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George Floyd's girlfriend gives tearful testimony about addiction struggle

NBC Nightly News

02:01 min | Last week

George Floyd's girlfriend gives tearful testimony about addiction struggle

"For the last ten months. One unsmiling selfie of george floyd has stood as a symbol of him an icon of the racial justice movement but today jurors in the trial of the former policeman accused of murdering floyd learned about the man. His personal story what he was like and yes his struggle with drug addiction. The prosecution not shying away from what is expected to be central to derrick. Chevron's defense floyd's girlfriend taking the stand today describing. How both became hooked on opioids. And how both tried to beat it day. Four of a trial. The prosecution. Trying to humanize floyd and through other testimony taking the jury back to that minneapolis. St where floyd took his last breaths in the custody of police gave gutierrez continues to lead our coverage. It didn't take long for forty roster. Cry as she remembered how she met. George floyd in two thousand seventeen outcome mama's play. I could tell him this now. I- conic photo of floyd ross. Said was taken as a selfie at the salvation army where he worked for his great deep southern voice. They began dating and she told jurors how he was devastated by the death of his mother himself. He was broken. He thinks that during her testimony. Meant to humanize floyd one juror off. Camera had a furrowed brow and one of his hands up by his masked face seemingly emotional raw said injuries and his desire to still be physically active. Lead floyd to pain pills. We both suffer from chronic pain. Mine was in my neck and his was in his back. We got addicted and and dry really hard to break that

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Riot Games Loses Alienware as LoL Partner, Denies Allegations Towards CEO

Esports Minute

02:23 min | 3 weeks ago

Riot Games Loses Alienware as LoL Partner, Denies Allegations Towards CEO

"So we need to talk about Ride game CEO and the allegations against him on the dreams and the sports minute from E Sports Network have to say my last two weeks in the show. Certainly haven't been overly wage doesn't and today is no different. Here's the background on January 7th. Former Ride Games employees Sharon O'donnell filed a lawsuit against her former boss right game CEO Nicola rent in that lawsuit O'Donnell alleged that Lorenz had created a hostile work environment and had fired her after she denied his sexual advances among other issues that lawsuit is still ongoing but this week sought a big piece of news around it. The first was Alienware a major partner of the Legends Esports cutting its deal with Riot games short. According to Jacob Wolfe now at. E sports that deal was set to continue through January 8th 2022, but Alienware wanted to terminated ten months early wolf also has reported that ride games image impacted by allegations like the ones with the rent as well as the ongoing discrimination lawsuit home. And the neon controversy of the last summer played an important part in Alien, we're leaving the deal early right games is still in that lawsuit with many former female employees around sex discrimination in the workplace is an issue that came to light with the Kotaku article from 2018 Ride Games is currently focusing legal efforts in that case on pushing the lawsuit to arbitration the neon controversy centered around right about accepting a sponsorship from a new city in Saudi Arabia at faced immediate backlash from fans casters and parts of the community do to Saudi Arabia's poor record on human rights in a variety of different areas. But the most topical impact on Ride Games image is those allegations towards threat yesterday right games announced that the right games board found no wrongdoing by the rent and recommended no sanctions following a third-party investigation the recommendation of no sanctions came from three people doing the investigating of a law firm to review of the allegations that law firm was hired by Riot but it was not the same Law Firm that is representing them in the case against O'Donnell the three people reviewing the law firms report were young May Moon a Harvard Business School professor and part of riots board as well as two unnamed male c-level Executives at 10 sent the Chinese company that owns Riot for his part. Loretta has denied the allegations in a company-wide email while O'Donnell's lawyers have pledged to follow this up in court.

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Brazil set to lose its third health minister as pandemic death toll rises

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

Brazil set to lose its third health minister as pandemic death toll rises

"Brazilian health. Minister eduardo has willow is set to be sacked after an inglorious ten month. Tenure during which more than two hundred and sixty thousand brazilians have been killed by a corona virus outbreak that his government stands accused of catastrophically mismanaging when the foul rights president. Jair bolsonaro named the army general. He's interim health minister on may sixteen last year. Nearly fifteen thousand brazilians had died of covid. Nineteen ten months later. The death toll has risen to almost two hundred eighty thousand and south. America's largest nation has been thrust into the most deadly chapter of its epidemic has willow whose dismal performance and him the nickname pasadena meaning nightmare was bolsonaro. Third health minister of the crisis after two predescessors walked out over disagreements about the president's stance toward covid nineteen from the outset. Bolsonaro has trivialized disease. Which both he and as well court as a little flu and torpedoed efforts to contain it through social distancing lockdowns all mass vaccination as well. Oh a fifty eight year old with no public. Health background had made clear that the person calling the shots in the health ministry was bolsonaro and not him. It's simple one gives the orders and the other obeys. He said if he's relationship with the president last october after bolsonaro overruled his attempt to buy forty six million shots of the chinese produced vaccine corona vach even so it is pezzo who now faces the most immediate risk of sanctions over his response to the health. Emergency few believed pass willows. Departure will herald a dramatic shift in the government's behaviour towards what is widely considered the worst public health crisis in brazilian history.

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Business is booming for tech companies during the coronavirus pandemic

Real Time with Bill Maher

06:15 min | Last month

Business is booming for tech companies during the coronavirus pandemic

"It is the corona bursary Was a year ago minus two days where we did our last show here and i am boy at ended quick biden set at me the whole thing i mean i thought i was gonna come back next week. We had a panel book May i able to get a shot. July fourth biden says independence day yet. It we're going to be kind of independent. So i've been leading reading you know the year everybody's running recaps of this kind of stuff this dot. I have to start with that. I thought was most amazing. Jeff bezos law lost thirty eight million his divorce thirty eight billion divorced and he made it all back in a month may thirty five billion in one month. What does this tell us about america. Gentlemen it's worse than that. We've had one individual. Gdp of hungary to his net worth since the first virus. You on mosques just in time for him to peace out and moved to taxes so he doesn't have to pay taxes. We've seen billionaires go from one point nine trillion and wealth of four trillion. The dirty secret of this pandemic is at the top ten percent much less top. One percent are living best lives virus and that some be minute we see a lot of the we actually see places that went out of business by myself. Some of my favorite restaurant. Hey i drive by. And i wanna cry. Because they've been there for a log gone forever but the people who did if you're in the sit on your ass. Look at a screen business. Amazon apple google facebook right. They made their now worth twenty one percent of the whole economy. There we used we talk about the s. and p. five hundred it's the s. and p. seven there's now seven companies that have percent of the market cap amazon's since march has added more market capitalization than all of european retail. We have effectively four companies. That are so dominant. There's more we've been overrun. There's more lobbyists fulltime lobbyist in washington working for amazon than there are. Us senators there's more people working in pr and calms at facebook. Manicuring in march and cheryl's image than there are journalists at the washington post. Yeah we are so beyond any sense of balance in our economy. The eco-systems out of control. We absolutely need to break these companies up. Yeah it's almost like we're going to step ahead. I'm old school that stepping on a. It's almost like the way that you said there bill. It sounded nefarious. Almost like they plan or something you know not that they did of course but they took advantage of it but they took advantage of there's almost like an inevitability of this kind of progress. Let's let's call it. You know where how all that money just starts flowing in these these same directions. No matter what happens to the economy. It all keeps flowing that way but can ask this one question. When i read this about the amazon apple. Google facebook twenty one percent. I mean it was written. I forget where i read it. Maybe you yeah. It was written like oh my god. Twenty one percent of the economy four companies. Yeah but i was like. That's so bad. I thought it was eighty quite frankly. I hadn't read that. I mean the biggest four companies. Who really i mean this is. What's propping up. America as the rest of his goes to shit Is that such a big thing that those the four biggest companies are one fifth of the economy pennzoil. Not that alarmed at do we want one company deciding ninety three percent of the time when we type in overthrow government whether you get Instructions on how to build a dirty bomb or voter registration. Should one company control those decisions. Ninety three percent of the time should one person control the algorithms to decide the content that the southern hemisphere place. india rec- should one company effectively control ninety seven percent of all increase in value of all retail. The third and learn. I know you think healthcare is next right. Don't you think that walmart and is it is on. We're going to be battling to of course. Why wouldn't they want that. they own everything else. Where's the all the money going sick people. That's what america does best makes people look the fastest. The largest business in the world is us healthcare. it's seventy percent of gdp its prices. Keep going up. it's nps keeps going down. That spells here comes amazon but not only is it bad or morally corrupted these companies have so much power it's dangerous. the equivalent of the nasdaq and israel is down. Not up there vaccinating. Seven times the rate when the most powerful wealthiest people in the world are living their best lives. We don't show this virus the full-throated capitalist response. We are capable of if amazon amazon. Start if amazon stock had declined seventy percent instead of risen seventy percent in the last ten months when a van with a smile shows up in my driveway tomorrow morning someone with a somewhat jumped out in a lab coat and vaccinated us. We are living our best lives. This virus has not seen what with the. Us is capable of because stop. Stop at hurt so good. If you're the shareholder class but the other the other point is the every time you wanna talk. This guy's as usual. I said everything i wanted to say. No but the other side of it is providing a service that people like you know. I mean during the pandemic you wanted things delivered to you know so the. That's what i mean the confluence of them being there at exactly the right time with exactly the right service is was very convenient so i know so. Many people have signed up for amazon prime over the last five years because the all of the things that they come with it and amazon is amazing. The type of company that amazon is and how they position themselves to literally pacman. Every every type of that is out there. it really is. I don't think we've seen anything like that type that's He remember he cornered the diaper market. Lost like one hundred million. Just but i i don't care i want diapers to write something wrong with that guy anyway but it's not as bank

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From $33k in Debt to $100k+ in Net Worth Through House Hacking & Smart Saving with Budget Girl

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

06:46 min | Last month

From $33k in Debt to $100k+ in Net Worth Through House Hacking & Smart Saving with Budget Girl

"Sarah. Welcome back to the show. I'm so excited to see you again. Thank you so much. I'm so thrilled to be here. Tell us what you've been up to the last three years. I believe in three years since i last spoke with you like on online. I've spoken to offline. Yes so last time i was on the show i had just paid off thirty three thousand dollars student loan debt on an average thirty thousand dollar income. I started at twenty six. And since then i have Saved a bunch of money and now have an over one hundred thousand dollar net worth and i am the owner of a duplex ashley. Hundred thousand air over here and if you haven't mentioned this earlier but if you haven't already go back and listen to episode six because it's just incredible i mean it's it's not the most debt we've heard paid off in the show but it's the most debt we've paid off her had seen paid off in the shortest amount of time relative to the income level that you had it's truly remarkable impressive feat and no surprises that you're becoming wealthy a few years later with the after after achieving that thank you it is. It's a lot more fun to build up the wealthy to pay off the debt. I'll tell you that and a lot faster too. That's really fun. Just grow compound. Interest is working for you or against you. Can you tell us a little bit about Just to catch up on the money story before we get into the review. You come a little bit of catch-up on the duplex potentially or any other highlights of the journey of the last three years. Yes so The duplex purchase. I actually have only had for ten months. So i bought it right when the pandemic started my i was wrenching and i was saving up for a property. 'cause i knew i wanted to do multifamily and i found the perfect place after shopping for a year. Right is the world went to hell so it came to the at a very good time because my rental apartment was actually going to increase three hundred dollars a month and so i started really seriously thinking like if i find the deal that where the numbers work. Let's go ahead and do this. So it was a two hundred thirty thousand dollar property in college station texas and it has three bedroom two bath on each side little backyard little three parking spots freeze unit very cute little things in a little subdivision near the campus texas a and m university campus in the direction that the campus is growing. So i very much anticipate that that will increase in value. And it already has. It's actually already to fifty after ten months. 'cause i just replied oh right i would point out that somebody else on this call also purchased in the path of progress and that would be scott not me because we have different investment styles but that is a really great thing that i think some people don't realize or take into account if the path of progress is going north. You did to be looking north. Because those are where the properties are going to appreciate at a faster rate than the potential path of progress than outside the potential path progress that nothing's guaranteed scott. Had a really great way to choose his property to and it was smack in the path of progress yeah parallel also my properties with two hundred and forty thousand dollars a very similar type of deal for us and even our cabinets are the same assault on instagram. Yeah the same exact cabinets that by my head but let me ask you. This is your property located what he said a path of progress in the best area. You could be living in right now if you were to purchase anywhere in the In a thirty mile radius not even close. But it's also not in the worst it's kind of a medium area. There's some older homes nearby and there's also a they just built like a walmart and a shopping center there and but more importantly texas owns so much of the surrounding area and they keep building in that direction. And i mean the university plans are on the website for free. You can go look at them and that like they're planning on growing in that direction so i could be just like a spit from one of their like giant new enormous buildings and a couple of years. Awesome in my understanding. Is your house hacking this. Yes so i am renting outside a i. Actually originally i inherited a hud tenant who is paying ten fifty a month. Her lease ended at the end of february. I m doing some fix ups on the project this month in march and i have a new tenant moving in april at twelve fifty a month also and i understand that you're crowd sourcing feedback on your remodel on instagram. So you can follow her at go budget girl and she really wants more opinions on how what color. She should paint the kitchen cabinets. A second. is that right. Oh definitely and the other parts of the house hacking of course is i actually so i have renters on a i live in but my boyfriend also lives with me and i charged him five hundred dollars a month in rent because nobody sugar mama i was. I was gonna say how did that him. That's still a good deal right. That's less than the other half the other side so like it's a three bedroom unit so we have an office and we share a bedroom. He has a lease that i worked for him. And we've both side with you know contingencies for things. It might happen. He didn't have a deposit he doesn't have pet rent and he essentially gets way more space than he would anywhere else in town for that price and due to that he's helping me with the a unit right now. He was mopping yesterday. While i was at work all right perfect it works out. But i'm glad there's the conversation and what's your mortgage payment on this It was originally just under seventeen hundred dollars a month. So i was paying one hundred fifty dollars a month out of pocket and but just reside and i was able to go down almost a whole point so my new mortgage is going to be fifteen sixty four so just under sixteen hundred so i'm going to be making one hundred dollars a month. That's fantastic. And so why did you refi. Generally it was it was it because of the Interest mostly or was there like pm. Is that you're able to shed or what were some of the things around that. Unfortunately i wasn't able to shed. Pm i quite yet. But i saw that interest rates were dropping. I was pleased with my rate. Got a three point six five right around the time that everything was going down and then it bumped up a little bit and i did. Fha loan so. I only put three point five percent down. Even though the property appraised for tenure. And more than i paid and even though it's now worth tango and more than that i'm still not quite to the level where i can shave off the pm. I but that's one hundred fifty dollars a month. And i find that to be worth it.

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Home Depot Reports Good 4th-Quarter and 2020 Numbers

MarketFoolery

02:27 min | Last month

Home Depot Reports Good 4th-Quarter and 2020 Numbers

"Home depot. Fourth quarter profits came in higher than expected but shares falling a little bit today on concerns that twenty twenty one is not going to be a strong home depot is twenty twenty was and i will just point out shares of home depot over the past year even with the drop today shares are up little more like let's call it ten percent maybe eleven percent ten eleven percent. This is not a stock that has shot to the moon in the past year. I'm it's still the same business. They've done an amazing job over the last ten months a managing their business in the wake of the pandemic. I'm i'm not sure why there is at least a little bit of pessimism today about home depot the pessimism if there is some Comes out of what a small amount of guidance the company gave so before addressing that On the numbers you know the cops were up comparable sales at that. Existing stores are up. Twenty four point five percent or total sales up twenty four point five percent and comparable sales were up twenty five percent. So that gives you a sort of level set on. How business did they don't grow a lot of stores at home depot. They they just keep doing a great job. The stores they have not many close nominee open So it's not a growth story through. They expand the size of their stores in many cases with side by side. Lots for Plants and things like that and and things that they can put outside the four walls of the store So growth for the company was about twenty five percent for the year. As you say the stock only went up about eleven percent. Part of that is because the sales growth was More expensive margins contracted because of the increased costs of operating during covid and then the guidances is a little weaker than what people might have been hoping for which is a. They didn't give any guidance. They they said Company said that because of the uncertainty of how things are going to play out They don't feel comfortable giving guidance. But if things look in twenty twenty one on the way they looked at the second half of twenty twenty they think flat to slightly positive comps

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How Facebook is Planning for a Post-Lockdown UK

The Leader

01:45 min | Last month

How Facebook is Planning for a Post-Lockdown UK

"Steve. Let's start with the big news this week. Which is of course. The boris johnson has announced the uk's roadmap out of lockdown is the role for companies like your social media platforms like facebook to play in bringing the uk outside again getting us away from screens and getting back to something like no malady. Yala david and i think that it's been ready clay roe that we can play and i think that like all organizations immediate moment when we saw the pandemic arrive any company is going to be going. Okay what can we do in. How can we help people. How can we ensure our employees siphon well enabled upright. And how can we contribute. So what is clearly a global knowledge In the uk so that was almost the mindset. We set out with a nano ten months ago. We won't be able to back in any time. Decided we do everything we could do. But certainly the kind of is important areas for a facebook have been. How do we make sure people see credible inaccurate information of course the other big paul is helping businesses in a business as large and small but particularly small businesses and founder over two million small businesses are us all platforms in the uk alone to be able to sell within the uk and actually beyond the yucai expos have. How can we help them. Develop the skills the knowledge and the capabilities to enable them to To in some cases survive and get through this and another case is really thrive and make that pivot towards online commerce.

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How the San Francisco Comunity Music Center is thriving in the pandemic

Voices of the Community

07:16 min | 2 months ago

How the San Francisco Comunity Music Center is thriving in the pandemic

"Of our counters died from complications due to hiv and aids. I'm the remaining survivor. There are many who supported a stirring that time but having navigated losing dancers choreographers audience members weekly similar to what we're seeing now and yet the differences so many people were unaware and didn't care you can tell. The pain still sits with me the trauma and i think that we are in that now. We will be in that period of time. I would say decades of time where we will be sitting with. What wasn't done. What was left unsaid. What was not attempted for the safety of people over profit. This is the co founder and executive director of dancers group wayne hazard. The dancer group was born in the middle of the aids crisis and has over the decades into a service organization providing wrap around fiscal sponsorship programs and services to incubate and support artists and the dance community as well as their historical roots at presenting unique grassroots base. Dance to the san francisco bay area. I'm joined remotely via zoom by wayne hazard the executive director of dancers group. Thanks for being here win. Thanks george it's my pleasure on martin luther king junior day twenty twenty one yes quite a solemn day and quite a powerful day so segue to our first question. Which is i think. The audience probably doesn't know dance group which is an interesting can of service group model. So if you could give us a little background on the dancers group and some of the really unique the of eighteen programs while it's my favorite topic obviously vance's group has been around since nineteen eighty two and we were founded in san francisco's mission district. We really started out. As a collective of choreographers of dance makers looking to have support space and camaraderie and ways to be in relationship to one. Another and really. That hasn't changed thirty nine years later. I like to call us now. Hybrid organization. Because i think it kind of clicks with people one and two. It's kind of what we do in terms of providing direct services to dance makers dancers those interested in dance and we also present dance at timmy's and i say that in that way because we do commissioning of work but we also have large programs of the your leg bay area dance week where pretty The pandemic we had twenty two thousand people in the spring. Take free dance. Classes all over the bay area from hip hop to who led to back to tap to beginning movement classes. Were children to adults. Dance for people with parkinson's you name it. We probably haven't morale-booster over the years so the services we do really are about you know supporting people where they are classes. Discounts performance information discounts on those and. Then we provide direct services to dance makers through our fiscal sponsorship program. We have over one hundred and twenty five dance companies dance projects that fundraise under us so each year close to one point. Five million raised less than we redistribute through expenses back to those entities where over generally pandemic times of three hundred thousand people attend those company and artists activities classes and performances though this last going on ten months with covid nineteen and so much of obviously performing arts and dance especially is a personal experience. How has the dance group dealt with the covid nineteen and economic meltdown. And then how do you feel like. It's impacted all of the dozens of dance. Performance groups that you incubate and work with big question. I'll start by saying that. Dancers groups founders along with myself win through the aids pandemic in the early eighties. All the way into the nineties and still continuing today as a worldwide pandemic beget really not seeing that way. Because of i think broadly and it's changed a bit but seeing as a gay male disease. Two of our founders died from complications hiv and aids. I'm the remaining survivor. There are many who supported a stirring that time but having navigated losing dancers choreographers audience members weekly similar to what we're seeing now and yet the differences so many people were unaware and didn't care you can tell. The pain still sits with me the trauma and i think that we are in that now. We will be in that period of time. I would say decades of time where we will be sitting with what was done what was left unsaid. What was not attempted for the safety of people over prophet so specifically to your question. I think one of the first things we did as an organization is aboard said. Are you okay and we. We talked a lot. We said to staff your job is there. We like many organizations applied for support both private foundations and others to help us navigate this time. We are very fortunate in the bay area to have major foundations. Like the hewlett some rain ins and haase's and fly checkers Really step forward and then we just looked at getting information out early on also. Many organizations were creating cove relief funds and the area had going. i and i was approached by a donor. Saying here's a large took money. Let's get this out to dancers. And i said well what if we join forces with theatre bay area would if we not created just one more fun but just was able to get more money to one fund and so the funder liked that the donor like that theatre bay area. Love that inter music. Sf joined as well and so there's a performing arts workers relief fund on theatre bay area dot org site it's also on dancers

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Center steps up to register underserved South Dallas residents for vaccine

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:24 min | 2 months ago

Center steps up to register underserved South Dallas residents for vaccine

"Here's the nbc. News affiliate in dallas texas reporting from vaccine registration event at a neighborhood in south dallas with a majority hispanic population. There was tremendous turnout at this oak cliff. Vaccine registration operation for people like to minka a sparser came. I don't know how to going the internet. Sparce says turn out here sends a message chose neither. There's a lot of people here that's willing to take that time. There's a lot of people here who are willing to get the shot. So how do we ensure that people like domingo and people from other communities of color get vaccinated joining us now. Dr james hildreth. He's an infectious disease. Expert on the president and ceo of mary medical college. He's a member of the fda's vaccine advisory committee which is evaluating co vaccine's. dr hilda. thank you for being with us. I'm just floored by this. We talked for eight nine ten months about one day. If we're so lucky to be able to get an effective vaccine not to vaccines or three vaccine effective vaccine. You know we're gonna have to work to really convince people to take it but that was going to be the problem. I i'm fascinated by the difficulty. People continue to have in getting access to this vaccine access seems to be a bigger issue than acceptance. Well ali. thank you for having me. I but the problem has many layers. There's a gap of supply which all of us are dealing with. There's a gap of trust in the the gap of access that you've alluded to a and these issues are related to the same reason why african americans biden next. People are being more devastated by the pandemic in the first place. A you know. We don't have access to healthcare on an equal basis. We don't have access to technology. So all the things that led to covid nineteen disproportionate affecting the populations are reaping reflected. Now by the challenges with vaccine. Can't underestimate the the trust issue here that we've gotta make sure. We have trusted messengers organizations. That are leading the way in terms of trying to get the vaccine to the people we want to another thing is we have detected backstage to these populations not necessarily relying them coming to the back. Things are that has to be part of our strategy. We have to get the vaccine to the communities ca. Some of them just cannot make it where the vaccine have been given. That's a major hurdle. We have to get us that.

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Rising Prices (MM #3599)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Rising Prices (MM #3599)

"The with kevin mason. The pandemic forced a lot of companies to reevaluate the change to have to raise prices over the last year because the costs that they incurred they had to pass on. We really saw at the grocery store with lots of items but for the most part things have kind of subsided. They've kind of steadied and everything is about the same. That's about to change again in one weird category. That's cheese if you go through the cheese. I'll you'll probably have noticed over the last year that the price on cheeses like mozzarella or cream cheese. They all went up a little bit as did milk prices. It makes sense but one cheese in particular parmesan cheese is about the jumped by forty to sixty percent and cost because it's aged for ten months so now that we're in the middle of the pandemic now that these cheeses which were created basically started before the pandemic now of course they're creating new cheese and those costs are going to go way up so the enduring effects of the pandemic are going to have an enduring effect on your pocketbook and it's not going to get any better for a while. It looks like if not longer.

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Rising Prices (MM #3599)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Rising Prices (MM #3599)

"The with kevin mason. The pandemic forced a lot of companies to reevaluate the change to have to raise prices over the last year because the costs that they incurred they had to pass on. We really saw at the grocery store with lots of items but for the most part things have kind of subsided. They've kind of steadied and everything is about the same. That's about to change again in one weird category. That's cheese if you go through the cheese. I'll you'll probably have noticed over the last year that the price on cheeses like mozzarella or cream cheese. They all went up a little bit as did milk prices. It makes sense but one cheese in particular parmesan cheese is about the jumped by forty to sixty percent and cost because it's aged for ten months so now that we're in the middle of the pandemic now that these cheeses which were created basically started before the pandemic now of course they're creating new cheese and those costs are going to go way up so the enduring effects of the pandemic are going to have an enduring effect on your pocketbook and it's not going to get any better for a while. It looks like if not longer.

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Mask Suppliers Want to Save N-95s for the People Who Need Them Most

Business Wars Daily

03:15 min | 2 months ago

Mask Suppliers Want to Save N-95s for the People Who Need Them Most

"It feels like forever but it's only been about ten months. Since protective face masks became on vote or legally mandated depending on where you are last april the cdc recommended that people wear face coverings in public and retailers scrambled to meet the demand suddenly stores from abercrombie to wedding dress. Outfitter beholden were stocking their shelves with masks. But of course the face coverings vary widely in terms of effectiveness from very good at stopping the spread of covid to pretty terrible medical grade. In ninety five masks are considered. The most protective. They stop around ninety five percent of small particles from reaching the wearer's nose and mouth the least effective that would be those thin fabric buffs that people pull up around their faces. Sorry runners those face coverings are just not doing the trick. Double layered cloth face masks fall somewhere in between so in ninety. Five masks are the best. But they're in short supply last april the three company a handful of smaller competitors were producing about fifty million in ninety five masks month according to the wall street journal but with doctors nurses and other medical staff relying on in ninety five fifty million a month just wasn't keeping up with growing demand and now a steady rise in cases plus a new strain of the corona viruses driving that demand higher well a few manufacturers think they found a solution masks that are effective and relatively easy to make and targeted to the general population that leaves in ninety. Five's for the medical workers who need them. Honeywell which has been churning out in ninety five since the beginning of the pandemic has introduced a new washable mask. that's woven from polyester nylon and spandex. It comes with twelve replaceable filters made from the same material. That's found in in ninety five and it runs about thirty dollars. The wall street journal reported the three m company is started focusing on masks for everyday customers. They've made a stretchy reusable mask that's about as effective as an in ninety five. The new york city fire department said it would outfit. It's firefighters three m's new masks to avoid cutting into the city's dwindling stockpile of in ninety five's smaller companies like outdoor research have gotten in on the game two. They usually make alpine climbing gear but last year started producing both medical grade and use masks like they're stretchy mask. The comes with a set of replaceable filters that one will run you around. Twenty one dollars. You'd think companies devoted to stopping the spread of a deadly virus. Might not be thinking so much about direct competition. And you'd be right kind of three m and honeywell or two of around sixty mask outfitters. That have entered into an information sharing group. That's protected from antitrust scrutiny. The go share production pricing and distribution information. That gets more masks into the hands of more people faster. They may be working together. But don't let any of these companies catch trying to pass off their products as your own. Three m has sued a florida company. That produced counterfeit n ninety five masks with three m logo and tried to sell them to hospitals at a markup. That obviously did not sit well with three m or the hospital system. That bought the masks which may or may not work in protecting people from the virus.

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Virus will kill many more, WH projects as briefings resume

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

Virus will kill many more, WH projects as briefings resume

"The buy did ministration has launched its science based coronavirus briefings and is issuing a stark reminder that the pandemic will get worse covert nineteen it's already killed more than four hundred twenty five thousand Americans and new CDC chief Rachelle Wolinsky says as many as ninety thousand more may die in the next month I know this is not on here but this is something I must say so we are there president Biden has pledged to be Frank about the road ahead and let science dictate the path it's a stark departure from what became the trump show the past ten months with the president routinely undermining public health officials in a bid to rebuild public trust the virtual briefing today featured Wilensky Dr Anthony Fauci and the leaders of what is now called the White House cope with nineteen response force Sager made Ghani Washington

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Why We Think We Need to Hire 2 More Salespeople

Journey to $100 Million

05:07 min | 2 months ago

Why We Think We Need to Hire 2 More Salespeople

"Why we think we need to hire two more sales people in twenty twenty one americans olsen and i'm days join us on our journey to building a one hundred million dollars company. What's happening it's eric. J olson kevin. And i have concluded that we need to more sales people at array digital in twenty twenty one to achieve our revenue goals for the year. So let me give you a little bit of background here. We ended the year with about two point. Three five million dollars annual recurring revenue. We want to get up to three point five million of annual recurring revenue by the end of twenty twenty one which is only about eleven months away and by the way if you start taking out things like two or three weeks for the holidays. It's more like ten months away. It's amazing how quickly you lose time throughout the year but we didn't analysis and what we concluded was that every single month at a rate digital our overall monthly recurring revenue increases by about two thousand seven hundred fifty dollars every month. So we sign on more deals than that but we lose. Some class may have lost. Some old classes have been with us for several years. In general on average about twenty seven fifty and what that meant to us was that if nothing else changed right now we would go from two point. Three million to about two point seven million by the end of the year. If we didn't do anything different now also. We have recently hired a second salesperson. Joe if joe doesn't those numbers the two point three two point seven that doesn't factor joe because he's just us recently started to actually sell after a period of training and having a couple of small deals if he gets up to quota the way we expect him to with a bunch of factors filled in he'll bring in about another five hundred thousand dollars of annual recurring revenue. That takes us from two point seven to about three point two. We are sort of our three point five million dollar annual recurring revenue goal. How do we go about filling that. Well there's a couple of ways we do it one is. We could just hope for the best. We did that last year and it didn't work so hoping for the best is not a great solution to this problem to. We try to run a ton of ads and get inbound traffic while running. Ads has never really produced. Anything russ which is interesting. Because we're digital marketing agency. We run on is for our clients. Most of our clients are be to see whereas we are b. two b. and we have an arguably complex and somewhat long sales process is a lot of explaining that has to happen in. A lot of reviewing auditing or whatnot is not just like buying something on amazon where you just click and and you're done. This is a much more significant commitment. That people are making on as have never really worked for us as a b. two b. company ourselves. The other way is we could market ourselves to this doubt. Marketing is what we have historically done to bring in new business. You know we do podcast. We do lunch time. Lives we do a whole bunch of in person networking events which may not come back for another year because of covid but we do a ton of marketing and brand awareness. There's really yes we could do more. Of course. it could always do more of that but we do a ton of that already. What we need to do is you know. That's an option. But it's not a great option. So you know what are already listed are not wonderful options hoping for the best advertising away out or marketing your way out the fourth option really is hire more salespeople so we concluded that's probably the best way to get this additional revenue that we want imagine that hiring people to get more revenue. Yeah that's the way business works so we want to hire at least one salesperson. We decided to hire to too because like there's a really good chance that one of them won't work out so well we want to do is bring on a couple of people at once. Train them both at the same time. Look if we hope for the best with these two people will far exceed our sales goal right if both of them are just amazing then We'll be way past three point five by the end of the year. But you know history shows that not every salesperson or even every person in the company works out. Well we don't want to do is just hire one and bank. All of our hose injuries for this resolution and getting up to this revenue goal on that one additional higher and then it just doesn't work out for some reason so we're going to hire to was basically music the backup plan so we have a job ad out on envied right now. We'll probably run it as a linked in job at as well but if you are a sales person anywhere in the united states preferably near the east coast just to align with the rest of the team's time zones. Then i'd love to hear from you if you would go

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The Great Microchip Shortage of 2021 Is Causing Headaches for Tech Companies, Car Manufacturers and More

Business Wars Daily

03:17 min | 2 months ago

The Great Microchip Shortage of 2021 Is Causing Headaches for Tech Companies, Car Manufacturers and More

"This is business wars daily on this monday january twenty fifth. Happy star the week everyone. Well we've got one of those good news bad news situations to kick off the week. I the good consumer demand for electronics like laptops five g powered phones and even tech-laden automobiles has bounced back faster than expected that means that consumers are spending again and that's good for the economy now the bad news. There's a global shortage of semiconductors. More widely known as micro chips are just chips yes. Those little electricity conductors that form the essential components virtually all consumer electronics are in short supply. And that is making it. Tough for manufacturers to meet demand and that in turn is bad for the economy now there have been periods of chip shortages in recent years but a perfect storm of circumstances makes this one especially tough to beat. According to a wall street journal report in the early days of the pandemic demand for laptops and cloud computing services surged among remote workers creating greater chip demand. Now ten months in consumer spending is loosening up especially in certain categories as new car sales began to rebound each with an average of one hundred. Semiconductors touchscreens computerized systems and other bells and whistles. Well that means a lot more chips on top of that. You got five g phone sales spiking and that means even more chips and then there's a so-called internet of things iot where everything from your refrigerator to your bathroom scale can be connected to the internet and of course you guessed it more chips which means big moves from the world's biggest chip manufacturer taiwan semiconductor manufacturing corporation or t s mc the company's making enormous investments to respond to the chip shortage and possibly emerge bigger and stronger than ever bloomberg reports that. Tsmc spent seventeen billion dollars last year to boost manufacturing capabilities. This year total spending could be more than twenty five billion to push its output even more that kind of spending would make it one of the biggest spending companies with a market value of ten billion or more in other words. The corporate wallet is wide open. But there's a method behind the mad. Spending competitors like intel. The biggest chip manufacturer in the us by sales are struggling to meet demand. The tech giant replaced it. Ceo after losing ground to us competitor. nevada Bloomberg report said that intel has been in talks to outsource some of its chip manufacturing to tsmc turning the competitor into a supplier to while it's not confirmed bloomberg analysis speculates that if tsmc can cement that outsourcing relationship intel may shift. Its focus away from its own manufacturing efforts and opt to focus on other areas of its business and become a long term revenue stream for tsmc right now though scoring everything from laptops to new cars is a struggle with some plants actually sitting idle while they wait for the chips they need or forced to pay higher prices for those that are available but if

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Former Make-A-Wish Iowa CEO charged with embezzling funds

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Former Make-A-Wish Iowa CEO charged with embezzling funds

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting a former charity C. E. O. is charged with embezzling funds a former CEO of make a wish I was facing felony charges alleging she embezzled tens of thousands of dollars from the charity forty year old Jennifer Woodley faces two charges first degree theft and unauthorized use of a credit card according to criminal complaints unsealed Friday Woodley awarded herself a ten thousand dollar bonus in October twenty nineteen two months after becoming the group's president and CEO and over a ten month span Woodley allegedly made eighty for unauthorized purchases for personal use on an organization credit card totaling more than twenty three thousand dollars Woodley and her husband have two daughters who have required brain surgery one received a trip to Walt Disney World through make a wish Iowa before Woodley was hired as CEO hi Mike Crossey up

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Japan determined to hold Tokyo Olympics despite cancellation rumors

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Japan determined to hold Tokyo Olympics despite cancellation rumors

"Now set to open in July twenty three the Tokyo games will put off ten months ago and now appears under threat again the times of London citing unidentified government sources has printed the games will have to be counseled in a statement the local organizing committee nothing dressing directly the times story since the Olympics all going forward and has the support of Japan's prime minister one on Thursday black said we have at this moment no reason whatsoever to believe the games in Tokyo will not open on the twenty third of July I'm Charles collect as much

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"ten months" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

03:11 min | 2 months ago

"ten months" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Ability. The you can't charge for it. Your system is broken. And all it takes his co. vid to just knock you out for good. It's going to be a fascinating moment right now. Landlords don't know what is hit them. I can tell you because we've got about sixteen different landlords in new york city. We've seen it all. We've seen the kind that are incredibly enlightened in there working with us and they realized we've had no revenue and therefore we can't really pay our rent and they're working with us. We've seen the kind of said. Tough luck you're outta here. That's what happened with blue smoke. And we've seen the kind that of said look we will give you some relief for now and then we'll see what happens for the future which i think is a rational approach but let's acknowledge something. The premise on which restaurants have signed long-term leases is completely irrelevant today. The premise was a city that was full of people living there. Many of whom have now moved a city that was full of people going to their offices. Most of whom are not going to their offices in a city that was full of business travelers and leisure of tourists. Not there no broadway. No sports when you take all that stuff away. There's just no way the kind of rents that people signed up for can be supported. I think we've all been hopeful for a long time that the federal government was gonna come through with some type of relief for our industry. They truly haven't but now we all hope the new administration that there will be because this industry employs more people in the aggregate than both the auto industry and the airline industry combined. The problem is that because there are six hundred and seventy thousand independent restaurants in cities towns all across america. It's a much harder thing for the public and for lawmakers to get their arms around then four automakers or four airlines. If i were to say delta you would say massive company and you would think atlanta if i were to say. Gm you'd say massive company in you'd think detroit. If i say restaurant you go okay. I know the guy down the street. Who makes my favorite roast chicken. But you don't think about millions and millions of employs if you look at the. Us economy the only sector that has completely lagged in any type of recovery. When it comes to employment. Is the restaurant industry if we wanna see our economy back. I promise you the restaurants are going to have to be a leading edge that you describe yourself as an optimist. Are you as optimistic as you were. Is it harder to be as optimistic now. Well sometimes the word optimism in the word hopeful get confused. There are lots and lots of days where i would describe myself more as being hopeful than as optimistic optimism implies a belief that things will work out for right now i'm hopeful i'm hopeful that we will have some sound policy coming out of washington..

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"ten months" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

01:59 min | 2 months ago

"ten months" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"We'll be better for all those reasons. We'll be back in a moment afterward per sponsor deloitte a sixty thousand square foot facility that sits on a renewable smart grid. They'll be picked up in an autonomous vehicle. That was three d. printed. this is like our industrial disneyland. We're back with. Brian numbered our of deloitte. And he's telling about deloitte smart factory a showcase for futuristic technologies and the realistic business problems. They solve the location. Wichita kansas the purpose reimagining american factories. One use case at a time a client comes to us and says hey i have an issue. I got a bunch of factories. And there's no data being ripped from orders data. But i have no idea what to do with it. We've say here's a solution that underneath it might be a combination of six seven. Different technology partners both hardware and software and really try to solve their problems before they even get back on that airplane and go home. Some companies are looking to make their factory smarter or more sustainable and others are rebuilding from scratch. I believe that many manufacturers are rethinking their supply chains many of them are considering re shoring and obviously they spent a long time going offshore for a variety of reasons to drive operational and financial benefits. Are they going to bring it back the way it was when it left ten twenty years ago as companies bring factories back to the us. They're looking forward not backward. Hey if we're gonna make this move. Let's just not make the move for one for one but let's make the move and actually get to one. Plus one equals three. I hate to say the pandemic brought some silver linings to manufacturing. But that's a great example. Where it absolutely has this. New age of smart factories has a silver lining for sure. But is it possible for a factory to get too smart. We'll find out later in the show to learn more about the smart.

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"ten months" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

09:32 min | 2 months ago

"ten months" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Being unsafe while we're not making people happy that's kind of a triple lawson. It really was not a tough decision. It was an unpleasant decision but not a tough decision. You mentioned testing. I know you partnered with clear to create a system around assessing your employees yet an app and kiosks to get into the premises. It's not something you required for guests curious. Do you think about testing guests. When you think about the next phase. While i'm open to it for sure you know if you had asked me this question six months ago i would have said i'd like to just have our restaurants put to sleep before i would have staff members serving guests while they're wearing a mask preventing them from smiling. Guess what. I gave that up quickly. And i would have said and i'll never have a situation where there's a piece of plexiglass between the maitre d' greeting you. Guess what. Put that one to rest and we did a whole lot of things that we just had to do like no menus instead. Qr codes so that you would see the menu on your iphone. Having a kiosk that would take your temperature on the way in we did implement health pass for our staff members but we did not do it for our guest because it was not connected to a recent test because we couldn't afford to pay for our staff members to get a test once a week at one hundred twenty bucks a pop it basically amounted to type of deterrent that you see in an airport when you're boarding an international flight and the gate agent says has anyone. Besides you touched your bags in your expected to tell the truth. That's what we were inputting into clear. We were not inputting actual test results but if those costs come down into the realm of five bucks as opposed to one hundred twenty bucks and instead of two hours you can get a result in ten minutes. I'd be very very open to that because this is always been about confidence. It's about making people feel confident to come to work that they're not gonna get sick and can you make guests feel confident that they can actually have a good time and not have this cloud hanging over their head while they're enjoying their dinner with friends. You've always been someone who is prepared to trying new things. It sounds like in this period. You're even more open to rethinking new ideas. Yeah absolutely we'll do anything to get back into business. I really believe is a massive pent up demand for people wanting to be with people and i think restaurants when we can get them open by hook crook or whatever technology we come up with are going to be a really constructive way for people to be with people so i want to ask you about two different decisions at two of your properties at marta. Which has this sort of signature thin crust pizza then. I wasn't traveling that well particularly in the cold weather. And take away you pivoted to the cows zone project at blue smoke yet to make a pivot to close the original location in flat iron along with the jazz club aligned to it. Can you talk to me about those two different ways of dealing with the challenges in this situation. yeah absolutely. let's start with marta. Marta is one of the restaurants we have that is actually affiliated with a hotel and we have three restaurants that are connected hotels. All of those hotels are closed and have remained closed to guests and none of those has told us when they plan to reopen. And that makes things really really tough at least in the case of marta. The hotel has permitted us to cook and serve food. So the very first thing that marty was to work with an organization called rethink food which is fantastic. Not for profit. It allowed us to hire back some of our team for the purpose of cooking food. Which rethink would then distribute to some underserved areas in the south bronx and so. That was a start for marta. And marta said. Look as long as we've got our kitchen going. Let's pivot in. Get into the delivery business. And marta was our first restaurant to serve on the sidewalk will guess what as you just said the thin crust pizzas which are amazing when you have them at. Marta don't retain their heat when they're delivered and guess what else the sidewalk outside of. Marta happen to be across the street from a massive construction site in it was not at all a pleasant place to sit outside and eat even if the pizza was hot so we shut down the sidewalk because that wasn't working and we shut down the pizza delivery and then it got to be the fall and i started noticing something happening across america. Which is that because online ordering and delivery has had this just massive increase. There has been a growth of virtual restaurant brands. Which you've never been to. Because there was never a brick and mortar incarnation of it. So we set ourselves. Will whoever wrote the rule that we can't create our own virtual brand within one of our kitchens and so when we started thinking like that we said whoever wrote the rule that marta can't do kelso's which is basically taking a pizza folding. It in half retains all of its heat because it's got extra feelings and so our chef started working on that project. He's we we called it the zone project and it's taking off and the cool thing is that when. Marta reopens as marta. Which one day it will. We will keep sony on the menu in. It'll probably become a signature dish there now in the case of blue smoke. That's one of the saddest parts of this period because blue smoke and jazz standard. Which was the jazz club. Downstairs from blue. Smoke both opened in two thousand two right after nine eleven. Blue smoke created an amazing community amongst the entire american barbecued community because blue smoke launch. Something called the big apple barbecue block party and really helped to put barbecue on the map in new york city and jazz standard tapped into an amazing community of jazz musicians the depth of sadness that all these different communities felt including me i shed tears over this. It was kind of moving. I know businesses are not people but it truly at times felt like attending your own memorial service. We held a A call with staff members. Anybody who had worked there for the past almost twenty years was invited to attend zoom call and the stories of people meeting their spouse or their partner with whom some of them have had kids or people who dealt with alcoholism and it was the community that they work with. Help them get through that. You don't necessarily realize the impact. A restaurant establishment can have until it's no longer there thank goodness we have another blue smoke. We don't have another jazz standard. I hope one day we will as i'm asking you these things. Is it uncomfortable for you. Is it helpful. Would you prefer just to look ahead. I'm an optimist at heart. I think if you just kinda stop in dwell in what's challenging about all these choices you won't be able to move forward thought a lot about where we're going and less about where we've banned just because it doesn't help me but every now and then i think it is important. It's kind of like when you've been standing in line for a long time to get into the ballpark or order your food at shake shack. Sometimes it's helpful to look at all the people behind you online to see how far you've come in so i think it's useful from time to time for me to stop in. Have this kind of a talk but mostly it's not well. I'm sorry about that to take you through it. We always wonder like. Are there lessons or is it sort of too soon to be looking for lessons. I think there are so many lessons. I don't want to gloss over one of probably the most important lesson of this entire time for me has had nothing to do with covert per se although connected and that is the experience that this country hadn't certainly our company had after the murder of george floyd. We've done a lot of soul-searching ourselves. I think for me. The single biggest lesson is not a business lesson as much as it is a lifeless in which is that there's a massive difference between being an anti-racist in being non-racist i've always really you know thousand percent believe that i am non-racist i can also tell you that i've learned that as a company and certainly as a country we have failed to be anti-racist and we've done a lot of work with fantastic outside adviser for our company because when we come back we're.

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"ten months" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

01:35 min | 2 months ago

"ten months" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"That's danny meyer. The entrepreneur who created many of new york city's most iconic restaurants from union square cafe to gramercy tavern like restaurateurs around the world. danny's had to navigate closures and layoffs periods of hope spawned by outdoor dining and then crushing. Disappointment is the resurgence of infection. Rates forced backtracking. I'm bob sathian former editor of fast company founder of the flux group and host of masters of scale rapid response. I wanted to talk to danny. Because he's been more creative in dealing with the challenges of the restaurant industry or more vocal about what it needs. This is danny's third appearance on rapid response since the pandemic hit and his story continues to shift. He's pressed congress for more aid for restaurants and push for new policies from new york governor andrew. Cuomo he's also unspoiled. A raft of innovations menu adjustments testing protocols and yet still had to permanently closed one of his favourite establishments. The pressure on danny and his business has been unrelenting but he continues to look ahead confident that our human need for in person experiences will revive restaurant going and hopeful that he can find a way to stewart his enterprise until those better days arrive. We'll start the show in a moment afterward sponsor.

"ten months" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

01:30 min | 2 months ago

"ten months" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"About everything. I saw was happening across the country i saw it was happening around the world i saw it was happening in our own company. And it was deja vu. People in our company. Were getting sick and it didn't feel safe coming to work. We're losing money while we're being unsafe wall. We're not making people happy. That's kind of a triple loss. This industry employs more people in the aggregate than both the auto industry and the airline industry combined. The problem is because there are six hundred and seventy thousand independent restaurants in cities and towns all across america. It's a much harder thing for the public and for lawmakers to get their arms around if we want to see our economy back a promise you the restaurants are going to have to be leading edge of that. This is going to be a really good time for first time restaurateurs. But it's going to be a really painful time for the restaurants built out these very expensive stage sets to have to walk away from all that investment and to walk away from the restaurant communities that they've created. I'm confident that when we come back we're going to be a different company. We're gonna be better company. We're going to be a far more diverse company and far more inclusive company and will be better for all those reasons. We'll do anything to get back into business owner..

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Destigmatizing Crohns With Clare Surette

The WoMed

06:02 min | 2 months ago

Destigmatizing Crohns With Clare Surette

"All right. Well claire. welcome to the woman. I'm so excited to have this conversation and very happy that you reached out to me in my dams yet. Thank you very much for having me excited clerk. Tommy a little bit about yourself. What led you kind of to the to the crohn's diagnosis. They got your symptoms. So i started getting sick right when i turned seventeen which i'm twenty five now. So eight years ago. It was around christmas time and as gang stomach aches and just a lot of intestinal issues. And i figured you know. It's the holidays on e. l. oughta swedes. It's probably just from that. It'll go away but Christmas came and went new years and months went on and it just got worse and going to the doctors. Every week blood tests all the time they couldn't figure it out until they finally four months later Sent me to gastroenterologist. And first time i saw him. He says rare doing a colonoscopy tomorrow. Something's wrong we need to figure out what's going on inevitably led to the diagnosis Were you frustrated at all that it took that long to just kinda get to get an answer like that to to do a diagnostic test. Like that or is very frustrating. I feel like the not knowing can make it even worse because you're dwelling on that and it's causing all this anxiety and i feel like i was really relieved when i finally was like okay. This has a name. We can do something but i had never even heard a crowns until before this. I didn't realize the road ahead of me what who would really entail. I thought okay. It has a name now. we can treat it. We're done yeah definitely. It was not the case. No i mean. I was just looking up to some more like fax and stuff is is what they krones pertains to in females and i read that fifty percent of women with crohn's disease are under the age of thirty five at the time of diagnosis. So yeah i couldn't really find anything about. Teenagers is much. But do you know the numbers on that at all. I don't know the numbers. I know when i first got sick and i've found that from what i've read. Most people get diagnosed either in the teams or in like early mid thirties around there. I believe l. But when i first got sick my doctors at the time social media was what it is today and the only resource. They could really give me was. Here's this book that this man wrote who like a middle aged man and his journey with groans. I thought okay. That's great. I respect but he's gone through a seminary night school girl. Yeah my told me how to deal with my prom. Dress amoud without fainting in Where i'm getting done and just like to do my soccer game like things. It wasn't relatable. And so i knew from then that i didn't know how but i wanted to somehow use my life my story to reach out just to help someone feel less alone because everyone i've talked to if it comes up in conversation and i say oh i have krones they always say oh my cousin has it or someone i know has it. So this prevalent then. Why aren't we talking about it more. Yeah and why wearing there more resources you know. That's what when you had reached out to me. I looked at your profile. And i was like. You're like a shining low beacon of light you know q. In this krones world. And i was just so impressed by you. Not only like you know. You have an austin money. You have beautiful photos in you know in bikinis sporting near to me and just like here is about us. Female who is taking back the narrative of krones. Thank you. i appreciate that. Yeah the awesome me. I've only had that for about ten months now. So it's still not brand new but still fairly new battle came about just when i started krones. My doctor mentioned like we can go through treatments or we can. There's a surgery option and at the time again because it's not talked about much my in my mind just thought a bag is a colostomy which that's it which is not the case i learned. There's ilyasova measor. Which is what. I have and luke an end in all different versions some can be reversed but anyway i went. I wanted to do work on taking medications. Because i wanted to avoid the bag. I don't know cost right through. How many years. Once i transitioned over to an adult. gi who. he's absolutely amazing. Him and his team at mass general in boston are incredible. But i had gone through every. Fda approved medication for crowns that was available and melt them all. And just whatever was going on with my case. Things just weren't working out. I wanna say twenty eighteen. Things started to really go downhill in my junior year of college and things i can tell things were getting worse and we just constantly trying whatever medications were left and just was not working

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"ten months" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"ten months" Discussed on No Jumper

"What's the longest bid you? She liked him months. Ten months? Was like seventeen I couldn't do ten months art stand on my head. Now you can call you blitz Richard. She's gonna blow up like fucking fucking watermelon. Definitely. So thanks for giving me that mental image to leave. What do you got on the way right now? To two that's going to be my biggest project of today. Why? Because I feel like I, I did something completely different. I changed me. All you grew. Personal shootout onto care shit that I shouldn't secure a long time ago and changing the man and I see should've lot differently, bro in up. I'm the saying, I'm the same young. He's just come in, in folks, it up, if you know meeting, you know, me, but I changed. I just wanna path I got songs with with real deal like pain, but the paint is like totally like straight talent. But you could hear it, though and I'm having people on my song life. Of course, the dirigiste on. Dirt. Got on tape. I got like seven people interacting on now gonna. Trouble trouble. I felt would lend those in. For me. I try to. As a big window. I'm ready to still having to on the way three weeks. It'd be prepared on On the air. the cost of being free. So join. So it doesn't get she free. Paul frees. You can. He got free immediately. Wow. I love it. I learned a lot through the center show. Be honest with you. I've been for a long time. Appreciate it. Note any I didn't sell must go qigong play on. Appreciate their, honestly, this. It was good till I get to meet you, in the long form scenario. You know, I appreciate your right? All right. Skip the flip flip having no jumper have I haven't jumped out. Not me someone. I'm working on. Shoot this year, do do, we had a mortal combat who back here and then took it away. I don't know. Is there one to take it away? I don't know though. I know some guys over there. They took the hoop away. But damn I wanted to stay back there. It was great. But then the problem will be people would be fucking with the right now. Banging on the wall sense. Yeah. Yeah. Send somebody go yell at me like that. No, no, no. All right. Appreciate that about Fisher Jim Jabir coups podcasts world us on YouTube, San cloud. I tunes more heat dropping..

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"ten months" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"ten months" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"Text messages and ten months. Oh and ten I thought it was one known. Okay. She'd been accused of sending more than sixty five thousand texts, but it was when they got into the phone. It was almost one hundred thousands crazy. Yeah. That's someone who will for. Sure. Stab you like if I can't have you. No one will pass. Are you doing the math Eddie? I'm trying to fight about twelve know how many months? Nine hundred a month. Okay. So break that down into week. Yeah. And then a day do all that do what are you quickly though? Sometimes go three thousand five hundred thirty three a week. Okay. And then divided by seven. Via day five hundred and four point seven day five hundred days that lay no divided by twenty four now. We'll see what it is. And our. Oh, good one. Yeah. Five hundred a day twenty one thought that may twenty one hour set consists in our. Yeah. Oh, wow. That's a lot twenty one hour NAN. Now did that by twenty four minute. Some one a minute for a whole day. So there's a thing also a story by steakhouse where this woman she attacked her parents because they didn't take it out back. Yes. She's twenty eight years old and she wanted to go to outback and her parents said, no. So she went crazy. She punched her mom. She flipped over the dining room table and ran at her dad with the kitchen knife threatening to kill him. So when the cops were called she was arrested for domestic battery battery of a person over sixty five. Older and aggravated assault. Did she get her blooming on, you know, as far as they know she never did wind up getting out back because she don't know doesn't say probably doesn't say how can you not mad? Oh, that's true too. That doesn't, but when you take the kitchen night to somebody you're not having a good day. She really wanted out back, and then she's asking her parents to take her which means easy Quinny how old twenty eight if they promised. Price mug one is what if they promised you. Okay. Flip the table over. Then always wanted to flip a table. You've never done it. No table would stuff on it. Glasses range of this. I would love to just go just flip a whole table. Like in a crowd of people like at a restaurant. Oh, yeah. That'd be awesome. I bet we can set that up. Yeah. I wanna if Russia. Let us come in not tell them. And you know, what else I wanted to do is that trick where you take the tablecloth and you pull it from. But I want to try that restaurants. No, you can't pull the whole tablecloth out candy if any restaurant will let me come on like a Thursday Friday night and give me a table and set it up and let me do the pull it out. We'll put you on Instagram Did the thing. whole thing when you want to do the pull out not the flip? I would rather do the pull out the pull out because I want to get attention be like leisure gentleman, the restaurant that magical, Bobby, and I've been perfecting this for years, and no one I do it. And it doesn't work I want the everybody's awkward reaction. Actually, finding that would be by far better than a table angry if any restaurant out there, let us do that though that would be like a make a wish. There's a woman she's thirty two she tried to pose as a homeless high school student to get back into class, which was like a homeless don't have any ID. So you have to accept me. She's thirty two facing felony charges for posing as a homeless teenager. Now. Here's the thing. I don't know what her motive was because they don't put it in this. I would understand it. If you were trying to play basketball because I see those stories where adult men go. Yeah. Seventeen thirty. They want to dominate kids in high school basketball that I understand Clinton terrible to me either. But I don't know how you get away with this. She presented a fifteen year old and she's thirty two. What are old? She looks sir. Picture ver-? It's no way that works. Right. Officials were skeptical of our story when she enrolled under the name Riley, Madison, but they were required by federal law to accept her because she claims she was homeless. She wrote a school bus..

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"ten months" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"ten months" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"House up or selling the house that's not gonna fly frank because that becomes an illegal eviction so just cut a deal with the tenant that's all just say hey here's the bottom line you get out how much is how much rent does the tenant pay thirteen hundred all right how much how much profit you're gonna make on a house found one hundred thousand what is it worth it to say hey guy tell you why you've got what ten months left on the lease i'll give you five grand and moving expenses so let's say it costs you eight thousand dollars what you're going to get upset w what do you not make a hundred thousand dollars payout eight okay so yeah also you remember you've got you give them whatever you negotiate with him i just threw out a figure i mean that's just just throwing out a figure the other possibility is telling the seller or the buyer saying okay escrow will close ninety days so now gives your tenant he's in for almost six months and you cut a deal saying you know what i'll eat three months of that and i'll pay for your moving expenses you know there's a bunch of ways you can do it you ask him what is it going to say i need the house i'm selling the house you legally have the right to stay through your tendency i'm not arguing that don't don't bamboozle him because he can find out the truth instantly and saying i want to sell the house and i'd like to give the buyer a house that doesn't have anybody in it and i know i'm asking you to curtail the lease somehow i'm i'm i'm asking you to breach the lease what is it gonna take to make you happy okay so very well yeah so you have to do but the bottom line is attendance in a house guess what whoever buys a house buys the tenant now whoever buys the house then wants to move in then innovation flies then it works but no you have to wait for the least hand right you still have to wait for the least hand pretty much hello joanne hi there yes i have a couple of questions about a living trust yes ma'am about ten years ago my husband and i grew up a living trust and passed away about three years ago do i need to update that no it depends on if it's a decently written trust it will take it will take into account that your husband or you die or both of you die they'll be language in the trust that says if you're both trustees i'm going to show that i'm going to bring up my trust that i have with my wife and it says that in the event one passes away than the other one is the sole trustee and then that person dies there are successor trustees which means is that what you have yes and that's my neck now you're fine has three children that are on on list on the trustees and one of my children is being sued that money or anything my assets and that they'll say no no that person's getting suited has nothing to do with the trust okay it has it has to do with the trust assuming that the trust is distributed then that person has those assets that can be attacked in attached by a lawsuit so let's say you have a child and theoretically let's say there's three hundred thousand dollars in the trust well the trust is its own entity and that can normally not be attacked until it's distributed and then so your your child that point has one hundred thousand dollars when the two of you die and now that hundred thousand dollars can be attached to long as i stay alive he's okay longest say live you're fine yeah got not a problem okay there you go and as i said my trust it's both of us both my wife and i are trustees now if she ends up dying which is certainly gonna happen way way before i do it's an age issue then i'm the sole trustee if i ended up dying or both of us let's say we die in a car accident or plane crash or whatever then what ends up happening is i have a successor trustee has we my partner and then i have a successor trustee after that and then i then they choose a successor trustee it's always it's a very complicated situation but i make sure that there's always a trustee in in mind because i don't trust my.

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"ten months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"ten months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"You kinda go out there right and you gotta look presentable is i everything's out there nowadays better have a head of hair for it you're welcome their wealth gung back i heck andrews writing as we were talking about how i'm like oh guys dude on grindr all the time that was one of the dumbest thing i've ever said and to her to this she responded it's also two men they can fight each other men love killing women it's like their thing it's a point yep yeah it's not a it's not a regular thing that it's a first date at my place but yeah i'll put it out there and if you're if you're game shore so far it's been lovely but instills nice it's been so lovely spend so lovely what it doesn't sound it sounds up normal what i'm doing that i'm dating multiple people tons normal the it sounds normal that it's going well having a great time he that's what it is it is it is fun i love dating multiple people when i'm not in one relationship i like three people because then the you don't have to they don't have to be all this stuff and most likely they're not going to be so you know with one person i would like to go to these kinds of shows and only go to shows or whatever it is with another person i like to do more creative things and with the third person maybe just relaxing stuff or blue apron shit it's like having one person who would have all these all these facets of my personality but it's spread out some could you don't put a lot of a lot of it on that person no care to do i would love to be able to do that i don't think i could it's not like to me people think oh you have to keep up with it and blah blah blah i don't i don't want it to be a have to see you every week or you know it's just why haven't you texted me in this amount of time it's like friendships i don't see every friend all the time i just kind of what am i in the mood for oh this friend let me make a plan on sunday and i'll see you that's i want to and i'm going to be celebrate for a year so far it's been a month so how funny is talking shit so far how funny when she says that why is it fun thank you don't find that's ridiculous to say you're going to be celebrated in non sexual for year i haven't had sex ten months so i i don't maybe it's crazy that she's intending to this is not i'm choice tired of rubbing up on a hard edge myself trying to get something cooking carry look like all right no i wish i could do that i really do i think that's cool i'm hoping i think i think a lot of times the guys get but hurt because they start feeling that oh in my not good enough and i'm like you don't want more than this we both want this amount the only reason why you're considering anything more is because you want me to stop doing this other stuff and that's ridiculous i just want okay there are friends that i do certain things with like female male whatever i want some of my friends to be the people i also sleep with like oh we really like going out dancing together with this person oh we really like going out to comedy shows and also sleeping with each other with this person and i want it because i feel like in a relationship the stuff is already there i already liked doing certain things with you it's going to exist in our relationship based on our interactions and our personality so for some i'm hoping that'll be sex and then it's not a lot of pressure would you be having sex with these three people at the same time like in one night i mean if or but no no usually grit i usually do one's in brooklyn queens it's a little easier than i'm like oh i'm in brooklyn i know who's here keith girl dot com slash feedback i'm reading keith.

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"ten months" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"ten months" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Notice to for new lease at ten months which was over fifteen percent increase so it's now about nineteen eighty five at they're asking for they vow to provide me with proper notification they only gave me twenty days signed this new lease i went to my landlord and the remedy he came up with is just to extend my extend my current lease to may thirty first and then go ahead and sign the new lease and i lost on on most of interests of other apartments that could have been looking for and i was wondering if this no no you can't you know there's not that's not damage what he says is he didn't get proper notice he goes i'll tell you what i'll extended so there is proper notice and what you're saying is you did know when you could have gone someplace else correct that's not gonna fly no no case oh right excellent new case what are way to start see now i'm in a good mood hi pamela boy i know that one hi yes i cosigned alone for my niece when she went to college ten years ago i just received notice that she's behind him hey miss she'd been in deferment all the time i didn't know it so now they're coming to me for the payment navient but i wanna know if if the garnish wages do they gonna hers or mine or both garnish whoever they can get their hands on her first or do they just darn it's everybody just garnish whoever has the money they don't care you're a guarantor they may try to garnish both they may just garnish yours and if you're the one that has the deep pockets they'll they'll just go after you i mean it's it's as if you took out the loan right so two people have taken out the loan they can go to one they can go to both it doesn't matter and how much money are we talking about my dear thirty eight thousand and she's now in default right while she's close to it and so then can i take her to small claims grill i don't know.

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"ten months" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

POLITICO's Nerdcast

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"ten months" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

"Months nearly ten months underwater look if you look at the breath the public polling that's been out there since the new year he h he is standing has recovered somewhat most of the polls don't show him at parity between approval and disapproval but they do show a significant uptick in his approval ratings and if you're looking at how he can sell some of his legislative initiatives whether it's things that he's accomplished on taxes or or some of the things they're hoping to accomplish on immigration and infrastructure or whether it's his political hinden going into the 2018 midterm elections it certainly helps that his popularity has improved to some degree now i'll say this 47 percent the his best paul has him tied approvaldisapproval most polls have still more a more voters in americans disapprove of his job performance it's not a good place to be but it's a better place than he was if we were going back say two months but keep some context i'm sure there's a lot of listeners out there that have been accustomed to reading stories the entire first year of the presidency this president is that historic lows historic low popularity favorability approval ratings what however you measure it he has been an outlier and a historic low how is it possible that he will be closing the gap right now well look you know these things are are fluid and as we saw on election day and in 2016 when he was elected with forty six percent of the national vote despite having a favorable rating in the thirties he was able to bring some folks who who while it may seem an and for a lot of our listeners who may be dead set either for or against him there are some americans who are really looking at two to see how things were going who may be were willing to give him a chance whether they voted for him or not but were unhappy and dissatisfied with the way the first year went some of those folks appear to.

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"ten months" Discussed on I Have To Ask

I Have To Ask

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"ten months" Discussed on I Have To Ask

"How do you feel about at ten months in verses omer very whereabouts talked about it when it happened i thought of the stock thought this was it was a disaster you know the absolutely absolute disaster and i thought that um you don't think he's growing in office but no i mean i know i didn't mean so much you still think it's a disaster i have some idea about that i mean has anything about his appeal or what he represents and kind of american history changed at all for you in the last ten months not really no nonarmed deepened if anything i mean because like i met i mentioned earlier you know uh dipping i mean that is i mean i feel like that's pretty much in line with how he ran we'll have more from my guest right after the break cybersecurity digital transformation mobility these trends are reshaping business in the technology that powers it today's digital workers need uptodate secure tools to compete in the digital economy but how do you about security cost and performance one key modern computers powered by modern silicon the endpoint imperative a podcast series from intel brings together it experts and leaders to tackle these and other important issues impacting today's fastchanging digital universe downloaded subscribe to the end point imperative wherever you find your podcasts i wanna ask you this question because i think you know one thing about your rating which we which we talked about was kinda the the scepticism for the sceptism about positive change in how hard that is in a society was wondering in terms of your own life um people in your own life and whether you feel like you know people who have changed about race and racial issues the way they think about it or deal with it and uh it what if there is a larger lesson there for for the way societies can or can't change.

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"ten months" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"ten months" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"This and that's why we have a promise to keep this and what we're focused on this is what so equally frustrating to me just as a citizen or not as a partisan as a conservative republican or what this opportunity is so rare plants it's not going to come back in our lifetimes again if you guys in the house and senate could just come together with trump's agenda or if you don't get maybe he comes together with yours or whatever he's the guy that one on an agenda he that right if you guys could just appear to be unified for three to five months trying to push this agenda the democrats wouldn't win an election for twenty years you can own it on the basis of merit on the basis of substance at one talking to you right now rush item percent aggregate they give you tend to this in the house were doing our job and out we have passed more bills in the first ten months of the trump presidency in fulfillment of this agenda then in the first ten months of obama clinton in both bush's sweep at three hundred ninety four build out of the house of the g frustration brought his three hundred eight of them are still stuck in the senate filibuster all the other issues they get a deal with over there uh but we are rolling bishop jenna through whether it's the military whether it's passing obamacare repeal and replace we've done these things in the house but we see this signature issue and we we have completely merger to president on this one the president along with the house and the senate rolled out the framework this bill is the completion of that framework of tax relief and tax reform and this bill the tax cut in jobs act is exactly what the product president ran on it exactly what we ran on and that is why we are so committed to getting this done naked actually twickenham win elections and we think i'll be who that will help us do that because we'll keep make good on our words but because people are hurting the country needs it they took it as faster economic growth well that's higher wages and that's what we need and that will help but it is it is important.

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"ten months" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"ten months" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Your jersey starts right now supersized revere it's jersey's joe ry thaddeus evans jane ten months to soothe if you are upi and all the yes his in my dad man when she was she was was was she says janice just by police no.

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"ten months" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"ten months" Discussed on WCTC

"That many guns that he really do over the course of ten years they do it over the course of ten months uh you know what's he radicalised did he travel to the middle east now i'm stories on drudge today that he took cruisers and some of the went to the middle east isis is claiming this guy so no i'm not denigrating you nor me i've got several guns i've got plenty of ammunition i shoot all the time a matching the people who have gone to emulate them are going to be this guy this is very very rare would he did my question is as a human being because i want to know why he did this what signs were there which signs were ignored what does the fact that he had sixty guns have to deal with it right and you know i think when you look at allocate the you know i think i would have known of everyone in my circle whose but caught up a crazy so as right right it would be difficult because filled up but regarding like an algorithm what could beat up now i would have no problem with you know if i bought like fikret are as opposed to i have what it off your what quick recap of the have heard of an algorithm with bhp out but hey this is an unusual amount of a certain type of weapon i propose who you know perry one for comparing lim tool right gripper purposes leading builder overflow pretty realistic thing that they could have done and then acquitted ballot right real with the you'll lengthened about where heavy pan at federal epa secondary part of the screening i agree with you all heartedly any here's the problem but i'm having the left decides the nra did this the left decides a bog trump strike stock did it of the left decides we must only let police and the government have guns in the left decides people knew the need this kind of weaponry to go hunting the second members about hunting it's that about it's not about targetpractice it's about keeping the government in line and stopping any potential tyranny from happening in this country we have.

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"ten months" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"ten months" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Nine to ten months for a top secret clearance efforts to reduce the backlog coincide with the pressure to tighten the reins on classified material in recent years intelligence agencies have suffered some of the worst leaks of classified in permission in us history still calls for faster clear at processes are getting louder dan pain director for the us defense security service said last week in an intelligence conference if we don't do interim clearance is nothing ever gets done yet pain described handing out interim clearances as very risky business on the face of partial background checks feet all are being given access to secret and top secret information sometimes for long periods of time he said he's got murderers who have access to classified information is rapist and pedophile is he also said i have people involved in california i have all these things at the interim clearance level but i'm pulling these clearances on a weekly basis when we find out pain i didn't say how many criminals his agency had discovered or if the offenses were new or old or any of them had mishandled classified material efforts to reach him for this story were unsuccessful people being investigated for interim clearances are subject to background checks as well but quick access to state and local records can be challenging said a former defence department official who was not authorized to speak about the issue in commented only on the condition of anonymity more than four point three million people hold security clearances of various levels according to the office of the director of national intelligence they include nearly three million ethnic confidential hor secret level and more than one million at the top secret level ninetyfive percent of all background investigations are conducted by the national background investigations bureau which does some of the work itself but contracts the rest to private firms intelligence professionals say serious changes are needed in the entire system which dates back to the 1940s that was long before the internet social media cyber attacks and massive classic by dislosures like the national security agency leak perpetrated by edward snowden hundreds of thousands of people packed a sunny streets of downtown barcelona spain yesterday to celebrate catalonia's national day an anniversary that provided a stage for many catalans who hoped.

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"ten months" Discussed on Science for the People

Science for the People

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"ten months" Discussed on Science for the People

"When you buy a package they often come from places like new zealand but how much milder winter's so what about maintaining the hive what's that like on a daytoday basis why in terms of the time commitment it changes over the course of the year so of course from the winter all i get to do as darrow through my window at might be used in kinda wave hello to them so there's not much to do in the winter i'm comes bringing needs to be checking them once the temperatures are above ten celsius and the time commitment for that is about an hour a week kerr highs seadoo a weekly hive inspection and in that haydn's faction ideally you look at every single frame in every single box in the hive and you're checking for evidence of disease and also looking for the health of the hive and evidence that the queen is laying and that the the hive is happy and healthy now you mentioned the weather we have approximately ten months of winter so how what do they do during winter they don't go into hibernation per day by insects as the temperatures get lower their metabolisms slowdown so they certainly aren't as active as they are when it's in the winter but what they've form around the queen is a biebel and so there's this dense cluster of ball of bees kind of like in the penguins how they they form this bath in light of the masses warmer than the outside a so there is slow migration from the outside to the in science with the queen being in the middle and they vibrate their thoracic muscles to generate heat of the inside of that bieb all no matter how cold it is outside is about thirty four th.

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