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Cold Case, Right There Before God And Country

Best Case Worst Case

05:30 min | 1 d ago

Cold Case, Right There Before God And Country

"A little welcomes the best case. Worst case is jim clemente retarded bag profiled from nick city prosecutor and writer-producer. Cbs's criminal minds and with me. Today is various francey hague's former state and federal prosecutor jam. We are back at it regular best case worst case behind police lines and today. I'm so excited because not only do we have a special guest. We have a special guest from my own state of georgia. Gen numbered outnumbered. We'll see about that. It's fantastic and our special guest is cheryl mccollum. He's from atlanta. You can hear accent. I love it. Sheryl mccollum tells what your background who you yes. Well on the director of the cold case investigative research institute. But i'm also a crime scene investigator for a local metro atlanta department. So i wear both hats a lot of actual actual badge holders here. We have a real live like vinnie. The cop comedian. We had on a few weeks ago. Now we have cheryl cheryl. Are you a comedian by any chance birdie funny we'll see we'll get it. I knew for us to really interesting though. But mostly it's jim who likes to mock me and he thinks that's funny anyway. Let's talk about you. This is so exciting. I'm so grateful you came on the show because we just don't have very many people from georgia i mean. Jim doesn't let me every time i ask on his own. He doesn't like people from georgia or any stubborn fate or really anyone from anywhere but california saying like that. I'm pretty sure i've heard him say that. But i have you and you're from georgia so tell us about your background. What do you do. And how did you get there will native laden and i was educated through all my years from elementary school. All the way through college in fulton county also delivered academy for hostile which is in college far. And then i went georgia's jay which is right downtown atlanta and my husband and i went to high school in college together and we now have two children. One's in college are sign in our daughters out next year. So big thing to translate to when we use terms of are the general people. Don't understand. I we always like to ask everyone. Okay all right. Yeah fixing a whole lot in new york city office. We use fixing. I'm big in my car. This extreme eight on our facebook page. I guarantee you. They're going to be play people as a jim. How could you not know what she was saying. Everyone loves making sure everybody in the audience. Where because we do have people in australia. For example who are probably fixing their cars and in london who are probably fixing of tea. But i don't know about college. That's what she meant So thank you for all so. Tell us about your path to to the police. I mean how did you you obviously. You're the director of a cold case investment institute. But how did you become involved in police work. My path actually started when i was about four. So you remember way back in the day. We didn't have interstates so there were two lane roads to get to the beach and my mother would tell us these Tastic stories and if you get outside of atlanta about a hundred miles you'd have radio stations. Associated was are entertained. So i can remember her telling us about bonnie by just became so captivated by the idea that this couple loved each other fiercely crisscross. The united states robbing banks. And i'm like yeah. I got i got to get it on that somehow. So so you actually. Considering crisscrossing the united states robbing banks. Or did you go right. Do let's stop. That stop was a time when did an international joel things hard like the mafia really did appeal to me but of course she would tell me things like well. Honey were not add talian. And they're not don't take you in the mob and so they tried to push me the other way a little bit on the hall. They died in a hail of bullets. Said that when i was four she waited any is when they took me to see the dance. Call now eight. I realized what happened. Medef they took alcatraz. And when i was in the seventh grade straight. Weren't they buy that gun. I guess just trying to show me every element you know when i was in the seventh grade I wrote j. edgar hoover fanmail letter did write you back. He did write me back and much basically say stay in school and studying hard which crashed me because i thought surely he's got a holly me up because nobody's going to suspect the twelve year old little southern girl i could you know get inada places unseen

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New York City's Largest Charter School Network Stays Fully Remote

Michael Wallace

00:19 sec | 1 d ago

New York City's Largest Charter School Network Stays Fully Remote

"Will stick with all remote learning for the rest of the school year Success. Academy says it's 47 schools will end classes May 28th hopes to return to partial classroom learning early next year Warns vaccine shortages could scuttle those plans about 20,000 students are enrolled in success Academy, New York media met the

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Interview With Penny Powers

Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Podcast

04:30 min | 2 d ago

Interview With Penny Powers

"Thank you very much penny for joining me and q. Barb in the rest of the special interest group for the invitation so we will have some general questions to begin with. How long have you been a therapist. I have practiced for forty five years. Wow that's quite a quite a career. At what point in your career did you become interested in assistive technology or in specialized wheelchair provisions after. I practiced a of years I received an invitation upon returning from china and adopting my second daughter Here at vanderbilt. I was offered the invitation to help out if you will in the wheelchair clinic and It afforded me the opportunity to move from a back in the day. They called it sub acute practice. So i was doing inpatient practice primarily with geriatrics medically complex patients in our sub acute unit. Which they've sort of gone away and gave me the opportunity to move to an outpatient setting so a single mom with two young children was attractive. But i have to tell you gave me great pause. I asked myself repeatedly. Could i learn a new area of practice and for me it. It really was a new area of practice and certainly I had to Get out my motivation. And i said yes for which there has been absolutely no looking back and although it's trite. I'm so glad. I jumped off that cliff great. So what is your current practice setting. Can you describe where you work. And what the setting is like sure I work at the within the vanderbilt bill wilkerson center which is Interesting are Hub for speech language and hearing sciences. And i work in the neuro rehab hub for the vanderbilt university medical center which is called the pie beta fai rehabilitation institute. And if it sounds like a sorority. It is because the pie fis gave the seed money to start this clinic and they are tremendous supporters of this clinic. The clinic did not start out just a little historical perspective. The clinic did not start out here. The clinic here at vanderbilt was part of rehabilitation services and started again. Hold onto your hat. In nineteen eighty five and so it really was on the forefront and so started in one thousand nine hundred eighty five but in two thousand five the department of rehab services which had Come under the umbrella of orthopedics divorced us and as part of the divorce agreement i brought the adult seating and mobility clinic And i say Pi beta phi. Me and jenny. Robertson took the pediatric component or division of the clinic to one hundred hoax. And of note. I think that really was a fait accompli. In that is everybody knows. A children's hospital wants everything pediatrics. So i think that part was a fait accompli. But i moved here to define two thousand five. We've been going pretty strong since then

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The Desire Factor with Christy Whitman

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

05:25 min | 5 d ago

The Desire Factor with Christy Whitman

"Nama stay and welcome to live love engage. I am gloria grace rand today. I have got a lovely guest with us. Who is going to be talking about. Couple things talking about Becoming an energy master and also about a new book that she has out there. Wealth is coming out In april so First off. I want to welcome christine wittman to loving gauge. Thank you gloria. I'm so happy to be with. You will be are delighted to have you. I'm looking forward to this for quite awhile and let me share with you. Our lovely listeners viewers on youtube. Who this wonderful amazing talented woman as she is a transformational leader celebrity coach and love attraction as well as a two time new york times bestselling author not just amazon folks. Now this is york times. This is the big time Author of the art of having all an taming. Your alpha bitch loved him even allen. She's also the author of the international bestseller quantum success and as i mentioned a little bit earlier. She's got a new book. Called the desire factor is going to be out on april twenty first twenty twenty one She's also appeared on bunch of news programs today. Show morning show. She's attacks tock She's had her articles published. A lot of major magazines like people seventeen women's day and as a as an enough. She's the ceo and founder of quantum success learning academy in quantum success. Coaching academy which is a ten month law of attraction coaching certification program and she has helped over three thousand life coaches and helped countless others to unlock their power to manifest. Which i think we will probably also talk about here today. so i i'll christie. Tell us a little bit about Being an energy master first off like what what is that actually And and then what do we need to do to become. I guess what is it. Why is it important. Maybe that's yeah what is it. It's fair actually. Yeah that's a great question. I would big question when is it. Is you know you get to be the woops. Did i go out there you go. That was interesting. It shifted screens. I don't know why did that. So yeah energy mastery is really about you being the the employer of your life and therefore your creations and so we. Our consciousness is what creates our reality. We know this by universal laws by knowing that everything is vibration. Everything is energy and when we look at burley break breakdown what is our consciousness. It's what we say what. We think how we perceive or believe what we feel. And sometimes that's a big one because we don't wanna feel. We suppress our feelings. So we're still attracting from that place and then how we act and those are the things that we have influence over. We don't have influence over. What our partners are doing or how we want to change them or all the other things that are outside in what's happening in the world but we have a choice in how we respond to those things so mastering our own energy is really understanding. That you know life isn't sometimes full array moore's unicorns. Unfortunately there are things that happen right. We get sideswiped by information. We hear things in his could be shocking to the system and it's being able to feel the feelings to process them to choose the thoughts that we wanna feel really getting into a place where we are deliberately in tune and in check with our own energy because you know it very much looks like we're physical beings. We are right now. We're also energy and the way that we bring in energy is that we're energy. Receivers were always receiving an energy. We have trillions and trillions of cells at all have receptor sites on them that are needing energy and what most people do is they go out into the universe they go out to a grocery store and they get inundated by you know frequencies in energies in waves or maybe they call their mom or they call their friend. The friend is fear of something. So you're getting this energy that's coming into your system but if you're the one deliberately choosing the energy that you want to bring in now those receptor sites and the cells are filled so other people's energy bounces off because you are already filled so it's like urine energy receiver. You're an energy container right. We don't wanna to receive an energy and give it away receive an energy hold it ourselves. And then we're also energy transmitters and that's where the ways that we talked about we transmit energy by the words that we say by the thoughts that we think by the motions by the actions that we take by the perspective and all of that then by law of attraction comes back to us because if everything is waves of energy and it is quantum physics has shown it. Modern science has shown it. Einstein talked about it rate. Everything's waves and particles of energy. If we're the ones creating our reality by what we're sending out were the ones that are mastering our

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School gate racism, education reclaimed, and family found

Science Friction

04:35 min | 6 d ago

School gate racism, education reclaimed, and family found

"You have caught an enormous something or other dragonfly. It's huge thing. I can't resist innocent and kill it. But i thought maybe we could katie swan and then if we get anymore. Let your guard just alana. Line me i'm a phd. Cantuta university of adelaide so working on parasitic wasps. My mission is to take a bit more of an appreciation awareness of what's around them which these kids have wholeheartedly. Fish-net khanna looking. It's camouflage really like i'm bringing you powerful personal stories from three generations of indigenous. Australians today talking. Racism in classrooms transcending the past triumphantly pushing past the low expectations others can have for you and on knowing who you are but hey this is a science camp. So let's get some of that good stuff out by the river without insect. Nate's i love it. Because when i was little i used to do this in the backyard. Just for the fun of it like we did one And stuff and then done things. We went touch the real big success. That's scary this year. Eleven student catherine. She's from queensland. I've always had an interest in bite of. Because when i was talking about it in school i just found it fascinating. The way things like adapted to the surroundings and how strong some animals off much study in unique. I definitely want medicine like the medicine or science and even in science the medicines. 'cause on sir fascinated about the way humans walk like animals too but mostly humans like al brain the actual in a workings about nerves and system and everything. I just find it so fascinating into the people with knowledge of that. It's just it's mind blowing to me. If you average or strait olander you make up about three percent over strategies population but just under two percent of all students enrolled at university are indigenous. That's growing by around half a percent over the last decade or side when it comes to unique courses in the natural and physical sciences. It and engineering. Less than one percent of students are indigenous for fifty medicine. That's around two point. Four percent and of course completion rights alario. But this camp is about helping to change. It's about road testing university. So my name's malcolm raleigh. I'm an epidemiologist with sorrow food and nutrition and things are about to get very real for the students right now. We're talking about their activities for the rest of the week in particular. Their inquiry is quite a lot of pressure for them. They'll need to spend a lot of their time thinking about the question that they want to investigate for the next few days and then they'll have to be ready to presented by next week. You asking them to do a scientific experiment in two days scientific inquiry that might be an experiment but might be some other activities but in today's yep They'll spend a lot of the allison day. Doing it will be under a lot of pressure. But based on previous years they do a great job so they've got to collect data they definitely have to collect data that to interpret data and to present it. All of those a pressure situation said the pressure is on from pretty much all mice now not quite a couple of days. I think feel it from tomorrow morning. Research can be conceded. A dirty word safe westhead is a young research scientist and regular mentor on these caves. He comes from reggie country new south wales research was something that was dumb on aboriginal people not with aboriginal people and certainly not let by aboriginal people but as we get more aboriginal academics in high positions within the academy. This is where we can start to see a change of the culture so we need young people. All of the students present curious and inquisitive mind and from my perspective. That's all you need to be a scientist. The rest is just learning specific language to arts of the specific questions that you come up with and that's just a process anybody can do that.

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Dr. Kenneth Calvert on the History of Puritans

Hugh Hewitt

03:51 min | Last week

Dr. Kenneth Calvert on the History of Puritans

"Back America to hear it. The Hillsdale dialogue sponsored by Hill. Tell college that you hear each week at this time is underway. All things Hillsdale collected it. Hil failed dot e d u I mentioned a great classical school in Orange County, which is Thea Orange County Classical Academy. It is one of the Hillsdale classical academies inspired by Hillsdale. Which teach the founding and Dr Larry on President. Hillsdale College is joined by Dr Kenneth Calvert. Dr Katz When we went to break we're about to talk about the founding up North Way discussed the laws of Virginia three weeks ago. People who go and listen to that. That's England transplanted. What is it that the pilgrims had in mind? And when did the Pilgrim's become the Puritans? And how did they diverge? And when does the Salem compact come into this conversation? Well, I think it's important to understand that James, the first of England was really attempting to create a culture built around the Church of England. Andre English, Christianity on and then what happened in the midst of that was that you have two ends of a spectrum kind of cut off from from inclusion in that one are the Puritans on one side, the other are those who choose to hang on to their Catholicism's And on the product inside the Puritans and the pilgrims were ones who really struggled with this idea of being you know, essentially forced into into the Church of England. The Pilgrim's being separatist left first went to the Netherlands and, um, realize that their Children were becoming Dutch more than they leaving behind English tradition. So what's very interesting about the pilgrims? And then the Puritans that followed them is that they were very much you know, Uh, Honoring the King and stand and Parliament of England. But they did struggle with the religious, um, on church structure that had been established. And so the pilgrims ended up coming to the northern colonies and the pilgrims being much more separatist, much more distinct in their attempt. T O be separate from the Church of England, the Puritans who came after them and again. There's a lot of discussion is how one really makes a distinguished distinguishes between these two groups. The Puritans. Many of them were from London. Many of them were involved in commerce and business. Many of them had been trained at Cambridge University, Cambridge University in that at that time, tend to be the kind of intellectual center Puritanism. And what they wanted to do in this new colony or new colonies in the north was to really establish Christian Republic, Um, still under, um You know the King and Parliament of England but to establish a kind of government again, As I said earlier, that might Be a a model for how Christians would live with and among one another, they established the first university in the colonies, Harvard University. Established. You know, in the name of John Harvard, who was a Puritan from Stratford upon Avon and in 16 36. This this college became a university was established. Train pastors and to give a high level of education to the leadership of the Puritan communities

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The white supremacist art in the US Capitol

The Art Newspaper Weekly

05:49 min | Last week

The white supremacist art in the US Capitol

"Now on the sixth of january we saw terrifying scenes in washington dc as right wing rioters and conspiracy theorists incited by the president. Donald trump and other republican politicians invaded the capitol building one of the emblematic images of that day. Taken by mike tyler for reuters featured one of the reuters walking across the second floor of the capitol holding a confederate flag with chilling irony behind him on. The wall is a portrait of charles. Sumner a nineteenth century massachusetts senator. Who was an abolitionist. But it didn't need the riotous to bring white. Supremacist imagery into the capital. Eight statues of confederate leaders. Still stand in the building. So we're going to begin this episode with a special version of our regular feature work of the week and focus on confederate statues and the capital. Sarah beetham is the chair of liberal arts and assistant professor of history at the pennsylvania academy of the fine arts. she's chosen to focus on a sculpture. that was in the capital until recently but is no longer there. It would valentine's nine hundred ninety nine statue of the confederate general robert e lee which was removed from the capitol's national statuary hall on the twenty first of december twenty twenty. So just over two weeks before the riot sarah the images from the capital last week of confederate imagery inside the capitol were so deeply disturbing but that building actually has white. Supremacist imagery in it already. Doesn't it yes absolutely does You know as i was watching the all of those images going by on my on my phone on my on my computer screen You know i. I was just so upset as an american To be watching and worrying about You know our members of congress their staff in that building Seeing that symbolic space be breach on. I was thinking so much about the officers who put themselves on the line to try to take care of. And and Protect our members of congress. My heart really goes out to all officers who were injured in the two who lost their lives on. But of course i was also thinking about The capital and the spaces as an art historian as a scholar of merck and art on and one of the things that i kept coming back to you over and over again was thinking about the significance of all of the art in that collection You have In the capital you have in the rotunda. You have those enormous paintings of All of these scenes from from american history You have the Rotunda with the Freeze going around. It's that is showing all these different scenes of american history as well But then one of the major parts. That i've been thinking about for a long time as the national statuary hall collection on which is a collection of one hundred statues Two of which come from each state on that Began in eighteen. Sixty four And each state has had the ability over time to donate their own two statues to it. n's There are a couple of different criteria for getting into the statuary hall on the statues has to be either marble or bronze. So kind of the highest level of of preserved stature on the subject must be deceased. Must have been associated with that state on and must be historically noteworthy in some way on and subjects are decided on by the states and then donated to the capitol collection with very little oversight by by the capitol collection on end. What i think that maybe maybe more people know now. But i didn't know until a few years ago. Was that a number of the statues. In the capital. Statuary hall collection are actually confederates Either confederate generals The confederate president. Jefferson davis was there on the confederate vice president alexander stevens on with the one that as i was watching those images over and over and over again the kept coming into my head was the statue of robert e lee Which was donated by the state of virginia in nineteen o nine It was by edward. Valentine who was a well-known converts with a sculptor on and it actually wasn't there to be present for the riots because just been removed in december on december. Twenty first of twenty twenty on. And so you know. A lot of people talk about those images of people going by with confederate flags. But i kept thinking you know. This kind of imagery has been there. has been supporting The the capitol for very long time. We talk a bit about valentine before we go onto the specific scope to that. We're talking about because it seems to me to be really amazing. There is this sculptor who long after the deaths of these people was effectively making statues repeatedly of confederate generals. Can you explain that histories y y walls. Valentine's his creating the statues. Sure so. Valentine was a southerner on his entire family was established in richmond. Virginia on there's a museum there today. The valentine museum that includes collections related. To the whole family he came for a very wealthy family. He wasn't actually a confederate soldier because he was studying overseas to become an artist while the war was over but when he came back He saw real opportunity to get involved in confederate commemoration on and he actually produced a number of major statues That's have been in news in the past couple of months One of them is the g. Sant- of robert e lee Lying dead in state on that is at washington and lee university on in the chapel. That's kind of above where his to miss on. It's very striking sculpture for anybody. Who has even before. I recommend looking

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Where Are the Good Guys in Business?

Women Worldwide

05:10 min | Last week

Where Are the Good Guys in Business?

"Everyone. Welcome to another episode of women worldwide. Thank you so much for showing up for tuning in and we appreciate. How much sharing you're doing sharing the episodes and also letting us know how you're doing and how you feel because as you do we continue to deliver stories. The gas the inspiration motivation in the advice to help you so today's show is no different. Let's get right to it. The topic is men supporting women in the workplace. We're are the good guys in champions in the allies who were there to support and that is the perfect segue to my special guest today. And i say special guests because i have two guests joining me on the show. We have david. Smith and david is associate professor of sociology at the college of leadership ethics and at the us naval war college. And i think i might have mutilated that a little bit. So you can always crack me david and we have brad johnson who is a clinical psychologist of professor of psychology in the department of leadership ethics law at the united states naval academy and they are co authors. They i wrote a book called sina rising and now they've written a new book. It's called good. Guys how men can be better allies for women in the workplace david brad. Welcome to women. Worldwide's read to be here with you. Dear dre exterior Thanks for inviting us. Well my pleasure and what a topic to be talking about on women worldwide. We're thrilled that you wrote the book and before we get to good guys. Maybe you can each share how you've got to focusing on gender in the workplace in bringing men into extra david. Why don't you start us off certainly brandon. I taught together at the naval academy for almost eight years. And as you heard. I'm a sociologist. And i focus all of my research. We call the intersection of gender work and families looking at gender perspectives of work in careers and family interacts with that. In my good friend and colleague here dr brad. Johnson is a clinical psychologist. Whose done all of his research in the area of mentoring relationships. We found that together. We had a common interest in particular as we were looking at. How gender equity was playing out in a variety of different industries and professions including the ours around the military that that often these were conversations where there were more women and just not very many guys who were involved in these conversations in creating that equity in in really how men tuned out From the conversation the minute went something around gender or it was a women's leadership initiative. Whatever the case might have been the guys look at that in many cases that oh that's not for me. That's there's not a place for me there in so brad and i were really interested in learning more about how we get more men engaged in this conversation why they weren't engaging in this conversation because the way we are looking at it was women have advanced to a large degree in our organization today in senior leadership to probably about as far as they're gonna get without all of us really getting involved in really committing to creating this gender equity in the workplace and it was going to take men right because this is not just a women's issue. This is a leadership issue. So it's gonna take women and men to be involved in that and so that leads to our first. Our first collaboration excellent in brad. You wanna add anything to that from your perspective. You know i. i think there's also The personal case. For dave and i write so dave dave graduated from the naval academy here. And that's where he met his wife and and he got to see her go through the navy. He's as he stayed with his career. He sees her facing all of these headwinds that he's never encountered and and i think that gave him a real sense of empathy for the experience of women's You know Moments in the workplace being quite different in my case it was my younger sister whose also in the navy she's a navy captain and you know i was in the navy too and i i have just seen shannon my sisters experienced as being quite different right she fit gets told to smile all the time She gets shamed for running too fast on physical fitness test. Because it makes the guys feel bad you know there are just so many things i never encountered. I think for both dave and i. You know we've had these eye opening moments with women we care about. So yes there's yeah condemning business case. That got us intrigued here. But there's a personal as well.

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The Power of Decentralized Marketing

Strength In Business

09:25 min | Last week

The Power of Decentralized Marketing

"Of the centralized marketing gone are the days of critical thinking and freedom of speech. Those who don't comply with the mainstream narrative are d. monetize d platform and often labeled mentally. Ill it's time to leave the centralized marketing land of Facebook twitter youtube and all the other platforms and join decentralized networks. That welcome people who are bold enough to question everything. I joined twitter and facebook game. Twenty seven. I mean those were fun times because nobody really what we were doing. Social media marketing was a new term and the vast majority of people and businesses including major league corporations had no clue what to do with these platforms. I remember the first. At s-. I ran on facebook. I mean back then. Ads were approved instantly and costs. Were ridiculously low. Like in the good old days of email marketing everybody on facebook was clicking on your ass to find out more about this new feature along with whatever you were offering early internet marketers. Were mostly running ads for free e books. You can download from a website you were sent to. It was simple and straightforward marketing approach. That worked seamlessly then greed kick in and what used to be a peaceful place together with loved ones and like minded people turned into an ugly spot. That reminds us of certain behaviors and character's humanity rather knock made acquaintance with so here. We are today as more and more people awaken to the luge of this three d game which is designed so perfectly that a tricks even our most advanced spiritual teachers into believing it's trip for those of us who decided to go all in and up our level of consciousness in order to play this game to our utmost capabilities. We're now faced with incredible challenges. Those who think they can control this amazingly designed game by enslaving the entire planet when most likely encounter some cataclysmic surprises that being said. Let's leave the spiritual playfield for moments and discuss a few tangible marketing solutions to assist your transition from centralized to decentralized marketing networks. And i like to talk to you about the new marketing disruptor which is blockchain so library odyssey minds float p- research. None of these brands and companies are a household name remember two decades ago the same for facebook twitter and youtube the blockchain technology that underpins bitcoin therion coin and all the other cryptocurrencies is already changing the way we do marketing and promote our businesses the biggest difference between the centralized social networks and the decentralized blockchain based attorney tiv- that i just mentioned is that these companies reword users for using their product instead of gathering questionable personal data and selling them to third party corporations and even government entities. Now if you wanna find out more about library minds and flow for example. I highly suggest you listen to my other podcasts. And also check out the my blocks on strengthened business dot com especially the one aware i Wrote and i talked about minds adds that episode is called. Why bother with blockchain social ads. And you might want to hop over to strengthen business dot com and going to that block. Because i shared some a screenshots with you as to how i set up these ads on mines Although there are in the early stages of the platforms per se aren't sophisticated as aloud words any especially facebook but still a lot that he can do. Okay so here are some of the podcast episodes. That are highly suggest. You check out First one is where to go win. Centralized social media kicks off their platform. The next one as i already mentioned why bother with blockchain social ads and another one would be humans or machines. Whom do you create your content for so if you've been listening to strengthen business podcast simply search for these episodes the one with the centralized social media where to go with the kick you off their platforms was the episode that are recorded before this now a lot of my clients and also people that i talk to come to me and say okay. What now especially professionals medical professionals who have different opinion than big pharma. They'll like okay. How i wasted my entire life Or mine tire to last week. All the laws of decade posting on youtube and facebook and now that they banned me were the platform. me what do i do i mean. Have i literally wasted my time. And here's something that. I want to highlight an. I want to suggest That you do and first of all Something very critical in terms of thinking and mindset so first of all your time invested into f. a. m. g. is not wasted so in the past two to three decades f. a. m. g. with Fans for facebook. Amazon apple microsoft and google had a blast they seemingly appear out of nowhere. I mean that's what the majority's purposely deceived to believe and slowly but surely they gained control over our behaviors are thoughts are interest and social interactions. Now to this day. I recall the article written by robert booth with the title. Facebook reviews new speed experiment to control emotions. It was published in the guardian. On june thirtieth. Two thousand fourteen. I repeat facebook. Reviews newsfeed experiment to control emotions. If you're interested in that go to the guardian. It's on june thirtieth twenty fourteen. Very good article. You might wanna read it now. The offensive strengthened business. That was more than six years ago cake. Twenty fourteen now. What do you think happened in the meantime so knowing all these highly unpleasant and disturbing facts about facebook and all the other companies. Why do you think. I still suggest that you haven't wasted your time on social media. Look i've been running ads on the face of ecosystem since two thousand eleven. I educated hundreds of students in my life courses and workshops on how to run profitable ads on facebook instagram and messenger. I created their academy. Where i taught students how to opt game so that they can get the most for their buck went advertising on the social platforms. Now don't you think that. I learn quite a few things about targeting copywriting design call to action network interoperability and so forth that i can immediately apply to block chain advertising. You bet i can. Actually it makes things super easy as these platforms are still in the early stages. While facebook's advertising product is a behemoth in terms of complexity structure and data points compared to these platforms so facebook compared to minds as i mean. It's it's still a joke. Or if you take a p- researches which is a decentralized search engine keywords taking compared to google ad words or google ads. I mean early stages. There's so much that you can take away from everything that you learned on these platforms and apply to the blockchain. Now for you specifically this means the following if you have run ads on any of these platform. I don't care whether that's facebook. I don't care whether that's lengthen pinterest. Snap tiktok whatever you this if you have done. Follow management on twitter or instagram. If you have worked on improving your copywriting skills if you have learnt to shoot and edit videos an audience say for example for youtube if you have engaged in any kind of social media marketing and david these you most definitely can take all that knowledge and apply it one to one to the decentralized marketing networks based on blockchain technology. Remember their technology changes that is there is no one entity controlling whatever it is that you're saying you're putting up now. The only thing. I'd encourage you to do is to stay humble. Be open to learning new things. And more importantly to be willing to engage in marketing activities that are created for humans. Not some stupid machines. And they're all greats like in the early days everybody's setup their pages and all these. Seo thing for google please write for humans create content for humans

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Consumer prices up 0.4% in December, biggest jump in 4 months, led by sharp rise in gasoline prices

AP 24 Hour News

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Consumer prices up 0.4% in December, biggest jump in 4 months, led by sharp rise in gasoline prices

"Consumer prices posted their biggest increase in four months. The Labor Department says consumer prices were up 4/10 of 1% in December. The increase was mainly due to a nearly 8.5% hike in gasoline prices. However, gas prices here still 15% lower than they were a year ago when people were still commuting to work. For all of 2020 inflation rose a modest 1.4% below the Federal Reserve's target of 2%. Analysts believe inflation will remain low, with the U. S Academy still in a downturn from the Corona virus

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Los Angeles' Disneyland to become a mass Covid vaccine distribution site

KNX Evening News

06:08 min | Last week

Los Angeles' Disneyland to become a mass Covid vaccine distribution site

"Sites where mass vaccinations could be administered in the coming weeks and While asking thousands of people a day to come to Dodger Stadium or Petco Park down in San Diego to be vaccinated against coronavirus. Sounds like a good idea. Well, the devil you guessed it will be in the details. Dr. Jeffrey Luther is with the California Academy of Family Physicians, a member of the California Covert 19 Vaccine Advisory Committee, Doctor, Thanks for being with us. Exactly. So let's talk first of all before we even get to how this is envision to work in places like Disneyland and Dodger Stadium. Of course, the federal government. The news this morning, as you know, is to greatly expand those who should be getting covert vaccines and kind of chucking a lot of the tiered system that really wasn't working very well. Eyes California since states don't have to take the CDC guidance Will California That's Zed. Excellent question, and you're right. The announcement not just expanded the number of people potentially getting the vaccine sooner, but also committed to releasing more doses of the vaccine sooner. Which is something president elect Fighting was pushing in his comments in recent weeks. And California. You're right doesn't have to deviate from the federal guidelines. But we have have to have a pretty good reason not to. As it happens. The committee I'm on the Vaccine Advisory committee. Is the one making it recommendations to the department. Public health on how to prioritize vaccine delivery and it was just announced. We have an emergency meeting at four o'clock this afternoon to discuss this very topic. So stay tuned. So is it your anticipation The California will do. What the federal government is recommend. Seems like a probably was in that answer somewhere because it seems like it makes a lot of sense. Educated guess on my part would be the yes, it will probably very much, for example, with federal government is saying that the whole idea of the tears is that moving between them is fluid and the last person in tier one. A doesn't have to get the vaccine before we could go on a tear. One B. There's potential for great overlap, but I think the logistics and just the supply of vaccine has been a big limiting factor. So car. Okay, So these super vaccination sites in practice? What is the plan from what they actually Look like the process for them. Who would go? That kind of thing and how you'd be notified that it's your time because that's the big question. Everybody has. I mean, how do I know when it's my time to drive over to Dodger Stadium? You know, and whether it's Dodger Stadium, want your doctor's office or a CVS or your pharmacy of choice? That's the question everyone's mind. There's a tremendous amount of anticipation and anxiety. The big question is when and how will I get my shot? And especially when these guidelines changing or evolving, it creates ah sense of unease and chaos. I'm grateful that I don't have to be the one figuring out how to administer a Dodger Stadium sized vaccine clinic, but some of the general challenges I see whether it's Dodger Stadium or Disneyland or picked apart. It's been there by design getting here, the huge numbers of people and that means you're having lots of people come into relative proximity, which is a crowd control covert control issue. S O scheduling a little schedule. Li will be important people won't be able just to drive there and drop in on. So the county has they have a scheduling system that will give people a time window. The other problem is that once you're vaccinated, our current recommendations are that you'll be observed for a least 15 minutes to look for any sign of an adverse reaction. And so you need physical space where people could be spaced away from each other with a health care professional, keeping an eye on them for at least 15 minutes while however many other people get their shots. So it's not just to drive through. Get your shot and drive off. There also needs to be a process for evaluating who's ready for that vaccine. Even if we abandon some of the intricate tears that I'm not saying we're abandoning, but which may change because of the Fed's announcement today, there's still gonna be issues where, you know a 78 year old. Is, you know, deserving of everyone's deserving the vaccine. But a 78 year old is in line for the vaccine and healthy 25 year old is not yet And obviously you can tell the difference between a 78 year old and a 25 year old but people if we hit here to the different tiers, there has to be a method for identifying who's ready and who's not. We're also gonna need lots of staff to vaccinate. To observe and we're looking at anyone who could potentially be a source from nursing students to pharmacists and foreign text to dentists to physician's assistant students. It's OK, but I'm going to stop you there, Doctor because All the things that you've just said, which you're absolutely right. And I don't have to be an expert to say Yeah, you're going to need all of that. It also sounds like it's going to take a kind of a long time. To get all of this up and running in an efficient way. Why do I see I don't know. What's a good word chaos. I think that's the word I used. Yes. Okay, So I mean, how long is going to take to get all of these records that things in place the people? The systems. And yes, I mean, making sure that people who drive in their cars and then they stay for 15 minutes while they wait to make sure that they don't have a negative react. That's a lot to to ask. Of any facility for thousands of people every day. That's true, and I think that a lot of the infrastructure work I trust has been going on is going on behind the scenes. It's not something that we see and I guarantee it yet. It's probably gonna be a rocky rollout. Then we would like to see but I think the the resource is will be rolling out. I do think they'll be a little get up and started. It won't be at full capacity on day one. I could guarantee that Dr Jeffrey Luther, their California Academy of Family Physicians, member of the Cove in 19 Advisory Committee. Stay tuned, You know, he was saying, how

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Sex Pistols Series Directed by Danny Boyle Coming to FX

Colleen and Bradley

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Sex Pistols Series Directed by Danny Boyle Coming to FX

"Pistols has been ordered at effects with Academy Award winner Danny Boyle directing an executive producing the project. Now the Serious is set to begin production on March 7th the Sex Pistols, the famous punk band from the late seventies featuring vocalist Johnny Rotten. They have quite the story so ready for man. All right, good to know. Right?

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Lightfoot Confirms In-Person Learning Will Resume Monday For Some Chicago Students

John Williams

01:13 min | 2 weeks ago

Lightfoot Confirms In-Person Learning Will Resume Monday For Some Chicago Students

"Putting a call out to CPS teachers to return to work for in person learning starting on Monday, despite many claims by the Chicago Teachers Union and some aldermen that they don't think it's safe to be back in the classroom. We look forward to seeing you On Monday. I want you to know that I have absolutely heard you. Absolutely hurt you. I know you're anxious. I know many of you are scared. The teachers union hosted a zoom meeting Friday afternoon with its rank and file members and parents of CPS students. Shabaan Coleman is a pre K teachers assistant at Lawndale Community Academy, she says in class learning Monday should be postponed. Wants to peek on it Chills You used to be called Force never used to pick on coming down with simple cold because coldness also psychological first time someone phosphorus needs this. We're going to be ready to go home because we both feel safe in these buildings. Pre K and cluster students are scheduled to return to class on Monday. Kindergarten through eighth grade, expected to return in February.

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"Police Academy" actress Marion Ramsey dies at 73

Colleen and Bradley

00:18 sec | 2 weeks ago

"Police Academy" actress Marion Ramsey dies at 73

"Star Mary Ann Ramsey has passed away at the age of 73. She was most known for her role as police officer Laverne Hooks, and she also had a role in Hello, Dolly and other place. According to her manager. Ramsey had become ill recently. But the cause of her death is unknown. So remember her from the police Academy movies.

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Marion Ramsey, "Police Academy" actress, dies at 73

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

Marion Ramsey, "Police Academy" actress, dies at 73

"To a generation of comedy fans. Marien Ramsey was not a household names. But if you were a fan of police academy, then you definitely know who she Woz. Sir Laverne hooks. She would get very loud when she got frustrated. One scene that showcased in Police Academy three back in training. That's a lot better. Yeah. That was a very cool movie. She was cool. She was a Broadway actress and a singer as well. She died in L. A. At the age of 73. No Cause has been

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General info about BI SIG with MaryBeth Osborne

Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Podcast

04:57 min | 2 weeks ago

General info about BI SIG with MaryBeth Osborne

"Everybody to the brain injury sig podcast. This is our first podcasts. And we are so excited to have mary beth born as our person that we are interviewing for this podcast so as our inaugural version here. We figured we'd do is talk about the sig in some influent in some Can up-to-date versions of what's going on with the sig. So mary beth is a physical therapist who initially got her degree from the university of north carolina at chapel hill in nineteen eighty nine and then went back a few years later to get her. Dpt in two thousand nine as she has clinical specialization in neurologic. Physical therapy which She was board certified in two thousand fourteen. She has professional experience in a lot of different settings. I'm a large portion of her time in brain injury community based re entry and then supported living program. She was adjunct faculty at unc chapel hill for five years and then has been at university health for five years in their outpatient narrow clinic in serves as the co director of the neuro residency program. She has expertise in the hippo. Therapy and aquatic therapy so. Welcome mary beth. Good to have you thank you. I'm delighted to be the first gassed on your podcast. And help promote the sake right so i guess i should mention the reason why you're here as our guest for the big is that you have quite a lot of experience helping out with the brain injury sig in general in the a n. P. t. on so could you maybe just tell us a little bit about your role in the brain injury sake. Sure i'm the immediate past chair of the brain injury special interest group and served two terms And it was an extra year is well because it was We transitioned from chair. Lacked position which i served that year so i believe it was seven years as the brain injury. Sick share I started as the chair so A lot of people know came back or karen mccullough she nominated nominated me from the floor at a csm meeting and That's when i started being involved with the big. Wow awesome and we thank you for all your work that you've done for the many changes in the accomplishments that you had over the years with it so for people who don't really know the structure of organization of maybe kind of umbrellas. Ap ta in a n. p. t. could you just kinda give a brief Overview of kind of how the brain injury falls into place where really falls amongst the structure of the aneka ti. Of course that abt a has a number of academies sections and so the academy with under which the brain injury special interest group falls is the academy of neurologic physical therapy or a. n. p. t. and so under a. n. p. t. There are eight special interest groups or six and so the brain injury special interest group is one of those eight special interest groups and the intent is just to break down the content area or Interest area of clinicians and their pets Into common interest areas so that the special interest groups kind of interface directly with the membership on a smaller level. Right right thanks. That's really helpful. I think to kind of know where everyone falls in alignment and kind of how they all work together. So the brain injury sig than is part of the a. N. p. t. Does the brain injury saying have its own particular goals or kind of missions or things that it's doing to can help on conditions who are had interested in helping individuals with brain injury. Yeah so the jury's special interest group mission aligns with the economy of neurologic. Pt's mission and is basically. And i'm paraphrasing. But it's basically just a forum to promote health wellness Optimal function and quality of life for individuals with acquired brain injury That's kind of the overall arching thing is to gather people who are interested in providing care and assisting individuals with acquired brain injury From the physical therapy perspective.

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Grammy Awards postponed due to 'deteriorating' coronavirus situation in Los Angeles

KYW 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

Grammy Awards postponed due to 'deteriorating' coronavirus situation in Los Angeles

"Annual Grammy Awards have been postponed due to the Impact Cove it has had in Los Angeles, where the show is broadcast from Viacom. CBS, says the awards show originally set to take place on January. 31st will now be broadcast March 14th in a statement. The recording Academy says they reached the decision after having what they called thoughtful conversations with health experts scheduled performing artists and host Trevor Noah. California leads the U. S in total number of covert cases.

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Ubuntu Podcast

01:40 min | Last month

S13E40 Ravens - burst 4 - EXPAND 1

"If it's difficult for you to get to the national museum of computing which it might be then virtual tories just as good because the way they've done it in such a way that you could virtually walk around the museum and zoom in on their exhibits and look at the posters on the wall and move from room to room and it was just so beautifully done that you could just meander around museum like he would in real life but there was nobody to bump into and nobody getting your way. Nobody standing in front of the exhibits. You could just meander around your leisure and revisit anytime so you can go back to that website now and have another look around the museum. It's fantastic. i love it. Brilliant and shortly after we found that jupiter broadcasting friends of the show announced that they are independent again. They threw off the shackles of their to become an independent broadcasting network once again and we wish them all the best and still continue to do say martin abandon september welinsk september building on the news of the novo's bringing their range of workstations With in june. Hp announced z series workstations and. Mobile workstations are larussa. Going to start shipping with into on that completed the trio of the three Sort of top tier one. Oem's announced shipping up onto on their devices. Excellent yeah it's great to have more choice When you when you to buy laptop. There's all these little boutique people like the system. Seventy six and the tuxedo or that having big brand names that people know and recognize available

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"american academy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"american academy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Org a message from the American academy of dermatology ABC traffic in transit well that accident investigation on the Meadowbrook southbound Meadowbrook south of the southern state parkway approaching Babylon turnpike southbound lanes we've got a police investigation left lane is blocked off traffic is not that bad at this point through that area we're looking at slow down on the west side highway there's a collision northbound on the west side highway in the one twenty th heavy traffic from ninety six street right on up to the accident site cross Bronx moving well for the rector after the GWB no problems at the George holiday like it also in great shape southbound side of the palisades parkway much better right view alpine New Jersey accident there has been cleared and in Rockland county and Sloatsburg we have an accident on route seventeen involving a tractor trailer right around Washington Avenue we're looking at a lot of heavy traffic northbound on seventeen from seven lakes drive off towards Washington Avenue I JH relays talk radio seventy seven WABC underground from the files of the hidden somewhere on deliberate can steal over nondescript building we once again make contact with a leader the end hello everybody I'm Marc live in our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one if you're intelligent.

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"american academy" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"american academy" Discussed on Z104

"The American academy of cosmetic dentistry in the state of Virginia smile with confidence from east beach smiles and see one oh for him with the center I'm a year old Jeremy Wheeler forecast day we got partly cloudy skies we see some isolated rain showers highs will be in the upper eighties with some nineties inland and south and you want to be out of the south at five to ten miles an hour tonight partly cloudy with lows and low seventies when south five to ten never Wednesday partly cloudy skies but a few showers and storms later in the afternoon highs will be near ninety and it's going to be human that's in the morning to forecast on zero four have a good day one of four with you everywhere you go download the radio dot com batteries are to live a prose train because they power a lot of your two new Duracell optimum batteries available at the home depot can give froze extra life and some devices for extra power in other verses Duracell copper top double a and triple a batteries and the re seal package makes it easy when you finally to replace the power for your two Duracell optimum double eight twelve thirteen ninety eight at the home depot more saving more doing are you ready for your breakthrough moment at southern New Hampshire university you can make it happen as a private non profit university as nature's online degree programs are made to fit your goals your budget and your busy life here's how John broke through SNHU came to the states when I was eight years old and I've always had dreams of being some bigger my breakthrough moment was having that degree from S. an issue allow me to say okay I'm qualified it gives me the right to with over one hundred online master's degree programs flexible class schedules and some of the lowest online tuition rates in the nation southern New Hampshire university can help you get where you want to go now that I have my degree from as an issue I know exactly where I need to be.

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"american academy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"american academy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"The American Academy of pediatrics and the American Heart Association released policy recommendations, encouraging local and state lawmakers to implement taxes on sugary drinks. The hope is that. Children would consume fewer of those sugary drinks and subsequently obesity in children would decrease as well. Dr Bill Deedes pediatrician and member of the American Academy pediatrics create this policy recommendation spoke with KRLD Suzy Sali's about it. As policy statement is directed at the consumption of sugary drinks, which are major source of calories for children and teenagers. For example, the upper twenty five percent of children and teenagers consume about five hundred calories a day from sugary drinks. And we think that's a significant contributor to obesity. What caused you guys to create this new policy? Well, several things that I was the excessive consumption of sugary drinks. And Secondly was the rising prevalence of obesity across the country obesity now affects eighteen percent of two to nineteen year olds in the United States. And then obviously affects people later in life as well. Yes. So obesity that starts in childhood often. Persists until adulthood. Although that's not to dismiss the importance of obesity in adulthood, about fifty percent of obesity begins in the twenty to thirty nine year old age group. We have fewer data on the consumption of sugary drinks in that age group. And so this would call for an excise tax on these kinds of beverages. Correct. We think taxation is an effective way to reduce consumption and the experience in the US cities and towns that have done that is it makes clear that if you tax sugary drinks make them more expensive. They're less likely to be consumed. The problem with with sugary drinks is that they contain sugar and almost nothing else. The other important ingredient in sugary drinks is caffeine which may addict children too, sugary drinks. The consumption of sugary drinks is viewed as harmless, whereas, you know, twenty or thirty years ago the consumption of sugary drink like a coke or Pepsi was a real treat. It wasn't an everyday occurrence. And we think that the ship. Henry drinks are one of the important contributors to the development of obesity in children and teenagers. What's the likelihood of this to actually take place for these for for an attacks to actually be put in place? It is unlikely that attacks will occur at the federal level. But there's already evidence that this is happening at the local level and number of communities seven or eight communities now in the United States have passed a tax on sugary drinks. And we think as the awareness of the contribution of sugary drinks to obesity increases and the properties of the sugary drinks increases that increase taxes are going to be more likely certainly beginning at the community level, and ultimately at the state level. This is like tobacco tobacco didn't start with the federal tax. It started at the local level, and then grew and we think that the same thing can happen to sugary drink taxes start to build eats from George Washington University people aren't buying cheap vehicles anymore. They're opting for more expensive cars correspondent Jeff Gilbert reports on the current trend in the auto industry, the auto industry closing the books on the weakest first-quarter sales wise and over five years were trending below where we ended in twenty. But LLC automotive analyst, Jeff. Shuster says the lost sales are mostly on lower less. Profitable sedans. The more profitable utility and pickup sales remained strong enough to push up average transaction prices a thousand dollars per vehicle over this. Same time last year. Jeff Gilbert, CBS news, Detroit. Seven.

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"american academy" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"american academy" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

"From the American Academy of terminology Thirty hours of testimony by White House counsel Don Mcgann in the Russia probe no collusion no obstruction witch-hunt President Trump responding on Twitter to a New York Times story about. Testimony White House counsel Don, Mcgann gave, in the. Russia probe tweeting that he gave him again and other members of. His staff permission. To cooperate fully with the special counsel readily handing over one million pages of documents adding. Most transparent in history Tennessee democrat Steve Cohen a member of the House Judiciary committee had a. Different taste trust people should trust so it's just more of the chaos and mental instability, that we're seeing. Sixteen hundred Pennsylvania the New York Times reporting that. Mcgann, acting, on the advice of his legal counsel was, concerned, he could be accused of obstructing, Justice like John dean, was during the Nixon administration. Chain Netflix Fox News the missing bodies have pregnant thirty four year old Shannon Watson her two young. Daughters were found in Denver Colorado, just one, day after her husband Chris watts was arrested Does the possible. Suspect court documents indicate the, two girls, worse submerged. In crude oil for four. Days before being found friends and neighbors. Like Lauren Newman. The family babysitter are trying to make sense of this situation he's a monster who let. Us comfort him and Phil absolutely no remorse ROY he's done police are not releasing any information. About a motive or how the three were killed the US intrepid aircraft carrier is celebrating, its seventy fifth. Anniversary in New York City former World War Two. Crew, member, Daniel Watkins attended a special ceremony remembering how, much, he wanted to be part of, its history and service Glenda's.

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"american academy" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"american academy" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Nine seven thousand it's john and greenfield hi how you doing buddy hey thanks for taking my call him appreciate get where you're coming from at least insofar as a name change is concerned i'm not sure that that has really far reaching permanent consequences but i have seen that the american academy of pediatrics says that there's something like seventy five percent of miners who identifies transgender change their mind before they turn the age and because of that they recommended that no doctors performing type of permanent medical procedures or hormone treatments until age majori and so at the very least that high that the majority of children stay there one gender or or say that their gender confused change their mind later and identified differently i'm not sure that allowing permanent changes or life things that can affect you for for the remainder of your life is really a good idea and there ought to be some mechanism bear to say hold on now slow down let's let's maybe weight age mature like the judge said there right yeah i see what you're saying and i think it's valid point i really do i saw those numbers to and i think it's it's from what i could tell the reality of the facts that somewhere between forty and sixty percent but yeah you're talking about a coin toss whether or not someone's going to change their mind when they become eighteen i will say though that i think there's also an element here that that people do make decisions about.

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"american academy" Discussed on AFP: American Family Physician Podcast

AFP: American Family Physician Podcast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"american academy" Discussed on AFP: American Family Physician Podcast

"The afp podcast is supported by the american academy of family physicians supporting more than one hundred twenty nine thousand family physicians worldwide membership information available at afp dot org slash membership and by the journal left pm providing practical peerreviewed advice to help primarycare physicians advance their practice patient care and career available in print and online subscription information available at afp dot org slash f pm ubuntu welcome to the american family physician podcast for the february 15th twenty 18 issue i'm steve i'm still i'm joanna and michelle we are residents in faculty mostly residents from the university of arizona college of medicine phoenix family medicine residency this time on the podcast we're going to talk about acute migraine treatment diabetes education vitamin d light therapy for cognitive impairment urinary tract infection and kids and oxygen for my cardio infarction the opinions expressed in the podcast our own into not represent the opinions of the american academy of family physicians the editor of american family physicians or banner health did not use this podcast for medical advice instead see our own family doctor medical care yeah yes.

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"american academy" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"american academy" Discussed on KOIL

"Aancomconcussion a message from the american academy of neurology core i'm quite new is you are listening to ground zero show i think that i made my point when i said that i think now we you know we must certainly pay attention i mean after the whole thing with the pentagon the barber defence saying that that cnn threat assessment of you of votes you you need the kind of hiv you really want to have anybody take it all seriously yeah and if you want anyone to expressing interested in any more i think that what you need to do is you you you need to refigure your sources kia keep the crazy people at bay an end and make sure that what you're showing people you're using critical thinking about i mean it's the same thing for what happened with this whole russian meddling that biz information comes in any at all kinds of shapes forms videos algorithms you name it meant yeah opinion polls indicate than public you know the public is interested in ufos i know that advertising executives they know this movie producers know this but you know is it all deep down something that's triggering us to think wow or resolve the superficial minutes at all the you know less fbi left behind in annex x files episode or do we really really really wanna know more i mean uh this plenty of denial or at least ignorance in the part of the authority figures and say well there's nothing to this and the wrong because you know when you look at the world it's complex and we have a complex world or you have an infant at world the deal with an infant universe a places you've never been to having a finite rigid mine on is is really in my opinion stupid it's ignorance stupid and there's vast amounts of data to make you know what we hope are good arguments that what we need to do is have a little understanding we need to be a little bit more critical and understanding as well we need a standard there are technological miracles that are militaries put together but then again you know there may be a few out there that too are also technological miracles that are indistinguishable from magic karimun indistingishable from alien can we have tyler roadway on the program to talk about the ufo follow up this is an intercept between air force planes ufos and what the controllers on.

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"american academy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"american academy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The good news is that there is an intriguing evidence from some low income schools in in texas that are actually adding recesses in as an effort to boost test scores of now when it comes to school startimes the american academy of pediatrics behind you there right yeah i mean we should be behind the american academy of pediatrics on this one i mean so so what we have in in quantitaive says that when people hit about the age of fourteen they have a massive mood toward becoming much more late much more evening types people are extremely alley its physiological between the ages of fourteen and about the age of twenty four they shift literally to sometimes three hours later on and so the american academy of pediatrics and again that's a very strong they issued a policy statement at that's a little sterile policy statement from a and associations to think of it instead of this thing about all the pediatricians of america linking arms in marching through the streets and they're saying to school districts across america do not start school for teenagers before eight thirty in the morning it is contra indicated by everything we know we know that early school startimes for teenagers increases the dropout rate reduces test scores contributes to depression obesity a whole parade of wars and so they pediatricians have been pleading with school districts do not do this starts school after eight thirty the average will start time in america today for teenagers is eight o'clock eight of three am telephone has been a little bit better in fact considerably veteran some ways but he's across the united states and you're right but some which was interesting is it is ads district that of changed this have have seen really good results lower dropout rates less depression even fewer car accidents the other interesting thing about this is that the people who've studied this it's a very costeffective solution to i mean it took to to start school 45 minutes later started nine fifteen versus starting it at 815 is is the.

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"american academy" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"american academy" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"From the american academy of dermatology weather and traffic before february eleven twenty 18 newsradio 700 wlw cincinnati to ohio police officers gave their lives in the line of duty this is continuing coverage from newsradio 700 wlw with the 1230 report i'm troy atoms soak give away from protection rovers limits were balucan brood they were shot after responding to a nine one one hang up call to police officers were killed saturday in the line of duty just north of columbus westerville police chief joe morbid sur could barely speak at times when announcing the deaths of two of his finest two officers 39yearold eric georigan fiftyfouryearold tony morelli gunned down while responding to a nine one one hang up call arrestable family are worcester wrote community will rally around the reader families of these off kosir who were slain in londonderry morbid sir says it took just eight minutes for the officers to arrive at that apartment he says the immediately took on gunfire officer during died on the scene ereli died later it olshey wexner medical center a suspect is in custody in columbus jarrett alley newsradio 700 wlw newsradio 700 wlw has more frequent traffic and weather updates heard every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons there is a report of intoxicated man on the roadway beach mont avenue at worcester pike and an accident fortin avenue at forbes road vegas forecast from.

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"american academy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"american academy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Radio earlier this week president trump reminded the american people about his anti regulatory efforts the american academy from washington overreach cutting twenty two regulations for everyone in new regulation the most and history by far we've cut hundreds and hundreds of regulations allowing people to have their businesses work that business businesses in our people some american workers who are protected by some of those regulations are starting to push back now against these efforts allen levin is a regulation reporter for bloomberg news and joining me now in the bloomberg 991 studios here in washington dc and allan listen to spoil it down a couple of things that we noticed in the past week the administration reconsidering those rules that protect coal miners from black long and some farmers who are actually protected by one of those regulations that the president wants to roll back some chicken farmer specifically are actually going to sue the administration because they say they need that regulation so bring this up to speed that these people who seem to be the president's basin who would have supported him are now starting to feel what's happening with the regulations and that's true and and there's a a truism in the role the regulation which is any time you act to do anything that helps one group of people you almost inevitably hurt another group and so in these examples you gave uh you know in the final days of the obama administration they passed rule that gave small farmers little little more leeway to try to sue the big producers and trump is now uh pudding that on hold but um and and in that uh it was sought by these big agricultural interests so they're very strong economic uh uh forces that want it but you have this other group of small farmers who feel that their ability to uh prospered now is threatened by this rule so so they filed suit we'll see how far that goes.

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"american academy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"american academy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"All right thank you john and moments ago you heard president trump reminding the american people of his anti regulatory efforts the american academy from washington overreach cutting twenty two regulations for every one the new regulation the most and history by far we've cut hundreds and hundreds of regulations allowing people to have their businesses work that businesses in people some american workers who are protected by some of those regulations are starting to push back now against these efforts allen levin is a regulation reporter for bloomberg news and joining me now andy bloomberg 991 studios here in washington dc and alan listen to spoil it down on a couple of things that we noticed in the past week the administration reconsidering those rules that protect coal miners from black long and some farmers who are actually protected by one of those regulations that the president wants to roll back some chicken farmer specifically are actually going to sue the admitted stray shen because they say they need that regulation so bring this up to speed that these people who seem to be the president's basin who would have supported them are now starting to feel what's happening with the regulations and that's true and and there's a a truism in the world the regulation which is any time you act to do anything that helps one group of people you almost inevitably hurt another group and so in these examples you gave uh you know in the final days of the obama administration they passed a rule that gave small farmers little more leeway to try to sue the big producers um and trump is now uh pudding that on hold but um and and in that uh it was sought by these big agricultural interests so they're very strong economic uh uh forces that want it but you have this other group of small farmers who feel that their ability to uh prosper now is threatened by this rule so so they filed suit we'll see how far that goes.

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"american academy" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"american academy" Discussed on KOIL

"The american academy of neurology from now on we're going to uh we're gonna have we're talking about it this morning uh they going to have teeshirt using theme music for chris cuomo when we put them on taiwan have those new theme music is the macgill guerrilla saw everybody loves the majority rule is on i'm sure grizz will love it the moody balloon what is up with battery the venture now howdy it's been a weekend and like no other lots and lots of mega giant news stories over the weekend and some not so big news stories also that are falling crazy and naughty those crazy democrats they hate tax reform and let me just say this i started taking notes over the weekend on president obama's legacy such as it is and with the passage of the tax reform bill the economy taken off like a rocket ship already even without the tax reform bill.

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"american academy" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"american academy" Discussed on KOIL

"A message from the american academy of neurology he's said the center party wonderful genetic did so much planning and house looks great well you now it was almost cancelled did you hear that bill was really sick with the flu two weeks ago now i had no idea i've been so busy a work but my coworkers tomba was in the hospital with fruit to is still okay it was pretty serious and aggravated his asthma bill got sick quickly with a high fever fortunately janette got him to the doctor right away the doctor said it was flew and prescribed medication that help him get back on its feet now i didn't know fluids so serious until it heard you'll safe felt like he'd been hit by a truck you mr big meeting at work well thank goodness dinette had gotten her flu shot because he now she's expecting oh man i guess i was another thing you guys didn't know either a message from the department of health and human services on loved playing high school sports i love the competition the camaraderie the bands the crowds all the pageantry and i wanted to keep playing but i graduated no colleges called and neither did the pros so to stay close to the game i loved i decided to become a high school official you know a referee when i played high school sports i learned the importance of integrity good sportsmanship and respect for the rules now as a high school official i get to help model the same values to others maybe the colleges and the pros didn't call but the kids in the brass could do and now i'm enjoying the competition the camaraderie the bands the crowds and all the pageantry of high school sports all over again this message presented by the nebraska small activities association and the nebraska state interest elastic athletic administrators association the american legion honors our newest generation of warriors.

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"american academy" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"american academy" Discussed on KOIL

"Message from the american academy of neurology good all three thank you the call fault fall paul on the old for the full lawyer full paul mug it'll oh michael wolff the will old uh who a word the old oil he or whirl we'll get play with your played all yes you will need will we it oh you're doing it all of them will he will go well a kit a little legal fully what we've we've talked before about some of the bit of a made you know play for example when does the big new resist d he spoke at nineteen 72 of course he was on the council foreign relations vehicles involved with he was one of the sheep consoles we obama administration the carter administration and even you know even was around shorter leads them to be with donald trump he said in he said shortly the public we'll be unable to reason or think for themselves you'll only be able to pare the information they've been given on the previous night's news and that's exactly is is true and this is what zbigniew brzezinski said in nineteen seventy two he knew that this would be our future he knew that people would parrot what they hear on the news and there would be the rallying agendas from one news source to another new source it will be us against them one news source saying that what's going on in the nfl is this a winner news source saying it's that and they didn't between we have a president who says one thing that media interpreted one way.

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"american academy" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"american academy" Discussed on WRVA

"The american academy of neurology hey guys is gary day nerd chuck and i hope you check out the gary audio experience here on iheartradio i am hungry to produce the greatest podcast in the history of podcasts very serious know things i'm looking to covers nor ship motivation of the current state of media lots of been abusing keynote surround social digital you know twenty teams down in the triangle there's only one classic rock station musicians real news nick classic rock now at one hundred point seven fm word you man seth lugo as a little creepy though of a bridge and onramp is a little business as kind of like cantona kinda makes it bows tear by four other guy loves email ran no question about it this is rallies retirement coach brian rally of rally well solutions rally capital management questions on the show we would love to answer them for you and hopefully get you the answer that maybe you've not found anywhere else you've been looking you've been hoping to finance or to a specific question a particular question that you have then we can hopefully get that for you and we've got as a matter of fact we've got a caller that left us a question and we're going to answer it here on the show this week if you'd like to do the same thing calls nine one nine eight five two 1215 it's nine one nine eight five two one two one five you can check us out anytime online at rally well solutions dot com that is the number coming up we're gonna talk about claiming strategies and the importance of them for social security benefits because i don't know that allow people think about it i think most people just think i'm going to walk down to the social security office maybe not won't will say dr drive down to the social security office and set this up and everything's going to be hunkydory in everybody's gonna be happy and it's going to work just like i thought but if you have a strategy involved may it can work to your benefit more than you even new we got retire at made simple here on the show it is rallies retirement coach with brian rally my name is doug coward again the number nine one nine eight five two 1215 reach out if you would like.

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"american academy" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"american academy" Discussed on WCTC

"I feel every day with my loving wife and three beautiful daughters my football career ended after suffered my fifth concussion did you know that over a million athletes suffer a concussion each year that includes boys and girls every age every type and level of sport it isn't always clear that a player has had a concussion so parents athletes and coaches need to learn about concussion signs and symptoms the american academy of neurology recommends athletes thought to have a concussion be immediately removed from play and not return until assessed by a healthcare professional trained in concussion this isn't just about sports it's about your brain when in doubt sit it out learn more at aancomconcussion that's a end tom slashed concussion a message from the american academy of neurology when i was little i didn't talk for a long time i like things to always be the same anything new or different would scare and upset me as sensitive to lights sonos and eyes and ears than everyone else china's singh i think are getting i didn't like looking people it made me feel uncomfortable adjournment tensions have a little things like when my socks didn't match sometimes i do the same things over and over day ahead on my family got me slowly i learned how to live with it better you can see signs of autism in children as young as eighteen months early intervention can make a lifetime of difference learn the signs at autismspeaksorgsigns brought to you by.

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"american academy" Discussed on AFP: American Family Physician Podcast

AFP: American Family Physician Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"american academy" Discussed on AFP: American Family Physician Podcast

"Treatment for ngo dima is largely the same as arctic area though corticosteroids may be more commonly used so to summarize many things can cause or to carry ah but an extensive lab work up is not necessary treatment should be step wise and second generation in a his two means should be your mainstay of treatment we're going to wrap up this issue with the discussion of a practice guideline from the american academy of dermatology on acne vulgarities ira we're going to go through three key points in some extra bullet points from this article for treating acne bulgara's these fall the american academy dermatology guidelines for managing this condition here we go point one the first line treatment from mild acne vulgarities include ends up side or a topical retina wide or a combination is medications from moderate acne vulgarities a combination of benzopyrene inside with a topical antibiotic anna topical retina loyd or both can be used you can add an oral antibiotic if necessary and i said vera acne vulgarities you can have an oral antibiotic with a benzyl proxided topical antibiotic and a topical red night dokic point two topical or oral antibiotics should not be used as a motto fear of the because of the risk of developing bacterial resistance the choice of a topical agents should be based on a patient's age acne sites severity in patient preference eta addicts should then be prescribed for just the shortest amount of time necessary and you should reassess after using them for three or four months point three tetracyclene the preferred oral antibiotic doxycycline aninat cycline are more effective than tetracyclene we don't really have good data for other antibiotics outside a tetracyclene or macro leads pregnant women and children younger than hd receiver earth or maya sen and as if their my assassin and backstrom should be given to those patients who can't take tetracycline or they fail as antibiotic treatment.

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