35 Burst results for "thirty days"
Transitioning from First to Second House Hack
"To recap. You bought a house. Inner nevada three bedroom. Two bathroom main house. I believe with a one. One basic mother-in-law sweet above the garage wrecked about the perfectly out for a house. Ac you and your wife alison been there for two years. We we were there for about a year and a half year knafo correct okay so year and a half and what you live in the main house. You've been air being being the mother-in-law sweet above the garage and then you've done a great job of pivoting with that one covert happen. You switched to medium term rentals so as we. I want to get some numbers with you and details. Is you pivoted to medium term rental on there and now you have moved out your new property. So tell us about the pivot from a short term rental medium-term rental covert. I say about a year ago and why that's changed your investing philosophy so when kovic hit my wife and i looked at each other like. Oh crap our whole principles. Our philosophy is based off of short term rental people. Travelling people aren't traveling so the whole part of the game is adapting. And seeing what we can do. And so that's when we really started Looking into medium term rentals and medium term rentals or anything over thirty days and we started looking into furnish finder and copa to try to get people in because furnished finder is actually focused more towards traveling nurses and everyone knows during covid. There's a lot of traveling nurses and so that really got us through twenty twenty out safe. From april to september in september we opened backup april-september medium term rentals saved our business and during that process. We knew that we noticed that. Okay this is great. We're not doing laundry every night. This is great. have to deal with the cleaner. We're not having constant turnover. We're having more professionals come in and live with our live in our property that are more quiet and sleep during the and work at night and it just it really fit my wife and i during that time fit perfectly and we couldn't ask for anything better all right and so give a frequency so medium term rental is everyone everyone a few months turnover. Yeah it depends on what they're looking for the shortest term you can do is thirty days but we've had some up to four to five months and we've actually had people come last minute like hey can i stay a little bit longer. But we're really trying to keep it as business and keep our occupancy and our turnover or occupancy as low as possible so we have people lined up so we have had to turn away a couple of people but all in all we've had excellent excellent
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"Objective or substance. Within thirty days the agency also banned exchange coins which are proprietary coins. Issued crypto exchanges. That can be treated and also pay fees irish justice minister heather humphreys which would give irish police the power to compel people to provide passwords when executing a search warrant with fines of up to thirty thousand euros and up to five years in jail for noncompliance. The bill would also require police to make a written record when doing a stop and search which would include location age gender and ethnicity information to better document trends of who the procedure was being used on beats announced. The wireless beats studio buds for one hundred fifty dollars offering active noise cancellation. Ip export water and sweat resistance and five hours of battery life. The earbuds will integrate with control center and so offer hands-free series support on ios but also support fast pair and google find might vice features on android preorders are open now shipping june twenty-fourth. You look really nice to bitcoin. Miners approved the tap root upgrade to the crypto currency in november. This is the first upgrade in four years. Which is meant to improve efficiency improve. Privacy make multi signature transactions infective unreadable and support Smart contracts on the lightning network payments platform. Bloomberg's mark gurman and debbie sources. Say that apple will release an updated apple watch this year. Twenty twenty one with a thinner display. Basil an ultra wideband radio and a faster processor. Apple will reportedly update both the standard and se. Model apple watches in two thousand twenty two as well as introduce a model for extreme sports athletes including adding a body temperature sensor to some models. All right those are the quick hits. Let's talk a little more about g mail and workspaces. Your g mail account may soon get a different look to google announced its workspace. Productivity suite is available to all google accounts. Now you don't get everything yet. It starts making google chat available in g mail in the place of hangouts chat which it is interoperable with but has a few different features. It's mostly a renaming so if you go into settings right now and say. I switched me from hangouts to google jet. You get a different look and you get a few more. Well maybe bell and whistle. These group chats are not the same however as rooms you may find that some of your older chats were set up as rooms in hangouts and rooms will reappear if you switch to this showing up separately but don't get too used to that because rooms will soon be called spaces this. With a number of new features like better message threading emoji reactions user roles moderation tools and basically things that make it more like slack than like texting. So that'll be the difference between chat which is more messaging interface even though you can do groups and spaces which is right now called still called rooms which will be
3 Habits That Will Change Your Business and Life
"The good thing about habits is that once you form them. They're actually hard to shake. Actually become who you are because a big part of your life and you don't let them go with other good or bad but sometimes starting a new habit is really hard to pick up so throughout today's lesson. I'm gonna give you some tips on how to pick up this habit how to make it. A part of your life had a stay consistent until it becomes one. You just can't shake a lot of research out there about habits. One of my books is charles. Do higgs book the power of habit. And there's a lot of studies about how long it takes the form a habit. You'll hear thirty days you'll hear twenty days but the study found that i really trust and what i actually found has worked for me or a has been true to me is habits. Really gift formed within forty days. Let me is a little over a month just under six weeks if you think about it. If you do something for six weeks it just becomes a part of your life. That's all pretty long time in terms of doing something consistently personally. I think that twenty days kinda short It's easy to kind of get out of habit between the twenty and thirty day mark and of course it all depends on how challenging creating or picking up. This new habit is for you personally. So i like these rule from a forty days. Do this for forty days and you will make it a part of your life do for four days straight and you will regret so this with the first habit that will change your business in life and i know when you hear some of these are going to be like really omar. Yes and i will explain so the first habit is waking up early. I know this sounds like you've heard it before. And so many people say this. And yeah omar. I read the miracle morning by hal. Our odd and i know that all the best achievers do this but this is really hard. Well there's a reason why you've heard so many times. There's a reason why you know all the cheever's jewett is because this actually works. This actually helps you in so many ways
Pros & Cons of Inherited Tenants
"So today's question is when you purchase a property with attendant already in the middle of their lease. Can you increase the rent or do you have to wait until their lease is up. So that's pretty straightforward. Answer is depends on the lease is a a month to month lease or one year lease or a two year lease so of their leases. Not yet you have to wait until their lease is up there. On a month to month lease you can give them notice that you're going to increase their rent or you can give them notice that one releases up you are going to increase it. If say they have six months left on the lease and look at your state laws because some states like new york state they have different requirements as of the time period. For you to give notice that. You're not going to renew a lease or that. You are going to increase the rent. So i don't know exactly but it's something like if the person has lived there for less than a year it's thirty days notice if they lived there for two years. It's sixty day notice any longer than that. You have to give maybe ninety days notice so make sure you know your state laws and regulations to when you are giving notice that you're going to increase the rent. Tony what do you have. Yeah because the only thing i'd add is that sometimes there are situations where maybe there isn't at least in place right like the owner. The landlord their current owner doesn't know where it's at or can't remember what it was and i haven't purchased a property where i've inherited attendance but in talking with some of my other investing friends one of the things that they use it's called an stoppable agreement and basically you just get the current party so the owner the landlord and the current tenant to sign the agreement saying. Hey here's what we believe the current terms of the lease to be that way when you step into it as the owner. You're not surprised by the owner. Told me that this is what was happening but attended thinks that this is what's happening and then you're kinda stuck between a rock and a hard place and a stop agreement as a way to kind of get past that
Audioburst Now Has One Petabyte of Indexed Talk Audio Content
"Audio bursts now has one peta bite of index talk audio content from that which includes podcasts and talk radio joe. Biden was the person mentioned. The most over the last thirty days and apple got slightly more mentions than google
Will Steger's 1989 Route Across Antarctica in Gone
"Tell us why now for this film well. The two young filmmakers i worked with it was their idea actually when i met him about seven years ago. They wanted to do a film. I give them for all my archives and they join me two of my expeditions. We went to antarctica either. All i knew about the film was called after. Antarctica is for the first time last month. Will your team made this four thousand mile antarctic crossing nineteen eighty nine at the time. Did you have any idea that climate change would be evolving as the crisis of our time now back in nineteen ninety. I was very much aware of of climate change. I actually taught it my classes in the late sixties. But i never thought it would happen so quickly. It was twelve years after that in ninety nine nine hundred ninety when we finished it when the larsen ice shelf broke up in two thousand and two dow was my called action. And that's it was two thousand two that a realize this is very serious and nobody is really aware of. What's what's happening. And that's critical right because those larsen ice shelf. You actually cross those during your journey right. And then now they're gone. They're gone and it took us thirty days across Both larsen abmc and now they're mostly gone in a shelf that have crossed both in the polar areas in the arctic car. I have the cynic integrated and we've lost about sixty percent of the ice on the arctic ocean in the summer. So you know it's happening so quickly. Accelerating very fast right now.
We're Testing Out Vintner's Daughter Products So You Don't Have To
"If i used my face as an experiment and i did a thirty day. Vintner's daughter challenge where i only used. Let me say this with a caveat. I'm going to kind of build out. A smaller skin-care richmond. But i just thought why. Don't i just use these two products on my face after cleansing and see what happens. So that would be their active treatment essence and then they're active botanical serum and then. After thirty days. I would report back on. What if anything had happened now. We're not doing this in conjunction with them. They don't know they don't know about this. I feel like. I've pitched something like this to myself before but i've never followed through but evan i i have right. I love the idea of pitching something to yourself for kate. Here's an idea. But i think i've even said this on this here podcast but like i was just looking at the products. You know. it's to products. So i was like i could really. I could scale down to a cleanser. This active botanical Excuse me there. And their serum and just see what that's like to live thirty days with like three steps and then of course sunscreen with the caveat that i am probably going to want to exfoliating once a week and also have an extra moisturizer on hand in case i feel like the serum is not enough so i have embarked on this journey today dory And i started this morning. A and i'll everything's changed. My face is completely different. Wow i'm a new one. No everything is citing my face. My skin feels amazing. I'm probably going to keep a couple cleansers on hand to depending on how my skin feeling. But i i was really thinking like i m fifty out. My medicine cabinet my overflowing with products. Look a blessing from a blessing from doing the show. But so yeah. So i was gonna i was gonna give that a go They're vintner's daughter. Describes their active treatment essence as a hydrating formula that delivers radiance and renewal to all skin. So i've started that today.
Facebook Upholds Trump Ban but Will Reassess Decision Over Coming Months
"We're waiting for this past. Week was the fate of president trump's ban on facebook facebook's oversight board ruled that for now the ban will remain. The board ruled that facebook was justified in banning trump but took issue with the indefinite suspension calling it vague and uncertain. They gave facebook six months to decide if the ban is permanent and also to fully explain their decision in the meantime president trump has launched his own site where you can get his statements in a twitter like format for more on why trump remains banned on facebook will speak to heather kelly technology reporter at the washington post. They came back with the sort of split decision. The way the board is set up and again it is created and funded by facebook. The people on it are chosen by facebook but it is considered sort of separate entity. And the way it's set up is that they have two parts every decision. I is binding not legally. But like i dunno gentlemen's agreement with facebook that facebook will do whatever the first part is and that is if it's going to overrule its ban or pulled it and in this case it did uphold the ban of trump and the second part is a series of policy recommendations and facebook is considering its suggestion that go back to the drawing board and come up with a different punishment as policy recommendations and that means it actually doesn't have to abide by it but it is going to have a public reply sometime in the next thirty days so they give them six months to come back with this new plan on it and basically. They said that when they suspended him it was vague and uncertain. They should have decided re going gonna permanently ban you or not so. That's kind of where that whole thing lies. The president did respond in say that free speech has been taken away from the president of the united states. As we remember this all goes back to the riots on the on the capital from january six and and a lot of the statements that he was a posting on his social media. So what were the specific things that they were ruling on the specific post. They did look at the two posts he made on or around january six. They also did look back at past posts but those weren't taking this much into consideration. It was really about the final decision and what it included and inspired post hit expressed support for the people at the capital
California Recall Has Enough Signatures to Make Ballot
"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a recall vote on California governor Gavin Newsom appears all but certain the effort to recall California governor Gavin Newsom has enough valid signatures to qualify for the ballot the California secretary of state's office has announced more than one point six million signatures have been verified anyone who signed recall petitions now has thirty days to withdraw their signature or the question will go to voters and election is likely to be held in the fall with two questions should news to be recalled and who should replace him the second question would be valid only if more than half the voters say yes to the first hi Mike Rossio
Canada Bans Flights From Covid-Hit India, Pakistan for 30 Days
"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting Canada bans passenger flights from India and Pakistan due to a coronavirus concerns Canada is banning all passenger flights from India and Pakistan for thirty days due to an increasing wave of covert nineteen cases in that region Canada's transport minister announced the ban hours after India reported three hundred fourteen thousand new infections in the previous twenty four hours a global record Canada's health minister said half of the people testing positive for the corona virus after arriving by airplane came from India cargo flights from India and Pakistan will continue hi Mike Rossio
A NASA astronaut's lessons on fear, confidence and preparing for spaceflight | Megan McArthur - TEST
"Talks daily. How do we leave fear behind. It's a crucial question in this time of so much uncertainty. Well who better to address this question than a nasa s rinat megan mcarthur. She talks about risk ambition and how spaceflight is a family business in her twenty twenty conversation with ted women curator pat mitchell. Welcome megan although pat thank you for having the let's go with the question that i think is probably coming up for many of us. This is unusual husband and wife met during your training and and the year that you got married. You both flew into space separately. You on the hubble telescope mission and bob on the mission to construct the space station and ironically if your mission had gone awry or needed help bob was assigned to be on the rescue craft. You know launch day for all of us at time of great excitement but also anxieties about the risk and the fear. We might feel inside just watching. How do you prepare for launch day. Well one of the most important things to focus on for me was really preparing my son and making sure that he was ready and that he enjoyed the experience of watching his father launched and complete this mission that he'd been training for really for most of our son's life so when we walked out onto the roof of the launch control center and we could see the rocket off in the distance and were lining up against the rail ready for the countdown. And of course. I got my arms around him and we hear three two one liftoff and then and then we see the rocket carrying his father. Know jumping off the launch pad. And for me. It was this moment of of just an outpouring of feeling and emotion that had been with me for such a long time. And and you know this. I'm crying and i'm laughing. And i'm just shaking and so i had to let go of my son who was fine by the way he was completely fine and covering up my mouth. Because i don't know what kind of sounds i'm gonna make with. You know this this complete terror and this complete joy at this moment and thinking about what it took to get there my husband. You know an accomplished astronauts experienced air force flight test engineer. He he'd formerly been the chief astronaut. And i've watched him launch into space twice before and it's been terrifying every time Why is that so. Of course i love my husband but it's more than that. It's that i love my husband. And right now i can't do anything at all to impact the situation. I'm i'm standing on a rooftop. I have no job. I have no way to contribute. And so that's where for me. The fear comes from is that feeling of helplessness. And so over and over in my life. I've seen of course that training and preparation can get us ready for an event like that. But it's it's having the input having the ability to impact your situation. That is what removes the fear and balances it. It balances it for you. So the education the experience. That's a you have to have that but also having a voice Having an input having a seat in the cockpit is what allows you to leave that fear behind but what about your son megan He won't be there. He'll be on the ground watching. Mommy take off into space. Just as he watched his dad who returned safely. But how have you taken special. Preparations for him. Disea- mommy doing the same. Well his his first reaction when learning that mommy was going to go into space. I he told me no mommy. You can't go That was his very first response and then as he got more comfortable with the idea. You know his dad went up and came back and then he said well. Okay you can go for thirty days but one hundred and eighty days. That's too much you can't you can't go for that long He's also obviously seen his father. Go through all of this and so it it for him. It's become this normal thing. This is a normal thing that mommy and daddy do. We'll read stories back and forth while i'm here in russia over over video conference And i was given the idea to fill a jar with chocolate kisses and then he can have a kiss from mommy every day that i'm gone so he likes that idea very much just to be clear. It's a great message that this young man is getting about mommy and daddy doing the same job isn't it and i just want to bring forward a quote from the space x leader gwen chartwell. Who was asked about. You're going your husband's going and she was questioned about you're flying in the same pilot cedar spacecraft as your husband and here was part of her answer. I'd like to point out that you know. Megan is first and foremost and astronaut. When it comes to our perspective will. I did want to reach through the screen and high five michelle when she said that. I very much appreciated That remark you know. It has changed for me over the years the first time i flew in space I was married. But i was not yet apparent and both my husband and i came to nasa s people and we met and married of course At nasa at a different Thing to take on as a family that you're doing this thing that's for yourself Kind of for the greater good. The the notion of exploration and discovery is is something to engage in. And i think that that example You know for my son to see that his parents are engaged in this thing that yes it takes us away from him. But it's in those. These are important things to do and you were in high school. Megan when the challenger space craft tragically exploded and the whole world confronted the reality of the risk that you and your husband and other brave women and men are taking. I remember that moment. And i still hold my breath every time tearing each and every launch. So how do you find the balance between knowing
David Cameron Faces Inquiry Into His Dealings With Greensill
"Over the weekend we finally heard from a former political figure who had been brought a quiet late despite repeated attempts by janice to get in touch with them. This is david cameron. The former prime minister full during a series of allegations over the greensville saga is about david. Cameron's pat statement after news stories over the weekend. Suggesting drink matt hancock when it came to trying to a help for green. What did he have to say. So he has issued a statement saying i reflected on this at length. There are important to be learned as a former prime minister. I accept that communications with government needs to be done through only the most formal of channels. So there can be no room for misinterpretation. So he's not saying he's done anything wrong. He's just saying that things could have been misinterpreted because the system has allowed them to be misinterpreted and he thinks those things should change. I was quite interested by the timing of this statement. So you could say that Has been quite a few of the things namely one of a dominant thing on the news agenda. That may have made cameron statement a little less featureless highly in the news agenda. Also i think that would reached a stage where all the newspapers were feasting on this. And when you've got all the newspapers competing for the next new lying on a scandal that's when you know it's not going to go away and you need to do something to stop the flames Going ever higher now. I'm not sure whether what he says is going to stop the flames. Going ever-higher if i'm honest because it is something i see that he's allowed to grow as a row for six weeks hours a long time that he's thirty days is taken him to respond to
Study: Drought-breaking rains more rare, erratic in US West
"Government research finds that climate change is making rain storm patterns more a radic in the west increasing the length of drought conditions across most of the region researchers say over the past fifty years rainstorms have become increasingly unpredictable and more areas are showing longer intervals between storms that means more intense and more dangerous wildfires parched crop lands and not enough vegetation growing to support livestock and wildlife but government hydrologists in Arizona says the most dramatic changes were recorded in the desert southwest we're the average dry period between rain storms increased from about thirty days in the nineteen seventies to forty five days now and the problem seems to be accelerating the new findings were published in geophysical research letters they come amid predictions the US could see the worst spring drought in almost a decade hi Jackie Quinn
Brandon Elliot Charged for New York City Anti-Asian Attack
"Also in some justice news today local authorities said wednesday. They filed three felony hate crime charges against thirty eight year. Old brandon elliott in the brutal stopping of an elderly asian american woman. A case that could test the f- the efficacy of such statutes amid a national groundswell of concern over rising anti-asian attacks manhattan district attorney. Cy vance said elliott. A homeless black man on parole after serving seventeen years in prison for killing. His mother told sixty five year. Old ville macari. You don't belong here before. He launched the unprovoked attack in midtown on monday. Elliott faces two counts of second degree assault and one count of attempted. First degree assault the carry a maximum sentence of twenty five years as well as other punishments for violating his parole. The beating was captured on a lobby surveillance. Video from condominium showed several on lookers failing to respond one closed the lobby door as she lay just outside on the pavement the assault caused widespread outrage another in a rash of high profile attacks on people of asian descent including the mass shooting in atlanta. That left six female. Asian workers and two others dead in march and the fatal assault also captured on video of an elderly tie immigrants francisco in february. The alleged assailant's in those cases have not been charged with hate crimes illustrating the complexities surrounding how such cases are handled. The charges against elliott came a day after the biden administration announced steps to respond to mounting pressure from leaders including expedited thirty day internal review. The justice department aimed at bolstering the federal agencies tracking and prosecution of hate crimes and bias incidents other measures included reinstating white house initiative on asian americans and pacific islanders and allocating nearly fifty million dollars in new grants at the department of health and human services to assist survivors of domestic violence. And sexual assault with new api outreach
White House takes action to respond to violence against Asian Americans
"General merrick garland launching a thirty day. Review of how the justice department can best fight hate crimes as the white house also takes actions in response to a surge in anti-asian attacks president biden expanding. Kobe equity task force to address bias against asian american communities in nearly fifty million dollars from covid relief funds being given to programs that help victims of anti asian
Chicago deli giving away 1,000 sandwiches if customers come in wearing mask properly
"Shut automatically stellar. We all have maddie's deli very famous place giving out a thousand free sandwiches today to customers wearing a mask. Manny's initially started to give away as a challenge. Challenging at the south delhi would give out sandwiches if we go thirty days having ask anyone to put a mask on properly. Wear your masks prior to the challenge. They said it hadn't made it longer than a few hours with that. Have to ask people to adjust their masks. Within a day the restaurants have the challenge had already failed and at least seven. People had to be corrected Later that same day they revealed that an anonymous donor would sponsor free sandwich. Day for the first thousand customers wearing a mask And they announced that it would be today. Unlimited thousand sandwiches given out first come first serve basis to customers wearing a mask. The doors opened at nine thirty. The daily also noted that on top of the promotion it would be giving out sandwiches to all four hundred and fifty staff members at uc mass vaccination site today as well so Go support manny's always. But i guess today you can get in there and i think they'll be all along that so good but starting at nine thirty thousand free sandwiches. Manny
Netflix Is Cracking Down On Password Sharing
"The free ride is over and seemingly. Half of america is going to have to awkwardly cutoff. That boyfriend or girlfriend. They haven't spoken to in five years because netflix's apparently running a test that cracks down on password sharing prompting users to get their own account. If they don't live with the owner of an account cutting the struggle in the prompt customers are told that if you don't live with the owner of this account you need your own account to keep watching in order to continue. They need to verify the account with an email or text code or create a new account within a thirty day free trial. We've heard the test right. Now is only on tv devices. A net flicks. Most person told the stream abo- quote. This test is designed to help ensure that people using netflix accounts are authorized to do so. It isn't clear if users in the tests all need to be on the same. Ip address to be considered in the same household according to net flix terms and account can only be shared with members of your household. Quote the netflix service and any content viewed through our service are for your personal noncommercial use only and may not be shared with individuals beyond your household and quote until now. Netflix says not done anything to police. This except set limits on simultaneous streaming. Their basic plan allows streaming on a single device while the standard plan offers streaming on up to two devices and the premium plan on up to four devices. However they don't limit you on the number of devices a single account can be logged into. There has been talk. That companies will become more aggressive on password sharing as the industry becomes more mature and quote. Yeah we've known for years. That netflix has been aware for years. Just how much password sharing was actually going on. Don't think you were being that clever. So the interesting thing now is why. Now why is this the time that netflix's decides to do something about all this. Although some research suggests that the number of people digitally squatting as it were on other people's netflix account could be as high as a third of the net flicks user base. So you know that's not an insignificant number potentially tens of millions of users. Netflix could suddenly monetize for the very first
Murder Suspect Christopher Buggs Mistakenly Released From Rikers in New York City
"A new york city murder suspect has mistakenly been released from rikers island and he is still at large Fox news reports that twenty seven. We have his picture in case you see him around Twenty six year old. Christopher bugs was jailed without bail at rikers while awaiting trial For more than three years. He's accused of fatally shooting fifty five year old man outside of bodega in brooklyn in two thousand eighteen and he was arrested three days later but in a different criminal contempt case a judge sentenced bugs to just thirty days and that sentence was mistakenly listed as the final disposition in the murder case jail. Staffers didn't realize the error they released him on tuesday corrections officers warned. He is considered armed and very dangerous.
"thirty days" Discussed on WTVN
"The U. S. for thirty days spokesman for United told CNN that at this point all airlines can say is that they will comply with the administration's announcement president trump also crossing off some engagements on his calendar the White House announced trump's canceled events in Nevada and Colorado out of an abundance of caution from the corona virus trump's plans included a stop in Denver Friday in a speech at the Republican Jewish coalition conference in Las Vegas Saturday announcement comes after trump address the nation on the old us here in Ohio there may be a fifth case of corona virus but that is yet to be confirmed by the Ohio department of health mercy health Saint Joseph hospital in Warren's reporting a patient tested positive for the virus but again that's not been confirmed by the state the fourth case confirmed as in a fifty three year old man and start counting and that was contracted via community spread with regard to sports Ohio state's cancel the spring football game unlimited access to spring athletic events to family and essential staff the NC double a tournament games in Cleveland and date next week will be without spectators the blue jackets games in nationwide arena will be off limits to fans beginning with tonight's game against Pittsburgh Asian Americans of one LA suburb or worried about attacks over the corona virus outbreak in many of them are buying guns to protect themselves and their families the daughter of a gun shop in the San Gabriel Valley east of LA says he's been extremely busy in recent weeks so he said ten times as many customers as usual some days here is home to a high concentration of Asian Americans some say they're afraid they be targeted if there's a local I. break at the infection that began in central China late last year I'm Scott Jennings next reported eight for breaking news and weather alerts instilling follow us on Twitter at six ten WTVN news happens what this breaking news severe weather and traffic information Columbus's newsradio six ten WTVN early to.
"thirty days" Discussed on Pro Rata
"Harada we take just ten minutes to get your smarter on the Clinton Tech Business Politics I'm Denver Mac today show Softbank Pays Adam Newman to go away and how one Virginia Town is getting drugs via drone I thirty days of impeachment so it's now exactly one month four Tuesday's ago that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced an impeachment inquiry into president trump and the big story so far is speed remember to call between trump and Ukraine's president took place just this past August less than two months ago and we've already had tons of witnesses document requests widespread expectations that the house will wrap up and kick things over to the Senate by Thanksgiving now compare that to the Nixon impeachment where took eighteen months between the Watergate break-in in house authorization of an impeachment inquiry and the Nixon resigned six months later before the House voted to impeach or look at the Clinton situation where nine months it's passed between the first media report of affair with Monica Lewinsky and the House inquiry launch with another ten weeks until impeachment itself the bottom line here is that the White House in Republican points about process aren't slowing down well slowing down the process and the Senate trial could come well before Christmas in fifteen seconds go deeper with axios political reporter Elena trine first this there's more news out there than ever before but these days it's harder than ever to find it and to know what to trust axes am takes effort out of getting smart by synthesis housing the ten stories that will drive the day and telling you I they matter subscribe at sign up dot axios dot com and now back to the podcast it we're joined now by actress political reporter Latrine let's start here just state of play were thirty days in but what happens this week and kind of what's the most important thing that happens this week this week there are three depositions behind closed doors I'd say one of the most important things will see this week is today actually the bill Taylor the person who replaced the former ambassador to Ukraine Marie Ivanovich is going to be testifying behind closed doors to the House Intelligence Committee oversight and born affairs committees he's expecting to have a very damaging testimony to the president he was someone who was revealed to have a lot of concerns with potential for investigating well he was he was the guy the famous text exchange with Sunlen the the ambassador to the U The you know the call may raise the one who was supposed to call right and he was someone who was very clear that he had concerns he wrote that there was this nightmare scenario he referred to several other trump officials who have come forward and testified about this for the impeachment inquiry referred to that the idea that the president might withhold aid to presidents Alinsky of Ukraine in order to have some sort of agreement that he would investigate his political opponent Joe Biden but then also there's a lot of concerns like what if he never falls through on this what if this is helping Russia he someone who really was thinking about all the repercussions of this while some others were like no don't overplay it he was someone who was very concerned you still a State Department employee correct Bill Taylor yes so he then testifying in contradiction what the there was a State Department told him not to and he's showing up anyway or the State Department giving them a green light the White House and the trump administration has very much encouraged anyone not to comply is there alignment yes we are not complying or helping the Democrats in what they see as a witch hunt against the president but bill Taylor is coming in and sure I don't believe that he was subpoenaed but I should probably look at that but he is coming in today and it's definitely not in line with what the White House would want the maybe it was two weeks ago this whole thing seems to be running in dog years I said it's very quickly in the intro except it does also feel like it's gone on forever you know the the White House not complying is that slowing down Democrats at all because clearly there Arthur Democrats want that they're not getting so they're really going around the White House as best they can they recognize that yes they can subpoena people left right and center but the problem there is they want this to be wrapped up as quickly and efficiently as possible and in order to really have to enforce subpoena you have to go through the court system so what they're doing is trying to bring and trump administration officials both former and current who can come in and give them some of the details that perhaps people like secretary Mike Pompeii or Rudy Giuliani who were he figures in all of this they won't be able to get them when you talk to folks on the hill particularly Republicans on the hill I think there's a a a pretty general perception that this is the opposite to democratic run impeachment but Democrats want impeachment Republicans don't impeachment and this is ultimately a partisan food fight is there from what you've can tell any crack on the Republican side you obviously one or two who people here or there but anything bigger than that and more substantive or not yet I think that's still to be determined it's possible that there could be a bigger cracking this I mean that's what the Democrats are hoping for that's what all these depositions are for they're hoping that there will be something else that comes out of this the Democrats jobs they hope Donald Trump decides to resign tomorrow is reasonable like I mean from what you hear I mean do you get that sense that there are people who are potentially on the fence and could legitimately be convinced if compelling evidence was arrive evening Republican Republicans yeah it's very unlikely there is a potential we had that interview with Mitt Romney on our axios on HBO show the other day where you know he would be one person that you could see I think if one person falls there could be a domino effect people Republicans one hundred percent behind closed doors are criticizing what's going on people are pulling their hair out over what Rudy Giuliani what they call the shadow foreign policy they are you know kicking themselves when they are defending the president and saying you know at first one of their spoke with a committee source of their news like yeah of course it's like the most frustrating experience ever route defending the president saying no he didn't ask for any help to investigate and then the president comes out and says it himself on the White House South Lawn so there could be people who fall but as of now Republicans are sticking to the Party line and are not planning to play this game to the Senate let's assume that they will impeachment at least Democrats obviously will vote to do this and this kicked over to the Senate Mitch McConnell has said there will be a trial once he says that how much control does McConnell have come pared to John Roberts Chief Justice Supreme Court technically is the one who oversees impeachment and other McConnell just like bring it up and say hey let's vote and then go home or does there have to be a real trial with witnesses all everything that entails those details are still being worked out and honestly they haven't worked out really at all I spoke with McConnell team over the weekend and yes McConnell has said that he wants the house impeachment they want the house to vote on articles of impeachment by Thanksgiving so that any sort of Senate trial can be wrapped up by Christmas and so that it doesn't extend into a essential election year but that timeline is totally that is not something that they've all agreed on he has not spoken with Nancy Pelosi or Chuck Schumer yet on any of this the hope is that if and when and everyone thinks when is the question it's not an f. when the house will vote to impeach the President Chuck Schumer and McConnell they're hoping will come together Aaron get together in a room and work out some sort of definitive timeline so that it's not left up to the Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts because then they get along well enough they can do this on scalper their total art says of course but I do think that no one wants this to drag out no one wants this to potentially affect the the twenty two thousand presidential election and thing things on their terms will benefit both sides final question for you speaking of affecting twenty twenty presidential election give me odds here I know they're low but what are the odds that come November twenty twenty from now Donald Trump is not sitting president of the United States I mean very risky game to play people part of this in two thousand sixteen and it didn't work out well for them so I'm GonNa win he's not when we go to the polls the incumbent I honestly think this whole how this impeachment stuff plays out less so more about whether he'll be removed I don't think right now it's very lear that he probably won't be removed in the Senate but how the messaging does affect him if enough people there are some cracks that are showing some GOP voters are starting to get fed up with all this craziness around the president despite supporting him so if there's enough that comes out in this that does sway people there could be a chance that he doesn't but as of now now I think he still has a great chance of winning twenty three and actors book reporter who covers politics enough that she is good enough to avoid a direct answer to a simple question thanks for joining us. Thank you Dan final two right after this axiom chief technology correspondent Dana free chairs breaking news and analysis on the most consequential companies in players intact from the valley to DC subscribe to get smarter faster and sign up dot axios dot com and now back to the podcast was already an investor valuing we work just this past January at forty seven billion dollars the new deal will cut that down by around seventy percent second the board of directors really have a say they're voting but they don't really get to vote because former CEO Adam Newman still has so called super voting rights whereby each of his shares counts ten times as much as everyone else's shares and Softbank is giving them around two hundred million dollar golden parachute to pick their deal over rival offer from J. P. Morgan third some Softbank employee's will indeed get paid through this deal so-called tender offer but most employees were hired in the last couple of years they get wiped out and finally don't be spread see we worked co-ceo Biko CEOS by day's end not because Softbank is firing them but because they're expected to quit and finally this morning people in Christians Bird Virginia can now get their drugs be a drone now to be clear I am talking about approved pharmaceuticals here a google affiliate called wing is running a pilot test or pilot let's cast drone delivery for walgreens pharmacy it's also running similar delivery programs for Fedex and a local gift shop called Sugar Magnolia these are the first FAA approved commercial drone delivery his anywhere in the country and Times can drop off just minutes after an order is placed proving I guess that impatience can pay and we're done thanks Confront Producers Tim Chauffeurs and Jesse Lee have a great national nut day and we'll back on Thursday with another pro rata podcast..
"thirty days" Discussed on The New How Podcast
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"thirty days" Discussed on The New How Podcast
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"thirty days" Discussed on The New How Podcast
"We have shea duran from culture matters welcome j a pleasure is all yours shit shit that so jay who the hell are you tell the people who jade arana's and tell me why culture matters i appreciate that question i would say the a the culture man has what they call me an instagram culture matters because think of it like an invisible ecosystem of shared belief created by influencer and maintain buddy alignment of influenced meaning there's a lineman or a trust and invisible lasso that holds together a relationship like a spouse or a relationship between a parent and a child or the relationship between a partner and their business partner of the relationship of the congregation of people that get together to prey upon some form of belief system or an under leader a relationship between the community individuals senators continual relationship and ship and relationships relationships all held together by belief systems so culture matters because culture is basically people and people are ideas and what they believe and yes yes it's everything shoot at every level all the trash so you gotta walk into how now you're the master of this 'cause you're right you have a t shirt on and whether you've seen a thing it's literally says culture matters with the world next i love you guys tell me how you got to this point of jay duran being the guy that is the expert of culture around businesses in in just under seven people in general that's it okay so that's a good leader i'm wearing the culture matters has culture matter shirt now if you go to personal facebook right now are linked in or youtuber instagram and you look at what i'm wearing right symbols uniform that represent meaning they represent some form of truth it's not it's not a sure it's asu so why am i wearing the shirt and his hat now now you just gave him working out the reason the reason i'm wearing is because i was doing a talk at real estate company about how important symbolism is symbolism meaning for example uniform architecture what meaning is a quick all major whomever sees that symbol so why am i naturally because there's studied my entire life myself in the last five years psychology and sociology and philosophy and history of biology and all these scientists attempt articulate why people do the things they do to attempt to create some meaning in this world so there is a business that i had started with a credit card with a mentor and we start to adjust at this this idea that with his not and i can't take credit for that idea that was his idea i wasn't him anti i was the one that was following his vision i was the one that trusted in him i was the one that would just learning and absorbing everything that he had the offer from the utility the confidence the confidence that he admitted this bunch and through that i followed him i moved into a car basically i moved into a business i did all these things and when we articulated the language in the symbolism using the story through the medium of archie meetings all around please do to stay work harder for less they did more 'cause they believe in a clause in all of this happened in front of me and i didn't know why yeah and it changed my entire life because like a big wake up call i am actually not a leader i'm ashley a liar and a hypocrite i gotta get myself together and i gotta figure out what is behind me architectural belief still go almost five years ago five years ago i said i'm going to study everything possible used the world as a giant experiment and years later culture matters is an idea and the purpose of bell uncover the genius the belief is we really only rewrite speak every single day is about the power of themselves off the love themselves and others the golden may curiosity cool the mission is the rewrite speaking inspire other people do the same and division is a living in a world where every man woman child takes responsibility rewriting speak everyday all of that is just some of the language through the stories with the symbolism like this happened the shirt and so on and so forth to get the result of it says i mean if you go and go road because of satisfaction a culture matt's yeah so so so i guess my question now for you obviously i get i get it but like what's what's driving you now to wanna create you know culture furby like how people critically what drives you wanna do this why is there something added what what's what's kind of behind this whole for okay so sort of the start of the forefront of a a similar to what it seems of what drives you disrupt the real estate industry the entire world seems to be decentralizing for material cereal standpoint henry centralizing to be ability fern individuals have a voice that the truth so i see platform everyone could do it now everywhere on the planet cast doing it right yeah exactly were not paper radio were were doing this on pockets and this is an women this tool for example we can take personal responsibility do share our story to share some form of useful spot and we meaning behind it so that others may be better it is bernie intoxicating to be useful for other people you may have low you're on that show now when it goes back to business believe it or not when you're people at a at a company has something to believe in animal learn how to better people in better after competencies their job their skills the company makes more money says the company has less turnover example the container store where they were before the republican two thousand fourteen they had a thousand percent let's turn over near average retailer ninety percent of their customers were previous in a ninety percent employs a previous customers end they made the employees fifty percent more than average retailer why in the book at the founder of the company row a on containable he says it's because of the seven foundation principles that they transcribed aligned with the one hour canada hunter in sixty hours that they train their 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"thirty days" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"A little bit on my back for thirty days is scary to know how insignificant, you are in the world. So you still producing the movie and I haven't been there for months. I mean nothing you know what I mean? You really it's gonna go on. Time. Hey, we'll take it from you. Humility, it's really. It's really scary. Yeah. You just it's gonna go on. You don't have any thoughts mortality, especially with the your IRA ration- that tally prostate cancer. You know, I'm I'm pushing the guy I am sorta grateful for every day 'cause I know what can happen. You know what I mean? I see. Once you and your doctor for a while. I was more I did. I did all different things I did a hospital practice tonight, so you practice. And then all the stuff in the psychiatric hospital. So 'cause somebody told me doctor, you should tell -mergency room stories at such and such. I know that about that. Yeah. Yeah. I'm scared about instruments being left in people's bodies. Have it as often as we know documentary battling all the time. No, it's so rare, that'd be okay. That'd be to happen heads and stuff like cotton. But like that does happen. I can what's the use. You've seen everything what's the what's the most frightening thing you seen in a in a hospital operation wiser. I can't come up with one thing that's. Have you seen a baby with like heart surgery or? Yeah. Children die. I can't I can't do it. So to me that stuff is impossible. And I've seen it for better that. So I've seen I've been to a funeral. The baby casket even deal yet s- kid triple role. Yeah. To me. It's I can't it's too tough for me, your kids when your kid's in pain, I'm just kills me. It's the worst thing in the world. So what else do people know about you, wrapping up? You know what? Just just. No, I'm fine. Just you know what I'm getting my shit together with my anger, which the focus of my life was getting better. I really am. And we don't see each other a lot. But, but I am I am because I know the points have that I've got to keep my thermostat down. I know I'm listening to coping to more than it used to always say. People people live around me, they'll get me. But no, the older you get. You know, you're not as good looking United sharp. You don't see as well. He can't be as Boise, you need help you. Don't you read this? Can you do this p fixed the TV rot? They'll get you need people. You know, the people. So you gotta be you gotta let them in and I'm good. Damn great that. But I don't want my kids to be scared of a father. I was never I was scared of my father's angle. He never hit us ever, but we knew he was in a bad mood. And we've dealt with it, my kids don't like it either way. So that's, but then that just my show might my podcast is what I do every day. I enjoy it. It's a good thing to do. To just I can speak about anything. You know, speaking to people, even though they're not in the room is a great thing, because the, the feedback you get from hundreds of people. They know about my situation, my house. So I like to tell stories. I didn't tell from months, I let something slip out that I'm not at home and this and then I just I felt like I had to because I don't hold back on reporting and they all responded. I've been there done this, you know, you're gonna be okay. You know, we live in a time this I think this is what people are searching for. And some of these. What you call gossip or track tragic stories is they, they want more authentic. They went to understand what really happened. What's really going on? They wanna see. What's real? Yeah. So you being real, I'm sure how you have to be you have to be. That's why. That's the thing. I didn't like about Wendy Williams when she was going through nothing. I believed in, I didn't believe any of it. The fainting from craves..
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"thirty days" Discussed on Absolute Advantage
"And they do this by putting in a new leader and their their process that has been very, very successful and made them a lot of money and has been to put the leader in and restrain him for thirty days. They restrain the leaders from fixing problems. They're only to know people, you know, at which seems like what, but then you think about it like, how, how do I feel when somebody comes. To me and tells me doing everything wrong. Oh, the new guy comes in and starts telling me you're in this wrong, and you're doing that wrong. And this could be, I mean, how do you feel? Exactly. Yeah, just demoralized demotivated. And who does this guy think he is? He doesn't know what he's he doesn't know what it's like to be here. Know you can totally. Yeah. Here the here, what's happening inside people's heads is because you see that happen all of the time in organizations of the time and they have these little plans. Okay. I'll do what you say. We'll see how long you last. We'll see how long you keep this process going before we go back to how we were doing it before. I mean, you just invite conflict right? Invite. You can invite employee's to really give it their all by carrying about them and letting them know that that's a safe thing to do, or you can invite them to with you and to treat you like an object, right? The heck back, you know, you can do either one as a leader, and when you do it the second way and you're just inviting conflict to show how you know how smart I am. I'm so cool. I came in from outside and I know how to solve all your problems. I mean, I, I get that feeling. I like that feeling the times when I felt cooler than other people. I really. It, it's really fun. Very, it turns out that I was stepping on toes and offending people and creating enemies and doing stupid things because I wasn't listening to the people who were in place. It's a good feeling, but it's very, very unproductive and just a bad business move. Absolutely. So so you know, let's say we have somebody listening in the audience today who's like, oh, I love this whole idea..
"thirty days" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Product is it satisfaction? Guaranteed for thirty days it. Works for, seven. Weeks So I? Said really you're going to Charge me the shipping on the. Off chance that, this, next one works Yes. Well you know what you can do they say it'll be free shipping if you buy a bunch of accessories Now that was it. That's the insult they said to me I mean Who would be that stupid, to say, oh yes let me buy more stuff. For thing doesn't work so I can get. Free shipping they said that, to me I don't know what to do I of. Course I rated it on Amazon and told the story there am I in ordinarily I'm. Set or am I is this reasonable, hundred bucks. Seven weeks bottom line and they tried. To sell me more accessories to get free. Shipping for the replacement part The second replacement part I'm. I've given up on I know, it's never gonna work and I know they're never gonna, make good because they're I feel it a rip off So now is it worth it to me to, spend the time and sort of Get one hundred dollars with a satisfaction. Out of bringing them down costing you know or do I just let it go, I'm one of those guys that feels. Like, there's gotta be some Justice so far there's, no Justice and they know it yes you're maybe. Adhering to your miserable little warranty but you're not adhering to decent decency customer service And you, can say Bradley Jay you know it. Was. Thirty days you didn't want it you didn't, have to buy it or you can say Yep They're sleazy company for doing, that What else oh so I can complain to those robots who are trained to do this all day. Long and nothing's going, to. Happen we understand your frustration sir So I'm gonna call and get the headquarters and I'm going to write a letter and I'm. Going to post on, Facebook If anybody wants to know. The name of the product off the air. Personal not online I'll tell them but and maybe I'll post it on Facebook Think it on Facebook or is that too demeaning am I making a big thing out of nothing, I marks, is not at all and Mark usually pooh-poohed everything I do He says this, is how business have done business done usually like I remember Mark, when, I. Wanted to return something to hardware. Store which I didn't need without a refund without a, receipt but they got? It from there and it's unused? Remarks Mark says no okay he says totally different? Situation folks do you agree with Mark and you agree with me what should I, do should he take this. All away All right good I could, do that all right? This is what I wanna do I want to break. And take, a. Take a couple of. Deep breaths. Because I'm so angry about this Then I will I will you know screen what is it. Serenity now. Serenity now is that all right did I do it like that guy and Seinfeld serenity now all right Take, a break and, when I talk to Sandra in Boston. And Sean my man my, man in Las Vegas it's WBZ so they opened their. Big miles out..
"thirty days" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"The whole package two tickets to me agreed and you get tickets to the concert she's coming august so a so a came with four tickets to the concert and to to meet and greet correct okay and and plus you get the qatar and what else yeah this was the author late last year tara february the ladder stay to contact them thirty days prior to the event you onto my wife contacted him on july first which is about thirty four days event email say no sold out april all the main pretty much luck okay well i mean they can't help if they're sold out right yeah it's the whole package deal i did the same hold on so you just go to another one right they offer that but i want to go to rocks i toss me money to go to another venue it'd be out of state wait wait when are they coming back to colorado next year would they are for you next year she told my wife she's coming back next year well okay i got leonard i'm tr i'm trying to i'm trying to figure out here you wanted them to make room for you no matter what they were sold out they said you can go to any other concert you want basically and you said no then rose say no because the letter state it's contact them thirty days before the event we contacted a thirty four days they sold out but they but but i'm sure somewhere it says subject to availability i mean if they're if they're sold out there sold out right nothing on the letters stating that anywhere so you're saying no matter what if you call thirty days in advance according to what you see see i used to wonder why do people write these these long long multipage disclaimers and in event of this and in the event of this and in the event of this and in the event of this this is exactly why because someone will find something to find wrong and this is it he said all it says is contact fen thirty days in advance yes i sent a copy of that to you right thirty days in advance so but the fact that they're sold out doesn't matter because you contacted them thirty days in advance and they should accommodate you by the way just on a side note i kind of agree with you that it wouldn't be hard to just accommodate you for this and it sounds really stupid that they're not but but i also understand if they're sold out and they here's the key part they offered you another venue in other words or another concert in fact you can even go to your red rocks which you want red rocks specifically although they don't guarantee a specific concert you can go to red rocks but you have to wait for the next red rocks and by the way if you're doubting that i will guarantee you can go to the next the red rocks we will make sure of that but you don't want or it's too late now isn't it it's done now when is oh i'm sorry when is the concert okay so they this august fifth concert they're saying we're sorry on for here's the letter unfortunately with red box being popular venue we no longer have artists whole tickets available tickets for the red rock show were gone by april i will keep your request on filed for any possible cancellations well that's nice is there another show date you could attend okay so they're asking about other shows and obviously i think it's reasonable you don't wanna go out of town so what we need to do is ask them if they will accommodate you when he comes back to red rocks i mean wouldn't that be past eighteen hundred bucks to i mean i'm not saying it's a great thing i think they should make to two tickets available it doesn't sound like like brain damaged that's only two little two tickets i mean and you know he's doing a meet and greet anyway but what what if they.
"thirty days" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Thirty days hope thirty days thirty a new was changed out straightjacket dennis debut freezer we were making a big deal out of larry cudlow yes i sees an economic adviser to the president he was coming on and he was part of the team that was sent out by trump to say that justin trudeau stab the president in the back remember we had a lot of soundbites with larry cudlow on yesterday's show this is not going to let a canadian prime minister push him around he's not going to permit any show of weakness on the go on a trip to negotiate with north korea must not see our weakness out of breath their son guess what happened well right before the summit was about to begin the handshake the president tweets that kudlow is in the hospital with a heart attack a minor heart attack apparently he's recovering his wife says and he's going to be okay but he sounded a little little slightly disoriented to me in that cut that you played what was interesting by the way it was an interesting point that he made he was saying that this was all about not showing weakness to kim over and so he was linking the two stories together but apparently his wife called the washington post and said it's really not that serious he's at walter reed national military medical center the doctor sailmaker fallen speedy recovery but it was just so odd to see that tweet you know the world was sitting there the countdown clocks on cnn and we're waiting for the handshake and all of a sudden got a heart attack and all of a sudden you get this larry cudlow so what should the other there's a lot of other little trump related fail you know we've been plane whereas malania for the last couple of months here well she returned to public life just the other night she appeared at the ford's theater you may north theater the ford theater which famous of course because it was where abraham lincoln was.
"thirty days" Discussed on Clark Howard Show
"And if you go to annual credit report dot com you can do that and then go through those reports thoroughly because what you're looking for is a problem maybe you forgot about and you need to deal with like an unpaid collection or whatever or an error on your report errors technically are supposed to take roughly thirty days to correct but my experience is the credit bureaus are so contemptuous of you that it's not unusual for clearing up an error on a report to take as long as three or four months so that's why you get the reports for months out and you go through everything you've got collections their deal with them because those things can bring the financing of a home to a halt and if you see that you have a fair amount of debts as you look through your report know that those ratios the amount of debt you're caring that will affect your ability to go through underwriting and qualify for a mortgage so you want to attack how much debt you're carrying and you may find that swell i'd like to buy a home in four months maybe it's gonna take me six or seven or maybe i'm ready but you really want to go through and study how you're doing with the money you already have now you complete all that and you're ready to figure out what you're good for what what kind of money you should be looking at you will be approved for a higher purchase price home then you may realize and you may think okay that's the price point you should be looking at but then i want you to think through what that translates to an a monthly payment and then to that monthly payment you have to add taxes and insurance and then there are things you have to pay for that when you're a renter you don't have to pay for repairs namely.
"thirty days" Discussed on College Info Geek
"That's true you had to find a very portable source of it unless you had a well or you had like a clear mountain stream you couldn't trust standing water because there's probably some worm at that's gonna shoot out of your leg in thirty days or something nature is wonderful it's horrible i never want to go outside again yeah so for the most part people would find ways to sterilize i don't know if sterilizes the correct word but purify their water by turning into beer because the fermentation process kills off a lot of backback tibia turning into wine or boiling it and making coffee or tea fair so i would be curious to know if water has in fact overtaken t as the most popular drink but ever since the great shipping empires of the mercantile era got their hands on t it has become the most popular drink in the world well it's pretty good and that leads us to today where we've got also this is probably done yeah we should probably to use that i will let you do the honors okay imagine you were like doing one of them tnt plungers so it's going to explode will explode in this podcast will end now so for anybody who had not watching this on youtube we are using a french press too steep loose leaf tea why not so yeah we thought about this because i own three teapots one is this small teapot that i have on table here from japan which is great but it doesn't hold very much t so i usually don't use actually working really well.
"thirty days" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"And click on the events and boom you find out all about it tomorrow and it's free and kevin does a great job of that back to where we need to be well as i mentioned a couple of weeks ago week before last this week i went to the facilities engineering show where they have everything for commercial and high rise buildings but it also applies to homeowners and i noticed that are regulated industries complaint office the city county let's rico rico all these rico yeah regularly industries complain off as your best friend when you're in trouble let me just say that some i picked up two things which we wanna keep in mind real quickly the the city is quite actively worried about the sewer system not just because salt water is attacking the pipes but because what people do in their homes can can clog up the system just like you know there was a push after the thirty days of rain was forty days of rain in twenty six keep those little culverts and canals behind your house clear call somebody state or city county they'll come clermont there's pavement on that means us an easement so here's one we talked about things you don't want to put in your own drains so you don't plug your own drains but here's what the city says fats oils and greases when disposed of improperly down the kitchen during a toilet they create a major problems in drain pipes and it can in pub impact public health and the environment said don't up cooking oil poultry fat and grease into the kitchen sink or toilet bowl now do not use hot water and soap to wash greece down the grain the drew greece woke cool and harden in your pipes or in the cities and don't use cloth towels to absorb grease wipe off oil it's very autumn the washing machine and wash that down those drains so the way they recommended is collect your cooked you're cool cooking oil.
"thirty days" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!
"Thirty days between you reconcile that is pretty useful that is extremely useful but there is a legal argument there in that is that um if the if there's multiple people on that channel and there's multiple states involved there might be some uh some kmeil or a mellon the ky kycg laws that are that are interacting with that godhra and i am unsure at this point where that exactly is heading so and i think there's a little bit of fate unknown at this time in therefore does why some people are a little bit reticent about about lightning right in that make you know in in that kind of uh this is a topic we have we read obree up any way we muzzle kind of get into a real quick since on the subject that is interesting i haven't heard that before it makes law it makes sense though i mean it and of course there are various aspects of crypto that the legal status is still had a questionable has to be worked out so that uh does a partially answers that i was gonna ask you about uh the bitcoin in particular and i want to get it will will go from there to how the credits declared without the drama we were kind of test spot a more but you want us to ask you uh essentially uh so it's it's taken a long time for before the court to do anything recently uh at least as far as solving skills abilities use uh uh in particular and of course blighty network is one of these potential solutions um there were coming to break here in about thirty seconds so uh amassed the questions heavy answering the other side but.
"thirty days" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"It was it was the plague thirty days by any really need something like that but but kathy how's the adult these centres a the more new ones coming up um uh any anything going up new for us leave and that twenty seven members and organization i now there are some smaller less statewide statewide yeah so now there are more on the island that have not joined the organisation some not really sure the growing numbers of my polish i some have an answer for you you give me every every month every other month the real martin volcker and their people from other off ireland to come over for the meetings as well so volker why do want to talk about a venture got you know if we listeners showed you hear what resources and view wanna be active you're upset of whatever it is you really should pay attention and kamal and be an advocate that's right um capurro caucus meets the first friday on every month when she com make sure you on the email lists will give you a glass of different news topics quite on lawn the meeting's agenda for the meeting but it meets of the first friday of every month 130 to bought three thirty i could park downstairs may chambers on the bottom floor park on his treat um some room three 25 normally uh has called capuna caucus and we got about forty fifty people there every time we but i want to really fill it up i wanna see a hundred hundred fifty people they're seriously um allows it'd be wearing me last last month right and it was a big meaning store in tv cameras everything where was our tv cameras on our side and talk about the opioid epidemic and i get it but we really need to get more advocates out there when he mean more caregivers when you more seniors come out there and complained complained complained because i know some hoses homeless as a big issue but we really need to get this out there more so on so anyway so what do you think the future of caregiving hawaii we ask that simple basic question was tougher eu pageaud onset of ellawela you know i i think that we're we're expanding on were using the resources.