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Suggs leads top-ranked Gonzaga over No. 3 Iowa 99-88
"Top ranking Zach it remains unbeaten following a ninety nine eighty eight win over number three Iowa Jaylen Sugg scored eighteen of his career high twenty seven points for the Bulldogs were building a fifty one thirty seven halftime lead Suggs finished seven of ten from three point range since we're doing all the code issues and things like that I spent a lot of time to Jim by myself are you know just late at night I'm going to spend some time and again such up on the gun and coming coming into this weekend I really felt like my jumps out and pulled off a really comfortable with it Zacks led by twenty with thirteen minutes left the Hawkeyes got within nine with under two minutes left before Gonzaga hung on Luka Garza led Iowa with thirty points and ten rebounds shooting thirteen of eighteen Joe we skip added twenty points and nine rebounds for the Hawkeyes I'm Dave Ferrie
Smith leads big comeback for Tulsa over No. 19 SMU
"Number nineteen SMU squandered a twenty one point second quarter lead in the twenty eight twenty four lost to Tulsa Zacks Smith turned the ball over on the golden hurricane's first two possessions but he threw for three hundred twenty five yards and three touchdowns to help to also improve to foreign one it was the third time this season the golden hurricane won after trailing by double digits in the first half and the second time they've done it against a ranked team James Shaw completed eighteen of thirty six passes for two hundred yards and one touchdown along with one interception for the Mustangs I'm Dave Ferrie
Holistic Healing with Amy Szumstein
"Nullis. Stay an welcome to live. Love engage. I am gloria grace rand and i am delighted to have guest with us on the podcast day and her name. Is amy schumer stein. And it's spelled with a z. Wanted to make sure. I've found out exactly how to pronounce it. Because that's what happens. Sometimes you know But first off welcome to live love engaging. Glad to have you here. Thank you and it is a mouthful and so i give grace that anyone who tries to pronounce it correctly while it's all and lay tell you a little bit about amy and we actually first off. We actually met through the women's prosperity network that we are both members of and When i heard what she did. I got really excited and i thought i think she'd be a good guess for the program so let me share with you. What she does A little bit about her. She brings an eclectic mix of skills life experiences and athleticism to all her endeavors. Special her business which is called holistic healing when aiming she is a former international martial artist and current second degree black belt as a championship winning ultimate frisbee player which is pretty cool and then and now she's also a coach and she Having nursing degree she spent twenty years as a critical care nurse at the university of pittsburgh medical center in trauma center or trauma hospital Until she realized how little we actually know about the effects of nutrition and mindset on human body. And that's definitely something that we're gonna talk about today because i think Both of those things are really vital to helping us to live fully and being able to engage authentically. And all we do she's also an author. She is a mom. I know she's got a daughter getting ready to go off to college right now. And a whole bunch of things that we're gonna we're gonna start chatting about so let's get started first with Nutrition what got you interested in that after being critical care nurse. Well it's funny. Because i realized that the patients were coming in a lot of the same patients with the same problem and so there has to be some underlying and it was. It was never obvious because the medications that we continue to give them could take care of the surface issues to get rid of it. We needed to do more. Digging and my own kids had your infections. They just pass back and forth. And i felt like i was at the doctor's every other month getting antibiotics. There had to be a better answer in solution and nutrition. Was that answer because with it your body can get to the root of the problem and really heal itself if you given the opportunity to with with good nutrition absolutely. Oh yeah. I can't even begin to count. How many your actions. I have as a child myself. So my sympathies. So what did you. When did you start. What did you find out. I would say maybe in specifically about like because nutrition is such a broad subject so what was specifically Maybe the key areas that you found that are really helpful for people will say this. It came in the form of a product. So i could mention the product or not. It doesn't matter but when the person came to me. I was like i got this nurse like you don't have to tell me about your little fruits and vegetables should truth lies. Lee get so little education in the medical field on nutrition. I had yet that there was so much power in fighter nutrients. You know when i talk about this with little kids. I was cut by either your fighters you things in your body. And in yeah. It was really all fighter nutrients in the raw food that was really benefited. What was healing. Everything i mean to this day my daughter now. It's been almost a little over ten years now. She hasn't had an antibiotic or sick visit. I know hasn't i. Didn't i didn't know what i did now. And thank goodness. I opened my mind to s awesome. Yeah while some one of the things you you mentioned a little bit there about so like raw foods and whole foods. So's that i've i've heard a lot about that that's Should be good for you because as opposed to like all the process stuff. That's out there nowadays lutely absolutely and it in the raw form is really when you're getting the best nutritional value once you start cooking at microwaving steaming you know roasting it. It may taste better. But you're losing some of the nutritional value and microwaving unfortunately is the worst because it takes out all zacks everything. It's good in it but yeah it's Getting in raw. It doesn't always taste as good for some people but you know eat appearance. Eat some broccoli. And it's you get used to it too. I think also in a variety you really want to eat the rainbow.
"zacks" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Zacks recommends for election day in the primaries a my guy where I live there's an election the lady because of coronavirus remember when that was a thing remember when we were worried about feels like yesterday today eight thirty three got Tony eight three three four six eight eight six six nine according to Italian doctors and the head of the center of a hospital Milan the virus clinically no longer exists in Italy okay it's that brought a virus is losing its potency the swabs are performed over the last ten days of the viral load in quantitative terms that was absolutely infinitesimal heir to the ones carried out a month or two months ago could have to do with whether could have to do with a whole bunch of things that could have to do with the fact that the virus is Peter itself out and it's one of the things that we heard then we discussed that and I quite possibly that's what was going to happen is that this thing was going to just it just work itself out phase itself out of existence but I'm very curious to see over the next couple weeks weeks whether or not we see an increasing coronavirus cases from all of these rights the protests to because many people are wearing masks but with these rights I'm curious to see if remember and I I mean I I'm gonna discuss this more than once people attacked those who are protesting lockdown orders how dare you want to take care of your family how dare you how dare you think it's okay to go out there and try and make a living you're disgusting there were reporters who said that if you are protesting and demanding yeah purchasing lockdowns wants open up you are mocking the dead I'm telling you there are some really daft ignorant reporters out there they call themselves reporters let's let's let's not kid ourselves if they were real reporters out there they would wonder why there were containers of rocks and bricks in certain cities just all of a sudden on the streets you think it's all construction related sure okay it's awkward if they're real reporters out there they would know that the White House at a certain time in the evening the lights go out they wouldn't be reporting all the lights went out of the White House at eleven o'clock well there were protesters there what a what a horrible thing the lights go off at eleven o'clock according to the report they went off at eleven o'clock during the bush administration and during the Obama administration and then they go off eleven o'clock during the trump administration but it became a story all look how terrible trump is that's if there were reporters there are still a few here and there but we were told we were terrible bigoted awful people also people if we thought for a moment for a moment that people should be allowed to go back to work that was in quarantine the healthy but there is no blame for riders for not wearing masks and spreading cover ninety it's okay it's okay to notice it's okay to laugh these people hi this is good news out of Italy and I certainly hope that it moves forward as for where we are with with corona virus you'll note that I have stopped going to numbers because I can't trust them we won't know the numbers for a while the people diving providers yes to say otherwise is foolhardy did more people diving comorbidities absolutely did it affect the old and then we do a horrible job in nursing home specifically in New York when the new better yes after that lots of questions.
"zacks" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Learn more today Zacks landmark dot EDU winter will show the law enforcement public servants public service you're gonna get a microcosm of society you're going to get the people who are our heroes and you can get the people that are villains unfortunately the trick is getting people our villains out and hopefully not to get them on the forced red winter ball tomorrow afternoon three to six your emergency situation station welcome back the Ben Shapiro show it is amusing to watch the demands of the people who have just taken over a swath of Seattle okay so what are the demands of the protesters so you're their demands they want abolition of the Seattle police department and the court system abolition of it they they deliberately say we do not request reform we demand abolition we demand the defining abolition of the Seattle police department and the attached criminal justice apparatus I mean one hundred percent funding including existing pensions for Seattle police also want to disallow the operations of ice in the city of Seattle we demanded that the use of armed force began entirely no guns and no buttons and no right shields and no chemical weapons we demand an end to the school to prison pipeline in the abolition of youth jails get kids out of prison and get cops out of schools we demand that the U. new youth prison being built in Seattle currently be repurposed we demand but not the city government run state government that the federal government wants a full scale investigation into past and current cases of police brutality in Seattle and Washington as well as the re opening of all closed cases reported to the office of police accountability we demand reparations for victims of police brutality in a form to be determined so they're not actually going to explain what I mean by that we demand that the city of Seattle make the names of officers involved in police brutality a matter of public record we demand a retrial of all people of color currently serving a prison sentence for violent crime by a jury of their peers in the community so you presumably this means that if you are a black person who committed a crime in a year in jail they want you we tried but only for black and only by a black jury we demand decriminalization of the acts of protest an amnesty for protesters generally but specifically those involved in what has been termed the George Floyd rebellion against the terrorists sell it previously occupied this area known as the Seattle police department this includes the immediate release of all protesters currently being held in prison after the arrest made eleven time and time on Sunday night we demand that the city of Seattle and state government release any prisoner currently serving time for marijuana related offenses we demand that they release any prisoner serving time just for resisting arrest we demand the prisoners serving cut time be given full and unrestricted right to vote we demand an end to prosecutorial immunity for police officers we demand abolition of all imprisonment all in prison not just at the start with youth in prison and then like you know what as this goes on I have a second thought all information and no more prisons we demand that the Seattle police department and it's lost and found in return property owned by denizens of the city we demand that all the body cameras be turned on and all body camera footage be made available to the public and they want free public housing they also would like D. gentrification of Seattle starting with rent control they want free college for everybody in the state of Washington they want hospitals and care facilities Seattle to imply black doctors and nurses specifically to help care for black patients so they what resegregation of hospitals which is a fascinating man we demand the people of Seattle seek out and probably support black owned businesses so we have to subsidize specifically black owned businesses and we demand that the city of Seattle instead of washing to remove any and all monuments dedicated to historical figures of the confederacy etcetera etcetera so well done everybody these are the people to whom you are catering coming up we'll talk about the condescension implicit from what will be the bulls in greenlighting what's going on in Seattle or in greenlighting riding and looting on the basis of racial justification misadventure.
"zacks" Discussed on WRVA
"Today Zacks landmark dot EDU it will just about everyone carrying a smartphone we're witnessing more of these incidents a Los Angeles police officer now facing charges for an incident in April now charged with felony assault under color of authority LAPD officer Frank Hernandez could be looking at three years in jail if he's convicted this altercation caught on witness video and on body worn cameras Mister Hernandez who's now been stripped of his police powers can be seen appearing to repeatedly punch a twenty eight year old Manuel Hernandez is partner walk ABC's Alex stone after European Union countries objected twenty two house Republicans are writing president trump telling him it is a mistake to reduce U. S. troop strength in Germany after years of complaining the US spends too much to defend Europe the president's planning to pull nearly ten thousand troops out of Germany house Republicans saying you will not only hurt European security help Russia but make it harder for U. S. troops in the Middle East that depend on the German way point for resupply ABC's Andy field in Jupiter Florida Shawn Michaelson admits having been drinking one he led a twelve year old girl drive his vehicle cops curbed it after the girl made an illegal U. turn then led a chase during which speeds it eighty five miles an hour Michaelson says he wanted to be the cool father although he's not the girl's father just friends with her mother Michaelson facing a bunch of charges this is ABC news America has never been so divided now David Horowitz's blitz exposes the media war on president trump and their secret agenda to stop him already a number one bestseller mark Levin says blitz is indispensable.
"zacks" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Been held accountable Zacks congressman Steve Scalise of Louisiana me I'm Tony cats on cats today great to be with you it is it is true and that the FISA abuses need to be addressed and they're not it was a conversation should not be partisan if we can't trust that warrants to surveil American citizens are based on some level of actual need what then could we possibly trust how could be done you lied to the FISA court the foreign intelligence surveillance court you lied to them about all of the data you had in there for you had reason to go and listen to this person that person Carter page and others why aren't we all just disgusted by this if you tell me that I'm only allowed to be disgusted by certain things I will tell you I very much doubt you're looking at all the right things we might find things that were equally disgusted by but here we're talking about the erosion of the very fabric of the nation the very concepts that we are not very this isn't the Soviet police show me the man and I'll show you the crime we are not innocent until proven guilty is such a mind scramble open idea guys we take it for granted we shouldn't it is quite literally the single most unbelievable concept the world may have ever seen in the past thousand years outside the polio vaccine as being holy cow that's amazing innocent until proven guilty show me how this works until we got here in any other society in any other time very concepts of personal property rights but I mean that's that's you know we talked about John Locke yesterday the very concept of personal property right real property as it's described as real estate real property if you can't own things you're not actually free I have taken them extrapolated out to if you can't say no you're not free the only way you know you're free in this world on this planet is if you can say no if you can't say no how could you possibly be free now we can talk about on a macro sense Hey you got to pay your taxes okay but I can vote and utilize the system in place to have those removed and remember I only post personal income tax I oppose all income tax in every way I don't oppose other taxes but if I have something you think you can take it from me but I can't say no well then I'm not free there's just no way for that to be possible how can you think you have a free society where you're innocent until proven guilty when the people who are entrusted to maintain that system work aggressively to search for your guilt anyway they can as a matter of fact the manufacturer they'll find it what is it nine rounds I was drugged Iran and Iran you know you creep could keep creating more laws and more laws and more laws and eventually everybody is guilty of something anytime you want them to be guilty and if you don't believe that take a look at how you drive down the street drive down the highway is everyone going more than the speed limit how is that possible is a speed limit there's a cop right they're both gone more than speed limit how is it everybody is now breaking the law and therefore anybody who pulled over at any time same philosophy same philosophy that we have taken the FISA court and we have some I made this partisan that's part of the sickness what's going.
"zacks" Discussed on WEEI
"This is D. H. back here on the DA show how about focusing till the end of may for a little power outage with this home from work studio so we will ship or jump would give you a chipper chop my champ today the N. H. L. Gary Bettman who get move with the Stanley Cup comes out he went a whole season lost about sixteen years ago in the middle of a pandemic everybody is shopping at the beach read Adam silver the NBA lead the way and I'm sort of the FDA may come back and looks like they probably will in Orlando give us a great post season all of their teeth during which all sorts of different rules and ideas that could go with a group who played eighty one per sixteen street seating maybe I'm forgetful too cute but the bottom line is this next car from a team perspective an essay our team support has led the way here Gary Bettman the NHL didn't sit back and wait for the NBA's chess moves lands in place throughout the NHL return haven't returned to a point where all the twenty fourteen to start an opportunity to win the Stanley Cup Ken Pfeifer that Stanley Cup and all by the way now in the summer where we forget about hockey we will get a crash course to the Stanley Cup get casual fans in and then get a very condensed all season which is what Bob free agency before starting next season hockey will be on American sports fans to put their palms gallery bet made I know we still have a long way to go but officially putting this plan in place yesterday you are a chance Zacks D. A.'s champs my job how could not be right now do you Howard greater wifi up in Warwick New York it is good every once in a while we work on the DA show Sunday in your Christian technical difficulties and a break I don't know what's going up in Warwick New York right now what I do get it takes literally seconds ago haven't needed to come up with a chapter to jump on the flight and not follow the ETS leads so yes look thank you very much you have kept the show floor we have churned along but man we're doing the show from home what's going on our system Rosie the cat knocking out wires I don't know what's going on D. ease power grid by his house right now is your chance of the morning Zacks DA's last season now dismiss so I'm not even going to begin to try to toss the Pete the body Palade.
"zacks" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Learn more today Zacks landmark dot EDU winter will show I have called for much more transparency on recoveries I know many journalists I'm opinion guy but many journalists have also said we need to know what the recovery number is because that's what that's the full picture and if we're going to skimp on a part of it we shouldn't skimp on the recovery number red winter ball tomorrow afternoon three to six your emergency situation station welcome back residents from was very upset the other day start tweeting out about various plans in various states to send everybody applications for a mail in ballot now there's nothing illegal about sending somebody an application for a mail in ballot if you just randomly send people mail in ballots that's a problem but he said people in application for mail in ballot that's that's fairly normal however president trump is right to be worried about the amount of voter fraud inherent not only in mail in ballots and ballot harvesting let's talk about this before the big problem inherent when you basically suggest that people can come to your front door pick up your ballot then drive it over to the polling station that just opens the door to an enormous amount of voter fraud at the very least even if you don't think somebody sitting in the back of the car and discarding certain ballots and checking other ballots what if you are just have a very well funded campaign and you said you're only gonna go to Democrats houses knock on the door and say it seems like you forgot about how bout you just like to check that box right now and have a valid or in fact one just tell me the ballot and wherever it ends up it ends up like that but it's just it's rife with rest Chris Wallace went off on this over the weekend suggesting it was conspiracy theorizing to worry about voter fraud by mail he's wrong about this yeah Chris Wallace's is quite good on some issues he's not going on this year it was yesterday there really is no record of massive fraud or even the serious fraud from mail in voting have there been some cases yes and there is an issue sometimes with what's called a vote harvesting were inside a mailing in your ballot that you'll get people who will go into a community and vacuum up collect all the ballots say they're going to take them in and then the danger of chorus C. is that very role discard the ballots from neighborhoods that they think they're going to vote for the other party but when people get their ballots and mail them in themselves no history of fraud at all okay I mean there's some truth to the final statement but again is the first of the people are really worried about John what has a good piece over at the Wall Street journal from a few weeks ago talking specifically about all this is concerned about vote buying have a long history in the United States they help drive the movie secret ballot which US states Dr between eighteen eighty eight nineteen fifty secret ballots made it harder for both buyers monitor which candidates and sellers actually voted for vote buying had been pervasive my research with Larry Kenney at the university of Florida found that voter turnout fell by about eight to twelve percent after states adopted the secret ballot you wouldn't know any of this outcry listen listening to media outcry over trump's remarks and said there is a lot of dishonesty going on with that mail in voting but intimidation and vote buying have been covered by the the so called Jimmy Carter James Baker report from years ago they said citizens voted home in nursing homes in the workplace in church I'm more susceptible to pressure overt and subtle or to intimidation vote buying schemes are far more difficult to detect when citizens or by mail the report provides examples such as in nineteen.
"zacks" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Connection can we hear can we hear that made your dad jokes look real good girl yeah that phone cracking up because they're like I can't follow that with another person calling in Phil's call was so bad the other person when I have sex again I'm so the Phils jokes person has now removed his private so I have the I have scheduled a zoom happy hour thing I don't know this week or next week I'm one I I in it well it's work related comma okay I have to do it so I'm wondering if I should just sit here without a shirt on and kind of slather butter all thank you drinkin tequila right out of the bottle just take it way or I think that calling back on the sex hotline is this phone exists zoom happy hour you're referring to is this is this with the emperor Kenny yeah no no no it's with the the GL guys all god a god it because it and none of us are techies so this oughta be a disaster we have ours and we have a camera on select with another person here we go hello welcome to the Zacks hotline we'll call you her man her name have you had this Zacks good morning I'd better reflects we learned everybody yeah right right got your kids afterwards to get really press the well.
COVID-19 Reaches Lebanon's Overcrowded Palestinian Refugee Camps
"When doctors in Lebanon diagnosed a coronavirus case this week it wasn't the country's first there are several hundred cases but this one was in a Palestinian refugee camp NPR's Alice Fordham explains why that's particularly worrying maybe the first thing to say is that Palestinian camps in Lebanon on actually groups of tense natural as it is to imagine that I've heard this by the way from a lot of can you say your company even think about camels a camel to would be an unusual sight that's my mood up della who works with a charity called and narra which is helping people in Wavell camp in the east of Lebanon it's like a small village but with the a lot of buildings that are really close to each other electro wall to wall Palestinian refugees arrived in Lebanon off to Israel was created in nineteen forty eight there are now hundreds of thousands of them many live in places that are only comes in name but still crowded and poor and it was in Wavell camp home to about two thousand people where a woman second this month this lady had the some some symptoms she was that destined for coveted nineteen and she was found positive who does some run ins with the U. N.'s agency that helps Palestinians this is something she'd been fearing for weeks these are places where overcrowding is a big concern and there are some streets where that is that the ventilation and families are large and they live sometimes and one room or two rooms and all of this leads to a quick spread of any violence not although Lebanon is in some ways a dysfunctional country its response to the corona virus has been remarkably nimble after weeks of lockdown there've only been twenty two deaths in a population of five million with this diagnosis authorities swung into action after the lady was transferred to the hospital a number of the tests were conducted starting from the closed circuit of the lady at the check out to the neighborhoods and then around them something from the count insult and a hundred and forty six that were made just four of those tests were positive members of the woman's family they all isolating at home local authorities coordinated with Palestinian leaders to restrict people and goods going in and out charities distributed supplies like mosques still it's a tough time this weekend is the beginning of the holy Muslim month of Ramadan yeah now but I'm online video ID on the gel with what is already there yeah Mr Ramadan usually it's like a holiday says Harbi about Crowley who lives in the camp the family is originally from Galilee out of Oakland a's a team that beat the Zacks enough that she usually everyone's out decorating houses the entrance of the camp the mosque Hey C. N. A.'s road I'm on the line this year at Ramadan is she says simply me and we are frustrated all of that is that people have gotten even pour out because they can't walk in and I don't know if I had to sort out the best command message at the tone I'll wear a mask and put on some gloves and go to work to feed my kids she says these economic realities are what really make it difficult for Lebanon to cope with the pandemic the country is in financial crisis there's not money for enough testing or quarantine centres and it's hard to keep telling people not to go out to
"zacks" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Forward Zacks freed within a three to push all the way to swing on a ground ball to short to big hops once it has its shoulder high bounces the first little bit below all the three even with the long reach reveals it is welcome to the we'll bring up Vanderburgh cuts into started the thrills showed today let's of course you count the parachute well that was August parachute jumps up was pretty thrilling the opposite is but as far as the game goes yes as with cuts and takes download led off the game with a home run those guys are shooting in something the swing with one guy looked like he was about to hit the foul pole in left field and then just come and then almost like a nose dive in and levels out and just it's a great landing the impressive one one I need over the shoe tops in the country I would sometimes have had to pursue that but the landing was never all that is moved quite that much of a the wind up of the.
Violence continues in Afghanistan despite U.S.-Taliban peace deal
"The Taliban have started attacking him now remember that landmark deal between the U. S. and the Taliban at the weekend well cracks are now starting to appear in the agreement peers to be unraveling already unraveling just four days after it was signed new violence in Afghanistan just days after that landmark troops between the back to Taliban launching attacks on Afghan outpost back to Taliban stopping people on the highways Afghan police say that at least three people have been killed dozens dead every day since separately Zacks of left at least nineteen people twenty Afghan soldiers within twenty Afghan soldiers died thirty three attacks in earlier this week defense secretary mark esper warned of violence will continue in
"zacks" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"In the nation five Zacks scoring in double figures sign up for grabs it gets away the floor in the vehicle he IGN eighteen is heard from Brian Jeffries slayer field I am G. college Nick Manion Neagle manufactured say had twenty number twenty three Arizona held on for a eighty five eighty went over southern cal they won five of the past six in full control from start to finish in that one part of six gallon cans sports by six news more John salute field I'm Gee college the strong forts fourteen a Tyler bate thirteen was twenty one of the second have number twenty four Colorado made the free throws down the stretch and held off cal seventy one sixty five Boston as a doctor white eight picks it up to the figure all the glass double double this season per day Jeremy brown and Luke field I'm Gee college Kayla mills eighteen yeah you heard the double double from hitting a dozen a dozen to go with seven assists Houston twenty fifth in the nation past two lane that final was seventy five to sixty to the next didn't only off load one of their top players but added a man that they hope will bring them plenty of good players in the near future that's next this is SportsCenter all night on ESPN radio.
Zac Efron Is in a "Serious Relationship" With 'The Orville' Actress Halston Sage
"Show Zac Efron has a new relationship or dare I say publications ship done done done done quickly oblation ship is a relationship in service of celebrity what's going on with Zac Efron are former heartthrob an ex boyfriend so much to Bradley so not only is Zac Efron done with his swimmer girlfriend Sarah bro but he's also in a serious relationship with former Disney Channel star Halston sage why why hello first of all how do we know this before we dig into it how do we know that Zac Effron is with an essential oil named Holston set for the phones are oddly things for asking because a sources telling us weekly exclusively okay so that means somebody on Zacks PR team sent us weekly a memo yes and it said thank of get more role thorough full from paper okay so we have to take these words at face value not at face value well in so far as the faces of us weekly which means this is probably coming direct from the celebrity so what are they actually telling us about this relationship well this exclusive sources telling us a lot about this relationship so they're saying that Zac Efron and Halston sage quote or in a serious relationship and in love they spent the holidays together with part of that time in Santa Barbara
Business News Roundup
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Business. News roundup by chronicle news services from business agile agile int- AGI Elian T technologies on Monday reported fiscal fourth quarter profit of one hundred ninety five million dollars. The Santa Clara company said that its earnings suggested for one time gains and costs came to eighty one cents per share. The results beat Wall Street expectations of seventy three cents per share. The scientific instrument maker posted revenue of one point two nine billion dollars in the period, which also beat street forecasts for the year Angela reported profit of three hundred sixteen million dollars or ninety seven cents per share revenue was reported as four point nine one billion dollars for the current quarter ending in February agile, it expects its per share earnings to range from seventy one cents to seventy three cents. The company said it expects revenue in the range of one point two six billion dollars. To one point two eight billion dollars for the fiscal first quarter. Analysts surveyed by Zacks had expected revenue up one point two eight billion dollars agile and expects full year earnings in the range of three dollars to three dollars five cents per share with revenue ranging from five point one three billion dollars to five point one seven billion dollars into it into it said Monday that it had a fiscal first quarter net income of thirty four million dollars after reporting a loss in the same period a year earlier, the Mountain View companies earnings suggested for one time gains and costs were twenty nine cents per share. The results surpassed Wall Street expectations which were for earnings of eleven cents per share, the maker of turbo tax QuickBooks and other accounting software posted revenue of one point zero two billion dollars also topping forecasts for the current quarter ending in February into it expects its per share earnings to range from eighty five to eighty eight cents. The company said it expects revenue in the rain. Range of one point four seven billion dollars to one point four nine billion dollars for the fiscal second quarter.
"zacks" Discussed on Creators Collective
"So this is a music related stuff. So is anybody follows that knows? I have this weird affinity for like spaghetti, western music in like have wanted to do like spaghetti, western rock band. We have a handful of tracks up on ample tunes that are kind of in that realm. So I ordered a, it's pretty much a baritone guitar because like any more Coney who's like the guy who did the soundtrack for all of the old Clint Eastwood movies and stuff. He did kind of invented that genre of music, and there's a lot of weird instruments which will include a a, like the old Fender bass, six, which is just a baritone six string bass guitar. So the vintage modified line of squire, which are actually really good. I used to work at a music store and I was always impressed Squires may, but the vintage modified stuff is really good in. It's the only thing. Currently out there that approaches it. So so I electric guitar. Squire strat the, some of them are really good. Like I mean, I'm I have a ton of relate nice, expensive guitars and instruments fenders, and Gibson's, and all of that. But the the old affinity like the old affinity Squires are pretty good and the the vintage modified stuff is really like, I remember always being impressed with him. So I ordered this a Fender bass, six baritone, and it just showed up the morning right before the podcast why few minutes late. So I haven't even opened yet. So, yeah. Under some some funky western music. Cool, sweet. I think that about does it for this week. I do want to say a huge. Thank you to everyone who joined us in the light. You can join us normally Thursday at ten AM and we are looking forward to having you there as well answering your questions live, and I do want to say thank you to our patrons on patriot if you'd like to find out more patriot dot com forward slash creator collective. And we will see Nixon, tell him at wonderfully. She She letter. later. Thanks again for listening to the creator's collective. We published weekly on Thursdays and I to Stitcher and Google play. You can follow us on social media pages everywhere at creators collected. We're also live streaming every week on Thursday, ten AM eastern time. Just look up the YouTube channel to join in on the fun of the live chat and get your questions answered live and until next time keep on creating.
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"Tickets. Not like narrating knife show. But yeah, check out green beetle. It's it's really inspiring. Transition there. Hames. What are you reading? What's inspiring you? I have to say tallyho. It's a channel that I've been watching for the last year. I think I started watching him like his first or second video, and it was kind of cool to actually go out there and person the the amount of skill and the sheer amount of live oak needed is incredible, and it is inspiring, build and one that I am really looking forward to watching it hoping that I can get to get out there get some time and give him hand. I'm so definitely check it out. It's tallyho TA l. y. h. o on YouTube. So incredible project. I can't say more cool. What about us? So Brandt Bailey I've, no, I've talked about him before a few of his hammers. He just recently, like over the past like month or two, he started putting out a bunch YouTube videos which hasn't historically done. He's kinda mostly Instagram person, and I like him a lot of it's on the power. Hammer, but still he just get a c. you know, everybody has a different technique for doing things. And I mean, I would, I would say this guy is he's like hammer in the same sentence, but like he's like, he's like the Mozart of power, hammer. He. So it's, it's interesting, but as videos are really short like five minutes and there's no cutting, no editing. It's like I'm gonna show you how to make something that will take you four days today. Oh, I'm gonna do in five minutes on, you know, there's just no s lot of cool techniques and stuff. So, yeah, Bryan Bailey to have been watching. Cool. Do you have a product of the exac? I will admit while you guys go will what you got? I don't have one yet, but just be has been almost almost pulled the trigger on that helps forge. For knife making on strictly on the reviews are good. Does that count. It's my going to be favorite product of the week. So have you ordered it? Not yet. I message them on Facebook. Yeah. Yeah, this if they wanted to like sponsor video or something. Yeah, the collaboration, but if they don't all probably buy it. Nice. James. I have to go with the ship saw that I got to work with a telepho- if you can't tell. I was really, I really enjoyed my time there at the saw tallyho. Do. This is just incredible and words cannot describe how massive and complicated this thing is to be able to progressively change the pitch in Ingles because in most band saw's the table turns in this, the table is always flat, and the saw itself turns around the table and it has a power knob so you can actually turn by power, but that actually moves it a little too fast. So you can you, we has it set up as a crank on the end. So there's a second person watching the angles written out on the board so that he can turn the crank to match the angle at at different spots in the boards. So, yeah, definitely go check. Look at his most recent video has a has a good look at the saw and the next one come out. We'll have even more and I'll probably have a video coming out soon with what I did on it. So it's a seriously cool channel as well as tool. Where do you find something like that? Well, this particular saw is they don't know exactly how old it is, but probably somewhere around one hundred years old and he he was wanting to have something like that. He actually was going to end up having to do it with a saws, all and having a bed mounted to the saws. Also, he could slowly change angle at the size all, but that would take for ever to cut one of these things out. And someone watching the channel said, hey, I've got one. Do you want it. Yeah. And so this makes like we were cutting ten foot long boards and attend foot long cut dead on the line through to a quarter inch of live oak, which if you've ever cut live oak, it is incredibly difficult and we were cutting, you know, ten foot long line in fifty sixty seconds. Well, changing the angle. It was probably a little longer than that. It's probably like a minute half, but still that's incredibly fast. So does that give you one yet? I have what you got..
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"I used a punch like just a center punch for something, and I flip it over in. There's h on the side. I'm like, this is my Grandpa's punch. I had no idea. Getting tools from, you know, my my dad or never met my grandpa, but my dad was over a Mike. I think this is your dad still, probably like that's awesome. Crazy to think that like would have thought that he bought this tool. You know, sixty years ago in his grandson, it'd be using. It's kinda cool. I've got my grandad's Dunlap Jack plane and he died two days before I was born. So it's, you know, there's there's something cool about, you know, I think I used to probably like nice clean stuff, but it's really neat. Sometimes getting tool that an old tool that has somebody's initials. That's kind of cool. It's like, thanks Ernie. Whoever Ernie is whatever things I love about the wooden buddy planes that I have is in the one end of the plane. You have the maker's Mark, but in the other, the other end of the plane, you often have like seven or eight stamps from the. Workers have used it over the hundreds of years of its life, so cool. And so you kinda, you have no idea who these are, who's people are, but you know what this tool has produced. A lot of other things for a lot of other people makes it a lot of enjoy coal St. one-day tools. So. I think we're all in agreement that no, we would not give up our entire shopfloor tools for the tools that we thing that we, I think that there are people who just, you know, they jump into it and heavily money, and they go and buy the best of the best. And I think that they're kinda missing out on the enjoyment of of learning and growing because at that point they're buying a tool as a tool and not as in, it's not something that you're going to be learning all those steps and things history of becoming a maker. Absolutely. And and so I know that, you know, I, I've got a relationship grizzly now and got you know, nice tools in my shop. But when I was starting to build my shop, you know it was these Craigslist finds in James your hand to guide power tool related. But you know, all these Craigslist finds of, you know, my planer which was made in the early nineties had sat in someone's garage. Needed, you know, full tuneup. All the pieces were there and learning. You know how that machine works. The engine behind it was like totally invaluable. Versus, you know, if I just bought a brand new, you know, whatever that were perfectly. And then when something's are go wrong or getting snipe player or something going, I don't know. But now like I know how the machine works, so it's like, oh, I can just tweak this and it's not a big deal if I'm giving that. So I agree with you that you know, just spending lots of money right off the bat is is not a way to go at it. Cool. I think those are questions this week, but foot accusers challenge. We were going to pick a winner this week, but we only have two injuries in one of those entries is mine. Oh. Oh, the other guy wins. So we're gonna because we only had opened for one week. We're going to hold it open for the second week like we normally do. So we'll pick a winner next time and it should be on Thursday next week, right Thursday. So I had an idea. So I think I think showed it's, he gets last week that will hammer that with a grain handle that action to off. So I was thinking we need to do some collaboration between the three of us and that would be really cool. And then we could like either auction offer something use that money to finally by our podcast shirts or whatever something, you know, something that we can use forgive way, but I was thinking I could forge. I don't know if it'd be a handle or something, but I could like Ford, maybe hammerhead or something when he gets do the handle, and then I don't know what the other person will do..
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"Can join us in the live chat each Thursday at ten AM usually. This is from Matthew Dobbins any idea where to find replacement springs or materials to use for jaws of Miller falls? Number two, they're not compression springs just picked up. I just picked one up, but it's missing one of the springs in the Chuck for those of you don't know. Miller falls number two is a beater drill and in the jaw, there are springs that actually keep the open. So that's fit the bits in there. Unless you guys want to jump in, I think I can good answers one. He I go for it. Honestly, finding the springs are parts of the jaws are incredibly difficult. Sometimes you can get lucky and find them on the collectors forms on you on Facebook. Excuse me. And if you ask on there, you might find someone who has an old beater that they're the part out. Another option is setting up a reminder on setting up notification on EBay that may or may not help, and you may be waiting for while, but most of the time, that's the type of thing where you end up buying one that has something broken and just replace the whole Chuck because a small piece like that's pretty hard to come by another option is if you have one of the springs ready way you can do is measures the width of the spring steel itself, and you can actually go by wire spring steel and shape it to fit that it takes a good bit to bend it into shape and hold that shape, but you can't actually make your own. Brings it just takes a little work. Funny enough. I was actually suggest making your own springs. There's some good YouTube videos on spring making, especially if you're ready, have one in there. He just duplicate the think this'll Tony as a good bit on that, but it seems that's another one of those things seems like so much work like there's like the only literature availables like a book that was written in seventeen thirteen. And you know, you have to have the feel like you have to have a leave and like there's a lot of a lot of science that's involved in spring making. Would that be something that like McMaster Carr would have like dislike the spring and this isn't like spring you'd be thinking about? It's it's more like a an l. shape. Okay. And so it's a bit piece of middle as opposed to curly q. spring into a very specific shape. Well, then find that I get. Yeah, like McMaster Carr. Amazon, you can find regular strings, but probably not this one. Right? So I forgot if wanted to mentioned something you guys are familiar with ample tune saying that my friend John doing, I know so of our listeners are as well. So we have had people stealing our music and copyrighting it so so that's. Yeah. Cool. Is at bats, countless hours big time. Yeah, we've made it so far. It's only all of our electric synth wave tracks were probably just gonna take all of them down literally the same day every so far every time that Jimmy dressy uses. One of those tracks the same day. Somebody like starts new account and like copyrights all the of tracks. So we haven't had a hit on any of our other stuff yet were working. We're fighting with YouTube right now trying to get the the copyrights released, but that's that's been pretty pretty disheartening. Blow to both of us. Cassini were putting. Like probably eight to ten hours into these songs and for somebody for free in for somebody to try and collect royalties on our. Super frustrating. That's sell kind though, f why anybody out there? I think. I mean, it's it's a, I think if you had the music up before they tried to copyright him, I think you're safe. I talk to Jimmy and he said he hasn't had any issues, but we've had one or two people that have tried to upload a video with our Cynthia, they've tracks and they're getting flagged..
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"But we're, we're working on the frames while I was there in the frames are the main supports that hold the outside Bill that creates shape the boat and they're what hold the planking on the outside and the the inside walls of the boat and holy cow, if you think that I do a lot of work, this project is incredibly complicated and it huge, yes, to make eight four. Eight frames in each frame is has two sides to it. So there's actually a hundred. Hundred seventy six actual frame cutouts hefty made. And each one of these has to be cut out of live oak and they're all this wild curving flowing shapes. So they have to be cut on a band saw, but not only that at each frame, the all had become a Bevill because the ones closer to the front of the boat, the the prow of the boat comes in and the ones the closer on the sides have to be pretty close to ninety degrees, but not only is there a Bevill on the size of all the frames, but the Bevill is progressive. So at the bottom of the boat, it might only it might be, you know, one or two degrees off, but then by size it might be as much as twenty degrees off. So as you're cutting the band, saw the head of the bandsaw saw needs to lean progressively as you go through the cut. So as you're moving through the cut, the head has to be rotating to create that angle. And so it might start out at one or two degrees. And then halfway through the cut be down at like ten fifteen degrees, and then farther out at comes back up and it's just this amazing process. Definitely. Gotta go take a look at it, but it's if you look on on YouTube for tallyho come up attends insane. How do you control that? How do you? Is it like a well? He has a hundred year old ships. Aw, that is the one of the coolest pieces of work ever seen. Like, imagine you know, met Cremona 's band sawmill take that bigger wheels on it. Turn the head ninety degrees. So it's now a band saw and then put a put that whole thing on a rotating contraption and then put in a table that's like six foot by four foot. That's all solid cast iron. And that's the band saw. And so it's actually he has. It's so big that he's dug out about two feet into the ground to lower this into the ground and it still another ten feet up. So the table can be a kind of working height. It's incr-. Credibly, massive and totally cool, but a lot of fun to play with. That's crazy. That's that sounds really cool though. Days out there that was it was it was a lot of fun. And if anyone likes anything with boats or woodworking or history, it is a phenomenal channel and at eight he is exploding. He's only been on there for about a year and he's like, eighty thousand subscribers ready. So his average views are hundred thousand or more. That's crazy. I was. I did my patriot Skype Burr Google hangouts thing Esther day, and you guys know Johnny bilges..
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"I don't wanna mess around with like the Venturi settings in like what angle the torch head is pointing into the forge that swirls and you get a oxidizing flame or a neutral, like there's I don't wanna do. I mean. That's not what I do. I don't do science on my channel. Smash stuff, build things I do. I smash stuff. That's all. Hells forge because it's relatively inexpensive and it's like a dedicated knife makers forge. I haven't heard of that. They're made in Virginia, I believe, which is cool if you're me, but it's it's an oval shape and they have two burner design. And it's there's no dorm site or anything, but it's like it's only for knife making. Like if I wanted to do anything bigger though, did a totally different coach. I find it like with 'cause I'm secretly. I think I'm more into ornamental Smith. I'd like to like, that's that's my. I mean, knives refund in cooling, enjoy doing them. But I think secretly like I could see myself doing a lot more ornamental stuff. I just think it's more open, but you don't think you need. Typically, you don't need like huge and Bill for that depending on what you're doing because he usually work in sections. It's not like you need to heat up, you know, three feet of material at the same time. And a lot of that, you know, if you're getting into like the bigger scrolls and stuff and Oxy settling torch or something where he can apply localized, he is, I think everybody should own an oxyacetylene torch. If he worked with metal like his g just even with. I mean it just it's one of those things that when you have you just find for it. They're pretty cool. I, I'd like one. I don't have one. I'd like when I'm looking at the hells forage it looks a lot like Chile forge. What are you working on James. I actually haven't been working on much of anything this week because I've been out of town, but I went out to the the Pacific northwest to collectors, meet with the best in the west in Oregon. And I say that I really was not impressed with Oregon's Zach. I don't know why you'd wanna live there. It was actually a really good time had a ton of fun. I didn't buy a lot of tools personally because flying out there partially because I don't have whole lot that I'm really looking for, but I did purchase a few good ones. The the big reason for going out there though, was trying to find other locations to buy tool size, picking the brains of lot of people there and finding out where do they go for it. And so hopefully soon I'm actually going to be creating a map of places where people can find hand tools, not just in the US but around the world. So hopefully in the next couple of days, maybe putting out a video showing off the map as well as asking for other people where do you buy tools and singing Maurice's resources on their because I get people all the time that Email me and say, there's no place around me where I can by hand tools and like three weeks before this meet someone messaged me and said, I can't find anywhere around me to to buy handles. I said, well. Three miles from your house. Literally three miles from your house is where the Pacific northwest to collectors are going to be meeting in a couple of weeks and people just don't know all these places that are there around just about everyone and like to actually show it. So that's the big project I was working on. You could find one around central Virginia. That'd be awesome. Oh, there's, there's quite a bit Virginia's hotspot for handles the ad. There's a lot. There's also a lot of collector prices on hand tools here though. Well, yeah, you're always gonna find that wherever you go make Brooklyn while snow kinda four g. James, I use my own hot air. When you said health forgery, I don't know if anybody is shot in the dark, but if anybody remembers the welfare SNL skit where like he sells the soul, the devil to learn how to play guitar in in the devils like terrible news, like it's forged from the bowels of each. KTAR we'll get into..
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"Actually designed modified it, but it's a keyed. It's almost like like an axle would ride in a in a bushing, but it's just the three printed film. The l. Filat wants to plastic. It's not the, there's no, yeah. There's no actual baron, but it seems to work fine. But you, I guess you could design it where there would be a bearing press fit bearing inside of a, you know. So how hard is that film it? Right. That's. Like how sure there's types that you can get, but is it layers. There's still like Super Bowl or I'm sure wherever I just answer my question probably though I'm working with PLA which is poly lactic acid, which is recycled recycled stuff. And the benefits of Pila is easy to print and doesn't smell too bad. When you're printing. Basically, you're descending plastic through a heated extruder melting plastic laying down on a plate and then building on that, and it hardens as it cools, it's great. So the Piel doesn't smell. But if being an ABS which is harder, but it smells like awful. I don't know when you're a kid. This is probably a very specific thing that I did. I don't know all kids do this, but I did it where I had my desk. I had a lamp in my bedroom, you know, an incidental light, and I'd take my action figures in like reshape the like if I had, you know, a human and his sword, like I would reshape his sword by melting it on the light bulb and like to pretty pretty clever. Yeah, used to do similar things. Films slope lacks wax carvings with that. Yeah. Okay. But if you've ever smelled Nolting ABS plastic than than you know the smell, but peel doesn't smell that bed. Depends on you can set your infill percentage if you want to something to prototype. It doesn't need to be super strong. You can do like eight, eight percent infil where it's just, you know, like a super light. It's not laying down that much film it for like the. Yeah, exactly. That's yeah. So do you want to go big? Can you print with that thing? Three hundred mil by three hundred mil by four hundred mil about twelve by twelve by fifteen. That's pretty big. The only thing I think of like would be a for like molding wax casting or something. Yeah. Cool. I'm I'm thinking about using it to make knife templates to design a knife in CAD and changed angles directions and shapes of things, and then I can pronounce, you know, just like templates late over the steel and then trace the inside of it with the Harvey. That's exactly what I'm using my ex car for like in one of my next videos this, it's it's very similar..
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"Live every normally every Thursday at ten a. m. eastern time though, yet last week in this week, recording Wednesday, due to flights. Speaking of which what you got going on that I am going to Cincinnati tomorrow. My my wife's sister's getting married. So no, let's see what I've been doing. I always have to think about it. I don't know if that means I have to have like memory problems when I get older because I already Adam, oh, forging stuff. So. Of course, my dogs gone crazy background. I'll let you guys go all on myself. All eat my bacon. Settled down by the time. It comes back around to me. I, I just want to say, I really impress James. I tried to like totally trip up your intro spiel and. You just kept rolling with it and he didn't lose your train of thought and Bravo, sir. Impressive. No. So I'm actually actually getting concrete poured like as we speak link the concrete truck, the second, the second concrete truck, actually the fourth, the second polar started today. First truck rolled up at seven. Forty five this morning, and. Yeah, so that's super exciting. You'll finally stop hearing me talk about, you know, pouring concrete all that jazz, but actually exciting. That means that I can get started on building the actual structure. Start framing walls. Hopefully this thing under roof before it gets too cold. But to be honest, I don't know if that's going to happen or not. What else? Oh, I just wouldn't take a look at some built in cabinets. For a job. They're renovating a house in the built in cabinets at. I'm really excited about this one because I just have to build a cabinet boxes in the face frames and hinges in and endorse and stuff like that. But I don't have to finish it. I don't have. It's going to be painted that have to paint it. I just need to build the thing and I don't have to do the thing that I dislike, which is painting. So you make India? Yeah, right now, no. Making them out of a Birch three quarter inch plywood, and with the poplar, I think poplar poplar face frames and doors because poplar takes paint really well. I might go maple, but I don't know. I haven't decided depends on the price of maple. I've been having a lot of fun with my three d. printer I am. I print everything now I have at like, I'll just print it. So I. I just made a to access swiveling gamble colder for my tractor. So I don't know if you guys are seen like the boat Cup holders that on an axis, their gamble, this is a to excess Guimba. Also, your drink doesn't spill when you're on. Inclines are rocky terrain it, it stays can level that was super, super cool. How do you? How do the bearing the the moving, like ball and socket or whatever? Has that work on their? Yes. This was a twin bead designed it on fingers or he designed it in, you know, whatever his CAD software was, but then uploaded it to verse which is a place where you can upload three d printing designs, and then it's like an open source breaking down people's designs that he.