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"one thirty percent" Discussed on KGO 810
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"one thirty percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"One get one thirty percent off ends today restrictions apply see stores staples dot com slashing savings for details staples run Hakluyt everybody's in traffic on the three fifty four degrees in Boston some residual rain or drizzle around for a while this morning which will gradually diminish throughout the day mostly cloudy today feeling cool the high around sixty mostly cloudy tonight dropping down to fifty to a mix of sunshine and clouds tomorrow a much nicer afternoon going up to sixty eight this is WBZ news radio ten thirty with the news watch never stop good morning I'm TV gal here the five things you need to know at eight forty five four people are dead and several more injured in a shooting this morning in Brookline officers found four men dead at the scene at seventy four Utica Avenue in the weeks we'll neighborhood of Brooklyn no arrests so far route to an orangish shut down this morning both ways after a tanker truck carrying methane rolled over last night killing a truck driver a judge has given preliminary approval to a one hundred and forty three million dollar settlement in a lawsuit brought against Columbia gas the utility of lane for series of gas explosions that rocked the Merrimack valley in September twenty eighteen and Japan is issuing its highest level of emergency rainfall warnings for Tokyo and many surrounding areas and is advising more than five million people to evacuate their homes to avoid landslides and flooding as one of the most severe typhoon in decades.
"one thirty percent" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"I hope we can now one next week and face the patriots going three and all but I want to make one comment using Matthew Stafford a lock for the hall of fame I love the guy I love his numbers no he's not a whole and not a lock in all time. I thought you said he could be all all know we can be but that's he's got to be great the next six years and he's gotta have playoff wins but you know that where they at where they are now and where they're going I don't expect them to be a playoff team for a little while but thank you talk no no I I don't think Matthew Stafford Matt Ryan. is headed towards the hall of fame yes we want what if he set the all time yard director Matthew Stafford and never wins any playoff games he's number one on the list you say on on he's got a long way you got forty thousand more yards to catch drew Brees always it out far behind okay yeah I don't think I think he's got like thirty thirty one thousand thirty two thousand miles. and we compared to Phil rivers flow rivers is five and six in the playoffs is great he's got five playoff wins does have a Superbowl parents please got a few playoff wins and is on his belt and steam threatening right now yeah Philip rivers has a better chance than Matthew Stafford but but that's right now and and there's a big age difference here here is active quarterbacks minimum seventy five starts whose career record is five hundred or worse okay. number one on the list. well so this is the so the worst record of those with at least seventy five starts Josh McCown as one thirty percent of his starts Ryan Fitzpatrick. thirty nine percent. Derek Carr forty one percent Matthew Stafford forty seven percent Ryan Tannehill forty seven percent Kirk D. cousins forty eight percent and Eli manning one sixteen and one sixteen at five hundred. you I start another game this season. I'm gonna say yes. for the giants week seventeen yes or two would be due to injury or very poor play by Daniel gliding it'll be just a sentimental send off. yes Wyclef Eli you nervous about sitting at five hundred and messing that up enough to hit a lot I don't like baseball players yes it out to say Atlanta three hundred a year at that three three hundred. point of you know one man thank you guy Clark retired president yeah Crocker Denny he walked away three hundred I believe that was the guy who's like I'm gonna call it quits right now did we look at this how many guys ended their career batting three hundred. right at three hundred Mickey mantle I think ended his career to ninety eight yet to ninety to ninety five right around there for making man of John Kruk yeah he he actually hit three oh eight his last season we finished three hundred for his career how many guys seventy three hundred batting average. and I remember asking Barry Sanders I think he ended with ninety nine touch them I said in their part of you that wants to come back and get one more goes no. it's not the answer I was hoping for. no yeah the club you know he screwed himself over our guy five crime dog McGriff he was a lie he was for ninety one the three ninety one and he would have a hall of Famer if you just play one more season and got over next in Dale Murphy was three ninety eight oh my gosh del Murphy two ninety three ninety eight both all Famers heartache alright we'll take a break. this day in sports history final results poll question last call for phone calls right after this..
"one thirty percent" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"King help to start a trend that other fast food restaurants are getting involved in burgers that aren't made from meet the made from plants they're supposed to taste like meat well there's even talk of impossible foods coming up with went based fish that taste like fish could be the beginning of the future we're joined by a registered dietitian any good said on the care of the news on to these plaque meets full anybody king of interesting so there's lots of people that she that though based on and preference based on their belief system and of all welfare or whatnot and there's a lot and product now better looking white meat like the impossible burger at them about and you know I've seen it and I've actually taste and it doesn't seem very similar I wouldn't give it the exact same but for people that want to eat plant based and can I plant based protein it can be a good option for them if they really want that in the late well would be like to have a burger but do they actually provide the same kind of protein they do provide protein many venues P. protein and other protein the nutrients are a little bit different yeah definitely have Christine some of them believe it or not a little bit higher and faster because that can help you with that now feel like that binds the burger together so that it he's the one that better and more similar to a burger did you get a variety of nutrients and there are many of them are fortified simply because if you're making a product it's not naturally occurring like you might find it beats that had been shot yet naturally occurring what they're making product that you have to fortify then and but it does provide protein any drinking can be a good option for people who choose that or pre power the fortifying them reporter by it through the process of like when they take the actual product that was impossible burger and those types are made in a lab or in that facility let's say verses out on the farm and they put the vitamins and minerals the color to what they did you what other use so you know we fortify grain based products in the United States we fortify built with vitamin a and vitamin E. so it's adding in America they're doing the same product that maybe what they're saying and that plant based protein option about might be equivalent trying to get a look at that let's you and animal based trying to get us to become more acclimated to different kinds of meat alternative so essentially the be grown in a lab at some point the man it's interesting and the fact that there's a lot of so a lot of people globally are looking at fifteen ability so and that the world we're running out of land at working for people so long term that's going to be a problem for agriculture be at best of all what whatever your agricultural product is into there is a place to look at what are we going to you about that and how can we start to improve agricultural practices and other debates practices like the lab the each product to offer something to people that might be considerably more sustainable and that we might be able to get people to focus on or consume a little more out as we go into the future with a growing population we have to start looking back what are we getting you to feed a growing population without act that land to grow market any goods in is a registered dietitian you can find her at any goods in R. D. dot com if our kids follow their dreams we won't have a country with police officers firefighters and doctors new poll last kids under the age of thirteen what they want to be when they grow up YouTube video maker landed at number one thirty percent of children in this country answer the question that way that's followed by teacher professional athlete musician and astronauts YouTubers also number one in Great Britain but China's kids aspire to be astronauts first they're also more in should making sure that man explores space than kids in other countries feel.
"one thirty percent" Discussed on Around the NFL
"One thirty percent exclusively on NFL network. Nice. You got me in there. Good job that you like that. He did the promo. Well, yeah. At least, you know. Company. And I think Colleen's at the stadium for that game. It's it's exciting Colleen getting a workout. The center all over the place. I think jets have shot in this game shot. I mean the Texans have some define weaknesses. They offense of line and Watson seem to struggle with blitzes. I think the jets in their best games this year, cook up a lot of pretty creative blitzes bowls bowls can do that. They don't have a natural pass rush. But you would think they would just blitz. The heck outta Watson which the colts. Did a good job of last week? They don't really have third receiver when you have to play Joe Webb as third receiver. You're in trouble. And they might get KiKi Cutie back this week. It sounds like hopefully, he's healthy. And that's a big lot. That's been a big loss for them weirdly. And then they have Cerise right plane starting cornerback who no matter what team is on. It's like he's the weakness of the defense. He's been on a different decent team every year for the last four years that could be changing it just gets target. Maybe that's changing. But I'm just saying they have some weaknesses have on your resume. Aaron Cova has been out for almost two months. And he's he just came back last week. I think and I think you'll see on. Hal, play more. And I think they want sharia cherise, right? The play less the same concern Mark that you had two weeks ago against the Browns was well, how does how does my offense of line stack up against the pass? Rush of the Texans. Well, the truth matter is that the the Browns, you know, Mark have been much improved and pass protection. Lately. The jets that whole line stinks. And it's probably that's one of their big off season projects is going to be to overhaul that line. So that is my concern is that darnold, and you wanna seem to progress. But if he doesn't have any time to throw a rookie quarterback. It's a recipe for disaster. So I don't feel good about the game. But you know, what I do feel good about I cannot remember the last time in like eight years, I've worked here the daddies been able to you know, poor couple Tito's and watch a jets game with the sun out. In a while the strange combination of events, but yet never at the NFL network. It's it has not happened. Let's move on. So then, you know, and maybe get a little drunk not like sloppy drug, but you know, feel a little buzz and maybe s darn gets hot. It's going to be the Saturday in a long time. We are when the Browns games happening after that. All right right after the jets wrap up their surprise win over the Texans at the medal ends. They will throw it to the Cleveland Browns who are five seven and one as we talked about in Wednesday's show. They have a chance a very small chance. But a chance to be in position to steal the AFC north of things go, right? If everything goes right and get back to the playoffs for the first time since two thousand two to own but here's their opponent. Denver broncos. Chris Wesseling who are coming off a embarrassing loss. At San Francisco seems the set up well for the brownies..
"one thirty percent" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Fire started a fire on the outskirts of a golf course in granada hills is damaged three houses but firefighters were able to put the fire out and keep the damage minor a fire also destroyed two cars started earlier this afternoon at the border of the knoll would golf course fire officials say that fire is now out fire evacuation orders for people living in forty homes in the hills above burbank have been lifted that fire broke out along country club drive or i should say near country club drive above sunset canyon around one o'clock this afternoon cops at one point went door to door to tell people it was time to clear out evacuation orders were lifted about seven o'clock tonight the fires charred at least forty five acres that one's thirty percent contained manfred deb by police at a house in sherman oaks turned out to be former ucla and sacramento kings star tyler honeycutt cops responded to a man with a gun called about five yesterday afternoon when they arrive the man had barricaded himself inside swat team was called in and after eleven hours they entered the home and found the guy debt when officers first arrived a man apparently started shooting at them officers fired back police say that honeycutt was killed by a self inflicted gunshot officials in thailand say the operation to rescue twelve boys in their soccer coach from a partially flooded cave could take up to four days the mission has begun is brian has mentioned officials say it's because water levels are at optimum low levels right now to secure the safety of the thirteen that have been trapped for nearly two weeks in the cave vice president pence is calling out democratic critics who want to abolish ice the truth is the calls to abolish ice are not just outrageous response vouching ice would mean more illegal immigration bulging ice would mean more violent crime penn says communities are becoming safer because ics is cracking down on violent gangs like ms thirteen and he says immigration enforcement is vital to.
"one thirty percent" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling
"I did this the other now it was fake proof but it was to prove stores because the persuasion alone wasn't enough they had to turn around and see a guy with a full head of hair and then they bought that net radiator fluid or wherever selling in the balls so that if you look flash forward to twenty eighteen what customers are looking for is approve source they they get your pitch they get your understanding that they wanna know that your widget widgets they want to know your thing works in its use right it's not features and functions is does this does this solve the issue that i have solved the challenge to the half doesn't make my life easier to save me time does it add money to my pocket again all of their end result it's resolve is different you could sell a widget to two different customers you could save one thirty percent and you could of their a their of their costs at another one you could cut half of the time it takes to do something it's the same widget but it's different value prop form right because their individual customers are they have different needs and that's the you know an ended today that in that's the thing so what they do is they go out and they look for people that they determine organizations that they determine are going to be an honest broker of that information and and so that's really i think that kinda kinda dub tales into your you know when you're asked which one of these people is the salesman in the meeting right when you have the say with sales you have the engineer you have the customer support person you have everything else i mean because that is that is a compliment because i can tell you there's there's the the the word sales i in the parlance of my icp of it directors that i sell is is exactly it's a curse word it really is right and and and that's it and the str's are wondering why they're not being more effective so what they're managers do.
"one thirty percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Yeah because they can't because the problem is the goal is to is to house people and i mean where where did it become everyone else's responsibility to how somebody you know it doesn't make i mean every event you know it's always a good reason for the children are for the families and it's always one more reason that they need to tap into everybody else's paycheck and and come up with a really good reason they can't just come up and say why one thirty percent of your income just because because a one point or another history very early on we tried socialism you know what these covered was this is when the the founders were still getting here no the people came over and the votes initially is that if you didn't actually tell people you don't eat if you don't work then everybody would sit around and not do anything and they were just eat what everybody else had done and we seem to be going back to try that all over again and say oh don't worry about we'll put you move section eight housing into really nice parts of of this country and in our case really are parts of baltimore county or the other surrounding counties around baltimore city just because we think it's a social good to do this without any definable goals beyond it's a social good to do this because bigger bigger than section eight they really need to look at the whole system to disincentivize all these things that there's advising but on a good note i heard on the weekend you can't buy steamed crabs with food stamps anymore you can buy live crabs with food stamps but you can't buy the steamed crabs.
"one thirty percent" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single
"Okay that's so there are some stand up guys but yeah i guess i don't know maybe guys like a soothing that girls were on the pill or whatever you got like sexually transmitted disease above stuff but good on the laney's being being like bray or speaking up not being passive great number two interesting that they found condoms are used less often during menstruation so reported use of condoms declined fifteen percent during menstruation and this is because one thirty percent of respondents said that they don't use condoms because they're less worried about getting pregnant and other reason was one in three respondents said not using condoms they're not using condoms during their period because they're unconcerned about catching an sti during their period i don't know why they think like maybe their chances go down i've never heard that not true yeah that's not true you could still get pregnant on your period there is a chance but yeah it is it is a lot more unlikely i'm actually surprised that like the guy wouldn't want to use the card we were like and stuff up there i mean yeah but like it's cool guys are just like whatever i mean yeah it's cool thing that we're not talking about here is like cool that people are having periods sex i support that yeah me too but yeah you so here's what they said they said yeah it is possible to get pregnant during your period although the dais was civic risk is variable depends on your cycle agent health but yes it's possible.
"one thirty percent" Discussed on Something You Should Know
"So that everyone can feel like they're accomplishing something and no one will say that you hard i can't do it now if you do that though the elite performers the serious runners aren't gonna sign up for that race because it's not a challenge not interesting to them there's no actual competition right they're going to be insulted that everybody gets a trophy if you want to ask that organized they're not find it everybody gets involved but who were my best performers you know if you're a college scouting four teams or increasing elite performance now uab only one thirty percent of the people to come home with a medal and you're gonna increase entrance feat so you're what you as the organiser wind changes the competition and that will then change who is willing to compete in the first place let's talk about the everybody gets the truth you still some people talked about the allott over the last several years and uh you everybody has their opinion my opinion is yeah i'm sure you do ma my opinion is that that it hurts more than it helps um but but how does it hurt i mean the accepted demotivate people what else does it do well i should say i hate programmes where everybody gets a trophy i hate them this hate them and i actually was switzerland i was new rule before having written you know actually to books relating to motivation one was about kids when it's about competition and i really didn't go in heating a the science but i had learned stotts would actually catalase my profound hatred of it.
"one thirty percent" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"The came because of my dreams i could fly this would you could reverse or the europe line no but if i could it be sweet though a martin luther king to skip the president's inauguration last year i don't think that wrong was the right word but i think that martin luther king has a right to not go let me ask you like this is there any excuse he can have for not going to the inauguration i say yes because everybody has a right to to not go to something that they don't feel like they want to go do have plans that day he could have had something else to go to maybe had a family event may be only a funeral yeah maybe a funeral so um i think he has the right to go to where he wants to go on and i'm sure if you wanted to maybe you just watch it on tv tell president trump among the king what they have to do um i do you guys got to sell your differences and may become friends i would not be nice i i what i do hope is that after they take these things they actually educate the people a little bit uh because the day after a national holiday this is it is is it is it possible that many of our fellow citizens really don't understand the dr king died uh fifty years ago i'm fifty years ago and that's why you have the day off eight eight wouldn't it be peculiar if we did have a a holiday that was named after a living person uh maybe president trump will be the first uh we will see about that i look at this is important because i begin this hour by talking about the tendency in terms of democrats to put personality above everything and and maybe that's because there there are lots and lots of people if you start talking about legislation or what are you change a life this gallup poll we mentioned where among democrats when they are asked what you think is the most important problem facing the country today dissatisfaction with government is number one thirty percent of democrats save just that and then you ask people okay one aspect of government are you so dissatisfied with what what would people say they don't fix the potholes that's.
"one thirty percent" Discussed on WWL
"Else the dow jones and i mean that the sp 500 closed up almost one thirty percent last year what you made on your 401 k by the way if you've invested like we torture to invest good growth stock mutual funds growth growth in income aggressive growth in international that's what you made on your money you just made that on your money did anybody tell you now if you open up your statement when you get it you know you'll probably get it in march and it'll reflect back on the closing numbers for seventeen you're going to see what happened in seventeen but now that you're curious 'cause i brought it up you can jump online and probably have a little app on your phone with the uh the comes free with your phone with the stock market stuff on it needs push at lap and it'll pop up and show you what's going on then clip push on the lesson p and it'll gave you the whole details it didn't take be about about thirty seconds to figure this out at the commercial break a detailed research for the show today not okay seriously nobody is reporting on this that we give you pause about what your allowing these people to come into your living room site you every night your allowing them to form some of your ideas and opinions with what you read and what you watch and they're so irresponsible and so scared of political capital going one way or the other to allow for the right that they that they are soap freaking biased and their biased against good news that none of them have reported that some of you made the most money you've ever made in your entire working lives last year on your 401.
"one thirty percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"And other sorts of things but it's more of the millennial of thing millennials just like to pearson stick you know things in themselves and they just they they light to decorate themselves so the nation's pediatricians what teenagers and young adults to be aware of potential health issues who tattoos appearance things have released their first ever recommendations on health and safety the report finds that most people who have the tech to eighty six percent have never regretted getty one super member they used to change where people get attention like damn you know what i really should change the name you know i got barbara now on my a wider wife barbara my are also people would unip regrets but also now the times attention is cripple are getting aren't really me as much it's artwork and they say eighty six percent of their regretted getty one thirty percent say it makes them feel six here i you know but there's obviously complications and our young people don't realize that was dumped a burger horror brunner who is a member of the division of adolescent medicine in seattle children's hospital chaired the ap committee on adolescents wrote the recommendation and she wants doctors and healthcare professionals to be and will to a properly guide chretien's of appearance one attached to our body piercing is being considered first says regulations of the state so the federal government doesn't regulated for the state has certain rules that is in some states minors as young as fourteen kim good tattoos but the empty importance of permission and then of course sanitary conditions there's a lot of wide variation and state regulations as well so at eight p the america and he says he should.
"one thirty percent" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Yeah that's another thing that's worth talking about is a lot what happened as a lot of communities after the housing bust looked around and said we let builders build all of these new homes in our communities and then they sat empty and it dragged down property values and it was bad for the tax base and so we're going to be a lot more cautious about what we let you build and how much we let you bill and so we've seen communities layer on more and more regulations there's all kinds of talk about these regulations about how far you can build from where birds have their nests and you know and and and and a lot of times they're requiring builders now to to put more of the infrastructure themselves so is just we're making it harder and harder to build and that creates an affordability crunched at this time when we're seeing this these sort of two big guerrillas in the room we're seeing boats baby boomers this huge generation that still owning homes and then millennials another huge generation that has just starting to get into homeownership and it's just creating this huge crunch everybody wants to renovate bottom of the home renovation market 2000 on your report american sprint two hundred twenty two billion motivations a third one thirty percent less than today of course in inflation adjusted terms whose toma where it was but then everything got so whipped up before the housing bust what if you renovate you've got to have some confidence in home prices is our people confident the prices are going to stay up where where are they compared to the peak before the bust of laura.
"one thirty percent" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"We're underwriters on the deal i believe you on i think that's probably a good gas than in the bed of making it consumes concerns voiced on this desk amid so now let's play in stock walk the right do you think it can get to effectively the 10dollar price where i guess the ipo came out in percentagewise that's a significant move but the competition in the spaces we've all addressed is huge and amazon lies out there is the behemoth pronounce that correctly name lusts unprona they give very much so what's the point talked about a the churn rates going to be huge customer retention rate is going to be huge or in the hyper competitive stage of their business right now so if you want to play that game that's great i still think the stock is a note such ourselves you i think is kind of laughable actually i mean i i don't know they all loved it at ten they even higher range dan let's get this deal done what are they going to stay now of course they have to say that it's great right i mean i i don't know i i just listen why not go to twelve feet wa quoted 10dollar pledged got it right before i mean look if you if you bought only ipo you've got plugged don't get plugged at blocks it stay away from that i got to be the competition excited i mean look it was a higher end range that the original price so we heard about this you know amazon whole foods steel and then they reset it down prices at ten bucks which is still too high look i i don't like the stock your i wouldn't be a buyer all right that's the day here check out the x t retail etf owing more than a percent losing its worst session in two weeks was this warning goods retailers that really took down the space hibbitt sporting a good sinking one thirty percent after disappointing guidance that new sending dick's finish line and footlocker all tumbling thieves.
"one thirty percent" Discussed on KQED Radio
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"one thirty percent" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"I prepared about seventy percent your one thirty percent lot whenever and everybody you'd level nosed yeah knows the skill what is the separation when you know the odds we're trying to fill one inside straight when they're rev are has three has the cards up and you got to nine and some analysis look everybody knows the for maddux but what separates everybody knows the same stop on the poker toward a those who really no mcgraw no some people like that one is the sign ration one separates them probably is the reading skills of your opponent edwards being able to put your opponent on a hammer your input and what you get to learn how to do that skill which is the most important skill in poker a better than average yeah you're going to be at one or both of where you know what you think you got bust all yet the whatever it is you know the more you play the better bets fuel you get that prevails but and the program warren you know the top players who would yeah that have hard when do we go heart and that means they have the ability to where the pot when they don't have the best because of their betting skills and you know nothing up about poker no this betting is what the game is all about it there were no batting where what is get to gardner five guards in the middle and then it turned the mop it would be a whole lot going to be no gagne no batting it what the game is all about and that the first thing you learn when you play poker and that when you bet you have to waste him on the butt you don't want to because you were opponent older than you when the box or he called and you have the best fan and you can when the plot when you call somebody to gone won the problem way you must have the best so just in terms of that ball matt you know the raiders smart people recognized right away that batting get you to the one advantage noah calling when you play over so you want to be a better now to call what are some of the ten allison tell me and you can look at a player and there's something now player does that tells you what they have give me some tells okay but until they per cent down a goal that they will remember thing it's people in your life.