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Japan Passes 50% Vaccination Rate, May Ease Limits in Nov.

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Japan Passes 50% Vaccination Rate, May Ease Limits in Nov.

"Japan's government says more than fifty percent of the population has been fully vaccinated Japan's vaccine program began in mid February months behind many of the wealthy countries the delay was due to its lengthy approval process and testing requirements the problem was compounded by supply shortages but the pace was picked up in may and current supplies right one million a day Japan's economy minister yes until she Nishimoto who is in charge of the vaccine program said that about sixty percent of the population is expected to be fully vaccinated by the end of September on par with current levels in Europe I'm Karen Thomas

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Why America Needs to Make Masculinity Great Again

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | 2 weeks ago

Why America Needs to Make Masculinity Great Again

"We have this generation of young men that are lost and our society has become so hyper feminized so designed around the preference of women and boss babe and women in leadership. We shouldn't be surprised that our society feel so incredibly chaotic. The masculine and the feminine both need each other but also the feminine. They have certain urges and they have certain desires that the corporate world is not going to be able to satisfy. I read the store. i'm trying to find. I don't know if it was political or not. But it was one of the new congresswomen who just got elected and she says. I just got elected to congress. I'm freezing my eggs. Because i could do that later. What an awful example. The sunday young women. Honestly it's terrible. I'm freezing my eggs. Yeah rear matters more than having children really. You sound enjoyable. Sarah jacobs sarah jacobs she. I saw that and the real question is do they identify as men and women like what. How do we actually even know what identifies as what and we are seeing this generation of lost men because at every single every time they turn the corner they are emasculated and they are told that they must feel ashamed for things they cannot change. And i don't know if you've seen some of these men. And i put that in quotes at some of these colleges. I mean to say that they are feminine looking would be an understatement muscle mass as disappearing and by the way. This is not some sort of like eerie connor. Get the story of how testosterone rates are down to saas thrown rates and men are down like sixty percent in the western world. Six the west is that right. Is that right. Yup only the west which is interesting andrew. Can you can you can you mentioned some of the stats and the story. I don't. I don't subscribe to the wall street. Journal says from one thousand nine hundred ninety two thousand sixteen to stop levels have declined an adolescent and young adult according to results presented at the twenty twenty american urological association virtual

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What You Need to Know About COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Shots

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

02:00 min | Last month

What You Need to Know About COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Shots

"For every every delta. Get a booster shot eight months after. Got your second shot or make you safer and for longer. No some world leaders who say america shouldn't get third shot until other countries got their first show. i disagree. We can take care of america and helped world too same time. President biden discussing the plan for booster shots for american starting in september. The recommendation comes as the us recorded. More than one hundred sixty three thousand new cova cases thursday the highest in nearly seven months. But the pace of vaccinations is also increasing over a million doses. Were ordered administered on friday sixty percent of all eligible fully vaccinated for more. Let's bring in the surgeon general. Dr vivek murthy. Good morning to you. Dr those pfizer and medina booster shots will become available the week of september twentieth. Walk us through. What americans should know about that and what to do well. Thanks martha eat. There are several things that americans should know about the booster announcement. We recently made number one. Is that the vaccines are continuing to work. Remarkably well for preventing people from ending up in the hospital and they're saving lives. So that's the reason we are not recommending boosters today but we are seeing is a decline in the protection against mild to moderate disease. And we're anticipating there may be an erosion in that important protection that we're seeing today down the line and that's why they stay ahead of this virus were recommending. The people start to get boosters. A week of september twenty they will start with people on their eight month anniversary following their second shot and by necessity that will end up prioritizing. Those who are at highest risk including long-term healthcare workers Long term care facility residents rather healthcare workers as well as the

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COVID Anxiety Rising Amid Delta Surge, AP-NORC Poll Finds

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

COVID Anxiety Rising Amid Delta Surge, AP-NORC Poll Finds

"A new poll finds Americans anxiety over covert nineteen at its highest level since last winter's search the Associated Press and O. R. C. center for public affairs research poll comes amid another nationwide spike in infections spurred largely by the highly contagious delta variant forty one percent of respondents said they are extremely or very worried about themselves or their family becoming infected that's up from twenty one percent in June and about the same as in January during the country's last major search close to sixty percent say they favor requiring people to be fully vaccinated against covert nineteen to travel on an airplane or attend crowded public events only about a quarter of Americans oppose such measures meanwhile fifty five percent support requiring Americans to wear masks outside their homes I'm Ben Thomas

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Joe Biden Is Not Fit to Be President of the United States

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:47 sec | Last month

Joe Biden Is Not Fit to Be President of the United States

"Biden is not fit to be president nited states. It's time for him to resign long pastime for him to resign. You better be careful with the. I can't recall type stuff because cami who is very anxious to become president. She is waiting for that. Fifty percent mark of the presidency to go which then means she could serve another two terms if she if she doesn't serve more than fifty percent of the term ida constitutional scholar. Say this to me once. I'm a little doubtful of this. Connor can check it. But there's an argument to be made that if she serves less than fifty percent of the remaining term she can serve another two terms. So it doesn't count as a full-term camera harris. I would be working. This sixty percent of the most diverse cabinet ever to start trying to invoke the twenty-fifth

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Is Obesity Genetic?

Decoding Obesity

02:38 min | Last month

Is Obesity Genetic?

"A lot of us still hold us misconception that obesity is all about willpower and self control. I know i have mentioned this. In the past as well and i just want to reiterate that obesity has been recognized as a chronic disease. A two thousand twelve online poll of eleven hundred forty three adults conducted by reuters and the market research from its source actually found that sixty one percent of the. Us adults believed that personal choices about eating and exercise what a sponsor for the obesity epidemic but interestingly the biologic cause of obesity was proposed as early as nineteen or seven as with other chronic diseases. That is a genetic competent obesity as well but before you started blaming it all on the jeans i do want to point out that this is certainly not the complete picture. Let's talk about the genetics. There have been various studies done on this to explore the genetic base of obesity. Quite a few landmarks were actually done before. We have the technology for genetic analysis. How were these studies done then. You might wonder well. These were done in twins ever wondered why identical twins look similar that's because genetically very similar fraternal twins on the other hand are not genetically similar. And that's why they also look different. So in nineteen seventy six. There was a scandinavian study conducted by 'em borgeson him to answer this question. How much of a role do genes play in obesity in children. The study design was simple and elegant. He enrolled forty identical twins and sixty one fraternal twins in his study. The twins that were selected for the study had at least one of the twins at one hundred fifteen percent of their ideal body weight. What makes this study. Really amusing is the fact that these two impairs had the same environment right from the womb. To the time they were studied what he found was that the head of the ability of obesity was anywhere between forty to sixty percent in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty six albertson card at the university of pennsylvania conducted another study proving this point further. He and his colleagues looked at danish adoption. Registry of five forty dollars the adoption records included the heights and the weights of the adoptees biologic and adoptive parents and when they analyze data and the looked at the bmi for both sets of the parents what they found was that despite having shared an environment within adoptive parents the adoptees bmi approximity those of their biologic parents rather than their adoptive parents. This study of course pointed to was the impact of jeans on obesity but did not provide any information on the extent of this

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American Airlines Will Let You Watch 30 Minutes of TikTok

Airplane Geeks Podcast

02:00 min | Last month

American Airlines Will Let You Watch 30 Minutes of TikTok

"First item is comes from actually from american airlines american airlines takes tick-tock to new heights with free in-flight access for customers. So of course. American airlines provide some free in flight wifi offerings and it just added tick-tock. Now if you'll know what tic tac is ask your kids. It's it's the popular social networking service. That's owned by chinese company. Bite dance and now on via sad equipped narrowbody aircraft american. Let you connect to talk free for thirty minutes. And there's a quote from clarisa sebastian. She's americans managing director of premium. Customer experience an onboard products has kind of a mouthful. She says faster. Wifi allows us to deliver diverse in-flight entertainment options and eve and invest in innovative partnerships with platforms like talk customers. Play the lead role in helping us. Better understand what content they want during their inflight experience and tic tac is one of the platforms. They love on the ground and we're thrilled to work with via sat to give customers free access to tick talk while they're in the air as well. I don't know do you think The typical american customer american airlines customer is a tic tac user or or is it just me. That's kind of living in the past. No i don't think they are. In fact i'm sitting here going. Why are we talking about this. I just looked it up the typical. Us audience tick tucker sixty percent. Female forty percent. Male sixty percent are between the ages of sixteen and twenty four twenty. Six percent are between the ages of twenty five and forty four. So yeah it skews pretty young and i would say it probably skews younger than the average american airlines customer. So big deal about it.

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Once Lagging, Europe Catches up to the US in Vaccinations

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Once Lagging, Europe Catches up to the US in Vaccinations

"They started off slow but the European Union has now cool talk to the United States and its vaccination drive in mid February less than four percent of people living in the U. were at least partially vaccinated against the corona virus that's compared with nearly twelve percent in the US according to U. K. science publication our world in data now the E. U. has overtaken the US with some sixty percent of the blocks residents receiving at least one days less is less than fifty eight percent of Americans among the twenty seven nation bloc it's the comes out as one of the front runners with roughly sixty three percent of people twelve and older fully protected European authorities attribute success initially and elsewhere to nationalize healthcare and the history of public confidence in the safety of immunizations I'm Karen Thomas

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YouTube Tests Premium Lite Subscription

Techmeme Ride Home

01:28 min | 2 months ago

YouTube Tests Premium Lite Subscription

"What if you just want youtube premium to get atf reviewing and you don't really need all the other bells and whistles while you're in luck. Youtube is trailing when it is calling premium light a subscription that runs six-year-old ninety. Nine cents per month offering ad free viewing across all major platforms currently available only in europe. Quoting verge. google is piloting a more affordable premium subscription tier for youtube that offers ad free viewing without youtube premiums other features like offline downloads or background playback. Premium light is currently being tested in belgium. Denmark finland luxembourg the netherlands norway and sweden premium. Light includes ad free viewing across you tubes main app on web ios android smart. Tv's and game consoles as well as in the youtube kids app however it doesn't include any youtube music benefits like ad free listening and it doesn't include premiums other features like background playback for when you want to switch to another apple continuing to listen to audio from a youtube video or off line downloads. Speaking as someone who hates the amount of ads on youtube but isn't too interested in premiums other features like offline downloads premium. Light sounds like a tempting proposition but at its current pricing it costs around sixty percent of the price of a regular premium subscription while only offering around a quarter of its benefits. Youtube says that the current subscription is in an experimental phase. However and that. It's considering rolling out more plans based on audience feedback and quote.

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Why Are HUD Stats Important?

Smart Poker Study Podcast

01:38 min | 2 months ago

Why Are HUD Stats Important?

"Alrighty so why are hud stats important. I'll keep the answer to the super simple. It's basically statistics. Tell us how often are opponents. Make an action if we know how often they do something. We can find ways to exploit that frequency for example if somebody three bets from the small blind at twelve percent. We know they're bluffing. More than sixty percent of the time but how do we know this while it is math. That gives us the answer at twelve percent there. Three bedding one hundred and fifty eight combos and that stuff like pockets. Better ten nine suited. Ace nine suited her better as ten off suit king. Ten suited are better and king. Jack off suits or better you can see. There's tons of junk here. This twelve percent range of one hundred and fifty-eight combos. It really only contains sixty two combos of value hands which are like pocket. Tens or better and ace queen or better and some of those are even a little questionable. Ace queen as queen suited could be value might not be a so a twelve percent three betters. One hundred fifty eight combos if it only contains sixty two kambas of value that means that ninety six combos are likely folding to a four bit and ninety six out of one hundred fifty eight means. They're folding or bluffing. Really a sixty one percent of the time and if they're folding all of these bluffs than our four bet to twenty five big blinds is about break even versus a ten big line three bet and we're printing money if they three bet to eleven or twelve big blinds Because their folding just way too often verses are twenty five big blind four bet and all of that is great to know and it really just comes from the simple math. Every time they three bed us we should be considering a four bit as a

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CDC changes course on indoor masks in some parts of the US

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 2 months ago

CDC changes course on indoor masks in some parts of the US

"The CDC is shifting course and recommending vaccinated Americans in parts of the country go back to wearing masks indoors the change came two and a half months after chief Richelle Wilensky said fully vaccinated Americans could go Maskell is seeing more indoor locales we have all long for this moment but yesterday Wilensky cited new information about the delta variant rare occasion some vaccinated people infected with the delta variant after vaccination may be contagious and spread the virus to others the new guidance applies to areas with at least fifty cases per one hundred thousand people in the last week some sixty percent of U. S. counties most new infections are still among unvaccinated people president Biden says his administration is considering requiring all federal workers to get vaccinated Sager mag ani Washington

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Why 'How to Be Happier' With Professor Laurie Santos Is the Most Popular Course at Yale

Untangle

02:28 min | 2 months ago

Why 'How to Be Happier' With Professor Laurie Santos Is the Most Popular Course at Yale

"Guest is yale professor of psychology. Laurie santos. Laurie taught psychology. And the good life. I in spring two thousand eighteen in response to concerning levels student depression anxiety and stress on campus. It became the most popular class in. Yale's history next core. Sarah offered the course online calling at the science of wellbeing and to date over. Four hundred thousand people have taken the course laurie. Santa's has definitely hit a nerve. The good news is that we have a lot more control over our happiness levels than we might think. Laurie talks about the fact that happiness is like a leaky tire and happy. People know how to fill up the tire when it starts to deflate. It's not fixed. She says and there are many simple behaviors and practices. We can do to impact it. She talks about how we can put the science to work in our lives. Now here's laurie. Laurie santos it is so great to have you on untangled today. I'm so excited about this topic. Thanks for having me. Let's start with this question of and know you get asked this all the time. But why is this course. The most popular course at yale like what's happening in our world that this kind of course becomes the most popular course. Yeah i mean. I think it's just that students are voting with their feet. You know i mean what we see on college. Campuses cruzi outfit not specific yell. Lots of college campuses is that students are facing this mental health crisis over forty percent of college students naturally report being to punch in most of the time over sixty percents that you're over one really and over twelve percent stated they have seriously considered suicide in the last year right with more than ten percent right so i'd a want an answer to what they should be doing. Better in sam iodate society everything. Which hot isn't giving them great ideas about what they can do. Better as. I think they saw this. This idea of scientific which leads to they can't really went for it or numbers that we totally didn't expect was surreal on campus. To have over a thousand students. Shopping the class in trying to figure out where eventually we have to teach the course in concert hall so it was a little overwhelming. But i think they really want solutions. They don't like is culture films overwhelmed.

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Lucid Goes Public to Accelerate New Products

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

02:00 min | 2 months ago

Lucid Goes Public to Accelerate New Products

"It goes public on the nasdaq. Hsieh's of lucid rose. Ten percent yesterday following their debut the startup receives four point. Four billion dollars in cash from the transaction after expenses saudi arabia's public investment fund have been a controversial for some people at least about certain things that do with saudi investment. That a billion dollars into lucid over the years they now come out of this with lucid worth twenty four billion and the saudi public investment fund owning sixty percent of the company By any measure. That's a damn good deal. These reverse merger deals Can indeed provide a cash injection to accompany to go public very quickly without the usual. Ipo process and it does give them four and a half billion dollars in cash to accelerate they're all out there roadmap much just cars. Suv's but also immobility Things like electric boats and planes e. Vitale you'll hear pizza. Rowlinson call it also home energy storage as well. Not just the lucid air. That starts seventy grand off the tax credits. But it'll go up to one hundred sixty two thousand. They are on target to deliver them. I've got a clip era of peter. Rawlinson the ceo. Talking this is edited for brevity by the way just full disclosure. But you can see the full Listen to the full audio is online on social media. How listen to what he had to say. We are on track for delivery of the groundbreaking lucid this year and we're on track for production shedule in custody monday plant. We've already started ground. Leveling for incredible integration of phases. Two and three of the factory bringing two point seven million square foot of expanded factory space ready for the introduction of the gravity project in late. Twenty twenty three

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Los Angeles Hopes New Mask Mandate Will Reverse Virus Spike

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

02:10 min | 2 months ago

Los Angeles Hopes New Mask Mandate Will Reverse Virus Spike

"We come on the air this morning. Residents of the nation's most populous county are waking up to a new. But all too familiar reality and indoor mask mandate despite all the progress we've made it's a reminder that our national fight against covert is far from over as the highly contagious delta variants sweeps. The country cases are rising nearly all fifty states. The country's daily case average has now searched by more than sixty percent in the last week to more than twenty seven thousand cases. That's a whopping one hundred forty. Three percent increase over the past. Four weeks fueling the surge unvaccinated americans who make more than ninety seven percent of hospitalized covert patients the administration now targeting misinformation to overcome vaccine hesitancy. But can they actually change any minds and could we see more major cities across america. Reinstitute their mask recommendations. Dr vivek murthy is standing by with more. But we begin with kaley hearten in la county inside the providence saint joseph medical center. Good morning to you kayleigh. Good morning martha just a few weeks ago. This hospital system in southern california was treating just thirty. kobe patients. That number has jumped two hundred and thirty and almost all of them or unvaccinated. This is an all hands on deck moment. As one local officials said as the situation continues to get worse in california for the past week in los angeles county more than one thousand new cases were reported every day and that number was closer to two thousand on friday and saturday for perspective a month ago. The county was averaging two hundred new cases every day. We've been on something of a roller coaster here with the numbers in check a month ago. La county lifted virtually all restrictions with capacity limits and social distancing bars and restaurants. They have been packed with massless people but now a sharp reversal bringing back. The mask mandate for inside public places. Regardless of your vaccination status and ten counties in california are also following suit with their own guidance.

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Iran's President Warns Weapons-Grade Enrichment Possible

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Iran's President Warns Weapons-Grade Enrichment Possible

"Iran's outgoing president Hassan Rouhani warns his country could enrich uranium to weapons grade levels of ninety percent of it chose though it still wanted to save it tatted nuclear deal with world powers to me a mall what should come on Monday about being opponents meeting Ronnie made the ninety percent remark a remedy for him to suggest to Ron could take that approach on his powers however have waned as the Iranian public south of his government the meat and economy suffering on the U. S. sanctions but his remarks signal around could take a more belligerent approach with the west as hardline president elect Abraham Gracie is due to take office next month in April Iran began enriching uranium up to sixty percent I'm Charles Taylor this month

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Air Force Mostly at Fault in 2017 Texas Church Attack, Says Judge

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Air Force Mostly at Fault in 2017 Texas Church Attack, Says Judge

"The judge says the air force's mostly at fault in a twenty seventeen Texas church attack a federal judge has ruled that the U. S. Air Force is largely responsible for a former servicemen killing more than two dozen people at a Texas church in twenty seventeen US district judge in San Antonio ruled that the Air Force was sixty percent responsible for the attack at First Baptist Church in Sutherland springs because it failed to submit Devin Kelley's criminal history into a database that should have prevented the government from purchasing the weapon used in the attack Kelly served nearly five years in the airforce before being discharged in twenty fourteen for bad conduct the attack remains the worst mass shooting in Texas history I Walter Ratliff

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The 7 Super Effective Dumbbell Exercises Thatll Hit Almost Every Muscle In Your Body - burst 2

The Dad-Splanation Podcast

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

The 7 Super Effective Dumbbell Exercises Thatll Hit Almost Every Muscle In Your Body - burst 2

"Installment of mine man. We're talking about the sevens. Super affected dumbbell exercises dental. Owns every muscle in your body. Let me ask you something here. How are your body weight exercises at home coming alone like. Are you seeing the progress. You wanted to see when you first started working out at all. Let me know in the comments. Drop it down there. Because what i found. Is that after months of doing body weight exercises alone in your living room. Obviously you're you're probably render. Try something new. Am i right and while you could certainly mix things up by ordering. Let's say peleton bike or a fancy trampoline. Something you can also choose to up the ante on your a home. Workouts with one of the most basic and affordable got to put that in there

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Enbridge Wins Minnesota Court Ruling on Oil Pipeline Permit

Native America Calling

01:47 min | 3 months ago

Enbridge Wins Minnesota Court Ruling on Oil Pipeline Permit

"The minnesota court of appeals has up held approvals of permits for the line. Three oil pipeline. The move is seen as a win. For enbridge energy the company behind the project but indigenous groups and their allies. Fighting construction are not backing down mike. Mohan reports in a two one decision. The court said state regulators acted properly when giving their consent align three which is being built to replace an aging oil pipeline that runs across northern minnesota winona. La duke is one of the leading tribal advocates speaking out against lying three. She says the state including governor at him walls has let them down. I am so dismayed by. The court of appeals and we will stand in resistance with thousands of others. This summer is young. She says the ruling will result in more people arrested or heard with opposition surfacing along the construction route last week. Protestors held their largest gathering yet resulting in arrests after people locked themselves to equipment. Meanwhile the duke says they're pleading with a biden administration to intervene canada-based end bridge says lion three creates thousands of jobs that high degrees of safety are being applied to construction and maintenance installation of line. Three is nearly sixty percent complete and the court noted its presence while troublesome too many groups and tribal members is less of an environmental risk than the current line. But luke says it's a direct threat to natural resources. Tribes rely on watersheds are now subject to bridges aggression and destruction. Even if this decision is appealed to the minnesota supreme court opponents. Worry that would take a long time before a ruling is issued. They say that's why they want. President joe biden to take action with construction moving forward now. is mike moen

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"sixty percent" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"sixty percent" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Were already one I'm not talking about doing anything at this moment but indexing is something that a lot of people of like for a long time and it's something that would be very easy to do and a lot of people have been talking about indexing for many years and it's something that I am certainly thinking about I can say that a majority of the people in the White House at the level that does this kind of thing they like indexing so it is something I'm thinking about payroll taxes I've been thinking about payroll taxes for a long time whether or not we do it now or not is it's not being done because of recession because we are Jenner mentally of we had a cut in interest rates by the fed if they would do their job properly and if they would do a meaningful because they raise too fast you would see growth like you've not seen ever in this country now if you go from the election that great November eighth dates if you go from November ninth to present you're talking about almost a sixty percent increase in the stock market you talking about unemployment numbers that are the lowest in history in many categories and overall almost the lowest ever in the history of our country I think it was nineteen sixty nine and we are set to surpass that number may not countries doing very well when I spoke to the president we were just walking in and he said congratulations on the great success of your economy in your country and I appreciated that our country is doing very well because well for CZ in Romania one of the things we'll be talking about today I assume you might be bringing that up but it's something we'll talk about it the G. seven would you like to have him back in the G. seven megabits yet again so what was the GA for a long time and now it's the G. seven and a lot of the time we talk about we talk about Russia we're talking about Russia because I've done just numbers G. seven meetings and I guess president Obama because in a footnote smart of him president Obama so it wasn't a good thing to have Russia and so he wanted Russia out but I think it's much more appropriate to have Russia in it should be the G. eight because a lot of the things we talk about have to do is Russia so I could certainly see it being the G. eight again and if somebody would make that motion I would certainly be disposed to think about is very favorably but as you know for me most of the time it was DGA that included Russia and president Obama didn't want Russia in because you got out smart of well that's not the way it really should work.

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"sixty percent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"sixty percent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Sixty percent of the stabilization design has been approved by the city council the surrounding trial will remain closed until that work is complete then a lot of problems it's going to cost the taxpayers millions of dollars but it's one of those things they have no choice it's something that has to be fixed it's not there's nothing really controversial about this it it it has to be done it's unfortunate but it's one of those things that nature has done this thing and it hasn't meshed well with the engineering so they got to fix it and it is what it is this is bailing out several homeowners is that what this is probably will yeah I and and I don't blame the homeowners necessarily they bought a house along well over yeah I got you but did they come and I'm just taking your argument because you were very very critical of those homeowners were flooded along onion creek well their homes being bought out why is it different here well but because the I mean would they bought homes next to a river that they might get rivers flood the melted creeks well I know but in this case or about shoal creek their way of of shoal creek and this kind of thing and the river washed out the earth underneath the middle backyard yeah I I I got that I got that but this is a this is something that is also no affecting public public land and we we got to fix that we've got to do it I I don't see this quite the same thing I know you don't all right jump in here at five one two eight three six zero five and how to use it I I I think that the homeowner should have some responsibility here just the homeowners along in your creek do you well I don't think everybody should have the full responsibility of think if fixing the homes and the property behind either location I at a hundred percent I don't think we have a hundred percent responsibility I think the homeowners should play a role in this as well yeah well it is pieces of their property that have fallen in yeah I guess I guess that it has to be determined how much of their fault is it I don't know yet she give you a call right nobody's fault no somebody's fault it is what it is but whatever whatever it has to be fixed and it has to be fixed soon justice department warned special counsel Robert Mueller his highly anticipated house testimony tomorrow must remain within the boundaries of his public report any question you might have for the special counsel Robert Mueller tomorrow no I because he laid it all out that's why we paid millions to have that report done it's all out there and I can't believe that we're still on the bill for more this stuff he was very very clear that this was his findings yes nothing else this is it right here the report is the report is in his his work he was very clear about that I don't know what else you could say representative Matt gets on fox last night we have to do more than just question Robert Muller we have to expose the vice investigation that was run but we also have to expose the substantial missions in the mall report there were factual mistakes for example people who had ties to the U. S. state department and western intelligence were identified as only having ties to Russian intelligence and there were circumstances were Russians tried to undermine are caught finance are duly elected president by feeding lives into the steel dossier paid for by Democrats there you go all right so that that test yes tomorrow will join some of it in progress but what questions might you have for Mr Robert Mueller jump in here at five one two eight three six zero five nine my only question will be afterwards if he does come out with a bunch of new information tomorrow that we weren't aware of that that might be damning to to to to president trump my question will be why the hell did you not put that in the report to begin with that would be damaging yeah that would be horrible right that would destroy the reputation of the FBI and the intelligence community out what that would be horrible yeah if he comes out with new stuff that he didn't have in the report yeah that's almost criminal well I I don't see how he can not do anything but stick to the report if he does not stick to what is already there for all to read if you want to curl up with that next to the fire right go ahead but if he if if he if he does not include if he if he only includes what is in that report then that's fine I don't know how he has any other choice otherwise it is damning to hill I wrote down a couple of questions that I would have tomorrow this testimony why did your team delete thousands of tax between page and struck the FBI agents who had at the end for Donald Trump from the get go yeah why did you delete those Mister Mueller why did you hold the knowledge that there was no collusion until after the mid terms because maybe you thought it might help Hillary let's see here wrote down another question why would your team made up of only Democrats and just a few questions okay six forty four here on the time to don show five one two eight three six zero five nineteen what.

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"sixty percent" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"sixty percent" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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"sixty percent" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"sixty percent" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Tire him out. But also teach them how to be better dogs. And that's what we all want for our pets. Absolutely. Josh, we agree. Totally. And with dogs like they also have problems just like humans do. So are you finding that the people that come to you and take your course with their dogs are the dogs losing weight? Yeah. We've had a number of dogs lose weight. And what's interesting. A lot of times. People will come to us just for the obedience. And then we'll let them know that the dog might need to lose a couple of pounds to and so becomes an added benefit like a lot of owners don't realize so almost sixty percent of dogs are overweight. That means more than one out of every two people who come to us having overweight tall. And the owners don't know. It's just a simple fact of not knowing a lot of times, we'll be showing owner a normal size or at ideal weight dog the media thought is well, that's all the skinny. And so just like, you know, if that's what they think is normal. Then they're going to think, that's okay. But the easiest way to tell if your dog is overweight is whether or not you can feel their ribs. The ribs you should be able to feel the ribs as easy as you would like a Sahar string almost like you can fuck them. And so that means if you have a short haired dog that means you'll be able to see the river. And that's what people think the dog is too skinny because they can see the ribs. But that's not the case, but we have had a number of people some of their dogs who's up to thirty pounds since they've been coming us from the activity and eating right? And just learning what a healthy goal should actually look like. And so that's been the added benefit of this kind of obedience and exercise is what we call. It is having a healthier pet. So we we have a happy healthy. Well, behaved pet and the owner's really love that. Let's say somebody comes.

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"sixty percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"sixty percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Find about sixty percent of the people on the streets has some kind of serious mental illness or have suffered from something like that. Which may have been a contributing factor to them having been on the streets before or being on the streets. Now, I just listened to a podcast on schizophrenia yesterday because my background's in mental health. I'm talking about new statistics such said at any point in time. There are more people with severe mental illness on the streets than there are people in therapy. That doesn't surprise me. I've been able to draw their conclusion that most of the ills that we face in this country are at the root problems of mental health, not addressing those problems with the individuals suits right for a school shootings for domestic violence. I mean across the board all of these problems mental health factors into that. And I don't know the solution. I wish I did. I guess then I'd run for office and go, hey, can fix it. Exactly. I think that's but if we can look at each individual face to face and determine what they specifically need. I think that we could take care of some of this. I think you're right there Terry because like, for instance, when someone comes into help link as a client, and we get them engaged in case management. We have a plan to help identify what their problems are. And to see what we do. Do we have what we can plug into to help their lives. Get a little easier in those areas. One of the things that we can do we can easily screen for mental health issues and then refer them to treatment for that. We don't know if it's going to happen because certainly the prerogatives to take our recommendations, but we hope that just by bringing to light making that soft identification to them giving that referral to them and showing how might be free covered for insurance or Medicare or something that that may be one less person future who's off the streets. And so we have a holistic view of the person when they come in. And you have one presenting problem we identify several they can work with we're talking with John Miller senior programs manager for hope Lincoln, southern Nevada one of our favorite charities. Of course, I think you guys these days are one of everyone's favorite here. Koskela getting recognized and awarded for the work that you do. Now, a lot of our discussion has been centering around the senior population that you work with at hope link, but that's not all. You deal with families and children all kinds of individuals who just need some help. Yep. Terry last year, we saw twelve thousand unduplicated people who walked in our doors. That's a size almost of the population of boulder city. That's how many people in just our part of town came in with some presenting problem seeking some help trying to find a solution and give a little bit of hope the senior population that I served as just maybe a third of that or less than the rest, our families and children and single people people were homeless off the streets walk in. So one of the things that we've been able to do it. Hope link is expand our housing program and offerings substantially we have a number of different programs for housing people during times of inclement weather housing people in times of emergency your transition, for instance, when they're in between residences and don't have a place to live while they're waiting for another residence to be ready. We have supportive housing programs number different things for which you listeners wouldn't understand all the terms, but we got so. Many of those different programs the state of Nevada last year recognize us as being a premier offering highly effective in all of our housing efforts. So they awarded us a very large grant geared towards keeping people housed and fed and keeping their lights on and moving them out of poverty. So we'll be expanding our staff by probably four or five people and offering a number of different services to more and more people in the community and breathe. A lot more people to our doors. I'm expecting in two thousand eighteen now five thousand more. So there's a lot of people out there because his homeless problem. It's nice to have those services available. It's great to be recognized for your efficiency and helping to house people and feed them and keep the lights on. But it's sad that we need it. I think we'll always have the poor with us. It's just a matter of what we have enough people to serve them and with programs like yours with things that I do in a number of my constituents in the community and more people volunteering makes a big difference. People don't think one person does. But they do. And that's always what you say. How can we make a difference? Don, Miller senior programs manager for hope Lincoln, southern Nevada. You guys help so many people did you say that you had unique last year? We served about twelve thousand people all unique individuals about the size of boulder city almost and since you are a five, oh, one C, three charity. The funding that you might receive. That's great. But you also are dependent on the kindness of others. Cope link is fairly well known charity and a public service agency. But we still are very highly dependent on purses wallets probably are supported more by purses and Wallace than we have grants or any kind of other allotments from other funding. Sources just individuals out there in.

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"sixty percent" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"sixty percent" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"But forty to sixty percent of the income of the family, and it doesn't take it by putting a collection bladder around. It just takes it. And if you don't fucking give it you get arrested, and they take all your shit and you become homeless potentially and not. That the Colt uses the money, and the what they do with that fucking money. They control remote controlled vehicles and other countries, and they drop bombs on people. You would say that's a really fucked up caught man, that's really really bad. How is that allowed to happen? That's crazy. We should do something about that. You know? So I think the issue is which called you want to be in. You know, do you want to like subscribe to the reality tunnel of? Well, this is just how it is man. So it works. No it isn't hours. So it's working right now. You know, we will live there the class in this country over the last ten years is a class that's been eliminated. Yeah. There's no more the mom and the dad working mom stays home and part-time homemaker that's been eliminated. Yeah. You know, we're talking about. Yes. Dodger tickets and lake tickets. You look at a dodger game when I when you and I were growing up was. Bucks to go to game. So yeah. Brother twenty four your dad. Mom now to go to lake a game at five hundred dollars for a family. So that whole experience has been taken away. Yeah. As far as life being cult. And I think wife being a call you could pick your own coat. I mean, you live in your own if you enjoy those people that you meet their come to a comedy store, and they tell you everything's amazing. I went to this restaurant, and it was amazing. And they have what the Dunkin's fiftieth. Oh, my God, you know, and Dunkin through his own fiftieth party, those people that's a complete different cult. Yeah. That's a cult of wanting to belong. There you go. Okay. I dress like you put a tattoo on my form. Like you. I have to go t-. It's it's it's the skinny jeans. I think that's a cult with no leader. Yeah. The leader is you and your fucking head. Yeah. But in the meantime, you just following everybody else's fucking. That's right me. I'm talking about. My friends parents went to Mexico and meta guy the guy sold them right diem community a place where we all work together member the share the late sixties was a different time in this country was called gain heavy. He's my brother. Yeah. So I would say you Haley, what have you mean? Dunkin went up to Pennsylvania bought a farm. We grow vegetables, we'd sell we'd be hundred percent sub sufficient. Yeah. The cult that my friend ruined max girlfriend. There were one hundred percent self-sufficient. Yeah. They grew their own pigs cows, they made they used everything of the animal that for dessert. They had blood pudding. Yeah. Okay. The if you go to house today, sit there, and you look at the mother and the father and you look at the eight kids for kids. Look like the mother in the fog the other four kids looked like. Yeah. Belong to somebody else. I was a cult leader. Yeah. 'cause he was slow. Leaping with the mom, even though the in the room right next door to it. Sure for I'm just gonna let you come take my wife and go to room next door. Fuck it why the that he was having kids with these people's lives. And then that wasn't good enough. And they started fucking the kids all those girls that grew up all fucked up in the head. That's what I don't mind that all that. What you do? Is you empty the house? You take the kids leave your dulzura there. You line them up against the wall. And you shoot 'em all because they're not going to do the world any fucking shore. You're not doing that. You just you just shooting people who have no they sold there. So they sold their soul or something. I dunno. I dunno..

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"sixty percent" Discussed on Fictional

Fictional

05:08 min | 3 years ago

"sixty percent" Discussed on Fictional

"Map of the estate, his law firm, it help account purchase it and as such, Jonathan also at a skeleton key that opened any door on the property. Previous night after Meena went to bed. The men had crowded around the map determining the best place. Each man had an envelope full of concentrated communion, wafers bumping along in his pocket, just in case I can't twenty nine Quincy yell to the others hit just finished counting the boxes of earth for the second time. They're supposed to be more here remembered. It's nearly sixty percent of them in one stop. Jonathan been Helsing said before motioning Quincy to stop, the men was about to lay wafers on the boxes, making them affectively useless. Dracula van Helsing insisted that this trip was for information only. They couldn't make a move until they were ready. He couldn't know what they knew and wait. What was that? A low rumble sounded from below. Then the floor moved Jonathan, kicked van Helsing stopped in Quincy, jumped up one of the boxes. All of them screamed in disgust and tear the floor came alive with hundreds of hungry rats quickly. Arthur lifted the whistle around his neck to his lips and blew the massive rats which Stoker says, was multiplying by the thousands froze that they listened outside came barking nearly a quarter of the rats had fled by the time. Arthur's hounds burst into the room. Those that remained didn't last long. Wait. I've never seen you with a dog. Quincy noted as he climbed onto the floor littered with dogs and way too many rap parts. You mean to tell me, oh, the pack of trained hounds roaming around the countryside that respond to your whistle at a moment's notice. Earthern nodded, didn't everyone. The other shook, their heads. Must just be a rich guy thing. Then half an hour before sundown. The group of merged from Carfax which steward's office for stiff drink and more planning before batter, midnight 'then introduced room and saw the windows open. It was early October, and things were getting a bit chilly. He could see Meena pale at a little cool to the touch in bed. He covered her close the window and went to sleep. It was more difficult not being in on everything. If you didn't talk about the count during the day, she saw that stark white face in her dreams leaning over her. She will lead the next morning amid her way to breakfast where the men were already up and talking about coffins and dogs. When she entered the room, the conversation abruptly stopped. She didn't like this. How could her husband not talk to her about the most important thing in either of their lives? It was unbearable having to leave the room before her friends felt free enough to talk. Again. She did manage to overhear something about the final twenty. One boxes were in two houses in London, which the count apparently bought under the very subtle and not at all on the nose name of count DeVille at the very least she was proud of her. Jonathan. Not only had he recovered from his ordeal out east, but he was strong. Again. He was the man. She had fallen in love with me, went to talk to r-enfield according to Dr Seward. The man was. Dangerous devious mental patient. But anytime you talked to her, he seemed calm and level-headed factor. Seward even remarked on the positive effects Meena hat on the patient that if you weren't linked to an evil super vampire Seward might actually have considered his release r-enfield given up on the flies spiders and the Spero's. He told Seward Amina that life eating put a terrible weight on him, and he was now worried about his soul. Meena help akitas sell. Nope. And it r-enfield smile degrading when he saw that it was Meena and his smile melted when he saw her face, she could see that Seward had freed them from his restraints on account of his good behaviour. For some reason, he nearly wept when he saw menas face, then his sorrow turned to rage. He told her to get out, get away from him. He didn't wanna see her again. He couldn't stand the look of her try to comb down, but the men advanced the point where she no longer. Felt safe. R-enfield wasn't well. She had read about the Spero's Meena, rushing the room and slam the door behind her. Let's see what happened later on that night. But that will be right after this here at fictional..

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"sixty percent" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"sixty percent" Discussed on RobinLynne

"What this makes you my one big stores and online and sixty percent it's really really willie really brad berkowitz runny down gam running but she knew when stole the bantu streep step in to.

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"sixty percent" Discussed on Edible-Alphaâ„¢

Edible-Alphaâ„¢

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"sixty percent" Discussed on Edible-Alphaâ„¢

"That exact same story yeah i mean they could build our plant ten times with inside their plan right you know or under and they don't need us for you know poke in the eye but at the same time like hey this could be a good solution for us to get our you know to start doing patching because we got to figure out where yeah just yet so disrobe yeah and risk mitigation system you know which is fine we know we are all alone it we're not gonna pretend we're something else but yeah i mean it's all it all works out you know it's like everyone you know everyone's kind of needed and different stages and so we're we're able to in our unique position as of right now might change but to be able to identify and get some of the larger customers and that's primarily due to our food safety program as well so we wouldn't be having sixty percent of the conversations if we didn't have the rigorous food safety and that's something again that our peace folks brought which is really really great as they developed some of the the best you know kind of food safety third party audited we're the g fsi kind of system that we scheme that rerun so that they work with the they so work with six we do yeah yeah q just six is a company that was in the fab accelerator went that did a cloud base off wear program that for food safety and that is style ending 'cause it forces you to have just the most incredibly well documented food safety.

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"sixty percent" Discussed on FT Banking Weekly

FT Banking Weekly

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"sixty percent" Discussed on FT Banking Weekly

"Seditious so that's complex and so for example being moved six or so back to milan we've moved sixty percent of moves across our investment back financy groups that replant on the brexit every taking place we'll be moving security sales people to pass before the summer and so we doing it you're in groups of people and we'd be doing the last twelve eighteen months it's so it's a loading program so laura that and many other subjects taught to richer nada rabat last week what did you come away with as kind of overall impression particular maybe starting on the on the consumer banking initiative how big is this forgotten small now i mean resulting that a couple of billion of loan in a very large bank but i think i guess the impression i got from him was out they wanted to be i mean the where to use meaning they wanted to be a meaningful part of the group and for dot i guess you could see it alternately becoming the same size as they're a mess and biking business as their magic business or any of the other businesses so they seem to have a lot of i'm bishen for it i mean there are questions whether it's the right thing for them to do on it weather then bishop they're actually achievable thirdly one of the things he said was they had no shortage of i'm vision for it and they're open to all kinds of things including partnerships with some of the big tech companies but i mean go at the moment trays out a higher multiple down retail banks so there is still a school of thought that says that if they got a big we on this just going to be something that's going to dilute the multiple therefore why should they want to do this especially when the investment banking world seems to be picking up again so they do want to be big but it's not clear that being big is a good thing for them i guess the brexit.

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"sixty percent" Discussed on PetaPixel Photography Podcast

PetaPixel Photography Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"sixty percent" Discussed on PetaPixel Photography Podcast

"Noise by an amazing sixty percent so they reduced the noise by more than half right there that's pretty incredible i believe the way it works is every reduction of three decibels is half the noise i think it's something like that i don't know as neither here nor there the point here is that drones are annoyingly loud as we all know they trigger some people right it makes people jumpy and it's not a pleasant sound their ridiculously fun to fly but if they were quieter no one would mind you know many people who are around drones who aren't using them feel subjected to their noise and that causes people to have a negative opinion of them that doesn't help people that fly them right so reduction noise not at all bad thing the flip side of that though is that people who are already wary of drones and their ability to spy on you in the privacy of your home at saturate your backyard whatever a quieter drone not exactly something that they're gonna laud as a great feature so there's that now version two like the original has a thirty minute flight time a seven mamata range which is about four point three miles five direction obstacle sensing a one inch twenty megapixel sima sensor four k sixty p video recording fourteen frames per second burst mode for stills and the classic form factor in white version to the dj i phantom for pros available right now for one thousand four hundred ninety nine dollars us and comes with all the usual gear in addition to the drone itself a battery a real controller four pairs of propellers a battery charger power cable gamble clamp micro usb cable micro st card and a carrying case now for three hundred dollars more of the company's happy to sell you their phantom for pro plus version two which comes with a five point five inch ten eighty p resolution screen that's built into the remote now those goggles are either i mentioned earlier those come with either of these drones those are going to cost you a five hundred forty nine dollars and they're sold separately r e stands for racing addition by the way.

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"sixty percent" Discussed on PetaPixel Photography Podcast

PetaPixel Photography Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"sixty percent" Discussed on PetaPixel Photography Podcast

"Noise by an amazing sixty percent so they reduced the noise by more than half right there that's pretty incredible i believe the way it works is every reduction of three decibels is half the noise i think it's something like that i don't know as neither here nor there the point here is that drones are annoyingly loud as we all know they trigger some people right it makes people jumpy and it's not a pleasant sound their ridiculously fun to fly but if they were quieter no one would mind you know many people who are around drones who aren't using them feel subjected to their noise and that causes people to have a negative opinion of them that doesn't help people that fly them right so reduction noise not at all bad thing the flip side of that though is that people who are already wary of drones and their ability to spy on you in the privacy of your home at saturate your backyard whatever a quieter drone not exactly something that they're gonna laud as a great feature so there's that now version two like the original has a thirty minute flight time a seven mamata range which is about four point three miles five direction obstacle sensing a one inch twenty megapixel sima sensor four k sixty p video recording fourteen frames per second burst mode for stills and the classic form factor in white version to the dj i phantom for pros available right now for one thousand four hundred ninety nine dollars us and comes with all the usual gear in addition to the drone itself a battery a real controller four pairs of propellers a battery charger power cable gamble clamp micro usb cable micro st card and a carrying case now for three hundred dollars more of the company's happy to sell you their phantom for pro plus version two which comes with a five point five inch ten eighty p resolution screen that's built into the remote now those goggles are either i mentioned earlier those come with either of these drones those are going to cost you a five hundred forty nine dollars and they're sold separately r e stands for racing addition by the way.

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"sixty percent" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"sixty percent" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"sixty percent" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

The WIRED Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"sixty percent" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

"Sixty percent yes you would you will notice the difference in performance but crucially the difference between using sixty and say seventy eighty ninety one hundred percent of someone spare cpu is that you would notice really now if he if they were using 100 percent which some crept i minuses of have done it which is completely sofitel will be aiming outlying atoll a yoshitake probably about five minutes to move the mouth to the clues closed button in the coal asahi up it's not let's or worse case but i think there are also of bigger issues around and this could actually being a lot was in some cases if you just look at this o of the security all the plug in itself and if if that till of taken the older approach of and introducing mao role as looking old sticking people's data and from your slack some sort of script that did that robbed them bitcoin mining oh no bitcoin cryptocurrency mining and you having a lot less and so on the on the plug in level it should have been better but this is just so of a new proved proof of concept of a of atlanta ability and it could be something that we see an awful lot more of if they are if people are able to develop more sophisticated versions of this that fly on the antivirus detection and are able to run for a long time will many more sites even a a very low cpu usage you could potentially at scale make a lot of money if you court but you would have to have it running out all at sites yogi on a law people's computers and have a lot of traffic routes his websites as well and i guess that because of the way the critic arndt he's what sorry butting in these people would notice wallets suddenly swelling in size as one person saana hoovering up or the cryptocurrency on whatever.

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"sixty percent" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

02:39 min | 4 years ago

"sixty percent" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"And hoisting phase i guess you would call it fifty to sixty percent and then of that your paying what probably thirty percent tax so you're getting down to a third of your actual economic value is being taken away by either intermediaries or by attacks authority and her camp sites grows don't get paid to just be online they only make money off of tips and tip sir tipton tokens and each token i think it's ten cents to purchase but when a girl received the token it's only five sense so they're literally were literally working for nickels hens of they're still taking fifty percent like we're getting nichols thrown at us and they still are taking fifty percent so there this is just the way that the industry has been the whole time a no one has stepped in to change it there has been no breakthrough in innovation everyone has been like oh vr like the arm horan love but were not really innovating in the sense of payment processing and how we can distribute content and how we can accept payment because like i said people are dragging us to take their money so this yet it sounds like this is the ultimate industry rock for this rupture i would agree that's why we're doing what we're doing arthur she idea turning now to the spanked chain white paper so the spent chain ecosystem can yet discussed the platform layers yes sure so it's it's sort of modeled after doses others a core layer um which is free smart contracts opensource uh coat so it's more contracts that we want to build core layer are identity and our payment channels contracts for identity i'm talking about uh a contract where performers can register and that will store their profile information like links to their social media profiles and its post two also connect to their theorem address so that as soon as a performer signs up uh they'll be able to receive eat gifts and they'll be a like anybody will be able to use adapt to look them up and send the money without any intermediaries the other things at the core layer are are vine us payment channel wallet which will be open source and uh we'll be able to.

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"sixty percent" Discussed on Unchained

Unchained

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"sixty percent" Discussed on Unchained

"So for example if we take you know this roughly sixty percent that is just being held and i would posit that it's actually higher that has a velocity of zero right and so then i actually need to look at um well what is the velocity of the stuff that's actually being used and so if i take this forty percent that's being used as a means of exchange right it turns out that forty percent needs to have a velocity of fifteen in order for bitcoin in aggregate all of its units tabbagh velocity of six i can walk through that math it's just a a weighted average but it's the rain near that make sense yeah the the point being that there's a big difference with these assets between the aggregate velocity of all of the eu's cases of the crypto asset versus the means of exchange velocity and for bitcoin i would argue that you know this fifteen number which is higher than traditional fiat currencies or most of them makes sense but will probably go even higher and i wouldn't surprise me if on many crypt assets skip philosophies that go into high into the double digits or even in the triple digits and that can actually it's it's a bit counter intuitive but that can actually a road the necessary value the necessary network value or monetary base that that krupp to us it needs to 'provision a an economy rain sent while i have so many questions unfilled when thing about what huge has said it is why do you think that they're philosophies will go higher is it just because the technology is so much faster than moving money via the traditional thinking services at night traditional thinking infrastructure yes um if if you think about you know what are things a pole down velocity a lotta it's it's friction right friction is what polls down veloce even just if we're thinking about it from a from physics right from first principles what's going to slow something down.

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"sixty percent" Discussed on Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"sixty percent" Discussed on Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

"And sixty percent of your volume is coming in from channels other them facebook look so keep that in mind that if you're looking to go do a trial about how you can start selling on social media you want to understand where is the right place for you to try doing this end to be clear if we look at what kale lemon selling kale lamb is providing customer service on their airline services through the social media channels and they are allowing their agents too sal airline tickets through social media so these agents are not just customer care inquiry takers they are also essentially order takers they are booking passage for customers so if you're national chewing gum company then potentially you're on facebook and you are shipping somebody um i don't know maybe you've got really special gum annuar selling somebody a case of gum and you're going to ship it to them i know that you think that that sounds weird but in my house there is stadium mustered stadium as surrogates bought by the case because it's not locally available in stores because stadium mustered is awesome you can check it out go to stadium mustered dot com i'm not getting any sort of kick kickback for that but it's really good stuff so you could maybe there is some chewing gum you can't find local you gotta have a you're going to order by the case i don't know but this is about leading your agents on social customer care sell that gum over social customer care will gatt way later on indifferent episodes will get into whether you should proactively or reactively be selling on social media but for now it's just a battle leading your agents do it at all this is revenue that if you close that stream off to them you're not generating revenue with those agents kale lam generating revenue with their agents okay so we talked about step one locating your customers primary channel of interest step to determine which.

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