. Here's W. J. R's can wriggle ski with Mohr. The vehicle was processed for evidence, Lieutenant Mike Shaw was asked what type of evidence they're looking for people trying to trace evidence that outside of the vehicle to vehicle damage to the vehicle. So it's pretty lieutenant was asked if he's pretty sure this is the right driver never looked pretty sure, sure pointed in that direction and no, usually people don't turn themselves in things that they weren't part of arraignment pending. Can wriggle SKI W J R news, not petition signatures have been a collective to block the power of the governor to make executive orders like the ones that shut down the state's economy, according to the petition organizer's Early voting starts today. In Michigan, you Khun vote at your local clerks office. The governor has issued an executive order that the state become carbon neutral by the year 2050. The former mayor of New York, Mike Bloomberg has paid about $16 million in Florida in an effort to help convicted Florida Fillon's pay court fees and other expenses so they can become eligible to vote. President Trump went after Bloomberg on Fox News Radio. He's dying to get back into the Democrat Party, so he's putting up money. But the problem is, it's totally illegal. What he did will there be a twin de McCarron a virus and flew at the same time? Health officials are concerned. Dr. Allison Wineman, infectious disease doctor at the Henry Ford health System, says flu combined with the CVI would be a serious setback. Not a perfect vaccine. That's really important that people go out and get their vaccine this year because we don't want to see as you said that twinned Emmick. We don't want to see people getting covert and flew together. And that makes us very worried. He was on with Paul W. Doctor. 11 says it takes about two weeks for a flu shot to have full effect on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrials are down four points. The NASDAQ is up by 49. I'm Dick Avery Jr News Mohr coming up with Chris Runway. Often imitated, Never duplicated. Buddy's pizza is celebrating 74 years..
"wineman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I'm Charlie Pelant. It is down Friday Final trading day of the month. Stocks are falling a middle cell off in giant oil producers. Exxon Mobil, for example. Down by 9/10 of 1%. Chevron Down by 4.5% P, down 21 down now by 7/10 down down to 75 down 1% and stock is down five points, a drop of less than 1/10 of 1%. 10 year yield 100.55%. I'm Charlie, that is a Bloomberg business Flash. I spoke with Washington Secretary of State Kim Wineman. I'm Kevin surly, of course, chief Washington correspondent for Bloomberg Television and Radio. I'm filling in for David Westin today, but I spoke with Washington Secretary of State Kim Lyman about the challenges we could be facing with mail in voting this fall. It's a huge story. That we're all on the brink of because Washington is one of five states that conduct elections entirely by mail. We talked about her concerns with nationwide mail in voting and her prediction on when We will get results. Hint. Teaser. It might not be on election night. But first I asked her how mail in voting works. Take a listen In Washington state. We are a vote by email state, which means that every registered voter whenever they are eligible to participate in an election is automatically sent a ballot about 20 days before election day, and they can return it during that window, and they just have to have it postmarked by eight o'clock collection. I haven't counted. You are a Republican. The two senators representing your state or Democrats, that governor is the Democrat. Many Republicans that I've spoken with have concerns about mail in voting. Do you share those concerns? Well, you know, certainly always concerned about instilling confidence in our electorate that our election is fair, inaccessible and safe and secure with that said. My concerns really are how states are going to be able Tio trans transition from really low absentee ballots that they process to having very high number. Because here in Washington state, it took almost 20 years for us to fully trans, you know, transition from whole place Voting Tio motorhome. 20 years. When did it go into effect? It was an evolution. It started in 1993 when we allowed any voter to be a permanent absentee voter by 2000 for about 60% 6 and 10 of our voters received a ballot by mail by choice, and we had the closest governor's race in the country's history. That We're so in 2005. Our Legislature allowed us to move to vote by mail by county and from 2005 to 2011. All of our our county's did migrate over but it took legislative change will make the last one go over. So we became completely built by mail in 2011. You just told me that it's 20 years for an entire state moves and Ellen Boating here we are just around the corner from Election Day. Do you think that there's enough time for the rest of the country to catch up to where Washington State is? I don't think there's enough time for every state to completely moved to vote by mail. I think that's an unrealistic a choice. I think that each state is going to have some sort of hybrid model that will have varying degrees of voting in person and voting at home. And that's really what we should be striving for is what is a cop what they can accomplish and how they can get there. Is it more expensive to do this for states and for the country, or is it less expensive in the long run? It's a tough one to answer because it is just going to take more resource is so when you look at a state like Tennessee or Louisiana that's used to having you know 2 to 3 per cent of their balance, returned by mail for them to scale up to 50% or 75% of their ballots. Being returned by mail is going to take a lot of money, a lot of time and a lot of resource is Teo to make that happen successfully, and we're running out of the time. Peace. Even if Congress gives those states money right now, I'm not sure they have enough time to acquire the equipment and supplies. They need to be successful in voting by mail, or do you think the USPS could handle the influx of ballots that air going, Teo be happening and have to be counted Come November 3rd. Well, remember the USPS. That is their business, and that's their business model. So they're used to dealing with hundreds of million's, if not billions of pieces of mail every day across the country. So even even if every single states fun up, complete vote by mail for their world is really a normal business. And it's more whether the state election offices have the ability to be able to get their system built up for vote by mail rather than the post office. Casting a mail in ballot. It might seem antiquated to some folks especially is around the world. Other countries air looking at maybe using cyber clearly, cyber presents security challenges and other risks. But in the long term is mail in voting. Really, the way to go. Oh, mail in voting is certainly antiquated by the modern era standards of the Internet, But with that said, we have a higher bar. We have to be able to convince the losing candidate in an election that the election was legitimate and fair and and accurate. And so you know, paper is a really good way to do that. And I think you've seen it certainly in the modern era with states that have touchscreen voting devices, they come under fire because their entire audit trail is Elektronik. So if we're going to get into it contestant election in my state, you can at least hold up a paper ballot and argue about that, and we've been there in the closest governor's race in the country's history. People are not rational when you are in a close governor's razor close presidential race experience has shown and so you have to have something that that at least is tangible and an electron ic environment or, you know, doing an Internet voting model or even email ballot attachments. Now you're arguing of over lines. Of code and that that's not a good place. Tio Target from secretary Woman How is this going to impact How Americans find out who won their election on Election Day? Well, one of my biggest concerns right now, On top of all of the others is that a large number of mail in ballots are going to be coming into states, even including mine election week, and that's going to slow down processing. So in Washington, for example, half of our ballots come in on the Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of election Week because we have a postmark requirement. As long as the voter gets a postmark before Election Day or on election day, we can count the ballots..
"wineman" Discussed on WJR 760
"I wish you weren't so busy doctor Wineman, but I know you are in this area of infectious disease. Good morning. Good morning and thank you very much for the invitation to come on the show. That's our pleasure. We're gonna learn something together. Let's get right at it. I'm going to name a few activities and you're going to tell me if it's a high, medium or low risk and whether you would do it or not, or or whether you would suggest our listeners do it or not. The 1st 1 I think of is in fact, going out to a restaurant. Yeah. So that is a definite no, for me. Certainly indoors. No. And you know, in the new normal as Justus, you very clearly stated, everything is has to be felt about in terms of risk. So the safest activities staying home and being socially isolated, and you know, it's beautiful Summers. You said. We all need to get out. We need to exercise. We need to have some socialization. Some of us need to work. So we need to make each activity is safest possible Restaurants dining in. Absolutely I would not. I don't think that's safe to take off your mask to eat. Even if your master when you're inside, So takeout is great. I think we should support our local restaurants. But take it home and eat at your house or eat in your backyard. I'm just guessing doctor Wineman that we're not going to see you then sitting at a bar drinking at a bar. Giving someone your astrological sign. Actually, you probably didn't do it. You probably didn't do that prick over 19. But you're certainly not going to do it now are you know, but most sounds pretty good round about now, but I'll be doing that at home. Not at 7 49 in the morning, Doc. I'm going to talk. Yes, it's five. Even doctors say it's five o'clock somewhere. I'm going to talk you off the ledge, Doc. No. Moses until afternoon. All right. What? What about family and friends? If it's a small little group for a little backyard barbecue, you at least outside Yeah, I think that their ways to do that I would limit that in a very small number of people on and again, Each person has to look at. Not only it's the overall risk but their own respect. Er's so people that are older people that have underlying heart or lung conditions who are diabetic. Who on dialysis? These people need to be especially careful. So if I was going to go to a backyard event, I'd have it with a very small group of people, maybe from one household social distancing masking When not eating, I would either have individually served food. So that everybody had their own food and we're not sharing food dishes bus stays would be would be not favored, because people tend to lean over them and handle different utensil. Preferably only one person serving. If there's somebody to serve and has the same social distancing should be maintained. By the way. Han Hye jin is serving thing is an important one. You know, it's like when you're on a cruise ship or at a buffet. So many people touch the forks and the spoons. To dish out the food. That's just bad. You gotta have one person in charge, and nobody else touched that two utensil. That's at least one way to get around it with what we've heard So much were with Dr Allison Wineman, Henry Ford Health System Infectious. Disease specialist going to church hasbeen. People are getting back to church. And if you're in the choir that's always seemed like a great thing. But right now singing in a choir Projecting the airborne droplets. I would imagine it's not such a good thing. Yes, you're quite right. That's also very high risk activity, So I know a lot of churches, synagogues and mosques have gone to virtual, which is a great idea. I know it's not the same, but it is certainly a substitute. I think that is a high risk activity to be in a church and certainly to be singing. So I actually singing in a choir is well and we have suspended all of our activities. Thea unfortunate thing about Zoom and other virtual ways of communicating is acquired can't sing because of the lag time, So it's very frustrating for those of us that like to sing, But right now, that is not a safe activity to do because even though we say social distancing for six feet for normal speech For singing. You're projecting so well. And so you know, we're taught to breathe and project that Khun go, you know, 30 or 60 feet or more. I heard an estimate so, even with a mask on that would not be considered safe indoors. Is it safe to, for example, maybe rent a vacation house. I think that's what that could be a lower risk activity depending on what you do there, So remember, this is not a big mystery. We know how this disease is transmitted it lots of contact with lots of people and the respiratory chocolates. So surfaces are worried. So if you're going to, you know, rent an Airbnb or go to a hotel. I would wipe everything down and remain socially isolated as much as you can. If you're going to prepare your meals where you're saying gone grocery shop with a mask, using hand hygiene, making sure that you wash your hands after you are Anywhere public and that your mask is always in place covering your nose and mouth on DH. Then if you are going to go somewhere, then you might take out food from a restaurant and eat it back at your place. Or or if I was at a hotel, I would do room service rather than eating in a restaurant. So it's okay to stay at a hotel. You know again, Everything's just risk. So that is certainly whisky, Er, then staying at home and probably riskier than renting a house or cottage because just more people involved coming into your room. So there's a housekeeper coming in your room. There people you're dealing with at the front desk. You're passing your credit card to somebody. Hopefully, that's all. You're handling your credit card yourself. But again, everything has risked to it unless you're staying at home. So there are ways to vacation. One thing that I would not do is a cruise. You don't want any confined area with a large number of people. But if you are going to go leave your home and go on vacation. Airways to do it. A long plane flight, for example, would be a high risk activity. But if you could drive somewhere and make minimal stops along the way, and if you used a public rest area, which most of us would need to do if you take a long car drives And what I would recommend is masking at all times waiting until the line goes away..
"wineman" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Now, we told you this morning as we were waiting. The latest report on the economy. This morning at six thirty things a little bit busy after that. But yeah, those numbers have come in pre-t ugly picture but. Not, totally as bad as expected because the first reading before these numbers came out from the Commerce Department's second quarter Gross Domestic Product. It was estimated to show a plunge at an annual rate of thirty four point. One percent while those numbers did come in at six, thirty, five this morning. The economy shrunk at a seasonally adjusted annualized rate, and I'll tell you what we'll have. Keith Wineman, presidential wealth management in right around seven, thirty, five breakdown that Word Salad. But the economy did shrink at a seasonally adjusted annualized rate of thirty two point nine percent this during the second quarter of twenty twenty as the first wave, the coronavirus pandemic spurred an economic collapse this according to a piece out of the hill of record breaking speed and size. Now between April and June US roast domestic product shrunk at a pace that would have wiped out roughly a third of the value of the economy if extended over twelve months now, this according. To, the Commerce Department's advance estimate of second-quarter growth, it is though though it came in less than expected again, you had the analysts expecting that plunge to be thirty, four point, one percent did come in at thirty, two, point, nine percent. Still. A fairly devastating. But. It is the largest one quarter plunged in economic growth since the federal government began reporting quarterly GDP data. So again, we'll. Have Keith wineman presidential wealth management way in with little bit of analysis on what this actually means. When he joins us at seven, thirty, five, seven, twenty, eight, now, thirteen ten. KFI. Am Thirteen ten KFI A dot com. All right. We've also got some local news to get into this morning. This has greely is Haas. to offer scheduled sessions actually beginning today. And a surge in Corona. Virus. Cases Causes Colorado State University their football team to put their workouts on pause meanwhile on Chasa. Coming out as expected with. Well, at least a partial announcement of what sports are going to look like this as a boys' golf tennis and softball will begin in August, so we're going to get into that. In just a few as well, but coming up at eight. Oh, five looking forward to our conversation with Bob, Schaffer Bob Schaffer, headmaster of Liberty Common, school, Liberty, common, high, school in Fort, Collins. We've been working through all of the planning. And, all of the adjustments that so many school districts Particularly, we've been focusing on those districts to include Greeley Evans School District Sex. Severance Windsor while the list goes on and on Putin School district, we've been focusing on those districts in northern Colorado as. They're trying desperately to get students back into the classroom in some form shape or fashion most of them adopting a hybrid model but. Everyone from students to teachers to parents. Everyone is a bit on edge tock of A teachers strike. If certain demands.
"wineman" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up
"It is a mishmash especially since now mid American citizen. I did that. So I could vote and elections here. But I think that a lot of the way that I think about the world is defined by the fact that I was an immigrant. So that is not even like Creon or Canadian it is sort of the experience of having a home life. That is very. Different from your friends home lives of speaking languages that are different of sort of walking between two different worlds every day. And how old were you? When you learned how to speak English. So I was Ford. I I went to school on it didn't speak English, actually. So an interesting. Yeah. All the kids whenever something bad happened. They would blame it on me. Because I couldn't say that it wasn't me. And so that was back in the day when you still had to sit in the corner, if you did something bad like on the naughty. Matt, exactly. And so I spent a lot of time in the corner by myself the first year, well, were you plotting out? You're like homemade gonna get into Princeton. I mean, all of these are the kinds of stories that it's not like it was served up for you. Or someone was showing you the way. No. But I think that every step there was someone who cared. And I think that was an important thing for me so in that classroom. His name was action, Mr. twine men might kindergarten teacher, and he really just took an interest in me. And actually when I learned how to speak English a chain. My name from hero song. I started just telling everybody that I was Jane. And so so American Jane was literally from the deacon Jane buckets like I just wanted something that was not at all different. Because I didn't at that stage want to be different. And so my parents went in for teacher parent conference, and you know, Mr. wineman start talking about Jane, and they were like who. Awesome. And so were there other teachers who helped shape your you said that people believed in us at your parents? I think it is. Well, my parents my, you know, various teachers along the way even a really small, but important thing is that I didn't know that you had to take the SAT's to apply to American school. So I had a cousin outside of Princeton who sent me an application, and I went to take SAT's and did not know yet to pay for it. And so I almost couldn't take them. I was there by myself. My parents had a seven eleven stores, so they were working all days a week eleven hours a day. And this person behind me, this nice man said, hey, I will pay for the tease. Here's my address. Just have your parents. Write me a checks amazing. Yeah. It was. So surprised restores your faith in humanity. Like how people should be. I know I've actually looked back to see if there's any way could track that person down just to say like look. What a huge difference. You just buy one small moment of kindness, and he didn't have to be if you think about it. I was you know, competing against his child. That's amazing of that bots in a school. Like today. People go crazy over that Hina thing brings out the worst in PB L. So I read about your dad is this story true. Obviously, it's true. But I'm kind of like blown away by that. He went home from school like told me that start. Okay. So he grew up on his own which makes it really fun to have him as a grandfather. Like when I was having him bathed my kids. He's like, oh, I only had to take a bath once a year and the river, and it's like well dad we have running water now. So they can take a bath more than once a year. But he grew up on his own because he lost his parents when the border between north and South Korea went up and on that day. He since that day, he has not seen his parents or his brother and sister who are in the north. And then there were three kids in the south..
"wineman" Discussed on Slate's Live at Politics and Prose
"Oh, really? And she was actually there at the fire which turned out to also be on her birthday. Oh, so what was her name Dorothy, hell filled? So I was basically wondering if you interviewed any and she's not alive anymore. But I was wondering if you interviewed people librarians who were actually. Oh, yes. Yeah. Well, there are still is. There were still three librarians working currently who had been at the fire the day of the fire. And then I also interviewed a lot of retired librarians because much of what I write about is their experience we had an experience as the public losing a library. They had an experience, and I suspect this was true of your mother of being devastated. The city of Los Angeles brought in a grief counselor to work with the librarians they were really traumatized. They saw you know, library collections. Don't just appear. They're they're developed by the librarians and they get very engaged with their patrons. And for them. They had no idea when the library would ever reopen if it would ever reopen. If the damage books would be saved. There was a question of whether the arsonist was someone on staff. I mean, it was a terrible time a number of marriages ended. During the aftermath of the fire and the library didn't reopen for seven years. So they were moved into very inadequate temporary space that they all hated some of them were transferred to other branches. But it was really it was a very difficult time for them and on on every level. And I'm very glad I got to speak to a number of them. And I I spent I'm sure your mother mentioned wineman Jones to you at some point. He was the city librarian at the time of the fire news real character. And I wrote about him quite a bit in the book. So I tried to really bring alive the the actual story of the fire itself in the immediate aftermath thinks was the only thing I remember is they went to work in the warehouse for a long time. Right. And they would be working on the books. Like, they're like freezing them. They. All right. So I I actually. Described it because it was an amazing the books were put in to food all the food warehouse freezers, so they were stored frozen. The damage books were frozen for about five or six years. And part of the reason they were frozen was if they began molding, they would be destroyed, and they they you can't salvage a molded book. But if you freeze them within forty eight hours, you have a hope of thawing them out and repairing them and actually was really interesting because McDonnell Douglas got involved in helping and the Jet Propulsion lab got involved in helping figure out how to thought these books, and ultimately, it was the largest book recovery effort ever undertaken and the good news is they actually managed to save a large number of those books. Oh. Well, this was actually one of the great challenges of of working on books as I often do people with characters who are ornery and different. And I tracked down Wyman Jones the man who had been city librarian at the time of the fire who was retired. And I called them and introduce myself and said that I was doing a book about the library. And he he was quite taken aback and said that he wasn't going to talk to me because he was writing his own book. It was called confessions of a belly dancer. He never explained to me why it was called that. And he was very really argumentative and very dismissive. He kept saying to me, what are you doing writing this book? You're not a librarian. I'm not gonna talk to you. And then an hour later. He was still talking. And this happened over and over again, and it got to point where I had to think of an excuse before I called him because I knew that it would be one of these like, I'm not talking. Why should I talk to you, you, you don't know anything about anything, do you? And and then an hour later. He was still alternated between berating me and telling me about the library and about himself. It was a singular experience. Yes. Just curious a lot of school districts around the country. Sometimes you hear about different books being banned by school district or something like that in your exposure to libraries as you looked into this story..
Mercedes-Benz’s first all-electric car is a 402-horsepower SUV with 200 miles of range
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Minneapolis, White House and Trump discussed on Noon Report with Rick Van Cise
"The day off scientists say may shattered all kinds of heat records in the us the national oceanic and atmospheric administration reports maze average temperature was five degrees warmer than normal minneapolis even hit one hundred degrees scientists blamed climate change and other factors the white house says president trump has commuted the sentence of a woman whose case was championed by reality star kim kardashian west saying she's been a model inmate the sixty three year old balas marie johnson assert more than two decades in federal prison for drug offenses the new jersey police officer who punched a young mother on a beach last month will not face criminal charges as we hear from abc's gio benitez it was the violent memorial day weekend arrest caught on camera beachgoers watching as an officer in wildwood new jersey russell twenty year old emily wineman to the ground her one year old baby nearby police say the incident escalated when they spotted the young mother with a bottle of alcohol on the beach they asked the underage woman to take a breathalyzer tests which she says she passed bodycam video showing what happened next give me your last name disrespect last night.
Andrea Constand, Bill Cosby accuser, speaks out following verdict
"Time three forty eighth sun and clouds in boston beautiful afternoon it's eighty four degrees thank you for being with us i'm jeff brown our top stories now in the wbz newsroom the former dean of boston english high school sean harrison found guilty of shooting a student he was convicted today he will be sentenced tomorrow phillips academy in andover closed today after getting an email threat meantime sudbury curtis middle school opened today after police investigated the threat apparently made by students involving a gun wall street is struggling deep in the red today the dow is giving back much of what it gained yesterday off by almost two hundred forty points ten minutes away from the closing bell bill cosby's chief accuser is speaking out for the first time since the comedian was found guilty of aggravated indecent assault last month and andrea constand has a lot to say andrea constand says she felt like a quote limp noodle after she says bill cosby gave her three blue pills and sexually assaulted her back in two thousand four that's from excerpts of an interview with nbc's dateline it's the first time constand has spoken publicly since cosby's conviction she describes wanting to resist cosby's advances but says she was unable cosby has maintained the encounter was consensual he remains under house arrest until the sentencing in september mark remillard abc news dueling videos of the arrest of a philadelphia woman on memorial day weekend suspected of underage drinking show her both spitting at an officer and throwing a punch at police police body cam video released today show the spitting and name calling by the woman arrested on a new jersey shore front twenty year old emily wineman will be in court facing charges including aggravated assault a witness also shot a video showing the punch that has gone viral a vice president of a big wall street right bank is charged with insider trading on his desk at goldman sachs j john was able to learn a lot of non public information about a lot of clients federal prosecutors said he used it to trade stock and he tried to conceal it by conducting those elicit trades through an account held by a friend in south korea.
Joe Bartlett, Harvey Weinstein and Rape discussed on First Morning News
"Morning news with joe bartlett seventeen w o r three minutes now after five o'clock harvey weinstein indicted on rape and criminal sex acts charges involving two separate women menon grand jury returned the three count indictment less than a week after weinstein was arrested grand jury had the option to increase or even decrease the charges against harvey weinstein but instead handed up an indictment that mirror the criminal complaint issued when weinstein was arrested friday it charges him with rape in the first and third degrees and with first degree criminal sex act weinstein declined to testify before the grand jury because a representative said his defense was denied access to information that could have been used to prepare him manhattan district attorney cy vance said the indictment brings weinstein another step closer to accountability aaron katersky abc news new york police in wildwood new jersey have released body camera footage showing police officers arresting a twenty year old woman on the beach cellphone video of the incident went viral over the weekend showing officers hitting emily wineman but this body camera footage shows weinmann resisting arrest and spitting at police officers.