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Disney smashes streaming subscriber expectations
"We start off with disney delivering in its latest company smashing streaming expectations the stock higher in the after hours session. Let's get straight to julie abortion. Who is fresh off that disney call julia. Melissa earnings call underway right now. The stock up nearly three percent after the company exceeded expert expectations on the top line in reported a profit rather than the loss analysts anticipated. Now the two key areas in focus parks and streaming both outperformed expectations disney's streaming business outpaced projections going to ninety five million disney plus subscribers and one hundred and forty six million total direct. To consumer customer is now that includes hulu and espn plus that division grew revenue seventy three percent from the year earlier quarter especially pleased with the success of our correct. The consumer business and our recent strategic reorganization has enabled us to accelerate. The company. Said it was a dc first business model and further grow our streaming services disney plus has exceeded even our highest expectations. Meanwhile the parts visions revenue dropped less than anticipated down by fifty three percent the company announcing that covert has headed two point six billion dollar impact on the parks divisions operating income as a result of closures and reduced capacities. Where we've been able to reopen are with limited capacity guest have consistently demonstrated a willingness and a desire to visit which we believe is a testament to the fact that they feel confident. In the health and safety protocols we've put in place average daily attendance at walt disney world significantly from q for q one japex saying they're continuing to invest to build out different features of their parks and they said they are very pleased with the reservations and consumer interest in visiting parks. Melissa of course that's going to be in focus as they start to get to be able to increase their capacity in florida and are allowed to open up here in california. All right julia. Thank you julie. Borsen the latest on disney. Which is up three percent after hours. Dia dommie how do you like the stock. How do you like what they said on this. Call well kudos again. I mentioned the last night sort of took a pass on the kudos. I'll give it to her anyway. And tim who've been all over this and so listen. I'm not a huge fan of treadmills and this is going somewhere. Mel by the way suggest indulge me for a second but you get on a treadmill. You go eight miles an hour maybe walk. Maybe put down your honor for forty five minutes but when you get off your exactly where you started and i bring that up because listen. It's great that they keep adding people to disney plus i get it but as rich greenfield amongst. Many others pointed out our food down twenty-eight percent every year i'll tell you what that means because that's the game we play here but effectively a lot of ways that running in place. Now the naysayers will say. That's a bad thing. That's going to lead to decline in stock. And the optimists will say they're going to be able to monetize all those people there all by drew barrymore short with the delorean on it and those types of thing and maybe they'll go mr toad wild ride when the parks reopened. I'm not nearly as optimistic. So it's not a great ride valuations now or at levels where i don't think it necessarily should be okay and then it pick up on that point because i also read that tweet so this past quarter the arp average revenue per user was four dollars and three cents for disney plus and a year ago is five dollars and fifty six cents. Tim should we not care about this at this early stage of growth for disney for the streaming service. I don't think so. I mean i no. I don't think so. And i think you know guy may be like george jetson on the treadmill. I avoid treadmills i. I'd rather be out there and disney's running through the streets right now with with ninety five million and essentially when you add in hulu and espn plus. We heard those numbers. This strategic reorganization is part of the excitement. Here again. this division is up. Seventy three percent during a period when netflix is been in a sweet spot of engaged in couldn't be in a better position disney's outperform the stocks outperform disney from net flicks by almost forty percent since since august. But even over the last couple of years it's outperformed net flicks which we would all certainly agree is also making a move especially in terms of profitability. But again do we care about that. With netflix's should we care about that with disney when also they're showing that they can at least be profitable and their core business through very difficult times on the way out of kobe. So look i understand the profitability issues. At some point disney's got to create their own content. We know that's very expensive. But if you're asking me you know from from an investor's perspective. Am i happy with with the metrics that are driving the stock to move higher and thirty nine times five bucks. A share of two thousand and twenty two is is not expensive when you consider what is being paid for net flicks.
Disney smashes streaming subscriber expectations, boosting segments hurt by Covid
"We start off with disney delivering in its latest company smashing streaming expectations the stock higher in the after hours session. Let's get straight to julie abortion. Who is fresh off that disney call julia. Melissa earnings call underway right now. The stock up nearly three percent after the company exceeded expert expectations on the top line in reported a profit rather than the loss analysts anticipated. Now the two key areas in focus parks and streaming both outperformed expectations disney's streaming business outpaced projections going to ninety five million disney plus subscribers and one hundred and forty six million total direct. To consumer customer is now that includes hulu and espn plus that division grew revenue seventy three percent from the year earlier
Las Vegas Raiders face 'daunting task' with COVID-19 issues ahead of game vs. Kansas City Chiefs
"Kid city chiefs at eight point favorite leg. I said we'll get to that in a second on the road against the vegas raiders on this game. Fifty six and a half. We will have. John cheering on later. I'm sure he'll be able to explain whether slightly above the market pain. i have to believe. That's all covid related to be quite honest. The raiders defense in the contact tracing protocol. We're not quite sure. If i'm going to have to get called up to play safety and let me tell you my foot speed not enough to slow down tyreek hill and open spaces really wouldn't say i mean i might try and slew coming off the line. That'd be my only shot. so listen. I the raiders offensive game plan back in week five was good. Obviously but the halftime adjustments that. Paul guenther in the raiders. Defensively really is what i think won them the game. It's really what gave the chiefs offense trouble. You really hadn't seen that from the chiefs offense before during this. Patty mahomes like run especially against the defense of that caliber. You go back to week. Five in the second half. Kansas city was successful. Only twenty one percent of their snaps. One point to carry twenty eight percent success rate through their moms is pressured. A ton the raiders. Were able to do something in that game. They hadn't been able to do most of the season which is get pressure vegas. Twenty six on the season pass rush win rate and then obviously after a few good games. Recently where the raiders have been able to apply some pressure to quarterbacks. They've surged to an average defense in pressuring the week. Five game if you look at some of these numbers. Mahomes was pressured on forty. Seven percent of total dropbacks specifically from eleven personnel. Were kansas city. Essentially lives seventy three percent of the time moms pressured on fifty seven percent of those three wide sets. I would envision off the bye with the little extra motivation of not. Just losing to the raiders but but kansas city not being really happy about gruden and the gang taken victory laps around the the stadium there drivers using using the loudspeaker thereafter the week. Five win that Andy reid is probably gonna come with a pretty good game plan here and you know past the success that andy. Reid is hat off the bye. You mentioned this. The raiders are are probably going to be without a few key defenders but You know another handful of defensive players are going to miss practice all week due to this contact tracing. It's probably isn't the offense that you wanna face short handed in in pissed off and not having practiced to four. I would think. I also believe we'll probably see a little more play action for mandatory. You know patty mahomes in the chiefs past game will probably fair little bit. Better here with play action. Especially if if the pressure starts to barrel down. I would also think that it's worth mentioning that three chiefs offensive lineman or on the cova the list it's believed to be contact tracing but we'll have to see this certainly make this game a little bit different. If if all three of those offensive lineman are out. You also expect sammy. Watkins to return in this game us a full practice participant on wednesday so he should be a full ghost that they're gonna have their their complement of weapons out there. The number in this thing is is really interesting. But i think that this tougher makes a lot of sense. I i just don't see. Kansas city's offense not bouncing back here in a major way talk. i mean. They're playing with a chip on their shoulder. Which is always dangerous to begin with. We've seen their passing offense. That was more a work in progress. Probably the nicest way to put it early on in the season and no doubt that was by design. Get on track with mahomes during for more than eight hundred yards the last two games when you look at the way. Mahomes performed against the raiders. Fifteen total touchdowns just two interceptions one of them of course coming earlier this year the chiefs loss as a double digit home favor and i think it's pretty staggering to know what costs kansas city. That game is the fact that hey look. They finished a net negative minus sixty four in terms of rushing yards. The raiders held the ball for nearly eleven minutes longer and kansas city knows that they can hit the home runs. That are widely available. If they keep mahomes operate i think. The raiders passing defenses. You mention it may trending in the right direction. There's no doubt a lot of optimism out here around the raiders especially on the defensive side of the ball. This is a different beast that they're going to try and counter and with sammy watkins back amongst others. I just don't know where the raiders consistently find a way to get off the field. I agree with that. And i get it. You have to young corners in trayvon mullin in our net and people are thinking to themselves like. Hey we're trending in the right direction. We're starting to get some pressure. Would you look you play at the browns. The total is suppressed because of weather and wind. You're at the chargers. It's likely a a lost game. If two guys can hold onto football on the back corner fate and then the broncos last week and drew lock was clearly injured after taking a hit in the second quarter but you could have been trailing at halftime in that game so listen. I think the raiders are better than we all expected. You look at who they've lost to. It's it's the bills box and patriots. All pretty good teams obviously bucks in bills being very good patriots. You know with bill tough spot. There is well off the monday night game traveling across the country. So i get the by of the raiders. I just need to see more defensively to believe it's real and so that that's kind of where i'm out on that unit. I fully expect kansas city to do some good things here. Offensively
The American Jewish Community and the 2020 US Election
"Soifer previously served as national security adviser for Senator Comma Harris now, the Democratic nominee for vice president and Joe Biden's running mate. She joins us now to talk about the role. Jewish. Voters play and how she believes. Democrats addressed. Jewish. Priorities please keep in mind. AJC. Is a five. Oh One C. Three not profit organization AJC neither supports nor opposes candidates for elective office and with that disclaimer Haley welcome thank you so much for having me. So let's start with the basics and Kinda, the horse race aspect of this how much of the American voting population identifies as Jewish? So the Jewish community in terms of the American population is about two percent, but we're actually about three percent of the electorate and we'd play an outsized role in. NHS for three reasons, we voted higher rates. On average Jewish Americans vote at a higher rate than. By about fifteen percents we also where we live correlates with wear our votes tend to matter even more we tend to live in swing states and a third reason which I'm sure we'll get into is that we overwhelmingly support Democrats in our view as Jewish Democrat organization that is especially or in terms of the outsize impact we have. So Haley Bernie Sanders in his speech on Monday addressed the many Democrats who really wanted him to be the nominee and many of them were Jewish are Jewish many of them have us on Israel, that don't jibe with the very pro Israel aspects of the party, platform. It really sounded like Bernie was calling on Democrats to unify despite their differences and I'm curious how the Party and its leadership have prevented Israel from becoming a wedge issue. Joe Biden has done an exceptional job in unifying the party around these critically important issues, including Israel and the platform that's been adopted at this convention exemplifies what is overwhelming democratic support for the US Israel relationship. Ebeidi s support a full funding for military. And Support of the STOORIKHEL alliance, it's the view of the majority of members of Congress that is the democratic mainstream media. So you emphasize what a majority of Democrats you certainly we've had concerns over the years about Ilan Omar had to leave. Is that kind of who you're thinking about when you say a majority of Democrats feel this way I should have said an over overwhelming majority you mentioned. Two. Members, of Congress, we currently between the House and the Senate head of over two hundred and seventy. So between those two members of Congress who we agree do not share our views on Israel and we've spoken out against them going back to before they were even elected. But between the two of them to over two seventy, we're talking about less than one percent of the Democratic members of Congress. They are very outspoken though they have expressed views with which we disagree and we've made that clear and that's why we're not supporting their re election and we don't share their views but luckily, their views are not shared by our party either look at the platform I mean the platform is the views of our candidate and the views of our Party and the platform could not be more clear in. Its support of Israel, what I the states to watch in this upcoming election and in which of those states could the Jewish vote really make a difference. When we look in elections, we always look at the last election as a baseline and we know that had Donald Trump not one Florida and either Michigan or Pennsylvania. He would not be president today and in those three states Florida Michigan and Pennsylvania. The Jewish vote alone could made up those margins. So when we looked to twenty twenty in this election, we are looking at the Jewish vote in those critically important states, my home state of Michigan Donald. Trump won by just ten, thousand, seven, hundred, and four votes. That margin could be overcome by the Jewish student population of Michigan in Michigan state a low. We are looking at the Jewish vote in those three critically important states but also states like Arizona and Colorado and Georgia, which in addition to being presidential swing states are going to be critically important in terms of the control of the Senate. Are you saying that the Jews in those swing states voted Republican or didn't vote at all did shoes in those swing states voted we know that Jewish voters do turn out and in twenty sixteen, it was no different than in previous elections choose turned out. But. We also know bat they turned out in support of Hillary. Clinton at about seventy two percents. If you look at the two thousand eighteen midterms Jewish voters supported Democrats at seventy nine percents. So we saw an increase, we believe that in twenty twenty, those numbers can continue to go up in terms of Jewish support for Democrats. So now we'll talk with your Republican counterpart on next week's episode. But from your vantage point, you said that most Jews identify with the Democratic Party why is that? So, choose have historically for decades defied overwhelmingly with the Democrats, the values that Jews hold dear tend to be those aligned with the policies supported by Democrats. So when it comes to domestic policies such as access to affordable healthcare and education ED and gun safety and ensuring that we are country welcoming the stranger and not enacting cruel and discriminatory policies toward immigrants and refugees. These are all key issues driving the Jewish vote. On those issues and more, that's where Jewish voters align with Democrats when it comes to foreign policy is well, we know that support of Israel is an issue that is important of course to Jewish voters and Mrs. Issue Where Democrats to our squarely aligned with the priority of Jewish voters, which is the support of the strong US Israel relationship, and in this election, we have a new issue. So all of those things have been constance. New issue in this election that is impacting the Jewish, vote in Support of Democrats and that is our rising insecurity as a community. We have seen an unprecedented rise in anti-semitic attacks targeting our community including the horrific attacks in Pittsburgh and Powei we know that seventy three percent of Jews feel less secure than they did years ago and over half of US blame. Donald Trump for that and that's because we've seen him embolden anti-semites white nationalist just last night he tweeted out support for an extremist group Hugh a non that has peddled conspiracy theories still on these issues especially when it comes to the security of our community. There's a clear choice in this election and Jewish especially do not believe that Donald Trump has the best interest of our community in mind he has Jewish family members. He's certainly been friendly to Israel is strengthened that relationship. So how does that square? There's no question. He has Jewish family members. He's also married and he's done said many misogynistic things. So that alone does not qualify him as what I would consider to be someone who's been particularly good for the Jewish community I look at the numbers and I look at the unprecedented rise in white nationalist propaganda or anti Semitic attack and the words that. Come out of his mouth better clear signs to anti-semites to racist to bigots that he is their ally whether it is identifying anti-semites white nationalist marching Charlottesville as very fine people or calling the extremists that marched in Michigan with swastikas very good people that was earlier this year or hiring someone recently, Sebastian Gorka who is affiliated with the Nazi party in Hungary? When it comes to Israel. Donald Trump. Has Been Long on symbolism and short on substance. Yes. He moved the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, and we recognize that Jerusalem is, of course, the capital of Israel. But the substance matters and when you look at the record of Joe Biden who with President Obama finalized unprecedented historic thirty eight. DOLLAR AGREEMENT WITH ISRAEL PROVIDING FOR AID for the next ten years, and you look at the security issues that Israel faces. Actually Donald. Trump has not been that great for Israel.
Can Your Brand Afford NOT To Have A Social Point Of View
"Whether it's a movement like black lives matter all the metoo movement or Lgbtq issues or the good old stole war environment and sustainability. There's no shortage of social and political issues dominating both the mainstream media and the social media streams these days the question is as a brandon as a business. What are you GonNa, do you GonNa make a statement on it? You're going to state your position on these issues or I just kind of keep quiet. Well the study by Nielsen's a couple of years ago suggested that seventy three percent of millennials want to work for companies that have a strong social point of view. But more interesting than that I think is that eighty two percent of millennials expected the brands to make public statements and commitments to those social and political point of views. So if you have a customer base market base, which is millennial, which let's face it. Most of us do they expect you to not only have a point of view but to make public statements and commitments to it so you actually can't just keep quiet anymore. And I'm not sure what the right answer is to be perfectly honest. I. Think the same rules apply to personal brands as well, and you would think it's easier for personal brand to actually make those statements because it is you but still I think a lot of personal brands. Now particularly, as they influences, they want to also sort of sometimes sit on the fence. My personal opinion is I don't think you necessarily need to he my opinion on these issues. In a general sense, I support all forms of equality. But do you need my specific statement on black lives matter or is a general statement about me just supporting equality of everything? Is that enough. I think it's a little bit different maybe if your personal brand to a product or brand but not a lot. Can a public brand can a public product brand? Just, say that we support all forms of equality have to come out and say we support the metoo movement or we support black lives matter. I'm not sure what the issues I. I honestly don't know but I think what I do know is that if you're relying on a millennial market or a millennial customer base, then you need to think very seriously about not only having a social point of view that's clearly stated bought being prepared to make public statements about it and commitments to it.
Members Of The Class Of 2020 Face A Brutal Job Market
"Just. A few months ago college seniors could reasonably expect to graduate into one of the best job markets in history. Now, because of the pandemic, they've graduated into one of the worst generations when members of the class of twenty twenty half landed jobs, the experience is odd NPR's Berlin reports. Twenty twenty was shaping up to be a great year for Golden. DACA, he be the first member of his family to graduate from college not only that he was the Valedictorian of his school. Morehouse College. ATLANTA. But in March, campus emptied and classes went online and then the moment he'd been waiting for commencement it was postponed I wanted to give that huge speech onstage with my family friends and loved ones who made it very possible for me to go to it came to an abrupt end been expecting rites of passage and celebration. Instead he landed in the pandemic, it's been a really difficult transition you know and it's been one that's a mocking allies with. A lot of uncertainty. A lot of self doubt. Worst of all, his grandmother who was supposed to come see him graduate passed away in their native. Zambia. Despite everything, there has been a bright spot dako landed a paid fellowship with the governor of Illinois after four rounds of remote interviews. So I'm more on the fortunate side and a lot of my classmates in other individuals across the nation are is a very challenging time to be a new college graduate through pollock is a Labor economist with the job sites Ziprecruiter. So compared with fee labor market in February before covert hit, we have seen job postings for the entry level positions most popular among new college graduates fall by seventy three percent. But even though postings have plummeted, people are still landing jobs. So even in a crisis, there are companies hiring eighteen million jobs have been posted. On ziprecruiter since covert struck, what has changed dramatically is how those new workers get hired interviews or evolving from those zoom skype calls and now to virtual video platforms where you record yourself answering the questions and then send that video in yourself. So you have no interaction with a person that all the lack of face to face human interaction that's been one constant for Danielle Kaplan she graduated this spring from the University of Iowa, and moved in with her mom it's been fine. But with a lot of activity around the house, it was tricky for her to find a quiet place for job interviews. So I, feel like my interviewer singing a different background, every single time with them. You know this is a very difficult, but as it turned out, backgrounds didn't matter. So I will be heading to Kansas City to work at a startup in. So I'm really excited about it. Kaplan's excitement is accompanied by trepidation because so much of the last few months felt unreal even disembodied. This is a huge major life transition that I'm about to undergo and it doesn't feel that way. I've been virtually meeting people. Virtually getting an apartment. So nothing feels like tangible to me all that is about to change this weekend. Kaplan will load up a rental truck and moved to a new hometown. Kansas. City. There won't be anything virtual about it. Berliner NPR news.
How Churches Are Reopening During Coronavirus
"More than seventy percent of church. I'm getting these stories from a thing called Christian headlines More than seventy percent of churches are meeting again and most practice social distancing. Most Protestant churches in the United States have returned to in person. Services. And most are also practicing social distancing by closing off certain seats to battle the coronavirus pandemic. According to a new life way research survey. More than seventy percent of Protestant churches met in person in July, a stark contrast to April when only ten percent met. The survey. Of. Protestant pastors shows seventy one percent of churches met July nineteenth seventy three percent. Met July Twelfth and seventy percent, July fifth. Meanwhile, churches are taking extra precautions to stop the spread of the virus for example, ninety four percent or providing hand, sanitizer, masks, or gloves to those needing it. Eighty six percent or conducting additional cleaning surfaces. Seventy six percent or closing seats to increase distance between people and to practice. Social distancing. Fifty nine percent recommend mast. Masks. About a third or requiring them. Although, most churches did not meet in May. A majority fifty five percent said they met the first weekend in June. Still, Twenty one percent of pastor say they have not met. Since the pandemic started. One, fifth of churches have offered drive in services during the pandemic, according to the study, resuming imperfect worship services has not been reverting to worship as usual. Says Scott McConnell Executive Director at lifeway research churches are making efforts to make the environment safe. But these efforts are often second gas by those who either want more precautions or less restrictions. Although most churches are meeting in person again only twenty nine percent or holding in Person Bible Studies. Only thirteen percent are holding children's activities. Maintaining social distance and necessary sanitation is very difficult with younger ages. To complicate things further saw the volunteers who normally work with kids and students are in high risk groups who are not ready to return anytime soon. That's pretty interesting.
"The scope of the societal impacts, being both inflicted and uncovered by the Covid, nineteen pandemic, truly without precedence. At the end of June, thirty three million Americans, are receiving unemployment benefits nearly five times the peak during the great recession in parallel, the magnitude of racial injustices, being perpetrated across country is now in such cliff focus that the fight to eradicate racism has entered a new and powerful chapter. With every disaster, whether it's an economic collapse or damage inflicted by a wildfire hurricane would given a choice rebuild in the same pattern as before or reimagined a different future. The choice to rebuild is often fueled by a sense of nostalgia, a desire to reclaim what was lost as we think about our collective tomorrow. There's a lot of the past we need to leave behind. If a peaceful compassionate, equitable and sustainable future is our goal, then we must undergo a careful assessment to ensure that our path forward doesn't rebuild the systems of violence, inequality, racism, and pollution that a corroding our society from the inside out. Refashioning a new future is full of promise, but we often don't take the bold steps necessary because of a fear of uncertainty, that's where big thinkers can help us by navigating a path for they illuminate each of the steps of the journey giving us the confidence needed to climb the highest peak this week. We talked to Dr Manuel, Pesto. One those bold big thinkers Manuel is the University of Southern California's distinguished professor of sociology American Studies in ethnicity. He's the director of US's program for environmental, regional equity and the director of the Center for the Study of Immigration Integration. I've had the privilege of working with Dr on environmental justice issues for the past decade, and he is no ordinary academic. He worked directly with communities to gain their wisdom and advocates directly with policy makers to get them to move towards community goals. Doctor Pastor is the author of state of Resistance. What California's dizzying descent and remarkable resurgence means for America's future, and with Chris. Bene- the. This could be something big. How social movements regional equity a reshaping Metropolitan America and just growth inclusion and prosperity in America's Metropolitan Regions? Doug Pass is working with both Los Angeles and the State of California to develop policies to help move towards a more just equitable and sustainable post Kovic Future. Dr Pesto has been tracking the impact of the pandemic on African American and Latino Communities in California and nationally I stopped by asking about the data. That's just been released on this topic by the Centers for Disease Control. Well the incredible statistic, coming out today, was that for Latinos between the ages of forty and fifty nine, the rate of contracting cases of Covid as five times that for whites in the same age group. We're certainly seeing as in California's well where Latinos make up forty three percent of the population, eighteen to forty nine kind of prime work in age, but seventy three percents, deaths, and the reasons for this are pretty clear, you know Cova is the disease that reveals are fundamental. Illness has a society, the precarity of employment and the lack of assets that made a lot of people kind of rush back to work, says the only way to kick it income difficulties with legal status, which has been in particular. Her emigrated Latinos that they are worried about where their next dollars coming from. They're not getting a federal relief in terms of unemployment insurance to not getting the federal relief check and in fact. Fact if you're in a family where two people filed a tax return, one person with a social security number, and the other was what's called an individual taxpayer identification number I tim, which is our undocumented people filed tax returns. That family unit is excluded from the twelve hundred dollars per person checks, and so are their children who are not getting the five hundred dollar relief checks. So this is a population that's been particularly desperate to go to work now serve big disparities as well for African Americans, but I've been predicting that this is something that would ripped its way particularly to the immigrant Latino community, and that's what data released today from the CDC seems to be showing
FCCs Ajit Pai is tackling suicide prevention with a 988 hotline
"Me. Senior reporter and regulatory expert Maggie Ridden. Thanks, thank you for joining me. Thanks for having me so tell me about the SEC's nine eight eight initiative, so the FCC is GonNa Vote next month on. Some rules to establish nine eight eight as the number that you call if you wanNA reach the suicide, prevention, hotline, or lifeline, and right now it's a fool. One eight hundred number. The thinking is that if it's a shorter nine eight eight number that will be something that sticks in people's minds, and they'll know to call that, and it will be easier to reach, and you actually had a chance to talk to SEC. Chairman Ajit Pie about this I mean what is what is he hoping to accomplish here in like the House he personally invested in this 'cause well, he is very passionate about this issue and says. You know that this is very personal for him that. He feels you know a connection to this issue and. As I think most of the commissioners do. They, all are in support of this, and he really hopes that by using nine eight eight. It will again really stick in people's minds. It's obviously a professional obligation of the se for me, but it's also a personal 'cause for me. I think a suicide, prevention and mental health affected so many people in our daily lives, and especially when it comes to suicide alone so I mentioned, the rate is now coaching levels. We haven't seen since world. War. Two and bumble oscillations are especially hard hit A. we've seen for example veterans that some twenty veterans every day die by suicide. LGBTQ, you are also at Gress they. They contemplate suicide a much higher rates some one point. Eight million LGBTQ used think about suicide every year for African American. Teens report recently came out showing that self reported suicide attempts among black heeds increased by seventy three percent between nineteen, ninety-one and twenty seventeen, and a lot of these statistics come afford current pandemic, when of course so staying at home in other types of protocols, if greed sense of isolation for those who may be struggling, and so to me at least the ability to connect those who need help more easily. Those who can provide it is absolutely critical issues, not stranger to me and. while. It's difficult to talk about what I will say that I think about it every day. Antibiotics affected those who had loved the end. I don't want anyone to have to go through that and Yeah, and so he hopes that nine eight eight becomes a a similar thing for people who are in a mental health crisis that right like everybody teaches their kids and we learned his kids that. When you're in an emergency, you cow nine one one. People know that it's just second nature. You know. They don't really have to think about it much that they can just pick up the phone if they need help and reach out to get that help and. How how big of a problem is suicide in America, it's it's a growing problem and it in a serious one The the Centers for Disease Control have done a study that said they've looked at data and suicide rates have been on the rise for the last two decades so it's a real problem. There are a lot of people in our country. Country who are experiencing a lot of troubles and you know in the FCC wants to do something about it. Right imagined the coronavirus and our lockdown situation has just made things worse. l., absolutely, in fact, you know the dispatchers. The counselors who feel these calls are seeing spikes in calls to them since the pandemic and I think it it really. It speaks to the fact that people are isolated. They're at home. people are losing their jobs. We have a lot of civil unrest and the black lives matter stuff the happening and we're seeing all these images on our. TV's and I think it's really taking a toll on. People yeah I know that I regularly sit downs on Saturday mornings or on the weekends and run through my facebook. Feed my news. Feed ends. It's pretty depressing so that the news that's out there right so I get it and I can see why that would be a bigger problem in current environment. I'm curious if there are any folks who are opposed to this as odd as that sounds, I mean I know. The FCC is typically divided by party lines right? Usually Democrats vote one way Republicans voted. Another neutrality is a great example of this kind of. Divided issue is there is everyone basically on board for this or are there folks who have? Concerns or issues with this proposal you know everybody is on board with this initiative and you know I think that really speaks to. The fact that this is an issue that that crosses party lines right whether you're a republican or Democrat I think everybody. Knows people in their lives who have struggled or they may be struggling themselves in so I think this is. This is really an issue that that touches everyone, but what is the next step of this? Because I know right now? It's a proposal but hauer. When does ninety eight become a reality? So the FCC? They've been working on this issue for you know for several months now, and so now they're at the point in their process where they're coming up with some final rules, and they'll be voting on this at the July, sixteenth meeting and. Now, it won't go into effect on July. Sixteenth Twenty, twenty. this is you know they're voting on the rules and establishing what needs to happen and they're giving the carriers two years to to comply with this and Chairman Pie said he realizes that's not soon enough really for for many people, but he wanted to make sure that the number was ready across the country, and that everything was in place so that there was no confusion that you know when it's ready, it's ready. It's GonNa. Launch everywhere.
Americans are Uncomfortable With Going Back to Church
"Survey. Oh. Good survey from taken by the American Enterprise, institute, has shown that sixty four percent of American churchgoers. Were somewhat uncomfortable or very uncomfortable with attending in person worship. Sixty four percent sixty four percent, in fact, what they found was basically only one group is Gung Ho on going back to Church and that's why evangelical 's. Right no surprise there if you know the news. Yeah if you add up there somewhat comfortable, and they're very comfortable's. It's. Sixty one percent of them are all about. Thirty. Four percent of them are very comfortable with going back to. Yeah because they because not only do they get to engage in the worship that is so important to them, but also they get to pony lives. Show us. What idiots we are. Yeah, Yeah so apparently. Even those who reported that their congregations offer actually offered. Worship last week, Fifty, six percent of respondents said they chose not to go. Yeah, and you know. I mean obviously like one of the hotspots repeatedly everywhere this Cova. Is seems like Church's just keep popping up like that was one of the first stories coming out of South Korea right was there was a church like a crazy colty church, but nonetheless. I think that's. Probably. But that was one of the hot spots, and that that was one of the big spreaders of Covid, nineteen and obviously we're seeing that in the United States. We're we're. We're just seeing it right like this is operatives These are the kinds of places that people who care about their health and their communities health. Should, be staying away from and a lot of Christians actually do agree with that depending on their denomination if you look at Black Protestants. And add their numbers up. Sixty eight percent are. Either somewhat uncomfortable or very uncomfortable. Well. Yeah, because it's because this thing is killing them in disproportionate numbers so. I can see why. Hispanic Catholics seventy three percent are are on the uncomfortable side. Really Yeah, yeah, that's that's. That's a number that means something. Yeah, and you're white mainline Protestants. It's sixty at three percent well. Yeah, I mean I'm you know talking to my mom hi mom, if you're listening. The other day, and she was saying that you know she. Attends, a free often attend an Anglican a Canadian Anglican Church She goes there mostly for the for the. For the free coffee I think anyway And music, doesn't she really liked the? It's the Camaraderie and the people. She loves the people there and I don't blame her for that tall any who? She said that they're not going to be going until like late in the fall at the earliest. Really. Yeah fantastic. That's not even an option, so I I mean they're. They're doing it right up there i. don't know about what what the Anglicans are doing down here, but. Well Lake. PISCOPO, here, so yeah. Definitely not Anglican. We broke off from that country. Diane exactly. Anyway. Yeah I just think it's kind of interesting. To contemplate re where people's this raises an interesting thing right like it does ask people where their priorities are right and this is something that is really supposedly really important to them going church right right and their belief in God and one of the things that they're God requires them to be active participants in their religious community. I would assume that's why they go right right and because why, like honestly, I mean God bless your mother and everything I guess friends. Get you there right like I can. But. Those people I think are trying to earn points in heaven. Right sure. And, so anyway, where was my? My point was my point. That's that's the new memoir. That's the title of your memoir now. I. Don't lose it that often. So my point is that. You know when you look at. Where these where people are putting their priorities, right? They're having to do this balancing act between their health. And God right and they're and they're and him parole needs for most people they're proving. They're proving that they are actually rational actors. They're choosing their health their choosing the tangible. They're choosing what is right in front of them over what? I mean the Evangelical. Christians there, the Rangers in this in this game right there. The good ones because they're not letting some dumb disease getting the way. They're God demand of them, and they're going in there doing yeah, and if they died they, they go to heaven and God's. Right and I heard that I've heard that quote. In meet. Why haven't I in articles I've Read I've seen that quote where people are just like like. Yeah, you know like if I get. It gets God's will. God's will be done. You know and it's like. Oh. Yeah, it's pretty. It's pretty
Dollar General Corporation Reports First Quarter 2020
"It's Thursday may twenty eighth welcome the Markets Lori. I'm Chris L. Joining me from Florida. The one and only Dan Klein good to see my friend. Hey there Chris. It is a rainy week here in Florida. It is a rainy day here in the Alex so so I feel for at least for today. Only we've got some retail news. We've got some employment news. We've got entertainment news but we're going to start with dollar general. First quarter. Profit and revenue came in higher than expected for Dollar General. Same store sales. Were up nearly twenty two percent that is not a Typo that is not me misspeaking. Same store sales for dollar general up nearly twenty two percent just a monster quarter yeah. These numbers are incredible. And there's a reason for dollar. General is a business that serves people that are under served. They're generally neighborhood stores so a lot of their customer base can walk to them or it's a very short drive so at a time or under stay at home order shelter in place. Whatever you WANNA call it. This is the only option for some people who are otherwise taking the bus to go to a grocery store so you could have predicted this beforehand. This is a company that sells everything. Groceries toilet paper. You know your iphone charger breaks. They'll have an iphone charger cleaning supplies. I'm sure they adjusted merchandise. They're probably selling a lot less pool noodles right now But that type of stuff so these are stores that had a really strong supply chain. They're clustered tightly together. They can often be a mile apart. That's how narrow the area they they serve and they are. Fips up seventy three percent and there's no reason to believe this won't continue as long as we're in this current situation. You know it's an interesting thing to think about because Gerry Philbin. Is the CEO of dollar tree. Dollar Tree is the parent company of both dollar tree and family dollar an interview he gave on. Cnbc this morning and that was one of the questions that was put to him was essentially okay a year from now. What kind of comps expecting from you? Because dollar tree also came OUT WITH THEIR FIRST QUARTER REPORT. Not exactly the same type of cops to that. They were putting up but family dollar stores. I think the same store sales growth was about fifteen and a half percent. So I think it's going to be a really interesting thing to watch with. Both of these businesses is. Can they keep this going? Because one of the things Philbin said was look in in the wake of the great recession. There were a lot of customers who were just sort of trying out for the first time and we kept a lot of them so I think it'll be interesting to see the other thing. He said that I feel like I took this as an encouraging sign for all. Us consumers so whether you own dollar tree or dollar general one of the things Philbin talked about was the supply chain. And how in April household essentials were selling out in two hours? And that's getting better. That's better now. He didn't say they were sort of at full capacity sort of normal capacity but he did say he thinks they will get there and several weeks and I just thought well you know. That's that's I don't know it's it's encouraging news to think that whether it's dollar general dollar tree family dollar target Walmart whatever. Your Neighborhood Grocery story is if they can start getting back up to capacity for just those basic household essentials. We're all going to breathe a little easier. Yeah Chris I'll speak a little been anecdotally for first thing that's also important to point out. That dollar general is not a dollar store. They are a low price retailer so that gives them a lot of optionality by not having a sort of artificial price cap limit. I will say that I've been Awad. Recently that is a privately held chain of gas stations and convenience stores and they've had toilet paper and paper towels and doesn't seem to be a major run on the my wife has been in target and Publix and while she couldn't get the brand she wanted we were able to get that we've been able to order hand sanitizer on Amazon. It's hand sanitizer of brand. I've never heard of that. I hope is made of what they say. It's made of but that said it smells like ten sanitizer so I think the supply chain is largely returning to normal. The other thing we all heard about was Oh my God. We're going to run out of meat. There's a huge shortage of meat. And I can say that you don't have every cut of meat.
Just over half of Philadelphia students participating in school online, early data says - WHYY
"The Philadelphia school district says just over half of its students are logging in to online classes since teachers talk started taking attendance last week a one of these Mike DiNardo reports fifty seven percent of students have logged into online classes according to preliminary figures presented to the school board forty eight percent of elementary school students and seventy three percent of middle and high school students have been present for class but the district chief of staff Naomi Wyatt told the board the numbers don't fully represent who's present for class because there are other ways to take attendance including by text phone call sending pictures of work we're entering the Google classroom the district has loaned out eighty four thousand Chromebooks to about two thirds of its student body as for
Quibi says 'Quit it' - and tells a fan podcaster to stop
"The latest from our newsletter pod News Dot net is a noun or verb query is definitely a noun. I honestly don't know what a noun or is maybe. We'll never find out because a show by fans of quite a mobile video platform has been told to cease and desist hosts of the podcast. Say That quivers lawyers got in contact insisting you can't use the name Qube. You can't tell anyone that you're about qube. You can talk about Quebec but no one can know through your title and you can't have any artwork that resembles our stuff. The show which is about Qube has a new name. Off Streamers search engine optimization has never been more important for podcasting a PODCAST SEO PRODUCT. Poddar has been launched. Today it allows you to ensure you're choosing the right names and keywords feel podcast promises your search rank keywords you want and allows you to check your competitors. Appearance to pricing is from seven dollars a month after a fourteen day trial. Palooza life has announced. Its lineup for this weekend including Kara Swisher Corey doctor. Oh and Scott Galloway. It's a covert nineteen relief fundraiser. Forgive directly tickets as much or as little as you'd like Paul Tracks says the daily has seen a yearly increase in. Us audience of seventy three percent monthly audiences increased by seven percent in the month of March. It's part of their paid for category report Patriot. A crowd funding service used by podcasters and used by US has laid off thirty employees which is thirteen. Percent OF THEIR WORKFORCE ONLY LAST MONTH. The company was claiming record growth for the platform. We by the way our pod mused on net slash Patriot and Edison research and NPR releasing. This smart audio reports which looks at the usage of smart speakers a little earlier this year and a free Webinar. On April the thirtieth changing times mean changing consumption. Vox Nest of released an update on Cova. Nineteen podcast listening across their network. The main claim is global. Podcast lessons are out by forty two percent for comparison to listening in the first week of January a time when many people especially in your holiday the graphs appears to show that all territories of increased though since the end of March and that categories around people's hobbies and passions are doing well. The company does note that as a whole. Us podcast listens had down by over twenty percent however Pacific Content Steve. Pratt highlights different ways. Their podcast production company is thinking. The pandemic has changed marketing. Effective speed to market and highlighted the benefit of topicality and head come has seen a ten percent decrease according to deadline the piece also includes ill-will Fu claim a small decline as well and Paul Cost News. Keeping up with corona is a new podcast on airlines. Iheart podcast network Australia. It's all about how to navigate life and keep the kids sane while dealing with isolation might be interested to know podcasts. Evergreen content is being augmented with the latest information using dynamic content insertion clever radio survival. Podcast has an interview with me. If you're interested in radio across the world and this one might be few if you're off it probably isn't and Iheartradio is getting into audio fiction in the states with the release this week of lighthouse ten part scripted horror thriller
73% of Americans Think President Trump Should Wear Protective Mask
"Seventy three percent of people say president trump should wear a mask that's hilarious he should have make America great again masks I can't see him wearing the mask but he had one on yesterday when he walked out for the president to start it I didn't see that yeah he took it off but he had one on when he came out he said I don't think I had one on that's pretty cool yeah
How AI Will Impact the Future of Digital Marketing | Ep.
"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm meal and today we're going to talk about how I or artificial intelligence will impact the future of digital marketing. So let's preface this a little bit. A obviously is artificial intelligence. A lot of people are talking about machine learning. If you look at the biggest companies in the world right now you look at the googles the Amazons of the world the facebooks of the world all these companies. They're putting a ton of money into artificial intelligence because it is basically the future I think it is the final frontier of one of the most important. If not the most important invention humankind comes up with a WHO knows what's going to happen afterwards. You look at. We talked about Softbank Their Vision Fund. Masa son the founder of it. His whole thesis was to invest in companies that are centered around a now. I don't know if we work sitting around. Ai He claims it is but that remains to be seen right so if all these big companies all these smart people even the apples of the world are putting money into the question is. How's it going to impact the future of digital marketing? So Neil do you WANNA kick it off. Yes so I think about the world now. You're no longer Brosnan Internet and buying just off of your desktop computer laptop there's ipads now there's tablets there's mobile devices. There's voiced devices. Heck even rages are now starting to have smart technology built in same with Evans and stoves and all these types of things like toasters. You're gonNA start seeing integrated more and more right. Your car's already you're starting to have It's GonNa continue increasing over and over after time. And that's why Eric and I are really big in the Omni channel approach. But what you're gonNA start seeing when it comes to is. Your Fridge will do things I tell you that you're almost out of milk. And you get one brand but if you decide to switch other brand they'll send you a free sample arrive to your house in less than an hour through Amazon. And from there you'll be a happy camper new company would have got you as a customer in the leaving stats on data. Like seventy three percent of the people who switch enjoy drinking this brand and on top of that it is eighty three percent cheaper. You get what I mean like doing things like that. That's where you're going to start seeing artificial intelligence kick in. It's going to be all big data. How can computer it and give you recommendations based on what they know that you would like to simplify. I think some people tend to get scared when it's like artificial intelligence such a big word but at the end of the what's happening is you have computers basically looking at large data sets and they're analyzing it and they're they're giving you insights from it or maybe they're acting on insight sometimes so as an example. Ai Now where it can scan your body and and really detect you know if you might potentially have your risk for cancer and you know what kind in the future and there's also. This really reason actually new antibiotic that was developed from a and they were just looking over a hundred million data points right and they're just like at that point if it's so many data points human beings not really going to be able to get through that so you want to rely on a machine and the easiest way to look at. This is if you look at. This is a very simple way. You look a calculator you as a human being. Maybe you can do. Math decently well but a calculator forced to kind of do like a repetitive task. You know it's going to do it better than you. So that's basically what it is right. We've been seeing a lot of things get improved over time. That don't need that. Frankly use machines and they're better than human being so. How does this apply to digital marketing? What you WANNA look at ads. Smart bidding where a lot of people right in. There's a lot of paid media managers there. They're managing the bid on their own and in some cases are getting assistance from Google or facebook's kind of a and are saying hey maybe should be doing this. And then you know maybe you should be decreasing your bid cost here. You're losing too much money here. So there's a lot of insights that are going on what's going to happen in the future. I believe is that kind of authorization. Work is going to go for the machines and then the humans are going to be left to basically come up with more creative ideas and you know they don't have to do kind of the manual work around that the other thing you'll start seeing who is air will start leveraging database on what you like as well as your friends like to end up coming up with ideas on what you should see products and services because there's so much data that now. These companies have based off of Frederick described facebook. At how much data they know about you based on your friends so these are all things that you're going to start seeing integrated with marketing and a in the future. The real question is one. Is this all GonNa end up happening? I think Neil and we look at both of our. We have multiple products on the on the click flow side. At least you know. We're going to be leveraging. A lot of the data says that we haven't been able to tell people. Hey you should be writing this type of content should be adding these hypoc words. You don't want to do it for you. You should be reading this title tag dispatch description so I think a lot of marketing is going to be done for you by machines in the future because a lot of the people I mean they just need you know. They're they're short on resources that they need things done for you and I think you know you look at Ai. Leveraging data sets and saying hey. You should be doing this and we'll just do it for you. I think that's where you build leverage for the long term and that's why I think you know again. It sounds scary but AI. There's a lot of out of the box solutions. It doesn't mean it's not hard to do but it makes it a lot easier to execute on kind of what your vision might be so I recommend looking at Google's tensor flow and there's other solutions out there.
Anchor adds remote-recording features to its app
"The latest from user at news dot net nine to five. Google is claiming that Google is to release a google. Podcasts APP for iphone. It's based on a piece in in gadgets. Which has been removed? Ninety five Google notes because of a quote broken imbargo how the things. According to the pace of the redesign for the android that will be fully rolled out by the end of this week. And there's a redesigned for the web version quotes soon. Well now. We have the full release from Google but we always respect embargo so we're reporting solely on public information from the ninety five. Google piece here since others are too but once we can. We'll give you the official information from Google has that Anka's Iowa and ANDROID APP is being updated with new remote recording features dumped record with friends to point to make it easier to record guests or multi hosted podcasts. If you're stuck at home because of a stupid virus Kyri has launched podcast landing pages for podcasts. They offer discussions direct messages to podcast hosts and away of joining a mailing list designed to foster community of listeners. Diese has redesigned. Its podcast experience. We linked to that today. Mcgowan has looked at which podcast advertises a spending more and less because of the stupid virus. Travel Advertising is down seventy three percent which shouldn't surprise anyone. Meanwhile Triton digital says that news and Talk Radio Show of streaming has grown by fourteen percent the global player run by the. Uk's largest radio broadcaster has added a set of third party podcasts for children and stressed out parents the UK has temporarily suspended school for all except essential workers because of the stupid virus. Radio as Europe's podcast day has been postponed. Its now on October. The twenty six. I'm speaking the New York. Times has purchased autumn service that transforms long form articles. Audio terms of the deal were not disclosed the independent Podcast Virtual Conference Two Thousand Twenty has published its program it's on March twenty eighth to twenty-ninth an IRA glass is seemingly recorded this week's this American life in his closet having taken the time to get dressed in a suit but having forgotten to wear shoes or socks you okay Hon. And Cost News and his Cooper's vintage volt is a new podcast from the shock. Rocker Cooper's been doing a radio show and it's coupon nights of the past sixteen years. This is a compilation of great interviews from that show. Fast fiction is a short story fiction. Podcast recorded in Brisbane in Australia. We would recommend the latest episode white noise to you and survivors guide to Corona virus as a brand new podcast from Australian comedian. Nazeem Hossein asking fellow Comedians and personalities. How to survive this stupid virus and there's plenty more and all the links in our newsletter subscribe that called News Dot Net.
Rate of new coronavirus cases drops
"Seventy three percent of all U. S. coronavirus deaths have so far happened that that one Washington state nursing home that's twenty six people as of today in the entire US from corona virus nineteen of the twenty six all took place in a nursing home it appears that unlike H. one N. one which they waited six months a thousand that Americans later in twenty thousand contracting H. one N. one before a full blown emergency declared by Obama and one of his secretaries I believe the health secretary did say it was an emergency to get funding but not a full blown emergency they never had a travel ban and they never had any warranty I'm so it is you know now a political weapon for people now should you be concerned yeah of schools in a close in some places yep are are people gonna telework yep all that's gonna happen and I got top Obama officials now the former acting Solicitor General under Obama tweeting out the president should be removed from office under the twenty Fifth Amendment over this I mean you hear these TV prefer like getting excited as they go on and on about this and I'm just watching them and it's like all well those are the same people that lied to us for three long years the same exact people the same people from M. as D. N. C. it is the same ones it's the Roswell Rachel Maddow is of the world it's that a call Wallace's of the world these people cannot stop themselves from hating all things trump every second every minute every hour of every twenty four hours a day and so they're now gonna use coronavirus now I have some other news from which is pretty interesting to USA today they said as it relates to China that they detected forty new cases of the virus in the past twenty four hours down from forty four new cases the previous day China total number of people infected eighty thousand seven hundred and thirty five by the way H. one N. one killed estimated over five hundred thousand people the only fourteen thousand Americans anyway so in China eighty thousand seven hundred thirty five cases of the eighty thousand nineteen thousand sixteen remain in treatment fifty eight thousand six hundred have been released they're better three thousand have died of the eighty thousand okay those are China's numbers even The New York Times is saying to the surprise of some and I you know there isn't enough anger China as far as I'm concerned because they were hiding this they were concealing it they mismanaged it they tried to deny it not good that initial outbreak now according to The New York Times seems to be under control the new cases reported as fall dramatically as infections are surging in you know countries like Italy where we have travel bans etcetera
When To Sell Stocks: How Long Should You Hold Your Winners?
"First question comes from Peter. Hi Allison love the show both Motley fool answers in the Museum of fine. Art are both abbreviated. Fa coincidence. I mean I'd probably Ryan grows. Wouldn't you agree this class last as it get? Yeah I've heard quote someone on the show. Call Him Robert say that money should be invested in stocks. Only if it won't be needed for at least five years. How does this work? What if I don't need my money for six years? Should I invested in stocks but after one year goes by that means. I need the money in five years so by Robert's rule it shouldn't be invested in stocks anymore. Investing for one year only seems really risky. Well I'll speak for Robert here and to you and point out that I'm actually pretty squishy on this. Sometimes they say five years I say three to five years partially because I think it does depend on the situation in the individual and it also depends on history so. Let's look at some historical numbers fleas so using data from the website. Nyu FINANCE PROFESSOR ASKS. Waft mortaring equity professor. When I was that he was my equity valuation. Professor like it was difficult. It was a lot of math and back. Then we didn't really have a lot of like calculators and stuff just slide rule and abigail advocates on fire. Well anyway so I pulled out my abacus and I calculated the percentage of instances over different holding periods with stock market made money stock Martin meaning. Us Life got stocks from nine hundred. Twenty eight thousand nineteen so for a one year holding period. The market makes money seventy-three percent time so three out of four years. It's pretty good. Three years eighty three percent of the time. Five years eight percent time so not a big difference between the three and five years ten years. It's ninety four percent twenty years one hundred percent so the longer you hold on you are more likely to make money but even a ten year holding period isn't guarantee that you're gonNA make money so if I were really looking at a hypothetical six year holding period my first question would be. How much have I already saving? Is it almost enough to cover the cost? If I've already saved most of what I need I probably wouldn't take a whole lot of risk with it That said if I needed a little extra growth and I had six years I would probably make sort of A. It doesn't have to be an all or nothing decision. I would probably put it mostly in stocks but gradually reduced the stock exposure as I got closer to the point where when I was two or three years away it probably would be mostly in bonds and CDs and this is what I do with my kids college Savings once they got into high school even now that my son is in college a little bit of it is in the stock market but not all of it. Yeah I do you remember a couple years ago. I asked you advice about the college situation. What I decided to do was put two years of college into cash and then after one year went away I put another year in cash so there was always two years of rolling cash available. Because I didn't if the market crash paying for college could have been dicey. It was very painful to take out two years of college because I don't know if you've noticed colleges experiments expense to the market and just have it sit in some you know. Low interest. Bearing account was not the most fun thing in the world. But you know what it did. Reduce my stress a lot. Because I just didn't have to worry about Ron. What's your longest held? Position Investor owned Disney stock for about eighteen years. Oh Wow yeah it's awesome. It's been it's been good to me so far string of the eagles over the weekend said if you ever go to. Disneyworld do just walk around pointing out those. I bought that stock for my kids both around the time they were born old. And my daughter's twenty two now so yes it's been a
"seventy three percent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"And by that, I mean, the political crisis here in Washington where miss Pelosi and Senator Schumer simply want to beat President Trump. They want to deny him what he's asking for. And they want the political benefit among their base for having done. So I think we can improve the security of our southern border deal with the flow of heroin, another Bill legal drugs, human trafficking and migrant movement across the border illegally, which is creating this crisis at the border. You mentioned there that was Senator Cornyn, and he mentioned drugs the border. What's going on? There actually have some stats here about the twenty seventeen to twenty eighteen narcotics situation at our southern border. There has been in terms of seizures. This is this is over last year. Okay. This is what's going on? Now. A twenty two percent increase in heroin seized a thirty eight percent increase in methamphetamine seized and a seventy three percent increase in Fenton. These are the drugs that are heroin, and particularly the ones that are killing so many of our fellow Americans. They're coming across the southern border. In fact, methamphetamine prices have dropped considerably meth right now, speaking to a law enforcement contact about this recently, meth is more pure and cheaper on US streets. When they're finding it. Then I think at at any time the price of math is plummeted and the cartels are just trying to keep the the markets open somewhat. Now that methamphetamine has almost become a loss leader for cartels knitting that they're trying to keep their supply relationship's going and they're making their money. They're illegal drug trade money on the fence and all the heroin, and they're throwing in math is kind of a sweetener of sorts. Because so much of the drug trade now is focused on these opioids because they're so powerful so potent and the market is large for them. This is a crisis. People are dying are dying because we do not have a secure southern border this stuff if it were so easy to get illegal on the streets of America for so easy to get a doctor prescribing the cartels wouldn't be making billions of dollars doing it illegally. We'll talk more about the expectations for the president's speech tonight. And and of course, the already prepped media backlash against.
"seventy three percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And opinions you hear on talkradio six eighty WCBS wcbMcom are not necessarily those of the owners management employers, and to advertisers of WCBS them, but they should be humanitarian crisis in two thousand fourteen when we saw tens of thousands unaccompanied children coming across the border exploiting gaps in our immigration law. But, you know, this is entirely contrived and phony crisis right now. And by that, I mean, the political crisis here in Washington where miss Pelosi and Senator Schumer simply want to beat President Trump. They want to deny him what he's asking for. And they want the political benefit among our base for having done. So I think we can. Improve the security of our southern border deal with the flow of heroin, another illegal drugs, human trafficking and migrant movement across the border illegally, which is creating this crisis at the border. Know, you mentioned there that was Senator Cornyn, and he mentioned drugs the border, and what's going on. There actually have some stats here about the twenty seventeen to twenty eight eighteen narcotics situation at our southern border. There has been in terms of seizures. This is this is over last year. Okay. This is what's going on? Now. A twenty two percent increase in heroin seized a thirty eight percent increase in methamphetamine seized and a seventy three percent increase in Fenton. These are the drugs that are heroin and fentanyl, particularly the ones that are killing so many of our fellow Americans. They're coming across the border. In fact, methamphetamine prices have dropped considerably math right now. Speaking to a law enforcement contact about this recently, meth is more pure and cheaper on US streets. When they're finding it. Then I think it at any time the price Mathis plummeted and the cartels are just trying to keep the the markets open somewhat. That methamphetamine has almost become a loss leader for cartels knitting that they're trying to keep their supply relationship's going and they're making their money. They're illegal drug trade money on the fence and all the heroin, and they're throwing in math is kind of a sweetener of sorts because so much of the drug trade now is focused on these opioids because they're so powerful so potent and the market is large for them. This is a crisis. People are dying are dying because we do not have a secure southern border this stuff if it were so easy to get a legal all on the streets of America for so easy to get a doctor prescribed it. The cartels wouldn't be making billions of dollars doing it illegally. We'll talk more about the expectations for the president's speech tonight. And of course, the already prepped media backlash against it. Coming up..
"seventy three percent" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Throw around these terms that they throw around are so vicious an so deceitful and dishonest it's just incredible so seventy three percent of the republicans who want people who come here illegally to be punished there's something wrong with them or joe scarborough what say the racists anyone who voted for trump these are the same people who pretend to be moderates these are the same people who pretend that donald trump's language is way out of control these are the same people who pretend to be bipartisan they are vicious hateful people who despise a big chunk of the american people they've always despised the tea party they've always despise the trump voters they've always despised conservatives go ahead maybe they have a little different color of their skin and they speak differently i holler of their skin and speak differently people want the law that your body past enforced people who speak differently in different color of skin what does that have to do with anything anything if you're talking about people coming in here from ms thirteen and drug cartels people coming in here who who kidnapped little kids to get in here has anybody talked about their race they've talked about their deeds in who they are and yet corker place right along because he wants to be a different kind of republican go ahead of her hated someone who traveled through tough conditions to try to come to a place where they could realize their dreams and so i'm just not part of that group that wants to punish what i do want to do how old identify as part of that group yeah i understand and i think it's a shame that what we've done with immigrants is to try to call them to be a part of a terrorist group what what we've tried to cause immigrants to be part of a terrorist group who is who are we we have tried to cause immigrants to be part of a terrorist group go ahead many of these people truly especially in central america are living in terrible conditions what then i guess we should open our borders syrians many's who else all over the world this is not a serious man this is not a serious person and neither is anybody else who talks this way so now you see these seventy three percent of americans excuse me republicans they look at people because of their color and what's interesting is it's the left that keeps bringing up race it's the left that keeps bringing up pigmentation bob corker will not be anywhere in america's history books except a little footnote to one of those rare history books that tells the truth about the iran deal but he has been a he horrific united states senator and he plans to go out being a horrific human being just look at how he talks about you this isn't you you're not who he describes absolutely disgusting he would never say this about jay johnson who is a black man he would never recused jay johnson i'm looking at these people because of their race he would never accused jay johnson of trying to stop these people despite being as poor as they are and yet jay johnson just said on sunday that they had to detain people at some sometimes as a family unit other times had to divide the children from the from the parents i don't remember bob corker ever mentioning this prior to three weeks two to three weeks ago does anybody else no most of them have it because they were just fine with those nazi concentration camps and japanese interment camps and you know what's amazing folks he's a senator laura bush was married to a president of the united states michelle obama was married to a president the united states all these senators and congressmen going on tv going on and on and on where the hell were they where were they you and i have no control over this yet they trashes our current president he wasn't involved in setting up the system yet they trash him joe scarborough was a member of the house of representatives what did he do about it i'll be right back this is mark levin newsradio one two point nine k a r n balance of nature's fruits and veggies in a capsule i'm mark gastineau i played in the nfl for ten years i was diagnosed with c t with dementia alzheimer's.
"seventy three percent" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Throw around these terms that they throw around are so vicious and so deceitful and dishonest it's just incredible so seventy three percent of the republicans who want people who come here illegally to be punished there's something wrong with them or is joe scarborough would say the racists anyone who voted for trump these are the same people who pretend to be moderates these are the same people who pretend that donald trump's language is way out of control these are the same people who pretend to be bipartisan they are vicious hateful people who despise a big chunk of the american people they've always despised the tea party they've always despise the trump voters they've always despised conservatives go ahead maybe they have a little different color of their skin and they speak differently i holler of their skin and speak differently people want the law that your body past enforced people who speak differently in different color of skin what does that have to do with anything anything if you're talking about people coming in here from ms thirteen and drug cartels people coming in here who who kidnap little kids to get in here has anybody talked about their race they've talked about their deeds in who they are and yet corker plays right along because he wants to be a different kind of republican go ahead of her hated someone who traveled through tough conditions to try to come to a place where they could realize their dreams and so i'm just not part of that group that wants to punish what i do want to do old identify as part of that group yeah i understand and i think it's a shame that what we've done with immigrants is to try to call them to be a part of a terrorist group that's what we've tried to cause immigrants to be part of a terrorist group who is who are we we have tried to cause immigrants to be part of a terrorist group what in the world is he talking about go ahead many of these people truly especially in central america are living in terrible conditions what then i guess we should open our borders syrians you many's who else all over the world this is not a serious man this is not a serious person and neither is anybody else who talks this way so now you see these seventy three percent of americans excuse me republicans they look at people because of their color and what's interesting is it's the left that keeps bringing up race it's the left that keeps bringing up pigmentation bob corker will not be anywhere in america's history books except a little footnote to one of those rare history books that tells the truth about the iran deal but he has been a a horrific united states senator and he plans to go out being a horrific human being just look at how he talks about you this isn't you you're not who he describes absolutely disgusting he would never say this about jay johnson who is a black man he would never accused jay johnson looking at these people because of their race he would never recused jay johnson trying to stop these people despite being as poor as they are and yet jay johnson just said on sunday that they had to detain people at some sometimes as a family unit other times had to defy the children from the from the parents i don't remember bob corker ever mentioning this prior to three weeks two to three weeks ago does anybody else now.
"seventy three percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"They throw around these terms that they throw around are so vicious an so deceitful and dishonest it's just incredible so seventy three percent of the republicans who want people who come here illegally to be punished there's something wrong with them or joe scarborough would say the racists anyone who voted for trump these are the same people who pretend to be moderates these are the same people who pretend that donald trump's language is way out of control these are the same people who pretend to be bipartisan they are vicious hateful people who despise a big chunk of the american people they've always despised the tea party they've always despise the trump voters they've always despised conservatives go ahead maybe they have a little different color of their skin and they speak differently i of their skin and speak differently people want the law that your body past enforced people who speak differently in different color of skin what does that have to do with anything anything if you're talking about people coming in here from ms thirteen and drug cartels people coming in here who who kidnapped little kids to get in here has anybody talked about their race they've talked about their deeds in who they are and yet corker place right along because he wants to be a different kind of republican go ahead of her hated someone who traveled through tough conditions to try to come to a place where they could realize their dreams and so i'm just not part of that group that wants to punish what i do want to do thanks hold identify as part of that group yeah i understand and i think it's a shame that what we've done with immigrants is to try to call them to be a part of a terrorist group what we've tried to cause immigrants to be part of a terrorist group who is who are the we we have tried to cause immigrants to be part of a terrorist group what in the world is he talking about go ahead many of these people truly especially in central america or living in terrible conditions what then i guess we should open our borders syrians who else all over the world this is not a serious man this is not a serious person and neither is anybody else who talks this way so now you see these seventy three percent of americans excuse me republicans they look at people because of their color and what's interesting is it's the left that keeps bringing up race it's the left that keeps bringing up pigmentation bob corker will not be anywhere in america's history books except a little footnote to one of those rare history books that tells the truth about the iran deal but he has been a horrific united states senator and he plans to go out being a horrific human being just look at how he talks about you this isn't you you're not who he describes absolutely disgusting he would never say this jay johnson who is a black man he would never recused jay johnson looking at these people because of their race he would never recused jay johnson trying to stop these people despite being as poor as they are and yet jay johnson just said on sunday that they had to detain people at some sometimes as a family unit other times to divide the children from the from the parents i remember bob corker ever mentioning this prior to three weeks two to three weeks ago does anybody else no most of them haven't because they were just fine with those nazi concentration camps and japanese interment camps and you know what's amazing folks he's a senator laura bush was married to a president of the united states michelle obama was married to a present the united states all these senators and congressmen going on tv going on and on auto where the hell were they where were they you and i have no control over this yet they trashes our current president he wasn't involved in setting up the system yet they trash him joe scarborough was a member of the house of representatives what did he do about it i'll be right back this is talk radio five sixty k seo balance of nature's fruits and veggies in a capsule on grass no i played in the nfl for ten years i was diagnosed with et with dementia alzheimer's arkansas.
"seventy three percent" Discussed on WTMA
"Throw around these terms that they throw around are so vicious and so deceitful and dishonest it's just incredible so seventy three percent of the republicans who want people who come here illegally to be punished there's something wrong with them or joe scarborough would say the racists anyone who voted for trump these are the same people who pretend to be moderates these are the same people who pretend that donald trump's language is way out of control these are the same people who pretend to be bipartisan they are vicious hateful people who despise a big chunk of the american people they've always despised the tea party they've always despise the trump voters they've always despised conservatives go ahead maybe they have a little different color of their skin and they speak differently i did holler of their skin and speak differently people want the law that your body past enforced people who speak differently in different color of skin what does that have to do with anything anything if you're talking about people coming in here from ms thirteen and drug cartels people coming in here who who kidnapped little kids to get in here has anybody talked about their race they've talked about their deeds in who they are corker place right along because he wants to be a different kind of republican go ahead of her hated someone who traveled through tough conditions to try to come to a place where they could realize their dreams and so i'm just not part of that group that wants to punish what i do want to do how old identify as part of that group yeah i understand and i think it's a shame that what we've done with immigrants is to try to call them to be a part of a terrorist group that's what we've tried to cause immigrants to be part of a terrorist group who is who are the we we have tried to cause immigrants to be part of a terrorist group what in the world is he talking about go ahead many of these people truly especially in central america are living in terrible conditions what then i guess we should open our borders syrians many's who else all over the world this is not a serious man this is not a serious person and neither is anybody else who talks this way so now you see these seventy three percent of americans excuse me republicans they look at people because of their color and what's interesting is it's the left that keeps bringing up race it's the left that keeps bringing up pigmentation bob corker will not be anywhere in america's history books except a little footnote to one of those rare history books that tells the truth about the iran deal but he has been a he horrific united states senator and he plans to go out being a horrific human being just look at how he talks about you this is you you're not who he describes absolutely disgusting he would never say this about jay johnson who is a black man would never recused jay johnson looking at these people because of their race he would never accused jay johnson of trying to stop these people despite being as poor as they are and yet jay johnson said on sunday that they had to detain people at some sometimes as a family unit other times had to defied the children from the from the parents i don't remember bob corker ever mentioning this prior to three weeks two to three weeks ago does anybody else no most of them haven't because they were just fine with those nazi concentration camps and japanese interment camps and you know what's amazing folks he's a senator laura bush was married to a president of the united states michelle obama was married to a president the united states all these senators and congressmen going on tv going on and on on auto where the hell were they where were they you and i have no control over this yet they trash us our current president he wasn't involved in setting up the system yet they trash him joe scarborough was a member of the house of representatives what did he do about it i'll be right back lovin twelve fifty wt tma now streaming utma dot com balance of nature's fruits and veggies in a capsule on gas no i played in the nfl for ten years i was diagnosed with c t with dementia alzheimer's.
"seventy three percent" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Of thousands of teens landed jobs last month are teenagers find one hundred and thirty thousand jobs seventy three percent from may in last year last year was a particularly low time but still it's encouraging to see this john numbers at the very beginning of the teen hiring season says it during the recession a lot of dulce grabbed would have traditionally been teen jobs but that's no longer the case the state employment development department out with new figures the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in la county held steady at four point four percent in may the same rate as april but that's down from four point eight percent in may of two thousand seventeen in orange county were seasonallyadjusted numbers were not available the may unemployment rate was two point six percents also unchanged from april long beach police now say it was not a kidnapping people called officers saying that a teenage girl had been carried into a van lapd l a l long beach police department spokesperson tells can exit investigators now think that this may have been a case of prostitution not an abduction but she's still happy that people call the cops we encourage our residents anyone visiting our city to please say something if they see something if you have certain observed any suspicious activity we want to know about it we wanna make sure if a crime is occurring in our city we're investigating deputies found the van in bellflower of the driver cooperating with investigators police arrested the writer of a host horse that trampled on a young boy during a parade in northern california suspicion of writing under the influence officers say that in the town of close about sixty miles north of sacramento say armanda ruiz got thrown from the animal during the procession the horse then injured an eightyearold boy is recovering dui laws in california also apply to riding horses elizabeth homes is out as ceo of thoroughness the blood testing company she founded as a team homes step down today after she and another former executive were hit with federal wire fraud charges they're accused of misleading doctors and patients about the company's blood testing technology and.
"seventy three percent" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM
"Five well she's also even just in time for spring we're seeing down the black navy seventy three percent of the family male role model for girls always look up to their daddy oregon necessarily really two i i shipping's visit champion see now and company she worked with the kkk she wanted to exterminate the black race it has become genocide and people are begging for it they're saying we've got a right to children have a right to be born paul you and i know that margaret sanger erskine she participated in a negro project negro project and she spoke on may twenty six nineteen twenty she's she spoke to the silver lake new jersey chapter of the kkk and we know about that because that's on pages three sixty six to three sixty seven of her memoirs which were published in nineteen thirty eight and i'm saying that off the top of my head i know it circulate that to my class i actually have my class at grove city college of gross city pennsylvania read those two pages and and they're stunned to see margaret sanger talking about speaking to the kkk and the thing that they're especially stunned to know is that they never heard that before and i mean if you had anybody on the republican side the conservative side who had spoken to the kkk before a donald trump ronald reagan i mean betsy devos the pick the trump cabinet secretary new york times and the liberals and cnn and msnbc would use that that forever destroy the person their career would be over if hillary clinton had done that she wouldn't possibly be able to run for president and get this hillary clinton was actually given in the year two thousand eight planned parenthood's highest award which is called the margaret sanger award stood up there and she said oh i am oh margaret sanger not only have liberals give about let's sanger off look on that but if they could construct a liberal progressive mount rushmore margaret sanger it'd be one of the first basis they chisel into the rock don't know they don't know about communism we're not teaching by communism we're not teaching them about margaret sanger we're not teaching them to treat role of planned parenthood but the things that they're learning has nothing to do with reality they are distorting history and a lot of colleges lot of universities and most of the elementary.
"seventy three percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Law that may have been actual criminals well if you're here illegally i guess you are a criminal aren't you now when you become an elected official use your sworn in dapo blah this is a mayor who broke the law this is a mayor who should pay by going to jail which he did is absolutely wrong and you are taking the federal law in your own hands what right does she have to make a decision that seventy three percent of her state constituents in a recent poll said they're against seventy three percent of people in california right now are absolutely against sanctuary state sanctuary cities and that in that poll incorporates hispanics as well this is in about mexicans this is not about anybody other than illegals and when you read the rules they they abuse the visa rules they come in here legally and stick around like illegally there's things have to be done plus there are a lot of bad people that they're going after i don't think isis specifically look in a harm innocent families they're going after people who are doing what is wrong they are breaking the law that's the problem and i don't understand how anyone could sit there and make a case for criminals trump criticized shaft thursday for her warning and said his administration was looking into the into the statement she had issued a head of the operation in the bay area with the mayor of oakland did the other day was a disgrace where they had close to one thousand people ready to be gotten ready to be taken off the streets many of them they say eighty five percent of them were criminals at criminal records the mayor vocal matter and she warned them scatter this is ridiculous you're absolutely opposing the law you swore to uphold these are the principles of law i'm sorry we're not doing anything wrong and then when i see on facebook people screaming yelling oh my god how could you do such a thing you know you're you're you're attacking their civil right no you're not attacking anything they're breaking the law you break the law you pay the price that's as simple as that i don't understand how anybody can make an argument for that the full number.
"seventy three percent" Discussed on WLOB
"President trump's pollsters it solid it's real if not biased against the president but we found is that seventy three percent of americans c vladimir putin as a clear and present danger to the national security of the united states and to our nato and middle east allies that t that that's there's very few issues in america right now where you can get almost three out of four americans saying the exact same thing and russia putin that threat is one of them you know joe let me let me help you to pursue an also in that poll it was over over sixty percent to sixty point five percent really are worried that putin could be planning some military attacks on another attack exactly because he's already invaded the republic of georgia that signed two thousand eight and he owned well he owns have known it we occupies twenty percent he invaded southern ukraine and stole crimea he invaded eastern ukraine and essentially occupies that what's called the dombass region he sent military forces into syria to work with iran and assad to slaughter people including using chemical weapons so this is a guy who keeps attacking every few years and yeah uh six out of ten americans in our poll believe that he's getting ready to do it again now that the most interesting part of the poll what was that we found that fifty two percent of americans say they are not convinced that president trump uh understood it fully understands the russia threat and is taking enough measures they want him to do quote much more unquote to counter the russia threat now we didn't test issues of you know do you think he's colluding do you think he's criminally corrupt i i looked at that to me right now is a sideshow there is a legal process if they find something okay we'll deal with that but right now there is a killer on the loose in moscow and he's trying to subvert american democracy he's attacking his neighbours he's slaughtering people uh his opponents disappear and and while the president actually is doing well on policy i mean he's building up in prison trump writer he's building up american defenses that's good he's.
"seventy three percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Man it'll be here just a moment i here's one for you oh and democrats are going nuts over this as our muslim advocacy groups most of the people convicted of international terrorism of the united states since two thousand one seventy three percent of them were formed board foreignborn foreignborn that's chilling so in other words of the how many people altogether will be get you the number five hundred forty nine people convicted of international terrorism in federal court since two thousand one that that's a lot of people by the way i did not know that many five hundred forty nine people convicted of international terrorism charges in federal courts in the united states has two thousand one seventy three percent of them were foreign board okay that's that's a statistic that needs to be dealt with accordingly it speaks volumes regarding immigration policy in this country right off the bat democrats saying oh that xenophobic muslims oh that's muslim phobic the bottom line is this is these are the facts this is what we need to deal with we need to look carefully at our immigration policies that's what this is probably the the underlying message but listen to this beyond um terrorism this is a 10page report really easy to read over the past six years were the three hundred seventy thousand foreigners uh that were deported in this country had aggravated felony convictions what percentage was at more than three hundred seventy thousand foreigners deported from this country had aggravated felony convictions so dealt with that include essay i don't know aggravated felony i do not know but that's that's that's a lot of people the violent crime yeah um then we also have they looked at in this report honor killings in which a woman his slain by a family member because supposedly that women broad dishonor upon the family this is in the united states uh the data indicates that there are twenty seven honor killings in the united states each year also amongst these immigrants in the united states who are here by the way legally um 1500 forced marriages occur in the united states every year as well so these are the stats these are the stats that activists don't want you to hear but we're dealing with it of course right here on ksfo okay katies out terry's in shall have a traffic report for just a moment than dr kevin leman coming up on ksfo home aca who need to have.
"seventy three percent" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Aleph seems to suggest that a seventy three percent cut in the typical single parent households tax burden is not an increase almost president historic continues for the average family in america making seventy three thousand dollars they're looking at a tax cut of fifty eight percent over two thousand dollars more in their paycheck when i talk to my friends who are typical americans michelle and joe living in south carolina working horror raising two beautiful kids having a sixty percent cut in their taxes is real middleclass relief this is a bill that delivers and the good news is uh o in about seven or eight weeks the average american will have an answer to which side is right is it the left or is it a right the fact is that they will be able to take a look in their old paychex entity and determine for themselves the benefits of this tax cuts mr president when we think about the things that we should be working on to restore confidence that the average person has lost in the government to restore that we do that by making sure that our tax proposal speaks to the average family so this president we do double the standard reduction from it for individuals from sixty three hundred twelve thousand four single parent households from ninety three hundred to eighteen thousand effort to family to earner households this president we essentially create a zero percet tax bracket for folks moving at the federal poverty level of twenty four thousand dollars by doubling the standard deduction to twenty four.
"seventy three percent" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Seventy three percent and so if you then multiply that by itself then that yields a fifty three percent chance that all three teams make it to the playoffs two years in a row given ninety percent odds each of making the playoffs which is just not true so that's one way bring this dan where it's almost a coin flip just that they'll all make the playoffs two years in a row and the other way to look at it is that of course they they all look very good they all have a lot of money they're all set up the short term and the longterm and and they are each not too afraid of the competitive balance tax they have gone over even though i know that they're trying to get under at present but even with these teams spending a lot on their payrolls they are still spending less on their payrolls relative to even the lowest payroll teams in baseball the floor as risen and b cap the soft cap a sort of cap to the highest spinning team somewhat in place and so the distal less of a spread in payroll and of course there's more to baseball than how much you spend on your roster but that's kind of a a the leading indicator if that's the right term business and so the amount of resources that teams can pour into their roster will be related to how good those teams are and if the yankees cups dodgers can't spend that much more than their competition while it stands reason that they won't play that much better than the competition over the long haul yeah i just i think i mean look at recent history the cubs came fairly close to missing the playoffs this season i mean it was in question for much of the season and they were expected to be the best team in baseball probably or may be the second best and they can adjust limped along and they ended up making it but it wasn't a convincing victory on their part and that was in a pretty weak division overall and then look at recent ekeus history obviously they just missed the playoffs a bunch of times so we're not so far removed from these things happening or almost happening that i think we can forecast with any kind of confidence that they won't happen soon i mean you know historically when people have looked at like pow.
"seventy three percent" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump
"I never saw that arab i turned around a it wants to see it on on air no the people have to know that i didn't feel bad about james dalton moments people they have to know that i didn't see it and i feel bad about ko cumulus personal all right so this film made about a hundred and i wanna say thirty one million dollars wait worldwide ventured at thirty six hundred thirty six worldwide is that on a thirty million dollar budget what there you go dizzy zero t c williams high school it did really well it's that seventy three percent on rotten tomatoes in september not even like a christmas woolly it probably stayed in theaters definitely status deers through christmas and what else do i have to say about it who all what we won't talk about this for a from but i did just read a whole lot of the history of it and it's apparently very different like veto any ally have we talked about we've talked about cool runnings right we've we've we've that was i was so mad disney did the you're dizzy just keep taking story like this well yes our we'll talk about that will talk about it though is um is hidden hidden figures is that this need no no organ for they desertified day but the rider of this movie gregory alan how is the black do the right is back do anything is i knew it instantly but we'll get to that point how did you notice oh oh intrigued legal i'll also wrote ali okay okay at least one of the writers on ali oh okay but i'm has highlighted this movie was much better than the past terminology.
"seventy three percent" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Now walgreens is being sued for allegedly applying the tax two sparkling water no comment from deerfield based walgreens u s employers posted a record number of open jobs in june that's a sign that the salad hiring of recent months will likely continue the labor department says job openings jumped eight percent to six point two million in the month of june i knew cnn poll says only thirty eight percent of americans approve of president trump's job performance among republicans strong approval has dropped for trump it was seventy three percent in february now fifty nine percent seventy three percent of americans say they do not trust all or most of what they here coming from the white house meanwhile a government report leaked to the new york times this morning directly contradicts trump's view that global warming is not a problem this is a draft report by scientists from thirteen federal agencies it says the average temperature in the us has risen rapidly and drastically since 1980 and recent decades have been the warmest of the past fifteen 100 years one of the scientists who worked on this global warming report says it was leaked to the new york times to prevent the trump administration from burying it in three rivers michigan a suspected noroviruses sick and dozens of people at a camp prompting officials to temporarily close the facility this happened at the the at the south bend indianabased ymca of michigan camp camp eberhardt the south bend tribune says officials said about three hundred ten campers home two days early last week so they could disinfect the camp 46 young campers and a few staff members were sickened at that camp today is the fiftieth birthday of the picasso sculpture in daily plaza this was the work of public are that a niche you will initially bewildered and displeased many chicago ones but it now of course has become a part of the landscape of downtown chicago mayor emanuel will be at the ceremony today marking the fiftieth birthday of the pekassa so sculpture wls news time nine thirty one brought to you by cd one price cleaners visit any one of the 34 chicago incd one price cleaners locations for valuepricing insane they got.
"seventy three percent" Discussed on WRVA
"Care of it will take care of everything will eventually going to take care of it is not on a time line here he doesn't think it has to be done by this year or else notre traditional conventional washes you gotta get a gun measure you got to get it done for the midterms you gotta get that i don't think he looked at it that way that frustrates a lot of people who think that he ought to be more conventional uh politically strategically and that sort of thing but this is this is why there is now a bunch of people running around like stuck pigs because seventy three percent subsidy for members of congress and their staff here's how here's what here's what happened fogs this is the forbes article for back april fifty two thousand sixteen but not all of this happened in two thousand ten remembered this all of this is seven years ago the affordable care act through members and staff out of the federal employee health benefit program remember that you remember the federal government had a great health insurance plan for federal employees and at the time a lot of people wanna just make that national why not use take that and make that the national health care program it was that good in in in the sense that it was that affordable in that beneficial for members of congress the affordable care act got rid of that anz said that they can only give health benefits through one of the obama care exchanges under pressure from congress and obama the federal office of personnel management which administers benefits for federal workers including congress.
"seventy three percent" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source
"There's so so just for an example this doesn't mean anything a hero gets four were like four and a half stars in seventy three percent rotten tomatoes hey if that's good bad or otherwise bit well once again so much of that depends on the the political viewpoint of the movie was an alley like the star which i love semite i love them elliott but w once again you know i don't care about the politics of the movie but ride know that the politics of the movie can affect the reviewers lender take on an right come let me see if i had some other ones are coming up in the near future to will it so you had said on here roumat here but and put them on but unscom coming soon hold on transformers on the twenty three i saw the previous that the other night to it looks fun but every transformers movie looks really good then it comes out and he also also of them become the first they were strong and then they've just been despicable meet threes coming up that looks funny that does look fuddy the second one was like that savisaar gay wasn't great it was as good as the first one but it wasn't del no no it wasn't that nobody wasn't bad yeah then the third one i mean it looks pretty funny with the minions in prison i love the pay due to they all love the they all become they all all become the tough guys in prison we'll kits talk like minions they do is talk all the way they just sort technical aminian a threat exactly it's hilarious elected i love the video is an adult even those are funny.