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"30 weeks" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"30 weeks" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Machine was the one who taught you find different, But there's Really get days off. It's the Fred Show on one. Oh, 35 kiss of him. Do you have what? It takes the battle Showbiz Shelley in the showbiz showdown. Go bad. Okay. Good morning. Hey, Hello. Hi. Um, so yesterday surprising loss. In this showdown that was lost number 33, but she she talks a lot of smack, and then she backed it up, so that rarely happens. Normally, it's smack talk, and then Then he looked dumb, right? You look dumb and Shelly overconfidence. She mops the floor with, you know, so it's not what happened. I was surprised that happened. Mama Mama show was a still on the prowl for Allison here. She's got. She drew up some kind of nasty lawsuit And she's running around Northbrook trying to find her. Serve it up. Ready to serve her asking for plaques and stuff. Oh, yes. You wanted medals and plaques. I'm like you're very modest. That one. Listen to this thing before. Let's welcome from Naper Thrill we have Sarah this morning. Hello, Sarah from Naper Thrill. How are you? Hey, Good morning. What's going on? Tell us about you. Um, I'm Sarah. I'm from Naperville. And I'm actually 30 weeks pregnant with my first child, a boy or a girl. And do we have a name? Girl and unsure of the name so okay. Okay. Well, congratulations. So, um, yeah, that money would buy something I'm sure. Uh, yeah, Like, you know, uh, two diapers? Yes, some diapers. Maybe I don't not a lot, but, uh, but it's really it's more the glory. And by the way, Shelley has never lost two in a row. Ever. So you know that you could also be historic. Here. You could be in the record books. Here we go. Let's play the game. It's five questions for 16 33 is her overall record. Are you ready? Guys? Girls? Daddy's Yes, Yes. Good luck like jelly jelly. With all due respect. Get out to the Sambath Poop. She goes. Here we go. Sarah Question number one. Vin Diesel recently explained his feud with Dwayne Johnson, which started on the first installment of this movie franchise. Um, the festive period. The youngest of the three Kardashian sisters turns 37 over the weekend name her and Kardashian is an important part of that. Right. Chloe, the wife of the late Kobe Bryant has agreed to settle a lawsuit over the helicopter crash that killed him. Her daughter and seven others named Kobe's widow. Um, the NASA After coming out this week, Carl Nassib Jersey has been selling out which NFL team does he play for, Um Lay down can hate me. Wow. You discuss a team? I need to What Broncos know Chloe and up at and Robert Bravo is selling his excess Bentley for 280. Grand name is X. Um, sweetie, Okay. It's a four. That's good. How much? He's selling it for the family. Yeah. I just had 280 grand. Okay, quite literally just said that. Sorry. I missed that part. 280 G, uh, make a deal with him or something. Yeah, yeah, yeah. No, it's affordable. It's reasonable. Priced Shelly four is the score, okay? Why is everybody so good? I don't get better than them. Shall we go for a while? We were getting like one and twos, and Shelley was just prancing across the finish line, but not so much. Here we go. Question number one. Vin Diesel, recently explained his feud with Dwayne Johnson, which started on the first installment of this movie franchise. Fast and furious. That's right. The youngest of the three Kardashian sisters turns 37 over the weekend. Name her Chloe. That's right. The wife of the late Kobe Bryant has agreed to settle a lawsuit over the helicopter crash that killed him. Her daughter and seven others name Kobe's widow. Vanessa. That's right. After coming out this week, Krone sibs.
"30 weeks" Discussed on Z104
"Coming up in about 20 minutes to get ready to text in that word and restore $1000. A South African woman. Has reportedly given birth to 10 babies at once. This smashes a world record that was set last month. Ghassemi. Uh though I think there is She's a 37 year old mom of a six year old or of sexual twins. She's a 37 year old mom of six year old twins. She thought she was going to have eight kids. But when she gave birth by Caesarean, she was surprised when 10 babies came out. Now they had to have come out early. I am assuming yeah, like they had to plan this. C Section two B at Lake 30 weeks or something. There's no way case you're wondering. She said that her pregnancy was natural. And she had not received fertility treatment. Who impregnated this woman like a Congress. Manuel 10 people got the same job. Um, if confirmed, the 10 kids delivery will make it the first known birth of Dick couplets. There's a word you never thought you'd say I love my babies. Like 10. There was a previous record of a woman who had nine in Ma Leah last month. This is going on a lot overseas. Yes, the Guinness Book is aware of her news, and they're going to confirm it and give her the world record. 10 babies at once. How would you like to be the dad? Who wants at some point, you know, do have romantic time with mom again. And that lady is gonna be like hell. No. Yeah, but, Yeah, last time we did this You also that Dad, you know, sits there and drinks a mountain dew and people go, You know, drink. No, it doesn't. You go ahead. You can do whatever you want. You actually need to reduce your your account. Guinness World Book of Records need to give her like your certificate. Prescription for the NXT. Pampers for life as an actor Prozac? Yes, Some diaper company should kick in the Pampers for life or something like that, right? We'll get your diapers for the rest of your life for the kids and college money. And what, or even formula How would you breastfeed 10 babies? What Doctor doesn't do an ultrasound Go. There's multiple heartbeats. So like, not three, they thought they were eight. They knew about eight. They just don't know about the other two. Still, that's not good. You couldn't find him. I mean, if you already knew there were eight What's two more? Two more? Yeah, exactly. I just I've that dad is never gonna have sex again or that bomb. Yeah, they need to get you know fit. At least not with the mom. Yeah, they say the dad will o The bottle said Get the hell away from me with that thing. And look what happened last time. Of course, if you have 10 kids as a dad, you have no time for that, anyways. Well, 10 kids, plus plus your twins, and we're guessing that there is, you know, 12 kids now. Holy hell, That's a that's a dozen back there. I feel sick. That's a sitcom. That's just so many of the show tax season is gonna be great. Oh, wow. She doesn't have to work. I mean, you can't work where? Where is it? This is in the United States Man. Because Biden's new tax kid, Craig, you would be What? Yeah, uh, when we come back next Tuesday morning zoo New Instagram keyword for you dirty work Wednesday and today's edition of Good Idea. Bad Idea. Next Odyssey and Stella Rosa wines brings you celebrations and pride Tomorrow at 11 A.m. Eastern. We have an exclusive interview and performance with Morgan. Join us. At Odyssey. Com slash price celebrations and pride presented by Stella Rosa wines, Let's celebrate pride together. On the super duper time with the center. I'm meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler. Your forecast today we got a mix of sun and clouds out there. We'll see some isolated showers at first, but then some scattered showers and storms this afternoon. Heavy rain will be possible highs in the upper eighties to near 90 and humid In southwest at 10, and for tonight mostly cloudy skies with scattered showers and storms lows near 70. When southwest 5 to 10 miles an hour Thursday mostly cloudy We'll see some more scattered showers and storms. Eyes in the low to mid eighties that Z Morning Zoo forecast tansy one or four. Are you facing eviction or having trouble.
"30 weeks" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Two could be disastrous here tonight against a very good glove is Tampa streaking with points in six straight Boga Rod on the issue station. The ticket is the game was starting. Yes, they needed two points, or at least one but ended up losing. 6290 where they were trying to chase down Nashville. The Predators lost But the stars couldn't get the one or two points. I need it so they remain 4.4 points behind the predators or three games to play. And I couldn't wait to get my vaccine. When one finally became available a few months ago, some of you waited for hours standing in line to go through the process. Maybe we should move out of Texas and moved to New York, where their governor, Andrew Cuomo, was setting up vaccinated and unvaccinated sections if you go to a Yankees or Mets game Those two teams in the Department of Health will also set up vaccines that game. And if you get your shot They'll give you a free ticket. You get a major league baseball tickets for free. If you go and get your vaccine, he also killed a bunch of old people in the senior citizens. Yeah, that's right. I don't have time to that. Okay, So if so, if you have a family of six and you go get six vaccines, Europe is gonna be really sore. Yeah, right. You get six tickets. At least you get six tickets. I just can't believe we're having the entice people to get him to get the vaccine. Well, I mean, you know, everybody has this is a very personal decision. It is. And, uh, Yeah, she said that I was somebody the other day. And they hadn't had him. They talked like, how do you know this is crazy? I don't get it back, saying I was I was with the hospital's retired hospital CEO. That's right. Oh, yes. Who has a gun? And you said no. Well, they had gotten so Yeah. So Hey, to each his own. I hope their decision is Justus. Good is our decision to get one? Yeah, well, I mean, it looks like the decisions have been made today. Based on the numbers. Yeah, yeah, headed in the right direction. So I just washed a year from now, If we weren't talking about this, we never great. Our listeners are saying the same thing. Yes, they are. Don't you think Arliss is getting stinking talk? You don't you? Don't you know it. I'm getting tired of it. Well, it's our job, though, but I know that but it ZTA beat down is not beating. I think Instead I go to my my Facebook page and get the look at Brian. This is both. No, no, don't do that. Yes, I know. I was really only I didn't know anybody was saying I'm not peeling back the curtain. Just that helps me forget about all of it. Yes. Maybe we need to say that this is leave my ear was saying you don't use Facebook. I said I will. Now. Okay now. Next. Tell people what you've done because we spent with you can't we spent five minutes running down Facebook, Right? And now we're talking about Facebook and having a great laugh because of faith. Just posted a picture of Lee on there. That's all I did. But you said he looks like Elmo. No, I didn't say looked like Elmo. My response is below that. I saw that. Yeah, That's what I said. I said no. It's more like this. Hmm. And I just happen to have a picture from Brokeback Mountain with his face on Lee, You're waiting, but I missed that. You have a green lightly Suppose you look like you could post something. Who Brian. Looks like He's working on something. Don't worry if we didn't have Facebook best good left. Right morning, right in. Our listeners wouldn't be going. What are they talking about? Just helps me. Forget about exactly six away the W B A P Rush Limbaugh legacy continues this morning at 11 Now the morning use with how Jay and Brian s tricks on Newstalk 8 20 w b a p w v ap dot com. Don't know why I thought of you when I saw this story how, but it's from Africa from Mali Africa, where a woman has given birth to nine babies. Oh, my gosh. You wanted this. This is not a world news report. No But you see of the check out stand of the grocery store. No weekly World news. This was this was a Moroccan clinic who made this announcement. They're called Non up. Let's Nine up. Let's non I think it's in alone U P L E T s MONOPOLISTS. She was expecting seven. It appears to be the first time on record that a woman has given birth to nine surviving babies. At once. Five girls four boys. And they're all alive. Yes. Nurse is gonna be a really difficult, tough little rough. Yeah. What if this is a true story? Oh, no, It is a true story. It is true. That is a true story is Yeah, it's a letter. Yeah. They sent it to Morocco for the birds because the hospitals and Molly, one of the world's poorest countries, were ill equipped to handle this, So she got there and she was bedridden for a while. Month and a half ago is when they started contacting him. They weren't expecting the nine babies. They get birth. She gave birth and 30 weeks so little premature, but not bad. She's in stable condition. She had received a blood transfusion. She was necessary. And obviously there was, Yeah. Um, so they weighed between 1.1 and £2.2. I'm trying to imagine her when the doctor went seven Oh, a right. Exactly. Yeah, one point Okay, well, My iPhone. What is it iPhone way? Not a pound. I don't think doesn't I don't know. Maybe they don't know. Don't really always pan, so I mean, I mean, they're tiny. Oh, my God. But but so far so good. That is truly amazing. Still waiting to name the girls. The boys are named Darryl. What do you mean? The boys are named Derek. The boys. She's named the boys. Darryl. Not all of them. You're making that up. Don't my mother, brother Daryl, Daryl! Daryl! Daryl is they're married Terry Terry and June Yeah. Zain here. Nine of them. Yes. Uh, we talked about this a bit yesterday. The Derrick show. Vin's attorney has asked for a new trial, All right? One of the details of that. And then this new this new call from your girl AOC. Talking about? Yeah, she's ready. She's ready to start another core out there. My guess we'll tell you what this was all about. After we check traffic.
"30 weeks" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"We want to know what the inflation level is that that helps policy makers But we also have to understand what those things aren't. I mean, we've we've come to think while GDP just means how well off we are, and GDP grows that everybody's more prosperous. And that's not true. That's not what GDP is, and likewise we've come to think inflation just tells us whether or not things are getting more expensive or not, And that's not true inflation in the technical macro economic sense Is a very important measure of what's going on with the overall price level, and you want to know how quickly the overall price level is rising because, among other things, if you know you're in a situation where it's rising too quickly, that has a bunch of unfortunate consequences. So so I think it's great that we measure inflation and you know a lot of ways. The official Inflation measure correctly tells us There's not too much inflation. That's that's good to know what inflation doesn't tell us is what are the costs facing the typical American family? Andhra report that we did on this last year. I kind of tried to tease that apart and and with some really concrete example. So you know, we took the example of a car. According to official inflation measures, cars have not gotten any more expensive for decades on the price of the car has gone up. But of course, a car also has lots, more Electron IX and fancy stuff and it's safer And so that's that's terrific. It's great to know that cars are better than they used to be. But it's also important to recognize that if you're a family trying to afford a car, it's wonderful. There's more great stuff in the car, but it also costs you a lot more. We need to know that too, and there are a lot of areas where that's case healthcare is another great example. Formal inflation healthcare doesn't look that high because of course, we've made incredible health care progress. You the drugs that the procedures the quality of care There are all sorts of incredible things that you have. Available now, especially if you have insurance that you wouldn't have had a generation ago. Us. That being said. If you want to buy insurance. Now, you have to pay an awful lot more than you did a generation ago. And so while it's important to know what the official inflation numbers say, we said, Well, let's also just go at up. How much would it cost to buy a car house? You know, college education and health care for a family of four. And if you look at it in those terms, what you find is that in the 19 eighties, you know, a single male earner at the median income could have bought all that stuff for a family with about 30 weeks of income. That means you've got the rest of the year for everything else. Fast forward to 2018. And it would take 53 weeks of income to buy that stuff, which, unfortunately, only 52 weeks in the year and so, you know, obviously, there are a lot of other ways we've addressed that problem. There are a lot more programs of government support. Households of many cases now have two full time workers, which is a way to earn more money. But then you also have to keep in mind when you lose. If you have two full time workers, you've lost all the other things. You know, a parent could be doing toe help a family to work in a community on DSA. Oh, as we think about how well off are we? How broadly? Are we spreading prosperity? We can't just say the GDP numbers high. The inflation number is low. We have to actually look at at how the economy is experienced by Families. Yeah, I love that approach, and I don't think it's a good thing that the second parent has to get into the workforce. And it's a bad thing that it just mandates. They're involved. I think it should be optional. Someone wants that. But I also think that contributes to family and then societal decay. So your argument and you say here that conservatives need to shed free market orthodoxy. What do you mean by that? And why do you think that is necessary? Well, you know, it's really interesting to think about how we talk about free markets and what we assume about them because I said, I think three markets are wonderful, Wonderful. I think conservatives as defenders of free markets Play an incredibly important role in our politics. I think what's happened, unfortunately and you know, you mentioned someone like Hayek earlier is a great example. Hayek was a brilliant economist and made incredibly important arguments that help people understand how markets work and the many ways they work. Well. What happened over time, though, is I think people sort of lost the nuance and we lost track of the distinction between you know one of the things that markets Do and one of the things that markets don't.
"30 weeks" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"The first step Father proud if you make it to the water here part the clouds. I know he made you a snack like Oscar. Proud. Suffer. Richard be so now I gotta clean it up. Formalize the union and communion. He could trust me. I know I am leaving you like I know he ain't leaving us. I know we believe in God. And I know God position you, homie Homie Homie homie home. Um Feel so. Holy Holy! Holy! Holy hold! Oh God! Second That's like a backstop. You win. This feels like a second, homie, Homie, homie, homie feel so. Oh, it's Valentine's Morning, Molly. Good morning. You know what you gotta do is to go right ahead. Yeah, I'm Molly. I'm a dum dum. And, uh, from, like, fifth grade to probably about I would say stuff more year of high school. I I didn't know all the presidents and I believe that George Clooney was one of our president. Whoa! Huh? This same Clooney from E. R and the Batman with nipples on a suit? Yes, Yes. Why did you think George Clinton was president? E? Don't know. I think there was like, just I think I saw the name a lot, You know, like from movies and all or, you know, just median e. Don't know. I knew there was you know the bushes. George Bush is, but I think I just got the name. It's a George George Washington. George Bush. George Clooney. They all just kind of morphed together. George of the Jungle. Yes. Yes, They're all president of United States of America. That's interesting. Hey, you know what he might run for President One day. Who knows? Yeah. There you go. That's when you call back. You know what you do You call back Go in your face radio show. Exactly exactly. Molly. How you doing? You doing Well? Yeah, I'm good. I'm uh 30 weeks pregnant. You're hard. Congratulations, grads. Thank you. It's just pregnancy brain. Then you're forgiven. She was a sophomore in high school. Oh, I'm right. I know. Now I know now three. My America has a new choice for 24 7 News..
"30 weeks" Discussed on 790 KABC
"That if we see numbers increase The blueprint, which is now 30 weeks. Old allows for us to TA Go back. It's a dimmer switch on and off. Up down, and so we have the capacity not on whim, not on political considerations, but on the basis of Several surveillance transmission rates case positivity rates broadly defined within equity component to be able to move. In whatever direction is necessary to focus and resolve to finish this entire process within health frame first. I heard that this morning, I let out a string of expletives and I said to myself, we're getting shut down again. You are getting shut down again, and the comfortable conversation that nobody wants to have John. Nobody wants to have this conversation. Because when you take in everything, this conversation means then it gets hard to have We were told a year ago. That we had to social distance that we had to lock down that we had to wear masks. That's what we were told. That's what hungry expert told us. They have remade all of Western society based on the concept that if we social distance and we lock down that we wore masks. That would prevent the spread of coronavirus that would save lives. That was the truth that we were told that. Well, I'm sorry. Look, a Texas like you just mentioned Look at Florida. If lockdown and social distancing and mask wearing are are the thing that starts coronavirus? Why aren't people dying in droves and those two states and it gets to the point where you actually look at the numbers and find out they're not dying in those two states. What does that mean about every single step we've taken to prevent the spread of growing a box. We'll go back to those two weeks. We didn't shut down to quote prevent people from dying. We shut down to prevent the hospitals from being overrun. And then somewhere along the lines, they decided that we have to shut down if there are still active cases. The country of New Zealand. Shut down when I think it was two or three people tested positive for the virus and they shut everything down. Well, the virus isn't going anywhere. We're not going to get rid of the virus. We're not going to defeat the virus. It's not a war you can win. We can figure out a way to live with it, but that's the best we can do. If the metric is there can be zero cases or you're shut down. Then these shutdowns they're going to go into 2022. Oh, yeah. What happened was we were on a ship, and it went down in the middle of the night and we didn't have a compass. We didn't know which direction is short Woz. And so we started paddling away from the shore. 100% determined that we were heading towards the shore. And now any time there's a little blip, we just paddle harder and that direction hope totally unaware that it was always wrong from the beginning. It was always right, let of the things we did over save the hospitals from being overwhelmed. It didn't save lives. The truth is, this is a virus. Like you said. It's not. It doesn't have a shell flight. It's not going to die. When it gets too old. It's going to work its way to the entirety of our society, and when it's done, then it will be gone. It's gonna mutate. There will be various no matter what you do. We'll figure how to treat it. There's already a vaccine for the people so desire. It's working its way through society, though, and we're just going to decide we're gonna drive the suicide numbers and economic depression numbers through the roof. Into it's finally complete that The only thing I know for sure is the Dianne Feinstein's gonna outlive the virus. Uh, you know what you know, She's actually a great example her and Pelosi and all that. I know how much your people hate Pelosi. Pelosi's is the greatest example. That's why do people think all these politicians like Newsome and closing the rest of you have been caught violating their own restrictions, violating their own lockdown stuff? No Mass going out to eat. It's not because they're hypocrites. Yeah, they're hypocrites in the scumbags. We know that it's because they're not worried about Corona virus. They have all the information. They have all the numbers that if you're over on Communist, like a lot of these people are if you're truly worried about dying from Corona virus, you actually don't go out, but they go out. Why is that? I'm not worried about it. Well, And unlike most people in the state of California, they're also 900 years old there in that category, where you would theoretically be at risk. Well, of course we'll, of course, Nancy Pelosi. I mean, my goodness. She came into office. George Washington was sworn in and she's been there for ages. Like you said. She's picture perfect for being at risk. And yet Nancy Pelosi gets busted on camera in our personal salon. No mask on strolling around, talking and laughing. Yeah, because it made her look like a hypocrite. It didn't make you look like a hypocrite for me. I knew she was a hipster Get blown before that it made her look like somebody was completely unconcerned about Corona virus yet in you must be concerned. That's what these people are. You know, politicians here in California have taken a lot away from us. But today they gave us a gift. They introduced us to a new word, and we always want to add to our vocabulary. I want a place and sound for you of Los Angeles County Supervisor Holly Mitchell's She got vaccinated today. A lot of politicians in California got vaccinated in a press conference, so everyone knows that they have the shot. Listen to what she had to say. And I want to congratulate. I want to congratulate Secretary Richardson secretary like me. You got black sedated.
"30 weeks" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Is now 30 weeks old. Allows for us to toggle back. It's a dimmer switch on and off. Up down, and so we have the capacity not on whim, not on political Considerations but on the basis of Several surveillance transmission rates case positivity rates broadly defined within equity component to be able to move. In whatever direction is necessary to focus and resolve to finish this entire process within health frame first. Dr Kelly When I hear that I seem or shutdowns coming. Well, I agree with you, and it's really tragic down. I I agree. It's you know, dimmer switch meaning on off up down rolling lockdown because they continue. Unfortunately, to follow the wrong numbers. Case numbers themselves are absolutely meaningless. They have been from the beginning, and they actually become more meaningless if that's possible over time, because as new variants occur, and I've said this so many times that it there Repeated viruses mutate. All viruses mutate and as they do so, they do two things. They become weaker, less virulent, less severe capable of Causing less illness and death. And they frequently become quote Mork contagious. It's a survival mechanism for the virus. So although case numbers may go up, they become more and more meaningless because the disease itself becomes less severe. For a virus to mutate and become more severe would truly be reportable. It has never happened in my knowledge in the history of virology. It's just not what happens that happens inside Fi movies on in Friday, the 13th or something mutates and becomes, you know stronger. That doesn't happen in nature, not with viruses at least. So this growing concern and fearmongering and ongoing impending doom that people are predicting because of variance. I think it's unfounded. It isn't backed up by science. And in lust. They stopped following this false marker of number of cases. We're going to be on this roller coaster of lockdowns and mandates and for time in Memoriam You know, the state of California doesn't exist in a vacuum, weaken, turn and look at other states. We can look at other countries and we can jump to conclusions based on what the evidence and what the data is showing in the other states. Florida's numbers are about the same as ours, and they have a much older population because everyone who retires from the Northeast ends up in Florida. Yet they don't have the restrictive lockdowns that we have. They don't have rolling lockdowns or whatever it is that you want to call him and a curfew and all the other draconian measures that he took shutting the schools down for on campus instruction. And things haven't gone to hell in the state of Florida. I just don't know. I don't understand how you can. You can intellectually be honest and say if we don't do what we're doing, Everything is gonna go toe fall apart when we know that's not true, and we could look at other states to prove it. Yeah, And you know, calling it intellectually dishonest is being generous. Um, we've this has been the case from the very beginning. Not only we have other states toe look at around the country that are doing far better than California without leaving the smoldering crater, which was their economy, But we could look abroad. We knew this. For example, With regard to school closures last year, John there were dozens and dozens of countries that open Back up for in person learning back his early in May and June of last year, And it was a known fact proven by dozens of studies that Children were not vectors of this virus that Children simply weren't catching it. They weren't spreading it to adults whether those air teachers or other school workers are bringing it home to their parents. Despite that, we went on for almost another year in this country talking about Oh, we don't want the Children to spread it knowing full well that that's not what the data was evidencing in parts of the world that had reopened, And as you point out, we have places like Texas in South Dakota in Florida and a growing number of states. That help dismissed their mask mandates dismissed any limits on social gathering. And they are doing Justus well as places like California and New Jersey and New York, frankly, considerably better than those states. When I bring up the fact that the two worst states now currently in the country, when it comes to cases are New York and New Jersey. Those are states that certainly jumped headfirst into the lockdowns, and they've been very proud about that, and they haven't really done much backing down, certainly had having apologized for any of that. And I asked my friends who were at Ford all the lockdowns and support not reopening anytime soon. How do they explain that? They say, Well, it's population density. And if the answer is actually population density, and it may very well be, then the answer is the virus is gonna virus that if you live in a densely populated area, you're just gonna be it more risk than if you're not in a densely populated area. Thankfully, California is filled with suburban sprawl. So we're not in the same position as New York or New Jersey. If they're gonna blame New York and New Jersey's numbers on density than that means that we should have an easier time in California, and we should be able to open Absolutely. Here's the news Flash John your risk for lots of things other than covert 19. When you live in crowded conditions in cold areas with heavy use of public transportation, you're much higher risk for tuberculosis. If you ride the subway in New York City on a daily basis, then you are if you commute via car or bicycle in Los Angeles. On. That's just the reality off housing and population density. This doesn't pertain just a cove it what really irks me about this entire pandemic response is we are acting as if we haven't known needs facts about every other communicable disease. Same thing's true of influenza and measles and everything else is so The way that infectious diseases spread. Yes, when you are living on top of each other in colder climates where people are crowded indoors and on public transportation. Yes, Things will spread more quickly, but you cannot respond to a pandemic. Acting is if all towns, cities and regions are created equally, nor should you act as if all individuals are the same. We know who the risk populations Are and it isn't. Fortunately for us the vast vast majority of people including most people, by far under the age of 60, or 65 people without a pre existing health conditions. Yesterday, we talked about the Johnson and Johnson vaccine being very hard to get. People prefer the Johnson and Johnson vaccine to Visor and Madonna. Well, that may not be the case anymore is there was a massive recall of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. So if you're waiting in line to get that one, it may take a little while longer. What do you make of that recall? You know what's interesting because they have not released. What ingredient it Woz that was fouled in this in this batch. It was quite a number of somewhere between 15 and 17. Million doses of the J and J vaccine were were wasted, meaning they were thrown out were not released to the public. Because they found an issue with quote quality control in one of the exit peons in the drug and accept Ian is sort of an inactive ingredients. The active ingredient in the vaccine is the re confident virus with the DNI A in it in the case of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine, But then there's a whole list of.
"30 weeks" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Tony Jackson, also known as Mama And these are my Children, Skye alert and Graydon and we're part of the group called Mama Sprinklers and here to talk about our dignity or firelight bars. Firelight Burns is a chuck wagon style dinner theater where patrons come and they're seated at these great old would finish tables. And then if we serve barbecue, mouthwatering, delicious, hasty barbecue to the tables and then after they're served their dessert than we The server's jump up on stage, and we then become the entertainers. So it zen experience that starts from the moment they pull up to the building and that big red bar and come through the doors and the whole Western atmosphere. We're sitting here in front of our indoor firelight barn and livery stable and we have the old Wild West town here that has the saloon and the bed. Breakfast place. We have a general market style and everything. So it's a lot of fun. Well, usually we perform every weekend on either Friday or Saturday night and the show look way open doors at 5 30 Weeks. Serve our food at 6 36 6 or 6 30. Then the show starts at seven. Well, so all of us actually have been doing music or all of our lives. Our mom Almost actually a piano teacher for a lot of years, And so as we were born, we just kind of grew up with music around this all of the time. And so we're actually all units as well as a very different instruments. And so it just added this. We went along. Got picked up more and more instruments, but it's been a lifelong journey for sure. I normally play guitar on by Lin. Um, in the shows, but everyone's help pick up something else to do the drums or the keyboard. Whatever we need, But normally my sisters of the more talented ones I'm really just a good look. I play the drums, the piano, the violin and the mandolin, and I just picked up the harmonica on Ben. Yeah, those of the instruments that I play, but she's also our yodeler and forget that and she's our lead dancer. So scholars of pretty talented definitely grating is my dancing partner. Can't get back. The type of dance we do is clogging, so it's like tap dancing, but it's a little more guy like lift your legs up higher. It's a little more western. Yeah, when I was a child as well. My mother taught piano lessons. And so I grew up with a lot of music as well. My father played the guitar and I remember growing up with music. It was just part of our family. Part of our daily routine is there was just a lot of music now. Our family we didn't When I was growing up. We weren't Professional entertainers by any.
"30 weeks" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Tony Jackson, also known as Mama And these are my Children, Skye alert and Graydon and we're part of the group called Mama Sprinklers. And here to talk about our dignity or fire life are firelight Burns is a chuck wagon style dinner theater where patrons come and they're seated at these great old would finish tables. And then if we served barbecue, mouthwatering, delicious, tasty barbecue to the tables, and then after they're served their dessert than we Servers jump up on stage and we then become entertainers. So it Zen experience that starts from the moment they pull up to the building and that big red bar and come through the doors and the whole Western atmosphere. We're sitting here in front of our indoor twilight barn and livery stable and we have the old Wild West town here that has the saloon and the bed breakfast. Place. We have a general market style and everything. So it's a lot of fun. Well, usually we perform every weekend on either Friday or Saturday night, and the show will weigh open doors at 5 30 weeks. Serve our food at 6 36 6 or 6 30, then the show starts at seven. Well, so all of us actually have been doing music for all of our lives. Our mom was actually a piano teacher for a lot of years, And so as we were born, we just kind of grew up with music around this all of the time. And so we're actually all units as well as different instruments. And so it just added this. We went along. Got picked up more and more instruments, but it's been a lifelong journey for sure. I normally play guitar on by Lin. Um, in the shows, but everyone's now I'll pick up something else to do the drums or the keyboard. Whatever we need, But normally my sisters of the more talented ones I'm really just a good look. Uh, I play the drums, the piano, the violin and the mandolin. And I just picked up the harmonica on then Yeah, those of the instruments that I play, but she's also our yodeler and forget back and she's our lead dancer. So scholars pretty talented. Definitely grating is my dancing partner. Let's get that. The type of dance we do is clogging, so it's like tap dancing, but it's a little more guy like lift your legs up higher. It's a little more western. Yeah, when I was a child as well. My mother taught piano lessons. And so I grew up with a lot of music as well. My father played the guitar and I remember growing up with music. It was just part of our family. Part of our daily routine is there was just a lot of music now. Our family we didn't When I was growing up. We weren't Professional entertainers by any.
"30 weeks" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Light Burn is a chuck Wagon style dinner theater, where Patrons come and they're seated at these great old would finish tables. And then if we serve barbecue about watering, delicious, hasty barbecue to the tables, and then after they're served their dessert than we The server's jump up on stage, and we then become the entertainers. So it zen experience that starts from the mother Things pull up to the building and that big red bar and come through the doors and the whole Western atmosphere. We're sitting here in front of our indoor twilight bark and livery stable and we have the old Wild West town here that has the saloon and Betty. Breakfast place. We have a general market style and everything. So it's a lot of fun. Well, usually we perform every weekend on either Friday or Saturday night, and the show will weigh open doors at 5 30 weeks. Serve our food at 6 36 6 or 6 30, then the show starts at seven. Well, so all of us actually have been doing music for all of our lives. Our mom was actually a piano teacher for a lot of years, And so as we were born, we just kind of grew up with music around this all of the time. So we're actually all units as well as a very different Lucien. It's and so it just How did this even long pick up more and more instruments, But it's been a lifelong journey for sure. I normally play guitar on violin, um, doing the shows, but everyone's help pick up something else to do the drums or the keyboard. I'm whatever we need. But normally my sisters were the more talented ones. I'm really just a good looking. I play the drums, the piano, the violin and the mandolin. And I just picked up the harmonica on then Yeah, those of the instruments that I play, but she's also our yodeler and forget back and she's our lead dancer. So scholars pretty talented. Definitely great. It is my dance. In partner. Let's get back to the type of dance we do is clogging, so it's like tap dancing. But it's a little more guy like lift your legs up higher. It's little more western. Yeah, when I was a child as well. My mother taught piano lessons. And so I grew up with a lot of music as well. My father played the guitar and I remember growing up with music. It was just part of our family part of our Daily routine is there was just a lot of music now our family we didn't When I was.
"30 weeks" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Group called Mama Sprinklers. And here to talk about our dinner, the or firelight bars Firelight Burns is a chuck wagon style dinner theater where patrons come and they're seated at these great old would finish tables. And then if we serve barbecue, mouthwatering, delicious, hasty barbecue to the tables and then after they're served their dessert than we Servers jump up on stage and we then become the entertainers. So it zen experience that starts from the moment they pull up to the building and that big red far and come through the doors and the whole western atmosphere. We're sitting here in front of our endured firelight barn and livery stable and we have the old Wild West town here that has the saloon bed breakfast. Place. We have a general market Kyle and everything. So it's a lot of fun. Well, usually we perform every weekend on either Friday or Saturday night, and the show will weigh open doors at 5 30 Weeks. Serve our food at 6 36 6 or 6 30. Then the show starts at seven. Well, so all of us actually have been doing music for all of our lives. Our mom was actually a piano teacher. For a lot of years, And so as we were born, we just kind of grew up with music around this all of the time. And so we're actually all units as well as the different instruments. And so it just added this. We went along, pick up more and more instruments, but it's been a lifelong journey for sure. E normally play guitar on by Lin, Um, in the shows, but everyone's help pick up something else to do the drums keyboard. Whatever we need, But normally my sisters even more talented ones. I'm really just a good looking. I play the drums, the piano, the violin and the mandolin. And I just picked up the harmonica on then Yeah, those of the instruments that I play, but she's also our yodeler and forget back and she's our lead dancer, so scholars pretty talented player. Grading is my dancing partner can't get that the type of dance we do is clogging, so it's like tap dancing, but it's a little more guy like lift your legs up higher. It's a little more western. Yeah, when I was a child as well. My mother taught piano lessons. And so I grew up with a lot of music as well. My father played the guitar and I remember growing up with music. It was just part of our family. Part of our daily routine is there was just a lot of music now. Our family we didn't When I was growing up. We weren't Professional entertainers.
"30 weeks" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Man with that gun shot and killed two people. He was fatally shot by bystanders. Tyrone Russell was in a concealed carry class. When it happened by general was resident. I was just hoping to pull these guy here fast they got here fast possible, so I think God. Two additional victims were hospitalized. A new report claims three nations have cut a deal involving covert vaccinations and a captive that deal, according to Israeli media reports involved Israel paying Russia $1.2 million to provide this Syrian government with Corona virus vaccines to secure the release of an Israeli woman held captive in Damascus. That report angering some in Israel who see Syria as an enemy nation hosting Iranian forces, while Israel refuses to provide significant quantities of vaccines to Palestinians in the West Bank. In Gaza Strip. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu denying that any Israeli vaccine was involved in the deal, leading to speculation that the money paid for doses off the Russian Sputnik five vaccine. Syria is denying any such deal. Paul Stevens Fox News This is his continue to be divided over covert restrictions. But even more so in the Tennessee and Virginia border city of Bristowe, restaurants and bars on the Virginia side have stricter restrictions. And those across the way in Tennessee Quakers Steak and Lube franchise owner JJ Guillen. Water 30 weeks all of our guests that were wrapping it up, and we've literally watched them within the next 15 minutes out the front door through a crosswalk. 40 ft away when they go keep her own fucking bars and restaurants on the Virginia side of the border. Have to stop serving alcohol by 10 P.m.. Well,.
"30 weeks" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
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"30 weeks" Discussed on Power 106 FM
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"30 weeks" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"A captain in the U. S. Army serving and Fort Wainwright, Alaska. I'm a logistician. I have been here for about three years. And you keep Yes, before brag very, very soon, But it's been fun up there in Alaska. I'm a kind of well, Simon first lieutenant in the Army. Also serving up your import winner. The last to I'm a logistician as well. I've been here since about 2018 pretty soon here. I will be testing on the army on being a saving mom. When we found out that we were having twins. We were both just thrilled and so excited, but also incredibly nervous. Twins don't run in either of our side of the family and We got to about the 30 Week Mark, and we kind of went into labor. Fairbanks does not have Nick. You facilities like Anchorage does there only able to handle really 34 weeks forward on even as someone pushing it for high risk cases s O Once it was identified that the babies were on the way, way found out. We're going to Anchorage and met her flying of being better back and I am not making the 6.5 hour drive as soon as I got down there and realized that We're gonna be in the hospital for a while. I realized we need to find somewhere to stay so immediately reached out to the Fisher house, which I had heard about through friends up here in Fairbanks from team art of you Be thank God that had space and that they were allowed to take us. This was during the cove it pandemic. Everything was still closed, and we weren't sure if they would be allowed to accept.
"30 weeks" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Off again. Remote school It changes week by week, according to infection rates in our county, I have to be here. He's not really old enough for me to, you know, go anywhere. One time while he was in class. She left to run a quick errand down the street. I come home, and it's like, he said in front of the TV with his computer right of them like no. Smith's husband works full time outside the home, so she's in charge of school time. Our marketplace, Addison Research poll found a stark gender disparity in who's primarily responsible for supervising remote learning. 63% of mothers said they were compared with just 28% of father's thes. Disparities have kind of already been there, but they're really getting exaggerated by how the pandemic has kind of taken away. A lot of the scaffolding that makes working families tick. Darby Saxby directs the center for the changing family at USC, she says before the pandemic, women in heterosexual dual income households were already doing Mohr Household labor, despite the fact that Dad's have tripled the amount of time they spent taking care of kids over the last 50 years. Now, with childcare hard to find an extracurriculars cancelled its mothers who are mostly picking up the slack. You know, women are generally socialized to kind of be more the managers of of their kids development and education. In our poll, roughly equal shares of men and women did say they had made career sacrifices to care for family during the pandemic. Or had cut hours at work to deal with remote school like vain. Young in Philadelphia, who's juggling his it job with studying for his B A and helping his five kids at home. It's definitely taken away from you. Anything else that I would have otherwise done, and that time otherwise would be consumed either with my career or my own education, Dan Karlsson at the University of Utah has found. While Mom's are more likely to be in charge of remote schooling, dads have stepped up to take a more equal share of routine housework and child care during the pandemic. If men hadn't stepped up the way they did, it would have been even worse, so it was not enough to stem the tide. You know, it's like a finger in the dam. The latest jobs report from the federal government found more than 800,000 women had dropped out of the labor Force four times more than men. I'm Megan McCarty, Carino for Marketplace. On Wall Street today against the deal is, traders are OK with no relief bill or Maybe they're just looking past the election. Don't know we'll have the details when we do the numbers. It's 30 weeks in a row. Now, 30 weeks that more than 800,000 people have made fresh claims for unemployment benefits or Maybe a clearer way to say that is that every week for 7.5 months in this economy more than 800,000 people have lost their jobs. That was the number out this morning. For most of those people, they've lost their health insurance as well since March, According to one study. Almost eight million people have lost jobs that provided coverage for them and their families. So we sent marketplaces into Euler looking at the risks that that presents during a pandemic. That data on exactly how many people have lost their employer sponsored health insurance is just an estimate. But Karen Pollitz that the Kaiser Family Foundation says we know because there's so much job loss and so much income loss that there are people who are certainly at risk for losing their coverage. If they haven't actually lost it already. But if that's your situation, there are some other options, depending on where you live..