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Why 1 million coronavirus deaths is only just the beginning

Coronacast

07:24 min | 1 d ago

Why 1 million coronavirus deaths is only just the beginning

"Yesterday Norman the world clock devote one million deaths from covid nineteen since this began less than a year ago it's been reported by the Johns Hopkins University. Dashboard, which is a pretty morbid side that keeps keeps an eye on all this sort of stuff apart from the one million deaths we've got thirty three point three, million cases in counting. And it's amazing to think that this all started from one person probably about less than a year ago. Yeah. Ten months ago November, that's the smart money is one person in China from a Bat Or Bats and moved into on ESPN. Is, an extraordinary number. And this is not necessarily going to slow down as many countries go into the second way. So we're at one million. What's the chance? Do you think we'll get to two million? Oh, I think that we'll get to two million without too much trouble unfortunately. We've got view of the United States figures on that Hopkins sites the United States numbers are going back up. There were going down a couple of weeks ago or through a few weeks ago and other going back up. Second Wave Solidifying in Europe France, not come back to France and a minute. So I think that we will get to the the the second million sadly tragically and low to middle income countries are really just getting going with this and there that just don't have the medical facilities that we do into in terms of helping people who've got severe illness. So unfortunately, this is going to go on. So when you look at also where the number of deaths really have. occurred it seems like about ten countries account for more than seventy percent of the debts. Obviously, the US is the big one there nearly a fifth. That's about two hundred and something thousand followed by Brazil India Mexico the UK Italy, where do you think that the new deaths will likely come from? Where is the the virus currently growing? It's going to come from those countries probably because they're the one seeing second wave in the second wave could well be worse than I. I wouldn't be surprised if that looks pretty similar. In some other countries, you're not necessarily going to know what's happening because they're not doing enough testing to really be sure how much corona virus they've got many people are dying of it. So I think it's in countries with doing testing that you're going to see the effect and it's likely I mean you see a million? It's likely that it's seven to ten million in reality. Because we are underestimating the amount of coronavirus around. So one million is just what we know about seven to ten is probably what the real figure actually is, and that's really scary. You mentioned the the second wives coming through a lot of countries and where in Europe, in particular saying a lot of cases suddenly jump up a lot from where they were. But. We're not actually saying the death toll yet follow. Why do you think that is all and do you think that it's likely that that's going to continue that trend so one reason you see a delay in the deaths appearing is that it takes a couple of weeks. People become seriously ill, and then we can be seriously over quite a long time. So that's one reason why it's a delay. There's probably a reduced death rate as well because the getting better at treating people in intensive care with decks meth zone, which reduces death rates by twenty percent nursing tummy not using ventilators and also the older people are so socially isolating themselves wearing masks. So they're tending not to get infected, and so the bias infections towards younger people who tend not to die of covid nineteen of Ova can get long-term effects we've spoken about. On Kurna cast before and you mentioned France before what did you want to say about France? France. Is reporting an upsurge and the authorities there are really getting worried in its report there that for example, one of the senior doctors and France as told newspapers that they're worried that there's going to be enough medical personnel to be able to deal with the the record number of cases that are appearing in France and that they may run out of intensive care beds. And it's patchy and it's also into an underprivileged areas such as Marseille where there's a lot of overcrowding and there's the worry that the capacity of the French hospital system to cope with could be welcomed a very good hospital system. So you mentioned testing before and there's been quite a few announcements recently about testing the other day we saw one from the World Health Organization about rapid testing and I think we also saw demonstration at the White House by President, trump what's the rapid testing? All about what what's it hoped that it'll achieve take overseas before we get to Australia, what the World Health Organization has done through the gates. Foundation is purchased one, hundred, twenty, million test kids rapid test kits. and. These test kits. One of them in particular is a bit like a pregnancy test where you do a swab, you shake it in some liquid and then you Putin liquid on a test strip and you went fifteen minutes into the. Shows the line or to bend your positive for the virus and it's pretty accurate. It's not quite as accurate as the PTR tests the wonder doing the moment but you don't need the artery. You don't need cars to take your samples to a laboratory then get an Aq- and wait for the results. This is done on the sport fifteen minutes. You've got an answer. So it's a way in resource poor environments to get an answer and it is cheaper than doing the PC artists. In countries like Austrailia, these tests could be used as a way of controlling the pandemic moving forward. What are we going to do in states like Batori and you South Wales even Western Australia with US tonight breaking the ship off the coast of port hedland where everybody's vulnerable to new infections coming in from overseas in particular? HOW ARE WE GONNA? Make sure there's no virus circulating that we're not aware of and mass testing particularly where people gather in large numbers is one way to actually see whether it's almost like screening the population see if you're missing any virus. And you can't really do mass screening with the existing resources because you're just going to clog up the system. If. It's instant testing people are more likely to agree to it because they don't have to hang around. They don't have to isolate themselves until they get a positive result. And it's a way of quickly finding out what's going on in an affordable way. Do you know any plans by the Australian government to get any of these rapid testing kits and and instigate that that type of program with therapeutic goods administration has stralia has approved several of these I think it's four or five of these rapid testing kits so that all they're already available in Australia. The one ones that w chose bought, which is like the pregnancy test. By Abbott, his is still under consideration for approval and there's no reason why wouldn't be approved. So the the tests are available here and available affordable price. The ideal here would be one that self contained. We don't need a little machine sitting on a desk some of them do you have to put it into machine? This one is a shake squeeze onto a strip and just wait for the result and there are others do that as well. So there's no reason why not? No in Victoria the DAUGHERTY institute is testing a way of doing mass testing using the PR test, which is the old test if you like the accurate using using saliva and they're testing that in the thousand members of the police force just to work. Out, what is the most efficient way of collecting the saliva? So you could mess testing with the old way of going about it, but the rapid testing is probably more flexible,

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The Amazon Formula To Sell 8-Figures & Beyond with Jeff Lieber

Entrepreneur on FIRE

04:01 min | 2 d ago

The Amazon Formula To Sell 8-Figures & Beyond with Jeff Lieber

"Jeff say what's up to fire nation and share something interesting about yourself that most people don't know hey, what's up fire nation? Jeff Lieber and yeah let's see. I. Guess Back in two thousand fourteen kind of a funny story is I was working at nine to find nine to five job and what happened was is I was had that entrepreneurial bug I've been listening to podcasts like yours and other people. Knows you know looking at different business models and then I stumbled upon the Amazon business model at that time and I learned like the steps to source of product and all you're choosing what product to get started with and out of all the products in the world I was what would be the coolest sexiest product I could bragged my friends about and of all the products under the Sun I chose to buy a twenty foot. Container of Puppy pee pads or training dogs A. Matt and I spent almost like seventy percent of my life savings fifteen grand at the time on that container wired it to China had no idea the risks that were involved with that and luckily they did ship me a container of way too many puppy pads to sell and. Took me about a year to sell through that container. Thank goodness. It worked out and survived. So well, if they were on the market a few months ago I would have bought one Gaza we do have a a new puppy in our life is name as gas and we love him dearly and he has needed some pads as he's learned how to get to house train but I'm happy to say where we're past that stage for the most part now knock on wood but in fire. Nation as I shared in the introduction, we're talking about the Amazon formula to sell eight figures and beyond. So I mean you had that nine to five. Jeff. Back in two, thousand, fourteen, he decided to take the leap. So when exactly did you get started selling products on Amazon? I. Mean I know you said you start with a puppy pads move onto the next point from that and how did that experience actually lead you to starting turnkey product management? Yes. Of intention was not to start turnkey. Product management that came a few years later. So luckily, like I said that product ended up selling decently well, but I ended up launching additional pet products and then my sister had an idea for baby products brands. So we launched that and my friend's dad had an idea for with an awesome patented dog toy. So we launched on kickstarter and Bernard up on that and then So all of a sudden I was doing a ton of stuff and then had a few friends from college who Had Awesome products. They did you know sunglasses and wash on kickstarter and we're doing awesome on shop and sales channels like that. But they were struggling on Amazon and they saw me having success with Elaine product like bubby bads and they're like, why can't we do that? So I I ended up helping them and they just said, can you just manage it for us? Can you just do it what will pay you and I was like sure and so that was really the first consulting client. But. It was just a friend and it was fun. You know working with them and ended up growing them to over six figures in their first year and then they referred a friend and they referred a friend and now I had five clients as well in addition to all the brands. So needless to say I was. Almost envious of my previous nine to five job that I had quit because I couldn't do it all and I was like man, why did I even quit I'm like so stressed out in overwhelmed in managing way too much stuff and so I just said what what really would make me the happiest and what am I the best that and that was selling on Amazon. So what I did was decided to sell my stakes out of all may their companies in about nine month period and solely went in all in on turnkey product management gave it an official name and That was about three or four years ago and built a team hired me on my sister, my cousin, a bunch of great great people along the way, and now we're helping a lot of companies to scale their their businesses on Amazon seven and eight figures, and beyond

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Virus shutdown took a toll on routine health care for kids

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last week

Virus shutdown took a toll on routine health care for kids

"Federal officials are expressing concern about a steep drop in routine medical care for low income children during the pandemic the centers for Medicare and medical services spines that vaccination screening for childhood diseases visits to the dentist and even mental health care dropped precipitously from March through may of this year federal officials are warning that sharp decline in routine care could cause long term issues calling on states pediatric providers families and schools to ensure children get caught up billing records for the chip program show early childhood vaccinations drop by twenty two percent dental visits plunged nearly seventy percent and time sensitive screenings for cognitive or developmental problems fell by forty four percent Jackie Quinn Washington

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Italy votes to cut number of MPs and senators

Monocle 24: The Briefing

06:57 min | Last week

Italy votes to cut number of MPs and senators

"Cara the initiative. First of all to reduce the number of MP's this was a big headline initiative of the five Star Movement. Why was that? Did they have a sincere belief in reducing the the role of government in Italian life or did they just think that you never lose votes by leading up on politicians? Well, the movement five stars as people who do follow Italian politics will know was born essentially as an anti elitist movement from the very onset in fact, it was never. Going to be a party, I told at the very beginnings it's very point was to remove the privilege of the ruling elite and the the the reduce reducing the number of of MP's was seen as part of that historically There is a consideration, the one of the main considerations from the point of view of the movie stars and other parties that have. Box. This referendum is to save on the cost of politics whether the cost is actually relevant enough. The savings are relevant enough to actually make significant difference is to be determined but it's difficult to oppose such measures from the point of view of symbolism writes in the. PD. So the center left Party, the Democrat, party has had to back this referendum eventually partly because we are they are now in a ruling coalition. With the move and five stars and they don't want to be seen at odds with one another because that could put the government risk. But also because nobody wants to be perceived as the party who's protecting the elites ultimately because the cost thing is nonsense isn't it's one billion euros over ten years which in the context of the national budget of a country, the size of Italy is beans it is and that's been remarked a number of times As I said, it's more about the symbolic gesture than anything else in front. One of the a practical consequences that this reduction will have is that a will significantly decrease the amount of representation. So that right now, there is one MP in the Chamber of Deputies. Every. Ninety six, thousand, Italians dutton number will now go up to one each one, hundred, fifty, one, thousand Italians, and think the will be particularly seved at the level of the Senate because the Senate is elected kind of via regional route so that there is different electoral colleges, etc, and set in regions will see the number of their elected representatives go down by or more than half, and that's significant from the point of view of how much. Swayed will have in the chamber. Extremely significant and does appear to be the obvious drawback of this game. Nevertheless, it was very popular among your fellow. Italians with seventy percent voting for why is that? Do you think? Do you think that's an if you think about Europe as a whole? Is that an unusually high number more than usually sick of the people who are running the country? I think one of the reasons why the result was so high as because it was ultimately backed by lot of parties so that the party division line was less dark than it would've been now the situations in which these referendums have been politicized the moving five stars of course voted yes it's electorate voted compactly. Yes. Like almost ninety six percent or something this deal moving five-star electorate voted. For, yes. But the PD also officially backed it and the vast majority of the electorate of the Lega and all the rest of the center right also did. So when you sum up all these different parties that there's less of a political kind of undercurrent to it, other than a win for the moon five stars and a not rocking of the current political establishment because ultimately PD also bacteria. That's the political meaning that you're going to be gleaning out of it. So on the subject of gleaning political meaning from things, these regional elections were held at the same time. What did they tell us? It's very interesting because a lot of people over the last few years have wondered whether Salvini could get back on on his horse. Matteo Salvini. Yeah, no indeed and these regional elections where a very important appointment because it's the first time that Italians do vote after covid right? And there were a number of regions that historically have been left wing regions that were thought. They could go to the center right and that hasn't largely happened the centre-left has held in many of the places where it wanted to hold a apart from a mark wearing fact, the candidate that's now become the governor doesn't come from Salvini Spotty, but from Italy Italia, which is the other far right party but less of a kind of northern secessionist heritage more of the Roman heritage right. What we're seeing across the bode board in these results is that Salvini is losing grip on many things, other challenges from within the center right IRA merging not least Georgia Maloney the leader of Fratelli d'italia. So this other far right party not least. Competition within his own party Ziad. The governor of Benetton very popular in his region because of his management of Cavite has skyrocketed to six to seventy six percent. Results in in the region and so I think we're what we're seeing is that the left wing is holding where it probably didn't even think it would hold this much and that context government despite content not being an elected official of the centre-left has actually given a lot more credibility to the current coalition that I think anybody would have expected doesn't strike you though that this is a a left versus right question on more of a professionals versus populists question because a like a pandemic is about a stern test that any government can face and obviously Italy was one of the first places in Europe to face it on a very large scale. Is it possible that something of this sort has reminded Italian voters that maybe there is something to be said for voting for blandly competent and relatively calm people who are actually capable of doing stuff i. think that's exactly the point partly because the populist narrative, very much centers around narratives around you know migration and other issues that don't really relate necessarily to what many Italians rating about right now, which is administration economic recovery, which is returning to schools on you know relatively less appealing because they are much more ordinary budget still, very, very important concerns and interestingly you mentioned you know that the rise of the. Leader? Many, of the regional leaders. The. Regional governors are now coming onto the national stage and where in the past I think we used to see a lot more mess come into national politics right now we're seeing a lot more of these figures that used to be very much in the background because not many people focused on regional governors. Suddenly they were putting a spotlight because of covid this new whole generation of politicians coming to the full, and we will have to see in the next few years. How many of them will make the jump to national politics?

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Apple says Epic is 'marketing' with Fortnite lawsuit, Epic hits back

Mac OS Ken

01:44 min | Last week

Apple says Epic is 'marketing' with Fortnite lawsuit, Epic hits back

"Epochs back an apple with a big. I told you last week about apple's assertion that fortunes for epic sport night were waning before the APP store dust stopped. According to a recent court filing by apple by July Twenty, twenty interest in fortnight had decreased by nearly seventy percent as compared to October twenty. Nineteen. This lawsuit and the front page headlines at his generated appears to be part of marketing campaign designed to reinvigorate interest in fortnight. Q. The NAH. The piece for men, gadget has epic indicating that apple was using Google search data for that seventy percent number the same piece as the gamemaker asserting that the number of daily active fortnight players actually grew thirty nine percent over the same timeframe. The Game Company had other arguments as well. According to n Gadget denied. Apple's claims that removing epics OPS help security and privacy arguing that apple hadn't referenced a single security issue with fortnight's direct payment and in game updates systems. The APP and use the endgame updates for years without objection epoch said. It. Also argued against apple stands on in-app purchases for games surprising. No one. And it refused apples assertion that EPA created the current situation maintaining that it was simply exercising at Supreme Court backed power to reject. Contractual conditions. The two sides next made in court a week from today Monday the twenty eighth of September.

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Trump Counters Testimony Of His CDC Director On Vaccines, Masks

Democracy Now! Audio

01:59 min | Last week

Trump Counters Testimony Of His CDC Director On Vaccines, Masks

"Smith's these are the most important powerful public health tool we have. And I will continue to appeal for all Americans, all individuals in our country to embrace these face offerings I've said if we did it for six, eight, ten, twelve weeks, we'd bring this pandemic. Under. Control these actually, we have clear scientific evidence they work. And they are best defense I might even go so far as to say that this face fast is more guaranteed to protect me against Cova. Then when I take a co- vaccine because the image in this city may be. Seventy percent. And if I don't get an immune response to vaccines knocking protect me this facemask will. President trump lashed out at Dr Redfield. Testimony telling reporters in the White House press briefing room the top US public health officials misspoke. Think. He made a mistake when he said that it's incorrect information. And I called him. And he didn't tell me that and I think you got the message maybe confused trump also contradicted the CDC director over masks saying vaccine would be much more effective than facial coverings stopping the spread of corona virus his comment came after Dr Redfield estimated a potential corona virus vaccine might only be seventy percent effective at generating an immune response making widespread massacres critical to ending the pandemic during a town hall event Tuesday on ABC hosted by George. Stephanopoulos trump again downplayed the use of masks. People. Think masks are not good and there are a lot of people that as an example, those people I'll tell you who those people are waiters they come over and they serve you and I have a mask and I saw the other day where they were serving me and they're playing with a mask I'm not blaming that just what happens they're playing with a mask and so the mask is over and they're. Touching it and Touching the plate that can't be good.

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First Berlin Production Equipment, New Largest Supercharger Location, Daimler Emissions

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

05:40 min | 2 weeks ago

First Berlin Production Equipment, New Largest Supercharger Location, Daimler Emissions

"Our here, and today we have a super charger network update, which is nice. Little throwback for those of you that have listened to the podcast for a long time I used to do those every day at the start of the podcast. We also have some news on Berlin paint a small little updates slash rumor. I would call it on Battery Day and the news on Daimler Nikola Motor as. Well. Tesla stock with another really strong day to day even though it was relatively quiet news wise finishing up seven point two percent to four hundred and forty nine dollars seventy six sense that compared to the Nasdaq up one point two percent we'll start off with these super charger news. This is coming from Brian Mac se on twitter, who is a long-time listener and I believe Patriot supporter of. The podcast who happen to come across a super charger network location under construction near Firebaugh California. As far as I can tell, this location had not yet been noticed. So upon Brian tweeting these out Tesla Motors Club Forum members did some digging on this and they were actually able to find that the permit for the site as well as planning documents for sort of a conglomerate travel center at. This location those documents disclosed that Tessa. We'll have fifty six spots for Tesla charging at this travel center. Assuming each of those spaces has a super charger associated with it. fifty-six chargers would put this as the largest superchargers location in North America and possibly in the world surpassing cattleman city in the United States at forty chargers and believe in China, there are a couple locations that have fifty chargers. So. Pretty exciting this location is between San Francisco and La driven miles. It's about two hundred and thirty miles from La and about one hundred and fifty from San Francisco. It's not clear if these will be all version three superchargers but I'd have to imagine that they would be and as far as other features go. It looks like about two thirds of them thirty eight of the fifty six. will be pull through hopefully accommodating the use of a trailer and making things a bit easier for the cyber truck and potentially also accommodating the semi of course, cincy unveil of the semi. We haven't heard much more about Tesla's mega charger plans. So hopefully, we get a bit of an update on that during battery debt. Right next today is an update on Gigabytes Lynn gigafactory underscore four on twitter. Has Been following. The gigafactory development closely looks like some equipment has started to arrive, and some of that equipment carries branding for Geico Tikey Shah? which is a paintshop solutions provider based in Milan Italy. There's also some signing there that is co branded between that company and desolate GEICO take show describes their approach by saying quote innovation is our weapon of choice were constantly increasing the technological possibilities in. Order to meet the needs of the most demanding customers in a highly competitive sector and quote they also seem to be heavily focused on sustainability and they're their paintshop operations. They have a project called the party's project, and they say quote with the Party's project launched in two thousand, five Geico Kotecki show was the world's first company to offer zero environmental impact paintshop reducing consumption by seventy percent and. So. Without really knowing much more about the company does he pretty good fit for Tesla we know Tesla has pretty big aspirations with the shop and gigabyte Lin Yuan talked about it many times and even setting Matt aside, it's good to start to see some production equipment on the grounds of Giga Berlian and though I haven't seen it yet. Maybe this gives us another milestone to compare the progress with Giga Shanghai from what I can. Tell, it looks like paintshop equipment started being put in place at Giga. Shanghai. In early to mid August of two thousand, nineteen with production of course, then starting about four months later. So if that's the case, if Berlin falls a similar time line that could potentially project out to start production and January probably best to keep expectations for later than that but I do think it's helpful to keep an eye on how those timelines compare all Right next up today is something that could end up being completely nothing but I thought it was at least interesting enough to share earlier today Fred Lammert over at electric tweeted out a couple of images of him holding a pretty significantly sized battery cell and Fred Ask if anyone has seen this battery cell before or you have some information about them, please reach out to him. A says also by the way, this new cell May. Or may not have been made by Tesla I don't really have much speculation to add this. A couple of people on twitter were saying that it does look like a tablets design which we've talked about and past episodes. But really just pointing out to say could be something to keep an eye out for the next couple of days if electric is able to you dig up a little bit more information on whatever this ends up being. Last couple of pieces of news here. Today I on Daimler Daimler has reached a settlement with the US government to pay one and a half billion dollars and settlements and penalties to the US and California State to resolve allegations of Daimler using emissions test cheating software to conceal the actual emissions from vehicles even with the settlement, and despite the fact that engineers at the EPA found software designed to cheat the emissions tests. Damore denies wrongdoing saying quote as stated in the consent degrees the. Class Action Settlement the company denies the authorities allegations as well as the class action plaintiffs claims and does not admit any liability to the United States. California plaintiffs or otherwise and quote. So I don't know kind of disappointing to see a settlement of that nature that doesn't require the admission of fault with such seemingly strong evidence against Daimler right lasting today is a quick update on Nikola Motors. It sounds like from the comments yesterday that most of you preferred that I don't do significantly. Deep dive on this budget stick to the high level updates, which I'm totally fine with if Trevor Milton wanted to come back on the PODCAST, I would probably do that. Otherwise, we'll stick with these updates anyway today the Wall Street Journal and other outlets are reporting that the Justice Department has started to also investigate Nikola Motors due to the allegations that they had misled investors by making exaggerated claims about their technology I know that sounds similar to

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Japan set for new prime minister after ruling party vote

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:25 min | 2 weeks ago

Japan set for new prime minister after ruling party vote

"By the end of today, could Japan have a new prime minister? The departure of Shinzo Abe's due to ill health triggered a rapid and intense race within the country's ruling Liberal. Democratic Party today's voters among three contenders with a front runner Mr Abbas advisor Your Shahida suge he promises to maintain JAPA- Japan's current economic policies what I'm delighted to say our Tokyo Bureau chief know. Wilson. Joins me now good afternoon. Aloe Vera. What is the latest? Well the election is happening as we speak the members of the L. D. The parliamentary members are in a hotel in Tokyo casting their votes. I don't think it's going to take that long actually, and I expect the results to come out quite soon and you're right Mr Sugar is. Massively the favourite he's already secured seventy percent of the vote within the party the parliamentary multi, the votes he'll probably get most of those as well. So it really is sort of a formality, this election and what will happen next is on Wednesday the Diet will come into session and he will be. Made Prime Minister officially. What is it about your Shahida suge which seems to have guaranteed to convincing win for him. Well I think number one is he's ver- famously very loyal to Shinzo, Arbor, and his his platform is basically all just do more of the same. So he's not putting up any kind of different policies. It's really hard to cigarette paper between these two he's he's openly said he will continue the economic policy, the diplomatic policy, and that seems to be quite welcome within the party within the parliamentary party. Certainly. Now. The other two candidates. Very strong candidates, Mr Kishida, and and also Mr issued burner issues. We've talked about him quite often he's been. A strong critic of Shinto Arbor but those they can't win today almost impossible I. You know less this summer unbelievable event. But they're looking to next year I mean even though Mr Suge will win today, he can really only see out Shinzo Abe's term which would have finished next September, this term as president of the Party and the the term finish is September twenty twenty one when they will have to be another election. So the big discussion now is does Mr Suge immediately have a general election to. Cement his position. So I think that will be the big discussion next week. What is the popularity of him among Japanese citizens I e descriptions of him in the press did not paint him as a particularly pleasant. A warm character that many people would be inspired by in fact, the absolute opposite but it's only in the last couple of weeks at a twinkle in his eye appeared. Carefully contrived twinkle in his eye I mean he's been in front of the press twice a day every day for nearly eight years because he's been the spokesperson for Shinzo, Abe's government. So the press knows him very very well, I think his public persona is is not so clear people now know he's the son of a strawberry farm he's not from one of. These famous political families like Shinzo Bay Familia, Kishida, one of his rivals he's he's worked his way up, which is being a little bit of involuntary cheese talked about I'm a regular person. If I can become prime minister anyone can and they've tried to craft a bit of a warm personality saying he's got a sweet tooth. We've had a few friends wheeled out. From his his hometown, he comes from Accu in the north of Japan from a Small Town Newshour but I have to say the people they've they've brought out have rather confirmed that he was a pretty quiet nondescript character as a youth. You didn't really do much more than than than fish for trout and played baseball. He wasn't really marked out for political success. Oh I wouldn't say he's he's extremely charismatic and he himself admits he doesn't have much diplomatic experience. So that will be interesting because obviously one of the big relationships that Japan has its regional neighbors and with the US and I, I'm trying to imagine Yoshida and Donald Trump. That could be an interesting meeting. I think Mr Saga the the Polish that some of his. Colleagues, have and I I. HE admits that will be a new experience for him. I mean he indeed, I mean he's already said that if he does indeed secure the job, he will need the help of Shinzo rb when dealing with foreign policy as you say, it's going to be a different kind of. For in front facing world that the Japan will be pro presenting to following the departure Shinzo. but how much is there a real feeling that will be in the background despite his departure? I. Don't think he'll be in the background in any sensitive as a puppeteer, but I think the aims of his government will be pursued in one thing that's very interesting about sugar is he's not really an ideologue Shinzo had some quite. He had ideological positions are very well known. You know these nationalist positions very concerned to to reformulate the constitution Japan's pacifist constitution. He wanted to change that. Now really saga is not one go on about nationalism in any shape or form he's very pragmatic and everyone says the same thing he doesn't have a lot of charm sorry to say but that that's the the verdict on. Him when he goes into her and he's not dominating the room radiating charisma he looks at the small print and he's he's not really one for schmoozing but he wants to get things done and that's where he will differ from Shinzo obey. But I don't think he'll be grandstanding on the diplomatic

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Xbox Series X and S Prices Revealed

Game Scoop!

06:09 min | 2 weeks ago

Xbox Series X and S Prices Revealed

"What do we? It has been for xbox. They finally announced the xbox series s we finally finally finally know the release date in price for both consoles. November tenth is on the next generation of xbox kicks off series x five hundred dollars series as three hundred dollars. A full two, hundred dollars cheaper digital only actually doesn't seem like it's that much less powerful It's basically. into. Four correct me if I'm wrong, it's not four K.. It's fourteen forty. The thrill leaning into the series s that's correct gets, but it can scale to four K. on your four K. TV and it plays media in four. K.. Wow, not video games. So are you surprised at the the two hundred dollar price difference between these two councils it makes the series s really really impressive and tempting I don't think it was something that that many sorta really hard core really engaged gamers like that super interested in this all the price in the specs I've seen a lot of people going to be like well, maybe. Yes. During the times, it's it's well suited to to kind of. Navigate for both kind of Gamers is a needs. If you want the upscale absolutely highest price edition, sure that that's an option. But at the same time, if you're on a little bit more of a budget seem super smart especially just enough in this landscape with twenty twenty it's kind of interesting route a because we know that you know most people don't have a four K. television they probably won't for A. While, and this will make you games look really good on your current television It's a next GEN system for thirty bucks I mean I think that's a really cool a really cool competitive move to make especially now that they have a subscription service to back it up and just a few other things you know xbox has going for it right now, what they don't have is a bunch of exclusive watch games. Held out this long, i. mean it makes sense obviously in the game of chicken but this does seem like one of its greatest selling points semi pun intended. So it's It's interesting that the sticking them less long and obviously due to a leak initially before they owned the news themselves but it's a like mixed. It's a huge differentiator and definitely makes the the deal between the two of them the most significant thing for Microsoft. The value proposition, right? Yeah. The five hundred dollar version two is still like that's kind of what we expected this for some reason it's is I think it's really smart, not the delay but that they kind of. are talking about they talked about the s price at almost the same time because like that's all people were talking about like we would be talking about the PS five versus the xbox price right now as soon as bs five comes out, but there's always gonna be this this three, hundred dollar one and their people don't have to get the of the full one. It's just it's just a really interesting move I can't think of a precedent for at. A financing option to right. So yeah. That's just like another consumer friendly option that is clearly the a big corner cornerstone point for their entire next-gen lineup. Yeah we should definitely talk about that. That's xbox all access which allows you to get in on next generation xbox for as little as twenty five dollars a month for twenty four months you that over two years and that also gets you. Game Pass ultimate to get more than one hundred access to more than one hundred games plus every mega first party game day. One you get. So it's actually it. It seems to be like a staggering deal especially if what if? Halo infinite had been there at lunch twenty, five dollars for twenty five dollars. You got the new xbox and Halo Infinite Right on day one, it's unbelievable. Clearly, there's GonNa be some of those games that you don't care about including every first party game and including EA Games. Now, like that's basically like a price cut like you can imagine that console is sixty dollars even cheaper than the PS five is because you don't have to pay sixty dollars to get a little infant. Yeah the price of that subscription. It's it's amazing. It's really really cool I. Want I want to circle back on really underscores something that Sam said about the xbox series S. The thing that impresses me so much that I think is so smart. That it really did focus in on resolution like if you have a four K. TV like we opie seriously consider the series. But if you don't, if you're either plugging that thing into a monitor or you still have to be like the fact that the series s is pretty compromise free and that really that extra power is only being used to push you know these extra forecast pixels and law resolutions. The Games will just as good. I think that was very very clever and very savvy and consumer-friendly Gosh I don't have enough positive things to say about like that being the point of differentiation between these two consoles and like like I still don't actually have a four K. TV every year every every Christmas. This is the year but then it's like well, then there's then there's other new tech and there's HCR government maybe I'll just wait one more year and so like I'm still chugging away ten eighteen. And You know. So it's like I'm one of US consumers like Sino. I've seen some people wondering like well. It's like. Well, you know we exist for a wide variety of reasons I think it's like seventy percent of people that have consoles don't have a four. K. TV. As you say often use a projector and people find that confounding. Confounding because it's not as great resolution like you can still get a four K. projector and I do and like you know I I have really good setup, but ultimately, it's totally lighting based. So if you're in a bright living room, kind of does not make for a great experience, but you can have a huge. Screen the biggest screen out of any. Huge. Fun. T to do most of your gaming on a projector. That's how you do pre pandemic yeah. Okay Now more committed to a TV. TV. Okay. So a five, hundred, x, three, hundred

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What Patients Are Saying About Antipsychotic

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

02:24 min | 3 weeks ago

What Patients Are Saying About Antipsychotic

"In the early nineteen nineties about half of US patients with bipolar disorder took lithium now, it's closer to fifteen percent and the use of antipsychotic says more than doubled to fill that gap. A new survey reveals what patients think about these newcomers. This was an online survey of two hundred US adults who by their own report were diagnosed with bipolar one disorder and had taken an antipsychotic within the past year. Era Paul was the most common followed by Qu- Pina Spirit Own Olympian and Larizza on there are others that fell off after that. Overall people were satisfied with the efficacy but dissatisfied with the tolerability ninety, eight percent had at least one side effect on the NS psychotic and most of the side effects were not trivial. Ninety two percent felt the side effects had a negative effect on their relationships. Patients were embarrassed by the side effects. Particularly, anxiety weight gain followed by involuntary spasms or movements and trouble concentrating. I'm reminded here of Dr Magas Warning in June twenty nineteen issue on side effects that patients are not likely to put up with a side effect that they find socially embarrassing. The side effects that bothered people the most worrying Zaidi with gain and feeling like a Zombie or having no emotions And the rates of these three burdensome effects were large in the seventy percent range. ANTIPSYCHOTIC side effects carried over into all areas of life family, romance friendships, and work. Thirty to fifty percent felt that the anti psychotics impact their job sixty to seventy percent felt that the bipolar symptoms impacted their job. So from the patient's point of view, the side effects are a little better, but almost as bad as the disorder itself in the workplace. The bottom line while the PDR can tell us what side effects to expect surveys like this. Tell us just how damaging those side effects are. And the numbers here are much higher than what we see in the PDR. What's unclear is whether lithium or the Anti convulsants would raise the same level of complaint in

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Farm Workers Face Double Threat: Wildfire Smoke And COVID-19

Environment: NPR

03:49 min | 3 weeks ago

Farm Workers Face Double Threat: Wildfire Smoke And COVID-19

"Farm workers do not have the option to work from home in California. They faced the elements not just covert. But also record heat and wildfires Eric Mahoney of K.. A. Z.. You reports from a strawberry field in Salinas California. farmworkers swiftly picks a row of strawberries. He tosses to the ground, the bruise berries that won't sell the others into their plastic clam shells. The, air quality is better on this day but just a few weeks ago the sun glowed orange and ash family. The Sky after a wildfire erupted nearby has do sell Mata. The foreman says the smoke was so thick in mid August that it hurt the cruise sinuses for. We must. Be We. Stop for our safety. He says, we had to stop for one day and that wasn't easy call. He's in charge of sixty five people who are paid more money. The more they pick it's been a tremendously difficult year Dr Caroline Kennedy Cares for farmworkers. She directs nine clinics in Monterey County where agriculture is a leading industry you they home when the air quality doesn't make you feel well or do you just go back to work these are markers who are predominantly Latino feed the world yet they're struggling to feed their own families and They've been disproportionately affected by the coronavirus in Monterey County alone more than seventy percent of cases are among the Tino's often they go back to very congested living situations and everyone in the family is infected cove nineteen patients tell Kennedy. They just can't take a deep breath that's compounded by wildfire smoke under a California regulation that took effect last year employers must provide proper masks to outdoor workers when air quality degrades to a certain level whether or not the workers are required to actually put on the mask depends on how bad the air quality is. The messaging is confusing says Richard Steadman who runs the regional air resources district when the air is bad the general public is told to stay indoors what I see workers being advised that can go out into the field and exert themselves as long as they have in their possession, a mask that's not very protective. The united farm workers says even so enforcement of the regulation is a problem Armando Alana's is with the UAW? The vast majority of farmers were not provided have not been provided and ninety five mass. You W conducted a statewide poll in August to get a better understanding of the situation workers told Atlanta's there is felt like they were burning, but you know they were they were more worried about. Trying to make ends meet trying to pay the rent with multiple wildfires in California and pandemic. That's making and ninety five's hard to find the state answered calls for help and shipped around one point four million masks two counties throughout the State Henry Gonzales the Agricultural Commissioner for Monterey County says he's received over three, hundred, thirty, thousand were. Really the odds and we were able to get those considering their scarcity. Back. At the strawberry field in Salinas Gonzales watches worker is snapped closed the fruit containers he says showing up to this job can be a risk, but the produce can't wait. They're ready when they're ready and if you're not there to harvest, they're going to go to waste which means less money for companies, smaller paychecks, farmworkers, and fewer strawberries in grocery carts losses that might be necessary to protect farm workers help. For NPR News America Mahoney in Salinas

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Farm Workers Face Double Threat: Wildfire Smoke And COVID-19

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:49 min | 3 weeks ago

Farm Workers Face Double Threat: Wildfire Smoke And COVID-19

"Farm, workers do not have the option to work from home in California. They faced the elements not just covert. But also record heat and wildfires Eric Mahoney. Of K. A.. Z., you reports from a strawberry field in Salinas California. farmworkers swiftly picks a row of strawberries. He tosses to the ground, the bruise berries that won't sell the others into their plastic clam shells. The air quality is better on this day but just a few weeks ago the sun glowed orange and ash fell from the sky after a wildfire erupted nearby has do sell Mata. The foreman says the smoke was so thick in mid August that it hurt the cruise sinuses. We must. Be We stop for our safety. He says, we had to stop for one day and that wasn't easy call. He's in charge of sixty five people who are paid more money. The more they pick, it's been a tremendously difficult year Dr Caroline Kennedy Cares for farmworkers. She directs nine clinics in Monterey County where agriculture is a leading industry you they home when the air quality doesn't make you feel well or do you just go back to work these are markers who are predominantly Latino feed the world yet they're struggling to feed their own families and They've been disproportionately affected by the coronavirus in Monterey County alone more than seventy percent of cases are among the Tino's often they go back to very congested living situations and everyone in the family is infected cove nineteen patients tell Kennedy they just can't take a deep breath that's compounded by wildfire smoke under a California regulation that took effect last year employers must provide proper masks to outdoor workers when air quality degrades to a certain level whether or not the workers are required to actually put on the mask depends on how bad the air quality is. The messaging is confusing says Richard Steadman who runs the regional air resources district when the air is bad, the general public is told to stay indoors I. See workers being advised that they can go out into the field and exert themselves as long as they have in their possession, a mask that's not very protective. The united farm workers says even. So enforcement of the regulation is a problem Armando Alana's is with the UAW. The. Vast majority of farmers were not provided have not been provided and ninety five mass. You W conducted a statewide poll in. August. To get a better understanding of the situation workers told Atlanta's there is felt like they were burning but you know they were they were more worried about. Trying, to make ends meet trying to pay the rent with multiple wildfires in California and a pandemic that's making and ninety five's hard to find the state answered calls for help and shipped around one point four million masks, two counties throughout the state. Henry. Gonzales the Agricultural Commissioner for Monterey County says he's received over three, hundred, thirty, thousand were. Really, the odds and we were able to get those considering their scarcity. Back at the strawberry field in Salinas. Gonzales watches worker is snapped closed the fruit containers he says showing up to this job can be a risk, but the produce can't wait. They're ready when they're ready and if you're not there to harvest, they're going to go to waste which means less money for companies, smaller paychecks, farmworkers, and fewer strawberries in grocery carts losses that might be necessary to protect farm workers help. For NPR News America. Mahoney in Salinas California.

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Launching in U.S. theaters, 'Tenet' tallies $20.2 million

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

Launching in U.S. theaters, 'Tenet' tallies $20.2 million

"Christopher Nolan film tenet has earned an estimated twenty point two million dollars at the box office during a drastically reduced opening because of the corona virus pandemic I marquees are let out with the latest tennis it'll open the right doors some of the wrong ones too tentative practically no competition in theaters some multiplexes pleaded as many as one hundred times over the weekend about seventy percent of American movie theaters are open but not in New York or Los Angeles the ones that are open have a maximum fifty percent capacity to allow for social distancing Hollywood is holding the release of most bring movies to see if the goers will come back or it's releasing them to streaming services Disney put out its big budget remake of Milan to Disney plus but it did not share how much Moolah made

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India's virus caseload surpasses 4 million

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

India's virus caseload surpasses 4 million

"India's coronavirus caseload suppose full million on Saturday and the country is inching towards becoming the second worst affected by Kobe nineteen off to the U. S. initially the virus ravaged into sprawling and densely populated cities but it isn't stretched to almost every state spreading from villages and small towns even as testing in India has increased to over a million a day the test use old always accurate Randeep Guleria a government health expert tells the AP the seventy percent of India's nearly one point four billion people still susceptible to infections he says we already seeing some sort of second wave in certain parts of the country I'm Charles the last month

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How To Consistently Reach Your Sales Quota

Journey to $100 Million

04:39 min | 3 weeks ago

How To Consistently Reach Your Sales Quota

"What's up? Everybody Needs Kevin Daisy. So we are fairly new at sales as far as the station is concerned having professional. salespeople. We're about, I guess a year and a half into it I. It was Eric and I always sell in the business. then. We had a Glenn who came on about. Not, even a year and a half ago. Now, if our sales professional and we're looking to hire more so we're kind of quickly scale on this up. But we have a very basic system as far as what we're looking for. What the monthly quota is. An and they should be bringing in and it is super basic and as for me, it still works I know we might get more sophisticated as we grow in the teams grow and we have managers and things like that. But right now it's it's super basic. So interesting lay it out for you. and you can see how all this may be different than your model or if you don't have a model because you're disowned for yourself. something you can think about doing. SARS is very. Is. Five thousand dollars a month. In monthly reoccurring revenue. That's the theme here monthly reoccurring revenue five grand every month, not five gram once or twice or ten times, and then Kinda sit back. Five men every month. That's all we care about. We want those results. If you do the math on that, if you're GONNA do five grandmothers salesperson. Times twelve that sixty thousand dollars of monthly reoccurring revenue. So that means a month thirteen. We've collected sixty grand. From the clients that you've brought in as a salesperson here. At Mont Thirteen but take that that book of business. Times another twelve and that seven hundred, twenty, thousand dollars. So a very successful salesperson in their first year should be over half a million at least. And that's what looking at. That's the kind of success we need to grow this business. Now we do have ramp up period. said. You come on with us for as a salesperson which we're hiring right now as recording this for sales. There's a ramp up period so The first few months. Washington. The first four months or not one hundred percent of that. So we actually sort out with about a two week training period. A month is twenty, five percent of five grand, which is twelve fifty. Then he gets to fifty percent seventy percent and then the fourth full month. After a two week. Period you're expected to bring in five thousand in monthly recurring revenue. So right now, this is a very basic system and it works. We don't care about how many phone calls you made. We don't care about how emails you sent. I don't care if you want to network in meetings or not doesn't matter to me. It's. Can You bring in five thousand a month in New York consistently. And again, this reoccurring. So this is contacted. Using on twelve month. So, as predictable cash flow that we can count on for at least next year. So. That's really how we're building up our sales and growing the company. In if I can just hire another person and they can achieve that. Five thousand per month each. Then, we're in really good spot and we're growing very quickly. So. That's what we're trying to do again right now is very basic, but it works for us. We've had other people tell us different things and don't do like do it like this. Do like that. But for us is working out, well, we also pay salespeople a salary plus the commission net. And we do the life for that the life of the account. So. We've got a pretty good system going also the salespeople here they're not account managers. So they can build a book business and then keep building it not managing. There's accounts. Our operations team which according to the episode on that but. Operations seems takes over that relationship and the responsibility. So the salesperson continued yourself. Now, they can touch base and and reach out of the client of course, but it's not really the responsibility so. They Cabal. You know what you're tracking with sales was important for us the results, how much can you bring in per month and for us the minimum is five grand per month. And that's going to set us up for success. We were

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Lockdown in Honolulu

Travel with Rick Steves

05:06 min | 3 weeks ago

Lockdown in Honolulu

"Don Wallace is on the line from Honolulu. He tells US authorities they're put in a new set of restrictions because of a recent surge in Cova cases on Oahu justice they were hoping they could start reopening. It's crucial tourism industry. Don's a contributing editor at Honolulu magazine and he's updated us on Hawaii tourism in the past and done you're you're out there about twenty five, hundred miles away from anywhere else in the middle of the Pacific. Hawaii depends so much on tourism and I would imagine it's been quite a stressful time with the coronavirus continuing to spread. What's it like in Hawaii right now. Well the whiny started out as soon as thirty thousand tourists stopped coming way did very well on the virus were the lowest in the nation for states. Now we've had a spike starting at the fourth of July and August it began to get up to two hundred cases a day. I know that doesn't sound like much but. you don't have that many hospital facilities. That, we had to do a banning perks, beaches hiking trails and gatherings over ten So is the response and the impact of the corona virus different from different islands. who gets most of it in fact, it's almost miniscule on now big island, the ninety MILICI, those islands, the people can pretty much go cleese they. You wear masks you're allowed to fly into a walk who without according to you. But people who can't find their without of quarantine. What about people in the tourism industry? Are they impatient or they realizing that haste makes waste when it comes to getting over the so they can start making money again. It's a very interesting case people very concerned. There's no voice irresponsibly pushing for white opener light opening deal like Texas, did for instance. And I think that's because the workers sixty seventy percent of the are. No a minimum wage workers they don't have good health plans. They carry the burden of this, and the other part is the Theresa Stop Coming. Can Americans from the mainland fly into Hawaiian vacation if they want to yeah, you can come We get about three thousand a day. And I think the hitch there is you do a fourteen day quarantine and you check into your hotel and you can't leave your hotel room. The impact on tourism would be you're probably wondering around the beaches thinking this is like it was back in the old days. You're very much in nineteen threes, Hawaii. Waikiki is a ghost town. That's not entirely a bad thing We think tasteful Hawaii empty beaches, very clean water clean here you feel like being caress be hanging out with the beach boys. Old School Beach Boys. And if you do go out to dinner, for instance, you may have the restaurant to yourself just one or two people. Magic. So That's interesting. I mean, of course the you've lost the revenue, but you've regained your beaches as far as the locals go there was something in the news and I think you wrote about it about gun toting extremists who are wearing Hawaii shirts. It doesn't seem like the Aloha spirit to me what's Really thought it. Up in the news, there's one of these Gun Group extremists start showing up at the black lives, matter protests and other places. Instead of what they weren't Loescher it's Kinda create a sort of scary dissidence. Then people here reacted really strongly. Ensured is about Aloha Aloha is welcoming. It's inclusive. And it's actually something. I wrote an article about how Hawaiian shirts fight extremism. Hungary magazines. It's a love story about two sisters from Portland. Hawaii's eighteen twenty. Married South Asian immigrants helped create yellow her shirt industry. It's a beautiful beautiful story and it's that Louis Spirit that sort of loved that easygoing nece that caring for others. What a what a dissonance by these? What do they call? Boo Goo Boo Voice Blue Boys. Okay. Well I hope you have to handle and then we can read about that in your article and then very quickly what's open now if you are in Hawaii, museums, clubs, restaurants what's The dishes and Him after limited reopening had to close again. We hooked to get them back up in a couple of weeks neither good their little outdoor cafes and restaurants they've shifted to putting cafe tables out on the sidewalks and even the streets in some cases. So Madonna. Of Lua. And you know, thankfully, why is a very outdoor culture? So eating outdoors is. No big concession. So that lends itself to social distancing done. It's so great to have you on. We'll talk again soon I hope everything goes well with Hawaii and tourism, and your work there done Wallace's a contributing editor at Honolulu magazine. He's written the French house about buying a fixer upper on the island and Brittany and he's written articles about what's going on. In Hawaii these days

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Finally, Airlines are Dropping Change Fees

Business Wars Daily

03:52 min | 3 weeks ago

Finally, Airlines are Dropping Change Fees

"Wars daily on this September fourth. Happy Friday friends and happy. Labor. Day. Weekend. Labor, day, marks the end of summer for many of us an occasion for one last Hurrah barbecues pool parties in one last long weekend vacation perhaps this year well, most of us are staying home and the airlines have absolutely nothing to celebrate. Passenger levels are down seventy percent from a year ago, according to figures from the Transportation Security Administration looking financial disaster in the face, the airlines are trying to woo travelers back given the safety concerns that's proving difficult. So on Monday, United Airline CEO Scott Kirby took a startling and many would say welcome step here he is in a video announcement. Permanently getting rid of change vs on standard economy and premium tickets for travel within the US. Changes inevitable these days, but it's how we respond to change. That matters most. We hear from customers about where we can improve getting rid of this feat is often offered West and for good reason until now it could set you back two hundred to five hundred dollars to change a flight on one of the Big Three Airlines, United Delta or American sometimes that fee was more than the cost the original ticket simply the existence of that fee put all three airlines at a competitive disadvantage. To Southwest Airlines, which proudly boasts that it has never charge change fees or baggage fees, either which is another story well, now, non of the other airlines will either at least for domestic flights about twenty four hours after Kirby went public. American Airlines and Delta followed suit and canceled their domestic change fees as the Wall Street reports American went even further canceling their change fees for international flights to Canada Mexico, and the. Caribbean. Now, the question is, what will it cost them? US carriers earned close to three billion dollars from changing cancellation fees in two thousand, nineteen according to the US Transportation Department. All three major airlines in hefty amounts of money. American was I with more than eight, hundred, million dollars coming from vs Delta was close behind united took in more than six hundred, million dollars one might imagine that it could be hard for. The airlines to give up these fees after all about fifteen percent of their revenues come from the fact did travelers changed their minds united is burning through about forty million dollars a day and could cut up to thirty six thousand jobs by October first that according to CNBC. So you might think that every possible penny counts but if no one traveling anyway, well, it's

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Did ETFs Pass the 2020 Market Collapse Stress Test

Money For the Rest of Us

06:09 min | Last month

Did ETFs Pass the 2020 Market Collapse Stress Test

"There's a paper issued by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston titled The shift from Active to passive investing potential risks to financial stability. They right to the extent that passive investing is pushing up the prices of index constituents. Two types of potential repercussions for financial stability might arise. I in theory, rising prices can lead to more index investing and the resulting index bubble eventually could burst. But they point out that this might not be the entire market but could be just elements in the market some stocks getting pushed up. While others might have their prices fall because they're not necessarily included in the index. Investors were selling active mutual funds and going in to index funds to the overall market valuation wasn't necessarily going higher. The point out that some stocks will because they are part of that basket that an ETF holds might be more liquid whereas other names are going to be less liquid. So you have different things going on that makes it challenging to figure out whether there is or was an indexing bubble Needed is a stress test. We needed people rushing to get out of ATS and other assets and to see how they hold up. One of the concerns regarding ETF, there would be a flash crash which has occurred in the past where the price of an ETF has fallen dramatically more so than the price of its underlying holdings. And this can occur when there are trading halts in either the ETF or the underlying holdings. These trading halt or circuit breakers that are implemented if the price of security ETF falls below some threshold. And they're there to suppress volatility. Do allow traders time to catch their breaths or trading systems time to recalibrate to timeout. The stress has is very, very important because ETF's are so much bigger than they were. Six trillion dollars in assets in the ETF sector that's up seven fold from two, thousand seven. So. What happened during late February and March as market sold off dramatically. Well I there was no flash crash trading volume, definitely spite. I shares shared some data for the week of February twenty. Fourth Two thousand twenty volatility spikes so the vix, the C. B. O. E. volatility index, it reached forty nine. The highest since February twenty eighteen. and. The S&P five hundred had its largest weekly decline since the two thousand eight global financial crisis. Exchange traded products that week comprise thirty, eight percent of market trading. Whereas back in twenty nineteen, they accounted on average for twenty seven percent. So there was much more trading in ats. Exchange. For the products which include ATS. Traded a record one point, four, trillion dollars volume from February twenty, four, th through February twenty, eighth, two, hundred and seventy percent greater than its average daily trading volume from the prior month. And then that trading was fairly efficient. So the bid ask spreads what investors were buying ETF for or selling e Utah. That price difference was generally line with historical averages in addition, most of the trading volume was trading in the secondary market. Investors trading the ATS with each other, rather than trading facilitated by authorized participants who interact directly with ETF sponsored in creating and redeeming shares. The volume of secondary market trading in exchange traded products was fourteen to one relative to primary activity of this trading with authorized participants. What that means is that ETF in some ways acted as shock absorber when investors were trying to get out even if the underlying securities might have been less liquid by selling ETF's taking much of that trading volume that put less pressure on perhaps some of those less liquid securities. It seemed to function. If we look at what happened during the this market twenty, twenty turmoil compared to the flash crash of two thousand, ten volatility was actually much higher during the march twenty, twenty turmoil. The minimum and maximum levels during a given day for the various indices was higher during March twenty twenty then back in the flash crash twenty ten. And yet the markets seem to function generally speaking at least for equity ETF's. Even. Michael. Berry in March twenty twenty seemed to admit this. He told Bloomberg I have a significant bearish market bat that is working out for now. A global pandemic is absolutely potential trigger for the unwinding of the passive investing bubble. But despite volatility Berry said, he hadn't noticed any signs of dysfunction in the markets that was making it harder for him, the trade or exploit investment opportunities. Equity ETF seems to have passed that stress test it worked even though the volume of trading was so much higher. The number of ATS was so much higher. There were some challenges on the bond side. The vanguard total bond market ETF. B, n De on March Twelfth, it's closing price was six point two percent less than its net asset value per share. The price was less than the supposed value of the underlying holdings on a per share basis. During the prior thirteen years that have had a point one, seven percent premium of the closing price to envy now at six point, two percent discount. Rich powers WHO'S HEAD OF ETF product management at Vanguard said this wasn't unusual. Market prices for Egypt's can move more rapidly than the net asset value that is part of the price discovery process. He's saying that's normal.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Found that seventy percent of older people in the hospital are there for all the whole related problems such as high blood pressure heart disease and diabetes which are all made worse by booze Rebecca chorale KCBS San Francisco based jul labs is being targeted by another state that would be Connecticut launching an investigation into the company's claims that beeping can help smokers switch KCBS is Jim Taylor is on the story does jul do what it claims here's a sample from their commercial on that I liked it find that it really works the switch was it was an old brain a railing they're making the claim that they're helping people quit smoking and so we're testing that plan if that's your main explanation here excuse would like to know whether it's true or not Connecticut Attorney General William Tong says jul has never been approved as an effective smoking cessation device that in fact there is mounting evidence to the contrary the company's response comes in the form of a statement saying that Jewell will cooperate with the investigation but but they are not approved by the FDA to provide tool as a smoking cessation device and that is unlawful Connecticut is demanding the jewel answer questions in turn over documents by September third Jim Taylor KCBS lifted suspended the use of its E. bikes in San Francisco after one of the bicycles caught fire yesterday in the city's lower Haight district the San Francisco examiner reports the bike was talking your pages Scott streets when it caught fire around noon the San Francisco fire department says it was a result of a battery pack issue the incident is the latest to raise questions about whether the batteries on these vehicles are safe another lefty bike caught fire for unknown reasons Saturday lift operates nearly one thousand E. bikes under the service bay wheels in San Francisco and in the greater bay area and San Francisco southern style restaurant is temporarily suspended from service because of a cockroach infestation as of gates reports customers were turned away yesterday morning for the pop eyes on to visit Darryl street after that after the department of public health shut the restaurant down to the major violations San Francisco's food safety program says food violations can fall into three categories that range from low to high risk low risk violations are those that have no immediate risk to public health or safety well high risk violations can include transmissions of food borne illness adulterated food products and contaminated food contact surfaces well many new college grads are joining the work force for the first time KCBS is Michael again with some do's and don'ts well for openers don't do what this job candidate did funny story we work in a very professional and student tire and I had someone to show up on the first day in beach where so I think just dress for the job if they if you've taken Christina dela Cruz regional vice president with Robert half technology which conducted the survey the outlook is very promising for recent college grads seventy percent of San Francisco in the greater metro area hiring managers plan to hire new college grads this year Philip Bruce is one mistake many job seekers make is not emphasizing volunteer work they may have done it highlights your ability to go above and beyond and it shows the things you're passionate about why cold and KCBS a CBS news time at twelve fifty three let's.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"You would download the radio dot com app you'll be able to listen to us anytime anywhere how smart is your car or your truck or your s._u._v. what safety features does it have andy yet care about all this consumer reports looks into it carol these mitch car asked mike monticello do people like those features especially systems like warning automatic emergency breaking those are the big ones that we've been pushing in the survey that we did where we you know there were seventy people he are members reported on seventy two thousand vehicles and the majority of them said one of be safety had kept him out of a crash which ones are the are are you finding are the most effective which ones really seem to matter the most well it depends on how you look at if you look at i i h s data the insurance it'd be my with the highest percentage is rear automatic braking that's when you know in that seventy percent reduction in crashes when you have rear automatic emergency breaking and that's when yeah when you back up and gives you the warning also called rear cross traffic warning and not the huge reduction in crashes but might not very low speed crash the i think the more portland one is when you look at ford collision warning combined with automatic merge breaking those crashes are reduced by fifty percent compared to cars that don't have those systems and those are those are higher speed crashes or something that could be out on the highway where you're going to run into the back of someone in potentially how some pretty serious damage to the car and or the occupants it was interesting too that the article talks about the least satisfied and and it was i guess the big one was the lane feature v features lane departure warning but especially the lane keeping assist those systems were the ones that were the least liked by our respondents you know they were the ones that if they could turn them off they turn those off the most of all the system like blind spot warning you know which is where it keeps it out warning indicator in the side mirror that someone is in your blind spot and flashes at you if you're about to live over those systems were were the you know the least turned off because they worked so well l. which automaker is moving fast as on this who would you give the the a grade two as opposed to others who maybe are moving along quickly on all of these features if you look at companies like toyota and lexus that are are putting them on a huge majority of their vehicles tesla's putting the systems on all of their vehicles those kind of companies are really moving you know forward ahead of the game for that you know especially when you talk about auto matic emergency braking there's this september twenty twenty two deadline that the you know twenty manufacturers have said that they would abide by the put eighty beyond the majority of their vehicles by september twenty twenty two somebody's manufacturers are way ahead of the game and so we get huge profit i'ma we also get back to the point in our overall score when we're when we on tested models if they have foreclosure warning high speed automatic emergency breaking or city speed a._b. would detection which is becoming a bigger bigger deal with all the you know the increase in pedestrian death lately as well as warning does at assistance for us we think are proven to be effective and that's why we think those are the systems manufacturers should be putting it on the cars right now it's mike monticello from consumer reports coming up next more great news for the general motors workforce in arlington it's to fourteen when the weather matters to you child that spends a lot of time outside so i need to know what the temperature is going to be what i need to keep an eye out for.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on The Changelog

The Changelog

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on The Changelog

"A bunch of example so i think my last commits were actually like three example apps on airplane ride i didn't have any wifi was that was my my fun bits awesome yeah did find one example app that if i looked pretty cool which was fly get which is get on top of fly was that do you have your hand in that one or was that somebody else i did i did i i did did actually a lot of our abusing up consuming a lot of files from a repository and injecting places so few ended up if you go to our dock site which is flooded slash docs slash apps it's just our read me and what we do is we pull that markdown down and render it and put it into our our normal waking site so we do a lot with mixing matching content from gets a flag is basis for a lot of that and and we've taken bits and pieces of that news than elsewhere very cool so i'm staring at the repo i have one last question down here seventy percent type script this do you have you have opinions on types or if you like to share seventy percent in trending up it's it's more and more time script and for i really liked type script i'm always really like types than i used to be a pretty heavy windows deadliest i did a lot of shahr which if if you've ever done sharpie after like types or you don't do have sharp and there's a lot of that stuff that's trickled into into types group and i feel like we we both really liked types group because it's easy it's much easier to reason about one of the things we have the implement through this round time was a so in we're basically laying browser api is because they work really well for used as in browser api's tend to be really welldesigned the modern ones so fetch and requested response or just a really nice api to give the people we requested response both have bodies can be streams or.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"In the bronx winston's time seven thirty five as many as eleven people have been her to critically in a suspicious fire in flushing queens the blaze broke out at about two am in a home on forty first avenue nine firefighters suffered minor injuries in the two larmer which was brought under control about in about an hour the building was supposedly vacant but squatters were reportedly inside when the fire broke out to people escaped the flames just before firefighters got there and we're taken to cornell hospital burn unit firefighters had a tough time because the top floor of the building had debris piled three to four feet high mayor de blasio says the admission test should not be the sole criterion for kids trying to get into the city's top high schools and he's predicting what some people will say in reaction they won't be just as good if they look different by the way anyone who's thinking that that's an unamerican thought that's an unfair thought that thought does not conform to the values in new york city the mayor at an event at j h s to ninety two in brooklyn said he wants to increase in role of disadvantaged students at the city's specialized high schools were ten percent of students are black or latino compared with seventy percent citywide the expansion plan would start with admissions for september of two thousand nineteen the single admissions test would be eliminated over three years wins news time seven thirty six fifty years ago this week robert f kennedy was assassinated thanks to all of you onto chicago and let in june fifth nineteen sixty eight kennedy the forty two year old new york senator and attorney general in his assassinated brothers administration had arrived in the ballroom of the embassador hotel to declare victory in the california presidential primaries when he was shot by sirhan sirhan sirhan sirhan fifteen unsuccessful california parole board hearing in two thousand sixteen robert f kennedy jr called again for prosecutors to reopen the case arguing second gunman got away and that it was not serhan who killed his father even though he confessed rfk junior recently told the washington post his father was the.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Clark your guest host today on the dennis prager radio show couple of comments to close out the illegal immigration you heard the poll numbers that i cited early seventy percent of people think we need a wall and they support fixing this broken immigration system president trump as you know says what he means he means what he says he speaks in clear language it's going to fix this broken immigration system it's hurting america i think that his sending four thousand national guards troops to our southern border is the sort of action that we need and he knows that actions speak louder than words congress needs to exhibit the same sense of urgency they avoid this top in both parties like the plague and it's hurting the american people no it's it's it's it's unbelievable how this thing can language the language and he'd gotten unit's gone i think the mid eighties was the last time this thing was addressed illegal immigration now we'll talk for just a second about this this the four pillars that president trump outlined in a state of the union address on you know the the daca the ending chain migration and there's been a little pushback from many on our side about his his proposal to fix doc look ladies and gentlemen anywhere from eight hundred thousand people and after talking about up to a million to begin a pathway to citizenship call it what you want i i'm not gonna get into playing word games some amnesty well okay call it what you want what if you think that we're actually going to deport eight hundred thousand to one point two million daca recipients then again i don't know what you smoke it the american people don't support that and let me tell you something i mentioned earlier in the program but pub public opinion public opinion matters in this country it matters in this country because the government of formed by the people we do it to our elected representatives right our our our constitutional republic what the public feels and thanks matters there is no support to deport the eight hundred thousand to one point two million daca recipients there's no public support for so those of you that want to take a hard line criticize the president for his proposal to fix doc.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"Cent of your died is plants and by calories seventy percent of your diet is that right yeah exactly so okay let's i wanna talk about what you talk about in the book which is awesome which you call the pagan diet which i love because it's not really a diet it's a philosophy but i i love this kind of joke it's a spoof right spoof on paleo on extremism that everybody has and listen if you believe what the paleo folks say in you eat like vegan you're gonna die if you believe with vegan folk safe like paleo person you're gonna die so they can't both be rice he eggs actly so i'm curious like if you could wave a magic wand and have everybody eating and much more healthy diet what would that look like practically speaking like how would people be eating men i follow some basic simple principles you know the way i talk about eating is is i have a couple things in a bigger context like the food right what what should i eat but then there's house affects everything right so i think i just want to share a little bit about that because it's something that nobody's going to disagree with me things whether you're paleo or vegan the principles i think everybody's on board within let me just kinda share with you some of it because it's really not that hard i think things is how do you how do you eat at a high level to to affect the environment around because what you what you're basically eating effects on you but affects the environment affects climate affects the economy pretty much everything so i is you know avoid processed foods avoid junkfood obviously refined sugars carbohydrates and refined oils avoid factory farm animals avoid food good climate change in varma big relation minimize the use of fossil fuels avoid foods affects kids billion learner friends national courtesy because kids too fat defied or lisa violent behavior in poverty nobody's gonna.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on U&U Podcast

U&U Podcast

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on U&U Podcast

"I probably would be with you know the one that i enjoy doing this with in the one i might be more physical within the one that you know because we know it can be done we do you don't i'm saying it's like you you have females do it more now than i think evitable multiple gas fill filling different needs you know you got your food guy you got your guy make you laugh you got you gotta break your back you got you know what i'm saying so real talk the goddess finance stable you know what i'm saying so it's like i don't know it's like what how do we talk a seventy percent divorce rate pretty harry seventy percents them almost everybody you know what i'm saying want wanna try it's discouraging right so now so if that's the scourging you live in what i'm saying on the learning about whether you're going to have a partnership where you're going to have a committed relationship listen go ahead all that seventy percent shit y'all can kiss my some murray you would've thirty thirty percents the my wife this is based on this individual beautiful you said about the open relationships working working better statistically they tend you got statistics in the last just play devil's advocate i feel like they stay together in those relationships even if they don't work just to save face so they don't have to tell people we try to open relationship and it didn't work.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on TalkRadio 1370AM

TalkRadio 1370AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on TalkRadio 1370AM

"Plastic you will spend seventy percent more in a vending machine in the hotel lobby you will spend a hundred and seventy percent more double triple the transactions when you use plastic yeah i'll take chips and a coke and a candy bar right but when you're actually putting you had to feed that dollar and that thing right you actually feel that and you spend way less so all of that is as emotional friction you need to be aware of that the other thing that happens is this think about this here's what's interesting when you were a kid if you're if you're old guy like me you might have traded marbles with your friend you had a marble and you trade something you ever trade something with someone you give them something they give you something there's an exchange you hand them something they hand you something she that's what happens when you pay with cash you hand them green presidents faces they give you the item think about what happens with plastic you give them a piece of plastic they give you your plastic back damn they give you the item isn't it subtle let there was no exchange that occurred you didn't make a trade you got your plastic back and the item because you would never leave the transaction without your own credit card or your debit card with you.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"I spent seventy percent of my money online versus in a store that adds up sure but as though everything isn't always cheaper online notes on things cheaper in the brick and mortar i've been doing my show and nine times out of ten it's cheaper online guaranteeing i wouldn't go that far president even though he tweeted out the post office is getting ripped off and and they're paying no local or local to little local and sales tax that's not true and so the administration's route the day even moved away from what the president tweeted and said it's not about that when you get down to what the president's talking about the president wants a national sales tax an internet sales and national internet sales tax in order to level the playing field between the mom and pops and the online delivery services and it goes back to the belief that the president believes that an economy runs better when you have to go to a brick and mortar and not get something delivered to your doorstep and that he is the person as the president or the a representative in the government that should be regulating what he feels is fair to you as we said earlier if obama had said that well republicans would be going crazy.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"A seventy percent approval rating this what else has ever done that that nothing nothing nothing has a cell there's no downside of the move in the salang in you know forty percent of those dollars comes off i will will go back into agriculture to help us with the buffers on the extra funding were short on right now it's going to be amazing so it's a eight forty three and some change here on news radio 1040 who you know it's always a pleasure to see you i i don't get to see you often enough it you know i tease him but randy helps me a lot and you've been a you've been a good friend of the show can you believe we but i know most fifteen years now now iowa that's amazing at is crazy i tell you it's is it goes by so quick well i'll tell you what i am i've had a lot of fun about doors on some stop and believe it or not there's been a couple of times have cohosted and tell yet and you know what the ratings went out they oil anything's better may yeah i had to go on do some honsan stop and you are you came out and coast the show former you've you help me out a lot and i always appreciate you that well i appreciate what you do and you know dan's been down to capital and when he hit i will day he was down there and he was one of the moderators for a discussion and he's been involved in down we're pretty blessed to have an individual that has the passion that he has that's off a kind of your checks in the mail to its all these nice words damn blushes crazy so i will i gotta go hit a break when we come back we're going to visit with a young lady that is man in the forty now you're going to have to go work now bill we had a crowd we got in here are knows the power of news radio 1040 who let me let me go hit a break randy don't you not he's got two goals talked to his what before i do that i.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The world's most trusted name in professional trader education well the topic of this show is okay the market hit some volatility last week i'm recording their suits early in the morning on tuesday the 13th by time you hear this i have no idea if the market is going to be higher or lower but neither is anyone else and that's the important point none of us know with certainty what's going to happen knacks and people have this vision that well maybe my portfolio takes a little bit of a hit but they're just gives me an opportunity to buy cheaper yet if the market falls five ten percent that's the mindset the problem is is on the markets falling fifty sixty and seventy percent that's when people take huge losses and as we've talked about you know him no i said going to mention that when the market went down in two thousand eight and two thousand nine in a period of the year and a half the market gave back thirteen years of gains you went back to the levels the markets were at back in that in 1990 six in fact once you factor in inflation if you look at what happened in the market between nineteen twenty nine when it crashed the market didn't get back to where it was in 1929 until 1954 once you factor in inflation and by the way once you factor in inflation new marco was the same place in 1984 it was in nineteen fiftyfour so really for about you know do the mass sixty years there nothing really happened in the markets except the kind of kept up with inflation and that takes us to know a topic we've talked about here before in a in.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on NWAP

NWAP

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on NWAP

"Black and brown seventy percent so he's a seventy percent yet though less majority i'll just say at seventy okay all right so the majit but the majority coaches at all owners are white so let's say uh bob kraft comes out and says you know he do need minority owners in this that did he would i don't know if you would what ethic him i had said we need more minority owners and conscience in this league right between so many teams would he be willing to give up his spot to seated minority owner wong probably not and that goes you know all the way through like the oscars or when people say we need more and minority lead actors are actresses you say that people are you say that but did not willing to give up their spot to see to see you know that versity so emily may be wellmeaning do not willing to sacrifice themselves two you know chip away at white supremacy that's very clear here we do participate in it okay let's i guess everybody participates it and that they are benefit or lose because sell s nine creating short answer i all around the world and then you can even get into that the color is them in all of that too as just always there if they are skin is kind of like at the top of the hierarchy any just goes down throughout all of these different social groups.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"And we in global guru your text global door eric and gary on red eye radio and he's eric harley i'm gary mcnamara eight six six nine zero seven three three three nine eight six six ninety red eye he's eric harley i'm gary mcnamara you brought up a great point there on on uh you know where we go with the president the he will be in missouri today to promote tax reform even though we have no idea if we're going to get any tax reform or just tax cuts but it's a what can you get right now from republicans and would any democrats crossed the line think about this you've got 2018 coming up the republicans believe that they need to have not necessarily tax reform bill needed to be a a a win win win what's a win win win the poll showed it was it was it seventy percent of americans are believed that they pay too much in taxes yeah and it's interesting because 48 percent or whatever that number is don't pay any taxes at all we're not talking about the fight attacks rather we're talking about actual income tax of do does not go in to your own personal social security or medicare and so word we're talking about the general income tax and so seventy percent think that they pay too much so you're looking at that you're psycho k give everybody a tax break and we'll be okay but the other thing that they wish to do be is because they wish to get the economy going in they believe that by giving corporate tax cuts you'll be able to do that so if you look right now on corporate tax cuts let's look at the political the political landscape right now can you get any democrat right now how wooded favor any democrat to vote in favour of cutting a corporate taxes with two thousand eighteen coming up if they understand because we know tim ryan said at the other day tim raines said yeah corporate tax corporate tax.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on AP News

"There has to be a documented business or educational offer the rules are similar for all refugees and the state department is giving a little room to grant exemptions these changes follow monday supreme court ruling upholding portions of president trump's executive order jackie quinn washington right now at gatt factory and banana republic factory dave to seventy percent off everything in store seventy percent off everything ninety nine banana republic handicap batteries north good morning look for your nearest gap battery handinhand republic restore marsha travel ban challenged i'm jackie quinn within ap news minute this state of hawaii is urging a federal court to stop enforcement of the latest trump administration travel ban because it's definition of close relative is too narrow it excludes fiancee's and grandparents says bona fide family we members white house deputy press secretary sarah huckabee sanders is defending president trump's tweet against commentator meeker brzezinski saying that she has attacked him to when they hit him he's gonna hit back a wildfires kicked up in southwestern colorado about two hundred homes around durango have been evacuated at least one house there is too destroyed five homes burnt down in prescott arizona fire officials angry someone flew a drone that forced fire fighting aircraft.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on AP News

"Right now at gatt factory and banana republic factory save fifty to seventy percent off everything in store seventy percent off everything the ninety nine republic handicap batteries dortha for your nearest gap battery handinhand republic restore this doubly trade that derailed in new york monday has left many of those who rely on it's understandably obituary give a piece of jewelry walker reports moore's being learned about what happened but i of writers that's not enough the mta says the emergency brakes triggered causing the a train to derail writer jack cox says it jerked violently jostling to happen revis island a susan packed says she saw sparks through the train window than the power cut off most hardline in dhaka's by shea by him subway the same way the mta is investigating but says it does not look like equipment failure julie walker new york record numbers are expected to head and vacation for the upcoming holiday ap correspondent shelly adler says low gas prices have something to do with if you are traveling for the july fourth holiday aaa says you may be part of what's expected to be a historymaking longweekend forty four million americans are projected travel it could miles away from home the highest number two in on record for the holiday weekend and what are you having a queue of dumming economy and look after aaa spokeswoman camera johnson on those low gas prices current price hit are about fight than shepherding they weren't you doubtless pick up some thirty seven and a half million drivers will be on the road up on almost three percent from a year ago shelly adler washington right now at gatt factory and banana republic factory safe fifty to seventy percent off everything in stores that's right seventy percent off everything right the part the ninety nine at banana republic three handicapped battery stores an extra forty percent locator for your nearest gap battery canvas republic restore online.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on AP News

"To arrange rights for parents grandparents and other loved ones unable to try them sell south when users asks to be picked up some more besides their current location the apple give them the option to designate the right for someone else who they can designate from their contacts in the past uber users ordering rights for someone else had to call the driver to explain the situation a new study an adult perceptions of black schoolgirls finds a much harsher view of them than of their white peers ap correspondent check equin reports that could lead to harsher punishments in school a report from the georgetown university law center finds adults view black girls ages five to fourteen as being less innocent seeming older endless in need of nurturing then white girls the same aides bullied author says the adult application of black schoolgirls could explain why they're disciplined more at school and did the criminal justice system these results are similar to a 2014 report that showed boys of color were also more harshly purse seve jackie quinn washington right now at gatt factory and banana republic factory save fifty to seventy percent off everything and stores that's right seventy percent off everything right the hard the nine republic three and again batteries doors horn idea an extra forty percent locator for your nearest gap battery handinhand republic restore marsha online.

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"seventy percent" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

Android Central Podcast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"seventy percent" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

"So it's interesting that that you know there's such this legacy of buying from carriers for smartphones that it's stuck around so heavily the i think you said seventy percent by from carriers in the us rate daniel but this is i agree that we could probably be doing more to sit in separate down and explain what's going on and i think that the big thing for us is unblocked phones have usually men cheaper in mid range phones a good value founds whereas it's not always the case you know you can buy the highend phones unlock to now that's true i although who's going to pay seven hundred twenty four ninety nine outright for a galaxy s eight when it comes out at the end of the month i know well and in that specific case the people that are in the know to buy and unlocked phone that have been completely you know broken down in the said you know from the galaxy s seven unlocks having update problems and all that sort of thing that has in that hasn't painted that particular situation properly but i mean at the the money aspects sure i understand that it's expensive but you just have to be able to get past that i little hurdle to explain that it's the same price they're paying at the carrier as well and that you know there are financing deals available either now i think that there has to be a little education there but i think people get the sticker shock in the same way are in a different way from the carriers because the carriers.

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