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"aberdeen" Discussed on The Celtic Exchange Podcast
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"aberdeen" Discussed on The Celtic Exchange Podcast
"Saw that you can go the of bob you should score aberdeen deadly in the opening. Exchanges on started to find a we of australia. A few parties together from twenty minutes almost created a couple of chances and there was a few concealments in celtic defense as they cuddled one from the hand say but it was elected. Swing close on your mind. Ramirez was pause evita's away sailor was apparently but the beggar can see for me was he was very close to the end up will. It shouldn't become into account by contributing to that and be guided. It should be alarmed. So yeah that was slightly concerned. And what would see that. Point out. You know come as the area by bobby madden makeup any movie hud with really really cheap foes all over the patch and exemplified the to sail to give away twenty seven to aberdeen tin. Which is just ridiculous. Any contact nibble condone and any kind of contact we had from bodine was ofo. So that's coming up again you meet to be exceptional to overcome referee's not that's just not the week that's going to impact at some point in the same advocate as you're as not several abc. We lost on through today when they gave them. Which is today. Celtic lebron's so david. Tom boo tom absolutely nothing. No i'm buying in local sail and b. he would suggest in tombo was getting the l. account as of your thurs process verlaine. But you kind of get beautiful. So i just couldn't understand the logic and that one beat unpacked public in fact clumsy wanted to be fair and then your top one percents. Maybe assessed nobody can sell aberdeen. Space from janis. Pathetically one on kyogo. What the younger eight bark leaves a market on kyogo and then a good for rest of the game has it has been folks are strange bunch of funds really thrown at georgia. And he's gone stuff. Just liquid is a good occasion. It was a good tussle and we came out and etiquette to go away and it could have been a draw..
"aberdeen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"She's Aberdeen Standard Investments, deputy head of ASI Research. 70 Great to have you back with us. How much are we responding in the United States and for that matter in Europe as well to the really at least concerns about Covid, So I think what's really interesting is things have really shifted as a result of that Delta variant right beforehand. And there was real hope so I think that Three vaccination economies could achieve herd immunity. It's pretty clear now because of Delta on how infectious it is right, but that's not going to be achievable. So instead it seems like policymakers, particularly in the U. S. Also in the UK parts of Europe have moved away from the idea of herd immunity towards this virus being endemic, and we just have to live with it. The reality is that over the medium term, I think that that's that's likely to be the case. But that doesn't mean that in the next couple of months, we might not get some rights when it comes to spikes. When you know kids go back to school, and when people are back in the office is that's gonna be part of life now and it's It's an interesting and difficult transition. I think for everyone but hopefully supportive to the economic recovery in the medium term, and how our experts like you, Stephanie taking this new account in terms of what it might do to growth we had Goldman Sachs, United States. This week, come out and take down somewhat by 3/10 of a percent of GDP growth numbers for this this year. Is that something you anticipate the United States and by the way, what's going on in Europe are people starting to really take down the restaurants of growth there as well? So it's a really mixed picture, and I guess it depends as well on when you were last looking at this for US. Vaccine forecasting has been built into the way that we forecast the economy. And it is something that has a significant implications, particularly look at the U. S. One of the challenges you've got. If you're talking about the U. S, as a whole is that actually vaccine coverage is so different, depending on what state you're looking at the building that up. It's really quite a challenging one. But there's no question that it has become a more challenging environment. But still quite a positive one right? I mean a lot of the provisions. I still revisions to very large numbers to slightly less large numbers, which I think overall remains at a very Positive story. I think the bigger question is where the divergences are, and in particular the challenges that emerging markets are likely to face where they don't have vaccine coverage right where they don't have that fail safe against hospitalization and death. That's going to be much more challenging. I think one of the concerns is you know here in United States has been the possibly of inflation, particularly with all the monetary and fiscal stimulus that we've had, and there's thoughts that we would see some tapering from the From the Fed. Certainly, by the end of this year. We've got the coming out tomorrow over in Europe. Is there a divergence between the Fed and the baby in terms of what they think they need to do and in terms of monetary stimulus? I think that there's the kind of stands apart from a lot of central banks in terms of being relatively dovish. Now, some of the comments last week from Tutankhamen's Philip Lane and some other members of the have put people off a little bit. I think in terms of They've signaled that it seems likely that they'll announce a plan to kind of run down the pet program. But it's important to bear in mind. Even without the PAP. You still have to purchase program in place, and we don't see rates moving up in the in Europe for quite a long time for the Fed. It's pretty clear that tapering, you know, we've been talking about talking about tapering for a while, and I think that's one of the market is naturally just going to focus on as we move through the next phase. Stephanie take a little bit longer view on what's going on. Even beyond Covid. One of the big developments in Europe is the race to be chancellor here, and the election that's coming up with Angela Merkel's coalition seems to be stumbling a little bit. How do you plan that race and what effect might that have on the economy of Germany and more broadly in Europe? So this is actually in some ways a really unusual election in Germany because it's Merkel's the first election in quite some time that Merkel is not running. She's no longer to be leading her her CDU coalition. And so what That means is it open the race wide open it now looks like We're going to end up with at least three party coalition that seems like unless Poland shift significantly the next few weeks. We're going to end up in that situation, which creates a lot of long drawn night four and negotiations and a lot of uncertainty about coalition what the coalition looks like. And, crucially what policy look like. Because it seems certain that in pretty much any calculation, the greens will be in coalition and probably the right wing FTP right. And you don't really associate a Green party pushing for green spending, potentially funded by tax hikes with a kind of a liberal, right wing SDP party that's saying no tax hikes, you know, reinstate the death rate. I think what we'll end up with is something relatively moderate for investors. I think maybe a more interesting long term question is firstly. How significant just climate policy change in Germany in the coming months, particularly as cop 26 approaches. But crucially, who replaces Angela Merkel as that key figure that investors look to for signals about the outlook for Europe in the long term, and I think that's very much still for debate. So finally and briefly, Stephanie. What about that spending on the climate projects because we heard an awful lot about that from Christine Lagarde and others. Is that really coming to fruition? Is there a lot of spending going on fiscal stimulus in the form of green spending since a really good question? I think this is where the country by country analysis is yet to really fully play out in terms of how much each country is taking and utilizing. There's no question that Europe has been a relative leader in the climate space. But that's not to say that they're in line to hit that zero, for example, which is something investors talked about a lot. Actually, we've got a climate policy index that says even the best European countries when it comes to this kind of climate policy. You know, the Sweden's of the world still aren't fully aligned to next zero, and I think that's something that's going to become even more important for investors to bear in mind as we go towards that November cough and you have Policymakers across the world making big promises. The crucial question is do they follow through with actual policy at the national level? That's Stephanie Kelly, deputy head of the S I Research institute at Aberdeen Standard Coming up, Yes, G is all the.
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Washington BLM Alliance files ethics complaints against lawmakers
"And South kits, APP. Three Republican state lawmakers face ethics complaints from black lives matter Almost Kelly Blier reports Washington's Black Lives matter alliance filed the complaint against the Republican lawmakers with the state legislative ethics Board. Claim their questioning of black people and people of color during recent public hearings was offensive. The Seattle Times reports. The BLM alliance says representatives Brad Clippard of Kennewick, Jenny Gramma, Spokane and Jim Walsh of Aberdeen made inappropriate comments when people of color were testifying about police accountability legislation in Olympia last month. They say the Republican lawmakers behavior violates the legislative code of conduct that expects lawmakers to treat people with respect and civility. Though many ethics complaints are filed, few result in action, the board has to investigate the
Seattle Weather: Wet with showers diminishing over-night
"Center of wet weather today with Chance of rain in the morning turning to showers in the afternoon. The high temperature expected about 45 degrees overnight. The showers start diminishing and that will lead us into a partly sunny day tomorrow with a high temperature about 48 degrees Thursday and Friday. Also feature a slight chance of a few showers really went this morning, especially in the Aberdeen and Hooke William areas. Olympia getting some light rain and we're getting a little light rain in the Seattle area right now. 46
‘Staffing challenges’ for hospitals in Seattle and around the country
"And that Shannon we're we're no tropical seeing. seeing. storms It's It's here. far far But that's higher higher 65 than than we we saw saw mile in in the the an spring spring hour wind and and something that that we we the neighbors could could have have to ourselves multiple multiple could possibly areas areas feel that that are are overwhelmed overwhelmed you got at at it. once. once. I was thinking the same Developing Developing thing. When tonight. tonight. I heard Health Health that workers workers figure pressed Sounding Sounding him. the the We're still alarm, alarm, looking local local at hospitals hospitals that storm coming are are starting starting in for to to face face Friday. staffing staffing The 13th. shortages shortages It's and and gotten gotten challenges challenges a a a lot lot lot of of of play play play this this this as as week week week Corona Corona on on on social social social virus virus cases cases media. media. media. serves. serves. 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Not it is something just the big Cannot round be ruled of snow out. there over the Cascade passes yesterday, As the battle against but a this pandemic was the way rages that you on. look this Doctors, morning over the nurses Snoqualmie and Valley. hospital staffers So have Northwest found themselves view if you ever in saw the trenches. when this one sent in In from some Irwin states. with They're that big becoming herd of overwhelmed. elk out there enjoying And here in Washington the pasture state and of course, uneasiness the dusting of snow is up setting above in on beautiful mouth Dr side. Chris Spitters This with is Snohomish a view over downtown. Health. It's cloudy. We are I deeply know it's hard to concerned see what's going going about on. on. on. 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As Tanzania Votes, Many See Democracy Itself on the Ballot
"Tons Anita went to the polls yesterday to vote in an election overshadowed by opposition complaints of irregularities such as ballot box, stuffing President John Maga. Fully who is accused of stifling democracy seeks a second term in office alongside fourteen other candidates talk to Dan. Padgett is electoral politics at the university. Of Aberdeen, he specializes in political communication through mass rallies and populist and nationalist ideologies in Tanzania and joins me on the line. Now Don Tanzania's long been thought of in the West is a a haven of stability within east Africa but I mean this isn't necessarily the case and I. I wonder if you could sketch out the political dynamic there, the ruling party's been in power since nineteen sixty one. Yes that's right. It's is the longest ruling party in sub. Saharan Africa. The political dynamic in Tanzania has been one of the ruling Kanzi, CCM's decline over the last fifteen years. Reaching a low point in two thousand fifteen where it where the margin of victory was. The fittest is ever been. Since then President Michel, Foodie, it came to kyle and that's election has led Tanzania. Very shot an increasingly extreme offered Harry. Intern. And we weren't sure how just how? Radical that authoritarian agenda would be and the election this we're just getting results from now suggests that it is as bad as any of us feared as so the opposition allegations of vote rigging, etc do stand up. Well. So. Of course, normally I would turn to international election observers. Attorney to arbitrate these claims to decide which to give credence in which not to give credence. Unfortunately, we can't almost no international election observers. Were invited and those that were invited were. Invited at our so Given that and given the advantage of the opportunity that this creates the ruling party the elections it's hard not to give at least prima facie credence to these opposition claims especially given the the wide range of anecdote to. Video and photographic evidence that I've seen an which which I've been collecting these last twenty four hours, and of course, zipping a social media crackdown various restrictions on the press. Has Been, a crackdown all over and and for the last five years. So in many ways, the the rigging receipt which we've been seeing apparently seeing of the next twenty four hours. Is. Really just the icing on the authoritarian cake. There's extreme. Media Censorship rallies have been banned and consider route the rally. The most important means of communication tends to emotional time about seventy percent of people attend local meetings on a regular basis and attend election campaign rallies they were they were abandoned twenty sixteen and indeed the opposition at large have. Hottest. Struggle underneath. Almost constance. Of States and extra state harassment in includes trumped up court cases but also extrajudicial. So extra state attacks. Unknown assailants that have arrested some abductors killed. And in fact, one of the main challenges has recently returned to the country after recovering from gunshot wounds. That's right. So tenderly series is. Presidential. Candidate is the largest opposition party in Tanzania. and. So that's Experience of being of surviving attempted assassination attempt has has given. US already in very impressive political figure a sort of a sparkle. Some people referred to him as a living miracle. But of course, we don't know the results. Yes. But we all seeing violence particularly in Zanzibar. Zanzibar the autonomous. ARCHEPELAGO's Zanzibar, which is a federally devote area of 'em. Into UK. Has has often seen electoral violence. We saw it in ninety five and two, thousand and thirteen, thousand, five and twenty fifteen and actions by varying degrees. So in in some ways, this is a return to form It's not. The recurrence of violence is is. Seems to be because the opposition has probably one in sensabaugh almost every time. But they've never officially one out one means or another has always been used to not in the that's the that's the the scholarly consensus on. Politics what's different? This time I think is that there's violence on the mainland as well. So this is no longer an issue of contained physical violence in Zanzibar. There have been a series of incidents including. What appears to be an attempt to a to attack the chairman of the leading opposition party on the eve of the elections. So that's one difference the other is considered. No money there is. A. Sporadic protests violence and in return state brutality, police army heavy-handedness in putting down those protests that the protests have often been. Constrained and sporadic because they have not been condoned led. By, by the leaders of the opposition there, there are indications that this could be different this time one of the reasons for that is. The, the rhetoric is different. The leader of the opposition in Zanzibar say amount has been say had has been saying that in the past he's held his supporters back. He's been of restraint, and at this time he he won't urge restraint to newly sue has said that he will. Bring people out onto the streets and consider the state of the opposition behind because it seems like this might be the last stand in a sense that vikings they can make, and so they they don't have that say incentive to hold back this time and say the keep up how to drive the next time. Just finally before we go, do you think that this is part of something that we're seeing across parts of Africa there is a younger demographic. They were all born after independence that not prepared to accept authoritarian rule the just coming to the age where they are protesting we're seeing it in Nigeria within saws and in various other places could this be the the Africans spring. My sense is if there is African spring to come, it will come off and an Wiki will extend. Mexico an authoritarian winter. The trend on that strikes me is that a number of leaders are emerging in an intense Aena in Zambia. In other parts of the consonant, which bear a striking resemblance to this sort of authoritarian. Developmental. Nationalists of is so The there's a young population I are angry. But in fact, I think the trend seems to go the other way. And results. When can we expect those? So the first also are already dripping in and they show. That a series of opposition strongholds, there's places that you would never expect or or at least likely. To expect to go to a to the ruling party are being won by then by margins of three to one, which suggests that the the the rigging. Being worried about maybe taking place typically a Tanzanian election result takes three or four days that was related end and announced especially with the presidential elections but. So far. This is actually has been crisis already.
As Second Wave of Virus Builds, U.K. Enters New Testing Crisis
"It's imperative that people who fear they have covered symptoms are able to be checked as quickly as possible. In the absence of a vaccine. That's the only effective way to stop infections spreading the prime minister says that schools shouldn't send whole classes or people bubbles home and said child has had a positive test but tower enough come this work. If there's nowhere for them to be tested, it's a shambles. The principal cause of this mess is, of course, organizational and administrative failure by the government on those tasked with delivering the system. But what's not helping either is the lack of clear consistent messaging from ministers. The prospect of a second national lockdown, which must be avoided if possible was being quashed today by ministers but if London and the country as a whole is to overcome the current spike and infections. Prevent further restrictions the government from the prime minister down must end the testing chaos and get a grip of its message to. A reporter Rachel Buffet spent the last couple of days researching this and she's with me now, Rachel. You tried them all every borough in the city. What happened say yesterday we spent about five hours. Trying to book a test everywhere in London. Using, residential postcard for each. And there was none available anywhere. We went. He'd be redirected yesterday to tests outside of London. It was simply not debatable check back later. Still. Not Test available. At again, this morning as well. Yeah. Again, this morning that was. Sort of eighteen available for a walk in center in Kensington. But again, when we tried to book that that was it the slots for booking she came up and this really is just exposing how difficult this crisis is particularly as we have a situation where you know the prime minister has said. CHILDREN SHOULDN'T! Be! Taken off out school Unless their entire bubble is a task but now parents get a test you spoke to apparent in to what kind of trouble will they heaven? Yes. But I quasi parents A couple of in story know they had to go huge round trip is three hours to EPSOM. Paradise boats you had today at just to get a test and they were you know saying alarms midnight waking up refreshing the government page days. Together, test others we spoke to would actually just. Pay For private tests which cost over one hundred pounds just so they can get their kids but to school and they don't have to sell vice sleep two weeks and I think the thing is as well. You know kids especially young kids they get a little time and you know the constantly got colds and coughs and things like that So love tests you know people have that tested negative, but they can't risk it and they have stated time of work on. which has a huge impact on incomes well, for low people this just it's just a huge disparity across the UK as well. So you know we try to protests in Scotland putting in Scottish codes on his ones available immediately go get one in half an hour until of Aberdeen Dundee. That's all fine. But trying to get one in London is just impossible and is there anything being done about it? I hear them might be a new rationing system in place yes and that`ll Be Announced today that there's going to be rationing system where he workers teaches HSA workers camera because. They will get priority protests which can only be a good thing but. There are so many key wikus, huge amounts, people, h HFS and teaching schools, and there are so many patients covid while Kiwi status the the still going to be a huge number of people needing tests all the time. especially. Love Them. We'll have children who come home be on Ben their whole house openly tests. I mean, hopefully it will help but. Donate. So what was the health saying about? All this Donald tells the saying you know they're adding tests all the time they go team hundred, thousand tests day. But when he speak to actual people. There's no one I spoke to. The said Yep was able to just go and get a test. It was so easy in the last two weeks I mean full children stopped back at school. Yes. It was easy to get test but now the children's died back at school it's just very, very difficult especially in the
"aberdeen" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"No long term contracts, indeed, will even give you a $75 credit for your first job post at indeed dot com slash high impact terms and conditions apply. Raina. Aberdeen has 69 Degrees server to Park 71 Don topple over Right now It is 73 degrees, and you are now up to date on the morning Drive with Casey and Elliot. This's bodycam footage shows that officer shot in the chest by a suspect. The latest something to Chicago police officers are police officers now shots at the top and bottom of the hour suspect it was an opportunity to suspect what he got checking 234 times. Stick to the mayors of the cities have let their citizens talk about Portland again. They continue to refuse. Any type of federal assistance is talk Radio City W. Gm. 7 35 25 before the arbiter clock. So Avery explosive Baltimore Private School is the park school Park was founded. By Jewish people hold back of about 1912 or so because they couldn't get in other private schools because many separatism Until they started their own school. Andi is historically a Jewish school. And they now have been. They've been sent a letter by BLM Black lives matter. On the black lives. It's called black at Park organizing collective. And they said they've examined Park's history. It's exception. It's exclusions its culture of whiteness. And wealth hoarding. There's an anti Semitic His tolerance of Zionism another one and it's parasitic relationship. Baltimore City. The collective claims. That the recent A distant alumni accused the school promoting anti blackness anti black violence. They want radical changes in the school's curriculum, admissions and hiring. The school they claim was home to a white supremacist structures and environments of learning, teaching and community making. And park has established the culture of anti blackness as normal and permissible. This administration, they wrote, must atone for the deep and painful anti black violence are black peers have experienced And they say that again when you look at this, this collective Park administrators have declined to address their use of any Semitic language, but officials told the Washington Free Beacon US we could find the story. The school's working with the group to implement a series of reforms. Including changes to quote diversity equity and two inclusion. Initiatives. Ends of quote, so park school Seems to have if they're agreeing to these reforms buckled to the demands of BLM, which now stands for blacks Love Marxism Because there they were founded by Marxist organized by Marxists. Park is very, very liberal is a good school. Very, very liberal. The teachers are liberal. The students come out of there. Most of them are very, very.
Scottish leader says injuries reported after train derails
"Police and paramedics are responding to a train derailment in northeast Scotland with smoke could be seen rising from the site the British transport police force say officers were called to the railway line you Stonehaven about one hundred miles northeast of Edinburgh and soon ambiances including an error ambulance and fire engines were at the scene first minister Nicola sturgeon has told British lawmakers initial reports suggest they've been serious injuries a local lawmaker says one hospital in nearby Aberdeen has declared a major incident C. restraint accidents already in Britain the country's lost fatal derailment within twenty oh seven I'm Charles de Ledesma
"aberdeen" Discussed on KTRH
"Radius staple right here. Good morning, everyone. Welcome back. I'm Randy Lemon. Just one last little segment. I got calamari here will bring in my very end of the program today from about 9 40 on and say goodbye to him, even though he'll be here tomorrow. Just I came to the studio today because I got a little gift. I want to give him a Z walks out the door and we'll see whether he wants to actually try it or not. Yeah, he just didn't know what it is. Yeah. What's the Esso Aberdeen, Scotland, only 200,000 ish. Well, it's a burning in that the name What was the name of the lady in Ah Hunger games. Katniss is at Aberdeen ever Dio sound like a burning. I don't watch it as much as the kids do this. It's the Katniss Aberdeen Granite City. It's very gray all the granite there, so they harvest granite and send it around the world. Yeah, it's pretty, though, When the sun does come out, it has that sparkle to it. But most of the time, there's no sun. Alright, what's that? What is an Aberdeen role? Leading role just like a buttery. Okay, what says what is averaging known for averting rolls. A buttery Roey will every time I come back from there, I'll bring them in my suitcase and freeze them, but they go. It's essentially like a smushed Chris on TTE, but with even more layers and even more fat 1000 hood, and they used to make them for the sailors back in the day because they would preserve For so long at sea. They would they wouldn't go mouldy. Right. So must have Taste. I found out just a couple of weekends ago that Because of Scotland and so smoked salmon is a staple over there that you and I love like smoked salmon on bagels with cream cheese on eggs Benedict that kind of stuff. Once I started I was probably about your age has tried 22 23 years old when I got introduced toe smoked salmon for breakfast Oye by a Jewish friend of mine, OK, and who's you know, got New York ties. So that's where that came from. Now, if I see smoke salmon on anything from eggs Benedict to just playing on a bagel with cream cheese and capers and lemons and onions. I'm all over it. And I had that you were in met Michigan a couple weeks ago like that, so any other like staple foods that Aberdeen are especially Scotland is known from that we haven't thought about talked about, but Aries a macaroni pie. It's just a pie. What is that pie? No, that's that's different. It's like a pork beef pie. What a pies over there. It's so easy to make Lauren sausage sausages this square. You know, sausage is made out of Not the best cut, but it's good tablet tablet is just sugar, just butter and sugar. And it was wonderful in that caramel or caramel here. Ah, a little different. Dundee marmalade and rolling jelly. Okay, Rohan Jelly sounds interesting to me. Because it's made from Berries. You go native to Scotland. I Amber's couldn't have that iron brew to drink. It's not on this website, so I can't go out on the world and then last finale, Sheepshead broth. I haven't had that. Really? No, I don't know if I would either. Still like that. I have burning Roey thatjust rally. I would like a rally. So next time I go. I'll bring it to you. I was going to say, Could you make some this weekend and bring him in? My sister made them but they're not as good as somebody back home. We won't get into that. Okay. Martino, Marty in Fairfield. Of course she listens. Good morning. This is a note for you. Too early in the morning to talk about stomach and innards of sheep. Sorry. Sorry. I'll take the blame for that s O. And then last finales. What are you going to miss about the garden line? Processing and calls and you miss anybody off course I'm going to miss all the Marty Lynn and humble. Who else got theirs. But there's some people that will be concerned about you. They may have not listened in the last couple weeks and come back from summer vacation. What happened? Callum will be here. He'll be here in Siem. I'm actually seem more than I do. But we can show it on Monday, something I like to come in and get work stuff taken care of. I haven't done that for the last few months, but I like to get work stuff taking care of office wise. Production. I like working production one days and Tuesdays with Jeremy. Oh, yeah. Jeremy's great. Yeah, he's good. Everything so Oh, miss. I mean, of course, all the callers in every single one of everything I want of you s Oh, that said, let me get ready to go into a break. And then, as soon as this breaks down, we'll start answering calls. Your guard line calls. I got Kenneth and Angleton up first. It's 713 to 1 to Katie rates that 713 to 125874 to one to catering to 125874 were talking about salvos fertilizer little while ago and we mentioned that They carry just about everything. They have lots of different organic fertilizers, but one that has been on their shells since pretty much day one and it is at all the feed stores and more and more Ace hardware stores. Starting Carrot is the micro life line of fertilizers, had a friend of mine who's definitely into Ah, I would say organic garden, but definitely just into vegetable gardening. He was asking me about, you know, prepping his fall vegetable, Ben what you know, howto like, not rest and everything I said, Well, you're got all this great soil. Put that together. You know, you kind of two parts of someone part compost, but then take micro life 60 for the green label and just start incorporating into the soul start blending it into the soil. Oh, by the way, did you know that nature's way resource is blends Micro live 64 into a lot of their soils. So let's do what nature's way does and just get that already working in the soil, So that's feeding the plants immediately. When you start doing some transplant about a month, maybe a month and 1/2 from right now, Michael I 60 for the Green label. They have the red label. That's the plant food, acidified. And then, of course, the orange label for anything having to do with Citrus avocado. Any fruit trees, stone fruit, Barry Vines, They've got it all. And micro life Fertilizer. The website micro life fertilizer dot com. Check out the map. You're going to be blown away and impressed how many places carrying the micro lie fertilizer products today since 1996 on a never ending quest to stop the yearly crape.
Heavily Armed Fans Guard Statue Of Yogi Bear In Case It Turns Out He Supported Confederacy
"For weeks now confederate statues have been coming down across the country either toppled by protesters or removed by local government says America reckons with its racist history, but things are coming to ahead and Sioux. Falls South Dakota where a group of heavily-armed fans have been guarding a statue of Yogi bear. In case it turns out. He supported the confederacy. Take a listen. Here, with Moore's opie are hanna-barbera correspondent Marcy Hammond mercy. Welcome Hi Leslie. The clip you just heard is the sound of dozens of Yogi bear fanatics who spent the last two days protecting a ten foot, tall statue of the classic cartoon character had a campground in South Dakota wielding assault rifles and clad in camouflage. They say that in the off chance. The animated bear held pro confederacy believes they don't want is fiberglass sculpture. Sculpture Torn down. Here's one of the protesters fill marquis. Who traveled all the way from freaking Aberdeen to help patrol? The Park Yoga's Jelly Stones Funds Spare, and even if he was pro slavery, which we honestly have no idea if he was or not, you can't see racist memory just to appease the social justice warriors I, know I speak for everyone here. Would I say I am prepared to die to defend our? Who strong words have there been any attempts by activists to deface or destroy the statue? There have not and while some would argue. That's because the statue was not in any real danger. Marquis believes it's actually because his crews doing such a good job protecting it I see why of the protesters decided to take a stand now well in light of recent efforts by activists to remove memorials dedicated to Stonewall Jackson Robert e Lee and other southern civil war leaders. This group which has dubbed itself the Jelly Stone militia fears. It's only a matter of time before public opinion turns on its favourite anthropomorphic animal. Here's Marquis again. People are so quick to. To say Yogi. Bear me of harbored pro confederacy beliefs, and therefore should be cancelled, but that completely ignores his rich history, a stealing picking masters his work with Ranger Smith and all the mentoring to providing young bears like boo, boo, we don't know whether he would have stood with the union or fought for southern secession. And until we know for sure I'm going to stay here and she. This statue safe sounds like the jelly stone militias senator for the long haul, our officials, responding State Park Rangers have been attempting to keep the protest peaceful, but haven't always been successful. Take a listen to party with video that Yogi bear fans uploaded twitter today. Only folks. All. Your all the can't hear I just need y'all to register at the front gate and pay seven dollars rounds fee. Oh my God! It's ANTIGA. While we'll clearly tensions remain high marcie. Please keep us updated. As the story unfolds, we all do. That's OPR's Marcy
Why Was a Doctor Once Ridiculed for Recommending Hand Washing?
"Even, when there isn't a pandemic gone, we all know were supposed to wash our hands especially before we eat or after we've touched something gross, but that wasn't always the case. As recently as the eighteen hundreds, a doctor was mocked for even suggesting that physicians wash their hands before working with patients, and that dear listener is how we begin the strange and sad story of Nets, some of ice, a nineteenth century doctor sometimes called the father of infection control. them vice was born in Hungary in eighteen, eighteen and graduating medical school. He started a job at Vienna. General Hospital in Austria in eighteen forty six there there. He became a gas to the mortality rate of new mothers in one of the hospitals wards. In this ward up to eighteen percent of new mothers were dying from what was then called child, bed, fever or pure berle fever. We know today that this is a fever caused by infection of the reproductive or urinary tract in new mothers? Yet another of the hospital's wards where midwives instead of doctors delivered all of the babies, only about two percent of mothers died of this then mysterious fever. similize vice began reasoning his way to the root of the problem. He considered climate and crowding, but eventually ruled those factors out in the end. The midwives themselves seems to be the only real difference between the two wards. Then Zuma vice had an epiphany one of the hospitals doctors, a pathologist accidentally nicked himself the scalpel that hit used during an autopsy of one of these unfortunate mothers. The doctor was sick and with child bed fever and he died. Zamel vice made the connection that doctors were performing autopsies on patients who died of child, had fever, and then immediately afterward going to deliver babies without stopping to wash their hands. He suspected that this was the source of the deadly problem. We spoke by with Dana Towards e eski philosophy professor at Purdue University whose name I hope I'm pronouncing correctly. She explained, basically has hypothesis here was that it was cadaveric matter from scalpels, the entered the pathologists blood, and caused the infection and same material could be transferred to the women on the hands of the doctors, because the doctors do autopsies, and then go straight to examine the women who had given birth without washing their hands, changing their clothes, or basically taking any hygienic measures at all, he then tested this hypothesis by requiring people who had performed autopsies to wash their hands with chloride of lime, a disinfectant before attending the weapon and this, the mortality rate in the first clinic fell to that of the second. You'd think that some of fellow doctors would have lauded him for this discovery, but you'd be wrong. You see in the eighteen forties. Germ theory hadn't been conceived yet. That's the theory that diseases are caused by organisms, not visible to the naked eye and people still suspected the diseases transferred from one person to another via toxic. Not Bacteria or viruses, this was called miasma theory in washing their hands. They probably wanted to be rid of whatever was causing a bad. Not to kill germs that might wreak havoc on them or someone else. We also spoke by email, but Michael Melanson, an adjunct professor of medicine at. University he said physicians of Vices. Time simply did not understand or believe that something microscopic could be wreaking such havoc on their patients. They literally believed their own is less. We feel too smug. Consider how many people currently embrace a lack of COVID, nineteen deaths among people like me geographically racially economically or otherwise as evidence that scientists are overestimating the pandemics risk. Better hand washing regimens dramatically improved death rates at the maternity ward, but some vices colleagues were at best miffed at the implication that their ignorance was killing their own patients, and perhaps implication that midwives were better at delivering babies than they were. It didn't help that Zimmer Vice essentially laid the deaths of the wards mothers at the feet of his superiors. His own supervisor countered that the hospitals new ventilation system must be the reason for the decline in maternity deaths. Also, Zimbabwe's was a Hungarian in Austria A. Working in country in the throes of xenophobia. So those doctors rejected his theories and some of ice himself as being inferior, they opted to stick with their miasma theory, and for good measure in eighteen, forty nine did not renews vices appointment. As vice eventually got a medical position in Budapest where he according to the British Medical Journal quote publicly harangued doctors nurses about hand, washing and reduced maternal mortality. He eventually published a book on the subject some fourteen years later, but it was poorly written and poorly received. Possibly, experiencing mental disorder or extreme stress from his rejection by the medical establishment, Zim of ice ended up a patient in an asylum in eighteen sixty five weeks later, he was dead of an infection from a wound that he received in the facility. She was just forty seven years old. similize left behind monumental legacy, but the tragedy of his story has made it Garner a few minutes. One of those being that demo vice was the first suggested theory about doctors transmitting germs. Kaletsky said he wasn't really a pioneer. Other people before Zamel vice had hit upon the idea that child bed fever could be transmitted from doctor or midwife to patient for example Alexander Gordon of Aberdeen showed in Seventeen Ninety. Five child had fever was almost always transmitted by doctors or midwives, and also that it was connected to a kind of streptococcal skin rash. He also thought that the best treatment was copious bleeding.
"aberdeen" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Do a bride in Aberdeen Washington good evening Brian hello yes J. L. what okay represented for all this stuff is supposed to be Seattle right watch well that that has been one of the initial epicenters in this country I don't know that you can refer to an epicenter anymore anywhere but it's certainly been a a a hot spot in this country yeah so is there for what you well I guess I don't understand what's going on candidate Victoria I BC I have no idea what's going on in Canada okay we want to be a new since you since you brought it up Brian have you heard something that's happening in Canada well it's but obviously we are not going into this with the rest of us are as fast as you are Brian so what's obvious to you isn't obvious to us what are you getting at where candidate is the Commonwealth nations there's a lot of traffic it goes back and forth between Singapore Hong Kong it's better well I don't know there's more traffic that goes on between Canada and first world Singapore last I don't believe singer but even a part of the British Commonwealth of the media to do with this but but I mean there's probably no more commerce between Hong Kong and Canada there is between the United States and and Hong Kong in fact by virtue of the fact that our of population is about nine times bigger than Canada's I'm sure we have much more trade with Hong Kong that Canada does so or there's more great there come here so well I I'm not I'm not in a position to suggest that there is some Canadian connection to all of this obviously but that in the event if you have something else to the contrary why will will entertain that if you provide the goods as it were one eight six six five oh Jimbo one eight six six five oh five four six two six and we'll be back in just a moment this girl scout.
A Brief History of Staphylococcus Aureus
"Years ago. I acquired an infection in my left eye socket caused by the bacteria. Staphylococcus Aureus my vision clouded and then. My eye socket swelled shut and I ended up hospitalized for over a week how I experienced the same infection anytime in history before nineteen forty. I would've likely lost. Not just my I but my life then again I wouldn't have ever lived to acquire orbital so you lights because I would have died of the staph infections I had in childhood. Stella Aureus is not a normal part of the human microbiome but many people perhaps around a third are like me. Nonetheless hosts two colonies of it on our skin or in our nasal passages or in our digestive systems. These colonies are usually harmless but while anyone can get sick with staff those of us who live omitted. Every day are more likely to suffer infections. When I was in the hospital the infectious disease. Doctors made me feel very special. One told me you are colonized by some fascinating Lee. Aggressive Staff He told me I wouldn't believe the petri dishes if I saw them and went on to call my continued existence. A real testament to modern medicine. Which I suppose it is for. People like myself colonized by fascinating. The aggressive bacteria there can be no harkening back wistfully to pass Golden Ages. Because in all those pasts I would be dead in. Nineteen forty one. Boston city hospital reported in eighty two percent fatality rate. For staph infections. I remember as a child hearing phrases like only the strong survive and survival of the fittest and feeling terrified by them. Because I knew I was not fit or strong. I didn't yet know that when humanity protects the frail among us and works to ensure their survival the human project as a whole get stronger failing to understand that has held our species back for Millennia and in fact still does because staff often infects open wounds. It has been especially deadly during war near the beginning of world. War One. The English poet Rupert Brooke Famously wrote if I should die. Think only this of me that there's some corner of a foreign field that is forever. England Brookwood indeed die in the war in the winter of nineteen fifteen but not in some corner of a foreign field but instead on a hospital ship of a bacterial infection by then there were of course. Thousands of doctors treating the war's wounded and ill among them was a seventy one year old. Scottish surgeon Alexander Ogden who decades earlier had discovered and named Staphylococcus Ogden who sported a magnificent moustache throughout his adult. Life was a huge fan of Joseph. Lister WHO's observations about post surgical infection led to the use of carbolic acid and other sterilization techniques these dramatically increased surgical survival rates. In fact after visiting lister and learning from Him Ogden returned to his hospital in Aberdeen and tore down the sign above the operating room that read prepare to meet the God. No would surgery. Be a desperate last ditch effort. It could be safe and clean and survivable. Ogden was so obsessed with listers carbolic acid spray that his students wrote a poem about it. The spray the spray the antiseptic spray. A would shower it morning night and day for every sort of scratch where others would attach a sticking plaster patch. He gave the spray. It's all right but it's no Rupert Brooke. At any rate Ogden had good reason to give the spray. His first wife Mary. Jane had died after childbirth a few years earlier at the age of twenty five. There's no record her cause death but most maternal deaths at the time were caused by postpartum infection often due to staphylococcus aureus and dogs had hundreds of his patients die of post surgical infection so no wonder he was obsessed with antiseptic protocols. Still he wanted to understand not just how to prevent infection but also what precisely was causing it by the late. Eighteen seventies many discoveries were being made by surgeons and researchers about various bacteria and their role in infection but staphylococcus was not identified until Austin lanced a pus filled abscessed leg wound belonging to one James Davidson. Under the microscope. Davidson's abscess was brimming with life. Ogden wrote my delight may be conceived when there were revealed to me beautiful tangles tufts and chains of round organisms in great numbers. Ogden named these tufts and chains staphylococcus from the Greek word for bunches of grapes and they do often look like grape bunches plump and just a little bit oblong and also quite yellowish green. A few years later a German scientist noted that there were in fact several species of staphylococcus and named the one Ogden had found Staphylococcus Aureus or the golden staff but Ogden wasn't content with just seeing the bacteria. Obviously he wrote the first step to be taken was to make sure the organisms found. In Mr Davidson's pus were not there by chance. So he set up a laboratory in the shed behind his house and began trying to grow colonies of staff eventually succeeding by growing them. In the medium of a chicken egg he then injected the bacteria into guinea pigs and wild mice which became violently ill. Ogden also noted that staphylococcus seemed to be quote harmless on the surface despite being quote so deleterious when injected I have also observed this in so far as I am not much bothered by having my skin colonized by Staphylococcus Aureus but find it. Dilatot serious indeed when it starts replicating inside my eye socket. James Davidson by the way went on to live another forty years after his staph infection. Thanks to a thorough deriding and Ogden's liberal use of the spray the spray the antiseptic spray but staphylococcus aureus remained an exceptionally dangerous infection until another Scottish scientist Alexander. Fleming discovered penicillin by accident. Actually one Monday morning in nineteen twenty eight Fleming notice that one of his cultures of Staphylococcus aureus had been contaminated by a fungus penicillin them which seemed to have killed all the STAPH BACTERIA. He remarked allowed. That's funny Fleming. Then used what? He called his mould juice. I wish I were making that up to treat. Couple patients including during his assistance. Sinus infection but mass production of the antibiotic substance secreted by. Penicillin proved very challenging. It wasn't until the late nineteen thirties. That a group of scientists at Oxford began testing their penicillin stocks. I on mice and then in nineteen forty one on a human subject. A policeman named Albert Alexander who'd been cut by shrapnel during a German bombing raid and who was dying of bacterial infections in his case both staphylococcus aureus and streptococcus. The penicillin caused a dramatic improvement in Alexander's condition but the researchers didn't have enough of the drug to save him. The infections returned and Alexander died in April of nineteen forty one. His seven-year-old daughter Sheila ended up in a local orphanage. Scientists began to seek out more productive strains of the mold and eventually found one on a cantaloupe in a Peoria Illinois grocery store that strain eventually became even more productive after being exposed to x rays and ultraviolet radiation. But essentially all penicillin. In the world descends from that mold on that one cantaloupe in Peoria. That's not the astounding thing about the story though the astounding thing is that after scraping off the mold that became the world's supply of penicillin the scientists in question eight the rest of the cantaloupe
"For Your Reconsideration" Week
"This week's theme is for your reconsideration. The curator is Donde from luminary. Here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Yolanda. Monday's episode comes from metaphysical milkshake and is called. Can you honor indigenous faiths without being a jerk. It's thirty four minutes long in this episode. rainn Wilson Resin Ostlund have one question. How do we honor and embrace embrace indigenous faiths without becoming like Kevin Costner? How can we become more than dilettantes? With dream catchers Kevin Locke is an artist Hoop dancer musician musician. Educator and cultural ambassador for his Lakota an Amish on Beirut's he joined the pod to share what we can do to better understand our indigenous faith traditions and how out to see our spiritual heritage in all the land around us. Join the conversation using Hashtag. Metaphysical an email your thoughts to metaphysical milkshake at soul pancake. GEICO DOT COM. Tuesday's episode comes from on second thought with Trevor Noah and is called prison break. It's forty four minutes long in this episode. Trevor and David David discussed their ideas for improving. Prison then talk about alternatives to incarceration Danielle Sarid founder of common justice. Wednesday's episode comes from from under the skin with Russell brand and his called science capitalism. And God with Neil degrasse Tyson. It's one hundred twenty one minutes long. Here's the description. This week's guest on under the skin is the infamous astrophysicist Neil degrasse Tyson. He's pretty amazing. He was promoting his book letters from an astrophysicist but he was much more than and being a focused and dedicated educator I enjoyed talking to him. Thursday's episode comes from here to slay with Roxane gay and Tracy McMillan Cottam him and his called all. Your faves are problematic. It's fifty three minutes long this week on the show Tracy and Roxanne take on the Popeye's chicken sandwich and all of its glory as well as the problematic takes that have come along with it. Friday's episode comes from the seaward with Lena Dunham and Alison Bennett and is called Lady Rosemary. Aber door it's fifty three minutes long in this episode Rosemary. Obrador seemed to most like a shy awkward wallflower but underneath drab exterior lurked an appetite for Jules parties parties and larceny born into an unassuming middle-class English home rosemary secretly stole thousands of pounds to fund her glamorous identity as titled Aristocracy. That's Lady Lady Aberdeen to you. Lena analyst Cover Rosemary's wild parties outrageous schemes her ultimate downfall and discuss what it's like to feel unseen and unappreciated those are the podcast recommendations chosen by Yolanda for this week's theme for your reconsideration
U.S. blacklists Chinese AI firms ahead of trade talks
"We came into the week looking for try talks to restart the Chinese report be looking for now what deal the president thank you professor brought of one then the news ready started to ramp up China effectively blacklisting U. S. basketball team for supporting the Hong Kong protest the United States blacklisting attorneys tech firms for suppressing religious minorities in China and this morning on thing down in Washington reporting that the administration is moving ahead with discussions around possible restrictions on capital flows into China focusing on investments made by US government pension funds I have no idea if that was thirty seconds or not that's kind of a rap in the last twenty four hours the equity market is completely held hostage by the story James and he joins us now senior investment manager at Aberdeen James one on the U. to ahead of us try to stay morning John yeah I think I mean it's difficult to buy anything government it definitely has escalated in the last twenty four hours but essentially the escalation is in line with Molly coal field I think actually most investors because he certainly if you sort of just listen to the conversations out there in the false with your teeth them have come around to the conclusion that this is a home for like an inverted commas which is not going away anytime soon which is more than just about trade in the bilateral trade deficit all calling account deficit and it is more a question all for you know two super powers who have some structural issues between each other that needs to be resolved that's no bipartisan issue in the US we got the short term escalation yeah of course sixty three price but realistically equity happen in almost twice the perfection of life will poems I think of seeing a more realistic outlook both economically and politically slash geopolitical hasn't changed my view a motivational tool because up in defense position
Dana Perino on Developing Her Own Voice
"After spending seven years in the Bush administration rising to press secretary Dana Perino had become comfortable speaking speaking on behalf of others including the forty third president but she transitioned into roles on Fox News after the White House Dana develop her own voice who cared what I thought I could tell you what President Bush thought and why he thought that are how we got to that decision and I was very comfortable in that role on the first episode of Season Season Two of the strategic wrist Dana Talks about how she always remembers to focus on the good news how she deals with social media trolls and how her career in country music is progressing. I'm Andrew Kaufman and this strategic presented by the George Bush Institute what happens when you cross the forty third president late night sketch comedy and compelling conversation. The strategic has a podcast born from the word strategically which was coined by the now and embraced by the George Bush administration station we highlight the Americans feared of leadership and compassion through thought provoking conversations and we're reminded that the most effective leaders are the ones who laughed. We're joined for today's episode by Dana Perino former White House press secretary and now Fox News Co host the five host of the daily briefing Dana Perino podcast co host of I'll tell you what she's a bestselling author so you're pretty busy. Thank you for taking the the time to do this. This honored to be here. I I love coming here to the Bush Center. It's whenever you step in that front door. It's like wow this place is beautiful. Thank you for saying that and doing such great work thank Q. and our co host is Hannah Avni your friend and VP of external affairs. She's back again Hannah. Thank you for doing it again. Thank you for having me again Andrew so Dana you so you recently you're now we're recording artist as well. Gaza May dierks dirks a Dirks Bentley superfan right. I yeah superfan Fan. Also I get to call him a friend now to happens if you stock long enough so. Do you think he's going to invite you to be on a song the backup side when you have a number one song in the world. It's kind of like you. I don't need to really do it again. I don't think but it's pretty funny when I worked at the White House. Well let me go way back when I I was in college and I thought I wanted to go into media back then if you wanted to get into TV you had to start in radio and I didn't want to have to do my radio experience after right graduated so I got a job part time job as a country music. Dj working overnight and Pueblo Colorado and I ah I didn't really I had grown up in the West but I had really listen to country music when I was a teenager I didn't really do that so I was completely out of it I I I introduced the first night a song by Tracy Lawrence and I said and here she is with their new Song Tracy Lawrence and then of course raises Lawrence's a man uh-huh tricky. I we have to do so fast forward and during the years at the White House. I don't think I listen to any music back at all. I didn't even have an IPOD when we left. That was the technology at the time I had nothing I listen to. NPR or whatever else was happening rush limbaugh or something so Kakitumba on the news and so when I left the White House or when we all left the White House I got an ipod I guess it was and I used to travel back and forth to to New York a lot and I just started downloading country music and Dirk Bentley Song Come. A little closer was out at the time China so that's how we became a fan. Would you like to sing a little bit of but I do have the worst voice but the other thing you're talking about is I don't I'm blessed with having lots of ideas and not a lot of time to execute however so in two thousand sixteen the five went on a bus trip to go conventions. RNC Indian say and at one point in the back of the bus Greg Gut failed and I were sitting there and he was making me laugh so hard because he was just making up nonsense country songs about the five about Fox News about everything and he just had me giggling so much and I said we should should go to Nashville and record a song about the five and record it with a real recording artists and then release it for charity so three years later it came true. We have a wonderful executive producer of the five called Megan Albano. She figured it out we teamed up John Rich from big and rich who is a wonderful person big fan of forty three's as well and we went to Nashville and in one take he's saying the song that we sang the backup part. It's called Oh shut up about politics and it's not about shutting any particular person up. It was just about how politics has entered into everything sports music music theater technology. Everything's just too much and so we have a song called shut up about politics. We released it and within two hours it was number one on the country charts and then and that whole weekend it was number one in the world bigger than Lady Gaga Justin Bieber it was astounding. It's amazing it was amazing and all the proceeds go to folds of honor so we're pretty proud of it. Ninety nine cents you can download it on full. Honor does great work. We've done incredible work. We're familiar with there were pretty well and they're just such great such a great organization. That was pretty fun fun. I have a question for you off of that. Though I mean you're right politics is in absolutely everything you cannot get away from it and we talk about that a lot too. I mean even when you're going through Instagram instagram stories. It's just permeates every bit of it. It's in your life obviously multiple times a day. How do you get away from politics and focus on the thing? I feel a little a lot better than I did even from a few years ago because I've really embodied this idea that politics is what I do. It is not who I am and I have carved off my weekends and my evenings when I'm not working but but I don't go to dinner to talk about politics with people unless I agree with them now. That's GonNa sound like Oh that's not very fair and balanced view but I argue all day long and so in my personal life I pretty much. Don't I have a rule that I wrote about in the in the Jasper book which is no politics at the dog park. You're that's a safe place for me and if and even people that WanNa talk to me about politics at the Dog Park Mike Sorry I don't talk politics at the dog park. I have a policy and then laugh about it and they move on and I also carry a lot less about social media than I did. In Two thousand sixteen. I was really attacked by the Russians. Even though I didn't know as Russians at the time I remember actually coming here to the Bush Center right before the two thousand sixteen election. I can't remember what I was doing and AH chance to see President Bush and he's how you doing and I told him I had the worst professional summer of my life you know being attack and I was really kind of in the fetal position under my desk and even like my husband would say how can I help you. There's there's nothing you can do and it gave me a big appreciation for what parents are going through when their children are consumed assumed with their phone because you don't know what's being said and it's so demoralizing I was a grown woman. I've been the White House press secretary. How could this affect me so much and and I remember President Bush saying? Why didn't you call me like a really imagine if I had called President Bush and said Sir people are being really mean to me on twitter he would have said get off twitter on it solved this one's easy and actually it is easy so once you step away from from it or somebody gave me a tip to only have mentioned from people that you follow and Eric Schmidt of Google actually pulled me aside at one point in two thousand seventeen as I was explaining what it was like to be one of the people that was targeted by these Russian boots but I didn't know they were rushing at the time I just said it's overwhelming and he pulled me aside Dana? These are not real people and you explain to me how the whole system worked in Saint Petersburg and I don't know that just gave me an ability to say it doesn't matter. It just doesn't matter no so I it's weird to say that as much as politics permeating everything for me. It's probably less a part of my life than in the previous elections that I've covered for Fox. Was it similar to how you regrouped. After you left the White House taking a breath stepping away from it no not really I mean I remember the day that we'd left Andrews Air Force Base and Peter and I left to go on the trip to Africa. I leaned my head back against is the seat and I said nothing I do for the rest of my life will ever be that important or that hard and it's really true when I make a comment now. I'm not gotTA START A war. I also have a great appreciation for what public servants go through and I want to support deport them. No matter what party they're from if you're willing to put your self out there and run for office and try to do the right thing I try to be supportive. Okay talk to us about mercyships touch. You talked about a little bit when you left the West so interesting about mercy ships. There's actually a Bush connection there too okay so obviously President Bush and Mrs Bush were amazing leaders. When it came to Africa I I got to go to Africa with them? In February of two thousand eight and in typical forty-three fashion we did five countries in seven days. I got my first migraine. I couldn't even go to the Kigali event because I had to stay on the plane and two liters of fluid into my arm and so I didn't get to go to the and and I've been sad about not making it to Rwanda ever since given the statistics about pep far so many times at the podium that I thought I understood Africa and then I was just totally blown away when I went there and I came back and I said Peter we need to go for six months after the White House and he said how about six weeks so we did six weeks compromise and yeah so we did a pet farsight that's on in Fishhook South Africa and Peter and I just had this confusing time and that did help us reset our priorities and our hearts and to reconnect as a couple as well because we're so blessed here in America and you can get caught up in what about me. What am I gonNa do to the White House and just being able to have a bigger world view? After I left was great great fast forward mercy ships asked me through my speakers bureau if I would come to Dallas and moderate a conversation between the president and Mrs Bush in front of their dinner group so I said well sure that sounds great so peter and I were coming down here now prior to that I had join the one campaigns women advisory board and I had gone to several countries with them. I had also been on the Broadcasting Board of Governors under President Obama and I'd gone to Africa on behalf of of that organization as well trying to increase the amount of content of for women in particular and Africa because we found that men will definitely listen to the radio for news in sports but women will listen if it's about health and their kids so anyway it's just little bit of an effort to do that so at the dinner right before the Q. One eight with the president and Mrs Bush. I'm sitting there and somebody says well. Why did you get interested in Africa so I'm telling him than soul story that I'm telling you and then I I said just a few months ago I got to go to Sierra Leone and I went to this place called the Aberdeen Clinic and it was started by Scottish heiress us and it's so amazing they were doing fistula surgeries there and the day I was there? They were teaching the women there how to count to ten and the lady next to me said Oh she's not a Scottish heiress. Her name is Ann Gloag and she's sitting right behind you. This is a self made businesswoman in Scotland who was a burn unit nurse for twenty years but then she and her brothers started a bussing service in the UK when Margaret Thatcher deregulated the transportation sector and they became very successful and as the company expanded she took Africa and and when she got there she said this will never do so she started doing all of this philanthropy there and that's how I ended up talking to her and I said to Peter we have to go see mercy mercy ships for ourselves so that's how we got involved and it's a surgical hospital ship they do the West Coast of Africa that night they were kicking off a capital campaign for a brand new ship because they I usually retrofit and old ship and
"aberdeen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Was Evelyn to lead I could even hear until just now dancers use yes it was to okay I'll give you that I had a time because he likes you I didn't realize you're not even really American your morning Aberdeen that you want to start this interview yes it's how I want to start I ran some Intel on you you were born in Aberdeen everybody will know who does he want to be president but who doesn't want me for you were born in Aberdeen I think the mentality that on my wikipedia page on US route you know what this interview my interview okay well yes I was so I was born in Aberdeen Scotland it is true my parents my parents met at Texas a and M. my dad was a deployment in here and one of his first job took him to Aberdeen and everybody knows that the big oil and gas spot and I don't remember it we moved right back to Houston the when I was a toddler will be born no do you so you know we Ted Cruz's kind of paved the way on this and he was born in Canada and is that where we're going to take this discussion yeah let's go shifting fires where was terrible terror was actually born in San Diego on a navy base because her her her dad was in the navy at the time yeah what did he do in the navy service.
"aberdeen" Discussed on KOMO
"At least two people including a child remain hospitalized in serious condition following a house fire early this morning in Aberdeen total of seven people including three children were able to escape the flames on Duffy street just after four this morning once they got out Derek bird noticed as eight year old niece was about so he went back in Aberdeen police lieutenant she J. cast Dan calling him a hero forced entry back into the residence internal is fully involved with plans at that time she went upstairs and was able to to bring the eight year old he forced entry upstairs and was able to bring her out of the residence and helped her to survive in the Aberdeen fire department estimates the loss resulting in the fire more than a quarter million dollars deadly officer involved shooting in Paul's bowl last night deputy say man was threatening people add a third of July celebration in there nine one one lines lit up man was shot and killed at waterfront park the name of the suspect an officer being withheld until family members can be contacted there was an officer involved shooting at tenth and Jackson in Seattle last night osrs eight counter the female attendant Jackson she was armed at that time officers fired at that at that scene she was set afire treated her for a raise please bookmark Jamison says the woman was taken to the hospital by medic one no police officers were hurt well this year police in Everett are taking is zero tolerance stance when it comes to lighting illegal fireworks come was ran Yamamoto explains what detectives will do if they see them they'll confiscate them and give you a ticket officers are out in full force patrolling your parks and schools and it's all out effort with fire safety in mind in a matter of seconds it can take over a house and on people get injured hurt or even killed in the fire and so we want to avoid that at all cost if you live in ever you'll notice extra patrols during the day the night time for tonight's celebrations jail police are putting drug dealers on notice new patrols are shutting down the opener dealing in crime in the downtown core police chief Carmen best announced bicycle patrols another resources will focus on the third Avenue.
"aberdeen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"He's a moderate democrat, who was pushed for bipartisan background check legislation. He joins us this morning from Charleston. Senator you've tried and failed to get these restrictions or more background checks past. Do we need this? Would it have prevented what happened in Virginia Beach? Well, here's the thing, we couldn't even get the most common sense, legitimate gun owners law abiding gun owners understand. We're not afraid to have background checks, and we're not going to do anything wrong with our guns, but there should be a balance of how you basically prevent people in commercial settings from not getting again, you don't know who they are. And what your background is. We couldn't even get that done Margaret. And I'm just asking my Republican colleagues and friends use some commonsense do things that basically will protect the public and give us some certainty that we're trying to move into commonsense manner, I wanna ask you about a trip. You just took to a number of countries and you saw what was happening in the Arctic, which American scientists say is melting faster twice the rate than the rest of the world. What impact did you see and is the economic benefit of some of this, which the Trump administration argues there is offset this catastrophic effect for the? Climate. Well, the climate change is realized sought firsthand. I've read about before her. Listen, all the scientists the thing of it is, if you go up fragile ecosystem that we have, and then you could geopolitics involved, we met with the parliamentarians of the eight Arctic nations. We listen to each one of them from Russia to Canada, the US and you have I Denmark, seven Sweden Norway, and Iceland, they all absolutely we'll show you not just tell you, they'll show you the changes that are happening the fish migration, the changes that the melting of the ice, we were in Greenland went up to the ice shelf there. And so it's retreated in very short period of time. So we as humans have responsibility to do something, I'm not for women because that's not practical. You're not going to stop the verse of the sovereign countries that world from using the energy of an backyard. But we can't use it much cleaner. I was at the university and Stockholm in Aberdeen. Gene, and saw carbon capture utilization. Not sequester trying to pump it in the ground by using it as byproducts in value in valued assets. It's going to be unbelievable. If we start working in a way that basically sciences proving that we can do it. You also heard though from the Trump administration that national security officials are warning that Russia might have been conducting in that area, low yield nuclear tests. Have you seen any evidence of that? Against. I didn't see that. What I did see and what I know Russia is spending more of their money, more more their effort and money in the Arctic region. They have a tremendous landmass this arti. They're spending more money there than they are an entire social services for Russia. It's unbelievable the commitment. They've made we've seen more activity of aircraft flying in those spaces. We've seen submarine activity from Russia more so than we have during the Cold War. So there's a lot of activity there. They opened up the northwest passage that's a whole nother. That's a game changer. We've got to be on top. United States has got to start getting involved to make sure that we're a leader up there and not a follower because I can tell you what Russia's during what China's doing. China's using their money. Trying to buy their way into the Artie to be a big player. It's unbelievable. And we should be alerted, and we should start acting. Well, I do wanna talk to you. More about that. And because you are one of three Democrats who voted to confirm the attorney general, I want to hear your views on what he said this week,.
BP chief backs shift towards renewable energy
"Choo investor resolutions at BP's annual meeting, and Abidine this week, shade high pressure is building on oil companies to take action on climate change political discusses, how the oil companies are responding with Angela Weaver, and blessing hook. Up already the way. People around the work for her life. At the same time, Harmon emissions need to come out at a much faster pace that is seeking. That more energy emissions dot is to charge. That was Helga loaned, the chairman of BP outlining the company's commitment to transitioning to a low carbon energy system at their AGM in Aberdeen. This week shareholders had to climate change resolutions to vote on an epidemic. Edgeley. You were up there what happened. So everyone was waiting for these two resolutions to come up for debate. Now, one was backed by p and brought forward by climate action. One hundred plus which is an initiative, led by group of investors, and they were calling on BP to demonstrate how its business strategy aligns with the Paris climate goals. And now the second resolution was proposed by follow this dodge shareholder group, and essentially this one was different because not only was it calling on the P to set targets for its carbon emissions going forward. But these targets also should include those of. Of its products, so essentially, the emissions of its consumers, and that's essentially what shall has done. That's what shall has agreed to do. Right. But in this case, BP management back the climate action one hundred plus resolution but not the other one. Why was that BP claims that the follow this resolution would not allow for flexibility through the energy transition? They say we don't know what this energy transition is going to look like we don't want to put hard targets are legally binding on ourselves or on our consumers who's use of our products, we can't control. That's what they say. And does that sound like a reasonable explanation to you? So this is where it gets very interesting because most climate activists and increasing the investors say that these emissions from the use of the products are essential to accounting for how we really progress through this, energy transition and oil and gas. Companies must be held accountable for these emissions now. I do have some sympathy for oil and gas companies in the sense that they don't know what this energy transition looks like, however, most people, I speak to you think that BP right now is in the same position that shell was in a few years ago. And at some point they too would also have to include these emissions in some way into their forward-planning. Leslie, do you have any sympathy with bay pays position. I don't know about sympathy, but I think it is hard to account for the emissions of your consumer. So I can see the sort of legality of that narrow argument. I think what's been really interesting, though, is something that Angela is actually written about, which is where the RND dollars are going for these companies, although BP has started talking a lot more about climate change. And they've certainly made it a sort of headline item on their agenda there. Aren. These spending hasn't really followed. Those words. Yes. Exactly. And even in. The opinion piece that Helgoland wrote in the F T, and in his public comments it a, he's very clear that BP's also going to have to transform its business. But what does this look like it's unbelievably murky, we have no idea is he talking about increasing our independent low-carbon fuels and technologies is he talking about shifting towards renewable? It's not entirely clear. What this means in the BP context, and this is what investors really are trying to gain some more clarity on a lot of these invested discussions with the companies have essentially been company led. It's what the companies are comfortable with talking about BP's, not committing to a particular direction. They say we've been there before, under the John Brown era petroleum beyond petroleum. They invested huge amounts in renewables. And they ended up losing a lot of money. And so this was the point that Helga loons made at the GM, as well as in the opinion piece, which is that we want to be. An investable company and I think that was his way of saying, we need to keep on investing in oil and gas. And there is a real dichotomy there because ultimately BP makes money from selling fossil fuels calls emissions, and they don't really know how they will make money if they stop doing that. So I sort of get the sense that, while there's a lot more talk about it. There's not a clear answer of where revenue is going to come from if they're no longer selling fossil fuels on the other hand, you've got companies like shell and hotel. You know, the really going out there saying, we're investing in not just gasp, renewables and renewable power. And this is all feature. But most analysts who look at the sector and even the executives themselves will say to the margins here, incredibly low compared to is stark and traditional businesses. But also, we don't really know what this is going to look like for us. And this is the point BP's trying to make, which is we're not going to go down that path blindly again. Just taking a punt on the huge amounts of pressure from every. Body in terms of crime activists, and the investors who want this investment into the cleaner fuels business and into renewables. I mean Greenpeace this week, blockaded BP's entrances. I was going to ask you about that it was quite an extraordinary defection even for Greenpeace because they actually stopped staff going into BP headquarters Ryan, where it's quite interesting to compare that to the shell AGM which was happening on the same day over in the Hague. And apparently, there were very few protests or any sort of action going on over there, certainly nothing, like staff being stopped from getting into buildings and things. And do you think that that's because shell has been clearer about its determination to invest in renewables, and lower carbon forms of energy, then B P so far? And do you think that BP is worried about that? And that's why it took the steps that it did this way. I think BP's just a different point than shell shell faced this kind of backlash Affi years ago. Let's also remember. That shell is very much a dodge company and this huge amounts of domestic pressure. And this is now only ricocheting around the world, you know, to all the European companies as well as US counterparts, but, you know, the protesters this week were saying to be, you must shift all your investment into renewables, or go bust, but it's not entirely clear if that's the strategy. Yeah. And this is just the latest example we've seen of shareholders, trying to pressure oil and gas companies and indeed coal companies to disclose more about the future plans and targets and investments and talk more about the financial and physical risks that they might face by climate change. Ultimately, do you really think this is going to shift the dial? When it comes to lowering global carbon emissions through the investors say, there's a sort of a three pronged approach here. The first is to get these companies to be more transparent. Then it's to get them to set tie. Targets on their emissions and then the third bit of this strategy is to shift their investments towards cleaner fuels cleaner energies into ready. Get a handle on the investment component here, but it's not clear to me, how long that is going to take an if these companies are going to agree to shift the businesses in a meaningful way. And there's also just a place devil's advocate. I think there is a real question about what is the company's responsibility versus the government's responsibility? Where does the role of policymakers and business leaders begin? I mean at time when we're seeing global emissions still rising. The world is not on track to meet the Paris climate goals. A lot of that is due to government inaction as well as what companies are doing. We've seen that globally, governments haven't really stepped up to make the types of commitments that they would need to live in a two degree world, which then sort of empowers the companies to say, well, if the governments haven't figured this. Out, then why is that our job? So I can sort of see their twenty few in that way, would sort of just make two further points, which is that let's be clear. The world is still using huge amounts of oil and gas will using one hundred million barrels a day of oil. So from the company's point of view, if the demand is there, at least for now, why would they pull back that's the first point? And the second point is that, you know, to what extent can these companies really transition? Yeah. Just finally one way that the oil majors trying to prove that this series of crime. It changes by making these big investments in renewable energy. We saw one of those this week lately that you wrote about that actually shows that this getting quieter crowded field. Yes, we've just seen two of Europe's largest utilities g of France and EDP of Portugal tie up all of their offshore wind assets, which is going to create a bit of an offshore wind behemoth. An already we've seen a former oil and gas company known as Dong become or stud. It's now the world's largest offshore wind developer, and we do see more and more traditional energy companies, try and go that direction the company, formerly known as Stott oil now Ecuador, it also has a growing offshore wind business, so there is some indication that the traditional energy companies are really pushing in that direction although globally last year. What was very striking is that we had some numbers out a couple of days ago from the. A that suggested total global investment in clean energy. In fact fell a little bit last year. Despite the surge of interest from European energy groups, the global picture is still not quite as rosy. Thank you, Leslie, and angelie. That was police Clark took into a senior energy. Correspondent Angie own an environment. Correspondent Vesey hurt. Thanks for listening, joined forget, if you missed our recent episodes on the US is ham, ablation hallway, the political cost of Pakistan's, IMF lane or the shocking truth about plastics in the world's Asians. You can find them all on the usual per cost platforms.
United States, China And Goldman Sachs discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe
"Weakness the weakness being caused by ongoing concerns around trade tensions between the US and China, we have the Chinese delegation now on their way to the United States can they achieve over the next two days will the United States go through with this threat to put on these extra terrorists, and how will the Chinese we tell all of that very much front of mind. Full participants in markets with ASI minded testing to see that we all week on the oil prices. Well, so that trade tension stories he has to be outweighing concerns around supply in Venezuela and Iran and went down by more than one percents on brands and more than one percent on WTI. The yield on the US tenure two point four four percents. Is it a question of the yield just being too low to attract buyers? We saw very weak auction for you as ten years over in the United States in yesterday's session. The dollar is pretty much flat. And we talked many times about a lack of reaction in FX markets to the trade tensions. We did. See react. As I say to the geopolitical tensions just announced by Yonhap in the last half hour of money going into the yen where four cents stronger fully end against the US dollar one nine sixty seven is where we trade down there. But it is a day where we've got some outperformance in some individual stocks in their earnings reports map. But generally speaking, the story is one of concern around trade, it is for sure and to talk more about that. Let's bring in Lukic more from Aberdeen asset management out of Edinburgh. This morning. Sorry. Are we not doing kick-me overnight? Let me let me assist. I'm having a flashback to TV yet TV appearance. We joined in the studio by Bloomberg opinion, columnists, Marcus, Ashworth and markets live editor, Heather Burke. Thank you both for joining us. So President Trump saying overnight on his in what seems to be a campaign rally. It's nearly twenty twenty after all after all the China broke the deal am coming to you on this. I mean, how is the market positioning itself? What we're going to see or not see the next couple of days. If to know what is priced in is this going to be treated as sort of binary story by market that we get the tariff. So we don't get the tires, or is it going to be more complicated than that. Obviously, it'll be more complicated, depending what happens over the next twenty four to thirty six hours. But the clear takeaway is that markets are pricing. More risk. Chinese stocks have been declining European stocks declining futures declining the big story for equities this year, especially in the US and Europe has been this continuous rally amid low volatility and a lot of that was trade driven that there were was to be a deal and with volatility ratcheting up Goldman saying, listen, I probably terrorist. We'll come in the markets are increasingly pricing that there will be negative trait. Headlines that are pricing in and our position cells accordingly. It's interesting because Jamie, Dimon says eighty percent chance that a trade deal gets done. Goldman Sachs says don't count on it Marcus is this because I mean, Jamie diamond was yesterday. Goldman Sachs today. Relearning more that points towards the disintegration of trade deal. I'm not sure we can ready determine all the way. I it's literally up in the air. And I think that clearly the tactics the Chinese use have been seen before I think it shocked the Trump administration Hoover act. It's actually not immediately. They took a little while to react quite aggressively as playbook and the Chinese are still coming which is the good news. The question is what they come bearing gifts and go back by ski to the original text, which the Americans thought that that go pretty much squared away. And whether or not they can actually in the next two days coupled together something which is gonna make this deal. Fi. Obviously the whole rest of the world is on and really you. Look oil currencies and everything is is dependent on this. Even the US treasury option, which went badly was pats. Because perception that China hadn't turned up for it all these things the whole world is is interesting is because it does it is. It's a story. Well, obviously, it'll be a big story of China really didn't turn up to the to the ten year ocean. But it seems that he even the expectation that maybe they don't show is easy enough to put off his off is how this a look at the average the was pretty much a foreign buying which is putting looking at the right bias increase in the last few years you've seen a motoric buying options rather than. Straight through the data's additionally China leads that so all right buys. It was pretty much on average. But I just think it made people realize that this is any way that China compacts can fight back east by buying treasury bonds, even that self home because of the much them nonetheless. There is always that fear that the the foreign ownership. Treasuries has been steadily fooling it'd be much more reliant on domestic buying but yields have dropped significantly. They were you know, year ago or so in the sort of three hundred seven we'll hit comes through a half a now with that load two and a half percent ten year. There isn't this isn't a bog down here that full ever going to get a bit of a boss right now the cover was over two times. Let's not get too excited about it. But it was the worst metrics for ten years the ten year old AMI the today. So it's just a
"aberdeen" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Aberdeen marijuana and bay. Head is suspended. Limited train services. Available north of Aberdeen man, Juan all because of a down of wire near Middletown. A twelve year old Yonkers boys in grave condition after apparently shooting himself in the head embassy for New York is reporting the boy was found shot in his home on never hand avenue. Sunday night, a younger neighbor was also in the home at the time. But was in another part of the house. Police believe the tragedy was an accident. And it say, it seems the boy fired the gun twice with one bullet hitting a window and the other hitting him in head. Citi bike is pulling its electric bikes off New York City streets over safety concerns about the brakes. Dozens of writers say they'd been hurt while riding bikes in the Big Apple over the past few months, so Citi bike pulled its one thousand pedal assist bikes on Sunday lift which own Citi. Bike took the same action in San Francisco, and in Washington DC, the company says it'll install standard bikes, fill the gap saying service shouldn't be affected. I'm Sara Lee Kessler for seventy seven WABC news down forty three points. The NASDAQ down twenty sixty s down five nets at seventy Sixers in game two of the Eastern Conference. First round a Mets Phillies at seven oh five. And now your forecast on the Ramsey Mazda weather center, a wind advisory is in effect for most of the area today. Any rain falling will end, then the mix of sun and clouds and increasingly windy tonight. Partly cloudy and breezy, low forty three tomorrow sunny in the morning, then increasing clouds during the day shower is possible in the evening, high sixty five from the Ramsey Mazda weather. Center. It's currently fifty eight degrees in New York. Sixty two degrees in Dumont. Here's.
"aberdeen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Aberdeen. Received dispersedly tar on his birthday. And began working to master led zeppelin's. Not that relevant thrust with the story. ABC news reports. On Hoda Madonna the Alabama woman who flew to Syria to link up with. Isis. While there. She was active on social media calling on terrorists to quote, spill American blood. Now, the same ABC news that made seventeen year old Knicks Sandman out to be the devil because he stood still while the American Indian supposed v. Vietnam veteran who isn't came walking up trying to bait him that same now writes ABC, news writes or says. Mcdonagh was twenty years old when she left her home in Hoover, Alabama. In two thousand fourteen to become the bride of an ISIS fighter in Syria. Now, a mother and a widow she's living in a refugee camp. ABC news makes her out to be the victims saying she was ready for this lured by says, she was lured it was magnetic. She couldn't even help herself. This trance she was in caused her to leave Alabama and go to Syria have a child by an ISIS terrorist and write things about killing the Americans who'd been so kind to her for the course of her life. Isn't that interesting? It's not like it was a spur of the moment accident. She turned left when she should have turned. Right. You gotta work to get to Syria. That's not easy. She told her family at the time. She was going on a school trip to Atlanta. And instead, she hopped a plane to Syria. If we're dumb enough to let this woman back into this country than we deserve, exactly. What we get exactly if people like this don't suffer the punishment, the consequences of their actions. Well, for those of you thinking that quick sand only exists in cartoons or old westerns think. Again, a man from Arizona got stuck in quicksand while he was hiking with his girlfriend in a national park in Utah over the weekend. His left leg was stuck up to his knee. And he said it felt like concrete so his girlfriend had to hike out for three hours and call for help all during a winter storm even after the helicopter rescue. They had to spend the night in the park and head to the hospital the next day. There was no chance of moving it at all the sanded surrounded the whole leg and the best way to describe. It would be just standing in a puddle of concrete that basically just dries instantly. I.
"aberdeen" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Margaret in Aberdeen Washington. Hey, Margaret, your thoughts on the state of the union. I'll Hello, Tom. Thank you every champion. You know, I feel like I've been I picked up on a party line from the day. This name to all the comments in originally. I was going to call in and talk about all Durant's and raves. But you know, I feel like we need to stop criticizing all the same states of all the unions. All nations is usually all is. Well, all is good always strong. And but thanks to your pas and broadcasting I I was going to go on and rant about the abortion issue all the issues, but the one last commercial you had what's on your rant on climate change. And that is one that is one topic that never came. Yeah. And but I wish is at alternation. Albany nations would come out and come together and say combine our resources save our planet. We don't want to defeat and destroy the environment. We want to surrender and replenish, everything we Chuck, and I know that sounds a little strange, but. I just wanted to put that out there. Thank you. Yeah. Very well said Margaret, and I agree. The the climate is a huge issue. In fact, it's probably the way we need a planetary address. Yeah. FC agreed Margaret, thank you. I am spot on. And and one of the worst things that Donald Trump has done is take us out of this out of the climate change agreement by the way, I mentioned there was something else. I wanted to read about or or just share with you. Ralph Northam is the governor of Virginia. He's the guy who has black face on his college yearbook. And and I've been calling for him to resign. A lot of other people are calling for him to resign. Then then the next if he leaves the governor would be Justin Fairfax, who's the Lieutenant governor young African American guy who has a great career, but he's been accused of sexual assault. Now, he's saying no this woman who was in his hotel room. I think it was. And he says whatever happened there was consensual and it popped up later, and this is a political hit job and whatnot. But if he doesn't survive that then the next person that the constitution of Virginia says becomes governor is Mark herring. Who is the attorney general? And if it's not Mark herring than it goes to the legislature where they might just pull a name out of a hat, and it might be a Republican. And Mark herring. Just came out and said when he in one thousand nine hundred eighty he wore black face for a skit about something, you know. So this is getting really weird and what's this with black face? And and Virginia is I don't as I said earlier. I I grew up in Michigan. I I knew a black face was I'd seen it on in the cartoons. You know, I've seen it on old Al Jolson, movies and stuff. But I never I literally never to the best of my recollection through all the years. I was in elementary school junior high school high school. I never heard a in college for that matter in Michigan at Lansing community, college and MSU never heard a reference to black face. Never saw anybody. You know, is this something that southern white people? Do I mean, I'm just? If you live in Virginia. Lemme no, I'm just baffled by this. But in any case, this is going to start getting very very weird. And the stakes are very high now for the Democrats in Virginia. So we'll see how it all plays out. Bruce in Franklin park, Illinois, Bruce, what's on your mind today? Oh, thank you. Thank you. Appreciate the show today and every day for sure, thanks. I wanted. I wanted to mention a something that hasn't been mentioned a news mainstream media other media, any of the any of the liberal media is a woman gave birth time in a facility in Amazon facility in Arizona and a bathroom the baby was found dead later by a a janitor later that evening, the woman gave birth her name was Samantha Vivian. And I wanna I wanna expose the fact that everybody that dictum to Amazon, but doesn't see the cruelty behind the Amazon policy sweatshops this woman head south. She had no no other choice, but to go to work give birth in a stall somebody gave her some in her stall on. She's in there for an extended period time. I'm reading right now, Tom she she gave birth and at an extended period time in the bathroom, someone gave her some paper towels because she was bleeding so much. And unfortunately, she left the baby she put for some reason, she put the baby in the bathroom and went back to work left work at three thirty as usual. Yeah. Maybe it was founded that I don't think they, you know. Hey, Bruce, thanks for the call. I don't know what you're talking about here. I'm you know, I I'm not doubting that it's a real story. But I can't say that it is a little uncomfortable having things that salacious beyond my air when I can't verify their truth. But be if if.
"aberdeen" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Aberdeen and Frederick. Stay connected and stay informed on the number one. News talk station. Talkradio six eighty WCBS Baltimore and wcbMcom. Calling for unity on Jack Callaghan. Fox News, President Trump telling congress Tuesday night in his state of the union message. They can choose between results or resistance, and he urged them to work together with him to achieve greatness pitching. Better trade deals infrastructure improvements money to fight HIV and childhood cancers and paid family leave, but the president still insisting on a border wall in the past most of the people in this room voted for a wall. But the proper wall never got built. I will get it built. Telling congress there will be a border barrier within two years in the official democrat response. Former Georgia house minority leader Stacey Abrams critical of the administration's handling of migrants at the border. We know bipartisanship could craft a twenty-first-century immigration plan, but this administration chooses to cage children and tear families apart Abrahams also called the three week government shutdown stunts orchestrated by the president's Republican Senator Georgia's Senator David Purdue says the president's speech represented the best in America. Connie is moving people are getting jobs. Incomes arising. You know, this is a situation where optimism America is back after a decade of the lowest economic performance in US history. With house speaker Nancy Pelosi was upset by what the president didn't say. Security.
How to Stay Sharp As You Age
"Were often council that we should use it or lose it, particularly when it comes to keeping your mind sharp when you got a bit older, they're saying abounding crossword day keeps dementia bay, but are they actually true. A new study out in the British medical journal says not is colleges. Duncan astle. No. He wasn't involved in this study directly, but he does work on similar research projects Cambridge University, and he's been taking the findings Forrest welcome to the program Duncan. So first of all who's done. This study has been done by a group in Aberdeen led by Rodger stuff institute Medical Sciences with his colleagues, and what would they seek into find out why they recruited a group of sixty four year olds. And then they followed those individuals over the next fifteen years. Seeing each person five times each within that time period. And each time we saw them they measured different cognitive skills, like short term, memory and attention skills. And they also conducted a questionnaire, which they called the intellectual engagement questionnaire. Ask questions about in do you enjoy reading do you enjoy problem solving crosswords? Are you curious to you want to learn about new things like social media? And what they wanted to explore was how the relationship between these two different types of measures changes over that fifteen year period. And does this give them the power critically to control for people who start off from a good point? Because if taking the idea that if I do loss across words, this will defer dementia if I'm starting from a high point, then another person, it may just be that. I was always good at doing crosswords, and I'll just keep doing crosswords, and I have a low risk of dementia anyway versus someone who doesn't do many crosswords starts Molo point, the dementias manifest more, obviously soon. So that's very good questions, the parental. No problem with studying cognitive aging is that it takes a very long time to study it. And so you often end up studying people over relatively short periods of times to fifteen years sounds like a long time. But of course, in within the span, even that's short period of time. But there's something very special about these individuals and that all of them took part in a study in nineteen forty seven when they were all eleven years old. And as part of that study they conducted a cognitive assessment. So they had this very good baseline of cognitive ability from many years before the study even started what they initially hoped to see was that the trajectory of decline in the cognitive skills would be altered by the degree of intellectual engagement from the question as those people who are more intellectually engaged much reduced decline in cognitive skills as they get older. But what they found actually wasn't that the response on the questionnaire moderate the rate of decline they just found that people who were more intellectually engaged had better. A cognitive skills. Overall and everybody declines at roughly the same rate. Right. So the whole idea of use it or lose it is therefore it's a myth. It's not gonna work that way. It's not so much that it's a myth. It's the myth part. I guess is is about the trajectory. So what this study and some other previous have shown is that essentially what predicts good cognitive health in older age is good cognitive health throughout the lifespan, essentially, these people start off further from some kind of functional threshold so they have to drop before they start experiencing cognitive difficulties. Does this mean, then if you've reached old age, and and you've never been that Sharpe's tool in the draw is too late. Or are you saying actually you gotta make the most of what you have got. I think you probably have to make the most of what you have gone. So it's very hard to demonstrate that doing cross wasn't. So on will cause you to have better cognitive health. But it certainly can't hurt. But we do know that there are lots of other. Factors that are very good predictors of cognitive, health and odor ageing difference. Having good cardiovascular health is a great producer of having good cognitive health. So lead healthy life from the get-go. This have the best likelihood of preserving your intellect into old age line.
Migrant caravan arrives in border town Tijuana
"Is also sanctioning Republican Mark meadows of North Carolina for failing to take decisive action to deal with complaints of a key. Aide. Kellyanne Conway's husband is edit again, Tom Roberts, explains Conway is a senior White House adviser and her husband, George is a veteran Republican who is very critical of President Trump on the who program skulduggery, George Conway mixed in colorful, expletive while calling the Whitehouse dumpster fire. President Trump was recently asked about Conway's criticisms and said reporters should ask Kellyanne Conway. About it. He also referred to George Conway. As Mr. Kellyanne Conway, Tom Roberts, NBC News Radio. A grandma and Maryland is celebrating her. I try to lottery game with a huge jackpot, the seventy seven year old Aberdeen woman. One more than ten thousand dollars after playing the tracks virtual horse racing game for the first time. She said she normally only sticks to scratch offs. But this time she felt the urge to play the horse racing game. The lucky grandma plans to use her winnings to pay off bills and by holiday presents for her family. John Jeffreys NBC News Radio talking locally
Woman who killed three people in gun rampage was suffering from mental illness
"The woman who killed three people yesterday and wounded others before shooting herself to death at a Rite Aid warehouse in Aberdeen had been diagnosed with mental illness and used a largely purchaser illegally purchased gun in the rampage are for county. Sheriff Jeffery Geller said today, the suspect a twenty six year old from the overly area in Baltimore County have been diagnosed with a mental illness in two thousand sixteen that's as far as I'll go with it. He said any added he's she had become increasingly agitated in recent weeks relatives have been concerned for her
Maryland woman kills three people and herself in warehouse gun rampage
"Working at a drugstore warehouse in Maryland opened fire on colleagues killing three people before fatally shooting herself authorities say the temporary worker 26-year-old snow Chia Moseley got into an argument shortly before the incident at the Rite Aid distribution facility in Aberdeen people shot inside and outside the business. We believe it began outside and moved inside Harford county sheriff Jeffery Galler says there's no motive at this time. She was armed with one hand gun and several magazines. No shots were fired by any law enforcement responder workers at the facility described. Terrifying. Moments of what they called crazy gunfire. People screaming and running in all directions. The sheriff says the shooter used a nine millimeter Glock that was registered in her name. She died at a hospital from a self inflicted, gunshot wound. The attack comes almost three months after manatee newspaper office in Annapolis. Maryland five. Five staff members were killed in that shooting.