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Success at preventing HIV but putting profit ahead of public health
"Dennis is in one thousand nine year old man who engages in high risk sex with men often exchanging sex for money at his last medical visit and my goal was to get dentist to value himself and take more precautions to protect his health. This is Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion prevention. It is now possible using a medication called prep which is short for pre exposure prevention or prophylaxis prep has changed the face of the the disease for hundreds of thousands of at risk Americans it prevents nearly all about ninety seven percent of HIV infections if taken Achon exactly as prescribed but still only one in five people at risk are taking the medicine. It's no surprise that those with poor access access to healthcare those with less education and those with fewer financial resources are far less likely to receive the medication and thus more vulnerable to to acquiring issue. A significant part of the problem is the ridiculously high price of the drug about twenty thousand dollars a year and and people at high risk need to take the drug over years those without health insurance simply can't afford the drug like we've learned with measles easels and other infectious diseases the more people in a community that are protected with a vaccine or in this case with medicines the less likely the infection can spread within the community so we need to boost the rates of high risk people who are taking prep far above the current level. So how do we get get people like Dennis to take the drug will I. We need to make it affordable. When I tell Dennis the drug will cost him about fifteen hundred dollars a month. He smiles smiles and gently shakes his head. No no in Australia. The drug costs only three hundred and forty dollars a year so it is possible to bring bring the price down to about thirty dollars a month other than profit gouging. I am not sure why prep is exponentially more expensive in the US in all fairness. I should mention that the drug's manufacturer Gilead had has agreed to donate a small proportion of the drug to those who can't afford crap but the small donation won't be enough to help the eighty percent who need the drug but can't get it in addition to the cost of the drug high risk risk people also need to obtain regular lab tests that can also cost hundreds of dollars a year even if the drug was free. Dennis still still might not choose to take it. He's a bit skeptical of medicine doctors and doesn't currently even have a place to live. He's living on the street but as a civil society we ought to be able to find a way to at least have the drug available to every person who needs it in the end. It's going to be a lot cheaper to do that then paying for Dennis's care once he gets H._I._V. This is Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion.
"achon" Discussed on NewsTalk990
"Case many times in the past but no longer no not at all we uh we have a great game plan we have uh we have great vision our membership here eo they don't live here fulltime so they come here and when they come here for several weeks to several months a year we want to give them the best golf course we can give him so even though it may not look like we have two hundred teetimes times out there we prepare for two hundred teetimes because of our clientele on our membership um you know we have the last european ryder cup captain darren clarke this is his home courses where he practices and he expects tournament conditions and that's the goal we have set forth along with thomas achon who plays on a european tour he practices he here's well so um it's it's different it's not a typical caribbean golf course matt the maize director of agronomy golf course superintendent at the abepura club on winding way from yonkers to florida two arizona to be out islands of the bahamas what a special trip thanks for being with us on golf topfive thanks for having me all right folks i guess you realize by now there's a lot of different ways to get to the bahamas matinees well he took a pretty amazing route to get here and once he did he found paradise and he's making paradise better believe me he is working on one of the great golf courses in the world straight eight hundred twenty six golf.
"achon" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics
"He said that this will be a good recruiting opportunity for democrats to say look this is kind of you know it's in to a certain extent it has the perfect mr smith goes to washington story line of righteous do gutter triumphs like that's what the democrats will be trying to sell two potential candidates which is a will maybe a will maybe we'll put some some real interest in in you and maybe the dnc will actually give money to these states that were once thought of as being beyond the pale silly why would you invest there so i i do think in in the sense of changing the soft political calculus the people are making behind the scenes of whether or not to run whether or not to put money behind certain candidates i certainly think tonight will factor in so things aren't looking great for kelly ward in arizona while they were looking nor and this is this is one reason why people i think you're like oil urban was just a one off the gop us a consistent problems since twenty turn with nominating the subpar candidates it seemed like the wrong euphemism or something but primary wreck in denmark stream from foreign angle in nevada to uh two more doc in indiana and todd achon in colorado luck in colorado a right you can kind of point to like and now another one right you can kind of point two still five or six senate seats they have lost as a result of nominating quote unquote crazy or quote unquote unfit were court used to use term tea party it's phone on a fashion now or in rhyme worse case agai you also might have touched young girls allegedly right so number one more was already a county who was underperformed benchmarks by fifteen points or something right and number two was a guy who was unwilling to leave the race when these very serious accusations came to light and thought he could win despite it you know also by the way a guy who beat the preferred republican alternative in the primary mean that you know one thing they'll go back and kick themselves over may be is why.
"achon" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The thing but counterattack hawes to get moved up and get to something semi reliable looks a little bit of a move up from this and lee stays raanan yeah probably would probably would do that okay met i'm okay okay thanks for the call my appreciate you joining us our mud madeleen eyes with us is it maddalena yeah it is good how can i help an old pass tried to be very quick 'cause it's a long story so we have moved countries and after eleven years leaving actually from europe i'm calling from poland's people used to leave an island and we had brought the over hundreds in fifty lok it's hard for me to say which curry he easy for you to convert i'll be speaking in euros so we brought over 100 and fifty times than yours by antius and you have balked at a building site in war so and uh we had this side with the uh before we are gonna build the highest 'cause we had some money we were to be given some my mom site built has we had decided on a achon mortgage airport hundreds and fifteen has and just to start off uh being abroad excuse me for someone years and where gone the ron and small business place school and and so we had an oath couldn't pace cool it yes we are hoping the month fate income from that is going to be on three has been starts denouncing mold but my little status to tell me what your main question is my main question is that we are at the moment we haven't opened the business yet and we are and we are running out of money we have only probably for another month and a half a were moving our emergency sean that the moment and we haven't started business yes as you mortgages eating out our saving so quickly and.
"achon" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"One with the second half lorenzo edwards on it imbalance play picks up a foul for the hawks harboured the basketball up by one fifty nine fifty eight and a treat a lewis who turns in drops right over shebar newkirk with a let the hook and again harvard out of a timeout gets an answer sixteen for lewis to make this a 3point walk the epa six risk wctc fakes eleven point three around it pulls up mid range his jumper hard off the back of the reinforced separate teat feet and the hawks a wanted done trip at villa martelli gets nic robertson up off the bench likely cared for covert 848 secondhalf hawks dau three they push lewis further out hawks go with manda man has get around newkirk tries to bounce back with an over the shoulder past the baker now achon with the shot clock dwindling we'll go around clover get to the lane kick south passes breaker three rightside rim hawks hold on at the effects of possession demery rebound a 25 to go second half newark races at drives a passed without abounds last touched by read farley elefalk might have got manhandle in that at the end maybe a fingernail instead haunts key possession were 24 to shoot eight twenty two to go with the second half down by three sixty one fifty eight to the crimson newcombe lane now goes tries the challenge lewis gets his shot blocked and that's a good way by chris lewis just stood straight up and blocked the shot in osaka they're just too many big bodies for newkirk to handle it hawks again remained down three the want fifty eight eight can go into the lane got caught up demery on the baseline with a good defensive play and he had to throw out of it to lewis tend to shoot for harvard ask it sends back to ache and that's where they want it six seconds left to shoot good hey by edwards achot swings haskett drives tudor shoot jump stop let's that go with one shot clock violations first couldn't get it out of his hands and that brings us to official time out hawke basketball but still down when we come back robert 61 saint joseph's the eight from ben weider sports and entertainment the saint joseph's.
"achon" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"The wouldn't legacy of occasional james demery with a free throw off the back of the rim lawrenceville edwards flight thrown off its of rebound draws the sixteen foul on the crimson a high rangebound in edwards even with back positions galaxy tainted id sell read farley the freshman from la hoya california british three earlier picks up his post personal what is most important it's the sixteen found the crimson we have a lot of basketball laps ox keep tie this game maybe you could take the lead with a three robert sit around a screed fix the big rates jumper they swing to call her rises rightwing three back of the rim and the rebound for brice achon and harvard maintains in the basketball the 52 cribs at eleven and a half left that the second half a goes too far edwards gets a deflection they were looking for lewis and a tough injury from haskins if he 450 to it stays harvard twenty one to shoot for the crimson don't albanesi stretch after this tournament and we'll go at kentucky eventually they start at northeaster now needs to stretch for the hawks either now uh rounder a drive achon pigs out baker his three rightwing bag robert baker second three now actually has a new career high 11 points likes philly schools apparently previous career high was eight against pen walks down five now harvard in that zone again perimeter pasic edwards with a three and it's off the mark for the right corner rebound down to baker in harvard the other way now again comfortable up five eight side eleven minutes to go second half hawks get right to the edge of a league then slide back it's been that kinda day baker catch shoot corner deep 3 run down off the back of the rim by farley fresh thirty for the crimson up five and was after they doubled baker flagged up self open good hedge by a tale of funk ache it goes to tunisia the drive on fog it gets fouled draws the second one on taylor it's a really good job of driving the bought at the heart and forcing thousands really unlike any opponent that s j u is played thus far he can does a good job forcing the issue.
"achon" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"York city's bloomingdale's department sawtooth so abdi combined ups nadi desert the original pike achon combines pecan pie pumpkin pie on leaves france become a pecan pipe pumpkin pie in the apple upside down cake all layered with cinnamon buttercream as a diculeng ulises now you could all a now there's other varieties like a share pump oil which is an exemplary once one in a punchline apple cherry suspended in yellow you'd think twice pies and then you you put frothy on him yeah yeah you make it into a cake and then uh the up your game this year okay earned that this i keep a much insulin in the refrigerator for everybody for of their own goes in adel sheeran's be bringing it famous poptarts with ready whip sisters have is obvious vessel a key anand train oh god question i won't ready whip of gentle away there are after dinner i ready with is that what you don't go on your sister's iam yes john illinois so good luck to whatever they have it the best asiad lighter it she said out a gugel like a google sign ups sheet for what dish were souls that they on i just at least he's gonna bring something this year honey i'm not serious in the guy is a total low them he's got nothing he denied my job i just have turned into a gag have signed on for nothing so you don't get me sick failure these every holiday a ride you stupid brother leila voice howls he could bring with a thunder eddie as if he could help this is even gives evidence imported beer where i roll out there all right and and you know we eat as we learned yesterday the room he'll take the remote and shell genre for us gotta be though it's going to be the longest thanksgiving ever for his his brotherinlaw all right oh my god no seriously let's give.
"achon" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Don't try to use that as a shield here how all we're talking about in the case of roy more is while what a skies and looks like he's still trying to get away with the the republicans have rejected him because they know are they went through the todd achon thing a few years back if you don't recall tied achon was talking about the acceptable forms of rate he was running for the senate in missouri and once that got out there and they did not disavow him immediately his stink guttural all over all the republicans they remember that and they're not letting it happen again so roy more is being rejected by everyone to the point where mitch mcconnell has said that if he does win the election we will not see tim it is unclear whether or not the republican senators actually the republican senate caucus actually does have that power in uttar how difficult it will be how ever the balance in the senate is close if the democrat and this i don't think this is a part of it most definitely is if the democrats were to pick up the seton album has huge you know why it's huge they're losing one in new jersey menendezes going down the guy's going to get found guilty of something one thing is for sure okay chris christie is more than likely going to appoint menendez senator from new jersey his successor republican all right so that one still up in the air and and and with the way the country's going right now on august republican after the cozy about getting reelected so now they're going to lose out the cana for on the one the democrats are really gonna be in a spot here on the one hand they can't afford to lose from a scoreboard number stampa on the other hand are you telling me that we're gonna let the republicans this with the same to themselves you let republicans evil your two thou on this topic than we are and we're going to look bad i've got a few in the going to look back i got an army net because i think the awful people i don't but i think that they're they're justin competent enough when it comes to stuff like this you have seen it before seeing recently presidential election for good a real there was a lot of incompetence going on.
"achon" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Bad guy that's a purpose a man i want to come back to to come back to my admittedly but but i was i was at at the the political political implications not support is the moral ramifications but the political ramifications are real we saw what happened to the republican party when they had a todd achon problem totic can problem is dwarfed by the potential problem of during more for republican candidates all over the country heading into 2018 work every one of them is going to be asked about willing more if he ends up being the odd months from now still being a republican standardbearer in alabama every republican candidates going to get this question so just talk about the dimensions of that political problem for republicans if they don't abandon this guy in quick it's a moment of choosing for both parties republicans and especially president trump gets back from asia have to make a choice on the sunday shows white house officials were hedging their comments saying more has to have time to defend himself on the allegations president gave a similar content when he was abroad are republicans really going to stand by more not stand by more but allow him to keep running if he refuses to quit the race mcconnell courses taken a hardline the white house has not that's the choice they have to make democrats have to make a choice doug jones the prosecutor down there running a very steady rates competitive in the polls are democrats gonna make a real play in the south and what i'm watching as well we'll any establishment republicans moderate republicans endorsed doug jones if they are so against more how far we are they willing to go in the coming weeks heidi cover republicans in washington and obviously this strikes a nerve with mess women but but they they commie friday afternoon after after this show and say what's the right thing to do and and i said the right thing to do is act that iran are writing campaign for luther strange or get behind the democrat is there any occurred number three that i missing i don't think so although i don't know that many republicans are actually going to get behind the democrat but i think what you're going to see is more of.
"achon" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"The dysfunction runs to deepen you go back four years earlier i mean this is a party that has had its share of crackpots before i mean in 2012 remember than in the presidential race michelle bachman was the front runner for a while and newt gingrich was the front runner for a while and herman cain was the front runner for a while you had snows an odd candidates like sharron angle running for senate in in nevada or is this so there's so many of the you know todd achon who who is was running and and and and clearly what i had fought was going to happen was that we were going to manage the fringes that the centre would hold that somehow the rational decision would be made and it wasn't but that doesn't mean that we didn't have that problem out there for a long time and i think what had happened was that the republican party as i as i wrote over the weekend has been outsourcing it's thought leadership to the loudmouthed drunk at the end of the bar for a long time and it a cranked up this outrage machine which i called the book the perpetual outrage machine we are always outraged all the time and we know what we're against but we didn't know what we were four anymore and and i think that was donald trump came in any exploited that he didn't create that but even without donald trump you had that sort of blowing just industry of total outrage in opposition without much constructive thinking i want to step back.
"achon" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A o of first law how how did this happen how did he win the nomination what does this say about us as a party because i didn't think that was that looking around going i thought i understood what the party was about i mean i thought that the movement was about obvious firstly we didn't and i'm not alone in that did not now so how deep was this dysfunction and i think one of the things we realizes the donald trump was a symptom not just a cause and he was a symptom that this dysfunction of the republican party and the conservative movement was a preexisting conditions and it's going to end its it would would have been there even had he lost even if he had not run at all that that still would have been there well it obviously was there now and obviously went back a lot deeper one of the first questioned one reason i wrote this book was i wanted to figure out for myself with what the hell does happen and were whether or not this was a black swan event whether you just had this weird moments where donald trump parachutes into an otherwise healthy movement and takes it over and it was a you know or whether or not there was continuity you know dis was there was a continuity or discontinuity i think i started thinking that well it was it was clearly a just a a radical break the donald trump had nothing to do with what the republican party hedman standing for what was going on and i changed my mind about that because i think the dysfunction runs to deepen you go back four years earlier i mean this is a party that has had its share of crackpots before wien in 2012 member than in the presidential race michelle bachman was the front runner for a while and new ginga which was the front runner for a while and herman cain was the frontrunner for a while you had snow s an odd candidates like sharron angle running for senate in in nevada or is this so there's so many of the you know todd achon who who is was running and and and and clearly what i had fought wh was going to happen was that we were going to manage the.
"achon" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Social democrats had governing majorities twenty years ago and this is a good sign the the other point i wanted to make about elections is tomorrow as this election in alabama and why should anybody care about it well i care desperately about republicans actually maintaining control of the us senate and maintaining control of the us house because there will be no progress zero zilt nada nothing none for president trump's agenda if democrats take control of both houses of congress it'll be a disaster in fact will all be caught up with impeachment and attacks on president trump day and night and day and night and if you think it's tough right now heaven forbid that charles schumer should be majority leader in the senate now why do i mentioned that because if rowing more is nominated for the us senate you remember totic an who made that unfortunate comment about legitimate rape and yes he was taken out of context then yes it was unfair but that was one comment and then every single republican all around the country at the as answer questions about todd ache and and people asked him withdrawn okay roy more is so much worse than todd achon in terms of stuff that he is set already and stuff that he will say going forward and really more is going to be a weight and a burden on every single republican running for the senate or for the house all across the country even though he is running ahead right now in the primary i salute president trump for going down in campaigning for luther strange because even though luther strange i know he 6'9 and his name is luther strange dump pay any attention that he's a solid conservative with a decent conservative record and i certainly hope that he wins in alabama tomorrow meanwhile a let us go to your calls and to tony in seattle tony you're on the.
"achon" Discussed on WGTK
"Other point i wanted to make about elections is tomorrow as this election in alabama and why should anybody care about it well i care desperately about republicans actually maintaining control of the us senate and maintaining control of the us house because there will be no progress zeros if not a nothing none for president trump's agenda if uh democrats take control of both houses of congress it'll be a disaster in fact will all be caught up with impeachment and and attacks on president trump day and night and day and night and if you think it's tough right now heaven forbid that charles schumer should be majority leader in the senate now why do i mention that because if rolling more is nominated for the us senate you remember totic an who made that unfortunate comment about legitimate rape and yes he was taken out of context and yes it was unfair but that was one comment and then every single republican all around the country at the as answer questions about todd ache and people asked him to withdraw an okay roy more is so much worse than todd achon in terms of stuff that he has said all ready and stuff that he will say going forward and really more is going to be a weight and a burden on every single republican running for the senate or for the house all across the country even though he is running ahead right now in the primary i salute president trump for going down in campaigning for luther strange because even though luther strange i know he 6'9 and his name is luther strange dump pay any attention that he's a solid conservative with a decent conservative record and i certainly hope that he wins in alabama tomorrow meanwhile let us go to your call charles and to tony in seattle tony you're on the medved show michael hey so i think the president was right in calling them however i wish the head of a.
"achon" Discussed on WTMA
"Facility in achon county finished the nuclear regulatory commission announce steps to revive a long dormant nuclear waste up in nevada on wednesday the national oceanic and atmospheric administration has revised its predictions for the current hurricane season nela has revised its storm predictions upward instead of a hurricane season with between eleven and 17 named storms no and now says conditions are right for perhaps between fourteen and nineteen named storms the number of named hurricanes hasn't changed since the first predictions were made back in may it could still be between five and nine hurricanes up to five of those could be made your storms meaning a category three or higher by the way forecasters continued to watch a weather mass that could bother the bahamas this weekend after that four castres say they'll have to wait and see in the wtmj newsroom i'm cheri bernarda disagreement over a microwave led to the murders of two children in north charleston monday according to newly released nine one one calls nor charleston police said reshad wide whose 26 stabbed and killed his nephews eight year old avery and two year old aden martin occur gordon you the coroner avery died on the scene of the jameson apartments indicted muse yesterday sean johnson the director of charleston development academy confirmed avery was a rising thirdgrader in a statement johnson wrote in part for those of you who knew avery we asked the jury member and celebrate his big smile and and qu wiz it if mind he had an insatiable quest for knowledge and was always ready to share what he knew a nine one one call from the children's mother release yesterday afternoon described is seen leading up to the tragedy the safety of your eyes could be a risk with the upcoming solar eclipse and you could experience permanent damage to your retinas according to a charleston ophthalmologist dr robert pesariu with ashley i center said my advice is not to look up there period ps who said that you can notice the damage within minutes and there's nothing you can do once the damage is done well as a time of year again is who the and the fisher back in the low cadre this weekend four two concerts and to give out school supplies the homegrown round up is set for saturday in helps more than 1600 kids get ready for school with haircuts dental exams i exams and school supplies.
"achon" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Maybe six on sunday it allows people to go to is many things as possible you'll have i think it's maybe chelsea handler who's going to square off against and coulter meet you can you imagine what either them of both of them are going to say it's probably highly offensive but it's probably pretty damn funny as well yeah is it a sell out i mean how do you i mean pigs are still available you can go to cook politican dot com right now and get tickets this is something which has been growing over the years and he's you see as more and more people within the political punditry industry find out about it in and the general public knows about it it is going to i'm surprised his actually not televised because it just lends itself to that there is a mark thompson and will be there as you know episode actually i went to school with is that did you yeah he's a black dude yet yeah and he's got a sean serious serious radio yeah and we here's sort of a middle of the road or what does he or she know he's a he's a far to the left farleft far left are you'd think i her to show up at i just haven't heard it i'm looking at all of these people are there so many mo i'm looking at uh i mean and they're they're actors like robert dhabi's a singer and actor and we had him on a program last year yep klay achon who is as you know of singer but now he's really politically actor right is this a pretty eventful week for him where the ruling oriana the lgbtq community so i guess or as getting out there with all these people does everybody get on stage with these panels to accommodate owes you a ton of people here yes there are are different panel some of the may only have two people was the debates a scenario or may be a panel discussion of five or six individuals and as they lay out the schedule they are still adding a and people as we speak what was the a memorable stuff from last year but were some of the high points for me specifically i was the only person who got to interview ann coulter i was the only person she granted an interview now why do you suppose that is.
"achon" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Can you imagine what either them of both their macro onto say it's probably highly offensive but it's probably pretty damn funny is well yeah is it a sell out i mean how do you i mean pigs are still available you can go to cook politican dot com right now and get tickets this is something which has been growing over the years and he's you see as more and more people within the political punditry industry find out about it in and the general public knows about it it is going to i'm surprises actually not televised because it just lends itself to that there is a mark thompson and will be there as you know episode actually i went to school with is that did you yeah he's a black dude yet now and he's got of sean serious serious radio yeah and what he short of a middle of the road or what is he or she know he's a he's a far to the left farleft far farleft are you'd think ota her to show i love it i just haven't heard it i'm looking at all of these people are there so many mo i'm looking at uh i mean and they're they're actors like robert dhabi's a singer an actor and we had him on a program last year yep klay achon who is as you know of singer but now he's really politically actor right is this a pretty eventful week for him i am where the royal yacht in the lgbtq community so i guess our as getting out there with all these people does everybody get on stage with these panels to accommodate always you'll hear a ton of people here yes there are different panel some of the may only have two people the debates scenario or may be a panel discussion of five or six individuals and as they out the schedule they are still adding of vince and people as we speak what was the a memorable stuff from last year but were some of the high points for me specifically i was the only person who got to interview and culture i was the only person she granted an interview now why do you suppose that is.
"achon" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"For technical matter we lost our colic our colleague achon airtoair reporting on turkey so we'll finish that report by saying that we do not have any easy explanation for the troubles in turkey right right now but it's critical of set six of the whole region and malcolm let us just recall that you and i were on air and 2010 during the socalled gaza uh bob barco though turkey provoked flotilla a confrontation by sending a ship that was meant to be a try for the israeli forces defending defending israel and that was the beginning of this descent into this unpredictable disorder in the region wealth the the relationship between turkey and israel clearly is is vital in the region because these are the most important to countries and because they're trading never went down during this whole period which was the statement by the turkish people that when rda one was trying to harm israel and and punish israel the trade went up to five hundred men a million in w and kept jerk rising every year despite those efforts so i think that there is a foundation here and he knows the price he pays by emi turkey lost and he lost a lot more and was under considerable pressure and then when the russian know boycotted them and punish them after the downing of the russian the plane in the heat turned back and started rehabilitating his relationship with israel and also because he doesn't want to be left out of the new initiatives in the mediterranean and he told me so so what we now have is to return to israel as a trading partner are as aid a partner to develop eastern mediterranean region and dave pushed aside for the moment that ferocious anti semitism they were practicing in their media out as lara upper arises and he periodically resorts to it but i think yes that that it's is not it goes in waves and uh you know he.
"achon" Discussed on Soonish
"When you live so close to these two bridges and you're a big infrastructure geek like me you can't help thinking about the contrast between the two projects in what they say about our real priorities sara and mark a right that bosnians loved their history but when you got so much history sometimes it feels like it's hard to make room for the future in fact when those achon bridge was first proposed people here were so startled by the unfamiliar cablestayed design that it almost never got built so should we build with the future night or should we focus on preserving the past or maybe the real question is how can we do both at once today on soon ash i want to tell you more about the 'longfellow bridge and as they can bridge and how they got here i'm also going to take you to san francisco where there's a proposal for a huge outdoor art project that's forcing people to think about how to modernize their own infrastructure and i'm going to ask what it all means for the future of today's big cities projects large enough to change the character of a city are literally once in a lifetime opportunities so they're probably worth putting some thought into i wanna now not chest how do we get in and out of the city but how do people move around within the city it's a beautiful bridge where do they go where do they need to be the navy in this case you just bill the different bigger bridge and what does it mean in their daily lives we should not be spinning four hundred million pounds much time does it take them to get to their jobs which he easily spinning a billion dollars on our most important street those are all the questions that i think we need to ask when we look at these beautiful day iconex basis.