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AP News Radio
UConn routs Gonzaga 82-54 for first Final Four in 9 years
"The Connecticut huskies are headed to the final four for the first time since 2014 after an 82 54 west regional final win over Gonzaga. Yukon scored the final three points of the first half and then started the second half on a 21 to 5 run. Huskies head coach Dan Hurley. Obviously we were just playing at a super high level, but we're not, I don't think we're obviously surprised by the margin of victory, but not surprised about where we're going next because this is who we've been for a large part of the season. Andrew Hawkins led the huskies with 20 points knocking down 6 three pointers while Alex caravan added 12. I'm Adam spelling.
AP News Radio
Virginia Tech keeps rolling in March Madness, tops Tennessee
"The Ohio State buckeyes of Virginia tech hokies have advanced to the elite 8 of the NCAA women's basketball tournament. Ohio State moved forward with a 73 61 win over Connecticut. Cody McMahon scored 18 of her team high 23 points in the first half as the buckeyes stopped the husky short of the final four for the first time since 2007. We looked at it as any other game and I feel like that's really what helped us not to feed in the fact that they are Yukon. This is a great program. The region's top seed, Virginia tech advanced with a 73 64 win over Tennessee. Georgia amor led the hokies with 29 points. Jim Bernard Seattle
AP News Radio
FAU holds off Nowell and K-State to reach 1st Final Four
"Florida Atlantic, the 9th seat in the east is headed to the final four after winning the east regional final 79 76 over Kansas state. The owls were down 63 57 with 8 and a half minutes remaining, but then scored the next ten points to take the lead for good and shocked the college basketball world. Brian greenley scored 16 points including four three pointers for FAU. They could say what we want to say we're a Cinderella team, say we don't belong, but we've constantly proven people wrong. All season. It will be the first trip to the final four for Florida Atlantic, which had to overcome a 30.12 assist performance by the wildcats marquise Noel, who was the regional's most outstanding player. Tom, New York
AP News Radio
Rangers rally for 4 straight goals, beat Panthers 4-3
"The rangers damage the Panthers playoff hopes with the four three win at Florida. Patrick Kane scored the tie breaking goal early in the third period. It was Kane's 450th career goal. He played long enough, you know, sometimes you reach these milestones, so obviously not the prettiest one, but I'll take it. You're a slav halak stopped 31 shots in his first win in 5 star since February 11th. Alexei lafraniere and Filipino each had a goal and an assist to help New York win for the 8th time in ten games. Alexander barkov scored twice and Sergei bobrovsky stopped 38 shots. I'm Dave ferry.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Why Simon Campbell Went to War With Local Pennsylvania Authorities
"Those who missed our chat on my newsmax show recently in the last time you were on the show, just give us a little crazy little summary of why you went to war with the local authorities in Pennsylvania and who ended up winning eventually. Yeah, right. Well, the local school board in Pennsylvania a bunch of 9 left wing radical liberals were silencing people at public comments, three citizens before me got silenced. That's why I showed up in Malibu. They weren't allowed to speak. Exactly. They showed up a public comment to criticize the critical race theory program and they were basically told to shut up, sit down and be quiet. And it was all on videotape. So I found out about it. And I'm like, right, well, you're going to get a piece of my mind. And they tried to shut me up as you saw. And so the four of us sued them in federal court for First Amendment violations. And we won an injunctive order against the district saying you're not allowed to enforce this piece of garbage unconstitutional speech policy. And then they ended up selling the case for $300,000. Paid to the lawyers, of course, because the lawyers make the money. And for my trouble as a plaintiff, I got the grand total of $17 91 cents. Now you tell me Sebastian, 1791. Does that ring a bell to you? I love it. I just want to know, how did you engineer that your reward was $70 and 91 cents? Well, here's the thing. When you file a First Amendment lawsuit, you can only get what's called nominal damages because it's not like you're claiming you broke your back or anything like that. And so you have to put a figure in for the court and I said, well, I will update it. It means something. I want the year the Bill of Rights as enacted. I want those suds to send a British citizen a check for 1791 and don't mess with it, but a citizen's First Amendment rights again or I'll get 1791 from you.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Boris Epshteyn Reacts to Ron DeSantis' Latest Interview
"Talk about the disaster that is Alvin Bragg, but first things first. A couple of disastrous interviews for Ron DeSantis without pathetic individual peers and Morgan, then he didn't exactly shower himself with glory with my colleague at Eric bolling, and then Ron DeSantis had this comment to make, which I found rather amusing. This is cut 5 baron your reaction. So here's the thing, I think these are people who are in the political class, journalists class, politicians, and like D.C. in particular, they get mad, I don't do the cocktail parties. I don't like rubbing elbows with other people. I like doing my job and then spending time with my family. That's just what I do. A lot of the people that are criticizing, you know, they would say, oh, he doesn't do well with donors. He doesn't glad him with him. And yet I raise more money than any non presidential candidate in the history of America. Are you kidding me? So we tend to do. We do well. But I do think that ideal better with regular people than I do with some of the people in the political class. Help me out here, mister senior adviser for the Trump 2024 campaign. Allegedly, the governor of Florida doesn't like robbing elbows with donors, doesn't do the cocktail circuit, but he didn't speak at cpac because he wasn't a big fundraiser. I'm confused. Help me out, baron. There is anything to use a considering that he just had a few weeks ago I had a whole concept multi day concept at a very decrepit, very every day, very middle American resort called the four seasons in Palm Beach, Florida. This is absolute typical establishment nonsense like Mitt Romney used to find in an airplane to Iowa and get into a get into a fancy car. Find those private jets, get into a fancy limo and then get into a Chevrolet to go to a rally. Typical inauthentic old school politics, which has failed time and time again and it is not what the American people want. The American people want authenticity from president Donald J Trump.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Every Bad Idea Comes From a College With Candace Owens
"Look at the world right now in America and this is a fact. We have never produced students that have graduated with lower IQs. It is a fact, since the establishment of the Department of Education, the collective IQ is going down in America, okay? So they federalize the education system and we're getting dumber and dumber and dumber. If you go back and you reread the writings of people that had no formal education and were Civil War soldiers, read what they wrote to their parents, it's like poetry. The way that they describe what they're seeing when they're writing letters back home, no average American can write like that. I would be challenged to write like that. It's literally poetic. So what has happened? How is it plausible that we've never produced kids with this law of a collective IQ? And yet, at the exact same time, we have never handed out more degrees in American society. Does that make sense? Does that can we chart that how are we kids are getting dumber with their getting more degrees? And why is that happening? But because the government understands that to give you a degree is to give you an inflated sense of ego, right? How stupid to think that you should spend four years and a $100,000 to receive a degree in gender studies. You don't dumb that is. You don't have done that is. You get out into the real world. And what happens is you realize that nobody in the history of the world anywhere at any time ever said quick, get me a gender studies major. I really need a gender studies major to help me in this. It's never happened. So these kids spend all of their time getting these degrees four years, $25 that they go into the world and they get punched in the face by free markets and capitalism. They realize nobody wants them. And then they turn around and they meet these kids that didn't go to college, right? They didn't acquire any debt that jumped right into the workforce that have real skills and can work with their hands and they realize, hey, wait a second, Johnny, that I went to high school with and has no debt is now running a business where he fixes AC's and he's cleaning up and he's making millions a year. How is that possible? Because let me tell you, everybody at some point in their life, especially if they live in the south, they said, please, for the love of God in the summertime, I will pay you anything to fix my air conditioner,
AP News Radio
Tuch has 2 goals, assist as Sabres beat Devils 5-4
"Alex tuck scored twice and had an assist as the Sabres beat the devil's 5 four. Tuck had his goals in the second period to put buffalo ahead 5 two. Come out and get the first one and the first few was big for us. Obviously we don't quite like how we ended by letting them back in it, but we got the win on some matters. Dylan cousins and Jack Quinn, each had a goal and an assist, tage Thompson netted his 44th goal and the sabers entered a four game losing streak. The Devils lost for the 5th time in 6 games despite Jack Hughes, who had two goals in an assist. The outcome prevented New Jersey from clinching a playoff birth and kept them two points off the metropolitan division lead. I'm Dave ferry.
AP News Radio
Jenner's OT goal lifts Blue Jackets over Islanders 5-4
"The blue jacket slowed the islanders playoff push with a 5 four overtime win against New York. Columbus blew a four two lead in the third period, but wanted on Boone Jenner's power play goal 40 seconds into OT. The jacket searched ahead in the second period on goals by Liam foudy, Kent Johnson and Eric Robinson. Macau pal Mary sparked the islanders come back early in the third period. We're going to try and salvage a point and thought we maybe left another one on the table there. Brock Nelson notched his second goal of the night, giving the islanders a much needed point. New York is three points ahead of the penguins for the first wild card slot and four ahead of the Panthers. I'm Dave ferry.
AP News Radio
4 ex-cops charged in Tyre Nichols' death barred from police
"A Tennessee commissions voted to strip away police powers from four of the 5 officers fired and charged in the deadly beating of motorists Tyree Nichols in Memphis. The peace officer standards and training commission has voted to decertify three of the 5 officers arrested in connection with the fatal beating of Tyree Nichols in January. A fourth officer, Desmond mills, voluntarily surrendered his certification. His lawyer said it's meaningless at this point, and that his time was better spent defending his client, saying mills was wrongly indicted on the second degree murder count. The lawyer for another fired officer maintained that Nichols was violent during the stop. The Memphis police department had requested the decertification of 7 former officers, including a supervisor who retired before he could be terminated. I'm Jackie Quinn
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Dr. Sebastian Gorka: 'Rule of Law' Should Matter to Ron DeSantis
"Doctor Sebastian gorka, was talking to Eric bolling over at newsmax yesterday and incidentally, how about that big victory for newsmax back on DirecTV? Looks like looked like there was enough of a pushback that AT&T, the parent company are, yeah, AT&T, the parent company of DirecTV, saw fit to return newsmax to their big platform. Which is big news for newsmax. I'm sure they're celebrating over there. Here's Eric. Talking to our colleague, Sebastian gorka, and doctor G doesn't sound like he's much of a Ron DeSantis fan. Let's just say the governor of Florida has not shout himself in glory in the last four days. Let's remind everybody that president Trump is a resident of the state of Florida that he is governor of. He says nothing for 48 hours about the impending arrest of the 45th and potentially 47th president of the United States. And then in the press conference on Monday on another topic he's asked and he does this snarky thing twice. He has to talk about hush money for porn stars twice and get giggles from the peanut gallery. It's an NDA. I signed an NDA with president Trump in 2015 and I ain't no porn star. I was writing security papers for the presidential nominee debate and an NDA is absolutely normal. So the idea that he says this is none of our business I'm going to concentrate on Florida. You're a former jagran rule of law should matter to you in the interview with pays Morgan was a bloody embarrassment.
AP News Radio
Gwyneth Paltrow expected to testify in ski collision trial
"Actor and entrepreneur Gwyneth Paltrow is expected to testify at her Utah trial of her man's claims that she recklessly collided with him on a ski slope years ago. Retired optometrist, Terry Sanderson, is asking a ten member jury to award $300,000 in damages, saying Gwyneth Paltrow broke four of his ribs and left him with a concussion and lasting injuries when the Oscar winner ran into him on a beginner ski run at deer valley resort 7 years ago, Thursday's testimony featured medical experts a ski companion and his daughter polygraph, who said she noticed bringing post concussion symptoms, Paltrow's attorney, Steve Owens, questioned Gresham, about emails in which Sanderson mentioned Paltrow's celebrity, and GoPro footage of the incident that is still missing and was not presented at the trial. He's famous because he collided with a celebrity, right? That's how I take that. Paltrow says Sanderson caused the crash, and his countersuing for attorney's fees and a dollar. Next week, Paltrow's team is expected to call medical experts ski instructors and her two children Moses and Apple. I'm Jennifer King
AP News Radio
Elderly Ukrainian helicopters pummel Russians from afar
"Flying low over the treetops, three Soviet era helicopters, bank and swoop down onto a field returning from an early morning mission to the front lines in the fight against Russia. According to the helicopter commander, each day they fly up to four sorties, the two crew MI 24 attack helicopter built about 40 years old is older than he is. The pilot from Ukraine's 12th army aviation brigade says we're carrying out combat tasks to destroy enemy vehicles and enemy personnel, we're working with attacks from a distance from where the enemy can't get us with their air defense system. The war in Ukraine is largely an artillery one, with territory being fought inch by inch under a barrage of shells and missiles, but the pilot says Ukraine's aviation capabilities play a significant role in the fight. I'm Charles De Ledesma
AP News Radio
Gonzaga beats UCLA 79-76 in Sweet 16 on Strawther's shot
"Gonzaga is headed to the elite 8 after Julian's trout there's three pointer with 7 seconds to play help send the third seeded bulldogs to a 79 76 west regional semifinal win over second seeded UCLA. Strauder's three pointer answer to Mari Bailey's three and it helped Gonzaga overcome a 13 point halftime deficit. Those are literally the moments you dream of, you know, just to even make a shot like that in March Madness. And then just to be back home in Vegas, it's like the cherry on top. Drew Timmy scored 36 points for Gonzaga, who will take on fourth seeded Connecticut on Saturday after the huskies beat 8 seeded Arkansas 88 65 behind 24 points from Jordan Hawkins. I'm Adam spelling.
AP News Radio
Okoro's 3-pointer sends Cavaliers past Nets 116-114
"The Cavaliers pulled out a one 16 one 14 win over the nets on Isaac okoro's three pointer from the corner with .7 seconds remaining. A Korra's late bucket gave him 11 points and sent the Cavaliers to their 8th victory in ten games. Cleveland trailed one 12 one O four with two 13 remaining before closing on a 12 two run. Donovan Mitchell delivered 31 points and Evan mobley added 26 with 16 rebounds. Brooklyn dropped its 5th straight game despite Michael bridges, who had a game high 32 points. Spencer Dinwiddie finished with 25 points and 12 assists for the nets. I'm Dave ferry.
AP News Radio
Pastrnak gets 49th goal, Bruins top Montreal, 5th win in row
"The bruins made it 5 straight wins by doubling up the Canadians four two. David pasternak notched his 49th goal and the bruins 55th win. 7 off the NHL victory record with 11 games remaining. Pasternak also had an assist, giving him 95 points. Tyler bertuzzi had a goal and an assist, Jake de brus scored on a breakaway and David Crecy added an insurance goal. It was bertuzzi's first goal since joining Boston this month. Jeremy swayman stopped 29 shots for the bees, allowing power play goals by Nick Suzuki and Kirby dock. I'm Dave ferry.
AP News Radio
Fox ends scoring drought as Rangers clip Hurricanes 2-1
"Adam Fox finally scored a goal and pushing the rangers past the hurricanes two to one. Fox had gone 24 straight games without a goal before netting the game winner four O one into the third period. They're in first place in our division for a reason. They play hard. They play a structured game, but we got our chances and capitalized on it and I thought we battled real hard today. Our temi Panera and also scored and assisted on the game winners, the blue shirts earned a split of their two game set with Carolina. Mika's advantage had set up both rangers goals and Igor shishkin stopped 29 shots. The night wasn't a total loss for the canes, who clinched their 5th straight playoff birth when the Panthers lost in regulation. I'm Dave ferry
The Officer Tatum Show
Our Country Deserves a Moralistic Standard
"I honestly believe in our country we should have a standard. I don't think that, you know, you should be mad at somebody if they want to identify with a certain way and be gay or whatever. But I do think that there should be things put in place to keep a moralistic standard, which means that marriage is between a man and woman and that's it. If you want to have some type of government, recognition, then you can call it a civil union with benefits and all other stuff that come with what they call government sanctioned marriages or government related marriages. You could do that, but just don't call it marriage. Because then when you call it marriage, then you start encroaching on all kinds of other things that are morally inconsistent. I believe with the foundation of this country. And the same thing with like trans and stuff. Okay, you can be trans, but you have to be an adult. It is against the law, the transition your kids outside of the age of 18. That's what I think should happen. Give them kids a chance to grow up, give them a chance to figure out what they're doing in life. It's a young girl, jazzy, what's her name, Jennings? Jazzy Jennings I made a video about her, her mama. The other day. It got almost a million views. This young girl, they transitioned her at four years old. And this is my biggest problem, and I feel like people are probably mad at Uganda and some of these African nations for Bannon and stuff because I think they see the writing on the wall and they're fearful of their society being taken over like ours have been in some of these cases. They transition this year at four years old.
"about four" Discussed on WTOP
"County route 7. Westbound stop and go for about four miles through Ashburn the car that burned between lands down boulevard and Belmont ridge road. Traffic was stopped, put it out, the caller says it is now two right lanes getting by slowly westbound on 7 heading for Leesburg at a slow westbound on 66 heading for Centreville. It slow on fairfax boulevard, westbound, west of one 23 into the long-term work zone. It's also slow east bound on 66 into centerville. Cones around blocking the right main lane of three. That's where a crash was moved last hour. So they might be doing some sort of road work related to that. It's heavy all around the beltway, many portions in Virginia, 95 south of the beltway, of course, both ways on 95. Three 95 southbound from the southwest freeway into Arlington, it is still slow, but the crash before glee broad is clear. Maryland beltway interlude very heavy out of Silver Spring. Long-standing crash after New Hampshire on the right, coming out of Baltimore 95 southbound is jammed after the south side of the beltway before I one 95. The crash reported on the right side on I 97 northbound before the Baltimore beltway, the crash on the right, 50 eastbound, miserably slow from Annapolis to the bay bridge because it's breezy today. There's no chance for two way traffic on the westbound span. And with wind warnings in effect, only two lanes are open toward Kent island eastbound on route 50. Route three O one, southbound and brandywine. We have not yet gotten the all clear on the work zone south, a brandywine crossing. It was on the right side, and that would explain why traffic is so much worse. Southbound on three O one right now, northbound on three O one near Frank tippett road, there was a crash on the right side. Meadows farms nurseries fault mulch madness sale is here now through October 26th, get four bags of mulch for 1555, visit Meadows farms, nursery, nearest you or Meadows farms dot com. Dave delvine WTO traffic. Amelia Draper has our lovely forecast high Amelia. Nice autumn weather continues as we look toward the end of the work week with cold mornings and pleasant after noons
"about four" Discussed on WTOP
"Line That CBS News correspondent Jonathan vigliotti and red lodge Montana It's one 48 Traffic and weather on the 8s here's Joe Conway in the WTO traffic center starting off in Maryland sandy eastbound 50 to the Chesapeake Bay bridge you're jammed up from at least bay Dale drive about four and a half to 5 miles of slowdowns that take you all the way to and across the bridge bins which are running two lanes east and three lanes west westbound there was a delay reported near canton arrows but really apparently the only complication we had for westbound travelers coming back from the eastern shore In fact it's already better there looking at the nearby traffic camera Elsewhere in Maryland Baltimore Parker nothing complicated 95 northbound slows and stretches from the ICC to the rest area north of two 16 nothing but volume for you beltway a couple of volume delays through Montgomery county but nothing complicated two 70 northbound off and on slow out of clarksburg toward Frederick breaks to 70 south working near Montgomery village avenue just beyond that work zone is blocking the two right lane state of the left to get by Back over into anaerobic county I 97 sat down jammed out of crownsville to the crash on the rem to go eastbound route 50 that crashed the last report was blocking at least most of the exit ramp to go east on 50 There you'll be under police direction but expect a long slow ride as you make your way through and watch for the police who will be there to help We've got plenty of response there apparently but we don't have a good camera shot unfortunately Driving in Virginia on the capitol beltway on the end of the approaching two 36 debris along the right side of the roadway help us there to get kicked out of the way on around the beltway on the inadequate slow out of Tyson's toward the American legion bridge and a heavy volume delay 95 going south usual slowdowns beginning around knowing to most of the way and stretches toward triangle then often on slow toward Fredericksburg the easy pass lanes are northbound mainline 95 northbound briefly slowing through Freddie's briefly at the aqua Quan three 95 northbound is jam from The Pentagon toward the inbound 14th street bridge over toward the third street tunnel We are brought to buy snow heating and air buying a coolant and by a new cooling and heating system from snow and save up to a $1000 installed as soon as tomorrow or it's free visit Snell easy book dot.
"about four" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Michael Riedel in the morning. 7 10 W. O R. We'd like to welcome Robert Donnelly to the program. He and his wife, Linda, would literally flooded out of their home in Manville, New Jersey, Uh, they can't live there and we'll let Robert tell the story, but he did get to meet with President Biden yesterday. Robert. Good morning to you. Thanks for hopping on with us and give us the extent of what happened to your home. Good morning, And thanks for having me on, um Basically, the floodwaters came in very quickly. Uh, Covered the basement windows and then just started flowing into the basement. Very fast basement filled up very fast, and by the time it was full, it was at our front and backdoors. I started filling up the first floor. We moved up to the second floor where our son and daughter were. They were up there and we have my wife and daughter. Big animal lovers. So we have six cats and a big £100 dog that we have to get upstairs as well. By the time everyone was upstairs, there is probably two ft of water in the first floor, and by the time all was said, and done, there was Over three FT of water on the first floor. We tried to wait it out. Basically, uh Once a house that was about four lots from our house exploded literally, and we felt The earth shake We are we called for rescue and the The amazing rescuers showed up and got us all have all the cats kids. Me and my wife, giant dog that I have to carry through the have floodwaters. But we we made it out and I can't thank the rescuers enough. Robert, Where are you? Where you guys living now? We're at my, uh, my in laws house in Springfield. Mhm. Did they did they have to come by that? They have to come by boat to get you, Robert. Yeah. So? So what happened was, um They They were going around throughout the neighborhood and votes. Um and they would basically kind of knock on your door. We're really the second floor window and ask if you wanted to get out and some people said Yeah, you know, I'll take the boat right and most people exited through the second floor window. And we, like many of our neighbors said Well, we're going to. We're going to try to wave it out. But Uh, once, uh, once the house is, you know, clearly, appliances were being pulled out of walls with natural gas were filling up with gas and any kind of spark..
"about four" Discussed on WGN Radio
"About four minutes of weightlessness. However, this will be a test flight that will help evaluate how the experience will be for future paying customers. Authorities in central Illinois are assessing the damage after possible tornadoes moved through the area yesterday. No one was injured, but trees and power lines were knocked down 3 to 5 possible tornadoes were sighted in cast and Skylar counties, the National Weather Service is investigating and across Florida people living in the thousands of condominiums rising above the state's 1300 miles of coastline. Wonder if the building collapse in Surfside could happen to them. At the same time, authorities at the state and local level are talking about what they can do to make sure that it doesn't the vast majority of cities and counties do not require re inspection of the building once it is completed. And a passenger car and the Stevenson was hit by gunfire early this morning, happening around one o'clock near Pulaski and the south bound lanes for other occupants of the vehicle were not injured, the victim taken to an area hospital. Their condition is not known at this time. Forecast from the WGN Chicago Weather Center. Rain at times today A chance of thunderstorms this afternoon and high near 70 showers tonight perhaps an isolated thunderstorm and overnight low of 66 for tomorrow. Scattered showers. Maybe some sunshine later in the day and a high of 75. We have 68 now at O'Hare. And I'm Gabe Schwan on Chicago's very own. 7 20 w G. N.
"about four" Discussed on WBUR
"Blocking. With one download. Duck duck. Go privacy, simplified. From NPR and vur. I'm Robin Young. And I'm Tanya Mosley. It's here and now the skies over New York City lit up with fireworks last night to celebrate the state's lifting of coronavirus restrictions and across the country here in Los Angeles, more than 50,000 people fill Dodger Stadium for the first opening with full capacity. But as people celebrate the progress we've made in fighting Covid 19. The disease continues to claim lives more than 600,000. People have died in our country from Covid 19. That's more than the population of Baltimore. So what do we still need to know? And do as we work our way out of this pandemic. Let's bring in Dr Critica Kapali. She's an infectious disease expert at the Medical University of South Carolina. Welcome back. Hi. Thanks for having me. Doctor. Are you worried that we may be moving too fast and declaring victory over Covid 19? You know, I am a little bit concerned that we might be moving a bit too fast. I think that one of the things that I've learned the last year and a half is that every step of the way we get thrown curveballs when it comes to Covid 19. I think that, um we've been humbled by the virus and we've been Humbled by these new variants that we keep learning about. And, um, I do worry that we might be moving a bit too fast. Um, as we continue to learn about how these variants of concern are working, and and also, um, you know, we're still learning about how various populations of people are responding to the vaccine. And so I think, um, without having much more information about that, um, I get worried about Um, as prematurely declined victory, particularly when we're seeing what's happening around the west of the world with cases surging. Um you know, not just in parts of Southeast Asia but in Africa in the UK, you know all over the place. Right? Well about those variants, the CDC officially declared the delta variant of the virus a variant of concern. What does that mean? And how concerned should Americans be about this variant? Yeah. So, um, a variant of concern is a variant where there's evidence of increasing transmissibility. We see more severe disease and also a reduction in neutralization of antibodies that are generated during prior infection or vaccination. So it is concerning and and we've seen that this Delta variant is the most contagious variant that we've seen. Thus far. We know that it spreads about 50 to 60% faster than any of the other variants that we've seen. So it's more contagious than the prior variant. Um and you know, all one has to do is see what's happened in India. And over in, um, the U. K to get an idea of how concerning it should be just in the United States. So far, we've seen that it went from accounting for less than 3% of all infections to more than 6% and may account for almost 10% of all infections, and there's concern it will become the dominant street here so You know, um, that being said The one thing that we do see is that the vaccines still work relatively well against this variant. So that's good, But we need to be worried about the people who are not fully vaccinated. Those who have not been vaccinated and again, Um we're still learning about how the vaccines work and people who may be immune compromise, so I think it could cause outbreaks and parts of the country where people haven't been vaccinated. Let's talk a little bit more about those people who are most at risk. We know that the death rate has gone down dramatically since January, but there's still about 300 people who die from this disease on average every day. At this stage. Who are the people? We know some immuno compromised those who have not been vaccinated. But who are the people dying at relatively high rates? Who's at most risk net right now? Well, there's a study that came out recently from the CDC that people who are not getting vaccinated are mostly people in rural areas. Those are people who are less likely to have received the full course of the vaccine. So those are people where I'm most worried about. We are seeing younger people who are getting, um, a voted with disease because there's still that narrative out there that younger people can't get infected and then also our racial and ethnic minorities who they're still disparities when it comes to vaccination. So those are people we still really need to reach and we need to work with our healthcare providers or pharmacies are faith leaders and community partners to identify and address barriers to get people vaccinated. There's still a lot that we're learning, and there's still a lot of things we need to keep in mind. Safety precautions. I have just under 30 seconds with you. You know, we're not having the discussion anymore about masks and social distancing, But those are still very important steps to take right, doctor. I only have 15 seconds. Yes, Absolutely. Those are very important steps to take, especially in areas where there has not been great uptake of the vaccine, and if you're immune compromised especially very important. Dr Critica Kapali, infectious disease expert at the at the Medical University of South Carolina. I look forward to talking with you again. Thank you. Well. President Biden and Putin have had their hugely anticipated first meeting in Geneva. They are holding separate news conferences. President Biden has yet to speak. But here's Russian President Putin, speaking through an interpreter. I think there was no hostility Quite the contrary. Meeting took place. Principally speaking. Many of our positions. We don't share the same positions in many areas. But I think that both of these sides showed a willingness to understand one another. And to find ways to bring our positions closer together. The talks were quite constructive. No hostilities quite constructive. So what can we discern NPR White House correspondent Scott Detroit is here, Scott. It is very early days. But what is your initial reaction to what we've seen and heard in Geneva? You know, I think I think we all know at this point in time that we need to hear both sides of the story before we can make any firm conclusions. And of course, we are waiting to hear from President Biden. But I think That headline right there in that clip right. There shows that at least the very low bar that the White House had set for this meeting. To have a conversation to try and restore communications and get to a point of stability may have succeeded. There were a lot of questions of whether the fact that this meeting did not last quite as long as the White House said it might meant that things did not go well. But you're hearing Vladimir Putin right there saying, you know, as we heard useful talks, no hostility That was really the bar. The White House was trying to meet just to have conversations again, because really this relationship It is at a post Cold War low point Yeah, well, it did go on for about four hours. Do we know anything about what was actually discussed? We don't. I mean, Vladimir Putin is still speaking right now, And he's being asked about issue by issue, so we're still trying to get a clear sense. I think we'll we'll get a clear readout from the White House. At one point, we do know that going into this meeting, the White House had a lengthy list of topics, everything from Cybersecurity. Of course, the White House is pin blame on recent high profile ransomware attacks on on criminals within Russia, not necessarily Russian state actors, but people inside Russia. 22 nuclear stability to climate change to, of course, Putin's annexation of Crimea and Ukraine, something the international community has has has has opposed for years and really pushed back again. So a wide range of topics but again over and over. You heard the president and his advisers saying, We're just beginning conversations and and the fact that Putin says there was an agreement for Ambassador. Relationships to return seems to be a sign that it might have worked..
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"Sometimes. People need to be shown or the need to have an explanation and once that's finally unfolded for them. Then the like can begin to draw and for a lot of jews. It happened that way honey. I was raised in the church. I finally got. It was just gore rallying so shane because they just as so that was believe i station before not if i have forgive me but i think i told you we're contacts and i never want glasses. I hate glasses now. I will start off my day in my day with glasses. But i do not like glasses even though they can make life easier well when it was time for me to get checked in school for glasses. I knew the vision was that great avoided the eyeglass lady. They had a lady come dodger for about four years. But my eyesight declined to the point. Where i legally lined with context. So i mean i can see but i can't drive without some kind of eyewear will one day. She caught me. And i tried to. I say well. Yeah you know. Nobody i mean she had grabbed me by the ear and pulled me down to the machine and she said oh yeah so anyway Glasses were not working for me. Appearance gumming into context and my mom has said several times over the years after. I got the context. I said to her all see that there are words on the signs. That stop sign actually says. Stop no really. That's what i told her. My eyes had gotten that bad. So you talk about someone who has come to the white so speak. I literally had that experience and it was life changing for me all of a sudden now. I can read the chalkboard. I don't have to be up in the front row. Or if i'm riding my bicycle i can see that it's going to say this is a dead end street or whatever that might be an scripture works in the same kind of way when people finally come to an understanding of what it says and what they need to do and who they are then they are in that state of all and then they do perhaps not literally but at least internally figuratively speaking. They tremble at the word of god. Now i still wanna go back to marshes point but we'll see what you had to stand.
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"about four" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show
"Make sure you taste the pasta before you take it out of the water but the pasta should be al dente. Cut the avocado into small cubes and place it in a dish. Of course you're going to appeal the avocado and take out the nut in the middle. Then you're going to cut it into small cubes. Place it in the dish. The lemon juice is squeezed. That on top of the avocado does not get brown. You're going to set that aside. Clean the shrimp plays two tablespoons of olive oil in a saute pan and Heat that then. You're going to place in the shrimp that has been puled in clean and saute for one minute. I'd in the white wine saute that for about four minutes you know not too long because shrimp can get rubbery and until all the liquid has just about evaporated. You're going to remove that from the heat and set that aside. Drain your pasta. By this time. The pasta should be done. Drain the pasta. Well at the pasta into the saute pan with shrimp ad in the avocado cubes. The fresh corn another tablespoon of olive oil. And you're going to toss and serve this immediately while it's still warm and then you're going to garnish it with chopped fresh parsley and you know great some fresh pepper and pinch of salt on top if you would like. I don't use a lot of salt in my cooking but if you like the salt you know a little pinch of fresh all will do and there. You have it. So that's my penny pasta with fresh corn shrimp.
WGR 550 Sports Radio
"about four" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Cut short about four times referring to the fans. They got thrown out for taunting Bryson. He goes DME and get some free Michelob Ultra cases of beer. We're going to give some away. So that the saga of Bryson and Listen, continues. I'm all about them Giveaway Michelob Ultra because they're a great partner of the show. Matter of fact, we have a promotion going on right now where you can go to dashes market Delta Saadiq. Danny South in Danny's airport, where you can register to win a round of golf with me for you and two buddies and a price pack for Michelob Ultra, and we're gonna play either. Lancaster East Aurora Country Clubber Penalty Creek, so make sure you go and sign up for that. Um, you know, I tell you ready, they can get the hell Brooks is so focused. I don't think it's gonna throw him off. You know, He's one there the shambo so they can do that. You know, I don't think it's gonna throw them off. Don't Don't forget there's this the player promotion money. So you know, this is maybe feeling it for both of them. So they made both cash in on this deal. They might both be in on it. Hell, no. They could be all right. I want to tell you about so we yesterday we held a payment pan. It's a tournament. Uh, It's a small tournament that we hold every year and we play 27 holes. Brian, it was scramble. The final nine was alternate shot, but the middle nine worst ball scramble. Every time you take the worst of the two shots, Worst ball scramble. Worst, worst ball, so you can't give up on a whole. That's correct. So the first Hall of it, my partner hits it over 10 FT. Lancaster hits it over on the two fairway. I got Mexico. I'm gonna get over there too, Because that way we were both in the same spot. If I had a great drive, it didn't matter And I wanted to keep out of bounds out of play. It was mentally. Exhausting but also fun because he just kept laughing. Everybody are great shot. Now pull it back. Yeah, cool format. Absolutely. It was. It's cool but tough. A lot of great pro golf to watch this week, the memorial going on as we mentioned the U. S women's open at night Olympic going on and if you want to come here and play a Bobble Inc. A really, really cool spot to play here as we put a wrap here. We want to thank the general manager Tom Stern and Jim Draft the golf instructor here for joining us, But, Kev I mean, our last 10 seconds are here. So here just Come out and play. Bring your kids. It's a really cool family friends. It's a night out the night golf is an experience like none other here in western New York, and really around the country. There aren't many. This place is awesome. Absolutely Baba Link Here in Orchard Park. Bobble engulf dot com is the website. And we appreciate their support of T degree. All right. That'll put a wrap on our show for this week. Jeff Medias will be back with us next week for Kevin Sylvester. I'm Brian Colville. Corey Grizzled back in our studios. Thank you, Cory. Live here at Baba Link..
"about four" Discussed on 600 WREC
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Good Girls Talk About Sex
"about four" Discussed on Good Girls Talk About Sex
"Married. Another six months It was definitely like we met had cast have sex married all in my eighteenth year. Well it living process and so you had sex before you got married. Yes that was something else. I was afraid to not have sex before you're married but at the same time growing up in like a modern culture. I definitely knew that. Like if the right person came. And i was ready. I was just going to do it. But i never. I never really had that person so long until my husband's which just happened to be the person i married and so now you've been together for about four years. How has sex developed for you. How has it grown and changed for you. It was definitely a struggle the beginning because lake before we got married. I had never had a tampon. I hadn't really explored like the whole so it was like that was always like a forbidden area. I try i god bless tried get what guess offing in there look. I wanted to feel that. Before that. I'd only ever done like clinton relation but i so desperately wanted to do that down there. I just i. I guess i could find it or is to tie. I think i was just too tight at the time because later on whenever i was trying to have sex with him. It wasn't happening. And i was like this is too painful. We're going to have to stop. Okay do you think. I'm just too big like it's not huge like his total guy but it's like do you think it's just because i'm too big is like i think so. So he's like pay. Do you wanna go to a sex store. Get a small lake vibrator or dildo or something. Try out so. I know what's so proud of him. Yeah i mean state time he really just wanted to have sex. But that's a very compassionate way to go about it rather than shaming you or telling you..
"about four" Discussed on KCRW
"From about fourth Street. It's 3 20. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Mary Louise Kelly and I'm Audie Cornish. With just five months to go until the German election, the race has begun to replace Chancellor Angela Merkel, who's stepping down after 16 years in office. And as May Nicholson reports, the two main candidates are laying claim to Merkel's centrist legacy. Post Merkel era is imminent, something and anxious German electorate has been trying to ignore. But that changed last week when the Green Party announced its first ever chancellor candidate on Elena Bear book immediately declared her intention to shake things up Democratic e lived from Mexico. Yes, but only counts living off. Not me, Minister him Democracy tribes on change. Sure, I've never been a chancellor. Nor have I been a minister. But I'm running for renewal. Others are running for the status quo. This country needs a fresh start. That book of 40 year old career politician who said to be diligent and disciplined, is already being likened to Merkel. 60 year old arm and lash it, who also announced his candidacy for the Conservative Party last week had been rather hoping he would be the one to ride. Merkel's coattails into the chancellorship instead is the candidate for a party that's been in power for 16 years. He's been forced to promise change as well, Stuff kind vitals given. We cannot continue with business as usual, this country needs modernizing, indeed, speeding up and improving. Tianna pull Iton, head of Berlin's European Council on Foreign Relations, says lash it who's a centrist within the center right? CDU party is very much business as usual down unlettered basically is the reincarnation of continuity. He is in many ways. Miracle in a suit despite lackluster polling who live in, says that last shit and experienced politician who governs Germany's most populous state. Is often underestimated. Still, she adds, he has his work cut out with bare book in the race. Germany is a very steady, school oriented country. But after 16 years, I think there is some change in the air and landed in a bear book is the newcomer. She is fresh air. He is new ideas, a new spirit..
WGBB Sports Talk New York
"about four" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"It was a bittersweet deal. Because i decided for year deal miniature dog over a three year deal. We got off like a one and seventeen. Respect was on my guys that wanna go down with his ship. I got traded engine. And i feel a little guilty leaving because i struggled and after having two years there. Now i get to the mets. And i just didn't know what i knew well playing minor league ball and going up against the things. It was a good group of guys good clubhouse but getting traded in the middle of the popular player it was just tough your i i really did feel like that city and that gene and ninety seven until i got the spring training within ninety eight. I felt like i was ninety seven. I just like i was just a hang on. I didn't know so in in ninety eight. You set your career high in home runs. Rbi's walks and the mets are in content. Right up until the very end and your that was spurred on by the pig trade in may where. Mike piazza comes in. Did you notice an immediate change in everything. That's going on wants. Piazza the biggest change in the clubhouse was added that they're going for the safe for microsoft that means and the biggest difference in my career. At that i went from the leadoff most of my career. I i had this third. The other was fourth this so those guys won't baseball talk. And i think i think my steph about a quarter of the way through the season pitched differently because of the guys in front of so they made my greater jaza. Meet the who you gonna kissed. You took advantage of it. And i was able to ask them gets obsessed behind those the eyes and that was that was far as being in a line of being a focal point. I'd never hit now. The leadoff started off early. My hitting eighth and ninth. And i moved up the first the second and now i'm over. That made it easy for me to side the ball. If i would've hit behind those guys my whole career you know my number would have been a lot better. I just i just felt like that was the perfect spot for me at that time as i matured into my career Matured as a hitter. Because i've ready to do some damage. Which i wouldn't have done at another court and i have plenty of scorecards from those late nineties. Met seems with your name right right behind. Piazza i think alfonzo paul twice a game to put the ball in play in teams. Were scared to pitch those guys. And they have runners on base ahead to fish to me and you know that was. I felt vaguely. I feel like i like that. That was one of the only times like career for about four months..
I Read Comic Book
"about four" Discussed on I Read Comic Book
"I tried to use that. As like a guidepost for the rest of the issue in it just started breaking down in this books on willingness to actually get it like people don't need the lean on pros as crunch all the time in comics. Sometimes we see that the happens too much but also sometimes i feel like would help and all we get throughout this book kind of i believe is this protagonist. I think i think. Sometimes she's saying like other people pushed People in front of the train and they're dead and other times than she did it in like other people won't believe her and isn't that crazy that no one will believe her. And then you have like paths where other people are pushing other people or paths where we believe that either. She did it or she thought about doing it. And now she's going to flee the country like like it. Got a point where i began to either like at first i was like. Oh my gosh. I need to be reading. I thought i had cracked the code. Michael i thought that you needed to read it vertically like you read this this set of panels vertically and then you read the next version and i thought maybe i need to read the book back to front or front like and then front to back and that i was missing something. They're like. I thought i had cracked the code about four. Different times in this book was just driving. This story was just driving me. Nuts and i then went on the internet which was a mistake. We all know that. I google this story in any time. It came up. It was other people saying they didn't understand the story at all so that didn't help. Everyone else was like what's going on with the story. And i'm like you're supposed to tell me. Yeah so i get it. I get it. I think it definitely was a confused story. And i think again this is why it was my low light because of all the stories at least i could get through..
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"A little bit different than You have to understand bedbugs or It's kind of creepy. You know, it's bad books. We're going after bucket. He's you know, the vampire bug it is you take your blood is kind of creepy is kind of gross. Everyone's like, Oh, my. I can't believe you go to people's homes of bedbugs, but Honestly, with the way that our equipment is, in a way that we work were the cleanest people around people like, Aren't you afraid again, like no way? We're in this temperature all day long. But Sometimes you go into a place that it pushes the limits of even our ability to tolerate such things. So go on. I want you go ahead and tell us a little bit. There's never been a treatment that I've done that. You know, we couldn't find the light at the end of the tunnel. Um However. Very rarely will come across. You know, people that believe the problem go for long extended period of time, which is not a problem. They have had what four years? Four years roughly. Um, had bedbugs for about four years, and they were living with it Now they were using everything under the sun Way went on the back porch, and they had Empty jugs of literally anything you could think of trying to use all of that over the course of four years. Um You know? Nothing really freaks me out this far as bedbugs go, but sometimes you get those jobs that it's a mixture of a lot and trying to keep this PG, But, you know, we walk into a lot of homes where you know if you do not properly prepare it. You know it. It is. We're trying to help you. If you don't help yourself than it makes it difficult for us to help you. It's very little you have to do for these. These preparation. For the preparation for thermal treatment for bedbugs. But you know some people, it This was a situation where Child was trying to take care of his parents. Yes, in.
Rap It Out
"about four" Discussed on Rap It Out
"Over the years. I'd be about fifteen years ago. I became a buddhist and realize that most important thing in life is to be happy money. It's not mean it's not recognition. It's nine fifteen awards you put on wall at the end of the day. I think we all just wanna be happy. And i think you should do whatever makes you happy right so after about four five years of that. I just found myself in this situation where every day there were twenty. Thirty people around me. And i didn't know number in. I didn't know how they and everybody was just trying to get something out of me. Like at and i just said i take it anymore so i went back to canada. I released everybody out of their contract. You are totally free to release you in.
KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"about four" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"I actually felt steel to the head that lasted all of about Four minutes, Maybe maybe four minutes. So for four minutes I didn't know if I was gonna die. Could you imagine? Six hours? No. No crazy. And I have a couple of the things happened. She absolutely and her saying that, you know, people want her to move on. I mean, people are going to move on when they're ready to move on. And it's easy for others looking and go. Hey, you know you're just over exaggerating or whatever, but like you said, I'm sure those four minutes for you were the longest four minutes of your life. It's crazy. So as you've heard by now, some supporters of the baseless Cuban on conspiracy theory are now serving as elected representatives in Congress. Another is serving as the mayor of swim, and many people still don't know exactly what human on supporters believe in. But CNN's Anderson Cooper recently talked to someone who formerly believed in Kew. Did you at the time believed that Democrat High level Democrats and celebrities were worshiping Satan drinking the blood of Children. And isn't I thought you did that. And I would like to apologize for that right now. So I apologize for thinking that you ate babies, but yeah, 100%, But you but you, actually you actually believe that I was drinking the blood of Children? Yes. I did. I had to look this up to make sure that this wasn't a joke..
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