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"yeo" Discussed on Food for Thought

Food for Thought

02:02 min | Last month

"yeo" Discussed on Food for Thought

"It's an interesting time. Let's put it that way in the uk. It's been a crazy kind of year and at the moment menus are soon going to be full of calories. Now you've got to count about calories. And i was wondering if you think that this should be becoming part of the conversation is a good thing a bad thing. You know i'm gonna give you maybe a surprisingly nuanced answer. I think clearly we are in a middle of a situation in which the vast majority of noncommunicable diseases not infectious diseases we are clearly in the middle of infectious disease pandemic but non infectious diseases that we face today are diet related. Okay this is true so clearly. There's something about our food environment and how we interact and how our relationship with food which needs fixing and part of that is more information. And i think that is probably going to be helpful. But is the calorie. The right information to have i guess is is the question i'm going to give a depends on what we using it for so my colleagues here in cambridge that this is not was not work. That was done by me. They have shown that calorie information at point of purchase. Your coffee shop for example you walk by and the muffin is four hundred calories type of thing that that that information on average makes a person eight percent less likely to buy the food and hence presumably consume consumed the food. So i think what calorie information does at point of purchase in cafes restaurants is to give people pause for thought it makes people think i do i do. I need this food. Not case there is some use bought. Is it useful as a piece of information to let you know how healthy something is if something four hundred calories does it mean as healthy is. It's healthiest something. That's five hundred calories and there is going to be no.

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Is Calorie Information Helpful? With Dr Giles Yeo

Food for Thought

02:02 min | Last month

Is Calorie Information Helpful? With Dr Giles Yeo

"It's an interesting time. Let's put it that way in the uk. It's been a crazy kind of year and at the moment menus are soon going to be full of calories. Now you've got to count about calories. And i was wondering if you think that this should be becoming part of the conversation is a good thing a bad thing. You know i'm gonna give you maybe a surprisingly nuanced answer. I think clearly we are in a middle of a situation in which the vast majority of noncommunicable diseases not infectious diseases we are clearly in the middle of infectious disease pandemic but non infectious diseases that we face today are diet related. Okay this is true so clearly. There's something about our food environment and how we interact and how our relationship with food which needs fixing and part of that is more information. And i think that is probably going to be helpful. But is the calorie. The right information to have i guess is is the question i'm going to give a depends on what we using it for so my colleagues here in cambridge that this is not was not work. That was done by me. They have shown that calorie information at point of purchase. Your coffee shop for example you walk by and the muffin is four hundred calories type of thing that that that information on average makes a person eight percent less likely to buy the food and hence presumably consume consumed the food. So i think what calorie information does at point of purchase in cafes restaurants is to give people pause for thought it makes people think i do i do. I need this food. Not case there is some use bought. Is it useful as a piece of information to let you know how healthy something is if something four hundred calories does it mean as healthy is. It's healthiest something. That's five hundred calories and there is going to be no.

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"yeo" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

02:39 min | 8 months ago

"yeo" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

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"yeo" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

05:22 min | 8 months ago

"yeo" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

"Not let's talk about courses for one of the lessons that i've learned in courses many people create courses which are informational. They bring their information that they have. And you know there's a lot of good information but nobody's nobody wants to pay for information. It's free on the internet. What i've learned from great courses in great mentors like any porterfield as an example in david site in garland his course great awesome online courses is that people will pay for transformation. And if you are let's say someone's overweight and you come to me. And i say in sixty days i can get you to this weight. And i'll guaranteed and i'll help you to get to that point versus. I can teach you everything you need to know about losing weight. it's meaningless. it's valueless for most people but if you could truly.

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"yeo" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

05:58 min | 8 months ago

"yeo" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

"Lasts no no no no not not really. He has different strengths profile. So i if. I talked to him about it. I'll be asking him to lean in his into his lesser themes making painful. It doesn't kind of what for. I don't know he needs to executing type. Never mind forget about all this emotion just execute just charge on. I'm like oh my god. I need to analyse and allies. I did caught one or two of them and asked okay. So what are you getting then. Okay so they gave you a little bit of by hand the end amendment. He's the guessing. But i think i think this is a newbie mystic. So what makes it. The worst anonymous worth investments time effort money. Everything even my sleep to be honest. I think it. It also is painful because it is a newbie mystic yes it could have been avoided eve. I wasn't stole naive overly optimistic. You know andrew man. I wrote my book. I hired a book coach. And i should have known better. Extensive amount of research right that goes into designing structuring of book. Picking the name of the paradoxes a higher copywriting courts to set on my website and again so much research into picking getting the language from my taga audience. And how could i them. Venus thick when i'm cleaning on you Maybe you can summarize the lessons that you learn from this experience right. I think old habits die hard and sometimes is really. We have to guard ourselves against our own optimism. Sometimes or the we trap ourselves in this box thinking that everything will work out fine. We painted this overly rosy picture own. Worry thinks walk up you know and we forget her. Checkout sell my whether moments as i was developing content that my gut. I don't think this will land you with people is kind of soft. Intangible not quantifiable people are gonna say about and by the time i was on mardi five i wasn't i i don't know i just have to charge on..

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"yeo" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

05:15 min | 8 months ago

"yeo" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

"But i have no influencing themed. How bad can that be. And only when i started working with my coach mentor. I really thank my lucky stars for meeting. Some really helpful outstanding people will help me see how my strength of actually helped me build this career and whatever strings you have. It is good old good. There's nothing wrong with you. And i think accepting that notion that there's nothing wrong with me and i don't need to try to fix myself. That helped me step by stat. Overcome the impostor syndrome. Of course there is the paramount which is building capabilities. I think you. I think my communication skills are not too bad right now compared to really awesome to fall five years ago. Probably speak with so much confidence and calm. And i think some people use it. What charismatic. To describe how. I communicated people right. I'm just using my realtor just thinking about. This is a conversation between tool human beings. And i am really curious about who you are. What you braille. How you see things. And i just come across that way so really just leaning into my strength and i think with that positive feedback looking for frameworks to help myself. That helped me become the impostor syndrome. Step-by-step is it totally gone. I don't think so. I don't think they will be truly ever be completely gone because if it is gone that it will mean that you might be in a place of being complacent more on that. So i think keep it just a healthy dose dalit up valley down a little bit and thinks come beautiful all right now. It's time to share your worst investment. Ever since no one ever goes into their worst investment thinking will be. Tell us a bit about the circumstances leading up to then tell us your story so i think the greatest transformation for me was to fish tests from being a public servant lost abilities team future and exploring this ruler becoming an entrepreneur setting my own coaching training practice and like all business owners..

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"yeo" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

05:00 min | 8 months ago

"yeo" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

"Thanks andrew injustice regular person. I believe in simplicity. So i know people who first time they come into contact with me. They'll be thinking. Oh my god who is this person ginger and you know. I think i'm justice in singapore. We have this on. Teed anti goes to the mocca with t shirts shorts and all down to essentials leading a very simple lifestyle. But i truly love my work. Because i think it's going to the fundamental to the roots to the heart of every human being and truly love being this business of raising people potential And how how did you. How did you get into it. That's my first question. I mean it's not like the type of thing that you graduate university and say i'm going to start leading people on atta you know. Think agile and mindset. And all that how did you get into it. yeah. I think it's the hunt knocks off live you know. I started my career as a teacher. I taught mathematics so idk. Imagine how big jami says to be good in mathematics and to write a book. Because i don't think writing english is my forte. So i think there's a huge transition about how they get into it. I realized then. There are some patterns in my teaching career. As i was working with. Young adults are working with my fellow. Colleagues i realized that i was able to always draw out the fullest potential. I only saw something in them. That they themselves did not see and just my it noticing it that really increase their motivation to one to succeed so then i started toying with the idea. Now i'm good at working with the young people right. What if i work with somebody else who could make a bigger impact in the workforce. So that's why. I decided okay in about exploring what other fields i can go into a so. Of course there were executive. Coaching speaking training etcetera. I found my love in executive coaching. I think my strengths profile. Relator if you are familiar lifts in strengths..

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"yeo" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

02:09 min | 8 months ago

"yeo" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

"Not to mention the pain of writing that script again and again and again. I think i have this perfectionist. Grainy me so. I really had to retake on video so many times. And then when i put it together and put it out and i asked my greatest supporters to go have a look at trying to sell it at got like once that was like. Oh my gosh low fellow risk-takers and welcome to my worst investment ever stories of loss to keep winning in our community. We know to win in investing. You must take risks but to.

"yeo" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:05 min | 10 months ago

"yeo" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"But he backed Senator LeMay Yeo. For the leadership position so that he could become The state Senate president, and that means that he's going to do the bidding of Senator LeMay hell, which means selling out his constituents. Any time it becomes convenient to do the one thing that they all don't like is Person that exposes this crap. Me. They would prefer that I simply show for them and say that they were going to work in there. Finally trying to reopen the state reopen the schools to provide opposition to Tony Evers, but they're not. The Republicans in the state Legislature are better than the alternative because the alternative would be Tony Evers actually able to pass legislation that makes our state worse that he can't pass anything. On the other hand, we don't have anything in the state Legislature trying to restrict his is power and authority and whether Republicans in the state Legislature do anymore act. It's rarely For something that the average citizen cares about, and it's almost always for something. That's some capital insider lobbyist care about. And you would not have chosen Senator LeMay you perhaps best known for being a card carrying member of the boot Licking Hall of Fame. Guy who's very tight with the capital insider crowd. You would not have chosen to be your leader. If you were intending to actually go out and pay attention to your constituents, as opposed to hang around the rail and Take notes and do whatever the lobbyist do and say OK, remember that when it comes time to kick into the state Senate Republican campaign fund Falls. Looked up with the leash thing is so I'm carrying through doing all this explanation and you're still back there on the leash. You know who needs to be out of your leash? Yo. Senator Capital probably call me up now and try to explain why he did all this selling out and so forth and so forth and so forth and so forth. But as I say, these get some of these guys need to be on tighter leash. Is that like I've tried to put a choke collar on Robin boss that it doesn't do a lot of good over there, but Pillot, least listen. I'm a little concerned about this leadership over there in the center now. Also when the Mayhew God and he dumped all the committee chairman that the They're under Senator Fitzgerald, generally more conservative committee chairman like Alberta dialing that share a joint finance any war and so on. So I think the new plan from the state Senate is going to do Ah, lot of sucking up to Tony Evers hoping that by passing liberalism, but just not as bad A liberalism is. He has that he'll sign some of their bills into law, as opposed to the first two years, which is just loggerheads where Evers wanted to be a Marxist. The Republicans didn't want him to be a Marxist that nothing got done. That they're going to try to move the thing forward a little bit by Kissing his ring repeatedly, and I choose ring because Any other reference would be too grotesque. 4 46 News taik 11 30 WS. It's time for rapid traffic..

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"yeo" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:38 min | 11 months ago

"yeo" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I want to take you back to 2011. The lines go 10 and six Um Stafford throws for 5000. I thought that was the beginning of a dynasty. We get filed by the defending Super Bowl champions. I still feel good. Next year you go for 12. Next A couple years later, you know, you haven't 11 and five season you have an amazing defense. The next year you go seven and nine. Well, I'm not gonna sit here and say I Hate everything, but I'm just numb to it. I'm just so numb to it. No, I don't want the team to move out of the state. Yes, I'll always love my lions. But I don't even find the effort to turn on the games anymore. It's just I'm numb and I've been known the past couple years and you know you brought the Patriots way and you brought Bob win and you brought Patricia and I had a little bit of open and it turns out all Detroiters thought it was going to turn out. Ad and it starts with ownership. You see, that's scary partners. Nine you can do about that. You can call you talk radio station. You bad Matt to general manager. You can put some organizational pressure out there. The ownership gets wind of it. They mayor may choose to react if it's actually hitting him in the pocketbook and ticket sales and down and not telling any swag. You ain't get changed, but the problem is Of ownership. Is it motivated to sell, then you've still got the same power structure to top that you've always had, and they haven't been able ooh, over decades. Figure out the right people hired to run their organization. I completely agree. And look, I'm 28. I haven't suffered as long as these other Detroiters the guy before me. I like hearing the passion and how angry is because I am just a number and that's basically how I got to say about it. Thanks for the call. Curtis. Thank you Appreciate it. My condolences to the Lions fans. Jesse from Texas up on CBS portrayed Eo Yeo Jesse. I really felt for the line stands living here in the Houston area. Try being a Texas fan. We just gave way. DeAndre Hopkins for a guy who averages 40 yards a game. Whoa! Hold on. Hold on. You can't compare yourself to the Lions fans. Today, Your team actually played pretty good and beat the snot out of the lions. That's funny that a Texans fan is bemoaning his team. When you just crushed the Lions the other day, you still have a star quarterback, a young star quarterback into Shawn Watson. And Oh, by the way, you've only been around for so many years, the Lions have stunk. For decades. So while you might not be having the season you wanted and you want to give them grief for some of the bad moves. They made you off this offseason. Feel free to do that, But don't say you've got got it worse than the Lion fans. Still, I do I do agree with that. I wanted to make a comment about Baltimore. I feel really bad about their situation with all the covert things going on, because they're really they got a tough playoff watch going on there. And you know they're right behind being in the playoff hunt, And this is probably the worst time that their star player could be out in the Mark Jackson. But on the on the other hand on the flip side of that, um, I don't know if there's a better back up quarterback for what they're trying to do with that Gene. Then then Robert Griffin, the third I just It seems a lot like what? Mark Jackson? Just not as fast. All right. We'll see if RG three.

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"yeo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"yeo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mobility. Challenges on curb is a new start up that aims to help people learn what services are available for those who have mobility challenges. They really don't know where to start, so they're the ones telling us you know, we call these people. We have no idea what we're doing this very, very stressful to Yeo Min Yang Chang says their website tries to provide as much information about thes services as possible. You can see what providers do things like Your through door transport. How many of them are ableto? Wait with you at a doctor. Appointment? What did they charge for that do they do trips outside of normal business hours. Right now One curb is only operating in the Detroit area. But the gold is to grow quickly to other parts of the country with the core Chronicles. I'm Jeff Gilbert. CBS News President Trump changes his mind after initially turning down California's request for a federal disaster relief. As the state continues to deal with massive wildfires. Well, it's unclear what led to President Trump initially denying federal wildfire aid California of the White House's governor, Gavin Newsom, and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy spoken presented a convincing case to the president, who then reversed course and approved a major disaster declaration for California. A B C's Andy Field reporting the top federal prosecutor for Massachusetts announces a new task force designed to help state and local law enforcement officials investigate and prosecute civil rights violations. U. S Attorney Andrew Leveling says the task force will bring law enforcement officials from different agencies together to better identify and fight threats, He says. The task force will also provide local police departments with training and support. ORT on civil rights issues. A number of the old Disney movies will be featuring something completely different when they're streamed a warning label. The next time you stream, a classic film on Disney, Plus, you may notice something different..

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"yeo" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"yeo" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"T have been a couple of stories that have put the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism in the National News and City Council assault assist Yeo. He has taken umbrage at them, and it is basically telling them that he doesn't want to work with them any more innocent, serene we do have city councilman saw this issue. You penned a letter yesterday to Kristen. I think her name is Gil Gersh. She's the interment, dean of the water, concrete School of journalism and Mass communication. You said, according accordingly going forward, and until such a time is the Cronkite school demonstrates a renewed commitment to the principles of journalistic integrity, free speech and ideological cunt contention. Neither I nor my office will respond in any way to any inquiry, interview or information request made by students or faculty associate with the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass communication other than to provide a copy of this letter. In response, I wanted to put that out there self because that his boat up front in your face, I do know. That they had an issue with one of their editors in which she ended up being fired. Ah, for basically sharing a tweet. That was factual information, but there's also other things going on there, and I want to have you want to explain the issues you're having with the crank the Walter Cronkite school. Well, thank you, James C and thank you for allowing me to be on the program. I'll tell you It's something that everybody should be worried about. It shouldn't just be me. This is our educational system. So you have individuals there that basically and I don't have a problem with anybody free speech at all. Anybody can pretty much say anything they want as long as they don't advocate violence. But when you start segmenting what people can and cannot say Then you have a problem. We had two incidences there for sure. We had one lady who talked about Jacob Blake, the individual that was shot several times. And I believe Atlanta in Wisconsin. Army in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Right, Kenosha exactly about that. So we had that on. She was fired from the radio station there. Because, she said, like you have to really look at this guy's history. We discussed you well. He was a sexual predator. And was accused of sexual assault and had kids in the car and all those things were happening. So she was fired for just say, Look at the guy's history. Then we also have a team there, Dr duty that was supposed to be hired on and also because one person claimed that she said something racist before. There was no proof. No foundation. No nothing. They offered her a job. Then they took it away from her. And so from my end of it, it's like, Look, what they're doing now is they're deciding what speech is acceptable? What is not there taking away the whole element of freedom of speech? The First Amendment So from my perspective, we have their students calling us all the time for interviews. I'm basically screw you. If your organization your entity is going to be practicing these types of things, there's no way they're gonna be. We're gonna be talking to me. We're going to send him the letter they need to clean up their act. We also copied Dr Crowe and Matt Salmon because I consider them part of the cabal. They're the same individuals. They're allowing this to happen in that school there. So until they clean up their act until they start doing those things. I'm not gonna have any involvement with them at all. You know, when it comes to Railly Klein our afternoon a crew here on the rustling hunter. They were really on top of that whole situation. It was appalling How she was was fired. She did not give in as she made them call the ball and they did, And I believe she's going. She's taken it up with the lawsuit. I do believe And then with the other case here, you're right down. It's like there's there is censorship going on in the wider media, and it's really happening. Seems like is being enforced. It is being taught over at a issue so I'm glad to see you're taking this kind of stands. But then my next question to you a cell is why don't we have more leaders right now condemning this type of censorship, these type of actions Well, they're afraid to do that. They're afraid because of the criticism, and I think that they're gutless. Quite frankly, I think the politicians expected on their ass and do nothing. To protect ourselves and protect the public that they were required to protect. Are worthless, Quite frankly, James D. And so if they're not going to get off their ass and do something, then it's going to require the rest of people to do that. But also the media other than a K F Y. I I saw nothing else out there. James D protecting this lady that was fired. That was it. So think about it. The media has a responsibility to be all over this. They have a response to be all over it, and they're not. You call out to Michael Crowe. You called out Matt Simon. And I think that that's Ah Ah, great place to start. But by the way, we have sound decision. This is city Councilman saw this issue in a centering So I gotta ask you this two. Can we get good government? Without good journalists. And I think the reason why I'm ask you this question because I'm starting to get very, very nervous. Very, very worried. As we're seeing that there's two maybe even three different truths out there in this new world, especially pulse Cove it where we don't have anybody that we can trust. In journalism to really tell, you know the undivided truth. That's exactly true. James T. Anything about Let's take Raylene really? Just right off the bat. Let's take her. Because That is a clear case clear case of an individual who is being attacked because, she said, look into this guy's history and because of that, that's all, she said. I mean, she's not even going half assed Faras. I'm going regular right and that's all she did, and she got fired from that position. What's going to protect the rest of the public going forward? For saying or doing anything we have. First Amendment rights of the public were guaranteed that by our constitution and our founding fathers If we're not willing to protect the most basic of our freedoms in the media is not willing to do that to step up to the plate to investigate this toe, look into it. Then who's going to do that? James T. I mean, you guys did it that was in the whole valley. You're the only one that really jumped on this thing and talked about how wrong it wass. So I've got some breaking news for you that we're gonna be putting out a post little later and we're going to be calling people out on this thing and we're going to show a letter from an attorney. We're going and she did hire an attorney and think about it. She is a poor college student. Poor OK, doesn't have a lot of money. Had to go out and get an attorney. Now, this attorney Jack will in check is amazing. He's going one of the best in the state..

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"yeo" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"yeo" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The Reds are seven and eight in second place in the NL Central Division four games behind the first place Chicago Cubs, the Brewers five and seven in third place in the NL Central, Ah, half game behind the Reds in 4.5 behind Chicago. The Reds are now riding a two game win streak over the Brewers, thanks to 1823 win on Friday night in a 4 to 1 victory last night, and if they can win today in sweet Milwaukee, they'll draw within 3.5 games with Cubs, who are idle against the ST Louis Cardinals with another postponement because of the covert 19 pandemic. That has absolutely wrecked the cardinal season. The Reds just announced that Mike Move, stock kiss has been placed on the 10 day injured list, retroactive to Thursday. TJ and tone the pitcher has been called up. Now. Entering Saturday, Reds pitchers led the major leagues with 165 strikeouts over 119 innings, and that gave the staff a collective rate off 12.5 strikeouts per nine innings. Trevor Bauer leads the team with 32 strikeouts, including 12 on Friday, followed by Sonny Gray, today's pitcher with 28 Luis Castillo. We're 26. Now they have 176 strikeouts in 128 innings, thanks to A job that Anthony DeSclafani did last night. The red starting pitching Let's face It is otherworldly bullpen Now that's a different story. But last night a Yu Han Yeo Suarez crushed a three run home run in the first inning. In that show, Go Akiyama! He tripled home run in the seventh. And D Sclafani brilliant. Over six innings is the Reds improved to seven and eight. Zelig. Lacey is nailed down his second safe and the 1/100 off his career. Congratulations to him. But DeSclafani was the story is pitching line six innings, two hits, No runs, a walk six strikeouts. He threw 88 pitches, 52 for strikes. In 11 innings over to starts disco, his eight strikeouts and an earned run average of 0.0 in a great sign that you hang US war is coming out of his slump. With Philip Urban on third and Votto on first swore, has doubled his RV I total with one swing of the back from 3 to 6 R B eyes by sending Brett Anderson's first pitch over the left field wall last night. Hey, we're just getting started. This's the Yarnell carriers. Inside pitch are no carriers. Your global transportation provider. Visit our LC dot com Chick Ludwig 700 wlw. Right now. Switch your family that T Mobile and get four lines.

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"yeo" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"yeo" Discussed on KCRW

"All this. Each of us has to think globally but act locally. I'm a Republican. We wanna have a nonpartisan area, but it didn't stop me from Saying that we need to do an ordinance. There are now over 5000 people infected in Escambia County over 260 hospitalized Almost 60 people who have died. That is a dramatic shift from where you were before you spoke to NPR back in May. I'd like to take a listen. The good news is for us. At least we've never really had our hospitals get overrun and we continue to keep watching that everyday. Right now. We have 13 people in the hospital with Corona virus. That Easily within the capacity of what our hospitals can handle. I know that that was a different moment in time. Where you now with hospital capacity, I will say right now we have 202 in the hospitals. So we're pushing capacity. We have one hospital, West Florida that has said they will not do elective surgery. The other ones have put in the policy where you can't even go visit loved ones. In the hospital because the issues with covert, I'll say one thing about the governor has come here and when he's come here, where's the mask? He understands that we have a new agreement here, and he wears it about what the protocol is of the community. He goes to No problem was here. The very basic fact that you have to celebrate the governor wearing a mask, which is one of the most basic things that health officials are telling people to dio. Would imply that perhaps more could be done. There is a battle is there not in this country over basic health guidelines governor descent ISS has some would argue, muzzled his state surgeon general. He's disputed basic science on the pandemic. What do you think needs to happen? To get this under control in the state of Florida, because, as you rightly mentioned, people are tired, and they see that other countries have handled this better. Well, I think it would help if we could have a cohesive plan and then execute that. And I think the caprice of planes should be. Hey, if your community hits ah, a red hot spot. Your local government should come to the other citizens. And before that happens, go ahead Institute. I mean, those are things that could've been nice and working through it. But at the end of the day, I don't think it released the responsibility if I could do it here in the city. There's no excuse that my local jurisdictions and surround me can't do the same thing. We know that young people do have serious outcomes. We've heard from the family of Haley No O'Connell, who lives in the Panhandle, who's 16 She ended up on a ventilator. Do you worry that more people young people could get sick and have long term complications from this serious illness. I'm the father of a 23 herald in 19 year old 23 year old company so no, I I absolutely am concerned about what happens in that age group. I do think that those precautions need to be taken care of. I know my son is very cautious after having already had it before my daughter. She understands need to wear a mask. And she does that. So what would your message be again? What? I continue to talk to healthcare providers here? Wash your hands regularly. Social distance. Wear a mask. When your public places avoid free seas of the congestion, crowded spaces, enclosed areas. Pensacola Mer. Grover Robinson. Thank you very much. Thank you. This spring. Despite rumors North Korean leader Kim Jong UN proved he was not dead, but he's rarely appeared in public the last few months just as his sister has increased her visibility. Kim Yeo Jeong has even weighed in on North Korean relations with the United States, saying another summit is unlikely. As NPR's Anthony Koon reports, many observers are now wondering. Could she become the country's first female leader? Told moment wrong, you need to rip apart. The defectors, traders and the human trash demonstrators chanted at a rally in North Korea last month reported by state media is part of a campaign led by Kim Yo Jong to punish the South for allowing defectors to send propaganda leaflets into the north, criticizing her brother. Last month, Kim Yo Jong issued a statement ordering an inter Korean liaison office in the North's Kay Song City to be blown up. Kim Sung Chawla, defector who runs the Seoul based North Korea Reform Radio, says that Kim Yo Jong is still a political novice. But her prominent role in the campaign against South Korea marks an upgrade to her political status. Pitting will be Freedonia, so she's gone from being her brother's proxy, he says to his protocol assistant to his eyes and ears, Toe a Punisher. Kim Sung Charles says her turn on the international stage came two years ago in South Korea doing going on. The decisive moment, he says, was when she came to the Pyung Chang Olympic Games in 2018. Kim Yo Jong set with President Moon Jae in Vice President Mike Pence.

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"yeo" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"yeo" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Kate Diego, the mayor of Phoenix, was on CNN more than once this week, talking about the remarkable surgeon Covert cases we're seeing in Maricopa County. We are in a crisis related to testing, and the mayor says she has been asking companies and the federal government to respond and provide more testing was visiting a testing facility this weekend. People waiting still eight hours. It's really, really difficult, but our next gas, Phoenix City Councilman Sal this is, Seo says Phoenix squandered most of the hundreds of millions of dollars it received from the federal government on things other than testing South. Thanks for being with us explain the math here. Oh, thanks. Thanks to be glad to be there. Yeah. The city of Phoenix received $293 million.293 million dollars. That was supposed to be going towards you know, solving the coding problem. Of that, And we're talking about testing because you always put your money where your priorities are. Of the 293 million Jim One million was spent on testing of the public $1 million. That's it. That was our priority. We could have easily done this on our own. We could have gone out there and tested every single individual in the city of Phoenix easily. With those dollars. But the Phoenix did put prioritized $2.6 million for a little local art group, not large ones with the small one. And where did the rest of the money go? Did any of it go to the battle against the Corona virus? Besides that one million protesting Well. Some of it did go to police and fire of 143 million that was shifted with their calling Ah, government functions. You still have to prove that that's exactly what went. That's what the cares act was all about. It was about to prove You have to show that it went for code relief, but instead we went to finding our department. So whatever's happening is we shuffled money is just a basically hiding the pea under the shell. You put money in one department and then shuffle that money into another department. But at the time, but at the same time cell I mean, Yeah, you Ah, you need that money as less tax revenue is coming in because of covert right? The law says. You have to do it a certain way. We didn't do that. Jim and we didn't prioritize testing at all. Now we've got we spent about six million testing ourselves. People like me, the politicians and staffers and of course you got fired police in there, too. We're testing ourselves on a regular basis. I have unlimited testing Unlimited's where I don't have to pay for it where the taxpayer pays for. You know, I've seen pictures this morning on my monitors of cars lined up again this morning as we saw over the weekend, and this one is for free testing at South Mountain Community College. We're talking with Phoenix City Council in Sal assist Yeo about where the money the feds provided. The city of Phoenix went and it was spent mostly on other things than testing. For sure. So if the feds he'd mayor Guy goes call for more testing. Do you think the money provided for those tests should go to a different government like the county of the state? It sure should. It should have done that in the first place. The city of Phoenix 2 $293 million cannot justify that. It all went to covert related issues cannot do it. Jim and I found it a problem when I heard it on, you know, on your programme yesterday, I was driving down to Tucson. Like that's just not true. None of this is true. I mean, when you start spending one million, which is less than 1/3 of 1%. Of those dollars went for Coben testing. If you say it's a priority, then we should prioritize that at the very beginning, you should have gone over to the county of state. At that point. Are you planning to blow the whistle on? This, too? May be the Justice Department. I'm planning. You will. Yes. That's already occurred. From what I understand. They're going to take a look at it, you know? And you know, I'm planning to go on a radio program called Gpr this morning. What happened as well? Thank you for texting about this yesterday, but real quickly counsel in Sal vs Seo, Did you agree with the mayor that we do need more testing? Absolutely matter of fact, we should have been testing everybody in the city of Phoenix. Why not? I mean, that's what those monies before $293 million with everything else. I went to arts groups. It went to basically a legal team to defend individuals that are flying, You know, evictions, right, Jim? So why not just pay the landlord that of money? They owe the money. Just pay them. That I went to this group where the city of Phoenix could not even tell me And they say it's all on the record could not even say how many hours they were going to be billed for. It was totally of $800,000 gift, this one group. And I've never even heard of which the public as in brand new legal team. That they could not even just by how many hours they were going to get paid how much they were paying hourly and how many hours they were gonna work on the on the eviction Justify that seem pretty puzzling. Alright Phoenix City Council in their cell. This is Seo joining.

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Future of Work - Part 2

Stories Behind the Grind

06:12 min | 1 year ago

Future of Work - Part 2

"Ted Tim Damian. Thanks so much for coming on the stories behind on cost. It's great to have you on. Thank you lovely to be here thanks. I mean you're the head of sales of SOD Kika. Which is Australia and New Zealand's largest online shopping platform and you're employing over ten thousand prescreened. Saad kicks in Sake and you're currently on a mission to give people the powder ridge potential. Tim thanks against on two of the series Tim. Yeo The founder of Ben Tron which allows organizations to smooth out the demands of the business cycle and maximize employee productivity to have some big heavyweights in this industry. Thank you know about every wife doing our best right. Thank you lovely a little. Thank you a war is a bit more background about yourself. And what attracted you pod? Kika love to yes so I look up any recruitment variety by his hands on recruiter than spend a considerable chunk of my time what he gets said so when I started sakes are was basically prospecting customers who had ads in the newspaper trying to convince them that online mafia better alternative Full themselves. How does that is. That was the role that myself. Much engage many years at sage that our family on its own must like have a bigger voice in the small business and I'm saying his got lots of investments and one of them was in a comical sidekick up and I met with the fans that saw Kiko really locked while doing really wanted to be a part of. I guess it was something different to be out of that disruption again and I really wanted to gain in Wahine. You can cope. Would it be on a cult? The GIG ECONOMY. The contingent sort of marketplace are really wanting to play pop. Exile could say. Oh my mom. It's that's not everyone but it's certainly. A portion of the industry was Directions are you had really good appeals to me and then also working for a business once doing so double digit growth. Every year is exciting and challenging Tom Yet double digit growth is is defining challenge for for a lot of businesses out there. But you're not to be part of the company that is doing. It must be really exciting time for you in that role absolutely in our way. Look with GONNA plan. We do give it Saturday. We're attacking you markets are. Jim would fondness as Wellington's we spent a lot of Thomson of evangelizing As well in gems of some customers ready for new Welton some people really happy with. All worlds are are easy. He's one of those ones way. You 'cause you directing you also have pretty fee skating's hymns of Alvin with encouraging over a lot of noise but in terms of so much like it's not forever. It's just now so in terms of that. Adults gives me extreme comfort and confidence around. You know what we're building these new world. How do you? How do you navigate that difference between new welding all thinking especially I guess Laka powerful mud sidekick away you'll sort of often interacting with the new polls coming in but also more established organizations highest hotcakes? How do you navigate that up at different question in terms of we haven't now that sort of all the time but I'm we're lucky enough to have the businesses bank to seven years? So we're lucky. Enough to have sort of seventies seventies of John to understand what the market's doing what the markets for incident is. A lot of. It is just hit. A lot of it is just a getting a salon at literally. Lots of teaching Matsen conversation lots of necessarily networking but two slots to Jewish enough win only pretty good at sort of finding out who has inch And then who may be interested and a lot of it comes down to customer Yet do you not someone that does not generally jobs agency they quite interested in how technology according platform that likes the against that lock the disability Who'S GOING TO BE TUNING UP BEFORE? They before they get their WanNa have control either whom they are even for not Wake or two months summit. I Really WanNa know what they've done with. It worked out platform for ball's middle that information star way. Do have to do a bit of prospecting by the I guess. The good news is as we continue to grab us as it before that awareness pace isn't quite what it was when John Sake in Australia. Explain the I'm what year. Why NOT US at Man? Obey abyss investments of rhythm going round. The must be some similar strands of them. Compensation between what you've experienced in the positive been able to then now use of todd in terms of educating inspiring and sharing. You know where the future of works going yet. Absolutely to the honest you'll series. Gigs folks businesses empty different. Peaches do Truth Lots of parallels between by a small business. That's really focused. That also is really clear on what we do will do. And I think that's what really helps sip rideout good businesses from gripe businesses. Sometimes it's really hard to side Knowledge there's potential Alliances really exactly. You'll call but in terms of another one thing I have learned from Thomas. They consuming it so I keep. Your is having focused Tom. Tom Sinai with sometimes sticking to the core of what we do. Helps you certainly Pasta? And so much more. Clark was wife so they definitely lots of parallels between Donkey diamond to tell me. If you agree with this particularly in the talent who would talk about future work there is so much nuance between the different styles and taught said a lot of people just overlook like Bay throw everything into recruitment or everything into Gig Echo like. They just like to put things in buckets. The more things come out there sorry much more nuance and much more. Nisha I guess at least different capabilities that are coming out that the hottest is educating people on why that's different

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"yeo" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"yeo" Discussed on WGN Radio

"A black ops farmers dot com. for more information. yes it's all Startin up. for real Friday night. hardly gives the Philadelphia flyers who will be a new look Philadelphia flyers new head coach Alain Vigneault. the new players of optimism in the choir camp this preseason good test for black ops right off the hop of the fires coaching try over it you will be comprised of three former head coaches Mike Yeo the. the other one escapes me right now help me out beyond help them former coach in the Canadian Football back to. thank you I just for some reason I just based on his label branded the hawks down the left wing after a shot on goal it bounces into Crawford's glove think Congress votes over there with the computer give me the answer. the shell of your listing faceoff circle a property right. I couldn't understand what he was saying but I finally figured out. he and I were working on the hand signals is warning you to make this easy no. always away from that yeah. running full speed in the other direction. we get sandwiches here's a shot from the top of the right circle Hartselle by Carlson that deflected wide. all of the new year pours use get a rough right as you might expect from Tom Wilson Wilson hammers one now for the last circle.

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"yeo" Discussed on It's Possible - Conversations with Successful Online Trainers

It's Possible - Conversations with Successful Online Trainers

13:04 min | 2 years ago

"yeo" Discussed on It's Possible - Conversations with Successful Online Trainers

"Anna, welcome to our Facebook live series, where we are talking to successful online, trainers, about the number one strategy that they have found useful for their business and exactly how you can implement it right away in your business. I am super excited to be chatting with everyone today. I'm your host Brittany bird. And if you guys are unfamiliar with me. I am the PT D C's communicates communication officer. That's enough. Oh. And I will be interviewing our guests our students over the next two weeks. We sharing their stories with you. I am. Super excited to have James with us here today. And now James is an OT graduate band. He has had tremendous growth since taking the ta core. So just a little bit about Jane's. He's helped multiple athletes win medals. He's created really strong. Referral program and value added coup his business. He's also been hired as an educator for a multi it national supplement brand, and the list of James goes on. It is absolutely amazing. And without further ado is I want to introduce James, James. I'm so excited. You are here with us today to share your story. Thank you for inviting me in this is going to be wonderful guy. So James, let's cut Ray to it. I want to know what is your number one strategy that you've used that you found to be super beneficial in your business. I think the number one thing that helped me which really understand my needs a when it comes the radio taking care of myself if they can get this, and I found that the very important one of the places where we found that was, so muddy one of techs go in the Online Trading Academy where you really find that the one question the hope muddy went less about what is freedom. How does freedom? How do you wanna wanna feed them? What does that mean to you, and how do you, do you want to take care of yourself? And I realized that when you understand a lot about yourself in how you, you take how yourself you can actually put into you can keep put a site inside thinking about what else can you do to take care of your clients, because once, you know, your knees? Well, wants to know how to your needs very well is very easy to start thinking about, they can come up plans and you don't really have to worry so much by south off of that science on density wanted to be gusts. Most helpful metaphor. Takeout myself and any their clients. Because then you don't have a big Cup of you have to start thinking, okay? I need to make money off my client. But you'll only question is huddled become the solution provider for my client nature that sit clan received the maximum benefit of whatever he or she is paying me full. Really now. That's amazing. And I want to elaborate a little bit on that because I feel that there are still many trainers at their that do the reverse of that rhino. A lot of people start thinking of how can I make money and not necessarily? How can I take care of myself I right? And I think that's really really important. And I'm really glad that you're sharing that message. So do you want to explain like, how you kind of did that with your business like what was the first step that you did when it came to understanding like, what your freedom was going to be? I think the very first thing I did after looking for that. And reconsidering of my needs is to start to consider how much do I do? I really need to take out myself, and what value of what kind of account me's. Why have at the back end? How do I make sure that I actually cut up these needs end as one ero- where you start thinking, okay, how much do I need before? I hit freedom of my own on a monthly basis. So I think that was the very first thing that I got to cover. Yeah. Yeah. I don't mean to cut you off have more the viewers watching here, wet would be what, what when you describe needs. What do you mean by need? Stu mean rant food king elaborate a little bit on that. So I was looking more to us. Of course, we're for me. I don't have ran 'cause my parents, but, and you take out my own transplant you'd think about my own food, basically need to measure. I have money coming into my pocket. So the plus things that I need to think about what he's basically means and how much do meet in other to make sure that omit the good thing about this. Is that I'm a very high maintenance lesson side of the device in light? It really helped because then I know that, okay? Vin the VIN man, I just needed navy tells us to keep myself in life. Yeah. So that was probably the very first on Dacian that I took off. And everything else was kind of like a bonus to me. So if I'm a thousand dollars, that's probably about three and a half clients. So that was that was in as a very good number. And that's a really great way to consider it because I think a lot of people start at, you know, making money like I said, but they don't realize that if they focus on how much income, they actually need to generate her month. It's not the stressful as we kind of make note to see my final times, people think that they need fifty sixty clients when in reality to meet your needs into a really good quality life. You, you like you said, you only need three clients to meet your monthly bare minimum needs. So. So after you figured out what your needs were. Where'd you go from there? A Dink once my niece will met it was very easy because everything else is all about a client. And so for me, always a theme, 'Self huddling, make sure that I create an environment. Also, you shouldn't with using different modalities in different throughout suggests that plan the best Kennedy neat. So for me every as long as I have five clans in book, I know that my needs basically met in finance us. So next question is just making sure that I take them at the best possible man of on that. I can provide a sub this to end. I find for debt to have been number one had to be grounded in my own principles. And number two, a new make sure that every single thing that I do from from, from the moment. I n roic Lyon has to be killed evening for the client. So there isn't any finish feta isn't any sort of what you call that any sort of financial benefits where I get a complicated because I in selling southern all I get a ref. Because I installing a so this, but then it's so easy for you to start thinking very clearly and thinking about what does the clan you right now in? How'd you actually make sure that you few that using the two that you have rather than to fulfill because I might give him extra few bucks because I actually recommended him something. And I found that to be ready to because that's what I started to slowly. Tom it as a ethical business model of by own yet. I love that. And I agree so much with that. Because I feel like there when you are, once you figure out what you need to be a wing me to, to have to be, you know, at your bare minimums, every month, then you can really turn back to serve your clients, because, you know, that you're gonna be taken care of financially as long as provide your clients, though. I love what you're saying. There about, you know, it's all of the client. Setting up those proper systems to make sure that you are focused on them. So do you know liberate a little bit on the, you You know? know what you have found that your of your chance of been. And how you've been able to solve those problems. Okay. So I think one very unique thing about my generally me as opposed on that. I wanted you any size trains, contrition is in my country so that meeting my starting point super strong, but after that the next question was really about creating the price, Jerry, making sure that you actually have a, a peckish that the client is able to take in. So one of the biggest things that I hadn't consideration was really making sure that even though I am a premium, I do not price myself overly premium that a client can afford so dead, very quickly create that my price. Jerry dropped Joe after that the next question that needs to ask myself is making sure that when I present something to cli- always has to be sure, Sal, because at the one end up trying to convince client. So every time I create a new solution, it always stays that we endeavour it makes the silver easy because. You're literally tiny clan. This is a pen for you to write in winning. You actually going to use the pen to write and that was high wanted to make sure every single thing that selling it felt that we to a client, so that was high release structure of things where it's always with the clans end in mind than I think the next question that I really asked myself is making sure that every time I price on every time I make something, the person who is going to be winning has to be clien rather than that doesn't mean that I'm losing out. But that just means that the client was fused like he or she is winning then. The last thing that I did was to create this conflict around everything. So that is to make sure that I am always Brown debt in always making sure that my principles around. So one of the things that create that the mission always this conflict in my southern us is a money back guarantee. When a client comes to me, the, the, the I don't I don't provide anything free, they pay a fee to meet in order for me to provide a consultation today, averted the consultation doesn't go well, or the client's unhappy, any single we I allow them to get up refined. There's no questions asked. So that creates the sound saw, but they also mean Adele, man that I have to make sure that my job is always done about hundred percent of time. Otherwise, I will have a high amount of money back, which is something that's not good for business. Absolutely. I really love that concept because I really think that, that holds you accountable as well if you know that if you don't do your job. Very well that, that person can essentially. Ask for the money back. Yeah, that's very great. So attune new trainers, and trainers, that are there watching, what would you say could you give them some guidance on the importance of why they should really start with taking care of their own needs versus snorting where most of us start and just think about the money, right? Because everybody thinks I we need to make money I need to make money, all structural, everything else later, tell them, I think those shoe question does thinking to somebody else, very, very recently, I think one of the things that as a new Trina, you really have is your ROY spirits, and the thing of, of us, being new people is that we all have Olympic story that is probably your biggest selling to anybody else that you are going to be selling through tomorrow, and that really means that if you know how to have yourself and you know, how to relate to the premise of. Ever face befall you now have your own side of ground in one side of your own set of Kyrie's in your own sets of. Playing few where you can start setting down the rules and you know who you need to know who you probably can create the best solution for right now. So that creates a lot of playing few in tons of your own unifying point. Then it's question will be how do I now focus on myself? So if you already know, e- solutions for yourself or need to fire right now is what kind of needs the, you want to meet in, other end end, never really create the purpose for why you actually might Salvetti online offline that boys onto the main question of why trying to make money. Why do you really wanna pay for and what you really want to do with this money that you are creating for yourself, and I find that to be often because not only now that you have newfound bus for yourself. You also have a new found putt bus for your clients, so that it's tweet in one situation. Yeah. Really?.

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St. Louis Blues defeat Bruins to win first-ever Stanley Cup

Charlie Parker

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

St. Louis Blues defeat Bruins to win first-ever Stanley Cup

"After more than half a century of waiting. The Saint Louis blues are Stanley Cup champions air blasting Laura Branagan's Gloria in the gateway to. The west is the Saint Louis blues have claimed their first Stanley Cup in their fifty two year. History is a franchise taking game seven defeat. The Boston Bruins four games to three the blues completing, what would it seem like an unlikely run for this team back in November after they fired head coach Mike Yeo as a team sat with a second worst record in the NHL with interim coach Craig Berube e guiding the team to third place in the central division, culminating in a Stanley Cup win in their first appearance in the final since

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 Arch Madness: Blues win 1st Stanley Cup, beating Bruins 4-1

Todd Schnitt

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Arch Madness: Blues win 1st Stanley Cup, beating Bruins 4-1

"After more than half century of waiting, Saint Louis blues or Stanley Cup champs, beating the Boston Bruins four to one St Louis blues claimed their first Stanley Cup in their fifty two year history is a franchise taking game seven defeat the Boston Bruins four games to three. The blues completing what would have seemed like an unlikely run for this team back in over. They fired head coach Mike Yeo as team sat with a second worst record in the NHL with interim coach, Craig ba- ruby guiding the team to third place in the central division, culminating in a Stanley Cup win in their first appearance in the final since nineteen seventy is not Navolato forward. Ryan Riley, named

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"yeo" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"yeo" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"It was just I can't explain to you the details or anything, but rallying you. This happens all the time in in negative information. I saw Joe Robin abo- data down the block that negative right in the report. Then you find out later that the written the witness takes testimony back and says, you know, what comes to think of it wasn't show. It was Elvis. Joe looks like Elvis, so he does he looks like Paul George Yeo up. His jokes terriers. There's Joe Joe Joe could look at Elvis theory at her. Thank you. Thank you. All of a sudden you find out. That the guy who ide- Joe it's crazy and taught it was Elvis negative. Right. But when it's taken in context of the guys larger testimony, he thought it was Elvis, it becomes anti evidence not evidence. That's the point folks. I don't want to drag this out. I just I know what the Democrats are doing. And it is sickening. They're going to want. The mullahs report exposed to mine. It for selective pieces of information that reflect poorly on Trump, but are not evidence of any crime at all because they wanna fabricate a crime if you have evidence to charge someone we have a court system where you have to do what you have to have the nerve to walk into court. Swear, your professional F B I reputation on it with your right hand up to say that that evidence is true that Joe committed this crime. And this is how it happened. The reason Muller's team is not doing that. And is. Not waltzing an FBI agent to court within arrest warrant or signing one themselves is because they don't have that. They don't have evidence negative information is meaningless it doesn't mean anything. So the goal post was here. Let's prove collusion. Their report. There is no Muller. Cannot have been more conclusive in the summary bought Bill bar summary of the mullahs contains quotes about there is no evidence of collusion with the Russians. So now, the Democrats take that bar and move it up. Well, there's negative information. Negative information is meaningless meaningless, it doesn't mean anything outside of its context..

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