35 Burst results for "Annika"

"annika" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

06:06 min | 6 months ago

"annika" Discussed on Fore Play

"We have a huge show two very important guests and our very own Frankie barelli is doing some ominous bit that we are not aware of yet. We have Eric Smith, who is the program scientist for the James Webb telescope program from NASA, who joins the show for nearly an hour and we go through it all just as you would imagine and then we also have one of if not the greatest female golfer of all time and one of the great golfers of all time, Annika sorenstam on this very show. So it's a huge one. We got the whole squad myself Trent Frankie and lurch. And we have a really just weird smile coming from Frankie again has been preparing for a recap of last week's golf tournament. So wait, before we get to that, I unfortunately had to miss the NASA Eric Smith, I believe you said his name was interview. People are obviously gonna hear and I'm gonna have to listen to it myself, but just quickly did it go the way that you guys thought it would. We've talked a lot on this show. We've had a lot of conversation at times this has been a space podcast, not necessarily a factual space podcast, but a space podcast. Like, sometimes I worry that you bring in an actual expert and he's just gonna tell you that you're all wrong and that it's not nearly as interesting as that we hope that it would be. Trent, this guy knows he just knows stuff and he explained it particularly well and he understood because he listened to our last segment on the web telescope, which was a little bit revealing and kind of felt very vulnerable, but overall he was, I would say fantastic. I'd say we got more into just how impressive it is of what they're about to do. And a lot of the things, like when you're listening to this interview, and I get it, it's a golf podcast, and we're talking about space, and I'm sure there's gonna be a lot of people that get mad..

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The Attica Prison Uprising

American Scandal

01:17 min | 11 months ago

The Attica Prison Uprising

"Two men make their way across the arm to a set of scuffed. Wooden tables clark grabs a microphone wired up to a speaker at the sound of his voice. Hundreds of prisoners suddenly look up. Clark raises the document in the air and announces that he just received a message from oswal the head of prisons. The commissioner demands that they end the rebellion and that they released the guards. They're holding hostage. Oswald says they need to do so immediately then and only then will he meet with the inmates to discuss their grievances and possibly changes to the prison. Clark sets down the note and looks at the man in the audience. Prisoners who for years have suffered torture at the hands of guards grievous medical treatment and unspeakable nightmare day after day all of which has pushed them to the spring. Clark looks over the crowd he asked. Who's in support of accepting the proposal letting the hostages go yard silent then clark asks. Who's against the proposal and all at once. Hundreds of men yell out in anger. It's decided there will be no surrender. Clark swallows hard because while the man have once again stood up for themselves and their own dignity clark suspects that the state is done marketing. And if that's true you could be just a matter of hours before the attempt to retake annika by force.

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"annika" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"annika" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"It's the golf show back at you again for another Sunday edition, along with Jerry Ovens, Andrzej Richie, We got Scott cutting in Master Control, Roscoe, the Rock star dog is here. Missing one is that wasn't Roscoe paid that Scott's on top of things today, that's for sure on we got a great show for you Today. Later in the hour, Lisa got day will be here to talk about women's golf Day, which is just around the corner. June 1st, and after last year and having to go virtual, they're back to more of the normal format that they had since they started back in 2016. Hugely successful gash they had through the years they've more than 900 locations. 68 countries have participated in women's golf Day, and they're doing something a little different. Issue coming up on Wednesday. This Wednesday. The 25th. They're doing something women's golf pollution and they've got like Annika Sorenstam and Jack Nicklaus involved. It's a virtual online thing. I think it's a great great program and I hope that it returns and is very, very, very successful again. And then they will just open up the future for everyone. Yeah, we can talk to her about that and all the different things they're planning. For this year's event, which, like I said, It's just it's almost year. It's a Sunday and it's a championship Sunday at the PGA Championship Kilo Island. Let's go filled. Let's go. Do you hear the mystery letter? And and why not? I mean, what What You know you You hate to get a little ahead of yourself. Oh, yeah, like this, especially when in the past. We've been disappointed in the end, like Tom Watson, Tom Watson at the British and with 2009. I think that was Greg Norman made a good run at age 53 at the British Open a few years back, and then they both came up a little bit short. So we'll see what's what happens with Phil today, but he's a shot. Add 50 years old. There's never been an elder major championship if it happens and what better guy to bring on to talk about it, then our good buddy Dave Sadlowski. One of them. As I said in the open, one of the best in the business when it comes to writing and covering golf. He's been doing it for a long time. And I'm sure even an old grizzled veteran like shit is excited about this one, eh? Said. How you doing? Good morning, fellows. How are you where you are Good of before we get into it in the talking about this whole thing. What are you doing these days? And who you working for? What? Who you covering both for these days has anything changed? That's a change. Still proud to be a member of the Golf Digest team. And, of course, with the covert restrictions still in place. We Have. We've had limited access to, you know, Tournament coverage, but, you know, still doing our work, Whether it's you know, at the site or from home. And doing it as well as anybody and better than most is all better than most. There's a gulf quote for you, Eh? So I, you know, besides Being a writer and covering some ruckus on all these years, is it? I've found that it's hard not to be a fan of film. Well, that certainly is. Yeah, it's the way plays golf. It Z. It's a brand of gulf that look, you know, he didn't come from the same mold of Tiger Woods or Jack Nicolas where you know there's the golf is always No impeccable. He plays with a lot of passion feel, um, takes chances. Sometimes those have not worked out. What's been great about this week is he hasn't had to take many chances. He's played within himself, for the most part, just like anybody else. He's made a few mistakes, but Um, It's been pretty impressive because he hasn't had those big numbers too often. And in fact, only yesterday once I take the first time he'd double the hole so Um, although It's been pretty good. It's been pretty good in a lot of fun to watch. I find it very interesting that you talk about the fact that Phil is playing within himself, and I think that's really important. A lot of people who go out and play golf, they think, well, I'll just muscle this one or I'll just You know, Shane, we're just, you know, get a little bit of Ah drawn this next shot and whatnot. But a lot of times. People can't achieve that. But it seemed like with Bill, it seemed like he was able to muster up the shot that he needed at the right time. Lot of the Yeah, a lot of the time we had that one small stumble. On the back nine yesterday, but he he write it himself. He didn't want it, You know? Continue. He didn't get on too big of a bogey train. And you know he's working a lot. He's trying to find ways to improve himself mentally at this point, and that's a big part of it to a lot more meditation, playing many more holes of golf in a day so that when he gets to a tournament 18 holes doesn't feel like You know much of a burden from a mental standpoint from concentration because, look, you know, I mean, when we get older, our concentration wanes with I can't remember what I just said. See what happens. Well, this'll just kind of came out of nowhere. Was he even in your mind in the conversation before the tournament began. No, he was not in the conversation. But I had remarked yesterday that I didn't think it quite came out of nowhere. It showed flashes of it, especially that Wells Fargo second round 64. Or first round 64 Excuse me in. He followed it up with 75 76 76 year Thought. Well, you know, that's a 50 year old. You know, doing what a 50 year old is probably going to do, but That's 64 came a coil hollow very difficult, off course so it wasn't totally out of nowhere and yet You've got to be just a little bit surprised. Hasn't had a top 10 this year in what 15 starts. And, um Yeah, just hasn't been there And then all of sudden, especially on this golf course you say, Hey, you know, I mean, this golf course is not made for Phil's usual game. Which goes to show you he's not playing his usual game. Well, yeah, those last three holes they talked about how difficult it was, but it seemed like he just like you pointed out, played within himself and was able to master those last three holes. It seems like even though he might have been a little wavering off in the distance, But overall, he just looked Like he really understood and he had total control. Well as much controls we've seen him have for a long time and again to do it at the ocean. Course. I think yesterday was a little bit of a break because it wasn't quite as Wendy. But what's not dismissed. Affected? He shot 70 69 open. And had a share of the lead after 36 as well, So, um, um if you know, it'll be fascinating to see Exactly how well he can hang on playing with obviously, you know, one of the tougher major championship players we've seen come along, probably since Tiger. That's Brooks Capta, Um, so he's kind of fans falls. Two in the golf course. And the wind changed today of that golf course. And books..

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Covid vaccine: PM to have AstraZeneca jab as he urges public to do the same

FT Politics

08:50 min | 1 year ago

Covid vaccine: PM to have AstraZeneca jab as he urges public to do the same

"When johnson talks about the uk's world-beating response to covid nineteen vaccine pogrom passes muster. It's been an unqualified success or one of the reasons. His conservative party are so far ahead in the polls over twenty five million brits have received their job so fall but the government unexpectedly announced show fall in the number of vaccines delivered in april juice. Supply issues and the debate has a geopolitical angle. To given the you struggling with its own vaccine rollout slovan the line. The european commission president on the block might even consider export controls. All options are on the table. We are in the crisis of the century. And i'm not ruling out any anything for now because we have to make sure that europeans are vaccinated as soon as possible so sarah. Let's begin with the overall state of the uk's vaccine pogrom based on what was set out in december. It's pretty much all going to plan fairly high levels of takeover ninety four percent i believe and the government is insisting that all over fifty will have had their first job by the middle of april. So what's the problem. Well a week ago we would have said. This was indeed the most Astonishingly amyloid success and a sign of vessel. Buoyant moved around it. Was that the with some very clear briefing to a couple of the saturday newspapers suggesting that we were actually going to move to the over forty's much sooner than expected so it was a bit of a jolt to find out on wednesday that in fact. Nhs people involved in the program had been told that they must hold booking any new appointments throughout april because the been a sudden very significant reduction in the supplies available so that really has put the first serious dent in the narrative which right from december the eight. I think it was the day. That william shakespeare became one of the first two vaccine as now suddenly. The government is in the unaccustomed position of having to explain what's happening and explain why some of the public expectations that they'd raised so hard may not be met to be fair to the government. They still absolutely insisting they're on track with the two big dates that they've set for this program that all over fifty should be vaccinated by the middle of april. And all adult britons. Who wants a job will have had it at the end of july. But there's no question that it's been a difficult political management problem for them this week and very much not the position that they'd hoped to be in the club. Let's have a look at why this might be happening and seven. I spent a lot of this week speaking to people. Whitehall trying to figure out exactly what was going on behind the scenes with matt. Hancock gave us a of clarity in the house of commons and the government is pinning own production issues. The first one is this batch of one point seven million jobs that we sent back for testing and the second thing is the supply from the soham institute of india which again the governor's put down to supply issues but others are saying that actions being blocked by modi's government from shipping out to the uk. Exactly it is pretty opaque what's happening. There are two elements. Here that can hold up. Supplies one is the genuinely technical difficulties in producing a complex biological process. I mean it's not straightforward zanu vaccine and a lot of the manufacturing sites haven't made this sort of marin a vaccine before it scale factor. You could say none of them have because this is the first one. That's the fiso won. The astra zeneca at novartis vaccine is also level to a complicated process. So there are technical supply issues and then there at the political ones. You alluded to and i don't know whether the serum institute of india supply has been blocked for political reasons because india was having rather a good downturn in covert cases. But that's turning up again. Unfortunately and there are feelings. That indian government wanted to have it at home. This is so. I think if we look at the context of this a lot of it is actually not that much of a serious problem that we were crunching the numbers this week and april is a significant moment in the vaccine program for the uk. Because yes they were vaccinated all over fifty which according to people like christie chief medical officer of england which uses ninety nine percents of deaths on messages the pressure on the nhc s. But eneko you have to install the second jobs. Really the po- gum began to scale up towards the end of january and eleven week window. The nhl is set between the first and second doses. That really kicks in april and but hancock said this week that really still going to be delivering about fourteen million jobs throughout april which is low though. It's been in march but it's still a pretty high number so it's probably good to keep it in context with feels really what's gone wrong. Here is expectations that the rogue briefing about forty s really feels like delivers come off the bush tourism bush. Johnson's tried to restrain for much of twenty twenty. One yes and i think some. Nhs officials were less than delighted about that huge raising expectations last weekend. In a way. I think this was always going to be a difficult point for the program. It was absolutely predictable that at the point at which second doses to scale up there was going to be a deep in first doses. So it's perhaps unfortunate that there wasn't more subtle public preparation. You're absolutely right international standards even in april. We're still going to be doing more. Vaccinations than many of our counterparts. So it's particularly unfortunate wasn't better preparation. Because i think in the minds of a lot of britain's the will now be a sense of this program isn't doing well it's stumbled. It didn't have to be this way that it could have been very differently presented. And after all as i said the government is still on track to meet those two deadlines that it says now clive. We need to put this in the context of europe as well and we heard from s. the von d'alene at the top. That and you still really struggling with its vaccine vo loud but the most baffling things. She's seen this week. Is the story about the astra zeneca job and how effective or side effects. That may have in this concern. Over blood clots we heard from the ama from the nhra in the uk from the world health organization. All saying there are no concerns about blood. Clots and ashes annika vaccine yet at didn't stop lawson countries from halting giving out the doses. It's a very complicated picture on side effects. At least the spotlight turned away from efficacy. Before countries in continental europe were worrying that the astrazeneca vaccine wouldn't work well enough to older people. I think the efficacy questions have more or less be answered now. The spotlight is on whether they're adverse side effects and a few of those have been discovered there. These two different sorts of blood disorders do with abnormal clotting thrombosis that have been detected in people who just been vaccinated in norway in germany elsewhere on continental europe. The numbers are tiny. I would say fewer than twenty around the continent. Investigation is still continuing. There's no proven link with the vaccine. But a lot of vaccine knowledge ists the might be a link. But that is no reason to stop the vaccination program when it's saving tens of thousands of lives probably and people have said that just by halting for a few days the astrazeneca vaccination and continental europe. This week until the european medicines agency said it was okay that would have cost lives. It loves cost lives directly because people weren't getting vaccinated and it also probably unfortunately of cost lives indirectly because all the publicity about ad side effects will just undermined confidence in the vaccine

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Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine deemed "safe and effective" by the FDA

Daily Coronavirus Update

07:10 min | 1 year ago

Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine deemed "safe and effective" by the FDA

"And johnson. It's been shown that they're vaccine is effective at preventing hospitalizations and severe effects of covid. Nineteen this from scientists at the fda we're seeing about. I think it's sixty six percent effective when it comes to moderate to severe cases of covid nineteen so matthew. Tell a little bit more about what we're hearing with. His johnson and johnson vaccine right so what happened. Is that johnson. Johnson released data about a month ago. You know press release but the process for evaluating these vaccines is that they go through the fda and the fda really unique in the world independently looks at the data and re analyzes the data that the company produces and its own report and then hold a public meeting which will be happening friday and so the documents before the public meeting came out and they had some good news both some really clear data on hospitalizations and a general sense of approval from the fda researchers. Sometimes they're not as positive so it looks like this may be another option now. The big plus is on. This is one. It's a one shot dose. So you don't have to go back for a second jab in the arm and also doesn't need to be kept frozen like the pfizer derna vaccines do so shipping and handling of all of this will be a lot easier much easier to transport and that's a big advantage. It does not look like we're gonna have a huge amount of supply the start off with so it doesn't dramatically change how fast we're going to be any shots into people's arms but for a lot of people i think in a lot of experts i talked. You think this'll be a great option. It's one and done. I think some of the numbers. I saw the might have about four. That are produced right now. Ready to send out so it gets approved. They can get those out really quick but it wouldn't be until april possibly where they can really ramp up production to start distributing that right and will also be getting over that where they're hundreds of millions of doses of the two vaccines have the madonna and fayza biontech vaccines. That are expected to arrive in the us by july. So there's gonna be a lot more vaccine available. The jj supply will ramp up and we'll be getting more of those other two vaccines that leaves. There's a vaccine coming from nova vacs. We don't really know about how much will getting the early results issued press. Release again good and we're waiting for. Us results on the astra zeneca vaccine. Now some good news. With his johnson and johnson one is its effectiveness against these variants. That we've been hearing a lot about so it fared better than expected when it comes to those. I the way to interpret. That is we'd seen some results and the new results that they showed today look a bit better than what we'd seen in terms of variants. There's still does seem to be decreased. Efficacy against the south africa variant. Three five. Which is really the one that we're all worried about but it did look better than what we've seen previously and what j. j. has said it seems like with those variants. This vaccine is still preventing severe disease and hospitalization. Which are the key things. We've always wanted from vaccine here. The idea that you'd prevent a symptomatic infection or mild cases kind of bonus compared to just making sure that people end up in the hospital hospitalizations numbers were good on that front. What did we see when it comes to side effects. I saw that there were a few unexpected side effects. Although these are very rare you know but The expecting side effects the kind of pain in the arm the headache fatigue. That's pretty much in line with the other two vaccines. We have that right now. There were some rare events that occurred more often in the vaccine in the placebo group. Keeping in mind that forty thousand people were in this trial. There were fifteen serious blood clots including some. Dvd's in that exciting compared to ten in the placebo group. That's something the fda plans to monitor there was also some rini ears in the vaccine group and not in the placebo group. So that's kind of an odd one that will wanna watch again. This is really a prelude to friday win. Some of the top experts in the world are going to gather on zoom call and go over these data that the fda assembled we'll be live blogging that stat. That's when we really find out a lot about any medical product. It's it's one of the amazing things. The fda does now an interesting thing in all of this so public health officials might have a messaging problem when it comes to pumping the johnson and johnson. One out when we're seeing guys like pfizer maderna's say that their vaccine is ninety five percent effective against corona virus. Just listening to numbers right. This says sixty six percent. So what are they going to have a challenge in getting people to want to take this one over the other or you know how how to work out. It's really important to realize that particularly between those three vaccines. The getting vaccine is much better than not getting a vaccine. The change vaccine may be on par after a second dose and that study is being done but unlike visor during the second dose is going to be months after the first and then also slows down the study. She gotta wait right for people to get their second dose. So we're not expecting those data until kinda summerish but the big thing is for a lot of people. There was also the appeal of a single dose here. And i don't think we should understate that. And the effect on severe disease is big so the problem is gonna be the in the initial rollout. You really want people to take whatever vaccine. They're giving because being vaccinated is so much better than not being vaccinated. And that is part of the path to get in the world back to normal and public health. Authorities are absolutely going to have to articulate that now again because there's not going to be that much supply of this initially. They're going to have time for a learning curve right now. the demand for vaccines clearly outstrips supply. That's why you're hearing so many stories of people desperately logging on trying to get vaccine. What scott gottlieb used to run. The fda has raised the issue of you know. We're we're going to reach a point where the people who wanna get vaccinated we'll have been vaccinated and we're still going to need to vaccinate more people and that's when convincing people who are less sure to take vaccine in to take the vaccine that's available is going to become more of an issue last question briefly pfizer moderna vaccines are based on 'em a. What kind of platform is the johnson and johnson. When using this like theatrics annika vaccine is called an ad no virus which is a kind of virus that is used to the same kind of ideas marin a the instead of traditional vaccines were you inject the protein that your immune system sees and then learn to recognize an attack. These sneak something into your body that makes a lot of proteins. You make a lot more protein and then the body recognizes that an attack it in this case they're using this virus which is kind of a cold virus to sneak some genetic material in and that makes the spike protein from the sars virus which your body then learns to recognize and thereby has antibodies that attack the virus

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South Africa suspends vaccinations as worries grow over AstraZeneca shot

NBC Nightly News

01:32 min | 1 year ago

South Africa suspends vaccinations as worries grow over AstraZeneca shot

"There's new concern about the south. African will only a few have been confirmed here. South africa suspended. Its rollout of a vaccine that only offers minimal protection within. Here's cure simmons in the race to get shots in the arms of americans a warning from south africa which just froze its rollout investors a vaccine. It's an example of how things can go very wrong very quickly of two thousand people that found astra zeneca much less effective against the south african variance offering minimal protection against even mild disease. Astor's annika isn't yet authorized in america. The us has ordered. Three hundred million doses. The other vaccines are still effective against the variance for now but as corona virus encounters people with antibodies to survive by figuring out a way to evade the immune response and every new infection is a chance for it to mutate more so if the virus rages in areas where people already have antibodies. The risk of mutation goes op. Research program is not focused on these variants asking the question. Can we develop vaccines specific. Those areas very quickly in the uk health workers going door to door and effort to test track and control the south african variant. Tonight's astor's is pushing back saying based on it studies. It believes its vaccine will still protect against severe

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Oxford University To Begin Trial On Mixed Vaccines

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:29 min | 1 year ago

Oxford University To Begin Trial On Mixed Vaccines

"The university of oxford is to start to trial combining vaccines made by astrazeneca. And it's an order to introduce more flexibility and speed in vaccinating the world but it comes to switzerland has said it needs more data before it approves the oxford astor's annika job despite both the uk and the eu not only approving it but fighting last week over. Getting hold of enough doses. Let's hear from dr chris smith monocle twenty health and science correspondent. Good morning chris. Good to have you back. How does this work then when you combine to actions well this technique is good hetero lagos vaccination quantum mouthful. But what it basically means. Is you give persons one jab of one time and then a bit later on after three four weeks twelve weeks you give them a totally different vaccine. But also on the designed to program the immune system against coronavirus. We've been doing this thing fractured decades for different kinds of infections. And it works really well and the reason. It probably works very well. Is that when you go to school and you learn your lessons you then learn how much you've learned when you sit in the exam whole basically it's knowledge but it's being applied tested and stressed in a different way and it sort of similar with how the immune response works to Seeing one kind of stimulus decry navarre's than another one. And you make them much more. Resilient and robust response that way or at least not as the theory that's the outstanding knowledge. We haven't tried it with krona var so to make sure that what we assume is happening. That's why the government is putting forward this seven million initiative to find

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"annika" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"annika" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"That's the PGA. There are longer tees and take the courses. Airway longer. The men drive much farther than women. Do. You mean I'm would that be all right? Would women just accept it? There was Annika Sorenstam or Swanstrom. That's what I think it starts them, who was a top women's player who wanted to see if she could qualify for some men's tournaments and might have even qualified that somebody who was overachieving. I welcome that. She's actually putting yourself in the realm of competing against harder competition that biologically has an advantage on her. That's pretty impressive. Do you want to go backward? Really? And say you've got already by nature because keep in mind before people transition, this work transition we use Before people transition. They generally speaking are like 18. No, there are some really wacko parents try to make the kids transition when the younger but generally speaking, it's 18 or older. This is a person who has had testosterone through his blood system. His whole life. His muscles are thicker and denser his muscle bellies with thicker and denser. Naturally, that's just the way it is. It is patently unfair. It doesn't make sense. Now Bruce Jenner thinks he's he lives as a woman. Now he thinks that he's a woman. He's not biologically. He knows that he's not biologically admits it. He was the best athlete in the world. The 1976. He beat every other man in the world. Carrie how How would he have done against the women? Had he decided he was Caitlin back then? Well, first place all the way gold medals. And guess what. Guess what? You're kicking somebody off the state the podium now who deserved to be there. The third place woman would no longer be on the podium. He would not get the medal she would not have achieved which he worked her whole life for because somebody took an unfair advantage and utilized it. Listen, if you're on the left, and you claim to be for fairness, explain to me how this is fair and I'm looking open minded. Call me out. Let me know what I'm missing. Candidate. Nine for one, Paige's entered 89417247. Joe PAGs, calm. Stay right here. Don't be in a job. Stay with Joe packed show. Fox News. I'm Rich Dennison President.

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Amazons Luna, new Echo and indoor flying drones: What you need to know

The 3:59

03:12 min | 1 year ago

Amazons Luna, new Echo and indoor flying drones: What you need to know

"Wouldn't these benchmarks ribbon has been all over this welcome band hey. So you spent the last forty, five minutes basically live tweeting in catching every bit of news. There's a lot to break down but let's get to what most people are familiar with the those are echoes speakers. Talk about the new Echo Speaker that looks a bit more globe ish or roundish yet it's a spherical design and Amazon definitely did a good job of keeping a lot of its hardware. CHANGES UPDATES quiet this year there were way more rumors last year, but this year the just you know there wasn't that much that we knew what to expect. We were hoping for maybe a home robot and that didn't really happen what I would argue about these spherical echoes is that people probably aren't GonNa WanNa bother updating their existing echo line with these products they you know unless unless the audio quality and the quality of Alexa, being able to understand you is so significantly better than it makes sense to do that Kabila stick with what they have except for the echo dots for kids which are ridiculously adorable in. are like you know there's like one that looks like a Tiger I. Think there's another one that looks like. Zebra. So I think they did a really good job of making them lot cuter in fetter for kids. Yeah. I noticed that that those are the the process of stuck out my eye because were so unbelievably adorable Annika see my kid like having a conversation with them that sound super. Precious. they did a lot with kids. They offered a kids profile talk about some of the kidnappings as relates to so that the family aspect of Amazon customers yeah. The kid's profile was probably the most significant one which basically. From what I understand about it if you create a kids profile then. You're echoes throughout the House will respond to your kid in kid friendlier kid appropriate fashions that something that you can already do with an echo doubt kids if you set it up that way, this way that feature could in theory follow the kid around the house. So you don't actually have to set up each device specifically for that, which is annoying for parents in case you want to. Listen to music that is in specifically or explicitly kid friendly so that that I would say it was like. One of the more significant amount announcements related to that, and I'm just curious if there were any other any extra privacy features that come with the kids mode. Just so folks don't have to be worried so for for the kids mode. They've they've done that quite a bit already where it's just much more targeted for kids So there are fewer services there are fewer skills You can't ask it a variety of different questions. So that it's much narrower, much more targeted for kids and it's been like that the whole time so. Just, basically, Alexa but much more curated version

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Oxford vaccine trial pause isn’t bad news – it’s the process working

Hidden Wealth

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Oxford vaccine trial pause isn’t bad news – it’s the process working

"What do we know about this specific vaccine for a master's Annika and Oxford University? Because I know that some of the front runners they're developing different types. Some they're using our M Rene and different other platforms for the vaccine. What do we know about this one specifically So this vaccine you this on a dental virus that carries a gene for one of the proteins in the virus that causes co 19 into. The idea is that Theodore virus will induce the immune system to generate a protective response against the virus. And this is a platform that hasn't been used in an approved vaccine. So there's nothing on the market using this platform, but it has been tested in experimental vaccines against other viruses such as Ebola. Well, I mean, it's interesting to know that at least we were able to catch something put the brakes on In all of the early reporting that we had out of this vaccine candidate was slightly positive. There was other side effects, fever, headaches, minor things they were deemed mild or moderate, and everything kind of went away over the course of the study. So hopefully what happened with this one could be an outlier and that they can get back to it and see the larger part of the trial through Yes, I think everyone's hoping for Ah vaccine that safe and effective And I think, while there were certainly some concern in response to this news, it can be very reasonably seen, as is the system working the way it's supposed to.

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"annika" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"annika" Discussed on WTOP

"Annika's should be prosecuted. Local law enforcement can do that. President Obama Nyron office, We protected federal property. We're able to do without the Department of Homeland Security. Turn it into a private militia. CBS NEWS update This is Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill, A DC National Guard officer Adam DeMarco was in Lafayette Square the evening of June 1st and says a park police warning did go out to protesters. But the announcements were barely audible, and I saw no indication that the demonstrators were cognisant of the warnings to disperse. He also tells a house panel he was deeply disturbed by the rapid sweep of the area that included pepper spray and some officers using their shields on a crowd that he viewed as peaceful. But acting Park Police chief Gregory Monahan says protesters had been violent. A day and defends the quick action so offense could be put up. In the hours after President Trump walked across the park and held up a Bible outside of ST John's Church. There is 100% 0 correlation between our operation and the president's visit to the church on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller. W T. O P. News a month after the Supreme Court said the Trump administration couldn't wind down DACA protections on the timetable it sought. White House is taking new steps to limit those protection. Last month, the Supreme Court ruled 5 to 4 that the administration acted in an arbitrary and capricious way to scrap DACA now renewing its effort to eliminate the program. The White House aims to build a case that deferred action for childhood arrivals has served as a magnet for illegal border crossings. Going forward. Doctor renewals will be for only one year, not two. New applications from people who were previously too young to apply, will be rejected that CBS News White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy Hey, we.

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At least 47 arrested in Seattle protests that police declared a riot

KUOW Newsroom

05:27 min | 2 years ago

At least 47 arrested in Seattle protests that police declared a riot

"Protesters against police violence packed the streets of Seattle again this weekend, and on Saturday, things turned violent on Capitol Hill Seattle police declared a riot and arrested forty seven demonstrators. Annika Carlson is a public defender in snohomish. County, and she was at Saturday's protest as a legal observer with the national lawyers guild decked out in a bright green hat invest that are well known to Seattle police. Carlson told me she believes her team of observers was targeted by PD, so I was actually sort of off on the intersection with maybe a I'd say most fifteen to twenty people around me. several press people several clearly marks medic people myself a couple. Other observers none of us engaged anything that could be misconstrued as as interfering at all. When they began pepper, spraying and throwing We're blessed balls, which are essentially sort of flash grenades with pepper spray inside them throwing those and one of those directly hit and burst on my ankle. So cutting over mangoes, tearing through my clothes and All of that. And what did you think in that moment i? Mean it, you say, burn through your clothes. What was that like in that moment I actually honestly thought that they had broken ankle. It's that kind of thing, so so the personally for it was incredibly shocking. For twenty years and never had to happen to me before I'm in twenty years all over the country and never had that happened to me before, and you say it was shocking. You don't recall anything that happened in the moments leading up to that that would have led you to think that's. Keeping their use of the forest, so I was standing there with my camera videotaping what was happening? We as a policy, do not engage. Obviously, we don't speak with officers. We don't speak with protesters. We you know so I was standing there silently, clearly marked as an observer, fairly simply filling the use by multiple different officers of multiple different tools that point, but I think there's you know several videos out there that show, just a wide use, the at that point to move the crowd, and absolutely indiscriminately firing into the crowd. Toss the crowd. Annika you out. There is a legal observer, but you weren't alone. Can you tell us more about what happened and who was injured? I was there as the supervisor of about twenty other Ellos, legal observers stars who were there throughout the day and I. WanNa. Mention that it's not just myself who was injured while doing this that there were multiple reports from other observers on the ground of injuries that they were suffering throughout the day, multiple observers, having blackball thrown specifically in their direction being. Being targeted in that regard, multiple os having officers, either use their hands directly or bike to push them out of the way one of our observers sprayed at close proximity in the face with pepper spray so many issues throughout the day that I started to lose track of of who was getting injured as they were there, observing and again I want to. Remind folks that we were told that we would be safe while we were there and that we were clearly identified. It was a violent day on Saturday and Annika Seattle police have said that nearly sixty officers were injured on Saturday that rocks and bottles were thrown at them that they were hit with projectiles. They've posted a number photos of what appear to be a variety of injuries. And eventually they declared a riot, and so I'm wondering from your perspective. What you saw was the response by police. Saturday was necessary and proportional. I would say that it absolutely wasn't necessary or proportional, and in fact I think their response is essentially fueled things into a bigger and bigger situation that they escalated every step of the way in terms of using force in terms of going after people all things that made the situation worse and in terms of the officers injuries. Some of the injuries pictures I've seen are consistent with the injury that I have from speedy myself and I think it's important for people to understand that the officer speaking about explosives being thrown at them. oftentimes you can see in the videos. It's the explosives that they're throwing at the crowd. That is bouncing back at them. I saw several officers drop explosives onto the themselves that they were doing things It's that indiscriminate use of those items in the first. First place that brings them into the picture. The police brought those weapons to the scene, and then through those weapons out into the crowd. And when it bounced back, they were injured I. also think it's important to know that we're talking about police themselves who are in full riot gear throwing those same items they're now saying hurt them out into a proud that is not dressed for riot. People who are wearing t shirts and shorts, and that sort of thing. Annika, so many people are following news coverage of these protests, but they haven't been there in person to see for themselves so as someone who's been there on the ground. What do you want people to know about what's happening? But I think what's important to know is that it is a situation in which everybody in the crowd is being punished the same way by PD so regardless of what individual protesters are doing regardless of what actually has been happening by Cisco individuals. People who? We don't know why they're there what they're doing It's sort of a Kintu if you know that one kid in the class sheets on exam and you're failing the entire class and the situation. Individual protesters are doing certain things, and the entire crowd is bearing the punishment of that. Annika Carlson is a public defender in snohomish county and a legal observer with the national lawyers. Guild Annika. Thanks for taking the time to talk with us today. Thank you reading.

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Mayor announces 5-phase plan to reopen Atlanta

Dana Loesch

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Mayor announces 5-phase plan to reopen Atlanta

"Atlanta moves ahead with a five phase plan for corona virus recovery mayor Keisha Keisha lance lance bottoms bottoms says says with with Kobe Kobe case case is is trending trending downward downward relying relying on on what what we we are are getting getting from from their their state state but but also also threw threw down down captain captain at at least least is is ready ready to move into the easing phase of reopening from the pandemic while group limits and safe distancing are encouraged more recreational options are likely could include allowing single tennis matches let me hit re opening of our Concord and laugh well I mean and our bottom said this month best case scenario city hall would reopen in July for Annika waters ninety five point five W. S. B.

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Tradition endures, with a few changes, at Matthews Cafeteria in Tucker, Atlanta

Clark Howard

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Tradition endures, with a few changes, at Matthews Cafeteria in Tucker, Atlanta

"Tradition is on the menu at a beloved Tucker cafeteria which just found a brand new way to serve it up and survive the pandemic Matthews cafeteria owner Michael green credits wife Jennifer the idea to mark the sixty five year old Tucker institution into a makeshift drive through we got a five foot by ten foot sign they put it up on two by fours he calls the result unbelievable we're serving four five hundred people a day through that Dr Matthews just re open for dine in and green who misses hugging customers calls it good for the collective soul I think this is the most satisfied I've been probably since I started doing this for a living Annika waters ninety five point five W. SP

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Georgia grand jury to consider charges in shooting of unarmed black man

BBC World Service

01:20 min | 2 years ago

Georgia grand jury to consider charges in shooting of unarmed black man

"In the US state of Georgia the case of an unarmed black man who was shot dead while joking is set to go to a grand jury Ahmed Obree was killed in February his family and campaign as a furious that the two suspects have been arrested or charged sonic Annika reports graphic video footage has emerged which appears to show the moment almost all breed was shocked at the twenty five year old can be seen joking they're white pickup truck and two armed men there's some kind of confrontation and three gunshots can be heard the two men have been identified as Gregory met Michael a former police officer and district attorney's investigator and his son Travis they say they believe the victim was a burglar and say he attacks Travis met Michael Lewis a missed obvious family say he was murdered and targeted solely because of his race and killed without justification after the video emerged around a hundred people protested in the neighborhood where the shooting took place public figures have expressed outrage including Joe Biden he says Mr Aubrey was killed in cold blood now the prosecutor assigned to investigate the case wants it to go to a grand jury who will decide if the suspects are charged but with colts not set to reopen until at least mid June it could be months before decision

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Collaborating to Cure Dementia

Sounds of Science

08:35 min | 2 years ago

Collaborating to Cure Dementia

"Many of us will have to deal with dementia at some point in our lives whether as a patient or caregiver this terrible range of conditions affects five to eight percent of the sixty and older population at any given time. According to the World Health Organization the Dementia Consortium of Private Charity Partnership that Charles River joined last year is one of the organizations leading promising research on dementia treatments in order to discuss this condition and the research to treat it. I am joined by Sarah Almond Associate Director of integrated biology. Welcome Sarah Hi. Can you explain the purpose and organization of the DEMENTIA CONSORTIUM DEMENTIA Is SETUP BOY A? K. or outside research she k. Is a charity that focuses on. Alzheimer's disease it brings together. Active research is Pharma partners. Sarah's including Chelsea River in order to bring forward novel treatments dementia including outlines disease outside reset she. Kabc this research is invited to come forward with ideas for novel targets in Europe. Degeneration Your Inflammation Way. Them work with them to put together. What packages the funded by the partners? Anti Kate to prosecute he's talk and hopefully lead to novel treatments for Dementia. What do you think of the way? They've set up their organization. I think this is a great way to stop the organization because it brings together such a broad range of experience From academic researchers may have spent years really understanding the biology of targets to pharmaceutical companies. That know how to bring targets three two treatments actually effective in the clinic and also is a CRI where we have a broad range of so biology and chemistry capability so we cannot provide the word packages also have extremely experienced. Research is catchy. Help develop the molecules to treat these young coupled with the charitable input of the Vale Uk. He Project managed but also do so much to bring forward research in this area. Yeah absolutely cut covering all the bases. So what is Charles Rivers role in this group? You mentioned a little bit and you go into a little more detail. Charleston is WANNA to Communist with capabilities and drug discovery expertise. We provide strategic input into plans to de risk these targets and how to generate tool molecule suitable testing the hypothesis. We went with Alzheimer's Research K. And the principal investigator to proposals together. That income dreams that executed by then the appeal and US working closely together. They may do the basics. Hogging island allergy and we bring medicinal chemistry or HD CAPABILITIES. That actually will enable us to find a joke against that tailgate. We meet with the foul partners to finalize plans. And then once funded. We actually execute the work. Okay awesome I understand that a couple of research projects from the consortium have already been green lit Can you explain those proposals? She'll you're correct to Russia in progress of the two targets. One is fine as the Scott appears to link to Tau Accumulation ear inflammation. We aren't sure whether we need to be selective over a closely related kind as the. Pi is looking at whether ACHSAF. You've reduced this target. That doesn't indeed impact Taufel are. They should be China in Vivo. Mostly of onto molecule and vacation and which is a specific type of dementia or Alzheimer's. Or is that just a general Assignments towel face but particularly Alzheimer's disease at the eventual Gulf one is to the impact of the tour the killer produce on time phosphorylation. In an in Vivo model than the second project is two gene mutation I l s from tempo dementia the courses of pathogenic Rene to be produced. And we're aiming to block the expo this RNA. By targeting his with the protein takes out the Chris into the cell. When this new mix and Rene is exploited toxic repeat protein produced which then up today so responses and Kohl's neurodegenerative disease so the talk if allegations. This is actually already fairly strong. So we'll focus on producing told molecule capable of testing the hypothesis drug ability in Viva. And this is quite interesting that uses Zebra Fish Assay which is as a Pi Out Annika's scrap. The compounds can reduce the interaction between the protein. And the mutant. Aren a over So vice projects Charles River going to rub in Asia screen and then performed medicinal chemistry. Touchy try and get the molecules to kind of test with the viable targets. So how exactly is the consortium supporting this work on on these two proposals? So the consortium consists of Pharma Partners K. And they weren't. She formed kind of equal partners within that and they provide funding the project so they've also provided their expertise in kind of defining the key risks that we need to address in our plans and also technically hurt entice for example as I was research to see progress against small Stein's out payroll Consult here as a whole. I understand our work on dementia has increased substantially over the last year or. So is this because of a higher demand for treatment or is it more promising research avenues. Or is it both. I think by This been advances in understanding of neurons. Lemay tion in particular so this is triggered research projects. But also there's a shift away from the amyloid focused approaches for outside disease due to a lack of clinical success but equally dementia is still highly prevalent in and loss of US. Know people that'd be personally affected by this August. Just it's very hard Eric Tree but not one which people are going to give them. What is the importance of collaboration for researching these neurological diseases? They understand that. Probably the REAL STRENGTH OF THE CONSORTIUM. I think just touches found that there are Kiama nays area The SIS for those lost focus hasn't been successful in the clinic so it's clear that novel therapeutic approaches and needed and this takes time so rarely. We need different people to work together. Different functions work together so farmer actually reduce what they do in house and choose to those complex in return. Viva studies take years to fully establish in Zeros and so when academic academia follow charities and see arose all have complementary skill sets the they they research can be three to benefit the patient in the minimum time possible. Is it also a matter of the fact that CNN diseases are so complicated? And there's so many different factors going into the Mike. No one can be an expert in enough of the different areas of research to really do absolves ex exactly not. Yeah you know. And and so just by the nature of scientific institution you may get more time to focus on specific disease mechanisms. That PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY. Just doesn't have the kind of time to dedicate starved to really building that level understanding but they may have a much broader range of complex models. That can actually help advance. This yet come has been unfortunately so we can you tell me about the psychiatry consortium which I guess is kind of an offshoot of the dementia consortium. Yeah it's it's basically has the same structures dimensions. Timonen is formed in consultation with a K. Who a kind of had a stake in his on. Psychiatry example schizophrenia or autism and this is obscene medicines discovery cats who are not for profit and are there the cats ponant which was set innovate UK to support innovation and use by UK business? So the psychiatry console is one of the indicates which is accelerating drug discovery and psychiatric

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Remote Schooling, What Can We Learn From It?

FlashCast By PDB, With Phil Di Bella

09:54 min | 2 years ago

Remote Schooling, What Can We Learn From It?

"Today we're joined by Ali Dibella. My little boy's ten years old and I thought it was good timing as they get prepared to go back to school and not actually physically go back to school But schooling from home the so Ali had actually he got schooled from home one week before this all started. His school was prepaid and they made them school at home for a week. So I WANNA get some insights and get him to share his perspective and hopefully this can help a lot of the other kids out there and parents can share it with their children so perspective coming from a ten year old boy Ali. Welcome to the show. You've been on the show before I and tell me. Do you enjoy doing this with that. Northbound at good bonding time. But do you enjoy doing this. Sort of thing off topic but yeah he's off topic. Okay let's get into it said. Tell me carnivorous. What comes to mind when you hear that Corona virus cycle distancing and getting trapped in? Your House can can so Well you're not trapped obviously but there are obviously rules in the rest of it. But how does that make you feel the social distancing What's happening at the moment now? What sort of feelings do you feel? I feel kind of guilty because About other people who aren't have this suitable things to fend off the current a virus. Some people out there that don't have the resources we talk about some of cut resources and sometimes And of course we pray for the Molen in wish him all the best and as we've always been doing inside the people if everyone can help a little bit in any way or form because there are people with less fortunate and don't have the resources to be able to fulfil their responsibilities now alleanza get ready to go back to school but you know actually not going back to school Tell us a little bit. How was the week before? Lasko holidays when you did actually school from home you had to come to the office. Because of his mom and dad were working and the Internet to look better here than home. And you had to wear your school uniform. Can you tell our listeners? A little bit about experience and what you thought about. It's not that different but when it just feels different. It's like you're more free like I could start my video on zoom. Gory get something from the Fridge Ebay. Then stop my video again and no one would notice so of course it requires a lot more discipline. And that's going to be one of the tips for people is that you need to make sure that discipline. It's a great time to actually make sure that you are disciplined and focused because you can get distracted a lot easier and remember. You're a little bit distracted by other kids playing up In one of the sessions where you felt frustrated so it's important for people to see. Scifo Khusro. Yes give us a tip around staying quirks. You'll get this. Do Forty five minutes of exercise in every afternoon social distance and listen to the news with fifteen minutes guy. That's different Listen to the news fifteen minutes but make sure you get your news from multiple sources. Not just one because as we talk about as a lot of conspiracy theories and all the rest of that so tell me you looking forward to US next week. Not that much. I'd rather be in class. And how do you think it's going to go next week with not being in class? So we've been told for five weeks classes at physical causes. You're going to be schooling from home. How do you feel about that? Last week wasn't very serious like we had pet. Bring your pets to school day. I don't have any pets but we're getting one off topic. But so how do you feel about going back to school? I don't really feel I feel anxious. 'cause if I forget something that's it I had to explain to my teaches. What's happening so the case is going to be to be prepared. So give us some tips. Give us some tips about you. Know How you can get through Schooling from Hong. So obviously be prepared. Make sure you've got everything you need for the for that day. Stay focused what else. What else should make sure they doing when this ruling from listening and and hopefully they have a little self respect and they don't rush through their work or even was not do that work because obviously the teacher can't supervise you. He said it's going to be a lot about people being responsible. But also what about asking questions route? Yep Can I ask you a question far away what do you think? Do you think this is a good or bad impact on our family. Well I watched the positive things as I said to me. It's been a good thing because it's it's made everything slowdown in. May Get an exercise. More saw walked with you in the morning. I've worked with MOM with Annika. We exercise together as a family in the afternoon. We've played no. We've watched cars together which we haven't done too many years. We've done gardening together and one thing. I love doing that. We've been cooking and eating altogether of an odd time. So that's been the amazing positive things that have come out of this and as you know. Dad Causes a correction bars now. I never saw this coming There's GONNA be A lot of learning out of this for children as well. You're going through times that this is going to be important to you to to build resilience to build strength to understand that. Not Everything in the world is going to be positive and great so you know life is full of moments and moments are going to be good amendments. Going to be bad and when it's bad you appreciate the good and when it's good you need to understand that sometimes they'll be bad moments route. I wanted to ask you another question throughout history. We've faced a lot of sickness that has been smallpox says. Being the Spanish for in West will the bubonic plague which took two hundred years to repopulate. So how do you think this is GonNa do you think this is GonNa be the same or different one? Looks for sure and printing. Press that you know that stuff so that you chips been doing you will general that you've been watching. I think if you have a look at it it's it's they've all been Correction viruses in one way or another When of course have been terrible and disastrous on one side and on the other side. There's been some positive effects flow from it and learnings and I think this'll be different This is unfortunately going to affect a lot and have a negative impact on a lot of things a lot of people especially the economy being really really bad now but I think if if we stay positive mindset and these days a lot more people work on on their mindset and understand the concept of mindset more if we actually truly understand mindset. We're GONNA come out of this realizing how little we need. What's most important elements and how important it is that in times of good to plan for bad and when it's bad to plan for good so there's GonNa be a lot of positive things but again. I'm quite biased. Because I'm positive by nature but I think if we look at history and you combine to now We need to really go through this with their eyes open and see all the positive things in the other side and as I said people of your age for Children. This is a time where everything's gone so well if you look at your short. Lav OF TEN YEARS. This is the first major thing you've had to see or experience. Other people go to experienced World War One mobile to the Spanish flu. And you say that made them resilient made them smarter stronger. Better more equipped. So hopefully that's the impact is has for people of your generation is that it makes you understand what you need to do that. You need to plan for good when it's bad and plan for bad when Tom's a good to save money and have backup and reserves to be able to help people when they need it and dumped to take Silk K And all the rest of it so I think that it could be a positive thing that comes out of a negative thing for the first time I've been on the show. I want to ask you a riddle. That people can say. Guess by just pulls pausing the PODCAST. Why would man one to have the current a virus I and not lost? And you know. I'm not good at riddles. So we're going to let the listeners. Ponder that one or you actually GonNa give them the answer. I will give them the answer but they compose the Po- cost the answer is viruses mutate and and it would be very hard by that time which means it wouldn't be a real just like a floor that would just go away off to some time so what's better to have it. I still lost probably at first. Because you don't get the mutated vision and when did you need this? I may creative now. Listen one last question because we're GONNA keep this under ten minutes firstly. Thank you for being on the show. It's always a pleasure because we never know what's GonNa come out of that beautiful mind of yours which is one of the greatest things children and parents at their quickly. Please join overestimate things. But don't underestimate things. You have to have a balance and please trust the government heartfully. They're doing something you know how I feel about some of the government. Some of the government's been griped. Some have it. But that's another podcast but trust the government accredits coming from Ali develop. You've been listening to throw the Bella and Ali Dibella this flash by PD stay safe stay well and may you or go back to school and learn locks and be the best that you can be into next time take care.

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Top federal, state prosecutors form Ga. COVID-19 fraud task force

Atlanta's Morning News

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Top federal, state prosecutors form Ga. COVID-19 fraud task force

"Leading prosecutors announce a new coronavirus fraud task force members are taking advantage of fear one claims a corona virus cure another alleges you owe money for Kobe nineteen medical care somebody else begs for donation Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr says scammers are taking one crisis and multiplying it into more either one of two things they're stealing folks money which is horrific or they're stealing their personally identifiable information which can be horrific now and in the future cartels state and federal prosecutors will go after these crooks in court for Annika waters ninety five point five

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Trump to honor retired pro golfers with Medal of Freedom

AP 24 Hour News

00:15 sec | 2 years ago

Trump to honor retired pro golfers with Medal of Freedom

"Trump is honoring a pair retired pro golfers with the presidential medal of freedom the highest honor a president can give a civilian Annika sorenstam and Gary player will receive the medal during a White House ceremony on the twenty third of this month both are members

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Trump to honor retired pro golfers with Medal of Freedom

AP 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Trump to honor retired pro golfers with Medal of Freedom

"Trump is honoring a pair retired pro golfers with the presidential medal of freedom the highest honor a president can give a civilian Annika sorenstam and Gary player will receive the medal during a White House ceremony on the twenty third of this month both are members of the world golf hall of

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Atlanta: Jury deliberates fate of former Gwinnett County police officer

Atlanta's Morning News

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Atlanta: Jury deliberates fate of former Gwinnett County police officer

"The jury deliberates in the trial of a fire Gwinnett county cop accused to stopping a hand cuffed motorist in the head Robert McDonald's attorney urged the jury to give this fired officer his life back he was with the same yes it is yeah is that for given me a controlling the wine the prosecutor scoffed at the idea that McDonald could not see that the driver was handcuffed and not resisting when all the other witnesses did ground in handcuffs you don't get your life yeah the Donald says he was trying to push the man's shoulder down under the ground but a foot this is shorter than him right here on the side of the jeep for Annika waters ninety five point five WSB

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DC sues Trump inaugural committee, alleging abuse of funds

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

DC sues Trump inaugural committee, alleging abuse of funds

"The district of Columbia is suing president trump's inaugural committee the suit accuses the committee of abusing nonprofit funds saying it coordinated with the trump family to grossly over paid for event space in the trump international hotel just a few blocks from the White House it alleges committee staffers knew they were paying prices that were grossly above market rate but didn't consider less expensive alternatives the committee is also accused of using nonprofit funds to throw a private party the night of the inauguration for three of trump's children Donald junior of Annika and Eric trump's inaugural committee has maintained its finances were independently audited and all money was spent in accordance with the law Ben Thomas Washington

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"annika" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"annika" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Take of Annika can you take is a Bluetooth speaker has a lot of noise in the back commodities are the jeep look good at yes of Annika wanna vodka what did you do the car Monica box I'm a guy he is running like a current either running all and I okay how you because the craziest thing that you've done to your voice when you call and she okay the craziest thing I've done is nothing but guys will be okay all looked on the call about brown and all and my brothers I got that done you know I have multi channel I'm unable to do things and I get upset I'm thirty three years old and that now I got to see Instagram your Facebook I got to see how you look because I have a local Donald deal with and stuff like that I'm able I'm unable to sleep or anything but when I do get upset you know I just got out of hand so how you know how you start on your boyfriend I you let him know you still looking good out here you know say making a miss what he what he used to have well you know I'm I'm told people in all hello Bon mal can you go okay doing I see me all right Gail yeah what's the craziest thing you did your voice when you called and she well I was waiting for him like about four hours you say you've gone to sleep so when he got home I was outside the building there was a bunch of guys standing outside the building so he pulled up I started to say something to him and he got mad so I pulled into the car when I'm dropped more than ten that's what everybody does but it lasted you pulled them through the car window it would you drove off a window now he was in the car so you can live out the call yes I did and drop the one that had a fun all the guys on the block you well we would like five five six and I'm five states well he was kind of tiny at.

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"annika" Discussed on Future Based Podcast

Future Based Podcast

06:57 min | 2 years ago

"annika" Discussed on Future Based Podcast

"Because what we're discussing now these things they also relate to the of mindfulness and I get that quite often in relation to the the thoughts have been developing on. You know sorting working with the body end sort of going inside ourselves and so horse that people are like I got that relates to mindfulness and something that for me is quite important in that regard because I think mindfulness as it is used today, it's still very often used to still just further increased productivity so to make as an a certain way, even more submissive to the to this system that we that we are all part of and that we all. Perpetuate of being more efficient more this more that fast third now. So I think it's great if we are efficient to no end, if we can be focused and clear and chart, the idea is also really within these within these works that it's really also serving to cultivate something else, which is indeed intuition and reciptivity, which might also yield productivity, however, not in the sense of this being the sole purpose and sad and more than anything this whole goal because I think that's the thing right because now this actually how I got to the project in a certain way. That right now. At least on a structural level, so let's say talking about the the structures that we are embedded in political social economic more than anything economic level. that. We kind of have a very hard time thinking outside of that right so that the end goal is like efficiency and I think the stock markets, which is something that I've been thinking about really quite a law, and funnily enough well, they come from. The first stock market started trading started he in the Netherlands. This idea of efficiency and how people have created the most mind blowing instruments, I mean financial instruments sort of built on top of that and on top of that. And it's like this never ending this never ending story on planet or your location on planet or So I do think that there isn't a certain way. I mean I'm not sure about progress I do think about evolution. We always change. There's all ways transformation and there's lake you know at least an hour in this this three dimensional vote no way around that. We always change and transform. And and we also have full and I. Think this is something. That to. It helped me to sort of look at things. With a bit more ease. At the moment. We are into absolute measurability of value, which is what money is. That's a very abstract system to value things, and that ties back into the discussion affinity companion on the power of language that what can be named and defined quantified above anything is of value, and you see them in a certain way like I think quite well also in the value of art in society, and that there is oftentimes in the Netherlands at least like to A. A certain degree and that funding is related to visit numbers and I understand that, too. For a certain part. At the same time there's also something about things that are innovative and new and groundbreaking that might actually at the very moment, indeed because they are new, not speaking to so many people, which doesn't at all, make them less valuable for the evolution off the field, and maybe even for the evolution of more many many more people. Because Ardennes, certain ways the space where indeed it's, it's A. It's a fantastic space for speculative. Thinking and imagination there is not so much space for for a reflection. And and in that sense, indeed I think that's a very vital role of arts. And, that's something that in the way right now values attributed within at least the funding system for example partially isn't take. It's difficult to measure right. It's very difficult. Omission said that's become an issue and and that's likewise in an and that's and that's simply the the sort of easy way out. Is short-term Prophet now talking about that? Say Business within the arts. It's for example. Example, the sort of easy way out as visitor numbers, you know and I know that this is more complex you know, but basically it's about how we managed value certain things and you know if you WanNa talk about sustainability, and all these things, it's simply about the fact that right now because it's cheap to extract certain resources because week of veteran, better and better. We don't pay so much for certain. Minerals or for certain raw materials as we call them, but maybe the impact that actually extraction has devastating to all of us, so it's this idea of course of how to value one and how to recalculate. Right how do you agree upon? So I think that's like down. I, guess that site one of the things that is key to. Our understanding of collective agreement and the active valuation. The world is completely entangled in the end scene with human technologies, human reasoning and Human Senate knowledge infrastructures. In addition, this knowledge is characterized by the global society's increasing dependence or results and the first expansion of scientific and technological developments, countering the many many many advantages of this technology society. There's also a recently discovered price sick that we may be cannot afford to pay. In the light of urgent ecological circumstances of the greatest genitals is to rethink the relationship between men and world, and the lying is search to define what is value. What art infrastructures of failure in an for seen? By re positioning ourselves as human beings and exploring the blind trust we have in our senses become maybe open up opportunities ways of knowing and being in the world. Cup Nor will be part of meet up a future base by of the senses they will take place to eighteenth of January, two thousand and twenty in the Netherlands for more information visit our website at future based dot. ORC Die, you will find also show notes on this podcast and the website of. And more information about the platform itself. You can join our community on facebook, or follow us on linked in Instagram or twitter, or subscribe to our new set the awesome interlude to our may Adiga and part of her guided Meditation Guy Arising. Thank you so much for listening I. 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"annika" Discussed on Future Based Podcast

Future Based Podcast

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"annika" Discussed on Future Based Podcast

"And incantation is actually very interesting, because as as I understand I'm not. Well another program year I. I don't know how icon do incantation say like that? But from researching how it works for health I understand it works is the idea of. An encounter in it's like it's a rhythmic repetition of a set of words, and it is said that if that is than with fully focused attention, it creates actually the desire, the fact, and at the same time what it's supposed to do is to create a sort of energy focus. I mean reshaping of the Organization of matter. In a very specific manner. Could you say it's like a spell? INCANTATION is certainly like also related to the idea of spell, but to me. What was quite interesting when I talked a bit further about it that it has to do a lot with focus and attention and an actually also with resonant, and this is something that in this project is to me very relevant. Because, we use it also nar colloquial language lot that something resonates with you that so so it means that there is some sort of vibe exchange going on and that for example, different people have different vibe so us all these things really law, and if you look at let's say at the way the yet life on our planet communicates with itself. There was recently I'm doing a work. Also that relates to to sound and plans and plans. For example there are some some some that they can sort of sense when a polling nature is approaching and produce more nectar. So there's a communication going on which is non in the not in the audible spectrum, but it's the frequency also, and this is just one example, so it seems that matter in a certain way is really vibration, so the idea of resonance in vibration is something that in a certain ways almost only present for as far as we can grasp that. And, then that relation incantation and rhythmic repetition to me makes also sends a something that tries to organize things or shape things in a very specific men are. and that in a certain I is to me relevant in general in my heart. And with this one, maybe even more so because it's about communicating. In a different manner, so also about how we resonate with each other with ourselves with. Animals plans the planet. And also the fact who use let's say different censorial elements means that you're trying to communicate on different levels of resonance. I guess. What I'm using is actually the fact that our whole. Our whole system of perception is built in Situa-. That we we're only made aware of certain things when they're out of the ordinary. Because originally all our sensory organs. They're meant to eat. Like is developed actually for us to be able to be better hunter, I mean us. When we were in the doing the Cambrian evolution, when basically when the when life developed further ice are sort of the tools that allow us to hunt. And then the other senses are developed also as warning system. So when there's a very loud town, we become alert once. Something smells burns. We become alert when somebody smells really good. We feel attracted, so it's it's kind of exceptions from the norm normal. Let's say the the the regular state. That makes us aware. And so to give you another example when you're in a restaurant there's a lot of noise. But you assist plants that out like you unless critics are really bad depending on how sensitive to that you are! You're able to have a conversation with whomever. You're at the table Yes. Because you're. Let's say you your way of perceiving it. Is it kind of blends out in puts it in the background? Only when there's something that doesn't fit that environment, you'll become. At, you will pay more attention to it. And, what I what I do with my work? Is that I? Try to put things. I work with things that are connected to the things that I'm researching and at the same time at put things together that in a normal sets are. Let's say in reality in a non constructed reality where this is a difficult one. How can I say that better well constructive as in like not intentionally Heck, yeah, I would call it hacking. Through these little hacks of something that wouldn't necessarily appear in like a restaurants having for exam-. I seem to ever so slightly open up the to make you more perceptible basically to open something out I. Try to also find out. Really what? What does work for us? Dan Terms of connecting and having a conversation also through the body rather than only with the mind..

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"annika" Discussed on Future Based Podcast

Future Based Podcast

08:07 min | 2 years ago

"annika" Discussed on Future Based Podcast

"Hard time accepting or relating to our intuitive part. Any governor is an artist who creates multi sensory compositions in the extended field of painting, installations, sculpture, sound and performances. She makes a she's calling it. Sensory synock fees with the intention to let people connect a different way with our surroundings, only officially or through sound, also with the other senses, for example through touch, smell, or to sense of movement, and the inner images, and through guided meditations with her research. She uncovers the milky lateness of our perception. In this focused, we will listen to anchor about her sources of inspiration and how she researches to alternative. Alternative ways of experiencing the world around us in what other ways we were able to perceive the world, and why should we even bother so? It's Guy. Arising is a prequel to a project called deep planetary sensing which which has a couple of Let's say major inspiration blocks in terms of other researchers, philosophers and the one which is very important as physical companion. He's an Italian philosopher and he wrote a book called technique in magic, and basically he talks about the spell of taking so how we assumed especially the Western society. We are under the spell of the idea that. Expansion as infants that is also necessary in that in order to allow for that, we need to be more and more efficient. And he ties it into language, so how only things that can be categorized compartmentalized grew together in order to be organized efficient manner are. Officially existing and also valuable foucault it also has to do with. Do, we attribute value to things if we cannot name them, and he and of course this this goes into various layers. He also mentioned for example the status of personal without an ID or passport, the refugee that that's also person that, in certain way for lack of identification name, ability identify ability falls off our. Spectrum yeah out of. The it becomes, let's say we cannot deal with anymore because it becomes ungraceful, too. US unto a certain level of our system. What he proposes as an antidote is the idea of affable the unnamed bowl. And tying into his research. To what became very interesting, the idea also pauline Oliveros a composer that at passed away I. Think in two thousand sixteen. And her life work is the project co deep listening pence, also the name of of the project embassy was deep planetary sensing. Her idea was as she's a composer. and her idea was that. Her musicians. They were so tuned into being also very efficient all the time to be, let's say active to be. In a certain way manipulating what they were doing, so they're very much on an output level rather than in coot. She developed this this concept of. Deep listening in order to cultivate intuition intercept team and. As a as as a let's say, counterbalance to this dominance of this efficiency focus and the active mode of me, I discovered. I think beginning of the year. While I was doing a work for the new institute here in the Netherlands. which was already dealing with? Let's say other forms of knowing which is also related to her away and and the idea of. More than human knowledge and in that research. I encountered pulling Oliveira's and together with her. Actually, another researcher and Barry. Who is? She is trained. As a historian and became then. Union analysts and she has a very interesting theory on. On indeed, let's say the the censorial that involved her series not since royal, but she talks about. Also the re integration. Of these capacities of intuition address activity and she explained. Let's say historically over the last five thousand years. Why we have sort of lost. Through various. Historical evolutions, and how that also relates to our, or how that defines our relationship with the female the body, the senses nature. Let's say the other. And how how a certain western and oftentimes very patriotic? and. In the past, also colonial view came about. And how that is tied in two ways of sensing Venus rising Venus rising Venus rising. I think for me. It's important. Because as Mentioned in the in the discourse of physical companion, this idea of efficiency. And compartmentalization also creates a lot of distance. Between US and the other. And actually Humans. Become a resource any actually any resource so minerals plans animals humans. We all become resources that are in a certain way stripped of something else, which is what he calls an affable, the ineffable. Anton some. That also I have a background in in finance, so I've actually been part of the system that screw this possibility of obstruction categorization actually has created a whole value system and these belief systems contribute largely to the way we deal currently with the planet and Hans also to the crime crisis. Let's say ecological social and political levels, so in that sense I see that. An reintegration of these capacities of. Atrocity! They can possibly counterbalance this dominance overweight and also really. Well. Let's say it's almost a dead end. Because we now we are trying to find other solutions, but if we continue to try to do that with linear thinking, which is the very thing that has created these problems. It will. Be, very hard to come up with alternative ways of being and dealing with each other. So in that regards also based on on research of other authors that have worked on that. I feel it's because you know the whole Let's say away and Karen Barada, in there in the past the past years they has of course been created. A lot of collective imaginary. Discourse around how important it is to deal differently with each other but I feel that that's something that. We are already integrating that right like we already creating communities who are already. be through being with each other via sort of to use heroin for weaving different stories I feel that still there an even more internal parts which is also censorial. and which is in that sense, even warm buddied maybe or not even Robert Complementary. Necessary to work on. On maybe even more conscious focus to cultivate intuition and`reciprocity. Guy Rising rising got rising. Guy. Rising rising.

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"annika" Discussed on Future Based Podcast

Future Based Podcast

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"annika" Discussed on Future Based Podcast

"Well we have so much visual information to process all the time I started to feel that communicating also with other ways of understanding through the other senses would sort of allow us to to access I'm not sure of more but different different different ways of. This is future baseball cast with your host Sabina winters. Future base fierce off the beaten path to make way for an optimistic approach of the future fifth bolt costs reading sessions, reflections meet up performances and everything in between. Perhaps, it's something all times the thing that we are on a turning point, but it seems that there are so many writings on the wall with conned ignored at indy. We art due to technology living on the border of a paradigm shift. In our relieve, our perspective will change for medically in the next coming twenty years. It's just you sometimes come see clearly. That's right on the our collective knows. A. World isn't only changing. It's changing faster than ever. Nevertheless. There's a tendency to forget the importance of reflecting on how the world is changing, and particularly about the consequences of these changes might be. In this respective future based engages philosophy as a form of activism, and we used to question the status quo and established frameworks. We tend to believe in so dearly. Not necessarily fine straight answers to formulate more specific questions and to foster deep understanding of the world. We live in for more information visit. Future Base Dot Org. Maybe our believe in science has become so strong. The mind has become so dominant that we have a.

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"annika" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"annika" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Annika waters is the state points out also never mentions he was afraid though that's his defense now a jury in Texas convicts former Dallas police officer amber Geiger of murder for killing an unarmed black man eating ice cream in his apartment witnesses are now testifying in the sentencing phase including a colleague of the victim both John just very nice personable level room we got along with everybody Uyghur faces up to ninety nine years in prison as more people get sick and die from lung illnesses linked to vaping Ohio's governor calls for a ban on flavored vaping products he worries about its appeal to teenagers since two thousand seventy there's been a hundred and thirty five percent increase in E. cigarette use among high school calling it a serious health threat the chancellor of Texas a and M. bands vaping at all its campuses statewide chick fillet is exploding in growth but there is one metric it's working to improve the wait time in the drive thru independent analysis finds the average customer wait more than five minutes in line between order and pick up that's nearly forty seconds longer the McDonald's the second slowest of the ten chains reviewed still customers overall rave about chick fillet quality and service W. F. used I've seven twenty so there are some things are worth then Kathy told me years ago there D. there they their goal is thirty seconds thirty seconds per order in the drive thru so that means about ten cars are usually had a few I tell you something seven twenty six now our second mile service continues weather and traffic updates every six minutes and WSBT are all this Kurt militias today's forecast plenty hot sunshine again today record high around ninety six current. he's seventy two back to the morning drive now here's mark McKay. the queen. I had a question. which will likely. nine o'clock hour be aware of that I twenty about down it could be by the eagle further notice. side with and around Jericho road still brake lights start around twenty eighty one get past that on and off the brakes from Jones for a road to two eighty five six seventy five north down watching some delays leading separate downtown after Prescott downtown delayed seventy five eighty five north one sixty six up to Peachtree pine street you're also see in South bundle is on seventy five and eighty five in the town getting past Georgia tech trouble team traffic ninety five point five W. espys twenty seven times WSB sports here's a bladder Kirby smart report is just ahead with the state of the dogs heading into the second part of the season practice report injured starters Tyson Campbell and Solomon Kinley returned to the field with the second team also be a Tennessee Saturday kick off at seven year old W. S. make baseball Dallas geico will start game one of the division series for the Braves at home against the cardinals my eyebrows Michael is first pitch we just after five tomorrow our top performers brought you buy online trading academy are the nationals who come back to beat the brewers for three the NL wild card game a dramatic eighth inning scoring three runs with two outs on a go ahead single by one so the right fielder misses the ball to allow the winning run to score tonight the AL wild card game between Tampa and Oakland. the coach Kirby smart reports presented on WSB.

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"annika" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"annika" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"The girl on the ground with Annika coming up in the next hour I'm back down to twenty seven percent brother. I think I just got fired up with Tony. in the last. back down to. whatever whatever sauce you know we were we cover a lot with Annika there's impeachment approvals in the White House. pardon me. there is a potus poised to make an announcement in regard to gun control. and of course preview of twenty twenty debate. so we'll have a lot with Annika which allows us a little bit of time to check in I mentioned brother Joe pads. and he did a segment which I think is kind of cool what toys should be in the toy hall of fame. toys. we were toying guy I'd add on I think I was. and I'll be on the my favorite what was your favorite toy growing up as a guy who has a kid my hand favorite one the one to go to. thinking about her you know I think you you go through a you know it well I I think as I look back on the one I was most excited to get and then I actually got was a. was this it was a racing track thing hot wheels it and you would charge the car yeah and then they would race kinda on their own rushed over something racing set I love it. I love hot wheels but you know what I really enjoyed was that when you took the plastic orange track apart it made a perfect assault weapon for your little sister. cash cash. my favorite as a kid. it differs how old you are. silly putty. are you said just. have a great time. I. I love my H. a sketch. he won Facebook's is a GI Joe GI Joe yeah it's good stuff about kung fu grip won I that's the one you know. and and by the way I had to restart our Facebook yeah yeah yes all that god I put it back to the top so if if anybody got knocked off from it come join us again. but evidently you're able to vote online for the favorite toys or go to our website I'm go to our Facebook page rather and you'll see this story and it's it's fascinating could you go back and you think about all the stuff. and. I'll be honest the best thing I had as an older kid was a BB gun and then a pellet gun. I loved it you insure your eye out I did not. but the kids in the neighborhood we do have BB gun fights. we did that did you do that too what was wrong what were we thinking I in there was a guy I remember one time I had to I had to to the simple little to keep kind of be begun yeah he had a pump or. mmhm provide you could get a lot of extra power yeah he was sniping us as we were coming up the street like what is that noise you hear. what is that shooting at us excellent that he was a lousy shot yeah evidently. but yeah my first one was a it was a daisy red Ryder BB gun the one click click in it will come out like. good Harley knock over a a flower with it. but here and out full disclosure this is a I it is as vivid to me right now. as it was fifty.

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"annika" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"annika" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Our time with Annika but a story are you ready for this this is not a good one a golf pro was arrested I'm suspicion of sexual assault after allegedly going on a tirade not here all right now hold on could you do a fill for me for just two seconds there's got to be yeah sure sure take your no worries yeah one of the things that we obviously want to remind you of as we deal with these different storms are headed our way as we have of a page specifically devoted to that connected to our website it's our Hawaii storm watch page it'll get updated again probably around eleven as storms get close to the island the updates happen about every three hours and and and then continue to increase incrementally but right now it's five in the morning and then at eleven and then again in the afternoon but Hawaii storm watches the page it's connected to you right now at K. H. V. H. radio dot com to go check that out end phantom of the opera tickets which we'll get to our next hour with Thursday's trivia game and it's for next Wednesday so why a clear some time to a play our game and you could be on your way to see phantom of the opera for free and by the way phantom is just one of the show's Broadway shows that it's coming as we Polish off the year you've also have you also have the illusionist in October which were looking forward to and rent in December if you never seen either of those shows this will be a great opportunity to get your hands on tickets you can use the priority code aloha for both rent and the illusion S. for individual tickets right now we'll give you more information on that a little bit later on Rick quemada feverishly working over there taking care of some something is gonna bring amazing information to you I'm sure so what stick around for that and Rick will be back here with us shortly as I continue to stall for Mr amada and then Annika green yes she's good to go as well we'll get her on the air will have a chance to have a conversation with her about what is happening here in of in a not so much but will get what's going on in the belt way right now low let's check in with the with with traffic and John Matthews morning all things considered no.

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"annika" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:16 min | 3 years ago

"annika" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"One golfer that I've watched in years is Annika sorenstam she's got ten majors seventy three LPGA victories would you say she is the goat of LPGA I mean certainly in in the modern era you know she'd be hard to hard to pass up I mean she she just and and she did everything in our area that we saw a great and and we we starships is D. nine and we shot SRC dollies you know he went all these multiple majors and seventy two which this was winning you know five six seven times a year eight plus times a year and who does that anymore now the depth of field is so strong that that that is very difficult to do Lorraine Ocho was doing the same types of things cari wet but on a cut out of those three and even scary pack in my in this later era we're the ones really dominating but Annika certainly stuck out in a big way you know when you go back back in the day no Louise sucks and and all the founders in the old hall of Famers you know they were an integral part of everything that's happening now yeah if you don't have those previous players setting the standards and creating the records you don't have anyone is trying to break down so it's you know that'll comparison of the days of of yesterday and now comparing them is very difficult as is even in all sports concerts you don't have today if you didn't have what happened yesterday and and all the foundations that were late that we learn from I agree with that K. well you know what thank you for being on our show and I just wanna put it out there that I think you're a great role model for those young women that that want to get into the game of golf or I do some volunteer work at a school and we trying to get the the first tee program back at this list so it starts Stargate about the very young and the key is seen the like they enjoy the putting part of it but they eventually get around learning how to swing and and and just how to enjoy the game it's it's a great sport a I don't play until I retired from baseball matter fact when it did laid out married that was enough to lead America again not merit okay my wife gave this set of golf clubs as a way to get out of there the house and I went up there subproblem hundred fifteen apply no I can do this better than this I'm bored with hand I. corny I kid bills my check book but I don't have a court date set and now it is only it's it's it's grown on me and it it's it's still benefactor I have a we have a TV monitor and in our studio yeah I'm I'm people over to senior open and I'm flipping back and forth watch in the the St Jude classic at the same time so but I just want to put out there thanks so much for being on the show force okay well I would say to any you know all these kids there's no company or business out there that's not gonna look at a resume and if they see you played golf since you were you know ten twelve years old and if you played in college that stands out so hugely on a resume and and you compile a the the plane costs into any any career you choose it's a big time social game there okay one of the biggest things that why were honoring women in sports are are exactly that some of the hurdles you had to go through and and now is and you and I've had many conversations about the longevity and how we have to battle younger analyst in and younger players coming out of the game what would you say to our young viewers out there in trying to battle in get an analyst job or trying to get on an LPGA job give us your your final thoughts to the young women out there listening get in line they say oh I love your job I'd love to have your job how do I get it at the well go to about thirty years of experience I know there's only a relatively small amount that get a get in front of a microphone or in front of a camera but the opportunity to work in television is there a ton a jobs there are behind the scenes job there's audio there's graphics there's producers feature producers camera men and women there's so many opportunities beyond just us talking heads right but I I say Hey if this is something you want to do then you've got to either become excellent in your sport in be hired as the analysts down the road when you retire or go the route of becoming a journalist where you can be the the show host them and take it in and out of commercial and interview people and go that more than news journalism she and you know even guys like I think Steve sands that I work with that option on NBC he he went to college and study that and started out in small towns you knew you got to work your way up starting in the little the little market and then if you go to the bigger market many hopefully get to in LA or New York or Chicago and then and then he was lucky enough where he knew call in and cost another niche right so you just there's no substitute for hard work in putting your nose down and and just there's a lot of other opportunities out there too with the social media side of things and getting to DO content out there on the internet and that's the way to the scene and get get thirty year wraps underneath here right so you know you you just have to put yourself out there and really research and get out there and just start doing that right because nothing takes the place of of hard work and in putting your face out there and someone's going to see the the shiny stars that stand out and say Hey that person has a great sound a great look in great content and we want to give you a chance okay cockroach you are magnificent and what you do invite and I love to watch and listen there and again it is our honor to to honor you today because you've worked really hard at your sport and you are continuing to do it I this thing by tonight we need to get your to get a new caddy I think you.

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"annika" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

09:03 min | 3 years ago

"annika" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Law Wednesday tomorrow will connect with Annika green but we're also the connect so if you're on Facebook live I'm on my second bottle this morning of Hawaii volcanic go what a volcanic is a wonders I know it water hi but pick up a bottle and you're gonna be able to see anything and everything they provide these in potassium calcium silica alkaline PH all the information you need to know well what I love about Jason Donovan his his commitment not only to the purity of his product but also the responsibility of but utilization of different materials now he's also connected with the gentleman who is the founder of C. bins you're gonna see more about this especially after Friday S. E. A. B. I. N. S. these are used for harbors and other bodies of utilized water and basically it's kind of like a Zumba and it takes care of debris in other types of of materials and it keeps the water clean and so they've connected together they're going to join us tomorrow morning phone call well I have a nine is a preview to Friday's of president kind of the unveiling if you will and I guarantee it's going to there's gonna get a lot of play you can hear a lot about you'll get first up though tomorrow they'll be a game changer I love it I I love the whole idea of the concept I love Donovan this guy and numbered with because of what he does and how he does attend the product and his commitment to environmental it cetera servi tomorrow at nine ten and then the fellas yep we're gonna be back on Friday we also I'm waiting confirmation I have a great artist they will talk with I don't wanna busted out in it not happen but if it does I'll be a happy happy little girl in here yeah there you go it is a nine ten I'm gonna go back he's got a little bit of a Facebook update I don't I see some commentary this going back and forth among about a little bit in view and you're definitely welcome the Chinamen whatever your opinions ours who's your Facebook live can shares he wants to share that of the reason for putting caponord out there is so that it looks like they're terrorizing the plural component it's all about the visual for TV that's the reason that they've done that and then rusty says the ancient Hawaiians and and I'm a pair for is a little bit our study years of the stars the telescope would be honoring the studies for future generations there's no desecration of the land on Mauna Kea the ancient Hawaiians would be honored now that the study of the stars continues and the blessing of knowledge to its people and we don't know what they would but that's his take on it well there's no doubt I mean we dedicated time and we will continue two what's transpiring atop Mauna Kea you know the the comment about putting component there all right I have there might be an element of it I believe the reason why they are there is because they're setting an example for the next generations how do you protest if you can have a couple who is wheelchair bound older it cetera that's an example in and of itself I never perceive this to be that you're you know brutalizing elderly people and that's with the images on television what I see is generationally that that passion being set by example agree or disagree with everything that's totally different I think that's really what's driving this so the imagery and all of that it was very emotional watching as they were being removed and the four five deep a couple of hundreds of people that were there that were very emotional of watching them be interested now you can claim that it's staged in it's all about the drama in all right but Hey maybe have a little different tack we may not understand completely I agree and what's taking place a top that my own but I'm a little more I think empathetic because there are people that do have genuine beliefs and when there is a genuine belief that is being violated people react in extraordinary ways some tremendously respectful inappropriate others will take to the streets and be violent morons it runs the gamut I'm just hopeful that we're going to empathize because if it was an issue important to us in issue important to you and you staged protests at cetera at least folks will try and understand a bit about what's driving you is it a hundred percent one hundred thousand percent purely completely utterly and absolutely cultural can answer that if there's people that are there but the expressions that are taking place in this has been going on for ages it's an extension and now it's time for the next generation to learn the other part about it is get them the hell out there blocking the road it's a legal guys need to start building they're losing cash come up let's go I know that there are people that have that sentiment that's why this is a story as it continues is important to the to the debate about roles and what our cultural identities and what we find that can be terms sacred we may not get it but others do I am just not want to speculate about what they're of motivation is I take it very much at face value our dialed in it is nine fifteen I was put in the context as a Christian if there is a tremendous what is perceived to be a violation of that expression or that land or that moment or whatever it is what would be my reply what what I do if there were let's say there's a church that is adjacent to public land in they have mounted a cross with the celebration of Jesus Christ and then people in the public side because you know that's really offensive to me I wouldn't want to tear that down what would be the response of those who have a very strong belief and in Christianity if there was a perceived assault on something that was sacred to that so it and we've seen it even with a concept of removing in god we trust or no even the pledge of allegiance under god and there's definitely protest when those sort of indication start to happen he burning of the flag the flag is a sacred symbol of the United States of America for what people what it represents and when people will set fire to the American flag people have a visceral reaction there are people that believe that mountain top is deserve.

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"annika" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"annika" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"So this is the next generation. You gotta invest in the younger ones to to see the fruit down the road. So this is a good thing. The today. Do you think it's tougher to grow the game and sell the game without one dominant player and superstar around which you can build excitement and marketing, and if you look at the PGA today, I think our Commissioner Mike want he's done an excellent job. You know, really with a group of top players around the world. You know, it's it's very much a global global tour with players from, you know, New Zealand, Thailand Korea and the US. And so, you know, they he's done an excellent job promoting it the way we have. And so, you know, I think that this is a good time. They'll Pajeros ever been in this as far as part. Ownership viewership and players it's fun to watch. And I'm sure that, you know, the time will come when we will have you know, a dominant or two players going head to head. You mentioned in a tweet that fifty nine of the seventy two participants in this upcoming amateur tournament at competed in at least one of your article foundation tournaments. How many ornaments do you have an is that is that purely to add another bit of competition to maybe not a full slate of amateur competitions for for girls. Golfers. So we do have seven now this is we started our eleven th year with Donna ca- foundation. You know in the goal was to have a tournament and every corner of the world. And so we feel very very lucky that we have almost reached that goal because we're in waiting land where are in South America Argentina we are in China in Europe. And I was saying the US, and we have initiatives anything from six zero two college events. So you know, we we reach over six hundred girls every year. So you can imagine over ten years. We've been able to see a lot of these young players, and you know, obviously. Personally gives me a lot of. Well, it makes me smile to see that we have fifty nine of the seventy two players fifty nine. It's a kind of a coincidence. The number I guess on top of it. But to see them, you know, be invited to Augusta National women mature is just fantastic. I mean, a a built a relationship with many of these players I've seen them, you know, some of them for ten years to see them grow through aggress roots, and then to some of our initiatives, and then college event, and it's really neat. So it's kinda feel like it's come to full circle. And you know, just kinda justify all the commitment and all the miles. We put into you know, to inspire these place from around the world. How much do you still play golf? How often I don't play as much of? Of course, I still do a lot of corporate outings charity events. And you know, I go to every McCain vacation on on a collegiate then, and I do a demonstration or clinics and talk to the girls about, you know, my experiences, my knowledge and so forth. So it's you know, my shots don't necessarily have a purpose as they used to. But still hopefully the words that come along means something to them. Do you miss the competition side of it? Not really I mean now it's been ten years ten years removed from competition, and you know, other than my phone Dacian. And then my corporate partners. I do you know have two kids and a husband. I I like to spend time with so, you know, I feel like I got my hands full. But it's you know, golf is always meant so much to me. So I'm glad that I can continue to have a foot in the game. Now, you're on the slopes more. I can tell from your. Are you competitive in everything you do if you're out if you're out skiing or if you're playing tennis or if you're playing board games win? Yes. Yes. So. Yeah, I mean, that's I guess that's my nature. So sometimes it's good. And sometimes not so good. Yeah. I'm the same way. Sometimes sometimes you take a deep breath. Yeah. Couple couple speed round questions for you. What's your favorite course to play over? I've played pine valley in New Jersey. It was just been tested. What's your favorite club? Well, used to be my driver. Your most memorable round or tournament shooting fifty nine. That's pretty good one on your most memorably terrible round or turnament..

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"annika" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"annika" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"They end up doing whether it's marketing or through events are there women in in other sports, or even in golf that you've established some friendships with and communicate with even after retirement I do keep in touch with the some of the players that I used to play with. But I agree that, you know, some mentoring programs and women need to celebrate other women's successes, and you know, it opens doors for others, and it makes others streams that there's possibilities. And you know, and I and I really think that's important. And I see that more and more how you know you rely on others to to you know, able to be successful. And and I think women needs a little bit more women are more. You know, we we do bettering as a group and to support each other's really important than you know, that's one of the things that I am excited about is you know, to to partner with. Bank of America with this tournament because they have a depatrurey of this evidence advancing women's economic opportunities. And that's what you know. It's close to my heart. Then we can do this through sports. We can do it through other ways. And this is a great way to start your Annika foundation clearly is about lending a hand in and helping lift up the the next generation of golfers. I read a fascinating thing that when you were a little girl in Sweden. You would intentionally lose junior tournaments? So that you didn't have to speak after a victory. It's hard to reconcile that kind of shyness with the person that you are today. Do you think that that was one of the biggest reasons that you got so invested in doing work on the mental side of the game? It probably am. You're right. I mean, I, you know, I still am quite shy. But you know, office giving me, you know, competence is giving me believe in myself. And what I do. And also, you know, confirming that if you have a dream, you know, dreams do come true. So that's you know, that's kind of what the foundation is is all about is providing these playing opportunities for upcoming girls that do have big dreams. Again. We we provide these tournaments to motivate them to inspire them getting them in front of other players with similar similar goals, and you know, similar visions of playing the game. And again, just kind of being there for them at this crucial age, you know, we're talking, you know, fourteen to eighteen years old where you just want them to continue. And and to understand that. Yeah, it's just a game. But also, you know statistics show that sports is is really important in in in women's kind of. Future. A lot of a lot of women in C suites. A lot of successful women have a sports background. And I think that that's that is so important. You know, something we can't underestimate them go I think can provide that in so many ways, and it's it's so neat to see these girl being who they are. And and I mean, it's it's inspiring to me to be able to help them. So it's been great. Have any of the top amateurs or even LPGA players reached out to you to help them with the mental side of the game. I've I've done some, you know, not not too much. I mean, but you know, just being part of they'll Peja, and you know, just last year, I was the captain for the European teams. So I'm Cup. So I worked with because few players and now able to guide them through a few things. And you know, I enjoyed that. I enjoy, you know, sharing my knowledge, and you know, my experiences to help them hopefully advance, and you know, going into that Wrexham they want. So it's been it's been very it's been fun, and you know, rewarding at the same time. So let's get back to this. Incredible. New Augusta National women's amateur championship. It's April thirty six. Tell me what you're doing with a Bank of America at the event. Yeah. No. So first of all I'm in. I'm excited about my partnership with Bank of America. And they stand for a lot of things that I believe in which I was stays in powering women, but you know, this is not something..

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"annika" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"annika" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"On April six she'll be joining Nancy Lopez lorraina Ocho and Serie packed to participate in the special. I t ceremony ahead of the final round of the inaugural, Augusta National women's amateur championship. I'm super excited to talk about that tournament. But I want to start quickly Onondaga with the bigger picture. You're one of the biggest female trailblazers in sport. You retired just a few years ago in the time since you retired. And you look back at your career. How have you seen the treatment of an opportunity for women in professional sport across all sports change since you started out this, no doubt. It has changed. I think. It's I'm in a lot of it is, you know, thanks to social media also. But just a wariness the playing opportunities the exposure and just kind of the demand if you wanna say from from female athletes, you know, asking for for platform to show their skills, and and, you know, have opportunities to grow as individuals, and, you know, obviously with corporate support that, you know, give women opportunities to be successful. So I've seen it in sports. I've seen it. You know, an a lot of places to last ten fifteen years. Focus should be to help grow it, even more. Where should we be focused? I think we should focus not so much on just getting girls to you know, to try a sport. I think there are plenty of initiatives to, you know, give them a ball in their hands, or, you know, pick something around or, you know, just explore different opportunities. I think the hardest thing is to keep girls into the game. And that's one of the reasons why I'm excited about the, you know, Augusta National we miss amateur. It's it's you know, it's not beginners. Of course, it's it's a platform for these young girls to to dream big. And and to celebrate not this women's golf and women in general, but you know, really continued to inspire them to, you know, be successful. And I think that is really important. A lot of the great men's athletes end up forming little tribes with each other from all the work..

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