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The Age of Remote Work: Arianna Huffington and Karen Mangia

Blazing Trails

02:00 min | Last month

The Age of Remote Work: Arianna Huffington and Karen Mangia

"Arianna. I love the latest book from thrive global your time to thrive and burnout increase. Well being an unlock your full potential with the new science of my kristaps so many good takeaways and especially loved what you wrote about waking up in the morning and the first thing that you did was check your cell phone the impact that that had on you. I'm guilty of doing the same thing. And i bet many of our listeners are so tell us why. This was such an aha moment for you. Well how we start our day and how we end. Our day are sort of pretty critical to the day we have and seventy two percent of people start their day by going to their fall before they're fully away before their feet have hit the ground. So what we recommend. That thrive and this is kind of one of my favorite out of hundreds of micra steps for behavior changes to take sixty seconds. Before you got your fault to be very intentional to focus on your breath to remember coach. Grateful for to fame. Ply- get ready for the day and as you said my call be clear about what your priorities are as opposed to what the world wants to view which is what i've found is for love absolutely starting the day setting your intentions versus what others expect from. You is a big mindshift when we have so much pressure to be productive karen. How is remote work. Changing our definition of what it means to be productive and successful. I think sometimes we get our relationship with success a little bit wrong you know. We have these myths and misconceptions that six asses the result of being always on and working all the time or that success. You know we just work hard enough. It will show up or it's the result of this perfect

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Social Shopping Platforms Surge, Making Influencers Rich

Business Wars Daily

03:00 min | 3 months ago

Social Shopping Platforms Surge, Making Influencers Rich

"From wondering. I'm david brown. And this is business. Wars daily on this thursday march fourth. You know they say. A picture's worth a thousand words. But depending on how many followers you have on instagram. That picture may also be worth a thousand dollars or more. Let me explain a decade ago. Instagram was only a year old but personal style blogs were all the rage. Fashion forward bloggers mostly women but a few men would stuff blog posts with dozens of photos of what they were wearing. But one popular dallas-based blogger. Amber vans had a problem. Her blog was driving significant revenue towards the brand she featured in her photos as readers sought to buy the product she shared but she wasn't making a dime and that felt unfair thus reward style was born benz company. Let's bloggers post links to the outfits in accessories. They wear in their posts and if readers click on those links and buy something. The blogger gets a kickback. Rewards style takes a cut to just two years after it was founded. Several of the companies blogger clientele were pulling in millions of dollars in revenue. Vox reported yes. A million dollars just by posting outfit photos in two thousand fourteen vents turned instagram and created the off. Shoot like to know it. Taking brands and photos with the like to know it. Up the influence or makes money parent company rewards style makes money the brands that are shared make money and all is well and ecommerce land and by. Well i mean really well reward style said its revenue. Last year was one hundred and twenty five million dollars and fashion news outlet business. Fashion reported that the platform is driven over a billion dollars in sales for its retail and brand partners part of reward style. Success can be attributed to that thing. We've all been living through for the past year cove. Nineteen as more people stayed home and on their devices influence or marketing became more prominent. According to the wall street journal and brands that were struggling with pandemic related production delays turned to influencers to hype up potential buyers and more companies are leaning on influencers to sell their products. The share of us marketers using influencers is expected to increase to around seventy two percent by twenty twenty two bad according to a report from research firm emarketer and that means rewards styles rivals are ready shop style which was launched in two thousand. Seven is a fashion focused search engine now partners with thousands of influencers to help them monetize. Their posts shop

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CDC director signs off on J&J's single-shot Covid vaccine, clearing way for distribution to begin

Squawk Pod

02:06 min | 3 months ago

CDC director signs off on J&J's single-shot Covid vaccine, clearing way for distribution to begin

"Fda and cdc gave johnson and johnson's vaccine green light over the weekend. The company expects to provide twenty million doses by the end of this month. And it's march. I make drill joins us now with the latest on the j. and j. roll out. I make hey joe. Three point nine million doses of vaccine expected to roll out this week arriving for the first administrations. Potentially tomorrow morning on this comes after. Of course the fda gave the green light on saturday. Cdc's advisory committee met yesterday and the cdc sign-off recommending this vaccine as well. It is of course the third coronavirus vaccine to enter the market here in the us and the first that only requires one dose now of course in clinical trials It showed to be seventy two percent effective here in the us and preventing disease eighty five percent effective worldwide at preventing severe disease and in addition to being one shot. This vaccine is fridge stable. At three months you can store it at more normal temperatures. Not the ultra cold freezers that you need for pfizer or even the more normal freezers that you need for the modern vaccine. Then we've been reaching out to states and counties trying to get a sense of how they might use this vaccine differently from the other two The cdc's advisory committee did not make any specific recommendations for this vaccine versus visor and moderna but the states will make those decisions. They get allocated vaccine based on their population numbers and some of them told us because of the easier storage. It could go to places where storage is more complicated To rural areas arizona. For example telling us it plans to allocate the jj vaccine similarly to how it's allocated the maderno want areas that don't have those ultra cold storage options also settings where it's difficult to get a second dose for example washington state telling us maybe the fishing industry where a lot of folks live in congregate settings on ships for example that could be a place where they would deploy this vaccine Others from the national association for city and county health officials saying the homeless population. Where it's difficult perhaps find folks to come back for a second shot or for people who may be hesitant about the vaccine only wanna get one shot.

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FDA grants emergency authorization to Johnson & Johnson vaccine

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

FDA grants emergency authorization to Johnson & Johnson vaccine

"The fda granted johnson and johnson emergency use authorization making it. The only single shot vaccine in the us. Johnson and johnson is expected to hit the ground quickly with its new covid. Nineteen vaccine as many as four million doses could be shipped out to states as early as monday. Putting third vaccine in the mix and the fight against covid nineteen and with an advocacy raid of seventy two percent in the us. Johnson and johnson's vaccine doesn't offer quite as much protection as others on the market. However unlike competitors its vaccine only requires one shot and can be stored at warmer temperatures. Fox's charles watson. Johnson and johnson expects to ship one hundred million doses of vaccine by

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Johnson & Johnson's one-shot COVID vaccine approved by FDA

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

Johnson & Johnson's one-shot COVID vaccine approved by FDA

"Another vaccine is on the way. I'm mary core city fox news. The fda has just approved johnson and johnson's vaccine the first one that can be taken and only one dose. Johnson and johnson is expected to hit the ground quickly with its new covid nineteen vaccine by monday and the days following as many as four million doses could be shipped out to states putting a vaccine in the mix in the fight against covid nineteen clinical trial data shows. Johnson and johnson vaccine is about seventy two percents effective in the us and eighty six percent effective against severe cases of covid nineteen and the state. The vaccine doesn't quite offer as much protection as pfizer's turner's Which are both more than ninety percents effective but unlike its competitors j. and j. candidate only requires one shot and can be stored at much warmer temperatures. That's fox charles

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Johnson and Johnson Get Green Light to Begin Emergency Production of Covid-19 Vaccine

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Johnson and Johnson Get Green Light to Begin Emergency Production of Covid-19 Vaccine

"Johnson and johnson getting the green light to begin emergency production of its covid. Nineteen vaccine with biden's approval for emergency use authorization in the works. Johnson and johnson is expected to hit the ground quickly with its new covid. Nineteen vaccine as many as four million doses could be shipped out to states as early as monday with an advocacy raid of seventy two percent in the us. Johnson and johnson's vaccine doesn't offer quite as much protection as others on the market. However unlike competitors its vaccine only requires one shot. Fox's charles watson adding that. Johnson and johnson says they will have as many as twenty million vaccines ready by the end of

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Fauci urges Americans to take whatever vaccine is available

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 4 months ago

Fauci urges Americans to take whatever vaccine is available

"A third vaccine is likely to soon join the covert nineteen fight but the nation's top infectious disease expert is urging Americans not to be picky Dr Anthony Fauci knows people look at vaccine studies and compare effectiveness seventy two percent versus ninety five percent and so on they may then decide well just wait for the next more effective one that I think is not a good idea algae on NBC news today show saying people should be confident in any vaccine the FDA approves for emergency use when the vaccine becomes available take it Johnson and Johnson's vaccine will take its turn before the FDA's independent advisers tomorrow and felt she's looking forward to with joining the dharna and Pfizer vaccines already in use they have to it's fine to have three is absolutely better soccer mag ani Washington

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A Third COVID Vaccine is Poised to Enter the U.S. Market

Business Wars Daily

03:14 min | 4 months ago

A Third COVID Vaccine is Poised to Enter the U.S. Market

"From wondering. I'm david brown. And this is business. Wars daily on this tuesday february night twenty. Three million americans have already rolled up their sleeves to receive at least the initial dose of either the pfizer vaccine or the moderna vaccine designed to prevent covid nineteen. Well now a third vaccine is on track to enter the us market. Johnson and johnson's corona virus vaccine just wrapped up a long-awaited trial and hopes to clear. Fda authorization by the middle of this month. The lure of johnson and johnson's vaccine is that unlike modera advisor it can be delivered in one shot that make distribution simpler with no need to follow up with a second dose. It's also relatively inexpensive compared to the others and while moderna advisors vaccines have to be stored at just the right temperature. Well below freezing. Johnson and johnson's doesn't have those stringent requirements for storage. It can stay viable in just a refrigerator for around three months. That means the vaccine will play a big role globally because it's easier to distribute to low and middle income countries. According to the new york times but the results of johnson and johnson's trial were a bit disappointing. At least at first glance trial results indicated that it was seventy two percent effective at preventing moderate to severe symptoms of covid in the us. That number is sufficiently lower than modern and pfizer's overall efficiency rates of around ninety four percent and johnson and johnson's rate drops to sixty six percent in latin american countries and to fifty seven percent in south africa which is dealing with a variant strain of the virus. But don't let those lower numbers food you scientists and immunologists say that johnson and johnson's vaccine is still extremely effective and researchers have warned that you shouldn't compare the effectiveness of the three vaccines because they were all developed and tested at different periods of kovic evolution. Dr william shafter an infectious disease expert at vanderbilt told the new york times that pfizer and moderna had an advantage because those companies did their clinical trials before the variant strains emerged. He said quote. Johnson and johnson was testing. Its vaccine not only against the standard strain but they had the variants now in a perfect world. Consumers might get a choice of which of these vaccines they'd like to receive but that would only be possible if there were enough doses of all three and right now. That's just not the case in early january. The new york times reported that the us only had one hundred eighty five million doses of pfizer and moderna vaccines to cover americans through june and at the same time doses that were produced quickly now risk expiring before they can get into the arms of those who need them. Johnson and johnson says that if they're vaccine is approved they can produce around one hundred million doses of their

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More needles in the haystack: vaccine candidates proliferate

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:43 min | 4 months ago

More needles in the haystack: vaccine candidates proliferate

"Just as soon as it became clear that a novel virus outbreak in china was going to become a global concern. It became clear that the world would need a vaccine in those early days that seemed impossibly distant vaccines often take the better part of a decade to develop and test now just a year on and several are already approved in many jurisdictions then in the space of a day last week encouraging results from two more but in the intervening year. The garona virus has done. What all viruses do. It's mutated and that as a complicating factor to an already complicated global. Rollout out so that you've seen quite exciting. The first is from novak's an american company and the second is from johnson which is belgium. But it's part of johnson and johnson also condruct company. Slovenia jong is our healthcare correspondent. There almost completely effective against the worst cases of covid nineteen. They're also easy to star in regular fridges. Which makes them. Very easy to distribute more widely than the vaccines. We already have approved but they also have some key differences. Okay let's take them in turn. What is the the nova vaccine. So the novak's vaccine is made of a lab made version of the spike protein which is part of the virus so immune system would recognize the and that's how develop immunity against the virus itself. It's a more traditional method vaccine making then the modern in pfizer vaccines which are already being used around the world and the number of vaccine was tested in britain and in south africa in britain it was almost ninety percent effective against symptomatic covid. Nineteen given into shots. Twenty one days. Apart in south africa it was only around fifty to sixty percent effective. Okay and The vaccine the vaccine was also tested in several countries. America south africa and latin america. The youngson vaccine is made out of the pike protein of the virus which is deliberate by virus. That's how it gets into your body. Virus is harmless but your immune system recognizes it. That's how you develop immunity crucially. It's a vaccine now. The results on efficacy are also very encouraging. The vaccine reduced mother of the severe cases of covid nineteen by seventy two percent in america but in south africa. The effectiveness wells also much lower. Same as the novel vaccine. It was just around fifty seven percent. This being said comparing scenes is very tricky because the trials have been conducted at different times so during the and pfizer vaccines when those results came out the variants that we have now weren't circulating widely nonetheless all the vaccines are highly effective in preventing hospitalization and death. And that's the most important thing to keep in mind but both of these vaccines in the trials in south africa. Were less effective suggesting that the that both of them are less effective against the south african variants of the virus. Yes that's right. There are less effective but not ineffective if is around fifty sixty percent which is reasonably good. Say this was to be expected. Because laboratory tests for the and the pfizer vaccines have also hinted that they may be less effective against the variant from south africa. But this will not be the last variance we keep seeing new variants emerging around the world. There may be some that are already here. But they're not detective because not enough sequencing happens in most countries so this is different something that we should be prepared for. But how worrisome is that there is already a very into that is that is sort of unpicking. The efficacy of some of these vaccines mean. This is something that we have to live with. Mutations will continue to evolve and we'll see more like those that vaccines are less effective against several vaccine makers are already working on modified jabs targeting the mutations so we'll see is probably something similar to what we have with the seasonal flu vaccines you get a shot. Every year which is customized circulating strains of the virus. The problem is that with the flu. There are systems around the world that have been set up to track those viruses. lead systems. Are well running. They've been around for decades so vaccine manufacturers no every year which trains to put in the vaccine there is no such system for covid nineteen america and some other countries are setting up variant surveillance. But this is not a global effort which means that we may have very ends emerging around the world for which the existing vaccines are less effective. And we don't know about that and what about in the meantime the existence of these potential new vaccines that seem to be effective and the potential for these various. How does that change the kind of global roll out plans for what we do have and do know eastern you. Vaccines are excellent news because we have a shortage right now of vaccines globally and even in the countries that have the most supplies for the moment. Novak's has promised to deliver about chew billion doses of this year. Half of that will be made in. India johnson johnson also think that they can make a billion doses. This here half of that is going to go to kovacs which is a global facility that will supply vaccines to developing countries. So these vaccines are particularly good news for poorer countries. Because they're easier to store and distribute the johnson and johnson is just a single shot which gives it the massive advantage but of course the country has purchased the vaccine to be delivered and as we can see production. Doesn't always run on schedule. We saw that in in the tussle for vaccine is between the eu and britain. For the astra zeneca shots and then of course getting the vaccine into people's arms also presents. Its own challenges. As we can see particularly in europe and in the us as well sign extend the distribution is often tied up in bureaucracy or logistical challenges on the ground or even in some cases people not wanting the vaccine. Do you think should have taken in total that that essentially this grand will get ahead of the virus before the virus gets ahead of humans efforts. I think we've already made tremendous progress. I mean if you think a year on goal we couldn't even dream of having a vaccine so quickly and now we have at least five vaccines tested in large scale. Proper clinical trials which are vastly effective. I mean they're almost completely effective against hospitalization and death. There are some which are also doing clinical trials so we may see in the coming weeks months more successful. Clinical trials being announced the west production of all these vaccines gets going in the next couple of months. Supplies will be steady. So i think that by the end of this year things will look much much better. Thanks very much for joining us. La thank you jason.

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Why will most Australians get a less effective vaccine?

Coronacast

06:13 min | 5 months ago

Why will most Australians get a less effective vaccine?

"Australia's on track to get access to or to approve two different coronavirus. Vaccines is one from fayza. Biontech and there's one from oxford strelka but the two vaccines are quite different defies. A shot has like ninety five percent efficacy based on the studies and the oxford. One has a lot less than that. But it looks like we're only gonna get enough of the fiso one to vaccinate maybe five million people it's going to be prioritized for the people who are most vulnerable kind of everyone else is gonna get the oxford one. So we've got simony questions from people and a lot of them. Cluster around the question of why most australians going to get a vaccine that looks a lot less impressive than what we know is possible when it comes to fighting corona virus country. I just wanted to chain. Just want to alter one thing that you say. Is that the head of the therapeutic goods administration before christmas indicated that in fact they were going to get data from johnson and johnson from their vaccine. So this is not one of the vaccines that the government's got an arrangement with but i think they've made a preliminary application and all the last forty eight hours. The ceo of johnson. Johnson has said that they're going to be releasing their phase three trial data in the very near future. Now this is an adenovirus vaccine which is one which called virus. If you'd like carries the corona virus spike into the cell. A bit like the astro vaccine and the chinese vaccines. But it's a one dose vaccine rather than a two doors vaccine so really interesting vaccine. It'll be really interesting to see what they come up with this. This the johnson and johnson one and we'll possibly be another option. The tj seemed to save before christmas that this was on the table for approval which is interesting even though we haven't got a business arrangement with them as far as we are led to believe. Okay so let's just recap on the data the pfizer the moderna and the astro vaccines all do the same thing. They take genetic messages into the cell and tell the cell to produce the spike protein which then goes off into the blood and the immune system responds and create an immune reaction which is then memorized for future infections the pfizer and moderna one dude by mini which package of genetic messaging and the astra. One does it with a chimpanzee virus. Adenoviruses takes into the cell and leaves the genetic message there behind to produce the spike protein. So they do the same thing but in different ways from the trials the phaser moderna vaccines have you around. About ninety five percent efficacy. Let me just explain. The word efficacy for a moment. Efficacy is a word used in trials clinical trials which shows the in the trial context in the circumstances of that trial where the included and excluded certain people and the duration of what they monitored. That's really what efficacy means. Within the context of trial they got ninety. Five percent efficacy at reducing disease. If you were infected there were not enough data from those two trials at least not yet to show whether the affected infection and transmission although with the astra trial they did actually have datta which did suggest that the astra vaccine prevents transmission. Which makes us pretty confident that the pfizer. We'll actually resist transmission tube but we have no data on that yet. So it's efficacy. It's not effectiveness in the real world so when you introduce a vaccine or a drug into the real world. The efficacy may change. It may go down. It may go up and that will be seen as we monitor it going through. Okay so what did the astro vaccine find it. Find that when you gave to standard dozes roundabout four weeks apart thereabouts. You got sixty two percent effectiveness at reducing disease all disease and much harder effectiveness reducing severe disease so all these vaccines seemed really good at preventing severe disease and death but the oxford overall sixty two percent effective. The seventy two percent comes from an average and really shouldn't be used because it's not relevant average because the smaller british trial made an error and gave a smaller dose to some people who raised under fifty five and then give a standard does later and what they got was ninety percent effectiveness in that small. Subgroup wasn't planned but they noticed there and when they put those two together. That's got seventy percents so it's not a fair comparison. Comparing standard does to standards to those standards especially younger people might be less likely to have severe disease anyway. Yes so that makes sense biologically because what's happening. Almost certainly with the astro vaccine is that the body is developing antibodies. Nobody absolutely proven. But it's actually ironically and sort of sadly developing antibodies to the chimpanzee admiral virus so the very virus that's like an uber bringing the genetic basis into the cell. The body's reacting to that so when you get the second does the second dose isn't working as well because the body's working against the actual vaccine vaccinated against the vaccine so that makes sense with the low dose because you haven't generated as many antibodies to the chimpanzee virus there for you get a really good prime with the first low does and then a good hit with a second does now there's indications that came out of the same is true of india and a sense from the ceo of astra that the results are better than you think. And the implication was that if you separate the two standard doses by three months you might get sent effectiveness now. We talked about it a little bit but that on yesterday's corona cast 'cause that's a long time between dozes and as we've seen just talking about the uk variant. We talked about the brazilian various african very very unfair to them by country. But that's the shorthand version of doing it. We're getting a quite quickly of new variants and three months between vaccines might be too long and that the virus changes between dozes and. That's the problem there.

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Experts talk about the impact of Trump’s Georgia call on the Senate runoffs

Nightline

07:05 min | 5 months ago

Experts talk about the impact of Trump’s Georgia call on the Senate runoffs

"Thanks for joining us. The president is peddling baseless claims of election fraud. This time over a leaked phone call to a republican election official fueling a new political firestorm as georgia prepares for a pivotal runoff election. That may reshape. The nation's balance of power. Here's abc's steve olson. Saami it's the last push in the final hours before the us senate runoff election in georgia in the candidates in their parties. Biggest names are working overtime to convince enough voters to punch their ticket to washington our countries depending on you powers learn your head more than three million people. George already cast ballots in early voting. That took place in december. A million more than the total turnout for the last run off in two thousand eight. The choice is between republican incumbent. Senator kelly lovelier david purdue and democratic hopefuls. Jon saw and raphael warnock. The war for the majority of the senate comes down to georgia dish here and we need you all of us to stay in that breach. It looks like y'all ready for election five calls or texts today about voting. We'll keep the liberals away. It is time to vote like we have never voted before georgia. Each of them has been trying desperately to get their voters to show up at the polls second time never before has a runoff election in this state met so much it will determine who is in charge of the. Us senate sets the agenda. Who sets the policy with control of the senate on the line. People far away from georgia are all wound up in the states businesses from the white house. Twitter fight like hell. I'll tell you right to hollywood. Work isn't done. Everybody matters who wins. Get out and vote the outrage over a stunning phone. Call between the president and georgia's secretary of state. That's all the talk the night before the election. I just wanna find eleven thousand. Seven hundred eighty. You hear the president repeatedly asking brad rapids burger to give him more votes than biden's eleven thousand seven hundred and seventy nine vote lead in georgia and the hour. Long call lip brad. I gotta get. I have to find twelve thousand votes. And i have them times a lot to. What are we gonna do here. But i only need eleven thousand votes us. I need eleven thousand bucks. Give me a break. And and i'm not looking to blame anybody. I'm not just saying that you know under new cows and under new views of of the election results we won the election but rams burger who seek threats to his life over. All of this said no way. And there's nothing wrong with saying that you know that you've recalculated for mr president determines that you have is the data you have is wrong. You should want to have an accurate election. And you're a republican. We believe what we have an accident election. The georgia secretary of state continue to reject the president's wild claims of election fraud on good morning america. Did you consider it a lawful requests and the president asks you to find the votes lawyer. All i know is that we're going to follow the law. Follow the process truth matters. And we've been fighting these rumors for last two months. There are many who believe that it is no accident. That president trump is focused. Many of his claims a fraud on fulton county the largest in the state. It isn't just a blue county. It's also a largely black county and the president is being accused of trying to overturn the minority vote. Probably county is totally corrupt. They cheated like nobody's ever cheated before later. In the call. President trump even suggests that by refusing to hand the president. The november election robbins burger was hurting the chances of republicans running in the runoff. And because what you've done to the president a lot of people are going out to vote you would be respected if really respected if this could be straightened out before the election you have a big election coming up on tuesday. What's happening in georgia is a perfect storm. It is a telenovela in the making. It's gotta be confusing for republican georgia voters to hear that the elections in georgia and trustworthy at our fraudulent and have been manipulated and then wondered. Ask themselves well. Then why should i bother to tonight. President trump is still holding onto his false claims of fraud and still talking poorly about state. Officials were literally speaking truth to power. There's no way we lost your. This will be here a year and a half. And i'm going to be campaigning against your governor. And you're crazy secretary of state. We are a party of law. and order. georgia's lieutenant governor jeff dunkin who's both a republican and a trump supporter says. He wishes someone at the white house could have kept the president from making that phone. Call right before the election. What do you think about the possibility of folks looking into whether or not. The president broke a law with that phone call. I'm not a lawyer. So i'm going to let the lawyers go figure that out but i am qualified to tell you that that was an inappropriate phone. Call the longer that we try to use the excuse of voter fraud and misinformation to be the reason why we lost this presidential election. The longer it's gonna take for us to build our next platform. Duncan is part of a group of republicans. Who run this state. And we'll tell you to your face. That joe biden won the election here in that saying. So it's what's right. This is all about trust. I've got to look in the mirror. But more importantly i've got look at my three boys in the face. I spent all day trying to tell them to do the right thing. Always do the right thing. I can't imagine walking in that house one night and telling them yeah. I know i couldn't do the right thing. Today was on me. The forty five year old says. He's confident his two candidates can win despite the drama from pennsylvania avenue. I can't think of a single scenario where that phone call for. Sixty two plus minutes made any sort of difference in in getting david purdue and kelly leffler reelected but hopefully there's enough republicans at hang on tomorrow to show up and vote them in and represent our values. Historically democrats rarely win runoff elections in georgia. It's hard to get voters on the blue team to vote twice but former gubernatorial candidate stacey. Abrams says this is the year of the donkey. The national attention national investment as well as having a georgia infrastructure we were able to build a coalition in november. Is going to help come close to victory if not take it all the way. Abrams believes that her teams found the key to winning. We certainly were one of the most diverse battleground states but that diversity is only opportunity if we don't do the work to harness it. We were able to bring together. A latino population who's voting presence. Increased by seventy two percent over two thousand sixteen for asian american pacific islanders. It was a ninety one percent increase for african americans. It was a twenty percent increase.

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Three neat venture rounds, and Alibaba’s latest

Equity

04:45 min | 8 months ago

Three neat venture rounds, and Alibaba’s latest

"All right. So talking about the weekend well, here's what's up as the American election looms and the holidays beckon things kind of slowed down this weekend. Now, it's a little bit soon to say that this is the new normal, but certainly, it felt more like a traditional late October weekend if that makes sense. So posts covering new rounds where little bit light there wasn't a lot of news. There wasn't a big acquisition that drove the Monday morning chat cycle so here. Are Some things that did happen that really do matter but I think we can all exhale just a little bit as we head into the second half of October. So according to TECH WRENCH DOT com, you may have heard of it. alibaba group is going to spend about three point six dollars to take a controlling stake in Sun art. One of China's largest big box supermarket chains after transaction is complete, alibaba will own about seventy two percent of art this calm i. Because the Amazon wholefoods I, mean this seems to be relatively similar. What's interesting is Alibaba actually invest in son are back in two, thousand, seventeen million just under three billion for just over a third of the company. Now, this matters because that's part of Alibaba's quote new retail strategy new retail kind of blurs the lines between online and offline commerce. This should sound pretty familiar to all of us have seen Amazon, to this inside of its now big buck stores and other people are trying to do curbside pickup even small businesses it appears. That like this e commerce world that we all think everything's going to become we'll still have a larger physical footprint than we probably anticipated. So Fun to see what China is doing. Think about, what happens our marcus down the road Alibaba out a lot of money even during relatively bad economic times worth catching up on and it kind of good news this morning space x fired another sixty satellites into the sky as part of its starlink project to speak at all really moved the boonies when Musk and company done bring internet? Everywhere. So turn to funding around this morning, our bread and butter I found a few really really cool ones despite the talk of a slowing new cycle anyways in no particular. Here are three start ups that are funny runs out that are worth checking into if you have the time. We're GONNA START WITH API, which is a I F I. M printers pronounced eight five new they have announced a fourteen point five million dollar round this morning the company is calling this a pre series b according to crunch base news, which sounds like a series a. plus maybe a series B. minus or really just called a series B.. It's fourteen point five, million dollars any investors in the round include qualcomm ventures, serve ventures, translink capital, and a new investor clinic quench base news called Plum. I never heard of plum alley or serve adventures just goes to show how many theses firms there are out there right now, all that. Aside, what does if I do? Well, they build checkout free experiences for consumers. Essentially, they allow other folks to build and operate autonomous stores. So my read is like this Amazon go but for everybody crunch news post up on this, according to that article, fourteen stores from a fire in the market lots more coming off of capital here. Exciting to see the Sir Technology Spread more broadly I'm not entirely sold on it yet. But of course, always hard to know what's going to be the future and a lot of people are betting that this is that next up, we have law Maddox, a San, Diego based startup that is building software for lawyers kind of marketing crm. Suffer Lawyers. It has raised two point, five million dollars in seed funding always nice seen actually seed funding sized seed round very rare in twenty twenty. Why do we care about this? Well, we've known that for a couple of years vertical sats, which is software aimed at one particular slice of the market one particular. Law or like gardening has been pretty hot for a while. So why not this lawyers have money target them take some of that money gee-gee funding round was led by any act ventures forefront venture partners, and then of course, rebel ventures and bridge venture partners took part I know about half of those firms again. So many VC firms out there kind of crazy according to TC. A big part of what law maddox wants to do was help automate marketing tasks for law firms to big part of their business of nurture clients to the backslapping handshaking. Stuff really does matter even in the digital realm and like you said, alerts have money. So this round probably GonNa work out pretty well law maddox. And for a third run, we're GONNA leave the US and talk about cheaper which raised twelve million dollars. Now I try to proud correctly on the show because it's respectful. In this case, it's H. I. E. R., which is not chipper nor is it Go cheaper best shot. anyways. This is an ECOMMERCE platform for merchants in Latin America it series a was raised from wind ventures and two groups called Montes and Kosic ventures. The startup claims his built quote, the largest brand never of digitized corner stores in Latin

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AT&T DSL Era Comes to an End

Daily Tech News Show

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

AT&T DSL Era Comes to an End

"At and T. has stopped taking new orders for DSL service in the United States as it begins to phase out that service that leaves some people without an option though report from the communication workers of America National Digital Inclusion Alliance notes that at and T. has deployed fiber to the home in twenty eight percent of households in its territory. As of June, two, thousand nineteen and it slowed rollout down. So it hasn't added much sense at and T. does offer a fiber copper hybrid to about seventy two percent of households in its territory at and T. continues to fall behind cable ISP's with fifteen point two million Internet subscribers compared to comcast twenty nine, point four, million and charters. Twenty eight point one, million.

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The American Jewish Community and the 2020 US Election

People of the Pod

09:44 min | 10 months ago

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.

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Why COVID-19 poses a special risk during pregnancy

Science Magazine Podcast

07:04 min | 11 months ago

Why COVID-19 poses a special risk during pregnancy

"As it seems kind of to always the case these days there are a lot of open questions about corona virus and something else. In this case it's pregnant women like are these women at greater risk for more severe infections can the virus infected fetus? How likely is transmission at birth from an infected mother Maribeth? I know you don't have answers to all these questions but let's start with what are some solid trends at this point. For example are pregnant women more at risk if they're infected, it seems to be the case that they are although the data is very incomplete given though what the consequences are from a severe infection, it's really better to err on the side of caution and assume that. Yes, they are at increased risk and that wouldn't be totally surprising because it's known from our understanding of other respiratory viruses that women can get much more severe infections and have worse outcomes. That's particularly well established for influenza and it's thought to be the case for SARS Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome. That's caused by a similar virus. That's a close cousin of the new corona virus. There are a couple of biological factors that point to why this might be the case particularly how the immune system changes during pregnancy. How might that contribute to more severe infections? The immune system in pregnancy is like a moving target it's constantly adjusting HASTA. Hit this tricky balance of still repelling foreign invaders but not rejecting the fetus, which after all half of the fetus is not from mom and might look foreign to the immune system and what can happen is that things get outta whack perhaps there are worse infections than might have otherwise been the case. At the same time we know that the new corona virus causes really severe inflammation in particularly serious cases of infection. And if the mother's immune system is also active as it is in pregnancy, it's possible. Some experts think that this. Piles on with additional inflammation and that you get a worse situation than you would have had had mom not been pregnant. So it's not well understood but it's thought that there can be unhealthy interplay pregnancy also puts stress on the long Lewis and the cardiovascular system these are both too targets of Kobe eighteen. How is the body affected by pregnancy in such a way that the lungs cardiovascular system are harmed and how does Cova nineteen effect the lungs cardiovascular system sure. Will you imagine if the woman particularly as she goes into later pregnancy in the fetus larger and larger has decreased breathing room That is GonNa, make any respiratory infection in which you're breathing capacity is being affected by the infection itself. That's going to double down and make it even tougher to adequately oxygen at your blood. You basically have less room to breathe right and that's a serious impediment. If you're already sort of breathing at bat reduced level and then you have a virus causing an infection that is filling some of your breathing space with fluid, you can imagine how you could get into serious trouble quite quickly. What about the cardiovascular issues and how does that interact with the new corona virus? Well there's a couple of things one just the amount of work I mean the body. So amazing women pump by the time they're in late pregnancy, fifty percent more blood than they normally have. So there's a ton of blood circulating and that can lead to lots of fluid exiting into the lungs and making a bad problem worse, and then we know that the virus cannon does have bad effects on the heart and blood vessels which are already under strain because of the pregnancy. So again, the virus is potentially aiding and making worse this part that's kind of punching at the. Top of its weight already, there's a final effect that's not fully understood and not fully pin down, but it's known that the corona virus causes increased clotting in some patients. The blood has more of a tendency to clot will guess what in pregnancy the blood already has more of a tendency to plot. So now you layer an increased tendency to clot on top of an increased tendency to clot, and you can see where women can also get into trouble with clotting, which independently been a problem in serious of covid nineteen. We just talked about how the virus pregnancy my. Interact in a negative way. What is the evidence for the fact that women fare worse when pregnant and infected with a new coronavirus will there was a much notice steady that came out of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention late in June that showed that pregnant women with Cova. Did were up to fifty percent more likely to end up in intensive care and seventy percent more likely to end up needing a breathing machine. Then they're infected but non-pregnant peers. Now there, there's some caveats to that study number one they were not more likely to die which is reassuring. Number two even though this was a lot of pregnant women that CDC looked at about ninety, one thousand, it was only twenty eight percent of all the women of reproductive age that have had covert and have had their covert reported to. CDC, through early June. Why is that? Because these reports have a box that say check pregnancy status? Yes pregnant no not pregnant and many many basically seventy, two percent of the reports that CDC received came in without either. Box, checked, and so they couldn't use that data and that makes the study quite incomplete. There's a more comprehensive but much smaller study that was published by the public. Health Agency of Sweden into lie and it found that the women who were pregnant for landing in ICU, at six times the rate of non-pregnant women what's unique about this study is captured. All ICU. Missions in. Sweden and it used Disa- dominator, all non-pregnant and all pregnant women of reproductive. Agents Sweden. This study was very small however in the end only thirteen corona virus, infected pregnant women, and forty non-pregnant infected women were admitted to Swedish I see us in the timeframe of the study.

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Heaven and Hell with Bart Ehrman

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

05:44 min | 1 year ago

Heaven and Hell with Bart Ehrman

"Hey welcome to stuff to blow your mind. My name is Robert Lamb and I'm Joe McCormick and this week. We are going to be featuring a couple of interviews. That I recorded last week because last week Robert, you were out of quote, the office you or at least you off work for a bit and so so I recorded conversations with authors of some books one book. That's already out this year in one book. That's coming up so on Thursday of this week. We're going to be airing a conversation that I had with the author of A. A fascinating upcoming book about the evolutionary biology of cancer, but today we're going to be exploring topic in the realm of ancient history and religion. If you've followed us for a while, I think you probably know this about us that one of our favorite kind of trails to go down his tracing the evolution of religious ideas through ancient history I mean I think I've outed myself on this podcast before. As a the kind of nonreligious person who loves the Bible. Can I love to read ancient religious texts and learn about them and see how the ideas from. From the ancient world of super filtered through to us today and shape to the societies we live in, and that's exactly the kind of thing. We're GONNA be diving into in this episode I'm talking with a secular Biblical historian named Bart Erman about his most recent book, which is called Heaven and hell a history of the afterlife. This book was released in March of this year by Simon. And Schuster, and it's all about the Christian ideas of life after death where they come from ancient history, what influence their development and how they changed over time so? So there was a part that cited in the intro of Bart's book where he talks about a pew research poll that was conducted a few years ago. I think. Maybe it was in two thousand fifteen. Where it found that seventy two percent of Americans believe in a literal heaven and fifty eight percent believe in literal hell, and yet I think most Americans would be deeply surprised, even shock to learn what historians can show about the origins of these beliefs in the strange thing. Is that like the historical conclusions that Bart's GonNa talk about in this episode? Are Not fringe or unusual among secular scholars of the Bible, in historians of the ancient Near East This is utterly mainstream, critical scholarship, and yet I think regular people are especially in the united. States, are going to find it very surprising. Yeah, absolutely, and I want to stress something here for everybody, so I just got back. To work this morning and I plugged into a pre production cut of this interview and it's really it's really excellent, so if you're even slightly scared away by the idea of an interview with a secular biblical scholar don't be because Barda is tremendous. He's he's funny. Very High Energy. I think you're really going to enjoy this chat. Joe Had with Bart here. Yeah, parts full of knowledge, good humor passion for his subject. I think you're really going to enjoy the episode, but before we can do it I'll just give a little bit of background on Bart's here's his biography Bart. D Ehrman is a leading authority on the New Testament and the history of early Christianity, and the author or editor of. Of more than thirty books, including the New York Times bestsellers misquoting Jesus, how Jesus became God, and the triumph of Christianity, and that last one's really interesting. It's about how Christianity took over the Roman Empire and went from a really small religion, too dominant religion of the empire, and just a matter of a few centuries anyway, so he is a distinguished professor of religious studies, the University of North Carolina Chapel, Hill and he. He has created eight popular audio and video courses for the great courses. He has been featured in time. The New Yorker The Washington Post and has appeared on NBC CNN and the daily show with Jon Stewart as well as the history channel National Geographic Channel BBC NPR, all the hits his most recent book is Heaven and Hell just one more thing before we get into it I. WanNa mention obviously we are dealing with. With the audio constraints of of remote recording in the age of Covid, nineteen, so for example around the twelve minute mark in the episode there is briefly some background noise that sounds like a fan was turned on or some rain. It only lasts for about a minute or so, and so please just put up with a little bit of background noise, and it's very brief I promise. It's not the sounds of hell right. Now audio recordings of the underworld leaking up through some sort of mining microphone right? The well to hell was not unleashed office. So yeah, I would say without any further ado. Let's jump right in. Bardem and welcome to the PODCAST. Thanks so much for joining us today. Yes, thanks for having me so your Book Heaven and Hell I just finished reading yesterday, and I I really really enjoyed it. and I want to say that I started reading this book. It very opportune time because though I didn't plan it this way. I'm also currently in the middle of rereading. Rereading the divine comedy, actually my wife and I are reading it together and of course, the divine comedy Dante his wonderful poetry, but it's also psychologically fascinating because when you go through the theology of Dante, you get the sense of somebody who is simultaneously ingenious and thoughtful, and in some ways very intellectually bold and open minded for his historical context, but in other ways. Dante's also very limited and provincial in a word medieval like the way you see him taking so much pleasure in designing horrific tortures for his enemies from these. Petty Thirteenth Century political struggles in Italy. Working with ancient religious texts do you find yourself encountering? This kind of irony embodied within the same author or traditional lot

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Poll: About 7 in 10 white evangelicals approve of Trump

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Poll: About 7 in 10 white evangelicals approve of Trump

"A new poll shows about seven in ten white evangelicals approval president trump a new survey from the nonpartisan pew research center shows about seven in ten white evangelical Protestants approve of how president Donald Trump is handling his job that's support from a cornerstone of his political base has remained strong following a polarizing church visit any Supreme Court ruling on LGBT discrimination that disheartened some conservatives trump seventy two percent approval among white evangelicals in June represents a fall of six percentage points since a similar survey two months ago the survey's findings are in line with the ball in his general approval among all Americans which declined from forty four percent in April to thirty nine percent in June I'm Walter Ratliff

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14 people fatally shot over weekend in Chicago

Chicago Tonight

05:02 min | 1 year ago

14 people fatally shot over weekend in Chicago

"With more on proposed solutions to the spike in gun violence brandis. Paris by any standard June has been a brutal month for gun violence in Chicago this past weekend alone fourteen people were shot to death in Chicago, including two young children one year old, sincere Gaston in Inglewood and ten year old Lena, numerous and Logan Square this morning. Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown spoke about the weekend's violence. are struggled to make sense. Of the reckless gun violence. That continues to take the lives. Of Our young people. Throughout the city. The guns and the cowart. These evil bastards. Behind those guards. Caused the senseless loss. Of Life of life over the past weekend. Tonight as part of WTO firsthand initiative exploring gun violence in Chicago, we take a closer look at what's happening this summer in the city and efforts to curb the violence and he'll communities joining us are Vanessa Perry to reef director of training at the Metropolitan Peace Academy, which trains street outreach workers, Mauricio de as a west side street outreach worker for. Chicago and Ramon Hooks a southside street outreach worker for target area. Development, corporation, Mr Hooks, and Mr which say just graduated from the Metropolitan Police Academy last week. Congrats to the both of you on that and thanks to all of you for joining us. So. Let's let's talk a little bit about the difference in. The some of the numbers from June. Twenty, nineteen to June twenty twenty, so comparing the same time period, June first and June. Twenty second there were two hundred twelve shootings in two thousand, nineteen, compared to three hundred and sixty six shootings in the same time period this year, that's an increase of one hundred and fifty four shootings seventy two percents, if percentages helps, which sounds very significant. Ramon. Let's start with you. Please you do street outreach work in the communities that are most affected by violence. What are your thoughts on why this June has been so violent? Besides the fact that the pandemic that we all been locked down and don't say it has a is. There's no one thing. The fan damage being locked down the social media people been on now making up these coming up with different types of our, no, saying Argh, with people might comment on somebody's Beige, and they don't like it, and you know what I'm saying in his old historical beefs. You know saying India's newbies when someone is shot now. You got a whole nother B is is there's no one thing you know what I'm saying is like we find it all fronts right now. You know what I'm saying. We are here at dawn. Best can and I'm telling week. Is A new. Every day. What are what are your thoughts on why? This June is so violent? Ramon pandemic, just having just these speaking, you know whoever it is. The quarantine the current teeth, keeping people. You don't secluded their. You know their thoughts running you. Everything's. You know bodily. No put them there. WanNa go out, so it's the same thing with the social media. Everything at all comes together because. On the social media especially right during this foreign team is exceeded of past I mean everything goes for one somebody CDs not on I'll reach workers. We try to do what we cannot social lead us to the best of our knowledge, and to get information on there, but one fantasies are part. We can again no more than that so when they come outside especially right now through this space forward. They're getting Tacoma side just a little bit and get the taste of this warm air. People just don't know how to act and then DC one or not in the street and all. This! And we'll have a number. A number of children have been among the victims this month. We've all covered this journalists for some time. was there not code at some point you know between you know for example if you're out on the streets, and you see a member of the opposition with family members. To with hold your fire until they are alone. Did that code not exist and what happened to it, Mauricio. Along generation after generation kids and you know they came about to where they just don't. Like I I look at it, you know they don't respect the code. No more. There's no more law. There's no more respect for the families for children very now it's just about being gung Ho, and whoever's went you? They're going to get shower too, and I. Don't know where it is wh. Where did he? To shoot anybody which you know like. As a former gang member, it was like you didn't do that. You couldn't do none a day couldn't do nothing night. Then you know, and that's breaking respect, and now it's just it's just

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"seventy two percent" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"seventy two percent" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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"seventy two percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"seventy two percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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"seventy two percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"seventy two percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"A formula from purity products addresses the signs well certainly when we look in the mirror when we see it well but they were twin brothers if we're looking one of the agents faster than the other how do we know that and we're looking at our hair we're looking at our skin how smooth it is you're losing HA that's what your body's telling you how do you get it back just think there is a way and purity products taking all the risk out all of the issues about you coming up with the dollars and everything they just wanted to try because we're talking about replacing an all natural molecule in your body you can take this thousands have been so that they've pioneered the way you need to be added to the list if you're taking with consummate will try HA and you're going to find the kind of results that we're talking about here on the air and you can do it without any arrests all you're going to do is help purity products a little bit of the cost and you are going to get a bottle of this new age a joint formula with this new Hydroxycut molecule as well into it to help trigger your body to make more HA losing HA an aging are equivalent to the same thing how do you get it back how do you get this wonderful youth molecule. there certainly is one of the daily on what's right the fountain of youth the body is seventy two percent water but it needs to be held into a cushion in jail no this isn't gonna cause water retention no it doesn't increase any kind of problems like that it's all natural you had a lot more when you were young you just need to get a little bit of it back I know the more that I say good about this people find it unbelievable okay bill sorry thank you for joining us I appreciate it let me about that special one last time before.

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"seventy two percent" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"seventy two percent" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"A formula from purity products addresses the signs well certainly when we look in the mirror when we see it well but they were twin brothers if we're looking one of us ages faster than the other how do we know that and we looking at are here we're looking at our skin how smooth it is you're losing HA that's what your body's telling you how do you get it back just think there is a way and purity products taking all the risk out all of the issues about you coming up with the dollars and everything they just wanted to try because we're talking about replacing an all natural molecule in your body you can take this thousands handout and so that they've pioneered the way you need to be added to the list if you're taking with consummate we'll try HA and you're going to find the kind of results that we're talking about here on the air and you can do it without any arrests all you're going to do is help purity products a little bit of the cost if you are going to get a bottle of this new age eight joint formula with this new hydroxyl all kill as well into it to help trigger your body to make more HA losing HA an aging are equivalent to the same thing how do you get it back how do you get this wonderful youth molecule there certainly is one hundred daily own was right the fountain of youth the body is seventy two percent water but it needs to be held into a cushioning gel no this isn't gonna cause water retention no it doesn't increase any kind of problems like that it's all natural you had a lot more when you were young you just need to get a little bit of it back I know the more that I say good about this people find it unbelievable okay sorry thank you for joining us I appreciate it let me about that special one last time before we.

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"seventy two percent" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"seventy two percent" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"A formula from purity products addresses the signs well certainly when we look in the mirror when we see it well but they were twin brothers if we're looking one of us ages faster than the other how do we know that and we're looking at our hair we're looking at our skin how smooth it is you're losing HA that's what your body's telling you how do you get it back just think there is a way and purity products taking all the risk out all of the issues about you coming up with the dollars and everything they just wanted to try because we're talking about replacing a all natural molecule in your body you can take that thousands have and so they've pioneered the way you need to be added to the list if you're taking with consummate we'll try HA and you're going to find the kind of results that we're talking about here on the air and you can do it without any risk all you're going to do is help Kerry products a little bit of the cost and you are going to get a bottle of this new age a joint formula with this new Hydroxycut all kill as well into it to help trigger your body to make more HA losing HA an aging are equivalent to the same thing how do you get it back how do you get this wonderful youth molecule there certainly is one of the daily on what's right the fountain of youth the body is seventy two percent water but it needs to be held into a cushioning gel no this isn't gonna cause water retention no it doesn't increase any kind of problems like that it's all natural you had a lot more when you were young you just need to get a little bit of it back I know the more that I say good about this people find it unbelievable okay bill sorry thank you for joining us I appreciate it let me about that special one last time before.

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"seventy two percent" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"seventy two percent" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Next week not this week. He's going to have to announce that, hey, we're going to be we're going to post pain that because the closer we get to March. I though more volatile markets are going to get if we don't get any kind of real news about what is happening in trade. So the president's going to have to do that at some point in time and just say, hey, look, we're going to wait another month, or whatever it might be. So hopefully, that's that's what we'll see happening. The U K obviously positive right now are not the UK. I'm sorry. The euro-zone positive right now. We'll see if that can continue. We are worried about the global economy, and what is going to happen. I think Brexit is very much in focus. That's another thing that caused the markets to drop if we don't get US trade, obviously that that will as as well. So we've got a lot of just a various uncertainties. There's a lot of uncertainties in the euro-zone around the financial sector. I was amazed to see the at the open opening of the your European markets to see financials leading the way I was shocked by that banks leading away. It's like holy mackerel. What were what's wrong with these people? But apparently, they're blowing off potential concerns and problems in the banking sector. I think that's the wrong. But it is what it is. So we'll wait and see. But hopefully, the other thing is this week Friday is the deadline. President Trump came out and said look one way or another. These are his words one way or another. There's going to be a wall. In other words, if it's in the deal, or it's out of the deal or whatever. Now, the Democrats with a seventy two percent. Approval rate on building the wall. According to the ABC poll after the state of the union speech to the Democrats who really want President Trump by hymns sell not the party, but President Trump by himself to get all the credit for keeping our country safe. That's where they're headed. So one's gotta believe they're going to come up with the deal. They're going to have to do it today or tomorrow, they gotta be scrambling to come up with a deal that is including a barrier to make them happy. So we gotta think that a deal was coming. It's gotta happen by the end of this week. Will they wait till the eleventh hour, of course, they will. But it sounds like President Trump at this point. It's not going to shut the government down. But he's going to build a wall. So. We'll send you. All right. We've got our Agra coming up. The ACA commodities get a little bit more focused than normal as they should be Craig Albert are Agra.

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"seventy two percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"A huge number back from a seventy two percent correction you have to like make almost. Three hundred percent on your next back to even right so the big thing is just to be not sitting. Through things, that are going through seventy two percent corrections and so by watching the market looking at, the charts, you, kind of, a boy those big downturns you cut your losses you have risk management rules. And? Your analysis, can be wrong things can change things can be. Different and you won't get to hurt that's, the biggest thing have you. Been. Surprised. About the resilience of the stock market whatever the index is you want to choose. In light of the trade announcements that have occurred in the first Six and, a half months of the year I've been shocked with the resilience for years now I mean forget. The trade wars here again this is where I, really had to kind of. Put my, personal opinions to the side just looking at what the market was doing. You know we have this huge move I mean really if you think about it from two thousand nine we've had the NASDAQ composite, has had maybe a couple times where it's gone down. Twenty percent off its high and even then it like happens. For about five minutes you know what happened in two thousand eleven when there were global. Recession fears I think maybe there was like a little mini flash crash in two thousand fifteen August two thousand. Fifteen where it might have happened, I thought that we, were due for more serious, correction for a. Long time and I. Was completely wrong so what am I going to do my. Going to just. Play flag and say no I'm I'm right and I'm. Going to wait to. The market to agree with me or I'm going to look? And see what the market is actually doing and adjust what I'm doing based on what the market is doing Reality so. Same, thing here with the trade years my opinion is not nearly as important as what the market does in reaction and right now it's. Certainly not, giving me the feeling of. Oh let's, be very aggressive because of that uncertainty and you know, all I mean we've had uncertainty putting entire year two thousand eighteen you know we're, we're kind of out that, halftime report right now two thousand eighteen is a very. Different year in two thousand seventeen almost no volatility the s. and p.. Five. Hundred barely corrected what like I think three point four percent was the biggest correction yes seventeen had low volatility and like I did. Not have more than a you're right I think not more than four percent move in either direction and. It was a pretty big year was up to five hundred was up twenty percent, so, usually and again. This is just going back historically usually when you have a strong, your life that and the volatility kind of dries up like that usually you're next year it might be positive but it's not as strong You know things tend to kind of have. A little, bit of mean reversion you have a strong year. Is not, always, followed by another strong year when that starts happening. Then you get kind of overblown and you get into kind of bubble mentality that, we saw like in the nineteen ninety s or even at the very end of two thousand seven and that's. Just. Not where where we're at right now we'll get back to our interview, with Justin. Nielsen.

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"seventy two percent" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two percent" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"And he says guys do you think it was hanky is at seventy two percent do you think the colangelo story was about hanky and so this no wait a minute i'm not dumbing keep everyone updated on the poll hold on a second as that happens okay we've finally we break down the barrier of ignorance and selfabsorption thank you and say to stu gods stu gods were asking you which sound you want on save it and his immediate pivot after a lifetime doing this as kyw's really you don't know what my take on this yet and that's fair that's fair criticism from him here mo at that point was cited was to god's he's like you know what they we know we've known this creature for long enough so go bike play this and they wanted without asking him and we all know what the take is going to be let's do it let's play one of our old in greatest i wish to change i don't think it should be our main exchange rope five we agree in the sec at these meetings that we're going to have free agency in our league and everybody can go wherever they want to go when they graduate matched what's best for the game and i think that's what we should do than brandon candidate can go wherever he wants to go but if we don't do that why is it on me because we have a conference in that says he can't do it and he can't do it but he's supposed to sit out for you so why is it on me.

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"seventy two percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Looks like gel on everyone knows you put some jello in the refrigerator in the water separates out after a time and that's what's happening in our body we're losing the water holding molecule ha the body is seventy two percent water and as we lose this the connective tissue that connects all of ourselves begins to lose its water it separates out and then we begin to lose the substance the scaffolding the the support structure that holds our body together and of course we being into wrinkle we shrivel up we lose an inch our height we we see the brain shrivels up in the eye and so on all of these things occur with age and you know ponsa daily on was looking for a youth molecule and he wanted to find it in of course the fountain of youth the water and of course i want everyone to think of having something like a jello type of a water balloon filled with jello or one filled with water which one do you want you want the one filled with jello because it's still firm but soft and cushioned and that's the way our bodies are when we're young babies but as age goes on we're gonna lose it we're gonna see the wrinkles the thinning hair here we're going to see our joints lose their flexibility we're just telling people that after thousands of people have tried this if you're taking lukasz amine supplements it took thirteen years for doctors to adopt glue casa mean sulfate it's a regular dietary supplement now drugstores health food stores people ask me well why hasn't my doctor told me about hi laurent gasset well it took thirteen years frugal casa me it'll be on the front page of time magazine it's just gonna take time and it'll get there because patients are gonna take this their their doctors and pointed out as they did glucose amee the revolution starts with patient you've written a great deal about the role of acid in the body's connective tissues how does h a work in the joints and the connective tissues it's a natural cushioning agent and pat we're talking about between the bones it also surrounds the nerves there's a sciatic nerve there's an owner nerve there's a carpal tunnel nerve all of these.

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"seventy two percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And of course this isn't a drug it's a dietary supplement meant to of course support healthy joint health as we think of it now bill you said recently the h a revolution is underway more and more people are using it tell us why aj is such a breakthrough and what exactly can do for people i think the brick and the mortar analogy is probably the best for everybody to understand it there are bricks and our body the cells there's mortar in between and the mortar is the college now within the college not the collagen itself vitamin c makes college but within that collagen there's moisturizing agent that looks like gel on everyone knows you put some jello in the refrigerator in the water separates out after a time and that's what's happening in our body we're losing the water holding molecule ha the body is seventy two percent water and as we lose this the connective tissue that connects all of ourselves begins to lose its water it separates out and then we begin to lose the substance the scaffolding the the support structure that holds our body together and of course we being gin to wrinkle we shrivel up we lose an engine our heights we we see the brain shrivels up in the eye and so on all of these things occur with age and you know ponsa daily own was looking for a youth molecule and he wanted to find it in of course the fountain of youth the water and of course i want everyone to think having something like a jello type of a water balloon filled with jello or one filled with water which one do you want you want the one filled with jello because it's still firm but soft and cushioning and that's the way our bodies are when we're young babies but as age goes on we're gonna lose it we're gonna see the wrinkles the thinning hair we're going to see our joints lose their flexibility we're.

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"seventy two percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Has been tweeting about special prosecutor robert muller today saying in the past he's record just to buy witch hunt yesterday and today mentioning muller by name some senators from his own party or saying he should not even be thinking about firing muller vladimir putin nobody's surprise has been elected to serve a four six year term seventy two percent of the vote israel has destroyed what is called hamas attack tunnel as tensions rise on the gaza the white house issued a directive today calling for drug needs to receive the death penalty part of the president's fight against opioid addiction global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg paul thanks we're rejoined now in hong kong by bloomberg's chief economics correspondent in car into thanks for hanging in there and let's talk about the g twenty just been taking a little trip down memory lane army we're twenty fourteen we had the g twenty here in australia and there was a commitment extracted then for an extra two percentage points added to global growth and given the reputation of these summits for never achieving a great deal we all had a bit of a laugh about that but it looks as if perhaps the twenty sixth seeded and maybe a little too well right well it's an interesting point poll certainly departed economy has improved the question is how much of it was down to g twenty and how much was down to that commitment we know that grows is taken off that's largely in the back of a global technology boom as smartphones are upgraded we know that the eurozone recovery's help things along quite nicely we know of course at the us is expected to juice things up with tax cuts and fiscal spending whether or not that can be traced back to twenty fourteen i guess is is a point of debate but more broadly though there is a view emerging that perhaps this is maybe a little bit too good or too hot to handle for the world economy because previous for boasts growth cycles have typically ended and something of a steep downturn and there's a concern when you look at the already sky high valuations in financial markets when you look at what's happening in real estate markets and.

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"seventy two percent" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two percent" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Push alban ramsey personality jointly for the millionaire theme hour he and the ramsay team are uh in the wrapping up stages in the combing through the data stages of the largest most comprehensive study of millionaires ever done uh just under ten thousand right now but we want to get it over 10000 spyro effort if you're out there and you're a millionaire and i you would fill out the survey forests in show which let your main are we don't wanna hear from people that aren't we want here people are when we get real data uh but go to daveramsey dot com forward slash survey and you can be part of our study we do verify this i don't call and they're trying to fake it or something uh we're not trying to create data that's bad white but we want we want such a large sample size that it's undeniable statistically it's already way over that but it just kind of odd i dunno common emotional thing to take it over ten in so daveramsey dot com for which lie survey one of the things we found chris in the survey that we already know is that seventy two percent of the millionaires that we have surveyed across all types ramsey millionaires non rooms meters meaning they listen to me or they didn't even know who i was um have used a professional investment adviser to help them build their wealth someone like a a smartvestor pro um i mean it's so important as you start down this path which you don't want to do is to to to rely on just what it is you know i want to deal with the professional someone that's tied in someone that understands what's going on but i could have a conversation i call it david someone joining your team right you you're building a team around your i talk about that my book retire inspired while i wanna get people around me that i trust that understands the goal lincoln helped me get there norma hillbilly i liked diy do it yourself uh but last week goes on ski trip and a bit down on all of it wasn't supposed to have a a a pit in it than it did and it rocastle one of my teeth off you don't one i didn't fix that too much off i wanna were saw dentist a professional that knew something i didn't know and like the real close stuff now they fix your teeth it's it's amazing.

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"seventy two percent" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two percent" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Push alden ramsey personality join me for the millionaire theme hour he and the ramsey team are uh in the wrapping up stages in the combing through the data stages of the largest most comprehensive study of millionaires ever done uh just under ten thousand right now but we want to get it over 10000 spyro effort if you're out there and you're a millionaire and i you would fill out the survey forests and show which let your main are we don't wanna hear from people that aren't we want here people are when we get real data uh but go to daveramsey dot com forward slash survey and you can be part of our study we do verify this so don't call in and try to fake it or something i am we're not trying to create data that's bad right but we want we want such a large sample size that it's undeniable statistically it's already way over that but it just kind of odd i dunno kind of an emotional thing to take it over 10000 so daveramsey dot com unfortunately survey one of the things we found chris in the survey that we already know is that seventy two percent of the millionaires that we have surveyed across all types ramsey millionaires non wrench mainers mean they listen to they didn't even know who i was um have used a professional investment adviser to help them build their wealth someone like a a smartvestor pro mmhmm i mean it's so important david as you start down this path which you don't want to do is to to to rely on just what it is you know i want to deal with a professional someone that's tied in someone that understands what's going on but i could have a conversation i call it david someone joining your team right you you're building a team around your i talk about that my book retire inspired where i want to get people around me that our trust that understands the goal lincoln helped me get there in armagh hillbilly i liked diy do it yourself but last week goes on ski trip and a bit down on an olive there wasn't supposed to have an opinion in than it did and it rohkap ornamental eighth off in a one out infix at toys myself i wanna oversaw dentist a professional that knew something i didn't know and like new real close stuff now they fix your teeth it's amazing wounded done fast i'm being thirty minutes he put up.

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"seventy two percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"In the water separates out after a time and that's what's happening in our body we're losing the waterholding molecule ha the body is seventy two percent water and as we lose their the connective tissue that connects all of our cell begins to lose its water it separates out and then we begin to lose that the substance the scaffolding the support structure that hold our body together and of course we being get into russia michael we travel up we lose an engine are height we we see the brain is shrivels up in the eye and so on all of these things occur with age in ponta daily own was working for a youth molecule and he wanted to find it in of course the fountain of youth the water and of course i want everyone to think of having something like jello a type of a water balloon filled with jello or one filled with water which one do you want you want the one filled with jello because it still firm but soft and cushioning and that's the way our bodies our one where young babies but as age goes on we're gonna lose it work going to see the wrinkle the thinning hair we're gonna see our joint flew their flexibility we're just telling people that after thousands of people who try this if you're taking luke kosh the main supplement it took thirteen years for doctors to adopt glue casa mean sulfate at the regular dietary supplement now on drugstores health who stores people ask me will why hasn't my doctor told me about highly rana catholic well it took thirteen years for will consummate it'll be on the front page of time magazine it's just going to take time and it'll get there because patients are going to take the doctors and pointed out as they did glue consummate the revolution starts with patient now bill you've written a great deal about the rule of law nick acid in the body's connective tissues how does each a work in the joints and the connective tissues it's a natural cushioning agent and pat we're talking to you about between the bone it also surrounds the.

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"seventy two percent" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two percent" Discussed on WGTK

"The refrigerator in the water separates out after a time and that's what's happening in our body we're losing the water holding molecule ha the body is seventy two percent water and as we lose this the connective tissue that connects all of ourselves that uh connects all of everything that we have begins to lose its water at separates out and then we begin to lose that the substance the scaffolding the support structure that holds our body together and of course we being given to wrinkle we shrivel up we lose an inch in our height we we see the the brain is shrivels up in the eye and so on all of these things occur with age and you know pot the daily on was looking for a youth molecule and he wanted to find it and of course the fountain of youth the water he was looking for a water fountain the body needs water but it has to hold it and of course i want everyone to think of having something like a jello uh type of a water balloon filled with jello or one filled with water which one do you what you want to one filled with jello because it still firm but soft and cushioning and that's the way our bodies our one where young babies or even a pregnant woman is loaded with this which is an example of how the ha is made more so at certain times of our life but as age goes on we're gonna lose it we're gonna see the wrinkle the thinning hair we're going to see our joints lose their flexibility we're just telling people that after thousands of people have tried this if you're taking glue casa mean supplement it took thirteen years for doctors to adopt glue casa means sulfate at the rim earlier dietary supplement now on drugstores health food stores people ask me will why have the my doctor told me about highly roddick acid well it took thirteen years for the casa me it'll be on the front page of time magazine it's just going to take time and it'll get there because patients are gonna take the doctors and pointed out as they did glucose semait the revolution starts with patients and people that have issues that want to have healthy joints skin and hair and eyes.

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"seventy two percent" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

KCMO Talk Radio

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"seventy two percent" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

"The body is seventy two percent water and as we lose this the connective tissue that connects all of our cells that uh connects all of everything that we have begins to lose its water at separates out and then we begin to lose that the substance the scaffolding the support structure that holds our body together and of course we being given to wrinkle we shrivel up we lose an inch in our height we we see the the brain uh is shrivels up in the eye and so on all of these things occur with age and you know ponta daily owned was looking for a youth molecule and he wanted a find it and of course the fountain of youth the water he was looking for a water fountain the body needs water but it has to hold it and of course i want everyone to think of having something like a jello uh type of a water balloon filled with jello or one filled with water which one do you want you want to one filled with jello because it's still firm but soft and cushioning and that's the way our bodies our when we're young babies or even a pregnant woman is loaded with this which is an example uh of the how the ha is made more so at certain times of our life but as each goes on we're gonna lose it we're gonna see the the wrinkles the thinning hair we're gonna see our joints lose their flexibility we're just telling people that after thousands of people have tried this if you're taking glue casa means supplements it took thirteen years for doctors to adopt glue casa means sulfate it's a regular dietary supplement now and drugstores health food stores people ask me will why hasn't my doctor told me about highly roenick acid well it took thirteen years for with casa me it'll be on the front page of time magazine it's just going to take time and it'll get there because patients are gonna take this to the doctors and pointed out as they did glucose i mean the revolution starts with patients sinn people that have issues and want to have healthy joints skin and hair and eyes and want to see some of these useful levels of tice restored in their body now bill you've written a great deal about the citizens body's connective tissue each work in the joints in the connective.

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"seventy two percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"seventy two percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The body is seventy two percent water and as we lose this the connective tissue that connects all of ourselves that connects all of everything that we have begins to lose its water separates out and then we begin to lose that the substance the scaffolding the the support structure that hold our body together and of course we being given to wrinkle we shrivel up we lose an inch in our height we we see the the brain is shrivels up in the eye and so on all of these things occur with age and you know ponta daily on was looking for a youth molecule and he wanted to find it and of course the fountain of youth the water he was looking for a water fountain the body needs water but it has to hold it and of course i want everyone to think of having something like a jello uh type of water balloon filled with jello or one filled with water which one do you want you want to one filled with jello because it's still firm but soft and cushioning and that's the way our bodies our one where young babies or even a pregnant woman is loaded with this which is an example of the how the ha is made more so at certain times of our life but as age goes on we're gonna lose it we're gonna see the wrinkle the thinning hair we're gonna see our joints lose their flexibility we're just telling people that after thousands of people have tried this if you're taking lukasz casa supplements the it took thirteen years for doctors to adopt glue casa me sulfate at the regular dietary supplement now on drugstores health food stores people asked me will why hasn't my doctor told me about highly rana catholic well it took thirteen years for the casa me it'll be on the front page at time magazine it's just going to take time and it'll get there because patients are going to take this the doctor and pointed out as they did glue costuming the revolution starts with patients and people that have issues and wanna have healthy joints skin and hair and eyes and wanted to see some of these useful levels of ha restored in their body now bill you've written a great deal about the rule of law nick acid in the body's connective tissues how does each a work in the joints and the.

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