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"aska" Discussed on KQED Radio
"That's 1 806 624357. Roland. What's your response about LSD use? Are you surprised to hear that it's risen over the recent years? No, not not particularly course it's LSD is just one of a number of psychedelic hallucinogen. Drugs and this increase of About 60% from 2015. To 2018 is is not surprising to me in light of this phenomenal Exposure that this phenomena of micro dozing has received. This is the idea that people can't take sub perceptual doses of psychedelics every couple of days and that that may be beneficial for Depression and mood disorders. They frustrating piece of that, for those of us that do clinical research is that all of the evidence supporting that is anecdotal. And they're no clinical trials demonstrating the efficacy. Yet it's just gotten tremendous media attention has really become something of a social, cultural mean. And so I, I would bet and and particularly given the fact that the increase was in older and educated dolls, I would bet a lot of that is being driven. Through that phenomena. Now you mentioned LSD is just one of the psychedelics. But let's get some basics. Out of the way. Tell us what you mean. When you say psychedelic drugs. And what's the range of substances that we're talking about? Way often speak about the classic psychedelics. And these are the psychedelics whose actions are mediated through the serotonin. To a receptor, and they include LSD, which is a completely synthesized compound, but they also include a number of naturally occurring compounds such as psilocybin. That occurs in the philosophy Mushroom, D M. T and and also mescal. In all three of those drugs have Dempsey has has been used as a Is the psychoactive ingredient in Iowa, Aska in South America and mess Glynn is thie functioning entity in the In the cactus that's used by Native Americans. All three so Simon Mescal in and D M T have been used, You know, likely for hundreds of years and In the cases, so Simon, possibly thousands ofyears within different cultures for healing or definitive Ori purposes. Those but those air the major Classic psychedelics or hallucinogens. There are other synthesize compounds that have been have been developed, but the major ones, there are those a note that we did reach out to the drug enforcement agency to participate in this conversation. They declined, but the invitation still stands. DEA is responsible for classifying different drugs at the federal level, and a fact sheet on the Dia's website says quote. Many hallucinogens are scheduled one under the Controlled Substances Act, meaning that they have a high potential for abuse. No currently accepted medical use in treatment in the United States and a lack of accepted safety for use under medical supervision and quote So Roland, according to the D. A. Many psychedelic drugs can be very dangerous. So in a nutshell, tell us what these drugs are actually doing. Tow our brains. Well, let's see. So it's kind of it's complicated. We don't fully understand it. But we know that the classic psychedelics have ah, the sight of action the serotonin to a receptor. And there's a cascade of brain activity that occurs downstream from that. We know something about network activity that changes and then particular decreases in something called the default mode. Network functioning, which is thought underwrite a sense of of self or ego. If you will, and then we know that on a psychological level There's an increased increase in psychological flexibility that occurs as a consequence of thes these experiences. Let me just say something just to speak to the abuse potential on the schedule one status so You know, A CZ will recall these drugs really took a hit in the 19 sixties when their use really went off the rails, partly because of association with anti war and anti cultural anti establishment movements, partly due to enthusiasm from psychedelic Proponents such as Timothy Leary and his classic saying, Turn on tune in drop out, but they've really became demonized to the point where all research with these compounds was brought to a stop The functional prohibition. Back in the sixties, and it's only in the last 20 years that this research is beginning to be renewed. What we know in terms of abuse potential is that the relative abuse potential is pretty low. These these drugs don't Act like morphine or cocaine or fed a mean or classic sedatives in that they're not self administered at high rates. People don't lose control. Tolerance occurs very quickly, but there's no Withdrawal. But there is concern about the toxicity and so far as thes compounds can induce people to potentially engage in dangerous behavior, danger to themselves and to other people. There are people who end up Coming in harm's way, either dying on DH, possibly involved in AA and homicidal. Behavior jumping out of windows on and there's also a concern that invulnerable people, people who have vulnerability to psychotic illness that these drugs might exacerbate that process, So there is reason to be concerned, but those the frequency of those kinds of effects Is is relatively low, so I think we have to kind of calibrate how we think of these. There are some proponents who are fund of promoting the idea that there no harm's connected with them. And that is certainly not the case. But the relative harms is Eyes low, at least compared to what was what was portrayed by the media. Back in the 19 sixties. We are talking to Roland Griffiths, the director of the Center for Psychedelic and Consciousness Research at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. I want to add another voice to the conversation. Joining us now from Manassas, Virginia, is wily gray. He's a U. S. Marine and the founding director of Veterans of War, which is a nonprofit that connects veterans to psychedelic therapy. Wiley, Welcome to one, eh? Thanks for having me. I understand that you served in Afghanistan and later you began using psychedelics to treat PTSD and trauma. Can you? Can you tell us more of your story? He? Absolutely. So I served from June of 2000 until December of 2008 active duty. And like a lot of veterans, I came home and I found that my.
"aska" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Earlier, but I was I was yawning. I'm not bored. So Walmart fans, Nazi facemasks. Wow, You can't wear a Nazi flag or your fish in a walmart. What's that all about? Good word that you will not see what I guess. This'll mask thing is so so woman, Maces couple. For bare face in park, So I saw that earlier. You know, people are being yelled at for not wearing a mask. Nobody has messed with me. I've almost wanted them too, because I yelled back. I'm really good at it, too. I don't care how big Yeah. But nobody's missed with me. And I've been totally walking around autumn Aska now lately, as I told you, my personal take on and I've had friends of mine not met at me, but they let me know, And I know in certain terms, I'll never where I'm asked. I'm not given end. Well, it won't be buying things in certain places. You got to get that. Don't you know you have to wear the mask? It's a sign of the beast. I don't think the mask is the sign of the beast. No, not at all. But the thing is this When you put the mask on and give somebody hard time because you don't want to put it on and I've done this, But I sort of backed off it because you're just messing with the employees in the store. That I don't know what they make. I don't know anybody makes the store where they making 15 bucks. Now they're trying to get by there making a living and when you go out, and they say, you've got to have a mask on What you gonna say? Screw you. Now you ruin their day. Their boss above them told them to do something. You know, You're just you're just messing with the wrong people. It's kind of like one. Ah! Hugo Chavez was giving heating oil to the people in New England. Everybody said Let's boycott Citgo that was Chavez Oil company. And same thing with BP around that, Ah Oil well in the gulf that Obama would not re ah, with that cap and re energized. But the point is, is that if you boycott those stations, you're not boycotting anything. Do it to corporate your boy kind of the guy that's making a living working at a gas station, risking his life these days. So, ah, Woman Maces a couple in the park for not wearing a mask. The mask that I have, as many of you have seen is that Skol mask that you sort of? I don't know what they're called. Ah, you put it around your neck and pull up over your face. And they make some of them are just even if you're not going to have some type of an imprint on it. Get one of those. They're stupid, Simple, and they don't do a damn thing. Which is what you want in a Basque. Really? You want to be able to breathe? You want to breathe, You know, going to catch a disease walking around out there a lot of mask on. If you do, you'd catch it anyway. And if you think for one minute that anything you're doing in a store, we're walking around touching things. Of a shopping cart. But Oh, you got that mascot and you're good to go now, you say And the thing that gets me I won't touch those things. You walk into a store, and they have these sanitizer wipes their I'm not touching that stuff. For one thing. Everybody reached him from grabbing it. Do you think that around the edges of that it's sterile. Again. The most telling Mame is a couple of guys and those hazmat suits in the lab, which is fed by hoses. It's keeping oxygen flowing in and go to flowing out of the suit is kind of blowing up like a balloon. And they're working where they have their hands Then inside of ah, glass and rubber gloves, working with some type of re agent or whatever, and they're sensibly boy in a bubble. Then it says this is how people work on viruses and laps. But don't worry your cloth mass will take care of you. It's laughable, and the public has bought it now read the Heather McDonald in Promise. Post this month. The best has taken up on Facebook. They weren't extinct on Facebook. I put it up there, but you can get it if you go online, and you just type in pick Doctor go Google whatever. Heather McDonald. In promise. It's coming up, You'll find it. She nails it nails it about just the arbitrary people that aren't as I've said before. They're not smart enough to be there in the first place, elected officials in case in point Gretchen Whitmer coming out and saying, You have to wear a mask and you've got to do this another all across the nation. That's happening, too. But the most telling was when on da Tucker Carlson picked up on this and Becca's well. What? We're totally embarrassed yourself just stands by it, though. I'm sure she does, where you couldn't buy certain things in stores. You can go in the store, but you can't buy certain things. That's absurd. Just crazy. Now I want to say Let's see 12 Ah, three restaurants that name They don't have the same stuff on the menu they used to have. They got these cheesy paper menus, which is OK, but they never have those in the first place. Used to have those plastic I called bear proof. Menus, right laminate over top of it. And maybe it's so like Cheesecake Factory. It's like Encyclopedia Britannica of food. There they all have dumbed down. Remember not Cheesecake factory lately. Can anybody let us know? Are they still open? They still doing business? Curious. Ah, anywhere you go in and they have these disposable menus and they've cut back on a lot of the items that they used to serve. This is again. This is all because of trying to shut down Donald Trump. You must connected. That's that's probably came into this show. That's how we're ending it. We are being gamed. Don't buy it. The masks don't do a damn thing. They've got to train to sheep they've got you're terrified. You're terrified to go outside on the street because you could get a Molotov cocktail tossed in your car. You could get shot by a black lives matter. Racist protests! Ah! Ah Riot. And so they're shut down businesses and now the businesses that they remained open and somehow struggle through have to worry about getting a brick tossed through the window, and it's all around trying to crush Donald Trump. Connect the dots. Do not under any circumstances..
Tesla Smashed Earnings Expectations
"Tesla is defined. The street's expectations reported fourth straight quarter of Prophet yesterday. These latest results now make it eligible for inclusion in the S. and P.. Five hundred. Our reporter. David Dorey explains what this could mean if that happens, that would be huge for Tesla aside from the reputational prestige of being in such a big index. Eleven trillion dollars trucking. The SNP on inclusion would probably fire a starting gun on the race for big index funds to get the hands on Tesla's hsieh's thought, it'd be a far cry. From the numerous periods of precariousness tests has faced in recent years Barry Mind. This is the company that lost four hundred eight million dollars in the second quarter last year. Test is by no means guaranteed to being in the S&P five hundred, but if it does getting created, it could be a sea-change moment for those. He wants to make money for electric cars the energy transition. Looking ahead on today's busy earnings calendar at and T., blackstone Intel twitter American Aska and southwest. Airlines are among those reporting today.
"aska" Discussed on ChupaCast
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"aska" Discussed on The big d zone
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"aska" Discussed on AstroC?bala C?smica
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"aska" Discussed on Halfway There | Christian Testimonies | Spiritual Formation, Growth, and Personal Experiences with God
"I shouldn't say relearning just learning the truth. And then from there. In the winter of twenty nineteen, I went on a mission trip to Brazil with global awakening, and it was a healing mission's trip and we were praying for the sick. And that was the catalyst in this healing journey. I woke up on the plane ride, going to Brazil and my bite shifted. Overnight. and. I was expecting to be in level nine pain because I only got three hours of fragmented sleep, and I was sleeping with my head against the corner of the airplane wall. And the Holy Spirit was like go to the bathroom and check your mouth out. Literally had shifted to understand my. It was so screwed up that only my back to Miller's touched. Now like all of my teeth, your teeth are supposed to touch up until like your first four teeth. And my by had shifted overnight. And you know what I love about. That is that I had gotten stuck in religion I'll be honest. I had gotten stuck in crane out of. I need to see this happen because now I know the truth instead of in the fact that. I know the truth crisis inside of me. This is going to know. He is working to fulfil everything that he promised. Thank you, Jesus. I! Don't understand all the wise. I don't know why I prayed again and you know healing didn't happen immediately, but I'm going to press into this thing. And so that was so sweet to me because I believe that the Lord did that as kind of a little tap on the back to be like. Hey, remember, it's not about what you do, and that's what religion is. Religion tells us about what we do. It's not about what we do. It's about who he is, and it's about what Jesus already accomplished. Men Amen Yeah. That's always the first step to to be in the PHARISEE. Right is focusing on behavior. When we internalize things I'm like what am I doing wrong? Why didn't this prayer work? If you're asking those questions. You're in the wrong place. Yeah absolutely it's. You have to surrender and let God Aska but he wants to do and ask him to to step in. And that takes awful lot of trust. You know it's so hard. But includes releasing control. That's really what it is. Wow, okay, so would you do with that because that's got to be a seriously huge moment for.
"aska" Discussed on They Called This a Movie
"Right Am Kate Beckon sale you. Kinda suck in the beginning of this movie, too. That's the thing there's like a total role reversal between McConnell, hey, and beckons sale, but yeah I I. It's made to your made to believe Makaay is the good guy here you know coming from a family of little people and trying to educate beckon sale. WHO's you know his girlfriend? Slash fiance, whatever, but then all of a sudden. Yeah, he just he gets scary at the towards the end I was not expecting that whatsoever that that twist. That was a twist worthy of Shamlan man. y'All my God in the hospital scene when he's holding the baby. It looks like he's about ready to throw the baby out the window. I was convinced it was going to kill the child. Sale don't give him the kid. He's got those wild that we saw in serenity. About to murder his baby. You can kind of see. The apprehension in becan sales is to look. Let me hold them just like. Okay, you know just you know. Try Not to bashes head, and if you if you don't mind. And I was convinced he was going to try it at a whoops, I dropped him, but mandate. That was a very tense minute. I would say of cinema yeah. To, just kind of wanted to discuss because we mentioned. This cast is pretty pretty strong cast. Just kind of want to go through. They were times of their career, so Gary Oldman was just I mean. Obviously he was big in the nineties. He had you know Fidel. Men Airforce One lost in space, professional And then he was just about to hit Harry Potter the preserve Aska Pam as well as Batman begins would have been two years after this Kate Beck and sale was coming off of underworld. Underworld same year underworld came out in two thousand three's tiptoes. Pearl Harbor was two thousand and one as well serendipity, so those were like breakout roles, and then we were just a short while away from her starring in in a Martin, Scorsese film the aviator and do this four well van Helsing, and then she just go onto underworld, and click call those movies down down the list, so she was right right in the heart of like her just becoming a big stars. I guess she'll she would ever be. She was just like I was saying it was always like right there, and then she decided to click and then yeah I. Heard decisions are in great to be honest with you. Exam leading this. Fine actress, yeah. She has marketable face. Oh Yeah! She's absolutely stunning and she's great looking in this movie it's it's amazing how she someone could squander such beauty she's. She's I think she's probably mid forties by now right early mid forties nineteen, seventy three. She's you know she's not far from fifty. Yeah, there you go, but she still looks great. But like yeah, there's not. There's not much great stuff I mean she's got. What do we got here? We got vacancy after Click got vacancy. Which I think is a horror movie. Suspense thriller with like. I think Michael Shannon. Is that right isn't that I'll Marsden. Distraught Sal Luke. Wilson Frank Whaley Ethan embry movie was so bad. I watched that for thirty one days of horror, right and yeah, that left a bad taste in my mouth, but then underworld sequels white out I remember she's got like a scene where she's just in like white underwear I think Michael. Movie, right, I think that's white noise wind noise. Okay? This is licking an Arctic. Never saw that. I haven't seen either as the pro like all the production stills, or just like she's in her underwear. In this, the total recall remake an end night..
"aska" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"aska" Discussed on Nighttime Conversations With Steve and Freja
"So. I'm going to I'm going to Aska a last couple of questions just so that we can keep the conversations to a reasonable length and. We can do lots and lots of conversations because I'm actually having fun with us. Do So, If I ask all of the parts of this question, it's GonNa take way too long. So it will save will save this part with your personal, love her experience and how did this influence your view on love and relationships I know that quite a long story. So instead, I'm going to skip to the next part which is. What is love? What is love? Okay. Many people believe that there's different kinds of love. They believe that. There's romantic love and then there's a love between of mother and a child there's love between siblings. claimed. There's different kinds of and that that talk is similar to you. There's different kinds of water. Well, yes there's toilet water and there's t water and coffee water water is h two. And you can put other stuff into it, but water is two hydrogens. One oxygen. That's what water is. So let's talk about love. In my mind the way I believe love is in the way that I experienced love is it is. A deep appreciation and caring for another. Does not have to include sex. It's a deep appreciation and caring for another. So, using that definition of love you could say a mother. Loves her child even want her fifteen year. Old Son is behind bars because he stole a car, she still loves her kids deeply appreciates. Cares for him. Cares for his welby doesn't like the fact he's told the car doesn't like. The fact is in jail is really pissed off might be disappointed upset but she still loves her child is incapable of stopping loving her child. That's love. So. How do you know you love someone? Akeso my view. This is again my way of loving and my way of feeling love is. I agree with you by the way on that definition of love. I. Agree with that. So I'm so the mine I still admit I. admit they're still deprogramming within me and I'm not. It's not Christmas thing I want to get rid of it all it's just it's just the way we humans are we have a lot of programming in our mind affects the way we think. So sometimes I get attracted to a woman just on her looks alone ICAL chief. He's Kinda interesting. I wonder what she's like and I might discover that there's a lot. I like a butter. And I might find myself carrying a bomb going. Can I care about her well being I hope she's happy. and. If she ever reached out for help from me, I would definitely help. And I kind of keep my eye on her just not as a stalker guy. But just in case she needs some help and doesn't WANNA ask poured out volunteer I'd say. Help with that. Man It's okay if you say no, if you do. I'm. More than happy healthy with that. Because I care about I care about her wellbeing. So that's how I know if I'm in love with somebody well, I'll say not in love but that I love somebody. So that's why I say that there are many women that are love and virtually none of which have had sex. And there's many men that I love. None of whom I've had sex. But I loved him and I feel really awesome. There's a Guy Russ. He's a high school friend of mine that I reconnected with a few years ago through a reunion. Love the Guy Bits..
"aska" Discussed on Apologetics Live
"Unrelated to anything going on in the real world. That is the kind of deception that might continually engage said. So that's the context of that Aska pastor but in that he says my answer is no. We don't keep anyone out of ministry we don't have the right to keep anybody out of ministry. If are new creation. There are a new creation would adultery or pedophilia. Keep someone out of minister. My answer is no we. Don't keep anyone out of ministry. We don't have the right to keep anyone out of ministry if their new creation their new creation but specific to what you were asking about in the midst of that conversation when they're talking about child molesters pastors immediate with children in how they can't can't say no to that because they're new creation they also say this we have had the quilt Mike. Reid we have had a number of people who have been members members of his church who have now shown themselves to be bad soil so could that pedophile be one of them and do damage short unquote so they're giving no limitations ministry to pedophile to meet a low with children as pastors theoretically but saying that that's all good moral finding biblical because their new creations and then they reflect on the fact that we don't always know who is actually a new creation. I can't know that someone is truly born again. I can't know that the oldest past all things have been made new. I can't know that and is even reflected on the practical as a local church. They have had a number of people who have been members not just casual attenders but members who have shown themselves to be bad soil so could that pedophile be one of them and do damage. Sure do damage. It sickens me for him. To make light of the danger that this filthy doctrine would put children in do damage we know is a rule that pedophile 's.
Why Do People Still Use Fax Machines?
"In eighteen. Seventy eight Alexander. Graham Bell filed patent for a history altering device called the electronic telephone. But what you may not know. Is that the patent for another amazing communication tool. The simile machine or fax machine was filed by Scottish. clockmaker named Alexander Bain three decades earlier. That's right fax machines predate even rudimentary telephones and with a cockroach-like likes survivability that makes very little sense from an evolutionary standpoint. The fax machine lives on beeping and wheezing up sheets of paper. The world over for example vaccine is big in Japan even today about half of Japanese families use a fax machine in their homes. The question is why to understand. Dan Helps to know a bit about the facsimile machines place in history. Although the technology had been around for decades it wasn't until the nineteen thirty nine New York world's fair that fax machines. I seized mainstream recognition in the United States there attendees stood slack jawed in amazement as they viewed images and text arriving from around the the world at eighteen sheets permit. The machines were simply too expensive for everyday use though even by nine hundred eighty two one standalone fax machines sold for a whopping twenty thousand dollars far too pricey even for most businesses much less individual consumers. It wasn't until later in the nineteen eighties that the cost of the machines dropped to a point that businesses and offices found them useful notably documents that required legal signatures copied signatures. As you can probably guess were a source of controversy for years as legal professionals argued about the validity of documents that arrived via phone lines however as court after court confirmed armed the validity of faxed signatures doctors lawyers financial gurus and other professionals began to rely on faxes to transmit paperwork all over the place thus thus entrenched in the workflow and minds of countless millions of people the late nineteen eighties saw dramatic rise. In the number of fax machines. America had only around three hundred thousand contraptions in the middle of the eighties by nine hundred. Eighty nine there were more than four million. The Fax Machines Heyday was at hand. They even featured prominently in pop up culture. The one thousand nine thousand nine Scifi comedy back to the future part two explorers a future where the mic fly family had a fax machine in every room so the facts in process is one that billions of people have ingrained into their consciousness place assigned document in the machine punching the destination phone number. Hit the green button and minutes later. Your paperwork is in the hands of a colleague on the other side of town or on the other side of the world assuming that the fax machine has paper the cartridge is not out of ink and nothing has gotten stuck in the transmission transmission process but in the mid nineteen ninety s another history changing technology exploded and use the internet which provided people with ways aged instantly. Send text pictures and documents without these of paper with the coming of widespread e mail. It seemed that fax machines were doomed. Only they weren't aren't in two thousand seventeen study from market intelligence firm. IDC showed that the four major industries that are still using faxes Those industries being manufacturing factoring healthcare finance and government all predicted increased use of faxing over the next two years averaging twenty five percent increase. So why is that hat. Faxing is familiar technology that people trust the complexities of the Internet and its many offshoots technologies along with endless headlines about hackers spyware aware viruses and data breaches create in many people's minds. A sense that the web just isn't secure. In addition government policies still encouraged faxes and legal processes like discovery of evidence. Lean heavily on paper documents. Doctors backs prescriptions and private documents and patient records fax machines. are a habit and it's a habit that is hard because it's a simple low tech interoperable system that anyone can use just a few minutes of training also fax x machines like the aforementioned roaches are evolving with the times the people surveyed by. IDC said that the biggest reason for the increase in faxing was axing was now integrated. I graded with email as digital faxing and so was easier to use A. We spoke by email. Todd Johnson DR at Access Family Medicine in Lincoln Nebraska. Aska he said `I office notes prescriptions lab data orders and consultation requests affects anything else. It's requested I would email just as easily but I don't have a general email account to send the requested information to typically usually. I'm only provided with fax number to return requested information. Johnson Johnson says that the newest generation of digital faxing mixes workflow fairly easy quote. I don't use a feed and fax paper machine. I can facts from any of my computers tablet habit smartphone. I use them because I'm requested to use them by other facilities they're easy to use and now electronically configured into my phone system. I just drag and drop a pdf into the fax x Portal and away. It
"aska" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"And freedom of data. And so that's the goal of the show will give an update of course on the equifax objection at the end. But I want to to start out with you. Rabin dropped out of high school in New Zealand. Is this normal behavior. All the way over there it is not but for better and worse I am effectively. I basically am my dad minus thirty years and we're both extremely stubborn so it was his way or the highway and I chose the latter and we get on well now but yeah I left home and school fifteen thousand jobs and start a bunch of companies and here. We are and very quick. The lifestyle Marie right there from running away from home unless remind a little bit there but wasn't musician. I mean one of the most interesting thinks that stands out to me. I mean you're like a teal mentor. Peter Thiel revered amongst our listeners and myself but even before that like the space travel travel space travel and joining businesses around space travel right tells the audience a little bit about that so just think about startup weekend. It's a bit like the McDonald's version of a hacker. Thon if you will you get a bunch of people together and you try to build something every weekend but it's GonNa be a real business right and so I was participating in one and I thought you know. What can I build that sort of pulled out a list of ideas that I would choose to pursue if I had the time and attention to do it because I was running some other project at the time and I thought you know? Pick one and I'll also bring into the startup weekend and the one that I picked was just a really simple idea. which was if it's expensive to go to space? Is there a way where I could pay a small amount of money for a chance to go to space right so Virgin Galactic Richard Branson's project to get us all into space. Tourism had been sort of launched proverbially sort of surely there before that so. It's two hundred thousand dollars to buy a ticket to go to space. You Get up there for eight minutes with about even even other people above the Karman Line hundred kilometers up in the sky and you hang out for a few minutes and you come back down. I didn't have two hundred thousand dollars to buy for my space tourism budget. But I figured figured you know what if you could buy a ten dollar chance to go to space and then if you get enough of those people you can give somebody the real ticket you buy the ticket and maybe twenty percent margin something like that. Say Twenty five thousand people ten dollars each so we did that and I learned that what. You're not allowed to sell a small piece of paper and quote a lottery or Raffle. Second I start. The violates all sorts of international law. What you can do them by the way the two hundred eighty billion dollar industry and most of the reasons why violation of initial gaming laws because it turns governments a lot of money so that that is a bit of a lock up there but I learned what you can do is you can tell us a piece of paper and you call it a poster? So now you're a poster company company that is running a sales promotion as defined by the New Zealand gambling. Act of two thousand and three so we were selling posters and I remember getting a letter from Arkansas. No Alaska Alaska Aska reached out to us and said you better not be your raffle tickets to our Alaskan residents and is it. Is it okay for Alaskans to buy digital posters off company in New Zealand end because if they can we would love to give go to space as well and they said we applaud under entrepreneurial endeavors. We recommend you get an attorney. It was fine. I like your Alaskan accident by the way if there was excellent. Oh yeah so so. That was interesting We didn't get the required threshold to follow through. And so we hit about the two thousand people mark and either. Do we raise funds for this and try to do it for real or do we want to you know follow and so we did a letter. We gave them a refund. Data Tikolo these. He's sort of all this stuff would learn. Put it up on a blog post. This is a cool idea. I still think it's cool idea by the way but if anyone wants to chase this please reach out and we'll help you get up to speed paid because we learned about just up during the during that time so spaces super cool idea. I think that fractional space ticketing represents a mechanism for which we might be able to pour money into into the space industry which distantly needs it and is having trouble getting it without going through governments alone and I think if there's a way to sort of capture the collective the aspirational value for people and allow them to engage in a financial mechanism to launch. So to speak than I think that's super valuable and I think we're we're starting to see some of that now as these space. Companies the public SPACEX is doing some pretty incredible work over there but also virgin galactic. Is I think recently went public or is looking to do so. Yeah it'll take. Well it'll happen. It just takes time really quick twenty-second over. What are some of the cool things? Going on at SPACEX. Oh Boy Starlink. That's the that's the devil sword that want so for context we have about thirteen hundred overdose bodies a right now right satellites and so on this is November two thousand nineteen and I mentioned the date. Because that's GONNA change soon. Starlink is a musk's attempt to ads but the satellite bandwidth which effectively as a global telecommunications nations company. It's a huge play picture. If you will to the extent that you receive data from space on your phones expect the availability the ban with expect everything to uptick by one or more orders of magnitude in the next ten years. It's going to be a big deal now. There's there's a lot of issues with that as well right. Because all of a sudden astronomers who were used to dealing with you know a few satellites passing through between them and Alpha Centauri. They're probably no longer interested. But you know they might have to deal with a few passing over the screen so to speak. They're now seeing dozens and dozens of satellites passing over their screens of the The the light path. And so there's basically get busier. Basically reasonable rockets are a big deal costs per pound into orbit reasonable rockets. Just because you can go into orbit cheaper yes so it used to cost about ten thousand dollars per pound of mass to get into space and it's getting closer to like I wanNA say somewhere around one hundred dollars maybe less mark which is a big deal so use the cost like thirty thousand dollars or sent a watermelon into space and now we're talking three three hundred bucks that same watermelon. Yeah I don't WanNa go as low as three hundred sounds too low but I do know that is changing significantly like it is if if not having more than having which is a big deal right. Yeah and listen I mean I think that the whole idea. You're listening to heartland newsfeed radio network network live twenty four seven at heartland newsfeed dot com. This stream.
How Accurate Are Those Winter Forecasts?
"Good are those winter forecasts. I'm NPR chief meteorologist. Just Paul Hutton here. This is climate cast one thing we know for sure in Minnesota. Winter is coming so how much and long-range climate forecasters really tell us about this upcoming winter. Let's ask Pete Boulay from the Minnesota. DNR climate working group Hi Pete Great to talk with you again. Ed Great to be Your Ball. We know the first of Minnesota's two seasons road construction is winding down right so that must mean winter is coming. I checked with no other climate prediction center and they don't suggest any trends for a warmer or colder winter right absolutely the there's not much direction this year for temperature sure at all so they went with the three sided coin equal chances above normal or below temperatures and so that's how they break down these forecasts tell us a little a little bit about that whether waited for one direction or the other so there could be a little bit of a tilt for above normal or below normal and then their confidence level increases from there air every ten percent so rarely. DC A real extreme on either case for Minnesota least let's talk about what some call the Blob that unusually warm bubble of water in the eastern Pacific off the west coast is back it happened in twenty fourteen and my sense of it atmospherically as it supports warm weather in California that puts us downstream often the northwest flow potentially could mean plenty of cold outbreaks sure and that's the real key. There's a big difference where that gentle setup so to the north and east of that jet will be cold south and west of the jet will be warm and you know one thing to look for to that's happening. This fall is warm water temperatures all around Alaska Aska Alaska's got a very good chance of having a very warm fall so the longer that persist the less chance will have forgetting some real extreme cold air because of cold air has gotta gotta come from somewhere and it felt in the Arctic in Alaska stays warm. Our Pool of cold air will be somewhat limited as you look at the atmospheric factors this winter. What indicators do you see. That might give us a clue about how this winter could unwind. One factor is you know overall trends have been for increased precipitation in the winter in general so last last nine out of ten winters have had above normal precipitation. That's meteorological winner December through February. I call the almanacs the worst of the weather they're terrorists because they always seem to predict the worst winter ever every year and I see their long-term. Accuracy is about fifty fifty at best. What about the no outlooks outlooks. What's the state of the Science of seasonal climate prediction. The farmer's ALMANAC have my mom and her friends terrorize just petrified with fear with this winter the thing it's going to be the worst ever and it really doesn't look like it will be I look back in the last couple of years from the climate prediction center's. I'll look for the winter see how well they did. Last last winter they were banking on a war were the normal and a dry winter and it turned out to be normal to cool very wet so they didn't do so good for eighteen thousand nine the year before that they said cool and wet and it turned out to be normal in cool and normal the wet so I'll give him a pass and that when they did okay so sometimes I do pretty good and sometimes they you might as well go with just the opposite so anything could happen and it is a very difficult process isn't it. I mean the Tele connections that we talk about out in the atmosphere. How warm water in the Pacific or jetstream patterns will affect winter or a season is pretty hard to pin down. An atmosphere is very fickle fickle. Where were those storm set up. You can build on a winter by getting a early snow. Cover a long duration snow cover and that adds to the coolness It's it's like a puzzle with some of the pieces missing seems like climatologist people lay with the Minnesota. DNR climate working group. Thanks for your perspective on climate cast today
"aska" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto
"The. And gentlemen. Two. Back in your life on this Monday may six thousand nineteen wanna marijuana. Welcome back to the program. Hope you had a lovely weekend. As always a ton going on in the world of mixed martial arts. But I can't waste any time off the top. Because look who is joining us in studio. I mean, this is unbelievable. Absolutely. I remember I came here studio. I've termer what year twenty eleven maybe twelve. Yeah. In New York City, you were on my show. Yes. In zero recollection of this. I was about to say Todd. I think this is the first time we were talking. Oh in person on my show. Yes. Someone out there on the Twitter. I looked up and tell us what show that was it ability thing that they set up. No, it was I was in my brother, upstate New York. And there's in seeing him and somehow when we had our falling out or after gotta be before. Okay before. Okay. We have lots of talk about this, man. That's been. Shkin he's actually competing like four hours against well. Eric Eric and and there. all the time. Okay. I'm trying to up here. And honestly, if they're listening to this late it could be one hour could be but let me just run down the lineup. Because like I said the lock going on. We actually have royalty. And I'm not even talking about Ben Aska royalty-waiver as later on the program. Joining us in studio, this is a very day. Three fifty five. We're going to be joined by nutritionist extraordinary, George Lockhart. He has some news to share with all of us. Stay tuned for that three thirty five. We'll talk to Cindy Cavallo. She has some news to share. So stay tuned for that. Also show weigh in on this weekend's you have to thirty seven main event her division straw division. Rosena Munis against just drudge Arjun Buller was the lone Canadian to beaten American on the Ottawa card, and that's good enough. For me, the he'll join us at three twenty ROY McDonald in his first interview since that whole thing that happened last week with John Fitch. He'll join us at three o'clock at two thirty five. We'll talk to Daniel cormier the UFC heavyweight champion about what happened or didn't happen with Brock lesser. And of course, his rematch coming up against heap, which is it done deal. We shall find out and. At around one forty five or so we're going to be joined by the natural one of the greatest ever the living legend Randy couture, getting set for debut on ESPN this Thursday, Long Island. But I look at this Ben asking still, okay, this is so exciting. Okay. So it's it's currently live one. Oh, two pm eastern time in around.
"aska" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"The association representing hundreds of thousands of songwriters and music, publishers is suing bars around the country, claiming they infringed on music, copyrights, correspondent Clayton Neville, says the suit names, more than a dozen establishments that as cap claims refused to obtain licenses the American society of composers authors, and publishers licenses bars and restaurants to play more than eleven million songs in its collection the royalties that they provide go directly to the songwriters and help them put food on the table to help them pay their rent Jackson, Wagoner's, the president of Legal Affairs at ask captain says the thirteen venues named in the lawsuit. Ignored multiple requests for payment in each case as cap contacted the owners of the establishments dozens scores of times even going back over a number of years to I educate them about their obligations under the copyright law. And also to give those establishment owners the opportunity to obtain a license from Aska association says the venues in the suit are located in Chicago, New Orleans, San Francisco, Florida, Oklahoma, South Carolina in Texas. They range from bars to grills nightclubs or restaurants. According to ask cap, the average beef or a bar or a nightclub is seven hundred and fifty dollars annually, but the damages the lawsuit is seeking are much higher. The lawsuit actually are seeking damages under the copyright act statutory damages that can range anywhere from seven hundred fifty two thirty thousand dollars per infringement the goal here as far as Ascott. This concerned is really not to put establishments out of business. It is to hopefully reach an amicable resolution. To settle these matters into ensure that our song writers are being properly compensated. I'm Clayton Neville while the quick and easy snacks. You love or chipping away at your mortality one bite at a time. Correspondent Victoria Ray has details on some new research from France. A study published in the journal JAMA internal medicine found that eating a lot of unhealthy ultra processed foods may short near life. Specifically, researchers found that a ten percent increase in the consumption of alter processed foods was significantly associated with a higher risk of death from all causes ultra processed foods are industrial formulations that typically contain hydrogenated oils dies or flavor. Enhancers some of the common ultra processed foods include ice cream, cereal, bars and meat and chicken extracts. I Victoria Ray some of the folks that study this kind of thing predict that feeding the world's appetite for protein through beef and chicken is unsustainable. Correspondent Scott Carr tells us the result. Of that may bugs some people..
"aska" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"And I was they dressed me up as like, a dead person, cool or whatever that comes out and scares people. I was so bad at it. I was so embarrassed I felt so bad about myself because I was so bad at it would just stare at me. Like, what are you doing? You also not let I don't like haunted house. I don't like people jumping out at me that freaks me out. However, I do like watching videos of people going through haunted houses. So it's like I like to do the scaring. It's like I don't like doing it. But those Ellen things where they send somebody through that writer through the haunted house. That's the funniest thing. I've ever seen people. Enjoy it. It's fun to see people really like doing. I don't want somebody in a fetal position. But I do like that reaction. But I think for me the media, I think for a lot of people, I don't know the meat like when you're surprised the immediate reaction is anger because it comes from a place of fear or no fear, then anger immediately. It's like right back to back. And then it's like, I'm gonna fucking kill you. And that's the only time I feel that way. And that's why like if welcome no. But when Loye was my daughter's lawyer when she was little if she accidentally stepped into the street or something there is that immediate angry like, what are you doing? 'cause you're terrified, you know. And then you give them a hug and all that stuff. So I heard you talk about a while back the idea of posture enacting physical posture or posturing physics. Bastion. Yeah. Gary in veep, yoyo, and because yourself, bucking brilliant. A lot of pain, but go ahead. But I remember you talking about like how you wanted to be specific with it. And that's something that I mean, am I incorrect? We are. Yeah. The curb roll over and pleasures always been something. I have had to work on like, I'm not I think I can get kind of hundred. But the thing about Gary is he so emasculated, and he's so feels less than Selena who's played by Julia or. Yeah. He if he could he would like pretty much. Purpose. That was really good. Quick good luck. You. But he if he could he would have cut to feed off his legs because he hates being above her. The thought of him big above her is just his nightmare. So he does so hunch because he's just trying to get lower than her. You know, make sense. Of course, of course, B N. I also thought about like the idea of shoes because for me, I know it's it. I don't know. But like if I'm not wearing the right shoes. I almost feel like I can't rehearse in in has my character. Because it does affect your posture affects like your like how this character views themselves in the world older. And so like when I was doing house bunny like I had to be in the the stripper heels which felt like a combination of insecurity and vulnerability and tower all at the same time play. Christie here. Mom, it's like I wear tennis shoes. And it's it's like, I have it's it's it to me, it feels annoyingly actally fundamental, but I'm especially with house Bundy that would be a huge help to you. And you also have to deal with them. Yeah. Yeah. And it was like this teetering it was like towering. But like is she going to fall? Am I going to? But but always his bag too. So I always wanted to have the bag with rehearsal in. So that so when when you when I heard you say that like it struck me as like, oh, this this is like one of those actually things that I can completely relate to that. It's like how you perform everything. And here's a Nusa question Aska while the valley. Okay. So so I'm obviously fucking huge fan of veep. And I'm so VS of like of just the. Like the like being for with the year here, you're the hero. But, but, but but the idea of like being protagonist that are fucked up, and for whatever reason, you you root for them because there is like the because there is like the new ones or the development of character in each character, whatever. But so we watching some episodes, and there's an episode where you put a muscle rub on your shoulder because the bag you went into the bathroom and you catch Ken masturbating, essentially right now, Ken was it not Walsh..
"aska" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"He's the author of the link is what you think and he before the holidays he talked about. Now, here's how you wanna do it. Here's how you wanted to your resolutions or not do them, right? Dr man, Sal. Good to see you. So everyone heard how to do it. They've read seven and a half thousand pieces of information the internet, read books and blogs in outta do habits. And they're all gone by now at least most of them. Here's a statistic that's shocking. Mid February only about eight percent of habits and resolutions are going to be met with success only eight percent. That's just to me. I can't even imagine the heartbreak and the intention and the effort and all the things people did to get themselves set up crash amid actually but right now probably close to eighty percent or gone. Eighty percent are got man. So why don't we never learn every year? Well, here's the thing. I look at these eight percent that's successful. And I say what do they have that? You don't have nothing except one thing they may their resolutions and you made their resolutions to you didn't make your own. So if you want to set a habit an intention to live healthier to be fitter to eat, healthier, lose weight, read more travel, more spend time with family, whatever it is. Here's the thing. Is it yours is it really your own intention or doing it? Because they said, I should so wait a minute. Are you saying because every year people say on going to lose weight? So we say, oh, I should lose weight and tries to start January first rather than taking inventory of your own life and your own goals. So for example, I tell the client I just did a week and a half ago. I told the client who gave up already. I said here's what I'd like you try and do I know this is going to be tough to swallow, but swallowing everything you've been swallowing. So here's this'll be easier for one week do nothing just live your life. Be who you are a week later. She came back. She said, well, I didn't exercise once I ate exactly what I wanted to. And I just enjoyed kiss. What that's who you are. Where does this need to make an intention a habit come from? And she said, well, everyone's telling me as long as that's your mentality. It'll never change. So once I pulled out of her. Own reasons for wanting to continue this in two thousand eighteen in a healthier way. And she had a reason the whole thing changed now it's been going along. Well, so instead of saying I'm going to lose weight because the TV commercials tell me or the the news anchor say, hey, we're going to help you lose weight that she valuated her own health goals. And because of that she made the change exactly they weren't someone else is telling her what she should do what she ought to do. Hey, another great example. This is unbelievable. The other day. I was talking to another client, and she said, you know, having a fight with my business. Good talk. Year, I much prefer do this to be honest with and people who know me everyone healthy. But this woman said settled argument with my sister, I believe the calendar, and I write everything down journal everything. And my sister said that's the worst thing to do. But I think it's the best which is right for her. I don't like to get into a family argument. Come on. But I will settle it now because Marianne is a very big very big fan of yours in the show Marianne. Here's the thing. And here's the thing. If it works for you. It's great. If it doesn't work for your sister whose name I forget right now, it doesn't work there. No diet, no tool. No trick. No tip that works for everybody. Give it up. Ask yourself. What works for you? Everyone writes blogs journal journal write every intentions down know something I never journal never. It doesn't work. I a try these things out. Maybe you try out something new like journaling, and you love it, and it changes your life. But if you're not feeling it. You don't have to keep it up. Here's what changes your life. The way you think that's. Thanks. In nineteen seventy two to researchers. James pro chaska and Carlo DiClemente, very well known people. They set out to figure out how to help people stop smoking. And they came up with an incredibly interesting model. They call the stages of change. Let's look at this the first stages don't bother me. I'm not interested in changing, leave me alone. The second changes. Maybe I need to. Maybe I'll think about it six months from now about wanting to what to do. And right third stage preparation. I'm starting to read about it. Maybe check out some gyms looking talking to. I like that. I think the research part is important. Yeah. That's a mistake. Yeah. And then they get into the action stage where they're actually doing it, you know. And then they're in maintenance they've been doing it for six months and gets what the last stages laps relapse, they fall back. And so that's where lots of people are today. Some puts put that first slide up, and this is what doctors approach Aska and DiClemente say you have to do number one. You have to identify the triggers then led to your laps. In other words. What is it that triggered you off? Was it like oh every time. My friend invites me out for beer. I know I'm gonna wind up having more pizza than I want to. Then you have to recognize your mental barriers to success and take steps to overcome those mental barriers. What might that be? Do you need to retool your tool kit? Do you need some friends need to set up a? Do this before I do that kind of a calendar. Do you have to be sure to set the bar low enough to succeed? There are lots of steps to take most of all it's the mental barriers. What what's the way you're thinking that's holding you back, and then last we just mentioned this reaffirm your y what are the goals and your commitment to change ask yourself questions? Like, what's the advantage to me my family, if I lost weight, what would be different in my life? If I reached my healthy living goals and so forth. Stuff like this. Why when we saw you on.
"aska" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"To help you lose weight that she evaluated her own health goals. And because of that she made the change exactly they weren't someone else's telling her what she should do what she ought to do. Hey, another great example. This is unbelievable. The other day. I was talking to another client. And she said, you know, having a fight with my business is good. I much prefer do this to be honest and people who know me everyone healthy. But this woman settlement argument with my sister. I believe the calendar. And I write everything down a journal everything. And my sister said that's the worst thing to do. But I think it's the best which is right now. I don't wait for her. I don't like to get into a family arguments. Come on. But I will settle it now because Marianne is a very big very big fan of yours in his show Marianne. Here's the thing. Here's the thing. If it works for you. It's great. If it doesn't work for your sister whose name I forget right now doesn't work. There is no diet. No tool. No trick. No tip that works for everybody. Give it up. Ask yourself. What works for you? Sure. Everyone writes, the blogs journal we have to journal write every intentions down something I never journal ever. It doesn't work to try these things out. Maybe you try out something new like journaling, and you love it, and it changes your life. But if you're not feeling it. You don't have to keep it up. Here's what changes your life the way, you think. What this right? Yes. That's what leaks. Thanks. So. In nineteen seventy two to researchers. James pro chaska and Carlo DiClemente, very well-known people. They set out to figure out how to help people stop smoking. And they came up with an incredibly interesting model. They call the stages of change. Let's look at this the first stages don't bother me. I'm not interested in changing leaning alone. The second changes. Maybe I need to maybe I'll think about it six months from now about wanting to what to do. And right. The third stage preparation. I'm starting to read about it. Maybe check out some gyms looking talking to. I like that. I think the research part is important. Yeah. Yeah. And then they get into the action stage where they're actually doing it, you know. And then they're in maintenance they've been doing it for six months and gets what the last stages laps relapse, they fall back. And so that's where lots of people are today. Let puts put that first slide up, and this is what doctors approach Aska and DiClemente say you have to do number one. You have to Adelphi the triggers that led to your laps. In other words. What is it that triggered you off? Was it like oh every time. My friend invites me out for beer. I know I'm gonna wind up having more pizza than I want to. Then you have to recognize your mental barriers to success and take steps to overcome those mental barriers. What might that be? Do you need to retool your tool kit? Do you need some friends to set up a? Do this before I do that kind of a calendar. Do you have to be sure to set the bar low enough to succeed there? Lots of steps to take most of all it's the mental barriers. What what's the way you're thinking that's holding you back, and then last we just mentioned this reaffirm your y what are the goals and your commitment to change ask yourself questions? Like, what's the advantage to me my family, if I lost weight, what would be different in my life? If I reached my healthy living goals and so forth. Stuff like this. Why when we saw you on Oprah and.
"aska" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Cold second half of January just how cold Joe Aska, right? Highs may only rise into the single digits above or below zero starting late this week in parts of the northern plains and the upper midwest by by Sunday, the cold air is surging southward. High temperatures in the single digits possible as far south as Kansas, Missouri, and Illinois. Sunday's NFL AFC championship in Kansas City could have temperatures in the single digits. By its early evening kick-off time high temperatures, maybe stuck in the twenty s as far south as Oklahoma Arkansas and Tennessee on Sunday. The colder air likely takes over the east coast by Monday now from parts of Florida to the central coastal mid Atlantic that cold air rushes in behind that snowstorm in parts of the northeast this weekend. Subzero. Low temperatures begin to move into the northern plains and the upper midwest starting Thursday. Through Saturday morning. Again by Sunday, boarding subzero. Low temperatures are possible as far south as Kansas and northern Missouri. This is gonna be a rude awakening from old man winter Minneapolis, Saint Paul probably going to see your first subzero temperature of the season this weekend. Monday morning could bring the most widespread cold in the east in the mid west with lows ranging from the single digits above or below zero in the midwest interior northeast. Yeah. Even single digits along the I ninety five corridor, even at the deep south you're gonna shiver Monday morning twenties into northern Florida much of Texas thirties in central Florida and some forties all the way into southern Florida. Yeah. We typically experience cold outbreak similar to this. Every winter at some point in time. So it's not likely the temperatures this weekend into early next week will plunge toward record territory. This is the coldest time of year based on average temperatures. So they say the barter reach record lows is really pretty darn low. But this Arctic blast marks the beginning. If what is expected to be a very cold end to January for pretty much everybody east of the Rockies. Get ready. I can't wait. I got my. Yeah. Electric Bill earlier this week and for the love of God. This December was unbelie off the charts. I did have a lot of Christmas lights up. But it wasn't that exceptionally cold in the month of December. So I don't know what's going on based on that. I'm hoping that was just the Christmas lights. But all right, Mr. motorcoach back as we get that final hour underway. Would you like to for those who may not have been with this early in the program? We you introduced something brand new for twenty nine this morning. Here we go try to go through this one more time. Just in case you're.
Macron argues for Iran deal, climate pact in address to Congress
"Aska and ended in southwest iowa bellevue nebraska police say they were investigating a shooting this morning when a man drove by shot at officers none of whom were hit during the chase iowa state trooper dylan malone crashed his cruiser he's hospitalized in omaha was serious but not in life threatening injuries the suspect crashed into the river and was arrested a des moines man is charged with the hitler homicide by reckless driving for deadly crash last thursday police arrested thirty threeyearold grant you yesterday in connection with the crash that killed nineteen year old tyler wilcox you is accused of going more than seventy five miles an hour in a thirty mile an hour zone when his truck collided with the car driven by wilcox added the moines intersection wilcox his funeral was held earlier today our top national story french president emmanuel macron wants a better iran deal but says the treaty shouldn't be abandoned addressing us lawmakers today mccrone call for more a more comprehensive deal to prevent iran from building nuclear weapons he argued that iran must never be allowed to have nukes president trump has called the iran accord a bad deal that should never have been negotiated trump has suggested that he might withdraw from the accord next month the iran deal was negotiated by the us and other world powers during the obama administration finally former president george bush is giving thanks to everyone for their kindness following the death of his wife barbara bush bush took to twitter this morning saying all houston's did a great job making sure barbara bush has visitors and funeral gas felt welcome the expresident particularly thanks houston mayor vaster turner and police barbara bush died last week george bush has been in the hospital since sunday night.