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"��331" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:16 min | 11 months ago

"��331" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Residents away from low lying areas, bringing them to shelters while tourists are being told to hunker down in their hotels. It's estimated about 20,000 foreign tourists are in the area and as the liquid Terra ABC news at the foreign debt, an apology on the North shore from the Danvers Police Department and town officials after a family Says they experienced racial profiling at the popular Apple Orchard Connors farm. Reverend Manica Bowman, who is also vice chair of the Cambridge School Committee, says her family was at the farm on Labor Day when workers stopped them and accused them of stealing apples. Bowman says security and the Denver's police officer made the accusations and even searched her purse. She calls it a really tough moment for the family what to do with nearly $5 billion of the federal government's money, while hearings on Beacon Hill seemed to indicate there is widespread support that the pandemic relief money From the federal government go towards improving the state's infrastructure. Three committees are involved in hearing arguments. Governor Baker has long wanted a good chunk of that money to go towards easing the state's housing crunch. And not again what's described as a bulk carrier vessel gets stuck in Egypt's Suez Canal briefly blocking traffic in one lane of the crucial global waterway. It forced officials to redirect other vessels. The ship eventually sailed away vessel earlier or late last year, had stopped traffic for weeks along the Suez Canal. And how about this one? The Museum of Pinball in California that that's the thing or at least was a thing. The museum will begin a personal and online auction of more than 1700 pinball and arcade games that are valued. That's north of $7 million financial difficulties and the pandemic forced the museum to close It once set a Guinness world record for most players playing pinball. At the same time, 331 set the new mark back in 15 2007 08. Let's check in on Bloomberg business again brought to US by Enterprise Wealth management Division of Enterprise Bank, and we check in with Bloomberg's John Tucker. And Jeff ahead of the open on Wall Street Green on the screen this Friday morning, down futures of 174 points S and P futures their up 19 right now a momentous shift taking place in patrons. New data show faster wage growth for the lower skilled it may spur economic growth is poor people more likely to spend their pay raises. Though it's potentially banned for inflation and maybe lower fuel prices ahead. JP Morgan cutting its global oil demand forecast for the second half of this year. It sees a weaker trajectory after lower than expected U. S gasoline demand for the month of August. And Amazon satellite unit, filing a scathing comments with the FCC accusing Elon Musk and his companies of flouting regulations with the general attitude that rules are for other people. On John Tucker Bloomberg Business on WBZ Boston's news radio Great weekend for a yard sale and one town's got You covered details next at 709..

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"��331" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

05:41 min | 11 months ago

"��331" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"I want to look, I've seen leagues that have been, uh How should we say set up wrong? This one seems just crazy. Uh, but no, but seriously, I called your brother. He said he said you probably do that trait. So, uh, you need Zeke and we listen. I like the Pollard kids, So we're all right. Just just call me back. We can make this deal happen, right? Look, we don't need them anymore. That's all right then. Yeah, you have to pay him in real money. Because I pay him in Jerry, But remember, Tony Pollard was RB one for much of last year, he was the far more effective back. I mean, you are paying Ezekiel Elliott, you know? Luckily, they have the out after next year. Because, man, this is going to be a contract that you look, you can't get out of it. You're dead cap money for this year next year for Zeke is like $30 million. So you're out after 2023. That's absolutely going to happen. It's just going to be Cowboys fans are going to watch this team. For the next, You know, year and a half ago two years ago. We don't need this guy. We don't need this guy We don't want what we don't need him. We don't need it. But no one's going to take them because it's too much money. And then he's going to hit free agency Still at 27 years old, Okay, you get you can still get a decent contract. They're not nearly what you got signing the You know your deal a couple years ago, but I mean, right now it's going to be two years of Cowboys fans going He's the guy we don't need. He's the guy he's got. We don't need him. We're paying them. I can't believe we're paying him. I can't believe we're doing it. Yeah, there's a Psychological thing going on there. Likewise, the Buccaneers wide receivers have suddenly lost the ability to catch the football back to back plays Evans and God, when this one would have set the Buccaneers up at the 10. Instead, it's fourth down. See, it's just a strange convergence of events, man. Weird night, but it's football, but it's football. And now Dak is getting the football back with a chance to take the lead deck and his 331 yards passing and three touchdowns. Dak for M V P. Look, Let me just let me just let's just dial it back for a second. Okay? Here's the thing. Why did I explain? Why did I say that? Dak Prescott. My choice for M v P. In the NFL. It's different than other sports, right if you have the best year in Major League baseball, everybody just looks back at the end of the year ago, who had the best year on the best team that's as my vote right there. That's that's kind of how it is right in the NBA. Okay, what superstar is having a big, big year, But we kind of wade through the season before we make a vote in the NFL. You grab that M v p storyline early. If you remember last year it was week two. And it was Russell Wilson asked to be the N F L M V P Oh my God, it's two weeks. It's two weeks stop with Russell Wilson in the NDP. And the guy still hasn't gotten into your only through three quarters. And you've already canonized. Dak Prescott. Hey, you've got a T shirt printed in everything. Hey, don't hate the player hate the game, man. This is how the game goes. The game is the game, right? If I wouldn't even know what you're trying to do there, I'm giving you I'm giving you wire quotes The game is the game recipes. I just thought you sounded kind of silly, but that's just But man got to have a code. But You grab the momentum early in the NFL, and clearly after tonight, I'll be the first person to tell you. I told you Dak Prescott, my choice friend. Repeat, because I know how things are. How the cycle of news is going to be if he plays well, and he's got the storyline coming in. Here is the Dallas Cowboys right biggest franchise in the National Football League. Here's the quarterback who just got paid here is coming back from injury. There is an incredible desire to see how he plays and how well he plays. So if he does play well, guess what it's going to be all Dac all the time, right. If Dak Prescott was a quarterback of the Carolina Panthers, no one would care. Right. We really know what can people barely care about Sam Donald, who's going to throw four picks on Sunday? So you know people don't care about but Dak Prescott, and suddenly he's going to gather up so much attention so much story by writers by talking heads on TV by people like you and I on the radio. I can see how it's going to Go, and I can see that after tonight. Boy. Hey, Brady was great, but Wow, look at that, right. The pop Buccaneers could win this game. Brady could throw two more touchdowns. It would be Hey, Brady was great, but wow, look at that. Well, especially because he's got the miracle cure of whatever ailed his shoulder. Exactly. Exactly what we've seen Brady play. Well, I mean, no one wants to give Brady another m v p. But do they want to give Dak the M V p It is. There is a big time contingent out there in the media and the fans who want to see Dak Prescott do well and be rewarded for it. Win the MVP because he plays quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys and any stirs. He's one of the guys that stirs the drink in the National Football League. And the more he plays well, and I knew he'd come out and be someone That the Dallas Cowboys relied on and all you have to do is stay in contention. If you're the Cowboys, right if you stink, and you're the Cowboys. Well, then Dax got to do something on unbeknownst to mankind as a quarterback to win the MVP, right If the Cowboys are 500, they stink. Then he's got to break the all time touchdown record, right? He's got to throw for 13,000. You know, you gotta throw for that. That type of deal you got over 6000 yards. And clearly look, you're not going to do any of that. But as long as the Cowboys are okay, and they'll be okay, because they play in a bad division. He will stay top of mind. He will be at the top of every conversation that will go. I see this. I know this because I've worked in the media in television and radio and and and and on the Internet for the past 20 years. I know how things go. And this is how it goes for Dak Prescott. 3 33 touchdowns with an entire quarter to go and let's just say he throws another touchdown and the Cowboys win. Forget it, given the M V P now because I know that's what's going to happen..

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"��331" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:38 min | 11 months ago

"��331" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"I'm Steve Lennox. NFL regular season opening up tonight. Tampa, Florida Defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers hosting the Dallas Cowboys final minute of the third quarter. This has been an exciting game. Buccaneers right now up 28 26 Dak Prescott just a few moments ago, throwing his third touchdown pass of the game and second to Amari Cooper to get the Cowboys to within two. Tom Ready. Three touchdown passes two picks in the first half. Brady His fourth touchdown pass of the game to Rob Gronkowski. In the third quarter. Prescott has thrown for 331 yards Steelers and T. J Wanna Green on a four year extension, according to ESPN's Jeremy Fowler. The deal for want For 112 million with 80 million and full guarantees from ESPN's Adam Schefter, Ravens cornerback Marcus Peters and running back Gus Edwards bold suffering torn a CEO's of practice on Thursday. Ravens reporter Jamison Hensley earlier on ESPN Radio on Who's up next for the Ravens in the backfield? It's going to be Tyshon Williams and he was one of the practice squad a year ago. They really liked him in training camp, and it's in the preseason ran extremely hard. Every time you heard from players and coaches, they talked about his physicality, but the expectation was Especially a couple weeks ago, he was going to be the number three back behind. JK Darvis discussed efforts and the agent for Devante Freeman, telling ESPN's Adam Schefter. The Ravens have signed Freeman to the team's practice squad. Women's semifinals at the US Open. Leila Fernandez advancing, winning in three sets against Arena Sambal Inca and Fernandez advances to Saturday's final. The second semifinal right now on ESPN TV, Emma right, We're back.

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"��331" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

09:05 min | 1 year ago

"��331" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"If I give covid my students or my own Children, and they die? How am I going to live with them? I want you to ask any teacher How they feel this year, and I'm sure that they will tell you that they have never experienced anxiety like this because it is like we are trying to protect our students from a mass shooting that we know is coming but cannot do anything about except we can do something about it. It's just that not everyone agrees that we're in a mask. Will stop the on spot of students and staff who are likely to become sick and that makes me sick. Okay. Wow. And the Oscar goes to Yeah, By the way, we only got the party started crying. She starts out She's okay. And then I'll send. She starts crying. Obviously somebody not mentally. Um, in a good place, and but let's put her in front of a bunch of kids for eight hours a day. Yeah, the onslaught that's about to happen. What Onslaught is that? Mhm again. Are you trying to stop transmission of a virus? Good luck. You'll never do it trying to stop people from dying. Good. We got this vaccine and it's working. Yes, there are breakthroughs. Yes, you can be vaccinated. But if you're over a certain age and your immune system is compromised in some way, even though you get the vaccine, it eventually starts to fade after a while, and then you could possibly covid again. But the covid that you get will most likely be Reduce the sniffles and coughs and a few other things as well. You most likely will not be hospitalized. But here we go. We'll send everybody back to school, and all the kids will have messed on his an uncomfortable is that is they can sit in the classroom because ultimately what are we trying to do? Stop the transmission or stop killing people. The teachers are vaccinated. Everybody I assume is going to be vaccinated the class so the kids send the will the kids If you had back in the UK and Ireland, they're not masking up. The kids and the kids are not giving this to other teachers. People are not dying of it. The kids are not transmitting it. But let's continue to have the force from the government. And have all these kids go back to school with these mass on and his parents are going to be all upset, and they can be screaming and yelling at the school board and again, What is your ultimate goal transmission or death? I don't. I don't know that anybody knows. I think that they're trying to do both. But here's what's coming. Um Fauci said On Sunday he was on state of the union with Jake Tapper, and he said mandatory vaccines for Children should be implemented. Just like polio, measles, mumps, So that's going to be the next phase of this. If you think that it's bad now, with teachers and other workers having to be vaccinated, wait until it becomes of mandate, and the vaccine is developed for kids under 12, and then that's mandated. Let me tell you, the people that don't want to get vaccine because they don't trust it are going to be really upset when they start injecting it into the kids. Right then they're going to be really, really upset and they're not going to do it. They won't They won't do it. I talked to somebody over the weekend. And the guy is, uh, dating but he doesn't want to marry. He met this girl. He doesn't want to marry her. And because she got the vaccine, this castle cookie, and he's also concerned that if he did marry her, and then they did try to have kids, there would be problems as well. So now he's only dating women that are unvaccinated. Oh, there's that's a great plan because so they can die together much. He's a young guy, but Again. It's I will find it very interesting here in Cleland, the number of parents that hold the line and don't send their kids into school of the mass gone. I just Well, uh, this it's just here. Just a couple of numbers here at the end. I guess 2020 49,000 kids died okay of different reasons. 2000 died from car crashes. 1000 died from drowning. A lot of others died from illnesses and other types of things. Violence. Lots of things, right. Guess how many died of Covid. Just covid alone. Just covid. I think. Oh, just pure covid, right? I think it's 14. Well, this is 3 31. So perhaps there are extenuating circumstances. They didn't get into details in terms of what those kids were suffering with beyond just the covid. But still when you look at the numbers, that's just 300 when, when something like 600,000 people have died. 331 of them are Children, right? And I know if you look into the numbers, they also had other had other problems as well. But again school will start. And you put the mask on. And ultimately, as you say, you're not quite sure what they're trying to do. But I think they're trying to stop the transmission. So put mass on kids I can imagine. I sit on an airplane for five hours and fly somewhere. I hate having the mask on. So then you pull the baseball cap very, very low, which then covers where the mask is. And then you can breathe. Through your nose as opposed to something else. I can't imagine being an eight year old kid, um, in class with the mask on. I don't think it's good for their mental health. I don't think it's good for the teachers to try to educate Children. When the kids have masks on, you can't possibly express all the emotions you need to express, while a third or two thirds of your face is covered by a mask, but again That's not. It's not important. The science that the data and science is not as important here as just the power of the government to continue to scare the hell out of everybody, the group of people that were able to find the city employees that blew the whistle on Mayor Durkin and her missing text messages. Are there. They're suing the city. Why are they suing the city sheriff there so in the city because they said they were constructively discharged from their job, And that's that was retaliation is essentially what they're saying. They were the ones that blew the whistle and the text messages that you know, disappeared weren't there and they were told some of them were told that they needed to recreate them. They're suing for $5 million and they're saying that you know, people tried to tell them to cover this up. Don't let it get out there and then they were ridiculed. They were abused all these different things in the process of all of this. However, I don't believe they were fired. I think they left their job on their own free will. But they feel as though that they didn't have a choice in the matter because they were treated so poorly after this started to unravel. Yes, well as people remember the story, maybe they don't remember. The story is a freedom information request for the mayor's a text messages, and I think they wanted Carmen Best chief of police at the time, they wanted her text message. They want all text message between sort of the top brass there in the city of Seattle, and amazingly enough What do you know from between the month that they had requested in the month with inside that bracket of requested those text messages mysteriously disappear when asked about it later on, they said, Oh, we didn't realize that our phones were placed not in the default. The default is that the text messages are kept forever. They had Unexpectedly had their phones set so that they would be deleted after a certain number of days. So just mysteriously enough those messages between the top brass at a very, very crucial time. Who was the one that told that that to get out of the police precinct, and what were the messages flying back and forth between The chief of police and the mayor, We will never know. So this is the old adage. If there's no body, there's no crime. And you just simply lying, Deny line denies, possibly as long as you possibly can. And just hope that people forget about it. So I don't know where Durkin is with us. I don't know if they will ever be able to find it. But since the phone was automatically deleting the phone messages That started in July of 2020. Somebody should be, um, um, put through the squeeze on this one. But most likely, this will just simply go away. It's very similar to Amazingly, the phones that were being used by the FBI when it came to investigation of Donald Trump and the Russian and all that other hoax that went on those all 21, I think is 21 phones all together. We're just mysteriously wiped completely clean when they were investigating to find out what the Lawyers and the FBI were all saying to one another during the Russian hoax to try to get Donald Trump and again same sort of thing. If you just simply have them disappear, or have it be a wiped or in some way destroyed. And isn't it weird that just 21 phones from all of these people just all happen to have all evidence aside? And pushed away so that nobody has anything to run on. And then you.

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"��331" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"��331" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Upset, and they could be screaming and yelling at the school board and again, What is your ultimate goal transmission or death? I don't. I don't know that anybody knows. I think that they're trying to do both. But here's what's coming. Um Fauci said On Sunday he was on state of the union with Jake Tapper, and he said mandatory vaccines for Children should be implemented. Just like polio, measles, mumps, So that's going to be the next phase of this. If you think that it's bad now, with teachers and other workers having to be vaccinated, wait until it becomes of mandate, and the vaccine is developed for kids under 12, and then that's mandated. Let me tell you that people that don't want to get vaccines because they don't trust it are going to be really upset when they start injecting it into the kids. Right then they're going to be really, really upset and they're not going to do it. They won't They won't do it. I talked to somebody over the weekend, and the guy is, uh, dating, but he doesn't want to marry. He met this girl. He doesn't want to marry her and because she got the vaccine, and this guy's a little cookie, and he's also concerned that if he did marry her, and then they did try to have kids, there would be problems as well. So now he's only dating women. That are unvaccinated. Oh, there's that's a great plan because so they can die together. Josh is a young guy. But again, it's I will find it very interesting here in Cleveland. Number of parents that hold the line and don't send their kids into school with a mask on I just this. It's here. Just a couple of numbers here. At the end. I guess 2020 49,000 kids died okay of different reasons. Uh, 2000 died from car crashes. 1000 died from drowning. A lot of others died from illnesses and other types of things. Violence. Lots of things, right. Guess how many died of Covid. Just covid alone. Just covid. I think. Oh, just pure covid, right? I think it's 14. Well, this is 3 31. So perhaps there are extenuating circumstances. They didn't get into details in terms of what those kids were suffering with beyond just the covid. But still when you look at the numbers, that's just 300 when when something like 600,000 people have died. 331 of them are Children, right? And I know if you look into the numbers, they also had other had other problems as well. But again, school will start and you put the mask on. And ultimately, as you say, you're not quite sure what they're trying to do, but I think they're trying to stop the transmission. So put mass on kids I can imagine. I sit on an airplane for five hours and fly somewhere. I hate having the mask on. So then you pull the baseball cap very, very low, which then covers where the mask is. And then you can breathe. Through your nose as opposed to something else. I can't imagine being an eight year old kid, um, in class with the mask on. I don't think it's good for their mental health. I don't think it's good for the teachers to try to educate Children. When the kids have masks on, you can't possibly express all the emotions you need to express, while a third or two thirds of your face is covered by a mask, but again That's not. It's not important science that the data and science is not as important here as just the power of the government to continue to scare the hell out of everybody. The group of people that were able to find the city employees that blew the whistle on Mayor Durkin. And her missing text messages are they're they're suing the city. Why are they suing the city? They're suing the city because they said they were constructively discharged. From their job, and that's that was retaliation is essentially what they're saying They were the ones that blew the whistle on the text messages that you know, disappeared weren't there and they were told some of them were told that they needed to recreate them. They're suing for $5 million and they're saying that, um you know, people. Tried to tell them to cover this up. Don't let it get out there and then they were ridiculed. They were abused all these different things in the process of all of this. However, I don't believe they were fired. I think they left their job. Their own free will. But they feel as though that they didn't have a choice in the matter because they were treated so poorly after this started to unravel, Yes, well as people remember the story. Maybe they don't remember the story. There's a freedom information request for The mayor's text messages, and I think they wanted Carmen best chief of police at the time, they wanted her text message. They went all text message between sort of the top brass there in the city of Seattle, and amazingly enough, what do you know? From between the month that they had requested in the month with inside that bracket of requested those text messages mysteriously disappear when asked about it later on, they said, Oh, we didn't realize that our phones were placed not in the default. The default is that the text messages are kept forever. They had Unexpectedly had their phones set so that they would be deleted after a certain number of days. So just mysteriously enough those messages between the top brass at a very, very crucial time. Who was the one that told that to get out of the police precinct? And what were the messages flying back and forth between the chief of police and the mayor, we will never know. So this is the old adage. If there's no body, there's no crime. And you just simply lying. And I lion denies, possibly as long as you possibly can. And just hope that people forget about it. So I don't know where Durkin is with this. I don't know if they will ever be able to find it. But Since the phone was automatically deleting the phone messages that started in July of 2020. Somebody should be, um, um, put through the squeeze on this one, but most likely, this will just simply go away. It's very similar to Amazingly, the phones that were being used by the FBI when it came to investigation of Donald Trump and the Russian and all that other hoax that went on those all 21, I think is 21 phones all together. We're just mysteriously wiped completely clean when they were investigating to find out what the lawyers and the FBI were all saying to one another. During the Russian hopes to try to get Donald Trump and again same sort of thing. You just simply have them disappear or have it be a wiped or in some way destroyed..

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The History of Experimental Research in Psychology

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

02:06 min | 1 year ago

The History of Experimental Research in Psychology

"Psychology has been an important topic of study for centuries the ancient greeks and egyptians had their schools of thought on it as did the people in ancient india and china. it wasn't until the nineteenth century. Though when psychological research turned from the philosophical to the experimental german psychologist gustave thickener started testing human brains response to various stimuli around the eighteen thirties from their experts. Such as herman ebbing house went on to study other functions of the mind from memory to introspection to classical conditioning psychology became a bustling industry of experimentation. Eventually scientists didn't just want to learn the limits of the brain. They wanted to understand what made people tick. Why were some individuals able to say no while others were more closers. Stanley milgram of yale university tested this in his famous milgram experiment in nineteen sixty one. He invited participants to administer electric shocks to someone in another room. As the shocks increased in power the screams of the unknown party got louder and more intense until they stopped completely. But don't worry nobody died. The electric shocks weren't even real but the effects on the subjects pushing the buttons certainly were milgram wanted to test how far a person would go in following orders from an authority figure even if those orders involved hurting or even killing someone else. He based his experiment. On the actions of the nazis during world war two the stanford prison experiment of nineteen seventy-one took things further by placing college students in a simulated prison environment. The purpose was to study. How power affected one psychological states one group of students was given the title of guard while another subset was placed in the prisoner role. Three guards were pulled out of the experiment early after demonstrating what were described as genuine sadistic tendencies. The prisoners also suffered they were referred to by numbers rather than their names. They were stripped naked and sprayed with a hose in shorts. They were humiliated the two week experiment was terminated. After just six

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2020 Census Data Shows U.S. Population Is More Diverse

KHOW Marketplace

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

2020 Census Data Shows U.S. Population Is More Diverse

"The Census Bureau's latest data shows. The U. S is getting more diverse. ABC is Jim Ryan. Reports between 2010 and 2020. The country grew by only 7.4% to 331 million people, the slowest rate of growth since the 19 thirties. And among those 331 million people, says the Census Bureau's Nicholas Jones. The U. S population is much more multiracial and more racially and ethnically diverse than what we measured in the Past. The number of people selecting some other race on census forms more than doubled now comprises about 15% of the country's population, surpassing African Americans as the second largest group behind white people.

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"��331" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"��331" Discussed on 790 KABC

"The level of panic that is being promoted by the media over the Delta variant seems utterly at odds with the reality on the ground. Yes, we are seeing more cases, and that uptick is happening nearly everywhere. Among the unvaccinated also If you are unvaccinated and very young, they don't have a lot of fear from Covid. If your unvaccinated and you're older, you should have gotten the vaccine And that one's up to you. So I'm not sure aside from the possibility of the hospitals being swamped about which I have heard, zero, by the way, why we would be engaging in shutdowns are telling people to wear masks or anything remotely like that if they're already vaccinated, and yet That seems to be the line of the day. Anthony Fauci continues to maintain the line with without regard to science that we need to keep masking kids. We do not need to mask three year olds. I'm sorry. I have a 77 old five year old and one year old. There is no reason why my seven and five year old Should be asking right now. Those kids are not in danger. Those kids are not going to die from Covid. The number of people have died of Covid under the age of 18 is lower than the number of people who died from the flu by pretty large margin. Every single year. And yet, here's vouchers suggesting that basically apparently until the end of time, we need to mask up small Children. Why to to what protect older adults who are too stupid to get the vaccine or who choose not to get the vaccine. And that's that's like on you. You choose not to get the vaccine. It's a free country. But I don't know why I should have to mask up my five year old because you the 50 year old person decides not to get to get a vaccine. That's incredibly silly. It's logic that extends literally every part of American life. There's doubt you pushing it anyway. The worst public health messenger. My goodness, He's bad at this. The Children who are not able to get vaccinated because of their age should follow their parents should follow with them. The guidelines of the CDC that unvaccinated Children of a certain age greater than two years old should be wearing masks. No doubt about that. That's the way to protect them from getting infected because if they do They can then spread the infection to someone else. So the CDC guidelines for unvaccinated people, including Children are not changed at all. Okay. This is madness because you can literally say this about Children forever. These Children are not able to get the vaccine. Nor really, is there a good case that Children who are five years old should be getting the vaccine, considering their risk of death from the virus is just as low as their risk of death from the vaccine, or just as probably somewhere in the neighborhood in terms of getting some sort of unforeseen condition. I don't have a lot of interest in vaccinating my five year old my seven year old I don't Was the first person in line to get the vaccine myself. I was the first personal and get my parents got the vaccine. I don't know why we would be forcing or pushing seven year olds and five year old to get a vaccine even vouch. Isn't pushing that at this point, but he just wants them to mask up interminably instead of just saying that if they give it to their parents, that's their parents problem. At a certain point. You're going to have to take your Hand off the throat of the American people when it comes to their ability to live free. Especially with regard to Children. Even New York magazine has a piece by David Wallace Wells about how kids are basically immune to covid, he says. The kids are safe they always have been. It may sound strange, given a year of panic over school closures and reopenings, a year of masking toddlers and closing playgrounds and huddling in pandemic pods, and, according to the CDC, among Children, mortality risk from Covid is actually lower than that from the flu. The risk of severe disease or hospitalization is about the same, and this is also true for the delta variant. It's also true for all the other variants and for the original strain, and we've known that since the very beginning To be clear. Two Children, Covid 19 represented only a vanishingly tiny threat of death, hospitalization or severe disease. Yet for a year and a half again, there's a writer for New York magazine, not a conservative publication. For a year and a half. We have been largely unwilling to believe it. Children that were masked at Little League games at the swimming pool. When school reopens the fall, they'll likely wear masks their to the kids are not at risk themselves, and they never were now. Thanks to vaccines. The vast majority of their parents and grandparents aren't any longer, either. But first the kids Over the course of the pandemic. 49,000 Americans under the age of 18 have died of all causes. According to the CDC. 331 of those deaths were covered related. Less than half as many as he died from pneumonia. In fact, in 2019, more than 2000, American kids and teenagers died in car crashes. Last year, fewer kids died of covid 19 than of heart disease, malignant Neopolitan suicide and homicide, not to mention birth defects, which killed hundreds of times more. The notion that we're supposed to mask up small Children and have them wear this. He's annoying pieces of cloth on their face so they can't see other Children. Have a tough time breathing. When they're running around 90 degree weather a camp. It's idiotic. And yet you see the left pushing. I mean, there's Fauci pushing it. It's just it's insane, all to protect people who are supposed to be rational adults. If you choose not to get the vaccine, that is your problem at this point. I cannot stress this enough..

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"��331" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"��331" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Um Three m experience at a casino over the weekend, and we're going to get into whether you like it or not, but who did that later in the show, But I did. And you know, I was chomping at the bit Tiff on Friday to talk about this, but I said Look, it's a Friday. Let's make it a relaxed show. But On Friday, the CDC came out with their guidance concerning schools as they start to open up here in a in a couple months. Um and on one hand, they said, vaccinated teachers and students no longer have to wear mass inside school buildings. Correct great. They also strongly encouraged recommended in person learning her ray, good stuff. Exactly, But there's always a big butt and to me the guidance recommend that unvaccinated individuals, including the kids themselves, still wear masks and maintain three ft. Social distancing. So now they will be left up to the local and state legislators decide how that's going to go. California, of course. Was quick to pick up the new CDC guidance, and they announced that their kids are going to be wearing masks whether they have vaccinated or unvaccinated all year. Um, Oregon and New Jersey. Are not issuing mass requirements yet, but will allow individual school districts to determine New York has also hasn't said. So the question comes down Tiff. What about Ohio, Kentucky? In Indiana. I am here to say right now. And I knew this was coming. And you don't know me that well, but I will tell you this. So help me God, if school districts in large amounts in the state of Ohio and otherwise make kids who are unvaccinated Where mass. Okay, I will come unglued. Now I fully expect the city Cincinnati School district to do that, just because that's what they're going to do. But Southwest local school district where my son goes to school No. Uh if the governor Mike DeWine says that we're going to require that the students wear mask whether they're vaccinated, unvaccinated I will have a huge problem with it. And you can march arm in arm with me carrying pitchforks and torches as we bring, so I want to ask you Now it's Am I being unreasonable with this and let me let me just explain my and my thing? Is this sure? Okay, I understand caution and all that sort of thing. But there is to me an importance above getting back to normal life. There's also importance of doing things that actually make a difference versus things that just Have the appearance of making endeavours mask, for instance, Okay, Fauci himself said early on in March of last year. The mask don't do nothing said earlier said in his emails that became public. The Mass don't really do anything. And I know that the The mental harm that those things do to kids. And there's lots of research showing about all the increases in depressions and suicides and all that sort of thing Last year, I want to get back to normal life, and I don't think a kid Should be wearing a mask, especially when he is he or she or otherwise unaffected by covid 19 your thoughts I think I'm not a parent. So, me speaking on off of parents, as you know, I'm not going to be able to do that. But the the aggressiveness that you feel towards the masks and that you feel towards them in schools it takes. I mean, I took me back a little bit by how upset you are about it. I don't understand. You're not in a classroom. So you you are not in a working environment with where teachers are surrounded by maybe potentially unvaccinated, other unvaccinated adults. They don't have a choice. They have to go back now unless they The school district. I don't think CPS will go back to a blended learning model. I think everyone's like now we're back to schools come. The follower will eventually come That way. They don't have a choice on whether or not they can be there or not anymore. You and I have a choice. I could do my show from this house. If I felt uncomfortable with Damascus. I was taken back. Um, by the fact that you're really against it with that with kids, and being in school system is because you can't speak for other teachers and potentially other students and their families that need to be protected against people who are unvaccinated. Right? And I understand what you're saying, but number one, there's The fact that Much research has been done on our kids. Super spreaders of Covid for everything has come out about it says No, It's not been the case. Kids are not spreading this and I will say this about mass. The same thing I've been saying for private last year and a half Is if masks are so effective then if you wear one and are vaccinated if they're so effective, then that should cancel the problem. Whether I'm wearing one or not, I think Look, there's risks and rewards and things in life. I think the detriment of having a kid. Think that it's normal to wear a mask and have to fool around with the thing knowing they're going to be touching it and pulling it and not wearing it right anyway. They have to go through that and have to look at each other with a mask on all the time. I think it's criminal. If you want to wear a mask where five of them I have never in once my life made fun of anybody wearing a mask Unless you're driving. I will make fun of you. If you're driving, wearing a mask by yourself or the windows up, I will. But outside of that, I have never go do what you want to do. I I just I and I would love to know how their folks feel about this. 513749 £7000 780 T. 1 800 the big one about kids, If what will you do your reaction Be if your kid who was unvaccinated is meant to where a mask the school year. I just think the the harm and wearing a mask is more so than the harm of Of not wearing a mask. The of there's been 600,000 deaths from Covid in this country. How many tiff you think have been ages? Uh, 17 or under. It's like 300, right, 331 and hospitalizations. It's something that's um that same demographic is 44 per 100,000. So it's 440.0. 4%. I just don't see the I don't see the need for it..

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"��331" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"��331" Discussed on KCRW

"Find the right people at the time wolf going to adapt and overcome until we find the right people, especially in cases that are as serious as this. After all, she says. Overcoming obstacles is something the army does on a daily basis. For NPR news. I'm Carson free. This is NPR news, and I'm Cherry Glazer with his KCRW news update. Now we're going to shift gears a bit and talk about pinball. The Museum of Pinball in banning had planned to relocate to a bigger space in Palm Springs. With almost 2000 pinball machines and arcade games and its collection, The museum is only able to display a fraction of its holding in the San Gorgonio Pass. Is KCRW's Matt Dillon reports. Financial constraints have now caused a change of plans and threaten the museum's collection of retro games. The Museum of Pinball calls of 44,000 Square Foot building and banning It's home. Even with that much space John weeks, the founder, is only able to show off and play a portion of his collection. Earlier this year, he got approval from Palm Springs to move the museum into a space in the Old Desert Sun newspaper building. That's more than double the size of the current location. Initially a remodel, and the move was projected to take around seven months. But now that's jump to 15 months and weeks, says his nonprofit museum doesn't have the funds to sustain itself for more than a year of transition. Weeks had hoped by going to the desert. The vintage pinball machines could have been a major attraction during Palm Springs Modernism week. Weeks, says the cost of storing the machines has gotten so steep. He's now considering selling off part of his huge collection. If he doesn't find a corporate sponsor or benefactor in the next couple weeks, he says, he'll be forced to liquidate some of the games. In 2015. The Guinness Book of World Records recognized the museum for having the most people simultaneously playing pinball when 331 machines were in action. For KCRW. I'm Matt Gillam 331 pinball machines all going at the same time. Hope the players had earplugs. You're listening to KCRW. Support comes from a veil car sharing, helping people share their cars to earn money while traveling or borrow a car near airports in 14 cities, including Los Angeles. All state provides the insurance more at avail. Car sharing dot com Democrats in the Senate have scheduled a procedural vote today on an election reform bill that would restore the full protections of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Right now, the measure has.

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"��331" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"��331" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"At a very important pastors conference in Florida. I'll be sitting in for him co hosting today will continue to be love here for the next hour and then the next two hours will be showing some previously recorded best of financial issues, which are still great. There's lots of great information there. There's there's lots of wisdom that being in parts as people call in and ask questions and So if it's one that you haven't seen, I encourage you to stay tuned and continue to watch. We are live on social media on Facebook and on the website, so we're taking some questions and comments from there. And we're just going to move right along in here, so I mentioned before the break that today is tax Day, Probably one of the most dreaded days in U. S history has but you look at the calendar as we get ready. Well, I guess for some that have to write that check into the government so Mm hmm. In Texas here. We were delayed a little bit because of the winter storm, So we got a little bit of a reprieve. We got a little bit more time to do our taxes. That winter storm that happened earlier in February, which is I do live in Texas, so experienced that it was, uh, quite a quite a thing to go to go through. It wasn't something that we were expecting here in Texas. Give us hurricanes all day long, and we know what to do. We know how to deal with that. But, um, send us some freezing weather for a week and everything kind of goes crazy. Yeah, it's as we think about tax time. It's a good time to remember that the government doesn't make money. They don't make a good or service that they can sell and generate revenue. They just get To appropriate money. So we, the people a like certain officials, and we give them the power to decide how much money we all have to chip in. To pay for the things that they decide that we get to find. So when we take a look at the national debt, we say that where you know over $28 trillion in debt. That's such a large number. But I want to see if I can kinda make that relatable to us on a personal to a household level, because as human beings that's really kind of how we think. So how would you feel if someone stole your identity and ran up $85,000 in one year? Would it make you feel any better to know that they gave a fraction of that money to people who really needed it? Because they had lost their jobs for, um, due to the pandemic or just coming on hard times. Well, that is exactly what our government has died. The federal debt like I said, is now over $28 trillion, and that breaks down to $85,000 per citizen. There's approximately 331 million citizens in the United States. Not all of them pay taxes, though. Um, if we break down that same doubt level per taxpayer that breaks down to $226,000 of debt Her tax payers. The government is currently spending more than twice what they're bringing in. In tax revenue. So the government doesn't make money. They just appropriate money, and then they get to decide how to spend it. They're bringing in a little over three trillion, and they're spending close to seven trillion right now. So per taxpayer. That means that there's been in $10,000. I'm sorry. Her citizen. They're paying tent They're bringing in $10,000 per citizen. And they're spending that plus another more than $10,000. Well, would this work if we did it in our own households? Well, We couldn't continue it for very long before we racked up so much debt that we the minimum payments that we were trying to make exceeded. What we were bringing in in addition to being able to pay for our home and our car and our food and our taxes, property taxes So then what happens if you default on all of those things as an individual? Was a very bad situation. So we really have to think about this, and we have to think about we have to get some education in the basics. We have to really ponder the thought. You know what really is the government's supposed to be doing. Well, my opinion they're supposed to be protecting the citizens. That means defending the country from all threats, domestic and foreign. That's the business of the government. The government is called to, I think, provide infrastructure, so it has to be concerned about the infrastructure of this company. Roads and bridges and communication. Um utilities. How we send goods and services back and forth. Those are all things that I think Is a good cause for us all to want to chip in on to pay our taxes and to have those things maintained because I don't think it's a monumental task to do And I think the government Has to be involved to collect a little bit of tax to get those things done. But beyond those things, what should they really be involved in? You know, should they be involved in our health care system? Should they be involved in private business? Um, what are all of those things that they really should be involved in? Because when you have a limited amount of money, you've got to make some choices, right? You've got to make some choices in your household. You know how much you have coming in? You've got to make some choices about what can I spend on housing? What cannot spend On vehicles. What can I spend on food? What can I spend on entertainment? What cannot spend or what should I spend? Um, to give back to the Lord, That really should be the first question. But we all have to ponder these things. And I think the government has that same responsibility. You know, you hear on the intro coming in on some of the segments here, Um, Ronald Reagan talking about, you know us applying the same common sense to the government that we used in our own daily lives. Where did that go? You know we need we need to bring that back. So you know, let's think about that. Search your heart. Think about what is the responsibility of the government. And then we have to communicate that to the people that that we, um elect to office, So that is our job. We have to be vocal about it. We have to be heard. And to be heard before were heard. We really need to know what we need to say. We need to be ready to give an answer for the hope that we have and to be ready to give an answer for the opinions that we have So in order to form opinions, we have to know what's going on. We're going to take a few calls. Let's go to Diane in Texas. Good morning, Diane..

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"��331" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"��331" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"A bipartisan commission to investigate the January six riot at the U. S Capital has now been turned partisan up. Until this week, there had been agreement from both Democrats and Republicans to form the 10% Commission to look into the riot with an equal number of Democrats and Republicans on the panel today, Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell says he will join House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy opposing the panel that was negotiated with her colleague, Republican John Kato from New York. I've made the decision to oppose the House Democrats slide Did and on balance proposal. Another commission to study the events of January. The sixth Senate majority Leader Chuck Schumer's says Republicans through their own negotiators under the bus, and her cowering from the former president. Getting at the truth is more important now. That some Republicans are trying to rewrite history. It's just incredible what they're doing. How much how dishonest can they be? An abject fear of the most dishonest president who's ever sat and the White House and both the House and Senate will take a vote on the bipartisan commission bill today. Hamas continues to launch rockets toward Israeli cities Israel continues bombing Hamas military installations in Gaza he's ready. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he's determined to continue a military offensive in the Gaza Strip. Despite a call from President Biden Toe wind the operation down the White House says the president told the prime minister this morning that he expected to see a significant de escalation today. It's the first public split between the U. S and Israel since the fighting flat. In London signing now in Fox News. It's not just the crypto currency market as deep in the red. Today, all the major indices air falling. The Dow industrials off 331 points right now, the S and P 500 is down by 35, the NASDAQ off 99. Our next news updates at 12 30 I'm Susan Witkin on Kaylie NewsRadio a 50 A M and 94 1 FM..

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"��331" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"��331" Discussed on KGO 810

"All right. Well, want some one last thing here when? When we talk about this Republican party on? Do you think that the list Cheney realizes that kind of by being the martyr here? On taking this that she can govern. I support behind her moving forward. It seems to me to be the case that you heard me start the segment talking about that. See, like the official who was asking questions at a board of Public board meeting of whether not there was some kind of device in the vaccine that would track us. I mean, the fact that we we we live in a nation. That is that tethered to ignorance to such a degree. Um, I don't. I don't know how the Republican Party can move forward without changing fundamentally what they've been for the last five years, which is I've got to get rid of this anti science bias right when, when the Republicans around the house, they only put anti science people on the science committee there is this strain in the Republican Party, saying science is a religion. No, it's not. You don't understand what science or religion If you think about go get a dictionary, and it will help you understand that, and Cheney is giving up a position of no power. First of all the minority in the house and the Senate. They don't have any power to begin with, Uh And but she's giving up nothing except perhaps some public humiliation in front of people in return for the possibility that she will emerge as the champion of the Republican Party. That's something Mitt Romney could have done if he had more spying, but he's always so eager to Not, you know, go so far. Well, 2022 is going to be them. I think we keep saying this, but amazingly important midterm like we've never seen before, And I would suggest people go to your website D. C. Report that organ and read the article by David Crook about why we need to increase the size of the House of Representatives. John Nichols of the Nation wrote something too about this and everybody needs to understand. How we're getting screwed and how that we should have 30 more reps. Maybe 20 to 30 way have we have the same number of representatives today that we had when it was fixed last in 1913. There only 97 million of us back then there's 331 million of us today. So David Crook who's long argued for this, He's our managing editor, and he lives in San Francisco. Uh, David would argue, you know that we should significantly expand the house. Frankly, if we have 1000 members instead of 435 yet a question more money, But you know, your Congress person wouldn't be so distant from you. Yes, 770,000 people, each one represents now and I mean Madison and Hamilton talked about this. They wanted more. I mean, the founding fathers wanted more so we're not going against anything in stone. Here. We're going with the people. The framers. This is what they wanted, and this is not fixed. Some the size of the Senate is fixed to person ate. So Wyoming gets, too was 600,000 people in California with 40 million gets, too, But the house could be increased in size. The Supreme Court could be increased in size, and we need to add a lot of federal judges because they're throwing cases out. Not giving proper hearings to him just because they can't handle the workload. Lot there, David. Thank you so much. I know you've been busy, and I really do appreciate you taking the time. Great stuff is always nice talking to you. Okay, Take care. Bye chip say about again. That's David Kay Johnson. That's Kay with sea but D C report dot or is the site is some great reading there As really It's thing I like about the best is They not a lot of words. They get right to the point, eh? So check it out are coming up in a little bit. We're gonna talk Tonto. Steve Moskowitz In just a second. Oh, Andy Field will join us in a bit. We'll talk about Fauci will hear Rand Paul and found she talk. But the sun bright right now to Steve Moskowitz and talk about people who have not filed tax returns in a long time. That's not a smart move. Right, Steve? No, it's not, And it got a lot less smart because President Biden has just announced that he wants to give 80 billion with a B to the IRAs to catch people. They're not complying with the tax laws, and he said he expects 10 to 1 return, So he wants 100 billion back. Wow, which means just like you were talking about where there's not enough guys. Big problem with the Irish is they just didn't have enough people and money to get everybody and some people look at the end of that, Even though it was illegal, they'd care. President Biden came in and said Hey, Put it into that. And with this extra $80 billion, they're gonna have to go after a lot of people that they hadn't before and also a while ago, the IRA has hired a whole bunch of new criminal agents. We've seen them hit the ground now because I was suddenly criminal cases have increased. So the bottom line is if you've been getting away with this for years, and they could have Stop thinking that because The IRS is coming after you. They're getting the resources now. The personnel and like we've talked about three years checked, it's much better for the taxpayer to go. The government. Well, you're not to go the taxpayer and you and I both know I've been audited twice and we've talked about this. You never want to go on alone and also it. Moskowitz llp dot com You confined Off a bunch of tips on how not to get audited. So I mean, we wanted, you know, I know you wanna help him on both ends of this and I due to its having been there. It's not any good against Eve. Thanks. Great stuff. Moskowitz. See Buddy Moskowitz llp dot com or.

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"��331" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"��331" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Now more of a Steve's give Phoebe Show on WTMJ. That was kind of fun here in what you guys have to think about If you have the power that I have every Wednesday, 11 35 of Steve World the world, So thanks for those suggestions are still coming in. The nine to all if I ruled the world and adopt German driving laws, like big fines and points for left wing cruising, driving too close and texting while driving too many people enter the freeway and immediately go to the left lane. Even there's nobody in the right lane. True, true, true, true, true. From the 414. I would have busted stop across the street to set about the corner with her toys in the way. I actually agree with that. Who said the corner has to be the place when we're trying to make turns. We don't know what the bus is doing. Sometimes you can tell we're not supposed to go in front of Busses were all sitting there like idiots waiting for the bus to decide or tell us what their plans are. I like that one. See, that's some wisdom there. Um, let's see what we want to redesign the Wisconsin license plate. You don't like the dairy state. Um Jeff from Fox point. I ruled the world I'd like to see it. Places of employment of adult versions of scholastic Book fairs compared to the ones we used to look forward to in school. Do our childhoods. Not sure we're just going with that one from the 331. Thanks for the long distance. Listen, if I ruled the world You would not be able to make more money, unemployment sort of working. That's a big one. I had a lot of people say that when that that seems to be a burn people's side. Um, if I ruled the world 262. If I ruled the world, anyone admitting they have made a mistake wouldn't be the wouldn't be the great sin that has has become in our life. Our relationship politics, sports. Basically, everything would be much better if we gave each other a break. For being the fallible human beings. All of us are so that's big picture. I like that kind of stuff. Well, job well done, 262. Greg from Appleton. Um, this is the charity one. So, Greg says If I ruled the world I would create a lot where any money spent by candidates and P A. C s equal amount has to be done into charity. I'm not opposed to that. Um, let's see, Sam says. Put the country back to what our forefathers wanted. Sam's all about them saying I love your enthusiasm, always and keep texting and calling the show. Peter from the South side. If I ruled the world would take race out of everything. Every application everything else that shows what color you are either an American or foreign workers student except like such exceptional Yeah, taking the It's the over. Over what's the right word and overcompensation for race? Right? It's not the right word, but I'll think of it. It's just it's too much attention paid to the differences and not enough on the similarities. When you've actually met people that look differently. Pray differently, speak differently than you when you start getting into a deeper Longer conversation. You don't you realize they have all the same trials and tribulations. You do exactly the same family stuff. Car issues, work problems, relationship stuff. It's all the same. We are fixated on race. Overcompensation was what I was trying to think of, and Because of that, over over conversation over that fixation on race. It blinds us to actually getting to the substance and the the serious issues that we could fix if we actually Got into it, but unfortunately we blind ourselves. That perception of race that is first and foremost what people want to talk about. Thanks for all those great suggestions, we're gonna take a break. We'll hand it off to Jeff Wagner. That is next. Right here in Wtmj. Stick around more. The Steve Skip Edie Show next on WTMJ, Milwaukee.

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"��331" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"��331" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"With at least one vaccine shot by the fourth of July, just about two months away. Is welcome in San Antonio, First news national correspondent Michael Bauer. I guessing that there must be some significance to that 70%. Yeah, it's getting things closer to her immunity Charlie, which is what the goal has been since day. One of covert coming to the U. S has been let's achieve herd immunity. If we achieve herd immunity, meaning between 70 and 85% of the population are on some level immune to the virus, meaning that they is either caught the virus and built up antibodies from that recovery frame or they were getting vaccines if they are 70 to 85%. Immune. Then we will reach heard it. We will have achieved herd immunity, and that allows us to sort of stomp out this coronavirus. Now The problem here is is that while we have been going through the mess of the past year and a half and getting to the point where we got vaccines early this year started getting those vaccines in the arms. We're now seeing a point in time with the threshold is hit, and we are seeing people getting a first or a single dose of vaccine each day falling 50% each day since April 13th, so the numbers are by far falling off here, and the concern by health officials is we won't get to herd immunity if we've got those kinds of numbers. So you're seeing President Biden step up and say, Well, here's our new face of this current virus vaccination strategy. We loved to get at least one shot in the 70% of US adults by July, 4th. Why the one shot? Well, if it's visor than you're getting 70% of people inoculated right if it is one of the others a modern I'm talking of Johnson Johnson is the one shot fired her Moderna. Then you've got half of it through. Maybe you could get him to come back for the second shot on some level, but he also wants to get in addition that 70% 55 million more people fully vaccinated during that time for him again. To get closer to herd immunity, which is why you also saw them talking about getting the Koven vaccine out to Children and teens that younger demographic makes up about 20% of the population that needs to be vaccinated as well. So teams 12 to 15 might be getting the vaccine from Fizer early next week. You might even see going into September kids aged 2 to 12 getting the vaccine again. That all becomes a part of getting to herd immunity because, as health officials have pointed out in the past 24 hours if we do not get there by the fall the fall of the deadline, really, if we don't get there by the fall, we could be facing another surge of coronavirus this winter. Ah, coronavirus that could put us back at square one even prior to the vaccines. We've gotten here because You're looking at the possibility of all sorts of various like there's an Indian in India. There's an Indian variant that may be making its way over to this country. We know about the South African one, let alone the UK version that's been in this country and others that we may not yet know about that could still make it here. So if we don't reach herd immunity by the fall, there's a belief that by the wintertime we could be starting this whole process all over again. Have another huge pandemic. Alright, you brought up the numbers, so I'm gonna hold you accountable for it. The president wants 70% of adult Americans with at least one by the fourth of July, two months away, we know by the last census report roughly 331 million people in this country. I don't know if the president is using 18 and older as you know, as an adult or 21 years in over as an adult, But if you're just looking at individuals that are over 18. Of that 331 million. About two thirds of them. Almost 200 million are over 18. Now you add to that, as you pointed out, 40% of adults already have had or are totally vaccinated that took his 1st 100 days. I think the good job is going on here, but I think it might be a little difficult to get another 30% in a two month period. Is going to be tough, but that's why there's a big push because look, even if you get and I'm just this is clearly an over adjustment here. But let's say you got every kid under the age of 18 vaccinated and you got that 20% on. Well, then you've only got 10% more You've got to get to so it looks like it's possible. But that's if you're getting every kid vaccinated between now and fourth of July as well. So there are, of course, the concerns. That's why there's this push. They're trying to get this done, and it's not just I mean the government sure, and you're seeing states step up. You're seeing Maryland's offering 100 bucks to state employees. To get fully vaccinated $300 for getting a free syriza shots. Same thing with West Virginia..

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"��331" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"��331" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Do social distancing during rush hour. And this return to work will only make that more difficult I was CBS is Dave Carlin. A new survey from the American Psychological Association says nearly half of all Americans feel uneasy about adjusting to in person interaction once the pandemic ends. Mental Health America CEO Paul Jian Frito says there's also a lot of anxiety about getting back to the workplace. Writing the transit to get to work is an issue. It's not just the workplace itself where they may feel safe, and I think that We've just got to be willing to recognize that and understand this and know that everybody's in the same boat. Gionfriddo says It's important to talk about fears with friends and family or with a professional. Massachusetts senator at Marquis is traveling around the state today to announce a new climate legislation. Senator speaking at Roxbury Community College this hour on civilian Climate Corps for Jobs and Justice Act, the bill would establish a group to address things like reducing carbon emissions sourcing, renewable energy and more marquee, Also speaking later this afternoon in Quincy and Hall, Could be some more windmills off Martha's Vineyard in the future. WBC's Rob Woodard has the story from the cave. Another wind farm near the Vineyard is in the first traces of development. The 880 megawatt farm would be located 12 miles southwest of the island. It includes 100 turbines Thean V times, reporting the company planning it revolution Wind. He's currently entering the environmental impact statement phase. The Federal Bureau of Ocean Management was notified of those preparations last week that publication of a tent opens up a 30 Day public comment period. The bureau will be holding three public sessions May 13th, 18th and 20th. More information can be found on the Bureau of Ocean Management's Web site. And you'd wind is seeking final approval from the federal government for AIDS Project. Those turbines would also be located south of the island from the Cape Cod bureau. Rob ordered WBZ Boston's news radio Right now it's time for Bloomberg business, and we're joined by Tracy Junkie, Tracy. Madison. It is hard to miss the facts that vegan alternatives to burgers are everywhere. From Burger King to target Tyson Foods certainly noticed Today it's revealing and selling. 100% plant based brand called Raised and rude in the line will include faux burger Patties and ground beef, the fake kind The prospect of another competitor isn't sitting well with beyond meet investors. That stock is falling. 4% Dow's up 331 points the S and P s up 17. The NASDAQ is down 41 points. I'm Tracy Junkie. Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's news radio Up next, the latest sign of a return to pre pandemic life on the seas. Stick with us to hear more. Hey, Alexa, play WBZ NewsRadio. Were you talking to me? No, I'm just telling.

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"��331" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"��331" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"This'll week in the PGA Tour makes its next stop on CBS, where some of golf's Bast included the top ranked player in the world. Dustin Johnson, along with Justin Thomas and Brooks kept step on the course of the Valspar championship. Live coverage begins Saturday and Sunday. Three eastern 12 Pacific only on See me. Oh, oh, giraffe time. Oh, draft time tomorrow. The NFL draft tomorrow night begins at eight. P.m. Eastern time. We will have first in the morning reaction. So be here for that First morning reaction on Friday morning. To be here and we will break it all down Friday morning by the way tomorrow. We will have Daniel Jeremiah join us here on the show. So Daniel Jeremiah is one of the best. He's on NFL network. He's gonna drop on by to break things down today. Charles Davis NFL Network's gonna join us. We're all over. The NFL draft and have been For many, many weeks now, now the best offensive lineman in this draft. His pin a school from Oregon, and I don't know more as how much you pay attention to Variables or the Numbers. The combine numbers, etcetera. You're big Combine guy, No combine this year, but I was just Doing some research search the other day on the NFL draft. I had to take note of the size of Panay Sewell. Today. Sul stands at 6 6.5. He weighs in at £331. How would I describe that? He's built like a farmhouse. This guy is enormous. And you think about today's NFL. Today, Soul is 66 or 673 30. It might not be a top five pick in the draft. This is how dominant the quarterback position is. And this is how Furiously. Teams look for offensive help. I'm sorry Quarterback help because Trevor Lawrence is going to go. One likely. Zach Wilson's gonna to go to likely a quarterback goes three to the San Francisco 40 Niners and everybody figures. The number four If someone doesn't trade up into that pick for a quarterback that you're looking to Kyle pitch coming off the board at a Florida so today, Sue is likely to be the fifth pick or worse in this traffic again. There's no Worry, and there's no embarrassment or apology needed for getting drafted 567, But the guy's an Outland Trophy winner. Ah, unanimous all American first team all Pac 12. Has played in multiple big bowl games played for a power conference. A power team in a power conference is 663 30. Has great footwork and is built like off farmhouse. And he's not even a top five pick of the draft. This year's that amazing? Yeah, we go back to the 2014 draft. I believe it was that we were at where was just offensive line Heavy. Might have been 2013. I have to double check that. Most years, I would say, honestly said this most years if it wasn't for a Trevor, Lord's coming out specifically, you're talking about penny soul. If there was no opt out because he didn't play last year, cause the Koven That's a guy where he's probably going first or second overall in a draft and you have this much love affair of quarterbacks and a freakish talent like Kyle pits and have him slide of the top five in a league by the way. Where the biggest issue I think on the field is that offensive line play has slipped so dramatically hurting these offenses. People should be tripping over themselves to get penny. So on your right is my father's top five. I think, though, that this is gonna be a trend now in the NFL, and it's always been a bit of a trend where the quarterbacks are pushed up the board. You know, people tend to say that there's two board there's the regular Prospect Porter. Then there's the quarterback board, where Trevor Laurence might be the best quarterback in the draft. But let's just say Zach Wilson is the He's the best prospect of the trapper would go number two. I think this is going to be a future. I really do. I just think that from now on, you're going to see quarterbacks. The best quarterbacks are gonna be the first 2 to 3 picks every single year. I don't know if we'll ever get back to a place where offensive linemen would go 12 or three or pass rushers, don't you think? Because everybody is so dire. For better quarterback. And maybe even the Niners were good example. They have a guy that just was good enough to bring them to a Super Bowl, and they traded two draft picks to get up to get his replacement. The Rams had a guy I'd bring them to the Super Bowl in Jared Goff. They couldn't wait to trade draft picks to go get Matthew Stafford. I got a feeling I got a feeling that from draft from here on out Not gonna be best prospect is just gonna best quarterbacks and 123 and then best prospect. After that. I leaned with you on this until this week. Here would be the caveat today because we're going to get into breaking down all these quarterbacks later in the show. What if five quarterbacks go in the top 10 or so which we think could happen if you consider all the top five and really only Trevor Laurence pans out, leave these on the table. The other four guys bust out. Wouldn't that be a cautionary tale for other teams going up that you don't need the necessary trip over yourself Just because you need a quarterback, and we need to make sure we get the quarterbacks Couldn't it always go back the other way? If guys are frequently busting to not should it should be cautionary tales. But every year there's going to be a GM or a head coach that feels like they're better quarterbacking away from a Super Bowl or keeping their job. I mean, look at what the Bears have done. They kept the same guys in place. But I mean, how many chances is Ryan Pace get to figure out the quarterback position every year. It's okay. Travis. He's not the guy. Let's bring in falls. Okay. They're not the guys. Let's bring in Andy Dalton had they had a high draft pick, They would have used it on a quarterback. I think this is gonna become the norm, where Niners didn't win the Super Bowl, so let's find a better quarterback. The ramp didn't win the Super Bowl. Let's find a better quarterback The Dolphins. I mean, let's face it. The Cardinals had drafted Josh Rosen, Let's find a better quarterback and Kyla Murray I think that this might just end up being there's no patients. There's no time the Jets just drafted Sam Donald number three Overall, they couldn't wait to get rid of them. We're gonna move on..

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"��331" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"��331" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Moment It's seared into my memory. My eighth grade science teacher is fantastic, Mr Moxon says still remember, I'm sure he's past it this point, but it's funny how the good teachers stick out. And as we follow you many times he was the teacher. Everybody was so scared of. He's so mean cells may so scared of those always end up being my favorite teachers. The ones that everybody is so scared of him was so mean Dude, Come on. Now. There's gotta be a relationship there. Yeah. Kids are funny that way, though. That's so universal heart of it transitioning to something we gonna talk about later today. Part of it was they would demand something of people. So many teachers don't demand anything. And we've got a lot of info on that today on great inflation. No, boy, I don't know. I don't know why this caught on yesterday and was a news thing but all kinds of teachers coming out of the woodwork of how much easier Grade school is high school is college is than when they went through. That's equity jackets, equity teaching and how the A students would have been beer, see students when they were in school, and I'm talking like the forties. There's one guy who said I went to a middling college in the eighties, which Caught my attention because I went to a middling college in the eighties, and he said, My Yale students that I teach wouldn't have been able to cut it to that college They don't want they don't near is much reading or work as I did at my Little college in the heard that 1000 times. I believe it to be true well and then you have and I threw in the buzzword there. There's Virginia is announced. They're now going to embark in an equity mathematics program. That is essentially a dumbing down so nobody falls behind it. Zit is a society. It's a fundamental change in the society from a striving, achieving innovating society to a I don't know like it. It's a soft soft. Nobody's feelings are hurt. Encounter group with 331 million. However many people you just said, and some of the college professors were talking about all these straight a students that are coming into college. Now that can't write or do math at the level. They should be able to 11. They were straight a students. Yeah, that's interesting. Anyway. It's teamwork that makes the dream work. And then we'll kick off the show. There's our board operator Michelangelo President Dalton Slip in Douglas pulling levers hired this morning, Michael Good. I have Ah, great memories of my eighth grade science teacher. He was crazy, but I love the guy. You would teach physics. True story. He had a bowling ball. That was hooked like a rope. There you go. And then he was swinging it and he would have students stick their face. I'm not kidding. Good lord. Yep. And the ball would come with him. Maybe six inches of you. And he would just say no, It's gonna stop right there. In that experiment. It is a great physics experiment If you stand And pull the ball up to your nose and let go of it. You don't have to worry. I mean, it's just a matter of fact that it's not gonna come back as far as it did. Yeah. Till the day you set up a fan blowing in the wrong direction is tragic. Old. Toothless head will never forget that day. Okay, even his face on the ceiling of the classroom. No, he had all these burn marks from where he would launch rockets in the classroom and he was just shooting right through the Yeah, You know, there's that reminds me of another story from my college bowling teacher. Well, I didn't I held back.

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"��331" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"��331" Discussed on WTVN

"Um, one year at the CMAs Pizza Hut was a sponsor for the artist to come around and you'd interview them and For country music, and they had this lounge area where they had the old school chandeliers. I didn't know this until someone from pizza Hut like from corporate was telling me this But I'm like, Oh, I love a lot of the old school stuff. And you know the arcade and they were telling me that the chandeliers back in the day At least it was really expensive Toe open a restaurant a pizza restaurant back in the day because they used what Waterford Crystal, I guess. Real water for you. Yeah. Did you know that? I knew that they were stained glass. I had no idea that they were that expensive because I'm sure I flung piece of pizza at Yeah, those places worth his fancy when you went out for pizza. I mean, they have those really cool lights. Remember that they have this really tall brown plastic cups where you had your Poppins? Yeah, Fancy. I like that. Well, there was that and then in my town, the happy Chef, so that Oh, yeah. Anyway. Well, Mark Sanford said, Always improve a pleasure to have you on with us this morning. We'll see you back here on Friday, okay? All right, You take care. All right? You two have a great week. Yesterday. Big data came out in the world of the census. The 2020 cents a show in the U. S population grew at its slowest pace. Since the 19 thirties. First numbers to come out of the 2020 cents is showing that basically we're at 331 and a half million people lives an increase of just about 7.4%. S O. What That means for us in Ohio because it Z gonna be a game changer. After this is out, some, like Ohio will lose a congressional district seat. In Congress, others they're going to gain. You have those like Texas, For example, Florida on we're going toe talk more about this tomorrow with our Republican strategist Terry Casey. After eight o'clock because it's gonna have Ah, sharp effect. I mean, it's and if you think about it, this state It's going to be like congressional musical chairs, so eventually it's going to be a point where someone's not going to be able to represent constituents. So it's a whole thing with redrawing this map, and I Just going to give you a heads up. Now, That's what we're going to be hearing about. For a while. It's going to pop up here and there, but this soon to be redrawn District map is is going to be something definitely pay attention to Jump into if you can. We're supposed to hear from the CDC today. You know, we heard found she over the weekend talk about. It's minuscule at this point to where mask outside. Course I think that popped everyone. Wait. What? What? What did found you just say about outdoor masks. So look for something to be said today or announced from the CDC with new guidelines of outdoor mask wearing I say go for I say, Rip it off, Rip it off of the outdoor massive This point indoors. I get it. That's a different story. But the president may announce some of those new CDC. Safety guidelines today, too, and a real quick because I think we have a little bit of time that independent review that we had heard about that was going toe drop with the CPD and the city. In a nutshell, this report that was done by the John Glenn School of Public Affairs at Ohio State. Just that the CPD Clovis Police department wasn't prepared to respond to protest last spring and summer. If you think about it, we Before last summer, and I have been here 20 years. I just I can't recall scene. What I saw and you saw downtown last summer. That was something and at least for me. That was new. I've never seen it at least two that magnitude over the death of George Floyd. But the report went on to say that you know, they add that the department was also unaware of the community's regard for law enforcement. And and maybe that's a disconnect. I don't know. It certainly didn't help, though, that You know, Words do matter sometimes. And what was coming out of the mayor and coming out of this city to the CPD I There was a lot of confusion. And when you feel like, if you're the CPD, you have no support, but your family But your friends but your own city You feel like it times and I felt it last summer. You feel like they're against you, You know? What do you suppose to do? So the moral of the story. This report, which was a quarter of a million dollars to, you know, take care of and and put together. They also pointed out that there was a rift between city leadership and CBD, which You what? I could have said that 7 20 traffic.

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Dallas County Caps ‘Deadliest Week' of the Pandemic - for the Second Week in a Row

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas County Caps ‘Deadliest Week' of the Pandemic - for the Second Week in a Row

"Had 20 coronavirus related deaths on Saturday, making it the deadliest week for the second week in a row. They were also 1407 new coronavirus related cases. Tarrant County Report 16 deaths and 1862 cases, Denton County reported. 307 cases in the state added seven coronavirus related deaths. 331 cases in Collin County President

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Dallas, Collin and Denton counties to receive a large bump in COVID-19 vaccines

Jim Bohannon

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas, Collin and Denton counties to receive a large bump in COVID-19 vaccines

"Who's eight says the state plans to release £48 of New Corona virus vaccine doses for Dallas County. This coming week 42,900 doses for Collin County 32,975 for Denton County and 27,700 for Tarrant County. As of Friday, the state is reporting more than 2.1 million doses have been administered. On Saturday, Texas health officials reported more than 18,000 newer, probable coronavirus cases and 332 more deaths due to the illness caused by the virus. Dallas County had 20 of those deaths, making it the deadliest week there for the second week in a row. There were also 1407 new cases. Tarrant County Before 16 deaths and 1862 cases, Denton County reported 307 cases. The state added seven deaths and 331 cases Saturday in Collin

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Houston Texans hire Baltimore Ravens’ David Culley as new head coach

Strong Opinion Sports

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Houston Texans hire Baltimore Ravens’ David Culley as new head coach

"The Houston Texans have hired a new head coach David culley to be he's a new head coach that gave him a five-year contract. He had three titles this past year with the Baltimore Ravens. He was the assistant head coach. He was the passing game coordinator and he was the wide receivers coach. I thought it was a big surprise. I did not expect and I don't think anybody expected this guy to be hired as a head coach. I didn't know he was on the market. I don't know. He was out there kind of reminds me a lot of the Lions where Detroit Lions are such a bad organization. They had to hire somebody that maybe nobody wanted cuz of reality is nobody else wanted the job and was willing to take the

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Minneapolis City Council votes to cut millions from the police budget

Business Beware

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Minneapolis City Council votes to cut millions from the police budget

"Minneapolis City Council unanimously approved to cut police funding by $8 million, shifting that money from the policeman toward violence prevention and other services. The move comes amid a crime surge following the summer riots after George Floyd's death in Minneapolis Police have recorded 532 gunshot victims this year as of last Thursday. That's more than double the same period a year ago. Carjackings have spiked to 375, and that's up a whopping 331% from the same period last year. The

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Projection: Oregon virus cases could reach 1,600 a day in August

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Projection: Oregon virus cases could reach 1,600 a day in August

"Of Oregon says there could be 1600 new confirmed Koven, 19 infections every day by mid August. That 1600 number is based on the current rate of cases, a more pessimistic model shows that a transmission were to increase by 10% points from where it is now. It could be 2300 new daily confirmed infections in the month of July organise averaged about 315 cases a day. On Thursday, officials reported 331 new cases in two deaths, raising the state's total case count to 15,713. The death toll is 273. That's Como's Frank Lindsay. The

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Good News Stories in 3D Printing

3D Printing Today

05:21 min | 2 years ago

Good News Stories in 3D Printing

"Good stories out there. We've got actually three things. That are adventurous. The first one and the ad they are Cova nineteen related. And that's kind of hard to get away from these days because it's what's happening in the world. It's all that's happening because we're all home doing nothing or hoping trying to work of so. The first story is about how Lamborghini is working with a company that makes ventilators and Lamborghini has put their HP multi jet to use to generate. What they call an an a an artificial lung or a lung simulator. Now I I looked at this and thought. Oh so. They're basically making an air pump for a ventilator. But that's not is it. No actually this is a piece of test equipment For A for a ventilator so if you have a new design ventilator or in the processing the manufacturing facility were you make ventilators you need to test them to make sure that they can produce you know a certain amount of of flow at a certain rate against the actual resistance of of a long and this is basically as a simulated long that allows them to To perform those tests. So I'm assuming that this is not something. They came up with on their own and decided that it would be clever for them to make that and and You know release it on the world. I'm assuming this is something that the manufacturer ventilator manufacturer ask foreign said that this was something that was Yohan an issue in in their supply chain that they needed more of these to be able to make and test more ventilators in the article. Which by the way is in three d? Printing Industry dated April Sixteenth. There's a photograph of what they're producing. And I gotTa admit like almost all new stories. When you study the photograph your little bit you can see that. The story was a little bit a little bit more hyperbole than it is real interesting news. Because if you look at the photograph you'll realize all that lamborghinis actually producing with HP MULTI. Jet Is the frame of this thing and the bellows you. Well you know that the multi jet did make it simply because you can see the seem. Yeah so are. We don't know where they get the bellows for this lung simulator from. But you know they didn't make it in their. Hp multi jet. There'd be no scene there if it was an HP multi jet unfortunately and then the story goes on to talk about how they're using Carbon dos technology to generate two hundred polycarbonate face shields a day and I found that also to be a little bit Hype he stuff. Because if you look at the photograph following that you see that they're actually producing like we all are those frames that get attached to your head and not the clear shield and I don't know about you but on seeing on TV. All the first responders risking their lives working to the bone in and out there every day. And what I'm seeing them wearing now are facials. That are attached to their masks. That their breathing masks. They're super inexpensive super flexible. Clear face shields. So there's no longer an essential need for these kind of headbands that we're seeing people producing for the most important people that are doing the work. There's a a way simpler approach that they're they're jumping at using right now so I am looking at both of these thing Atlanta. I think this was one of those hype. Hyperbole kind of things Gotcha see I don. I don't know that I kind of disagree with the the not need for For Fe Shields Because the the face shield where where you have the shield attached the top of the mask that that's a mad those have been around forever. That's been served standard hospital equipment and a lot of places but they may not have them. I agree but to use. Dos Technology carbon their carbon machine for this producing two hundred a day. Come on ABC. You're a couple of million a day right with yes there are. There are actually Injection moulding companies. That have gotten on this. Perhaps with Three D. PRINTED DIES. But they are injection molding these these things by the hundreds of thousands the in fact. I saw another article saying that. Now the the big problem in the supply chain. Is Ashley the plastic film that you see through exactly? That's my. They're having to to work on that. So yeah if you're if you're looking for somebody to three D print at home. I don't know that I would just set out and print a a huge number of these unless you have a call for them from your local hospital or local first responders and you have a established source for the film because otherwise you're just wasting your time wasting your film. I strongly strongly agree with

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Sensory Prediction Error Signals in the Neocortex with Blake Richards

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

09:13 min | 2 years ago

Sensory Prediction Error Signals in the Neocortex with Blake Richards

"Am with Blake. Richards Blake Blake is an assistant professor in the school of Computer Science and the Montreal neurological institute at McGill University as well as a core faculty member at et Mula and you've also got an affiliation with far yes. I'm a candidate C.. For a chair and a member of C far's learning machines and brands program. Fantastic fantastic passing. Well Blake welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you very much for having me. Also you are doing a talk here on sensory prediction error signals in the neo cortex yes Let's just jump right into that. What's the talk about sure? So a lot of people have postulated for a long time that our brains and in particular. The NEO CORTEX the region concerned with higher order thought or functions if you will is effectively. An unsupervised unsupervised learning machine. It is there to make predictions about incoming stimuli and that it would use. WHO's this differences between those predictions and the actual data that receives in order to learn about the structure of the world and develop a good internal model? And although Oh there have been many computational studies that have postulated this and this idea has also informed artificial intelligence a great deal. The fact act is that there isn't a lot of direct evidence for it in the brain. There are a few initial studies but myself and my collaborators Joel's Albert Virga York University Yatra Banjo also at Milan University. Molly AL and Tim Lily. Crap at Google deep mind. We put together a proposal to the the Allen Brain Institute a couple of years ago to run some experiments to explicitly look for some of the sorts of prediction dictionary signals. That these kinds of models of unsupervised learning in the brain predict would be there so the institute has been running a series of studies. Doing doing what's called two photon calcium imaging and mice is basically a way to record the activity of many hundreds of neurons at once as well as their dendritic processes in a live animal. And so we've got recordings of the brains of mice primary visual cortex. Well we expose them to new stimuli that follow particular statistical patterns which we then violate occasionally and we have found evidence for very clear sure and really strong responses to those violations of the expected stimulus and additionally there are some interesting kind of breakdowns in terms of where those signals appear in the critical circuit. And also ask some interesting data in terms of the way that it seems to be something that the animals actually learn over multiple exposures to the stimuli See your conditioning mice to expect some kind of response then you kind of take a left. Turn when they're expecting right so to speak and and you're observing. What's going on in their brains as a result and so that's not what you've found is what so what we've found is we've Zam? I'm in two different types of stimuli. One which is where you've got a consistent visual flow in in the screen as it were so there's these bricks that kind of drift left across the screen in a particular direction and they're always consistent in that movement and then occasionally some of the bricks will start moving in the different direction than the expected one or like pretty clearly. You notice it when you watch the stimuli yourself very much so And for those stimuli. We see a massive response. In a particular part of the neoclassical micro circuit the cells. Go nuts in response to the stimulus and this seems seems to happen right off the bat with no training so that suggests that this particular type of violation of expected stimuli is something that the circuit is hardwired wired to detect but we also have another set of stimuli where we present basically these random patches of edges That are all sampled from where the orientation of the edges are all sampled from a particular distribution and then occasionally violate that expectation by sampling. I'm from a different distribution for the orientations and when we present these stimulated the animal at I don't see any responses to the unexpected head orientations but over multiple recording sessions. We start to see huge responses to the unexpected annotations. So what's interesting about this. This is suggests that the circuit is able to learn as it were to be surprised particular types of stimuli and it might at the same time be a hard coded to respond to particular other types of violations. We hypothesize that this might have to do with the evolutionary purpose. This of most visual cortex one of which would obviously be to help the mouse avoid predators. And so it's very important that you detect violations of visual flow in your visual field if you're trying to avoid predators because that's something you want to avoid potential. You WanNa see that Hawk flying above or right exactly but for the other type Stimuli where that we're showing them where it's these oriented edges. That can violate these patterns. What's interesting is that they don't show that response right away but they learn to show it and so that what is some evidence that they're neo? CORTEX is in fact a sort of generative model that can learn the data distribution over time and learn to he surprised when data doesn't actually adhere to that distribution in the first case where you've got more of a stark difference in the visual pattern. Turn do they become desensitized to it over time. We don't actually see any evidence for desensitization which is interesting The signal continues to be very robust over three different days of recording sessions and each session is an hour long so even after many repute exposures of this stay still seem to signal this very strongly which again suggests that for that particular type of stimulus. This is a hard wired component which is very consistent with the evolutionary right. Like if you got desensitized to hawks probably be a bad thing if you're and so there was another element of this work ERC or at least one that you haven't gone into this level of detail yet but is talking about the hierarchical nature of inference in these kits. Is that kind of an ancillary result or is that core to the model that you've developed to understand the stuff yeah so The thing that I mentioned is that what's is interesting. Is that that second type of surprise signal that we see that the animals learned to be surprised to the orientation of edges in that occur in an expected elected way we actually see that signal not in the neurons themselves but in the dendritic trees of the neurons and in particular part of the dendritic trees that is the area drives being like the fingers that we see in our nerve. Yes that's right exactly. All those little branches is that comes out of the Dan right out of the neurons. Those are done rights and those are the sites of synoptic inputs to real neurons but real oh pyramidal neurons in the neo cortex which is a particular type of neuron comprises seventy five to eighty percent of the neurons in the CORTEX in. It's the kind of key the information Presence Cell type in this circuit these cells have a one unique dendritic. Nick process called the April damned right which they send up a vessel yet April okay and they kind of like the tree because what they do is they send it up to the top the surface the brain almost like what the trunk of a tree does the leaves up to the sunlight but in this case they ended up to the surface of the brain and what they receive at this location occasion are the top down in puts so higher order information from other parts of the brain and our data suggests so that is he's actually where we see those surprise signals that are learned and from some of the brain or in this structure overall in this dendritic structure. That is up at the top of the brain and what that data suggests and some of our other analyses suggest is that this surprise signal. Is this you know. Oh that violated my expectations signal that the animals learn is being driven by top down inputs. So that suggests that the entire model model that they have for the world that they're learning is a hierarchical model where it's actually the higher order parts of the network. If you will for machine machine learning people you can think of it. As the upper layers of the network that are actually detecting the violation of the expected statistics and then they are communicating that back down the hierarchy hierarchy to the lower layers of the

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