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"six hundred one day" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:46 min | 8 months ago

"six hundred one day" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"W F L A Good morning. It's a M Tampa Bay on a Wednesday morning and if you want to join us, call us at 809 699352. Like to hear what's on your mind here this morning. We got every morning we get these numbers of the Tampa Bay area coronavirus deaths or the deaths attributed to it. Although Probably most of these are not from Corona virus. There. People who dive heart attacks cancer things like that. That happened to have coronavirus. S so it's impossible to tell who actually died from it. And who didn't but this is interesting again. Um, we had 20 deaths reported. And, uh, I don't quite understand this. They've got our Seven county area. There were three in Pinellas eight in Polk. One and Pascoe, foreign, Citrus and four and her Nando, which is 20 deaths recorded and that's a little better than past couple of days ahead twenty six hundred one day and 25. But here's the one that I don't quite understand. Um Hillsborough County had minus three deaths. They come back to life did Where did they have Ah Lazarus experience. Minus three. We've been through this before. I forget exactly why the number would be in the negative too, because I remember reading one time what It means that they came back with something but Maybe. If you know if you work in a hospital or something you can Call and explain what the minus three is. Or maybe the information is available in the Having many times on it. The look and see but Anyway. 20 on that number seems to be staying right up there. Unfortunately. We got another controversy on All team names. No, I had the Redskins and they changed their names to the what do they call themselves? Now? The Washington team, the football team, The Washington football, the football team. Yeah, but the Washington full Yes, the Washington football team, But their name is the football team. The football team man is that I mean, it's like something out of mad magazine or the onion or something like that. Aren't they? All the football team? Are you being serious? Yes. Oh, that's serious. No, there's about a bad joke. Wow, that's really disappointed. You don't know It's disappointing that you thought it was a joke. And you didn't like It's that bad. No, I didn't. It was just that bad that I thought you were just being like. You know what? Let's just call him the football team. That's so stupid. That is my recommendation was I remember, we went through this and people were making suggestions, and my idea was to call him the Washington senators. That's what the baseball team Used to be called, and that's a good name for a team from Washington, D. C. Where we have the U. S Senate. Do you think they gathered like a team of people and sat down and then someone finally, like a light bulb went off their head there like I got it. Let's do the football team and everyone clapped. Everyone was like, Yeah, that's a great idea What maul teams so they're gonna name it something else. But then it helps me hear the announcement of this came so late that they didn't have enough time to scramble and change. And, you know, merchandise and everything like that. So they, you're right. Katie was probably somebody like in the meantime, which is called the football team, And if you look it up on Google, it is Washington football team first in the NFC. Yes, I wonder if they have any Washington football team. Jerseys or anything like that Their mascot consider giant football was going to say, Do they have like a trademark on that? Can anybody make sure it's I want to get in on it, But anybody could do it like we're the Tampa Bay football team. Well, there's another one that's considering doing something stupid like that more get around to that later, but it's 5 46, and we go to the newsroom and Chris treatment. 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"six hundred one day" Discussed on Present Moment: Mindfulness Practice and Science

Present Moment: Mindfulness Practice and Science

11:21 min | 1 year ago

"six hundred one day" Discussed on Present Moment: Mindfulness Practice and Science

"My first film score. Which really makes you if you are musician. You know you need to sort of stay home in your need. Good Internet in order to send big files and side. Just kind of quit touring with my band And my father passed away and the anxiety went away for that first year after I got married and my my my dad died because I think the grief just took over and there's just no room for anxiety and in some ways it was a relief but in other ways I knew that there is still the suffering and it was just a different kind of suffering so it went away I went away and then it came back and then I started to really track it and I realized that it had a lot to do with like fights with my husband. I really let conflicts like eat me away and I I saw that. It wasn't just with him. It was with other people but it was always smaller. Your your your worst with your spouse right. I don't know anyone who's not but And I started to track it and I started to see that it was pretty regular in terms of like monthly and and it also made me really unsure of the future because any time something happened or we'd have some sort of fight I would think oh I should leave like that's right. I went from zero to sixty. That's where my brain went. And therefore there comes the unpredictability again and finally started talking to my anxiety. Actually a friend of mine who works with actors and she's a director she worked in some films that I scored she said. Hey kind do a really weird thing with you that with actors. It's called voice dialogue and I was like sure she's like it's based on the idea that all humans have the capacity to be all kinds of humans so in us and this is how you can get a really nice person to play killer on a movie right. Like there's there's some way to access that parts we all have killer. We all have little girl. We all have You know all these different parts and so she's like. Can I have a conversation with your anxiety and I was like okay. This sounds weird but okay and she. She basically talks a little bit but she said Hey Cheryl's anxiety like she actually talked to me as if I was by anxiety and I played along as why not. It's been almost a decade of suffering from nest and then you know. She said so exactly what he wants. And immediately without thinking it was anxiety speaking for sure. I just want her to be safe like why she doing. All these unsafe thing risky things and ever since that I was able to have compassion for an in like talent that I see it and hear it instead of trying to push it away which never obviously never worked So that led me to starting to do a little more research. I started gratitude a morning daily morning. Gratitude practice I'm on my third year of that. I started January first three years ago And doing research. Because I'm a science dork at hearts I did a little more. Science Research in that led me to You know training your brain to not look for the bad things. I'm one of those people that can walk into a room and see everything that's broken and if nothing broken all break something just so. I can saw the gratitude practice in noticing like great things in your day so I write down three things. I'm grateful for and then I also write down my favorite moment from the past twenty four hours in order to now. I go around my damn. This might be my thing. I write tomorrow morning. Oh this might be the thing tomorrow. The the the good things. I'm looking more for the good. And that led me to learning more about Yoga and meditation and so now I'm on. Yesterday was day six hundred and one of every single day doing at least a minimum of five minutes. Yoga five minutes of meditation in the morning. After right the journal. Sometimes I'll do an hour of each. That's not super but it's a little rare And so two months. After starting the daily Meditation Practice I had my lasting attack. That was six hundred zero. So six hundred one minus sixty days. That's that's how that's how much I now really got that. Mindfulness and being aware of myself and being able to me being the the the person who sees me and not needing from my husband nurse from someone else because that that desperation met need is so it makes it made me feel very powerless which also gave the anxiety a lot more power so now that I can find my own power. These ideas like hanging out still. I like I feel it. Come up every once in a while but I have so many more tools now to to manage it so interesting hearing your story and thank you for sharing that. That's going to be really hard to talk about early doing. Thank you for that openness because it is challenging and interesting to hear how gratitude later into this having gratitude practice folks listening to this podcast know that. I was introduced to gratitude practice for my friend. Molly Han. Who Does Molecules art gratitude journals about that and I was just able to share that today with co workers. Because we're on the topic of gratitude in the value of that in dealing with things like anxiety and building resiliency so it was real time. And so you mentioned that you've been on six hundred plus days of. Doing Yoga and imitation practice. I'm wondering if you'd be one to describe. What does that look like knowing that each as a little bit different of course but you do. What is Your Yoga practice? Look like what's the meditation look like? Yeah I am I use an APP for the Yoga called Yoga Studio and I have a couple of different. I have like a five minute short thing and then I have eleven minute one that I made that customer. You can pull all the moves and make your own little thing and then they have thirty minute. One saw this. You know whatever I feel like. I just pick one if I'm pressed for time or I got a late start. I'll do the shorter. One Saw Right in journal. I'll sit down on a yoga mat out. I have a little. We have a guest room in our house and we realized we just don't have that many guests so we put the the bed in an attic. And then I took the guest room and turn into a little yoga workout writing meditation room and my husband who still travels about six months of the year he was like a yoga. Whatever you want so As I have this room which is nice And then I have a little corner with a bunch of pillows and I'll sit down and I use the APP simple habits. I went through a bunch of different APPS. You know when I started this six hundred one days ago and It's probably more than not because I I did a couple of days. I'm head space and tried to find all the all the difference for guided meditation APPs. 'cause I knew I just sitting still wasn't going to cut it for me and I also am very competitive with myself in general so to see the little like you hit ten days. You hit fifty eight like really work for me An at like one hundred days. I'm like Oh there's there's no way I'm not going to keep doing this. I hit one hundred days so I had a small small aneurysm last year. When I went to Greece in the time change had me. Turn off my something glitched and it I I must have done my yoga when it was still the day before but even though it was the next morning and it reset my whole I was on I think in the four hundreds of days and so I wrote to the tech support. I'm like I think this is a glitch but I I definitely did it. I can tell you the sessions I did. And they got back to me and they were really lovely. They're like Oh. What are you doing in Greece? And I met a composer residency recording this new record actually for mindfulness and just in talking to their tech people how now the record and created all these affirmations spoken affirmations with them now hosted on simple habit which is so tricky to take your phone and be like. I'M GONNA morning meditation in like pick my own voice. It's really cool So I don't remember your question in the. Us How would it looks like? Yes I just sit down and I I'll I'll change what I listen to I have been getting into just listening to like Theta waves and not listening to a a guided meditation anymore. I did a sort of meditation transformational weekend last year. And I love to format that this Guy Kyle cease gave us which was really to save a thing that you're worried about just like safety to thought and your your brains with the mind speaking and then listen to the hearts response so I do that for a few minutes and then I the other one is to just say out loud or even to yourself these are. I'm feeling that feeling anxious feeling lonely. I'm feeling nervous about this thing. I'm killing US and then to say I love that and it's Kinda love on the things that I my my past. I WOULD WANNA resist so I can do a whole hour meditation just sitting thinking what. I'm worried about listen to my heart. Thinking about a concern listened to the heart thing about what I'm feeling and maybe I'm feeling totally at peace and I love and so I'll just go through and it's really that's really just the process of me seeing me and realizing that I can be the source of my own piece my own power. My own whatever and it's it's really empowering and it's it's I think it's And really nice to to sort of shift from the guided meditations from the APP which were lovely really helped me get into sitting still for six minutes. You know recognizing my Roth a little bit more and then now just having a little bit more of a relationship with myself in that time. Yeah and it's so interesting. How the there's a difference between the history in one's life of avoiding unpleasantness like anxiety. The things that may be difficult for us and the turning towards looking at these things a little more not to get to a point of overwhelmed but taking a peek. A little at a time manageable by but that turning towards is would really opens the door to climate stuff to process and working with it and making the changes that you need to whether it's each day six hundred one days of yoga meditation. That makes a huge difference after just a little bit of time with that. Yeah and you've continued to and I wanted to ask a little bit about that. So after your initial tax twenty days but you've kept up with it and maybe more than just the competitive and you want to get your numbers up because it tracks that we see that inside timer to get your scooby. Snack Gordon another star. It's there's more to come add so I'm wondering what it's been like for you. Now Pass that oil k. Kinda got this. But you're still doing what's bringing you back to the cushion practicing each day. I think that's a great question. I I think there's a couple of reasons a couple answers to it The first is that I. I've seen a difference like I didn't change you know two years ago when I started the the daily meditation. I didn't hadn't changed my diet at any point I hadn't changed. My husband didn't change like you know there wasn't anything that was you know. We're in the same house all the other things. The dogs the same so the one thing I changed was. I started meditating everyday and now I don't have panic attacks so I'm like the I like there's now as a correlation. Maybe there's some other but honestly maybe he's getting older you know. I I don't know but that seems very logical to me and being logical being I feel like it's it would be stupid to ignore. So there's there's like okay. I've actually seen a result. Why would I you know sacrifice? What ten minutes a day versus the Being taken out of the game with massive panic attack that.

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"six hundred one day" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"six hundred one day" Discussed on The Final Lap

"I guess i mean that's that's the main goal but like you said there's already been a lot of changes i mean it was that was a big changes we've made you know two three weeks ago at the policy group but swapping a bunch of teams around and they thought that this was a good way to improve all our whole organization and getting to work with todd gordon has been pretty fun even though i haven't been at a race weekend with it's been nice to get to know everybody takes a long time to get acclimated with everybody alex kinda the shortest working with jerry jones microchip but we all worked with the same guy for a long time you know oh and it's nice to mix things up every now and then but yeah you just try to keep improving every year you know we're getting into your four or five for me full time and just you know time restart learn a little bit quicker and when more than one race a year you don't really wanna be that guy and try to try to make sure that doesn't happen try to win win in a lot more and be in contention so how about this brad keselowski v off season that was pretty busy in a lot of family stuff and he's gonna continue talking here for a while so nope just carry grab a chair it's going to be a little bit yeah it was good you know i added a daughter to my family sonoma a family of three and you know you know i was listening to talk talk about his mrs crying i have a wife and two daughters in any given time all three of them are crying and i'm still got why so hawking help with that really tips with that in mind hopefully there will be less crying and they'll have a nice place enjoy i keep hearing you gotta win the coq six when i started i asked us to do to get in that motorhome and it was where you got to win a race so then i wanna race is going to win championships so i wanna championship and then it turned me while you have to win the coq six hundred so i'm afraid when i win the coq six hundred one day that somebody's going to say well you have to lead all laps and so i was telling that story to my wife and then she said well wait a minute isn't the junior and there he didn't win the coq six hundred i said well well we don't have that last name so hopefully we'll get in there but we're all having a little bit of fun with that we've we've had some good it runs here and we had a great shot in the six hundred this past past year i think we wanted to to three two or three of the four state i can't remember was and had a loose wheel there at the end and and kind of got derailed but you know last year was a good year for us and wasn't great you know pence he's made a number of changes to all the teams because a good isn't good enough i think i heard my boss say but you know we want to win the championship didn't have a car in the final four and that's unacceptable to us our goal is to win a lot of racism and win championships so we're push really hard for that i believe that we we have the lineup to get team penske and other championship across the entire platform on i'm super super proud to be a part of that and you know good things to come i think it's great to see the turn out here today says really phenomenal we're so glad to have you guys you know a lot of changes in the motor sports landscape more to come of course as you guys probably know better than i do but you know with that in mind it's great to see that this has not changed turn turn out in the support of the speedway and of this sport itself i'm markus your commitment is certainly excellent coke six hundred to me i drink a coke because i can't have millerton get home but you know what they've done here to this event to make it the marquee event is is really something and start following this page on instagram called loss tracks tracks that have kind one out of business and now they're kind of the walmart parking lot and you know it gives you thump throwing there's hundreds of them you just can't believe how many race tracks have been built over last ask you know fifty to one hundred years that didn't make it and so the investment that the smith family made here and to see a be successful for sixty seven years that's really remarkable that's that's not the commonplace i think sometimes we might take that for granted that all racetracks are successful no exception rather than the ultimate but reality for everyone so it's great to see this event continue to grow i loved video that you showed earlier i can tell you having the name of the families of the fallen on the car every year is really an honor we get to to meet them i think if you members in media have come to some of my events that we have with those families and it's incredibly touching ching just one of the many events here at the speedway that that we're proud to be a part of so i could ramble on forever i'll let joey have his turn.

"six hundred one day" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"six hundred one day" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Could save you fifteen percent or more tarred nobody in my life has as many unlikable traits who I still like as Gods Stugatz would you have taken the bait got no pay cuts. Please hell you talking to live with our show with Stugatz on. ESPN Radio Neil. So the audience is a bit agitated with me because every once in a while I'm the annoying obnoxious strident guy. I who reminds you that a lot of human beings more human beings than not are followers instead of leaders you go throughout human psychology ecology. You will find all sorts of testing that shows people behave Outside of their morals and ethics sometimes in scientific tests when simply following instead of leading where they can be guided lead. And so when I say if the rules are dumb break them a whole lot of people out here saying and what do you mean. They're the rules and so I just give you this by way of moving on because When I look at what happened with Lsu and Odell Beckham? I think the rules are unjust. And him breaking them to me makes sense. And those of you who it doesn't make sense to. I believe lever protecting a system. That's unjust but I'm just going to give you this quote sent in the twitter. If a law is unjust a man is not only right to disobey it he he is obligated to do so. That's Thomas Jefferson. That's one of the founding fathers. When you're saying here I think taxes are dumb? Taxes are foundation of this country country. You can think they're dumb and not WANNA pay them but they're foundation of this country in terms of getting your garbage picked up but I think people view the type of leadership that Odell backup junior expressed that night maybe it is leadership. There are better ways to go about it. You have a big name if you really care use your name use whatever platforms you have have to try to. We did to try to instigate Dan. Yes but that's leadership where it's also look at me too. Okay so wait a minute. The energy has to be your way. I'm not saying Dan listen. I want players lawyers to be paid. I'm just telling I'm trying to give you what the public is looking at. And they see a guy who was handing out dollar or hundred means to God sees a millennial look at me the athlete sleep for this generation. He's very looking okay. But it's hard for people like look at me and leadership at the same exact time. It's all pills while leadership is is breaking the rules but it's not a rule it affects him. It's not leadership because he's not endangered anymore. Live concert there are more risks for others than for him. But he's the one getting tame today you don't know the names of the players other than borough that he was giving money to at you will when they do an investigation and they're ineligible to play. Ben Found decide the enforcing body that is by all accounts. Totally unjust will levy. It's totally arbitrary penalty based on how they make the rules to protect the rule book. That was made made one hundred years ago before teammate. TV money flooded into the sport. That's fine but then again Odell Beckham junior faces no consequences the players. That's the best kind of anarchy. Probably not the best person to boost the argument about rules being dumb and follow what you want and when he owns six hundred slaves. Good point could've gotten around the founding father using Thomas Jefferson certain moral order a loophole in the founding fathers data minute hold on a second. That's not right at all. Like I like plenty of six hundred one day I the part. That's not right is I could like plenty of what Jim Brown stands for without liking that he also stands for the beating of women. Now I understand that but in terms of like just strictly rules in that quote probably find another one. Let's put it in Google. Let's find another minute about rules you you think I think he could have gotten around to. That is agreed. Is Thomas Jefferson. Not One of our founding fathers. That is not the debate here. He is one hundred percent founding this country. This country is founded on breaking the rules. It's how we became a country and MM slavery was a part of all that too but USA. Am I right Yeah USA. We talk of football or you. Don't WanNa Talk Thomas Jefferson and slavery. I will say this he did have six hundred slaves. Mike is Right three two of them while he lived and another seven more after there is death. He didn't free anyone after his debt. That's that's what it says. Let's go digging into like how he treated the slaves right Eh. Well he was he was having sex with some of them. Yeah we don't have to get into that So we're we're actually bring Thomas Jefferson before the actual game right. We would have is on a hell of a show during Thomas. Jefferson's time we would have been so controvercial. We would have been yelling at him. What do you do in Jefferson? One of our founding fathers is all this stuff was slavery I just be blurting out. Founding Fathers. That's right you're just. Learning nickname also bringing down the wrong Jefferson considering that they have a receiver governing. which if you trace it back yeah you think Thomas Jefferson Tj? Back in the day I thank you for taking the conversation to the dumbest possible play off. So Chris Cody has been invoked by this Aaron Hernandez Documentary Henry on Netflix. I think this is interesting because I'm pretty sure that what I'm watching and I'm only a third of the way through it is basically just a really condense condense cliff notes version of everything. Boston was covering at the time that the national media covered pretty poorly combined with what the Boston Globe did. Recently the podcast series that was super thorough took a long time and now on television POPs more. I think this is reaching more people because because it's really well done and we're all fascinated by the true crime nature of not understanding how Aaron Hernandez could possibly arrived in a place where he was killing people plural while in the middle of making forty million dollars with the Patriots. And I'm going to camp and and signing a new contract and Aaron Hernandez I mean think about what. I'm about to say. Tom Brady could have had Aaron Hernandez still keeping him young Aaron Hernandez would not be too old right now to still be playing football. In a way that Gronk hunk is not Aaron Hernandez represents one of the few skilled guys that the Patriots actually drafted to get. Tom Brady some help all the other help that they got other than Aaron Hernandez and Gronk was usually free agents and whatnot so Chris. You've been fascinated by this right. I feel like it's a lot of rehash but I also I'm finding finding interesting the way that they condensed it all for us so that we're watching something that while it's not exactly new news all of that stuff that I've seen so far has been in this podcast series series that the Boston Globe was doing. It's still fascinating hearing him talk. It's fascinating hearing how simple he was not not sort of measuring during what. His position was not introspective. In any way yeah hearing the phone calls for that he made from jail to countless people and as they move on but I got through two thirds of it so he talks even more people. That's the part that I'm just like. That's what you get to really get a sense of how he was dealing with things the way he was talking to Marquees pouncey his. It's beyond say his family members. I was riveted by that access. Age Right laughing about Smith and Wesson deal. Get Him Smith and Wesson deal because his agents tell him. I can't get Nike. swoosh switches on the jumpsuit. That access to those phone calls. You're right though it's it would be a lot of stuff we've already kind of known but that stuff was crazy but no you should watch it if you want to understand better and likes to God's get the cliff notes..

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"six hundred one day" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:43 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred one day" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is a special Labor Day edition of Bloomberg daybreak U. S. markets are closed for the holiday I'm David Hager coming up this hour what's the outlook for oil as the trade war takes a toll on sentiment plus political uncertainty in Argentina brings risk of another default and we take the temperature of retail heading into the holiday shopping season but first let's take a look at markets as we wrap up a month marked by turmoil and volatility joining me now Bloomberg macro strategist Vincent cigna rell and cross asset reporter Lou calla thanks to both of you for being here on this Labor Day and look let's start with you is it safe to say that this market has been summed up by one word China. or tweets if you want like that yeah one or a one or two take it take it as you go but you know as much as we can talk about the the catalyst for to waive all the tell be this month really being inspired by trade in the kind of twists and turns in that narrative it's kind of important to to note how range bound the S. and P. five hundred has been this is been the ball the tile but very very sticky and it seems that we're just we're very sensitive to news that's a good one more very low when we're about to breach technical levels that investors don't want to think about falling through and we're very sensitive the headlines even if they might not mean much that are perceived as negative one more at the top of that range so this really does seem like a market that you know is using trade as a bit of an excuse to contain itself just because of the forward outlook is kind of sufficiently unknown and there's some big catalysts on deck from you know do you get a hard brexit does the ECB surprise with a big bazooka does the fed cut in the or signal cuts as much as investors want to come into earnings hold up to the fundamentals actually kick in so looks like we're kind of just using all this as an excuse to stay a range bound for now yeah we may be range bound events but it's got to be said I mean you look at the points alone on this range when you're talking about you know Dow six hundred one day and then falling four hundred the next day I on a point basis it's a pretty wide range at least on the face of it yeah as a bit of live chop as as Lou said you know the one of the things that we can look forward to historically tells us that September is actually a down month for equities and if you follow that prescription you'd be looking to buy dips into September because believe it or not October is a plus month psychologically people think of it as a down month because it's had some of the biggest drops historically that we have seen but it tends to be in the long run a positive month. so the two things you could potentially look forward to for the next month or two is the opportunity to get long equities in September and to stay long fall going into at least through the end of October is that how you see it look to see past as prologue for this market given where we are with the US China trade the narrative of being part of the story here my old of all the first events on the on the seasonality aspects but what I do see is a market that's still a very you know either one way or the other either we all go up together all go down together one thing that's really been a feature of August is been the very high rate of realize correlations among stocks so you know that simply means to what extent do the members of the S. and P. five hundred move together and there's that old kind of saying in a crisis correlations go to one well what we got in Q. four we come December that was those kind of those approaching crisis and realize correlations at this point in the S. and P. five hundred are actually higher than they were at that time I think that signifies just how much of a macro market this is at this point just how much we're kind of waiting for any kind of good news on either the trade front or more so on the central bank front end you know to Vince's point it's it's fairly easy to see how how things can get worse whether that's the C. B. not being not being able to stimulate pushing on a string we've kind of gotten some good bad reports that talked about the bank of Japan's experience with negative rates in trying to add stimulus in selling how that was counterproductive any of the C. B. could be heading for a kind of similar moment as well yeah it has been fascinating to watch the tied either raise or sink all boats in this market at what point Vince do you start to think that different sectors will start to out perform well I think we need to wait until the least October first the seventieth anniversary of China I think what we're seeing right now is will. probably see a little bit of a calm before the storm if you will China has every interest to tamp down on markets keeping things under control at least until that point in a big party of big celebration don't want anybody to rock the boat between now and then probably the US administration has the same incentive to try to at least see things with China as potentially working forward it's good for the markets is good for the economy gives us a little optimism in terms of sector diversification that's a really hard thing to call I mean it really depends on which way the trade talks go going forward I think things made one very good point in there that's worth amplifying and that's the extent to which China is kind of hoping to tamp down on the escalation of the trade war and we we might end up remember in August as the month of that U. S. D. E. C. N. Y. did break seven broke that magical number everyone's looking for but if you look at how weak the Chinese currency should be from how the market views it relative to how strong that the Chinese authorities have been fixing it that counter cyclical factor they've been using to push back against market forces has been pretty consistently pointing to you know the Chinese currency is being propped up more than it should be and you know we you get the headlines saying they don't want to escalate but that's kind of an actions speak louder than words thing they are not really yet using financial markets to kind of weaponized the trade war as much as they could no that's partially because it's just not in their best interests that's a good point I mean domestically they can't let the currency go very quickly to depreciate because it it works against their own domestic economy setting up what could be a fascinating into the year Bloomberg macro strategist Vincent Cinderella cross asset reporter Lou kala again thanks to you both up.

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"six hundred one day" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:42 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred one day" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is a special Labor Day edition of Bloomberg daybreak U. S. markets are closed for the holiday I'm David Hager coming up this hour what's the outlook for oil as the trade war takes a toll on sentiment plus political uncertainty in Argentina brings risk of another default and we take the temperature of retail heading into the holiday shopping season but first let's take a look at markets as we wrap up a month marked by turmoil and volatility joining me now Bloomberg macro strategist Vincent cigna rell and cross asset reporter loop calla thanks to both of you for being here on this Labor Day and look let's start with you is it safe to say that this market has been summed up by one word China. or tweets if you want like that yeah one one or two take it take it as you go but you know as much as we can talk about the the catalyst for to waive all the tell the this month really being inspired by trade in the kind of twists and turns and that narrative it's kind of important to to note how range bound the S. and P. five hundred has been this is been the ball the tile but very very sticky and it seems that we're just we're very sensitive to news that's a good one were very low when we're about to breach technical levels that you know investors don't want to think about falling through and we're very sensitive to headlines even if they might not mean much that are perceived as negative one more at the top of that range so this really does seem like a market that you know is using trade as a bit of an excuse to contain itself just because of the forward outlook is kind of sufficiently unknown and there's some big catalysts on deck from you know do you get a hard brexit does the ECB surprise with a big bazooka does the fed cut in the or signal cuts as much as investors want to come into earnings hold up to the fundamentals actually kick in so looks like we're kind of just using all this as an excuse to stay a range bound for now yeah we may be range bound events but it's got to be said I mean you look at the points alone on this range when you're talking about you know Dow six hundred one day and then falling four hundred the next day I on a point basis it's a pretty wide range at least on the face of it yeah as a bit of life shop as as Lou said you know the one of the things that we can look forward to historically tells us that September is actually a down month for equities and if you follow that prescription you'd be looking to buy dips into September because believe it or not October is a plus month psychologically people think of it as a down month because it's had some of the biggest drops historically that we have seen but it tends to be in the long run a positive month for. so the two things you could potentially look forward to for the next month or two is the opportunity to get long equities in September and to stay long fall going into at least to the end of October is that how you see it look to see past as prologue for this market given where we are with the US China trade narrative young being part of the story here I old of all the first events on the on the seasonality aspects but what I do see is a market that's still a very you know either one way or the other either we all go up together all go down together one thing that's really been a feature of August is been the very high rate of realize correlations among stocks so you know that simply means to what extent do the members of the S. and P. five hundred move together and there's that old kind of saying in a crisis correlations go to one well given what we gotta Q. four will be gone December that was those kind of those approaching crisis and realize correlations at this point in the S. and P. five hundred are actually higher than they were at that time I think that signifies just how much of a macro market this is at this point just how much we're kind of waiting for any kind of good news on the trade front or more so on the central bank front end you know to Vince's point it's it's fairly easy to see how how things can get worse whether that's the ECB not being not being able to stimulate pushing on a string we've kind of gotten some good bad reports that talked about the bank of Japan's experience with negative rates in trying to add stimulus in selling how that was counterproductive any of the C. B. could be heading for a kind of similar moment as well yeah it has been fascinating to watch the tied either raise or sink all boats in this market what point Vince do you start to think that different sectors will start to out perform well I think we need to wait until the least October first the seventieth anniversary of China I think what we're seeing right now is will. probably see a little bit of a calm before the storm if you will China has every interest to tamp down on markets keeping things under control at least until that point in a big party of big celebration don't want anybody to rock the boat between now and then probably the US administration has the same incentive to try to at least see things with China as potentially working forward it's good for the markets is good for the economy gives us a little optimism in terms of sector diversification that's a really hard thing to call I mean it really depends on which way the trade talks go going forward I think Vince made one very good point in there that's worth amplifying and that's the extent to which China is kind of hoping to tamp down on the escalation of the trade war and we we might end up remember in August as the month of that U. S. D. E. C. N. Y. did break seven broke that magical number everyone's looking for but if you look at how weak the Chinese currency should be from how the market views it relative to how strong that the Chinese authorities have been fixing it that counter cyclical factor they've been using to push back against market forces has been pretty consistently pointing to you know the Chinese currency is being propped up more than it should be and you know we you get the headlines saying they don't want to escalate but that's kind of been actions speak louder than words saying they are not really yet using financial markets to kind of weaponized the trade war as much as they could no that's partially because it's just not in their best interests yeah that's a good point I mean domestically they can't let the currency go very quickly to depreciate because it works against their own domestic economy setting up what could be a fascinating into the year Bloomberg macro strategist Vincent cigna relic cross asset reporter Lou kala again thanks to.

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"six hundred one day" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

The Golf Podcast

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred one day" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

"Yeah. Roy was on fire on sunday rory. There was no way everyone starts at even par. Rory shoots thirteen hundred and beat zander's softly by three shot right. Now zander finished tied for second anyway but i don't like doing hypotheticals. I you have to look at like what would have been and could have been as far as format goes because you wanna you wanna be able to compare it. No this format y- is this format perfect no no here's why here's why you you can't. That's the whole basis of this conversation. This worked so well. It's not going anywhere. It works so well this year. What happens next year matter again. That's hypothetical. You can't deal in hypotheticals but you have to deal in life comes this. Here's the perfect example nascar nascar sprint cup. Is your perfect example right there. Why perfect the perfect example is because that is still one of those things these were you like. Hey who's going to win the big thing at the end you but i don't know it's thirty cars racing but only four guys have a chance in the guy who finishes fifth. He gets the big prize. You'll nah not really. Does anyone really care about that. Nope no one really cares about. Why are you you you losing. What i'm saying. Is what i'm saying is like last last year last year. Tiger woods wins the the the tour championship right and it's it's amazing and no one knows that justin austin rose again. So why are you using last year's an example because this year everyone was talking about how it was ni- the ratings were up ninety ninety percent now compared to last year but compared to two years ago and three years ago how the ratings were up so high but there's a combination of reasons why that could've been what i'm comparing this to. Is it still not perfect like yes. It was good but it was good because justin. Thomas didn't shoot six under the first this day like if justin thomas is on and shoot six hundred first day this is over it is done and if georgia does does something different. They beat alabama but they didn't alabama won the s._e._c. Championship won the national championship in over you can't again. There's no no why you keep you know why they made tweaks to the national championship in the way the deform it because they knew it wasn't perfect what he's hustling since when when what tweet from from from jump like when they went from hey man. We're just gonna do from b._c.'s cohen u._s._a. Today and you know what let's go computer in there the computer or know what to do and then the computer is like no now i need a computer can't watch game made they've made one tweak since alabama's beat georgia and they didn't make it made one tweak yes but there's a combination of things that go into it is what i'm saying right like. It's not okay so let me ask you back in the day. I'm asking okay who won the fedex cup the guy who was supposed to roy mack now who were okay is that debatable. What do you mean is it..

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"six hundred one day" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred one day" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Just not looking good. This is terrible. And then the next day. What? Since you've started talking about it. It gets up twelve points. Effect on the markets. The markets often look look to this show. Honestly, there's obviously if you really really understand the market you can do something with it. You can I don't understand the market. I don't know. How many people really do understand? Why? If you think about it stock market is a forecast right for the future. So if things are going up, you're forecasting that. Hey, the future looks good. The next two months. Three months. Maybe the next job numbers came out earlier today. Great. Yeah. Let's let's good. I gotta dividend from Nike yesterday. Looking good one cent. Well, really -gratulations moving on up by the rich just keep getting richer looking better every day. Remember when he was just a snotty nosed kid look at them now dividend. Penny. Well, don't spend it all in one place. I promise my friend. But then if you if it goes up six hundred one day, and you're thinking, well, okay. Then people collective wisdom in the market believed that the future is bright. What in the world could possibly happen in twenty four hours that turns that into six hundred down or a thousand down if they're just really bad prognosticators? That's not a sexual term Jared. Thank you. They're not good visionaries. They're not they're not. I how can you go that far? I can understand going up two hundred going down one hundred that's still in the same relative area of right? What is the next three months six months or year? Look like, but where do these these wild fits where on Wednesday? You think the next year is just going to be wonderful and on Thursday. You know, Katie bar the door. Everybody is get out. It doesn't make any sense. I just wanted to use that phrase. I never have before in the Katie bother door who's Katie? And who's Dan rather? Who's behind the door to say that? Yeah..

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"six hundred one day" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred one day" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The mail itself. Our number four ten three one six five three two zero to get a copy that report. Elsewhere in the markets this week. As the oil selloff continues. And west Texas intermediate down by more than thirty percent since early October our own RV capital markets, commodity strategists Halima cross believes, and I quote, it's gut check time the combination of the oil price retreat and lack of constructive. Data points in recent weeks. I think underlies outflows of recent months, so many of the stock market investors market participants their attention from what we've gathered remains fixed on really the outcome of potential production cuts from OPEC. And so these are things we need to look at it. I think the concern is that the proposed production cut. You know, isn't going to be large enough and supply will continue to outpace demand and really further pressure prices. From current levels. So we need to keep our eyes on again this recent oil sell off in the markets, the general volatility, and this may be a theme I expressed this to a client answering her Email question to me earlier this week about the markets the outlook. And I said that the the one consistent trend that we've gathered that I have found in the markets is volatility. We're getting these wild swings up five hundred points one day or up six hundred one day down seven hundred the next, although if you paid attention to the markets, I do believe at some point. We're nearing a bottom, or at least testing a bottom in the markets trying to develop some support here with all this volatility because on Thursday, the markets were down close to seven hundred points on the Dow Jones and it came rallying back late day still finished down on the day. But it certainly regained much of what it lost on. Thursday. So we're seeing equity markets now being hit once again. By a fresh surge of volatility. I think vigilance is the watchword really for this late cycle period that we're in with the markets. We're going to look at several kind of inflamed pressure points. Here this morning on the program on the weekly wealth report and really try to discuss for you all the listeners of the weekly wealth report trying to have an appropriate posture to take towards stocks and to have an appropriate posture for your investment portfolio to have towards your equity positions as the stock market's going to continue to work through these challenges. So again, you're listening to Tim herb of RBC wealth management, our tactical planning group here for another edition of the weekly wealth before Sunday, December ninth gotta take our first break in the program. Stay with me. I'll be right back. Are you an investor.

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"six hundred one day" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred one day" Discussed on WJR 760

"You're hearing the Frank Beckmann show. News talk seven sixty WJR. I can't wait to be naked person next week. And Travis mills. I'm telling you. Travis book. Toughest, they come. By the way, President Trump has a copy of that. What's that? Yeah. They they met at the White House. And the the president is there's a picture of the two of them sitting here. The president has got a copy of the book, and it's amazing. And I can't I can't wait to meet him Tom in northwest, Detroit. You're on the Frank Beckmann show. Hello. Yeah. Good morning and happy birthday made there'd be many many more. I hope. So thank you. Tom trying to catch up with you. And you're trying to catch up with me. I don't know. Where are you? I'm seventy one I'm trying to catch you. Okay. But anyway. Oh, you had a caller wins. The that called in and said, you know, Trump tells the truth. Well, I'm looking on this website of the fact checkers database, and as of October thirtieth fight they said he's made five thousand of his six hundred and I. Six hundred one days in office. He's made five thousand plus false and misleading statements. Let's not bad for man. He he he figured out this political world in a hurry. Didn't he? He fits right in. Yeah. But you know, I mean, you know, you just can't deal with the political world you've got to deal with people also. And I mean, you know, I wanna know spoke. I remember my I think it was made my mother father. They had a saying this is who would you trust a liar or speaks? I mean, basically, I wouldn't trust any of them. But if I if I had to make a choice, I trust the feet because I know he's gonna steal. But you never know what the liars gonna come up with. Well. But here's here's the other thing is his policies have been good for the country. You know, we we we've seen look at the jobs numbers again today. It's phenomenal. You know, the the GDP growth has been incredible. You know in terms of the economy. I mean, I can relate to the economy, and I'm talking to people that train left the station in two thousand eight and it's been on a ten year role just about now in tropical was selected by the electoral college just happened to flag that train now. Tom hold on. Don't don't make me go back and get the cuts of of Trump's better says her Barack Obama saying that we have to realize that the economy's never gonna come back. And what it was. I mean, he said this is the new normal this this reduced academy. He he will. He wasn't expecting it to come back. I mean, and I imagine it surprised him in terms of you know, the two terms that he was in near how that economy? Just just you know, I mean, basically, it decide what he said. And I mean, it it roll. So I mean, you know. I don't know. We'd call it rolling. We had high unemployment, and you know, it was it was tough. But look. Donald trump. We don't live in a vacuum. So some of the things that Barack Obama was doing I'm not gonna say that his his heavy regulation of the banking industry and things like that. We're good for us. But maybe they did have a positive effects of how in the in the scheme of things I've not I'm not good enough. Analyzing the economy due to make a final call on that. But all I know things have gotten a lot better. Anyway, thanks for the call. Thank you. Thank you for the kind wishes time really appreciate it from.

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"six hundred one day" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred one day" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Before their contests in Indiana. That was very important contest that proved to be decisive and he spread that smear job cruise after that. Contest was over and Trump had one. Wolf Blitzer asked about it back in two thousand sixteen and listen to Donald Trump's at watch yesterday with this National Enquirer storage wanted you to clarify. You don't really believe that his father had anything to do with yourself nation. President. You don't believe in that can source, then I wouldn't believe it. But I did say let people read it. Amazing admission right? He said before the election. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, people should check it out. I don't know. He said, it's crazy. It's crazy. What might have happened? Right. And then he turned around after it was, of course, I didn't believe it. So then wolf actually followed up here. I wanna give credible bliss, which I don't often do. But look I can't wait credit where credit is doing. So he did a good job following up here and ask why Trump's head that then and his answer is very telling watch what? Take cruises father seems like a nice guy. Don't know seems like a nice guy. He made horrible statements about fray praying for bad things to happen to me. Okay. Essentially, I said, that's horrible. And I was on a show one of your competitors. And they showed me that I said, well, that's horrible. This. It's not just a one way street. You know, where I do something. It was a horrible statement. I was actually surprised by and during that, and when I said how bad it was that a man would say something like that. I said, well, what don't you read the various magazines because it's not only there was put in numerous where he has a picture of himself with Lee Harvey as well. I'm not saying. But the National Enquirer put it on this. I'm just saying it's all over the place. I said, well, why don't you talk about that? That was it. I'm not saying it, but I'm just saying it was all over the place public presumptive nominee. You have you have to have a higher standard than to repeat conspiratorial theories. First of all, I wasn't at the time. I didn't know if I was going to win Indiana, a not so I was not a presumptive winner that time I was going against them. They were going to get. Two parts there that are very very telling when he says, well, you know, Rafeal crew said horrible statements about me. So I said Arbel statements about him, even though I just told you I know that they're not true. Truth. It's optional. And then to me the ending was even more telling where he says what time I haven't won yet. So I had to win. That's what he cares about the most in fact when he was just in the last couple of days. Hey, you call the press the enemy of the people time that might get somebody killed are you concerned about that. He's well. That's that's how I win. In other words, you die. That's your problem. Not my problem. I tell you nonstop lies in my voters are stupid enough to believe it. That's their problem. Not my problem. All I care about is me me me me me me. So that is why he is lies on a regular basis. He pathological about the numbers. The Washington Post fact checker reported last month that Trump had more than five thousand false or misleading claims in the first six hundred one days of his presidency and average of eight. Three claims a day. That's amazing. Phasing. I've never seen anyone in public life lie at this record rate. Let alone a politician level the president of the United States as you just saw there with your own eyes. He doesn't as a strategies at tactic. He doesn't care. He has no moral qualms about it at all. That's why he just said yesterday the caravan. Yeah. Might be funded by George Soros later. He'll say, yeah. I was doing it to win. Of course. I was lying. Oh, somebody sends source so bomb who cares. Who cares? Oh, somebody showed up a synagogue. Who cares? I was doing it to win me me me me me me me. Guys sickening. But let's. And a little bit lighter. Absurd. No was wanna give you one of the misstatements that he said recently, and this from the Washington Post he for instance, said a middle class tax cut would be passed by November..

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"six hundred one day" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

The Point with Chris Cillizza

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred one day" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

"Support for the point comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans who are excited to introduce their all new rate shield approval. If you're in the market to buy a home rate showed approval is a real game changer. And here's why first Quicken Loans will lock your rate for up to ninety days while you shop, but here's the crucial part. If rates go up your rate stays the same. But if rates go down, you're right. Also drops either way you win. It's the kind of thinking you'd expect from America's largest mortgage lender. To get started. Go to rocketmortgage dot com slash the point tired of spending hundreds of dollars for prescription glasses. Xeni offers thousands of affordable. Eyewear styles starting at just six ninety five. No ridiculous markups. No hassles. Just quality affordable. I wear delivered right to you visits. Any today at Zanny dot com slash CNN. Welcome to the point four Thursday, November the first I'm Chris, cillizza cutting through the political spin bring you the news you need to know five days before the election. Can you believe it who I can? I wanted to highlight something that the president United States. Donald Trump said in an interview with ABC news is giancarl on Wednesday night. He was asked about his very dicey record on fact and truth. Here's what he said quote. Well, I try I do try, and I always want to tell the truth when I can I tell the truth, and sometimes it turns out to be where something happens that's different or there's a change. But I always like to be truthful. The most important seven words in there are these when I can I tell the truth. What what Trump is really saying there is when it suits my interests. I tell the truth Donald Trump is totally fine citing facts and figures that are established. And well known and agreed upon when it suits and idea he already believes in or it helps him further a political point he's trying to make he much less willing to cite facts and figures, if the facts don't argue in his favor, in fact in those situations, he often makes up his own facts and then just repeats them relentlessly. This is not about Donald Trump saying things, then getting more information realizing the things he said before are false and going back and correcting them, according to the Washington Post fact checker who has noted that Donald Trump has I six hundred one days in office said more than five thousand things that will either false and misleading. Trump is said that the Russia probe led by special counsel. Bob Muller is either a witch hunt or a hoax more than one hundred and forty times he has said more than fifty times at the economy in the US right now is stronger than it has ever been in its history. Both of these things are easily and have multiple times been refuted by established facts here. Here's where we get into danger. Well, number one, the president United States someone who doesn't tell the truth all the time number two. He has a lot of people who believe him. No matter what what you deal within is a big chunk of people who rely on a absolutely one hundred percent proven unreliable narrator for their worldview, their quote, unquote facts in their quote, unquote, truth that is a very dangerous thing. Indeed. That's news. You need to know for this November the first four much more. Please check out my daily Email newsletter. You can sign up for it by going to CNN dot com slash the point plus entity Monday through Friday by around seven thirty PM eastern time. You can also subscribe to this here. Little audio briefing can do that on Stitcher. Spotify apple podcasts or wherever you prefer to get your podcast. You can also call it up on your almost on echo or your Google home device. Are you interested in learning how enterprise scale companies drive organic traffic to increase their online visibility than download the search podcast from the heart of Silicon Valley here? Search metrics Inc. CEO Jordan Kuni as he delivers actionable insights dowdy was data to navigate the ever changing landscape with Google apple Amazon, the voices of search podcast arm. Search engine marketers and business analysts with the latest news and insights, they need to nephew the ever changing landscape of search engine optimization and content. Are you ready to learn to use search data defined strategic insights about your competition in your industry as a whole and search for voices of search wherever you download your poke cast. That's three simple words voices of search to learn the secrets of search engine and content marketing.

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"six hundred one day" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"six hundred one day" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"Thing we've learned in all of this is that bullies their behavior shows up in all sorts of different ways and business dealings, but also obviously were saying with women with sixty minutes. I mean, it is the gold standard of news. Programming, and it also has been as we've seen a boys club and I was I was talking to the son of sandy Sokolow last night. So I went to college with and sandy Sokolow was the executive producer for Walter Cronkite, and he said Fager was very good at courting, the old guys and that would occasion that would mean you going out with sandy Sokolow. But that also meant paying a lot of Amish to obviously to Don Hewitt. And these you've seen this lineage of old white guys who've been Pat, you know, handing the throne over path into passing over from one to the other. And now there's a real moment to create something different. I've always been shocked with with, you know, when people have talked about who's going to take the Fox News job or CNN or any of these top news jobs that women are never in the mix. And I don't think it's because they're not qualified, I think because they have not been part of the club. Last year is the head of Fox News a woman for the first time? Yes, yes. And and so Susan's Rynski who I'm told is incredible. I don't know her personally Tanya Simon, who is someone I went to college with him with love to get the job. I'd like to see that those two names are out there. I win. CBS that could get the job. Yeah, yes. It's which is very gratifying to to see during this. Thanks so much for being here. Great to see you. Thanks, great stale, quick break here, and then a very unpresidential milestone. We're going to talk with the fact checker at the Washington Post about Trump's five thousand falsehoods. According to the Washington Post in six hundred one days, President Trump has made five thousand and one false or misleading claims. We're at the five thousand Mark. Now, the truce have been stacking up at a furious rate. In fact, it's been exceleron in recent months. On September. Seventh Trump broke his own daily record on just one day publicly made one hundred twenty-five false or misleading statements in a period of time. The total about one hundred twenty minutes just see to see at home. See if you could live that much in two hours. Imagine what this is like. For fact, checkers. I spoke with the Washington Post fact checker about this. Gun Kessler the editor in chief writer of the Washington Post fact checker column joins me. Now, Glenn, you have been keeping this tally since day one of the Trump presidency, but did you think we would get here to this five thousand Mark so soon? No, it's actually a big surprise in January. He only cross the two thousand Mark. So just an eight months, she's made three thousand false or misleading claims. He's been speeding away up. This is something we've been talking about here on this program that the mistruths are happening more often, but you have the data to prove it. You say that the summertime was especially bad if bad. We mean there were more on truth, and then what happened after Labor Day, what happened after Labor Day was to Bob Woodward book came out as well as the anonymous op Ed in the New York Times. And he went and went to a rally in Montana, and then went to a couple of fundraisers, North Dakota and. Over those two days. He made about two hundred false or misleading claims just in two days. And in fact on on the second day, it was one hundred twenty-five false and misleading claims. He had a few local interviews spoke to reporters on Air Force One, and he tends to to increase his frequency when he feels under pressure under pressure, and he definitely has felt under pressure this month. It's it's it's pretty astonishing because when we started this as just originally just for the first hundred days, he was averaging less than five false claims today, what's noteworthy about President Trump is at even been repeatedly fact check this false. He continues to say these things. So the theory would be here. He's either engaging in propaganda by saying something that's bogus over and over again to get us to believe it. Or as you suggest, he just doesn't know the truth and doesn't want to know the truth. Do you have a guess about which is which is going on?.

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"six hundred one day" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

13:23 min | 3 years ago

"six hundred one day" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Recorded charitable donation in connection with nine eleven the check was for one hundred thousand dollars, but it was drawn on his foundation to which he had not contributed a penny of his own in years. But it was drawn on this foundation. So Trump gave nothing in fact, he gave less than an eighty year old widow who arrived at ground zero with a bag of ice saying it was all she had to give to first responders. But Donald Trump wasn't always insensitive on nine eleven anniversaries, though was his tweet on September. The eleventh two thousand thirteen quote, I would like to extend my best wishes to all even haters and losers on this special day September eleventh end quote. And then there was last year when Trump was discussing his first one hundred days in office. He just done an interview on CBS face the nation. So what does he say that the ratings for his appearance on face the nation, quote were the highest since the World Trade Center came down. End quote. Which brings us to Tuesday of this week, the seventy th anniversary of nine eleven how does Trump start the day before he flew to Shanksville PA and praise law enforcement, why by attacking law enforcement, of course, and get this. He wasn't live tweeting FOX he was DV Aren FOX to be specific Lou Dobbs show from the night before at four friggin AM. He tweets, quote, we have found nothing to show collusion between President Trump and Russia absolutely zero. But day, we get more documentation showing collusion between the FBI DOJ the Hillary campaign forms by Russians. Incredible end quote. And then he mentioned Sarah Carter, the blogger FOX tries to pass off as an investigative journalists. And of course, Lou Dobbs then a four nineteen AM. He repeated you're right wing propaganda. Hate media's latest conspiracy theory, quote, new struck page, text reveal media leaks strategy thugs news, so terrible. And nothing is being done a DOJ era. But the world is watching day get a complete me quote. And you know, how this is just another phony scandal. I'll let Peter Struck tell you himself again. There is however when extraordinarily important piece of evidence, supporting my integrity, the integrity, the FBI and our lack of bias in the summer of two thousand sixteen I was one of a handful of people who knew the details of Russian election interference, and it's possible connections with members of the Trump campaign. This information has the potential to derail and quite possibly defeat. Mr trump. The thought of expressing that or exposing that information never crossed my mind. But yeah, they had the secret deep state plot to leak and they never leaked that. The Trump campaign was under investigation for possibly colluding with a foreign adversary in order to subvert our election and democracy and help Trump win reality. It was a bureau wide program to prevent leaks which worked well that is unless your name was Hillary Clinton. And then four forty one AM he quotes Lou Dobbs again at four fifty ninety tweeted, quote, Rudy Guiliani did a great job as mayor of New York City during the period of September eleventh, his leadership bravery and skill must never be forgotten. Rudy is a true warrior end quote. And of course, this is payment for Guliani being willing to sacrifice, whatever integrity he may have had left and lie his ass off on TV regarding all the investigations Trump is currently under. But did you notice in that tweet not one word about the first responders not to mention the hundreds of friends he lost on seven eleven and then at five twenty four AM in the morning. He tweets a photo of White House staffers participating in a nine eleven service on the south lawn of the White House. Only problem is it was last year's photo. It included Omarosa, John Dowd hope picks and Tuykov. None of which you still there. Mr. so-called president. We should take a photo of the staff on the White House lawn to commemorate nine eleven screw it just use last year's who cares. And then typical sociopath with zero empathy that he is at five fifty eight AM. He tweeted this quote seventeen years since September the eleventh and quote, which he concluded with an exclamation. Mark. Exactly how he ended his tweet following John. Mccain's death weren't he didn't say anything about John McCain and said quote. With you. Mark. And now he does the same thing regarding nine eleven you know, because nothing conveys simple dignified reverence for such a tragic day as an exclamation, Mark. This guy has no clue how normal human beings. We act two things. He doesn't know how to behave like a human being. I can just see him sitting there. Ponder news. How do I make this tweet sound sincere and somber I know with the next question. Mark. So then he flies to Shanksville. And the only thought on his mind was how many people are going to show up to see me and when he arrives. And he sees the people who did show up he bites his bottom lip scrunches up a space, and does a double fist pump as he's showing up at one of his unhinged, deranged rallies and for all your brain that Trump bots who refused to recognize the complete inappropriateness of everything this orange slob did or tweeted on Tuesday. This was not an exclamation Mark day. This was not a double fist bump day. It should have been a day of solemnity veneration and deference Trump, the narcissistic sociopath was incapable of displaying any of these his only thought was look at how many people showed up to see me double fist bump. One of my tweets quoted this, quote, I can't believe he'd screw up memo. Memorializing nine eleven said nobody end quote. But the reality is because they don't possess any narcissistic sociopaths are incapable of mimicking appropriate emotions. This Trump Charlotte defiles, befouled, desecrates and stinks up every space and moment, he inhabits. It's like he's constantly wearing a full diaper on his head. Not surprising as he is both a crap smear and a cancer on the very soul of this once great nation, and yet some of you actually thought this empty shallow carrot colored. Sociopath would make a good president. What in the holy hell were you thinking? To find land eleven stories. I'd like to share I in years one. I'm guessing you haven't heard Trump's former and first campaign manager Corey Lewandowski actually did lose one of his best friends on nine eleven. His name was Brian Kenny and Kenny ended up marrying one Alison hardy, a gal both Kilian Lewandowski dated in high school. After nine eleven and Kennedy's death and dusky and Allison ended up marrying a story of shared loss becoming love and then Lewandowski proceeded to cheat on his nine eleven wife with Trump's former communications director hope picks. So we have a story of shared loss turning to love then turning to Trumpism cheating and light. It seems no one can escape the Trump stink. Once they're in his orbit. Second-story? I was in the DMV that day doing the written test for my CDL commercial driver's license after I finished I came outside. They had a television set on the counter. Everybody was huddled around. It. I got as close as I could learn what was going on. Then got in my car to drive home because I was working at K. Don, that's the station. I turned on true Hawkins was the host. And as I'm listening to his rightwing propaganda hate dribble. At one point. He said, quote, thank you liberals for everyone who died today at the World Trade Center end quote. And that was it. I lost it. I picked up my cell phone called my then boss at the station. Clarinet asked to boss, would you fire me if I came down there right now and punched through Hawkins the hell office chair. She asked me why I told her what he'd said she told me to hang on. She put me on hold. I turn the station back up only to hear Hawkins switch. Back to the AP news live feed cl- came back on the phone and told me she taking them off here. We talked a bit longer and at the end of our conversation. She told me, and no I wouldn't have fired you become down here in punched him office chair. But by then the moment at passed. So I continue on home started watching the aftermath on television. But I gotta tell you. You would have liked to have been the fly on the wall. The next time. I had the pleasure of running into true Hawkins at the station. With much attention on hurricane Florence this week. We also learned on Tuesday and Wednesday that at the start of the hurricane season team. Trump took ten million dollars from FEMA and gave it to is the agency at the forefront of Trump's zero tolerance policy that led to the separation of hundreds of children, some as young as eighteen months from their parents. We also learned they were at least considering slash trying to take thirty million dollars from the coast guard to give to ice. So after his nine eleven travesty, you could be forgiven for thinking Trump couldn't sink any lower this week. That's what I thought. And of course, you would be wrong. As was I firstly on September seven plas fighting Trump woke up in billings, Montana and eventually returned to Washington. He spoke to reporters aboard Air Force One. He held a pair of fundraisers and was interviewed by three local reporters in that one single day and in that one single day Trump told a hundred and twenty-five lies a new single day high the day before he lied seventy four times many in his campaign rally in Montana. Well, this soon NAMI of lies pushed Trump's total lie count past five thousand on the six hundred first day of a so-called presidency for an average of eight point three lies per day. However in the last nine days Trump is average thirty two lies per day. And just for the record. It was only back on January the tenth just eight months ago. The Trump surpassed the two thousand live threshold eight months later three thousand more lies, but don't you? Trump dare check the Washington posts searchable database of all his lies best. They just keep living in denial. We're willful ignorance is bliss. And then even by Donald Trump's non-existent standards. He managed to hit a new low in the last week of August. The death toll from hurricane Maria. Puerto Rico was raised from sixty four to two thousand nine hundred and seventy-five it took eleven months to restore full power to the island the island's population dropped eight percent because of the death toll and heavy out-migration after the hurricanes. Eighty three percent of those who stayed still report major damage to their homes. We then learn on Tuesday that of the two thousand Puerto Ricans who applied for funeral assistance after losing loved ones to hurricane Maria. Trump's FEMA approved just seventy five that means that like over ninety percent of those requests were either rejected or haven't even been decided upon almost one year after the hurricane. So how does Trump respond to all that delusional and dishonestly, of course, it's all he's capable of..

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"six hundred one day" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

POLITICO's Pulse Check

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"six hundred one day" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

"And I'm joined again by Darius tight here are e health reporter who just listened to the conversation that I had with Don Rucker Darius did did the national coordinator for health IT make any news on the health front? Well, it sounds like because of that letter that you mentioned during the interview, it sounds like the, there's been some pushback or pushing a in terms of this data blocking role we discussed, you know, I don't know exactly how the years of government will turn, you know what time line it is, but it does sound like there's a work happening. And so we're interested in hearing the results. And when you say the letter that I mentioned in the letter from the fourteen associations saying, oh, NC has been dragging its heels on accomplishing this info blocking rule. Yeah, yeah, six hundred one days. I think I recall was the figure which is, you know, sounds like a lot of days to me. So is there anything that Don did not say that surprised you perhaps something. He skipped over, didn't go into detail on well. So as I think I mentioned during our first conversation, I was really interested to hear about how they conceive their regulatory indeed regulatory role. He was pretty emphasizing of the deregulatory part, which is an interesting emphasis because one of the biggest proposals that the Trump administration's made on IT has been regulatory. It's been this idea that we could add some sort of interrupt ability criteria to the terms of conditions for participating Medicare, which would be a pretty huge change in his raised some hackles you know, among, for example, hospital groups, one just testified in congress about their opposition to the proposal few weeks back. So. It would be a big change. Be tough change. It'd be a controversial change. So I was interested that he he didn't mention that I asked Don Rucker about what he saw as the big opportunities in challenges ahead for him. What do you see as the reporter tracking this office as the big signposts across the rest of twenty eight teen? Well, I think Rucker was absolutely right that you know API's are a huge effort. One thing he didn't mention during the conversation that I'm tracking pretty closely as is a subject called a patient, matching patron identification. Now, both of us have a little unusual name so we might not run into this problem. But you know, my my girlfriend was actually at a doctor's office and she said that to patients ahead of her had their records merge because they had extremely similar names and extremely similar birth dates. And it's a common problem in the healthcare system where you have people with similar names, who you know their information. You pull the file for, you know, one, you know, Joe Smith and you got the wrong. Joe Smith stayed up and it's been a big problem for the healthcare system as we've gone digital. So they're supposed to be a report from the government accountability office later this year on how solve this problem on how to patient match correctly. And so I'm sort of interested to see how the office is going to navigate some of the regulations, the privacy regulations in this area to both respect patient privacy while also making sure you know the right, Joe Smith's data gets gets matched with with each other. We'll we'll look for your reporting in politico, and we will look to have you back on the political pulse. Check podcast very soon, dearest here. Thank you for joining a conversation. Thanks for having me on. That's it for pulse check today might thanks to Don Rucker, national coordinator for health IT and his team for making time, especially during the interoperability for him and during his tight here, my.

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"six hundred one day" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"six hundred one day" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

"Against the white sox and so i don't know if there's any correlation between getting these strikeouts if he's going for them and the home runs but that has kind of mitigated the success in curb the upside of those strikeouts j half thirty five year old lefty going do you buy into this strikeout rate ian and if not what we really see out of have i mean i do buy into the strike the problem i have is vision that he pitches in tuesday's growing up against the red sox also if you look at who is striking out and striking out white sox auriol's oils so hor he's struggling the cream of what he talking about yemen and he's struggling he struggled against the aunties and he's gonna have to face the eighties and the red sox quite a bit of course ceesay he's good but you know if you're in that division it's got inaki down a stronger point as far as i'm concerned because you know you're going to run into any give up six hundred one day against the the red sox away and that's just the way it's going to be but if you're toting a home run issue that's that's the worrisome thing with jay have justin jay hop or ian anna a in a in a twelve right okay okay so how do you assess j have with the with the big thirty two percent strikeout right but then but then the homer issue and what ian brought up about the division which will likely exacerbate or at least keep that homer issue to be a problem of some sort is he somebody that your full fading when you take in half over him or j have somebody that you have a place for but just not over ian ham.

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"six hundred one day" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"six hundred one day" Discussed on KDOW

"So show it's a beautiful thing so here's the number eight seven seven six hundred gang and whether the market's going up or the market costa it doesn't really matter because it doesn't affect you i'm giving you it's like i'm having somebody video what i'm doing when i buy a shock or sell short a stock and then you have that for thirty nine ninety five a month are you kidding me nobody else in the country do that for thirty nine hundred a month trusting that you're going to help out saint jude okay so the market is really going nowhere even though one day we're up six hundred next they were down six hundred one day we're up six hundred or even we're flap and the market just sitting there like it's stuck but don't let them blame i wanna i wanna finally let let's talk about this trying to think seriously so we can you know the truth china is winning a war they can say there's no china there's no war yes there is miniatures lion corsairs war they're stealing five hundred billion a year from us five hundred billion i love it when you trump he's unlike any other president we ever had because he's an entrepreneur he's a doer he's rainmaker he's not a politician politicians lie trump doesn't lie and i love how this show he's he's doing this one mandate changes mine does this he doesn't know what he's doing they're all everybody's in the white house is crazy now trump doesn't change his mind he changes his direction that's what these critics don't understand entrepreneurs and businessmen they don't change their mind they set there i on a goal and they're like a bulldog and they're not gonna get there to that gold no matter what they have to do and his goal he doesn't need to put his hand out like pelosi he doesn't put his hand out like schumer he's got plenty of money so he's doing it for the country and his ego he wants to go down history has been the best present ever and he will go down in history is best present ever trump doesn't change his mind but he changes direction and no one gets them the more uncertainty there is yes the market goes up and down the market doesn't like uncertainty but george that uncertain critics to say is uncertain but he's not trump himself he knows exactly what he is doing when.

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