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NFL plans full season, starting on time

Golic & Wingo

02:35 min | 7 months ago

NFL plans full season, starting on time

"The big news yesterday in the NFL in terms of what happens going forward should the schedule B. as it's supposed to be about you again they say it's going to they're offering the promise never full regular season full post season the vote happened yesterday to basically that it was a rubber stamp as we was gonna happen to allow the two more playoff record about your team plans to use a seven seed in each conference which means they'll be three games a wildcard Saturday three games while card Sunday including one on Nickelodeon by the way summer Sanders this text me back she's all in team summer will get you in the mood for that game absolute done but then the question becomes is that the most significant change what happened yesterday or is what happens in the regular season the more significant thing because by adding that extra wild card they've eliminated the two seed and the benefits that go with it because now only one team gets the bite each conference the number one seed and remember Kansas city got a by by being the two seed last year and they got to host the AFC champs of game because the ravens lost right to the Tennessee Titans so in your opinion what's going to be more impactful the idea of a seven seed and maybe them find a way to get to the Super Bowl which hasn't happened since Super Bowl forty seven or the flight to make sure you hold that number one seed down the stretch without question extra team in the playoffs for me extra team in the playoffs because we see wild card teams win the Superbowl it can happen just get in you can't win the Super Bowl if you're not the playoffs yeah I I think it's it's much more likely on the other outlook while Khartoum island wild card teams as the league as presently constructed right hand women anymore I think when we the last time we saw it was really back before the new CBA taking it back in two thousand eleven two thousand twelve when the effects really started to seep in I don't think with the current constraints teams constructed like that having to deal with this can win a super walk I'm with you on this one so again well greeted they will fight tomorrow yes I am a hundred percent on this because not only that but it make sure that you have meaningful games played unless you have a four game lead right right right it does I know he's lost all seventeen games this season and eighteen weeks next year with a seventeen game season because again the seventeenth game with the new CBA won't start till twenty twenty one C. right price all have a regular sixteen game regular seasons over seventeen weeks the amount of such significant football that's going to be played down the stretch to make sure you hold on to that number one seed I think it's going to be buying a whack and it's still one of the great things that last week when you have all those division games in there but to me as I I again I speaking from a former player there is way more teams involved now they could have a chance to get into the playoffs and I'm all

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Carole Joffe: Author of "Obstacle Course: The Everyday Struggle to Get an Abortion in America"

The Electorette Podcast

09:45 min | 9 months ago

Carole Joffe: Author of "Obstacle Course: The Everyday Struggle to Get an Abortion in America"

"I'm Jim Taylor. Skinner in this is the electorate on this episode. I have a conversation with professor reproductive. Rights Advocate Carol. Joffe about her new book. Obstacle course the everyday struggle to get an abortion in America. We opened our conversation by discussing. How legislation has failed to protect access to abortion because it overlooks the everyday obstacles. That make it nearly impossible from any women to obtain an abortion legislatively. I confess to being very cynical. I seriously I don't think that even I mean. Look the country's deeply deeply divided about abortion those who are pro choice. See these restrictions as inhibiting often in a very cruel way women's ability to get an abortion. Those who are against abortion say. Yeah that's the point. We we are putting these things in precisely so we don't believe in abortion so therefore These restrictions are good because they make it harder to get an abortion. They they make it easier to close down clinics so all is to say that. I'm I mean in terms of the legislative process I don't think that anything we say in our book will sway. Those who who are opposed to abortion could put an antiabortion restrictions. What my co author David Cone and I are hoping is that those who are pro-choice but do not do abortion work or study or advocacy twenty four seven like many of the People. We discuss in our book. will come to understand how onerous restrictions are and hopefully will will move to remove those legislators out of office so who who are doing this as people who are pro choice when. I look for someone to vote into office right just to put. It simply feels like this people when they speak to us and you know. They're saying vote for me when they talk about abortion they talk about Roe v Wade and it doesn't spread from there they don't really talk about all of the little restrictions that have gone into place which makes exercising your right to an abortion nearly impossible for a lot of women. I mean legislatively one of the things that you point out in the book is that you know Central v Wade past have been about what to- hundred restrictions by now probably probably more like thirteen hundred? Yeah I feel like none of our politicians are really focusing on those. Are you know they have a blind spot? They're only looking at Roe v Wade. We have the protective weighed. Yes no if certainly make sense and and You know what I would say in response to that is of course. It's important to protect Roe. V Wade and there's a lot to be very nervous about at this very moment about row but what researching and writing this book show to me. Is that many women already live in post real world. In other words if roe is overturned what presumably will happen is it will be turned back to the states. That means they'll be a lot of traveling from what we now. Call hostile states to quote haven states. But that's already happening. I mean one thing that really surprised me and I've studied abortion more than thirty five years. one thing. That really surprised me was just extent of the travel of efforts at took to just get to a clinic for so many women. The really important thing about your book when I was reading it. You outline the stories of a lot of women. I think the first person you highlight is a fifteen year old teenager right and her parents were kind of in and out of the picture. And when you think about the fact that in some states you have to have parental consent right and you think about the thousands of dollars at it takes to get an abortion and this particular person ended up in one of those e call fake clinic. What do they call them? A clinic crisis pregnancy center. You just talk us through that scenario of what that might have been like for her fifteen year old teenager while she was a extrordinary. We did not interview her personally. We we found her story she had written it up So I can't speak to her personally but she. She had extraordinary. Extraordinarily determination was like for her to go to the center. She lives in the state where she had to make a separate trip to the clinic. Twenty four hours before the abortion. She got to the clinic. She realized something was wrong. It was a fake clinic. These crisis pregnancy centers and there's thousands of them there. There are more crisis. Pregnancy centers in the United States. Now than there are abortion providing facilities and in a number of states. They get they get public funding. You know one of the most of the many things in this world to be enraged about one of the most enraging things is for example in the state of Texas. Money is taken away from family planning centres not even abortion. I mean you may be sure does not give money to abortion clinics but to family planning programs contraceptive programs and gives them to these religiously sponsored crisis pregnancy centers that outright. Lie To women they either tell them they're ultrasound is so far along that Can't pass get an abortion? Or sometimes they tell them they're ultrasound shows actually earlier stage in pregnancy than they actually are so these women won't rush and by the time they get to a clinic They'll be too late. Another feature of them is that they have been very aggressive about buying property. Is nearest possible to legitimate abortion facilities and it's often very very confusing to patients. I mean this this case that we talked about in the book we call her Collier. It's very common especially for example in in a case that we do discuss the park crisis. Pregnancy center had a parking lot right next to a clinic. People from the fake clinic would stand outside would wave women in who of course stopped that they were being waived into the real clinic. So yeah this is one of many many problems that women face when they try to get an abortion. When I read this story I I. It was just incredible to me. I was so angry. And just the Paul the links go to to to to lie to women and you know into teenagers who are going through something. That's really really hard. So and in that case with Talia this clinic you can remind me or tell me if I'm correct or not. This clinic was right next door very close to it and it looked very much like the real clinic and the name was very similar. That's right and when you go into these places they're they're you know they're wearing lab coats and make you think that their doctors that's right and just it's just unfathomable to me the link to go through none of the I think you hit the right word on the head. It's unfathomable that these fake clinics Goto but it also Jennifer I would also say it's unfathomable the lengths women not just teenagers but women in general have to go through to get their abortions and they do. Yeah they do right. That gets to one of my next questions do we do. We have any data on. The percentage is the percentage of cases where obstacles collectively were. They've been successful right in a woman knocking abortion we done. That's a great question. We don't have good data on specifically women who were dissuaded or allied to at a crisis pregnancy center. My colleagues here at UCSF in the answer program have come up with a estimate that about four thousand women a year Who Show up at clinics are turned away because they arrived too late in in just station. Your listeners should understand that all abortion facilities are not uniform some go only through the first trimester of pregnancy some go to eighteen weeks Some states a number of states have banned abortions after twenty weeks there's only three or four clinics and the United States that will perform abortions after twenty four weeks and that's usually for Fetal anomalies or the woman herself is is very ill. I mean those are not the only people who get abortions there. But that's the bulk of the cases so It's a very cruel vicious cycle Europe. Poor woman you find out you're pregnant you try you look around you. Try to find a clinic. You make an appointment you try to find someone who will drive you there. You try to arrange childcare for your children. Sixty percent of abortion patients are our parents You arrange to take time off from work so all you have to put all these things into place. What we found out is simply getting a getting a reliable ride to a clinic if you don't have your own car or even if you do some clinics a use sedation which means you are not able to drive yourself home afterwards. Anyway but the time you get all these pieces in place and you show up to the clinic you may be past that clinics limit

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"eighteen weeks" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:32 min | 9 months ago

"eighteen weeks" Discussed on KCBS All News

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Genevieve Howland AKA Mama Natural on Avoiding Sugar for 20 Years

The Ultimate Health Podcast

05:46 min | 1 year ago

Genevieve Howland AKA Mama Natural on Avoiding Sugar for 20 Years

"Welcome to the podcast so great chatting outing with you today. I am so excited to be here with you. Guys thanks for having me our pleasure and it's super exciting because we are eighteen weeks pregnant right now says the very timely family conversation and we've got so much to get into but before we get into the juice the conversation let's talk about before natural so before you he became a natural. You lived a relatively unhealthy lifestyle. You ate junk food. You were overweight. You smoked he drank. Take us back to this time in your life and what was going going on you know for me. Food was kind of my in really in more particular sugar was kind of my drug of choice and so I just got into this pattern where I would use sugar you know go to kind of deal with life basically and so I was just a junk food junkie. I would try to eat healthy or to just not you know indulge but what I found myself. If I took like a bite of one cookie I would wanna have a whole roll of cookies and then a whole box of cookies and it really became addictive pattern. I kind of had like a midlife crisis twenty so this was like right after I graduate from college and I realized I kind of just hit a bottom and I realized I cannot do this myself because it was literally kind of just crushing my spirit right but of course also physically it was so harmful so by God's grace I finally made the connection that I cannot have refined sugar and it started literally unlike January first of nineteen ninety nine. I said you know what with God's help. I'm just not gonNA eat anymore. White refined sugar and it was just one day at a time and you know before I knew it I had a week together and then two weeks a month in six months in a year and now it's been like over twenty years since I have you know picked up. You know refined sugar sugar now. I'm sure I've gone to a restaurant and maybe like an salad dressing or something like that. There was some refined sugar but I've not intentionally gone out and eaten that for that long which which is a miracle but what I found was once you know. The sugar was lifted head then. I really didn't crave at that much. You know what I'm saying so so much of it was just getting eating clean of it and then I really didn't have the cravings because a lot of people here then they're like oh my gosh. I could never do that but once you just live without it for so long. It doesn't even come into your your consciousness. It's almost like dog food to me so yeah so once I got rid of sugar the weight just kind of fell off because I was very young and it was like I had a good metabolism as I was sabotaging issue myself with these binges of just sugar and fast acting carbs and then kind of just rippled into other areas of my life because then I started looking at okay why when I might cleaning I bath tub does my lungs hurt you know and I realized Oh my gosh is this bleach. That's in this product and maybe this isn't good for me and I started kind of clean up on my household supplies make makeup and then of course my Food Cup getting cleaner and cleaner and it just really became a lifestyle and then when I got pregnant. They was huge opportunity to think okay. How do I WANNA show up to this. Because in our culture it is a very medical is system and very much like you go to hospital you work with the doctor you know and a lot of cases you do end up up with some interventions and I was like you know. Could there be a different way and I would love to have it just be more natural and not so just invasive and medical allies and that kind of started me on the whole journey of natural so as you're going through this transition and you're cleaning things up. Are you learning from other people. Are there certain blogs that are inspiring inspiring you or books or documentaries. What does that look like well with the food thing. I mean this is back in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine so there wasn't even really like the Internet was not what what it is today so I kind of just plugging along and I found different support groups and and people that talked about not eating sugar and then there's other people are saying don't eat flour because that also can be really addictive and that kind of informed my early years in terms of food and then I remember stumbling upon the western a price book nursing traditions and that was probably gosh no two thousand and three so before you know it. I'm like driving out to these farms to our south of where I live so I pick up eggs and dairy Syrian meats and stuff like that people thought I was literally nuts okay because no one was doing that. You know at that time but that book was a huge revelation for me. In terms of just food quality and just I think a big pattern that I got into with the Sugar Jane was I would then I would binge feel terrible by myself and then I got a diet gotta like purged this exercise through just is restricting my food so try to eat like fat free Lean Lean Lane. You know not enough calories really and it was almost like I would set myself up to one eat you you know and to binge so that was such a revelation to read Sally Founds Book because it just helped me realize oh my gosh I'm not nourishing myself and so it gave me permission to eat real food food and fat and proteins and just well balanced meals so I'm incredibly grateful for that early introduction to that book and then when it came to being pregnant it was join the business of being born that such powerful documentary. It's such an awesome like visual way of just kind of learning about the medical system in the way birth is so institutionalized allies and that was my huge I opener that really got me down this path of like okay. I want to try to go natural and how did the name Mama natural come to be. You know it's funny. We actually started as Earth Mama ATV because we are on Youtube. We start as youtubers. I never had a website. I never had any like formal. Presence was more on youtube so we started doing videos there than we started a facebook page and we actually got shut down by a company that was like had a similar name so like. Oh we better change her name and then we're like okay. We gotta come up with a name that we could like trademark mark so that we don't get into this situation again and we wanted like a short. Url So we just brainstormed and went on to go daddy and put a million different names in there and Mama. The national is available right. Okay that works in so that's kind of how that came to

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Judge again blocks Arkansas from enforcing new abortion limit

Glenn Beck

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Judge again blocks Arkansas from enforcing new abortion limit

"A federal judge is still standing in the way of federal several laws limiting abortions in Arkansas district judge Christine Baker says the Arkansas laws restricting abortions will remain on enforced as a legal challenge makes its way through the courts the original injunction from the judge was set to expire today the laws in question do not allow abortions to happen at eighteen weeks of a pregnancy if the doctor is not a board certified OBGYN or if the unborn child is diagnosed with down syndrome the challenge of the laws comes from a clinic in little rock that is the state's only surgical abortion clinic and Planned Parenthood Arkansas's Attorney General is appealing judge Baker's ruling colonel Scott fox

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Judge again blocks Arkansas from enforcing new abortion limit

WSJ What's News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Judge again blocks Arkansas from enforcing new abortion limit

"That engages in business with mr medeiros government or anyone affiliated with the regime and a federal judge has blocked a series of abortion restrictions in arkansas that prevents laws from taking effect that would have closed the states last surgical abortion clinic and prohibited granted the procedure after eighteen weeks of pregnancy u._s. District judge christine baker said the law quote imposes substantial burdens on a large fraction of women seeking abortions in arkansas that substantially outweigh any state interest or any benefits to those women

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Arkansas And Eighteen Weeks discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Arkansas And Eighteen Weeks discussed on NPR News Now

"A federal judge has blocked at least for now new restrictions on abortion from going into effect in Arkansas the measures include a ban on abortion eighteen weeks into pregnancy and on all abortions performed because the fetus has has down syndrome

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Federal court blocks Arkansas from enforcing recently passed 18-week abortion ban

Drew Garabo Live

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Federal court blocks Arkansas from enforcing recently passed 18-week abortion ban

"Restrictive abortion rules have been blocked by a federal judge a Tuesday night a US district judge issued a temporary fourteen day block on the new measure specifically in Arkansas they were set to take effect today the new rules which ban abortion after eighteen weeks and raise requirements for doctors who perform abortions most likely force the state's only abortion clinic to close the laws are being challenged in court by Planned Parenthood the ACLU and other

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Federal judge blocks three tough Arkansas anti-abortion laws

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Federal judge blocks three tough Arkansas anti-abortion laws

"Five a federal judge's blocking three new abortion restrictions from taking effect today in Arkansas here's correspondent bill Michaels US district judge Christine Baker granted a fourteen day temporary restraining order shortly before midnight Tuesday the one hundred fifty nine page order blocks the state from enforcing the new laws including a measure prohibiting the procedure eighteen weeks into a woman's pregnancy under the law arkansas' only surgical abortion clinic would be forced to

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Arkansas, Official And Hill discussed on WBBM Programming

WBBM Programming

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Arkansas, Official And Hill discussed on WBBM Programming

"Hill a federal judge is blocking free new abortion restrictions from taking effect in Arkansas including a measure that opponents say would likely force that states only surgical abortion clinic to close the judge granted a fourteen day temporary restraining order shortly before midnight it blocks the state from enforcing the new laws including a measure prohibiting of the procedure eighteen weeks into a woman's pregnancy they also included a requirement the doctors performing abortions be board certified in obstetrical and gynecology an official with the little rock clinic that performs surgical abortion says it has one physician who meets that requirement but he only works there

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"eighteen weeks" Discussed on 1A

1A

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen weeks" Discussed on 1A

"A child at twenty two or even twenty maybe even eighteen weeks revive that we ought to protect that innocent life. So as long as we're governed by this prem- court on this question on our right, left limits. We should try to find inside those limits ways that we can find common ground, and protect the most innocent among us t-. You don't think it's so much of a woman's choice of what happens with her body think that it's ultimately a choice that we have to make when passing laws, one reason, why I think the supreme court should have taken this out of the hands of the American people is because ultimately, it's a moral question about what we will permit in our society to happen. Women have as much say in that as men do, because they vote just like men do for their own elective representatives. But ultimately is immoral question about what a civil? Society, should and should not permit, for instance, earlier this year we pass we tried to pass a Bill in the Senate that would required doctors and hospitals to care for a newborn child if survived intimidate abortion, just like they would care for any other child, or any other persons pretty Stanage. That most Democrats voted against that I think most Americans say that we should protect the new child in those cases now Kate via Twitter. She, she writes to us, why did you vote against violence against the violence against women act. Think h referring to the twenty thirteen Bill. The twenty thirteen Bill had some provisions in it, that we're troubling to me about the rights of the accused on Indian reservations. If you're an American citizen that goes on an Indian reservation and you're used violence rather than being prosecuted by a US attorney, or by local prosecuting attorney, that allow that law would have allowed Indian tribe, sometimes very small Indian tribes in, which everyone is almost by definition related to be able to adjudicate those claims, I think that's could set a dangerous precedent for the rights of accused American citizens. Of course, we all want to stop violence against women. I support law enforcement strongly. But I also take very seriously, the rights of the cues in our side and have a fair and impartial jury, and judge whenever they whenever they are accused of a crime Danny via Facebook, and he's are coming rapid-fire here, wanted just get all these comments in as one of his constituents. I want him to explain why he's telling American farmers to roll over and foreclosure, it's not as if they're dying like soldiers is he trying to finish what Reagan started it sounds as if he'd rather big corporations take over the American farmer. He's too much of a coward to have a town hall that isn't stacked with his base. So I was like, we may have some disagreements there. But what I want to have happen for Arkansas. Farmers is to get a fair shake for decades. They have not gotten a fair shake from China. So, for instance, Sasha, Rice's, our largest commodity in Arkansas, Rice's, terribly discriminated against to the point of almost not being sold at all in many countries all around the world. China though is one of the most notorious countries when it comes to cheating are farmers. Yes, I'd like to see those markets open. But for thirty years, what we've been trying, which is essentially letting China have one hand or one sided trade deals and distiller intellectual property to include..

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 Judge issues injunction on Utah's 18-week abortion ban

Business Rockstars

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Judge issues injunction on Utah's 18-week abortion ban

"Number of states recently, passing more restrictive abortion laws most of them immediately. Triggering court action the latest judges granting a request for a temporary restraining order to keep Utah from enforcing a new one there ACLU lawyer Leah Farrell said she's pleased that the judge granted the order request. By her organization as well as Planned Parenthood. People in Utah. And they have an accent. The reproductive rights that they have had before this Bill was passed. The two groups are suing the state over the law, which restricts most abortions to an eighteen week period. After conception

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Flu season has peaked, but activity remains high

Red Eye Radio

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Flu season has peaked, but activity remains high

"Flu season keeps going correspondent Kristen Holmes as the latest according to the centers for disease control this flu season is now tied as the longest in the last five years at twenty weeks for comparison the last five averaged six. Eighteen weeks since last October the CDC estimates. There have been hundreds of thousands of flu hospitalizations. And at least thirty four point nine million flu

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"eighteen weeks" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen weeks" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Take up to eighteen weeks of fully paid family leave without a reduction in pay city attorney will now draft ordinance we'll city staff prepare an economic analysis state law already allows up to eighteen weeks of paid family leave, but it only provides eligible employee's with about sixty seventy percent of their wages. LA's plan calls on employers to pay for the program though, there could be exemptions for small businesses. Boycott has been announced against two of the most expensive in luxury hotels in LA and Beverly Hills LA councilmember Paul corrects he says he won't set foot on the Beverly Hills hotel. Property or the hotel Bill air that is because the Royal family of Brunei owns them through an investment company. They Sultain of Brunei says people caught in same sex sex X, we'll be stoned or whipped to death under new enforcement of sharia law sharia law that they're beginning to implement heading off appendages from thief's stoning adulterers and people that are gay. He says that the boycott should include everything from lunch dates to room bookings to the movie and TV industry, not doing shoots on either hotel property if people actually stop attending these two hotels, they will feel it in the pocket book hotels ownership did put out a statement says that they value cultural diversity among their guests. Craig figure KNX ten seventy NewsRadio city of Huntington beach is scrapping plans for fifty bed homeless shelter me was scheduled for half acre property just behind marina high school, but school officials and parents complained about the proposal. He's now trying to find a more suitable site for the shelter. KNX in-depth coming up in two. That's right now, it's one of five meet the.

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A comparison of UK NHS and US private healthcare

Dr. Daliah

01:34 min | 1 year ago

A comparison of UK NHS and US private healthcare

"But why don't you ask one of the British people who are standing in line? Like, what are you talking about? I've been in this line phone got wet. Accent. But you as one of these people have mine now, they're not standing outside in line. But they are waiting. They say total of thirty six thousand eight hundred fifty seven people on the waiting list have been on it for nine months or more. There's been people waiting for over a year. So. Yeah. Healthcare for all they have health care for all they have the healthcare. They just can't get it. They just can't touch it. They see their in line for their health care for all. But does that mean they're getting healthcare? They say there's now over a hundred thousand more patients winning longer than eighteen weeks to start treatment. When it comes to cancer. That's not good. So NHS England is trying to plot new targets and measurements. And all that. Had increased hospital bed capacity. Well, one is beginning to space to is you need the nursing staff you need the answer. Larry staff three is you need the doctors and the medical providers. That costs money, and these doctors, and nurses and staff they're getting underpaid. They're overworked and underpaid their system as a mess. We have a mess. Thank you, a c. Now, we have mess. Obamacare did a number on that one.

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Arkansas, Utah lawmakers pass 18-week abortion bans

Vince Coakley

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Arkansas, Utah lawmakers pass 18-week abortion bans

"Abortion. Two more states now passing bills putting restrictions on the procedure in Utah have become the latest states to send their governors laws that would ban most abortions eighteen weeks into a woman's pregnancy. The Arkansas house gave final approval in an eighty six to one vote, and it's supported by Republican governor ASA Hutchinson. Utah also passed the eighteen week fan, but Republican governor Gary Herbert hasn't said whether he'll sign it bills in both states have exceptions for rape and incest. The eighteen week bands would be the strictest and the

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"eighteen weeks" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen weeks" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Title. Handle the truth. I like that. They actually did not start the show like that. But they should have. That's a great Jack. Well done. But anyway, yeah. So you want answers, I got answers. Okay. And there are five things five markers that when we have a bear market usually exhibit themselves, and they are exhibiting themselves now. So we're going to answer. What I think are we in a bear market or not. So we'll answer that in just a few minutes. Also this week. We're going to continue our series of the eighteen of the risks faced in retirement, and we are now on number eighteen. Wow, eighteen weeks and this week. We're going to talk about public policy risk. Okay. Which means that all of a sudden the government decides to means test social security, and guess what? You don't get any. All right, or they decide to mean stashed you and they increase your Medicare premium or whatever it may be right? So that's public policy risk. And how do you plan ahead for that? Because it is a risk and you need to plan ahead for it. So we'll go over that with you. Now also this week we're gonna talk about social security because when we visit with clients I would say that just about every meeting. I can think of that we have in class, we're talking social security. So this week we're gonna talk about we're gonna have questions regarding spousal social security benefits. All right now, if you have questions about social security, please Email me my Email addresses, Ken at moneymatters dot net. And if your questions are pithy, we will ask we will endeavor to answer them on the air. Okay. So we'll have some questions and we'll learn about spousal social security. Now, you know what Jack our philosophy of managing money. We believe that preservation of principle is the single most important thing that a retiree should be thinking about now. Obviously you want to grow your money. You want to beat inflation and all those kinds of things. But if you lose half your money in a bear market, all those other things become secondary. Okay. So you've got to put first things first as maybe Lombardi said or somebody? So we believe that selling and getting out before major damage is done to your finances is an important thing. And so that's why we sold we told our class to sell on December seventeenth now the market went way down from there. And then it came back up. And so the question you may be asking yourself is will can the market has been on a tear here this year. It's been it's been going up almost every day. And so what does that mean does it mean that we're not in a bear market? What we think so I'm gonna go back down memory lane with you. And I want to go back to November of two thousand seven when we said it was time to sell. Well, and what happened after that? Because it is similar to what happened. What's happening right now. It's almost identical in fact, and I want to go over that with you. Because the behavior of the market is exhibiting right now is actually classical bear market behavior. So I want to go over that with you and make sure you are prepared. Okay. So we're going to help you with that. Now, you know what Jack most shows would actually stop right there. Most jobs would say, you know, what if we did that we've done more than listening audience could possibly want from a financial show..

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"eighteen weeks" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen weeks" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Title. Handle the truth. I like that. They actually did not start the show like that. But they should have. That's a great drop Jack well done. But anyway. Yeah. So you want answers, I got answers. Okay. And there are five things five markers that when we have a bear market usually exhibit themselves, and they are exhibiting themselves now. So we're going to answer would I think are we in a bear market or not. So we'll answer that in just a few minutes. Also this week. We're going to continue our series of the eighteen of the risks faced in retirement, and we are now on number eighteen. Wow, eighteen weeks and this week. We're going to talk about public policy risk. Okay. Which means that all of a sudden the government decides to means test social security, and guess what? You don't get any. All right, or they decide to mean stashed you and increase your Medicare premium or whatever it may be right? So that's public policy risk. And how do you plan ahead for that? Because it is a risk and you need to plan ahead for it. So we'll go over that with you. Now also this week, we're gonna talk about social security. Because when we visit with clients, I would say that just about every meeting that I can think of that we have a class, we're talking social security. So this week we're going to talk about we're gonna have questions regarding spousal social security benefits. All right now, if you have questions about social security, please Email me my Email addresses, Ken at moneymatters dot net. And if your questions are pithy, we will ask we will endeavor to answer them on the air. Okay. So we'll have some questions and we'll learn about spousal security. Now, you know what? Jack our philosophy of managing money. We believe that preservation of principle is the single most important thing that a retiree should be thinking about now. Obviously you want to grow your money. You want to beat inflation and all those kinds of things. But if you lose half your money in a bear market, all those other things become secondary. Okay. So you got to put first things first as maybe Lombardi said or somebody? So we believe that selling and getting. Out before major damage is done to your finances is an important thing. And so that's why we sold we told our clients to sell on December seventeenth now the market went way down from there. And then it came back up. And so the question you may be asking yourself is. Well, can the market has been on a tear here this year? It's been it's been going up almost every day. And so what does that mean does it mean that we're not in a bear market? What do we think? So I want to go back down memory lane with you. And I want to go back to November of two thousand seven when we said it was time to sell and what happened after that? Because it is eerily similar to what happened. What's happening right now. It's almost identical in fact, and I want to go over that with you. Because the behavior of the market is exhibiting right now is actually classical bear market behavior. So I want to go over that with you and make sure you are prepared. Okay. So we went to help you with that. Now, you know what Jack most shows would actually stop right there. Most shows would say, you know, what if we did that we've done more than listening audience could possibly want from a financial show. Wow..

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"eighteen weeks" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen weeks" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Title. Handle the truth. I liked that. They actually did not start the show like that. But they should have. That's great dropped Jack well done. But anyway. Yeah. So you want answers, I got answers. Okay. And there are five things five markers that when we have a bear market usually exhibit themselves, and they are exhibiting themselves now. So we're going to answer that I think are we in a bear market or not. So we'll answer that in just a few minutes. Also this week. We're going to continue our series of the eighteen of the risks faced in retirement, and we are now on number eighteen. Wow, eighteen weeks and this week. We're going to talk about public policy risk. Okay. Which means that all of a sudden the government decides to mean, test, social security, and guess what? You don't get any. All right, or they decide to mean stashed. You increase your Medicare premium or whatever it may be right? So that's public policy risk. And how do you plan ahead for that? Because it is a risk and you need to plan ahead for it. So we'll go over that with you. Now also this week we're going. To talk about social security because when we visit with clients, I would say that just about every meeting that I can think of that we have with class, we're talking social security. So this week we're gonna talk about we're gonna have questions regarding spousal social security benefits. All right now, if you have questions about social security, please Email me my Email addresses, Ken at moneymatters dot net. And if your questions are fifty we will ask we will endeavour to answer them on the air. Okay. So we'll have some questions, and we'll learn about staus social security. Now, you don't what Jack our philosophy of managing money. We believe that preservation of principle is the single most important thing that a retiree should be thinking about now. Obviously you want to grow your money. You want to beat inflation and all those kinds of things. But if you lose half your money in a bear market, all those other things become secondary. Okay. So you got to put first things first as maybe Lombardi said or somebody? So we. Believe that selling and getting out before major damage is done to your finances is it important thing. And so that's why we sold we told our class to sell on December seventeenth now the market went way down from there. And then it came back up. And so the question you may be asking yourself is. Well, can the market has been on a tear here this year? It's been it's been going up almost every day. And so what does that mean does it mean that we're not in a bear market? What do we think? So I want to go back down memory lane with you. And I want to go back to November of two thousand seven when we said it was time to sell and what happened after that? Because it is eerily similar to what happened. What's happening right now. It's almost identical in fact, and I want to go over that with you. Because the behavior of the market is exhibiting right now is actually classical bear market behavior. So I want to go over that with you and make sure you are prepared. Okay. So we're going to help you with that. Now, you know what Jack most shows would actually stop right there. Most those would say, you know, what if we did that we've done more than listening audience could possibly want from a financial show..

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"eighteen weeks" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen weeks" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Answers money. Handle the truth. I liked that. They actually did not start the show like that. But that's a great dropped Jack well done. But anyway. Yeah. So you want answers, I got answers. Okay. And there are five things five markers that when we have a bear market usually exhibit themselves, and they are exhibiting themselves now. So we're going to answer. What I think are we in a bear market or not. So we'll answer that in just a few minutes. Also this week. We're going to continue our series of the eighteen of the risks faced in retirement, and we are now on number eighteen. Wow, eighteen weeks and this week. We're going to talk about public policy risk. Okay. Which means that all of a sudden the government decides to mean, Steph, social security, and guess what? You don't get any. All right, or they decide to means test you and they increase your Medicare premium or whatever it may be right? So that's public policy risk. And how do you plan ahead for that? Because it is a risk and you need to plan ahead for it. So we'll go over that with you. Now also this week. We're gonna talk about social security because when we visit with clients, I would say that just about every meeting that I can think of that I have class we're talking social security. So this week we're gonna talk about we're gonna have questions regarding spousal social security benefits. All right now, if you have questions about social security, please Email me my Email addresses, Ken at moneymatters dot net. And if your questions are fifty we will ask we will endeavour to answer them on the air. Okay. So we'll have some questions and we'll learn about spousal social security. Now, you know what? Jack our philosophy of managing money. We believe that preservation of principle is the single most important thing that a retirees should be thinking about now, obviously you want to grow your money. You want to beat inflation and all those kinds of things. But if you lose half your money in bear market, all those other things become secondary. Okay. So you got to put first things first as maybe Lombardi said or somebody so. We believe that selling and getting out before major damage is done to your finances is an important thing. And so that's why we sold we told our class to sell on December seventeenth now the market went way down from there. And then it came back up. And so the question you may be asking yourself is. Well, can the market has been on a tear here this year? It's been it's been going up almost every day. And so what does that mean does it mean that we're not in a bear market? What do we think? So I want to go back down memory lane with you. And I want to go back to November of two thousand seven when we said it was time to sell and what happened after that? Because it is eerily similar to what happened. What's happening right now. It's almost identical in fact, and I want to go over that with you because the behavior of the market is exhibiting right now is actually classical bear market behavior. So I want to go over that with you and make sure you are prepared. Okay. So we gonna to help you with that. Now, you know what Jack most shows would actually stop right there. Most shows would say, you know, what if we did that we've done more than listening audience could possibly want from a financial show. Oh..

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"eighteen weeks" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen weeks" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Title. Can handle the truth? I liked that. They actually did not start the show like that. But they should have. That's a great drop Jack well done. But anyway. Yeah. So you want answers, I got answers. Okay. And there are five things five markers that when we have a bear market usually exhibit themselves, and they are exhibiting themselves now. So we're going to answer. What I think are we in a bear market or not. So we'll answer that in just a few minutes. Also this week. We're going to continue our series of the eighteen of the risks faced in retirement, and we are now on number eighteen. Wow, eighteen weeks and this week. We're going to talk about public policy risk. Okay. Which means that all of a sudden the government decides to mean, Steph, social security, and guess what? You don't get any all right, or they decide to mean stashed you and they increase your Medicare premium or whatever it may be right? So that's public policy risk. And how do you plan ahead for that? Because it is a risk and you need to plan ahead for it. So we'll go over that with you. Now also this week we're gonna. Talk about social security because when we visit with clients, I would say that just about every meeting that I can think of that I have with class, we're talking social security. So this week we're gonna talk about we're gonna have questions regarding spousal social security benefits. All right now, if you have questions about security, please Email me my Email addresses, Ken at moneymatters dot net. And if your questions are pithy, we will ask we will endeavor to answer them on the air. Okay. So we'll have some questions and we'll learn about spousal social security. Now, you know what? Jack our philosophy of managing money. We believe that preservation of principle is the single most important thing that a retiree should be thinking about now. Obviously you want to grow your money. You want to beat inflation and all those kinds of things. But if you lose half your money in a bear market, all those other things become secondary. Okay. So you got to put first things first as maybe Lombardi said or somebody? So we. Believe that selling and getting out before major damage is done to your finances is important thing. And so that's why we sold we told our class to sell on December seventeenth now the market went way down from there. And then it came back up. And so the question you may be asking yourself is. Well, can the market has been on a tear here this year? It's been it's been going up almost every day. And so what does that mean does it mean that we're not in a bear market? What do we think? So I'm going to go back down memory lane with you. And I want to go back to November of two thousand seven when we said it was time to sell and what happened after that? Because it is eerily similar to what happened. What's happening right now. It's almost identical in fact, and I want to go over that with you. Because the behavior of the market is exhibiting right now is actually classical bear market behavior. So I want to go over that with you and make sure you are prepared. Okay. So we're gonna help you with that. Now, you know what Jack most shows actually stop right there. Most shows would say, you know, what if we did that we've done more than our listening audience could possibly want from a financial show..

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"eighteen weeks" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

09:21 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen weeks" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Go ahead down the for free. And they even have a MAC version now too. So you can get for both windows and MAC computers. The go Carl a follow up question. Does that answer your question? He answered the question. Very well. Thank you very much and have a great day and good luck with your store. Thank you very much. We appreciate you joining us today. And if you'd like to take cars line, we're ready to take your calls at eight four four to two zero zero nine six five again that number is eight four four to two zero zero nine six five and also we're taking your tax questions at two one two three two two one two three two. And then that's another way you can also reach out and join the conversation because it's your questions at power the show on the ask the experts weekend. So now, I think let's go ahead and get into our big three's. Do what you got this week Facebook, actually free. Actually, I'm not talking about Facebook decide. Wow. The teen week stretch comes to an end when wild like an eighteen weeks. We've we've literally been doing Facebook stories for the past eighteen weeks. Like, wow, I haven't been keeping track. It hasn't been eighteen. I was exaggerating a bit. But it sure has felt like it's every single week. Yeah. I mean, let's see I'm looking up on the website actually right now. And since we started keeping track of of our show, topics. I think we've done in the past twenty one episodes since we start. I twenty one episode since we started keeping track last year that Facebook has been mentioned in one of the big three tech topic. So it's definitely been talked about quite a lot on this show. But forging a break from it this week. We'll take a break. We'll yeah, we'll take a break from Facebook to talk about something. That's probably there's a strong. Ability that you might be affected. Basically, what happened is is that if you have stayed at a Marriott hotel or wanted to Starwood brands of hotels, including W hotels, the Saint Regis Sheraton hotels and resorts to Weston element aloft luxury collection should be portfolio. Meridian four pints by Sheraton design hotels, and or have Starwood brand of timeshare. You are one of five hundred people whose five hundred million people whose information has been compromised in the second largest data corporate data breach in history. Marianne just announced last week that they had discovered that dating back to twenty four teen that the Starwood reservation system had been compromised. That information had been distributed to unscrupulous third parties, including credit card information and other personally identifying information like name. Name address. And even some cases passport numbers, so Marriott, and Starwood have CEPA website. About this issue where you can sign up for free year of credit monitoring, the it's a really unusual site address at answers dot crawl K R O L L dotcom. Answers dot crawl dot com. And there's also links if you go to the refreshing peers down that website and go to radio show, and then show topic resources. You can also view the news some news articles that have links to this site. And then you can go ahead and sign for that monitoring to protect yourself because I know probably at least twenty different people that stayed at one of these properties at some point within the past five years, so five hundred million people. I mean, the ad so many people in one of it's probably one of the most preferred hotel types of the one of the more preferred hotel in issues, a stay at across the country. Absolutely. The biggest of course, was another breach. We've talked on our. Our show before which was the Yahoo breach. That was like the biggest in terms of actual number of accounts, gang compromised. But I think the Marriott one is going to be considered the most serious because here we have so many people involved, and this time it involves not just names and Email addresses and stuff like that. But also credit card numbers and government, ide- passports, passport numbers is what's really disconcerting there. Yes. So definitely make sure to keep your eye out. And if you've used why these credit cards at Marriott hotel, you might want to go ahead and contact your Bank have them changed the card out. And of course, make sure to redeem that complementary credit monitoring. Our next topic for today has to do with automation and air safety. This is a topic that originally came up back in nineteen eighty eight with the with the crash of an Airbus A three twenty at the time, the eighth Royal was a brand new mouse airplane and on June twenty six one thousand nine hundred Air France flight to ninety six was doing a chartered air show flight when it crashed in France, killing three of the one hundred thirty six people on board at the time during the investigative process. There was speculation that the airplanes brand new top of the line fly by wire computer system, had contributed to the accident by overruling the commands of a human pilot which caused the plane to descend when it was commanded to climb at the time. It was discovered that the final result was that the automates safety system while it didn't necessarily contribute to the crash. It was the pilots. Actions in stone near plane in the safety system responded, as it was supposed to to prevent it from stalling in causing an even harder impact and discussion about fly by wire technology pretty much fizzled after that. And it's been adopted as mainstream for a lot of modern airplanes. Now fast forward to this year. And we've had decreased of a brand new seven thirty seven smacks. Eight airplane in Indonesia. It was a lion air flight six ten in. The plane was only two months old and all one hundred and eighty nine people were tragically killed in this accident and over the course of this investigation, so far it was discovered that in automated safety system reacting to corrupted data from a sensor had actually overruled the act the inputs of the human pilots and dove the aircraft into the sea. So now, it's the now that's on the opposite for now. This is a Boeing made airplane. Which of course, Boeing Airbus are the two biggest manufacturers in commercial aviation jet airliners and now and now what's making the situation. Worse is in the air. France crash, the limitations of the made safety systems were known. But now in this particular, applying the scary part is is that all these pilots from all these airlines around the world are saying nobody told us about this. So we had in this case accrue, fighting automation that was taking control away from them. And it literally led to the deaths of nearly two hundred people. And so now, we're at a crossroads again with the technology industry is wearing is how much automation is too much. Mation is just like with the self. It's just like what we're seeing with self driving cars had accidents attributed to self driving cars when they didn't necessarily recognize an obstacle react to an obstacle. I I believe automation to an extent can be very good thing. But humans need to have more greater involvement in januar- action of the nation. And I believe for example, that new self driving cars, you see all these previews where they don't have steering wheels. I think even self driving cars still need to have steering wheels for human control. I would agree. So at this point, this crosswords is come to a head and people are going to be continuing this discussion, of course investigation is continuing. But we shall see what we shall see technology as it progresses, and that's one of the other things automated weapon systems. We've probably seen ten movies why having complete automated weapon systems isn't a bad thing. Because on top of it. Not just on nation reacting to bad data, but also automation reacting to unscrupulous inputs or or bat, can it can really lead to some bad type of events to that could potentially unfold. So we make sure that people and technology keep that good balance to make sure that technology only serves to benefit and grow our human society.

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All survive crash of Mexican jetliner, some walk from wreck

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

03:37 min | 2 years ago

All survive crash of Mexican jetliner, some walk from wreck

"Temporarily prohibited from being published online a federal judge made the last ditch attempt to keep those blueprints, for three guns from being made available the temporary restraining order came down. Late yesterday defense distributed is the Austin based. Company behind the plans for, the three d. gun blueprints their founder Cody Wilson says he doesn't see that his company is doing anything wrong I believe. That I, am championing the second amendment in the twenty first century think access to the firearm is, a fundamental human dignity by permitting three d. weapons to be. Published online the Trump. Administration had settled a five year legal fight critics of the gun say they would be untraceable nearly impossible to regulate Kristen Wiesel NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD now five thirty two at KRLD CBS news update. Facebook says it's working with the FBI to get to. The bottom of thirty two pages and fake accounts that appear to be linked to a, campaign by Russia to influence the midterm elections. The, company says they, are, similar to ads posted during the. Two thousand sixteen presidential campaign CBS news political. Analyst Leonard Steinhorn it's highly unlikely that the source is anywhere but Russia or Russia connected we have to. Be honest about that address it and help, companies like Facebook put up firewalls against the type of Russian propaganda that's being put out there see. Nets executive editor, insurer says Facebook's discovery shows it's learned from stakes made. In the Cambridge Analytica scandal real changes how proactive are they going to be. How good are they going to be making sure this stuff doesn't happen in the future great good that. They can clean it up but what's the next step and I think this, is the first sign that they're really trying to do that CBS news update I'm Deborah Rodriguez well they're calling it a miracle in Mexico and arrow Mexico jetliner taking. Off from, the city of Durango, in the middle of a thunderstorm crashed in, a field near the airport. And according to officials on the ground. There were no fatalities from the crash, site showed the fuselage intact and lying in a horizontal position in a field. First, responders arrived on the scene, within minutes to. Put out the fire and evacuate the survivors Mexican officials, say the. Jets ninety nine passengers and four crew? Members have all been accounted for most were able to walk away from the wreck about. Half, of those who were on board were. Hospitalized and the pilot is? Said to be the most seriously injured CBS correspondent Lauren Podesta a five thirty four now at KRLD It is one, step forward and two steps back for firefighters in northern California no sooner do they. Finally get the upper hand on that huge fire near the city of reading that we've been telling you, about then to others breakout forcing a new round of evacuations this man barely got out you could literally. Hear that vortex Growling Russ Fowler with Cal fire says. It's hard to keep up we have a lot of new starts every. Single day that have significant potential and. Our goal is, to hit those new fires the heaviest and the fastest so that none of. Those new fires become heavy or. Become, large cities thirty-five where you have traffic and weather together on the aids, coming up then politicians wanting to. Keep their jobs met last night in Fort Worth the. First, intermediate goal is in sight I'm Andrew, Greenstein and then the eighteen. Weeks that I've been. On the soda weight loss plan I have lost almost fifty pounds now soda that's s. o., t. a. it stands for state of the art and that's exactly what this is it's a state of the art approach to losing weight now I still have a ways to go but already I feel great I have more energy my clothes is, starting to get too big on me and the.

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"eighteen weeks" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen weeks" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"I just have to put the people who work around me in the best position to succeed because they can do it so much better than i can but that's exciting to write like the fact that we have the best funny headline writers in the world means i don't have to do it and means i can just sort of like bask in reflected glory and that's a cool thing about it yeah that is cool although it's like it takes some level of self confidence to admit that you're like the eighth best like did you feel some need to prove yourself when you got there did you have to write like a couple of funny headlines or did you walk in nearly this is not my shit i don't mean it's not my shit in that i'm not gonna try like i want to get better at those things like those things are so core to what we do that i don't want to be the eighth best i feel totally competitive when it's like yeah wait i can read a funny headline to and i don't mean that actually to prove myself to my colleagues like i think they know what i'm good at and what i'm not good at but i want to be able to hang you know what i mean and so yeah i think there's some sense of like i've gotta prove myself i'm the first external hire to be the i see in deadspin history and so not everybody knew me or knew anything about my work and i don't think there was resistance to me being hired but i do think when you're coming in from outside there's a like need to say like hey no i can do this but somebody told me about like a management adage at one point that is everybody tries to prove that they're competent when they first start and what you actually have to prove that you're trustworthy and that is something that i think about all the time i feel confident enough in my skills that i think that's going to come through even if i'm not the best funny headline writer on staff i think i can communicate my skills in other ways but to say to this group of people especially when it's a relatively large group of people you know hey i am here for you i want to make your job easier please trust me and let me in on the process so that i can do that that feels much more important to me were were obviously eighteen weeks into your tenure yes just in the math in my head yeah and my sense is like despite the the seas being rocky like it's going pretty well do you like it it's really fun i mean i i do feel really lucky to just like work with brilliant people and do cool stories and just get to experiment i mean the vibe is very much like hey let's try this and maybe it will work and maybe it won't and that means like trying a particular story and maybe the lead doesn't pan out and it also means like let's try this goofy gimmick and see if anybody's interested in it and the advantage i have you know i am coming in from outside and so i see things from a slightly different perspective although i've been a deadspin reader for a decade or more but many people on the deadspin staff have worked there for a really long time berry petite ski who's our deputy editor has been there i think he's coming up on his nine year anniversary so the two of us of the two top editors on the site and he has all the institutional knowledge and can tell you basically every piece deadspin as ever run and i can say hey you know maybe we should try this weird thing that does spend would never have thought of before so it's a nice balance and it.

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"eighteen weeks" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen weeks" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And i'm not talking about whether it's a good choice about their i'm talking about actually dollar bills you do your thing and i'll do my thing we'll stay in each other's lanes out of each other's lanes i'll stay stay in yours and that's the way it should be what happens is the republicans get dragged into situations and then they get in there and then they're in a sandbox and unfamiliar with and the rules are made up by the other side and you're not quite sure what the rules are then you get your ass kicked and you look around and you say wow that didn't work out the way that i thought it was and at some point in time you just look and say it's over we're moving on with our life but remember that word i talked about earlier fear fear fear fear they are gonna use fear to raise money they're gonna use fear to rile their base they're gonna use fear as their driver for the next eighteen weeks because that's all they have left three two three five three twenty four twenty three at chadbensonshow is your twitter you can tweet oh long with us and you should tweet along with us kids it's a good thing it really really really is a good thing getting closer and closer to getting the boys out in thailand she'll be coming up in the next few hours probably start to make take the next i don't know if they're gonna take because they've been taking up two at a time and the way they work is it's too and then it's too literally behind each other and it's a long track i think a lot of people think well they're just scoop stuff it's big cave you just put your gear on it's not like that before weakest voice rescued eighteen divers each accompanied by two divers with the lead rescuer tether to a boy and carrying his oxygen tank then that two and a half mile hour long return journey through a maze of twisting underwater passages they were carried on stretchers at rush to a waiting helicopter for the short flight to a hospital thirty five miles away yeah so it's two and a half hours they've got a refill the oxygen i said why don't we have more oxygen tanks you think but whatever it is what it is and this is big you've got an election coming up in thailand right you've got the government wanting to look good in this they don't want any more disaster anymore nightmare people are looking at this isn't just let's rescue these boys because right thing to do there's some political issues behind this as well because of the military and their government and how they run it and there are some issues here and it is a long track you've gotta take some of these kids back through areas that are first of all it's pitch black right you're underwater this isn't like you're going out in the ocean and like you know hey where at sandals it's beautiful and i could see the bottom of the it's not like that it is murky it is dark even the divers don't know where they're going and they're squeezing through areas that are so small it is a tough thing so the way they've done it is they bring out at a time not too far behind each other and then that's basically four and then it takes another ten or twelve hours where they start the journey get i don't know if they're going to try to bring everybody out at once now meaning to and then the third person to coach the last the last person the coach in the last divor i'm not quite sure how that works but it's been pretty you know i mean i knew wasn't going to be months we're not keeping it for much longer you go the more of a chance you're going to have an issue and people could die so you gotta go when you go you got to take the chance where you take the chance and they're.

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Alzheimer and Two Thousand Eighteen Week discussed on Ethan at Night

Ethan at Night

01:12 min | 2 years ago

Alzheimer and Two Thousand Eighteen Week discussed on Ethan at Night

"The article in psychology today that she has boost your brain in two thousand eighteen week one kickoff dr brian great to talk to you today great to be here thanks so much all right so let's talk about our brain i mean just be honest we need it running in peak shape otherwise because who wants i mean no offense but we all have known people or have family with dementia alzheimer's or anything like that i don't want to get that far down the past let's start cutting shortcircuiting and cutting that short now absolutely you're right it makes sense to think about every day being a brain health opportunity for us starting even as children this the focus has really been growing and we know that by being proactive throughout our lifetime we can decrease our risk of dementia so it's an exciting opportunity for all of us and i'm just gonna say this before we get into what you wrote about overwhelming amounts of data and research and i talked about it one yesterday on this show another new double blind pissed placebo controlled study sugar is bad for your brain okay so we can talk about drugs being bad for your brain sugar is bad for your brand get away from all the carbs that's another one that we are now learning a lot about but besides that i mean so.

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"eighteen weeks" Discussed on Business Inspires

Business Inspires

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen weeks" Discussed on Business Inspires

"So we provide equipment to help them get supplies people staff around their grounds so our golf carts do not have wrecks on them we don't have any golfer so they are backseats utility boxes on we have industrial flats that i see here the yard to get tables around tables and chairs and we have gators as well and then we have six passenger shuttles to move people to and from parking we see that a lot with our customers from remote parking to the actual event so businesses interested in either you know maybe they have an event going on that they need to ranch or the business might be has some ideas that they need to have a golf car to onced onsite they're needing things because lots of acreage in the business and such like that let's walk through the process than business gives you a call whether it'd be the rental or the sales what questions do you ask they don't feel like i don't know what i want 'cause you're matori's pretty demon regards to what you offer yes that the first question i asked is is the event indoors or outdoors because we do have electric vehicles as well so if there's a special vip like at a distribution center stockholders are coming in or board of directors or coming in we'll provide electric vehicles of it's indoors but most my inventory about ninety percent inventory is gas so we ask them how large the event is if they're moving people or supplies that's my number two question removing people or supplies and then hours of operation we can usually cover grounds because a golf cart can go about one hundred miles on a tank guests so usually the size of the grounds doesn't matter but the big one would be gasser electric and people or supplies so and that kind of helps us gear them to what they really need everybody thinks they need a gator and they don't really need a gator so that's that's why we ask those questions i think if they go to the website and take a look at the pictures of the maturity of the you have they may be swayed away from gator they probably are everybody wants the beefier faster vehicle but the gators have a constant constitutional and that is not real safe in big crowds so when we find out there in a big crowd and like it red white and boom and they wanna get ice to and from they really need to save for vehicle like a golf cart so it's not hard to to get them in the right equipment what is the easiest way to contact you would you advise go to the website i kind of look around a little bit then give you a call i would definitely say look around the website because there's pictures of the vehicles and then we can use the same language if you're looking at a box golf card than we can use that word when you call but vale ability is the biggest issue there's only about eighteen weeks of the year here in ohio so availability is the big issue so once you kind of get an idea of what vehicle you want give us a call and we'll figure out if there's availibility and then we work out delivery and pickup which we do offers well anywhere from two cars to we have an event six hundred cars so we do all the transport as well if it's a larger event probably give you a little bit sooner than later yeah we start taking reservations january first once we get our big venues such as middle house sports car kors some of the big concerts once those start to form an early january than we can fill in the other dates but we'll work in a soon as we can well speaking of vincent let's give some examples of the events you work with lot of rock concerts music festivals red wine boom is one of our favorite customers the staff as well as the police department so that's one of our favorites to do on course events at ohio state and race tracks again our big customers they they love their golf kerr's at race race events in any camping venezuela we just did a a dog agility show last week and they're campers had golf cars so we had a hundred and fifty golf carts at clark county so big event it's going to ask areas that you cover so we're of course oliver ohio but we do a lot on the.

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"eighteen weeks" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen weeks" Discussed on The Daily

"It's wednesday june twenty seven did you always know that you wanted kids i would say no i think there was a point in time where i was going to be much more career focused and kind of thought well maybe the kids thing is for me earlier this year while working on this investigation into pregnancy discrimination i met this woman aaron murphy natalie kit row f covers the economy for the times she works in commodities trading in new york basically buying selling commodities that could be anything from metals or oil or cotton or things like that specifically she works with crude oil traders on a big trading floor and she coordinates the movement of oil from one place to the other it's a well paid job with a six figure salary and bonus in an office tower and while i was in school i brought this job at a company called louis dreyfus and then she moved to goldman sachs and eventually she landed at glencore which is the world's largest commodities trading for at first it felt like this is great i can succeed here i can be great here and things are going well she's getting good reviews excellent reviews you know i mean i was given shares to the company because i was reward as rewards so i was being compensated for what i was being told that i was netflix employees i was invaluable i was helping make my trader successful i never once was told anything to the contrary but there was one thing that was less than ideal oil industry is the very like old school boy's club if you came to my office and you looked at who the traders earn who people in power where you would notice right away they're predominantly white male and then there's a lot of you know regular banter you know i guess locker room talk from men they're talking about women yes yes i think that i realized early on that if i wanted to be liked if i wanted to move on if i wanted to be given opportunities i had to be okay with it you know allow it to happen despite all that she's settling into this job and in the meantime things are changing for her outside of work she gets married she starts thinking about having kids and in twenty fourteen she gets pregnant and so i was pretty nervous about being pregnant i was pretty nervous about how that was going to impact my career so i've waited a long time to tell work i waited until eighteen weeks until i told work and since i had a very friendly relationship with the head trader of my desk i pulled him aside and i let him know i said i'm having a baby and i said i'm eighteen weeks long and he asked why did you wait on tell me that i've fairy concerned that this is going to impact my hair and has response was well it won't impact it but it will definitely plateau it but it's another it's a fancy way of saying yes your career is gonna stay where it is now yes how's it mmediately i guess defensive to prove to him that it wasn't going to change me but in the back of your mind did you believe him think i still had hope i think i still felt like oh he doesn't know me you know maybe that happened with other women but i'm gonna work even harder i'm going to put in ten times the effort than i've already put in so that i can prove it different i can prove them wrong and.

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"eighteen weeks" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen weeks" Discussed on The Daily

"It's wednesday june twenty seven did you always know that you wanted kids i would say no i think there was a point in time where i was going to be much more career focused and kind of thought well maybe the kids thing is for me earlier this year while working on this investigation into pregnancy discrimination i met this woman aaron murphy natalie kit row f covers the economy for the times she works in commodities trading in new york basically buying selling commodities that could be anything from metals or oil or cotton or things like that specifically she works with crude oil traders on a big trading floor and she coordinates the movement of oil from one place to the other it's a well paid job with a six figure salary and bonus in an office tower and while i was in school i brought this job at a company called louis dreyfus and then she moved to goldman sachs and eventually she landed at glencore which is the world's largest commodities trading for at first it felt like this is great i can succeed here i can be great here and things are going well she's getting good reviews excellent reviews you know i mean i was given shares to the company because i was reward as rewards so i was being compensated for what i was being told that i was netflix employees i was invaluable i was helping make my trader successful i never once was told anything to the contrary but there was one thing that was less than ideal oil industry is the very like old school boy's club if you came to my office and you looked at who the traders earn who people in power where you would notice right away they're predominantly white male and then there's a lot of you know regular banter you know i guess locker room talk from men they're talking about women yes yes i think that i realized early on that if i wanted to be liked if i wanted to move on if i wanted to be given opportunities i had to be okay with it you know allow it to happen despite all that she's settling into this job and in the meantime things are changing for her outside of work she gets married she starts thinking about having kids and in twenty fourteen she gets pregnant and so i was pretty nervous about being pregnant i was pretty nervous about how that was going to impact my career so i've waited a long time to tell work i waited until eighteen weeks until i told work and since i had a very friendly relationship with the head trader of my desk i pulled him aside and i let him know i said i'm having a baby and i said i'm eighteen weeks long and he asked why did you wait on tell me that i've fairy concerned that this is going to impact my hair and has response was well it won't impact it but it will definitely plateau it but it's another it's a fancy way of saying yes your career is gonna stay where it is now yes how's it mmediately i guess defensive to prove to him that it wasn't going to change me but in the back of your mind did you believe him think i still had hope i think i still felt like oh he doesn't know me you know maybe that happened with other women but i'm gonna work even harder i'm going to put in ten times the effort than i've already put in so that i can prove it different i can prove them wrong and.

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"eighteen weeks" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen weeks" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Just not sure i can do it or i need to wait longer to do it so we are seeing the age of i i really getting pushed up quite rapidly and i think part of what women are doing is delaying and they're delaying so that they can save up for to pay that you know these these high costs have childcare and because research shows that every year you delay having a child the motherhood what each penalty that you face is lower so they know that if they can just you know wait their careers will turn out better and they'll be able to save up for childcare unfortunately for a lot of women though there wouldn't you wait and wait and wait to have a kid you can often run out of time so just wondering compared to other nations where does the united states rank in terms of things such as paid maternity leave or indeed even pay childcare in terms of of paid maternity leave this one's easy because the united states is alone i think pop a guinea also no one doesn't have paid maternity leave but aside from those two countries the united states for new guinea everybody else has paid maternity leave and their research shows that that that does increase for tilleke so strata has one of the more recent paid maternity leave policies in two thousand eleven they introduced eighteen weeks of paid leave and then some additional unpaid leave and there's some new research coming out that shows that women have more children as a result so it it just rates and terms of child care you know other countries do support childcare more the united states is mostly a system of private childcare with very little government funding so but you know one thing that that.

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"eighteen weeks" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen weeks" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Now we spent eighteen weeks in various segments three weeks each going to nashville and she recorded a christian album called katy perry which i believe he can still find on the internet throat some great songs just like she writes great songs today she writes all her songs and i think that's what makes her valuables and artists to is because and i think that's probably what makes her number one on twitter because she has such a command of the english language and she corky funny she's not that serious you can certainly not pigeonhole or i mean that's that's definitely been something as as a as a faith oriented family was there was there a parting of the ways on some levels of what she knew to be faith when she went into secular music or how did how did the transition into secular music affect her from where you sat and what you were able to see in fact we didn't affect us it was you know we didn't think she would go and some of the directions that she went into but it doesn't the thing is you can't look at it as something that's going to move you you start praying and you move it would you say that the overall general influence of the of the music industry had more to shape of that or was it something that she was just working through and and had not come to yeah i think she was working through a kevin sort of like this big huge ball coming down the mountain and you don't know whether you're gonna get snowball bayada you're gonna stand up and stop stop it but i think it's just like a child that develops his personality like every parent can see it's a god given gifts every parent can see the gifts and talents in their children i have scriptures for all three of my chiloe that i've been praying over them since they were gay high and you see the gifts in them and you just magnify the gift you kurds them in a gift and you let them keep going in that sometimes they get off track he just stay on your knees and thank god that they're gonna come back on well i i can say affirmatively that her job on idol has been phenomenal she's i think i think i'm gonna fan.

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‘Moderate’ drinking guidelines are too loose, study says

Lori and Julia

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

‘Moderate’ drinking guidelines are too loose, study says

"They said experts are now changing their mind regarding light drinking a previous previous study from denmark said during it three to four times a week was linked to lower risk of type two diabetes however after studying six hundred thousand participants researchers have discovered that drinking five to ten alcoholic drinks a week was likely to shorten your listen to what they say how much do you think it's a year six months to raise that to eighteen week you're cutting off five years.

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"eighteen weeks" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen weeks" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Biogas republished in the in case he lifetime back in the 40s and uh uh they weren't able to study the readings the way you and i can do right now on the internet wait wait on the internet and and take all but readings and you can look at all the readings um for stomachulcer or something or were planters you know works or something and you can look at them quite logically and you look at the mutual um you can study them move so many different ways that you couldn't do before a very popular the '60s cold um hi sleeping pop it just stern and um you know uh just uh i i think it took him just eighteen weeks to rate that book and that's record while it it it's a record but it also tells you that he didn't read those reading and and and he read the surely read some of them more a lot of them or try to but you would literally take you three years to read your wave from one end of that bull to enough to the other and um people arguing that now and and and what's nice with the power of the internet and and so much technology is that you can access these things and so the the bulk of tomorrow is going to be a truly will be a virtual halt and lol have to say a information it'll all the as sort of like a greater a cash record.

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