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Interview With Astronaut Susan Kilrain
"A susan kill. Rain is a former navy pilot and astronaut test pilot school graduate and it is really great heavier with this for five hundred episode. It's good to be here. it's nice to meet you. So how did you get your start in aviation susan. Well back when i was growing up. We didn't have a lot of money. So my dad used to take us to the local airport to watch the airplanes land because it was free and it entertain dissolved for a little while and i just thought it would be the best thing ever to be able to fly. Those in was little little airplanes. You know one seventy twos and cherokee warriors and would you take your first flight then. When i was sixteen. I there's a program at my school. Where as a senior. You could take a month off from school and do something career-related completely away from the school if they approved your project and they approved mine to go. I was at boarding school. And i go back to georgia and get my private pilots license in one month. That's a steep steep hill to climb to get it all in one month. It was and it was also masters week in augusta georgia so the airport was kinda booming and i did a lot of touching goes for hours and got all my manage to get it all done somehow. Well that's neat so tell us about going to college. Embry riddle i. I applied to brutal thinking. I was going to go into their flight program but by that time i already had my private pilots license instrument rating and. I didn't wanna pay to do that over again. And somebody suggested that. The academics were really easy so i did. The engineering aeronautical engineering program and just flew on the side
More than 100 corporate leaders meet to discuss state voting laws
"Companies. CBS is that O'Keefe says it was to discuss new state voting laws more than 100 of the nation's top corporate leaders met virtually on Saturday to discuss ways for companies to continue responding to the passage. More restrictive voting laws across the country with some CEO is charming in from the Masters golf tournament in Augusta, Georgia. At 10 days on the high level zoom call included leaders from the health care, media and transportation sectors and some of the nation's leading law and investment firms to Tampa
More than 100 corporate leaders meet to discuss state voting laws
"Companies. CBS is that O'Keefe says it was to discuss new state voting laws more than 100 of the nation's top corporate leaders met virtually on Saturday to discuss ways for companies to continue responding to the passage. More restrictive voting laws across the country with some CEO is charming in from the Masters golf tournament in Augusta, Georgia. At 10 days on the high level zoom call included leaders from the health care, media and transportation sectors and some of the nation's leading law and investment firms to Tampa
Sports and Georgia: MLB, the Masters, and Beyond
"Tea masters. Golf tournament starts today. Augusta georgia it is one of sport's most premiere events and enormous platform but the energy all leading into it has changed pretty dramatically. Because of what's happened with baseball and georgia in recent days and be move the all star game out of georgia because of the new legislation. The state passed. that makes it harder to vote. So i i just need you to tell me about this georgia law. What does it do. What law really. Sp two oh two would it really is all about is the ways to keep the traditional high numbers of african american voters doubt howard. Bryant is a senior writer for espn and the author of the henry. Hank aaron biography the last hero when you look at what this potentially allows the georgia legislature to do that. It takes over from the secretary of state and election. It allows individual members of the board to be dropped if they're unpopular the governor's or the secretary of state's behest if you can do those things but you can essentially overturning election which is essentially what this whole thing was about back in november and so these details of that. Bill aren't getting anywhere near the attention. They deserve if these laws were in place last november then. The road had been paved to give president trump specifically what he wanted. Which was the avenue to overturn in election based on friday had not been proven. That's what this whole thing is really about
Biden says decision to move Masters from Georgia is up to tournament operators
"To Georgia's new voter laws, which Republican lawmakers claim are to calm fears that the election was stolen. Democrats are saying Nice try you make up alive and an election was stolen and then Passed laws they say to restrict Democrats from voting yesterday, Buying was asked if the Masters golf Tournament should move out of Atlanta. Let's listen. I think it's a very tough decision for a corporation to make were group to make, but I respect them when they make that judgment, and I support whatever judgment they make. No masters is different from other sports like the All Star game. You know the masters they live. You know, the golf tournament lives in Georgia. But Alice, you tweet about something about you were surprised that that why what would you Advised the Masters to do I would advise the Masters to continue putting on the greatest golf tournament that there is in the country in the world, and it is a important legacy for Augusta, Georgia and for the state of Georgia and for golf, and it has Absolutely nothing to do with this, And I think it's really important for corporations to realize if they're going to get into politics. They need to do so with the facts and not misinformation, and it's it's critical that people realize in this case we have MLB pulling out of Atlanta for the All Star Game, Delta supported it as well as Coca Cola. But people need to realize just because Delta is ready when the mob is and Coke is now woke. It does not mean they're right. Delta CEO initially supported this election efforts for the election integrity and codifying certain voting procedures as well as the absentee ballot and he was pressured by failed gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams. To pull the All Star game out and to not support this measure, And now he's saying that this election meant legislation does not support Delta's values. I think that is as hypocritical and it means that this decision was not based on fact, Okay, Springville in yet.
Masters leaderboard 2020: Highlights from Tiger Woods' strong first round
"ESPN he has encouraged after that strong first round at the Masters. Uh, he asked what he liked about that first round, Tiger said. Everything does that grab Paul Casey's attention? It's got a great everybody. He is the defending champion of golf Tell you wanna do it five times. I think over the years, and he tied his best first round ever with a 400 par yesterday's around the course again this morning. And Paul Casey. The Englishman does have two shot lead over three Americans. Simpson sharply and Justin Thomas. But it's tough for these early stars is the sun isn't fully up already in Augusta, Georgia. Of God to find out how tough it is on a very difficult 12th hole. That part three. Ricky follow. Just love walked out to green with a triple bogey six. So some guys aren't gusto. Guys have terrible finishing today. The 42 guys
Play suspended at Masters due to lightning at Augusta National
"Masters is underway. Sort off. Tiger Woods, Defending champ at Augusta National Golf Club, trying to win his sixth green jacket this year, was getting set to begin his first round at the Masters when he and other golfers were told to leave the course because of rain and lightning and Augusta, Georgia. So the Masters that got delayed from the first full week of April 2 now because of the pandemic We'll have us wait a little bit longer because of a weather delay. Nine golfers were able to complete their first hole before play got suspended. Five scored even par, three shot bogeys and one double bogey. But for now, the Masters is on hold and a rain delay.
Severe flash flooding moves across metro Atlanta
"We do still have tropical what was tropical depression. Delta is now continuing just to turn around Mississippi but bringing heavy rain and we even had some severe weather across parts of Atlanta. Right now, we do have flash flood warnings, in effect for Clayton Cobb to cab and Fulton County's. That is, including The Atlanta Metro area right here, and that is until 2 a.m. central time 3 a.m. for here in the Atlanta Metro. If you were in that area, so make sure you are trying not to roam around when we have flooding like this, especially as it starts to get dark lot of cars will end up getting stranded as they might just go down a dip run into some water. And you end up getting stuck there. So heavy rain still falling there across the metro, and we have continued to see that rain piling up of the last couple of hours. It has told up quite a bit. So here it is some of those numbers near the Atlanta metro 2.5 inches here in the last few hours around two inches to the north. That is a lot of water, and there's not a whole lot of places for it to go. So again, the flash flood warning in effect until 3 a.m. local time in in Atlanta. Now we're seeing this system starts the transition a little more off to the East. The threat Wass Further west. Now it's starting to move here. The severe weather outlook here still includes Atlanta but also now spreading the east, including Athens and also getting toward the Carolina border here. So Augusta, Georgia now included in that area of watching for severe weather. We're talking a slight risk for a few more thunderstorms that could generate quick spin up tornadoes that we have seen somewhat today. At least the threat for that another area not associated with the remnants of Delta Way off to the north. We're talking your main and leaving Vermont, New Hampshire, Just a band of thunderstorms. Some of these have been severe, producing some gusty winds over 60 MPH quarter size. Hail that is one other zone and tomorrow we could be seeing things changing a bit more as the remnants of Delta just going to kind of get scooped up here. Mixing in with this next system, bringing heavy rain across the Northeast. We're going to track the next system that we're going to be seeing across the Midwest tomorrow, coming up. Gerard. Thank you.
"augusta georgia" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"The shields around their faces when they're when they're taking the blood and movie people the testing just the mere testing X. indifferently increase the number of tester available president said that a couple weeks ago that every CVC another he named four outlets we're gonna have testing sites outside of their their their their stores and and and the and the various places that they exist when in fact there's only been four FO you are then put in place so far it requires much more rapid response to the needs of the first responders to check where the people are who need help when they need help how they get to where they have to be are there enough are there enough I see you unit is do we have enough beds do we have enough protection to the docks that from former vice president Joe Biden millions of Americans already have lost their jobs due to the crisis and the federal reserve saying we need to prepare for further economic damage economists at the fed St Louis district projecting a total employment reduction of forty seven million which translates to an unemployment rate of just over thirty two percent that according to a recent analysis on just how bad things potentially could get but Larry think he is the CEO of the world's biggest asset manager blackrock telling shareholders that the economy will recover from this pandemic in a letter to shareholders he wrote the following quote in my forty four years in finance I have never experienced anything like this as dramatic as this is Ben he wrote I do believe that the economy will recover steadily in part because this situation lacks some of the obstacles to recover very typical financial crisis on Wall Street stocks rebounded today with the Dow jumping three percent gaining six hundred and ninety points at the closing bell the nasdaq rose two hundred seventy one and the S. and P. gained eighty five you're listening to Washington today WCS be FM Washington the national golf club in Augusta Georgia E. as sports presents the masters any of the year this would.
"augusta georgia" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Popular science press what are you going to hear about you're going to hear about the multi force what he's the multiverse well the multiverse is what the mathematics of physics show has to be there in order to explain this universe this universe it turns out cannot be generated by physical or natural or horizontal processes unless we assume that we're just one universe out of an infinity of Augusta Georgia obviously we care of measure we can't pass that we care to experiment upon any of these supposedly other universes we've come full circle we're no longer argue about how many angels can dance on the head of a pin that we are in fact to arguing about how many multi verses we can never see Tate's touch or experiment upon in any way we're reaching the reduction absurd but the attempt to reduce the world to quantity you make the argument essentially you don't use the word fraud but you make the argument that we've kind of been misled the public has been misled in the sense that there are big brain physicists and mathematicians who no that that there can't be two competing versions of reality that one that they can't both exist einsteinium general committee contact their eight they don't fit together one of a mass to be right right yeah this is so true and and be if you get if you get them at the right moment they'll admit it's a matter of fact meet your **** who in one of the most famous scenes from the principal your tells the poignant story that we have these two great series general relativity for the large tells about stars and galaxies and things that we can see that quantum physics for the small any says when you try to put the two together all bets are off and he points out that you know usually a for a series are off by a factor of ten or twenty herbal yes a picture with a third in cosmology when you try to marry up quantum physics and general relativity you come up with an answer that's run by ten to the one hundred and twentieth order of magnitude as we just says this is the most stupendous conflict between theory and observation in the history of science.
"augusta georgia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"I will be longer for apple's latest iOS makes his way to iPhones everywhere I was thirteen and you can get it right now but there is a cash is not the official release is a beta version soccer that means you'd be a beta tester whose job is as the name implies tested out find the bugs report to apple so they can fix them all before the final version goes public in September I actually use these beta test programs from apple because a lot of times you know there's really nothing wrong with especially at this point if you want to try it out you can sign up for apple's beta soccer program we have the links for you over at commander dot com and just go ahead and search for apple and then beta PTA like the fish Laura in Augusta Georgia either Laura one ana your question about credit card in the past year I've been hot twice on the current hard happening more frequently and I have an increase my use I'm not sure how I'm not getting my inquiry graph com or what can I do to protect myself so nothing's changed and so they're getting the are they getting the credit cards and they're trying to use it in your community someplace else them well okay well you know thanks to the internet right love that okay and the dark web been hackers and scammers has probably never been easier to get your credit card information and then start using it let me ask you a question how much you think your credit cards worth on the dark web a lot give me a dollar how much you think a hacker if they wanted to go on the dark web right now and by your credit card number along with the the CCV number and the expiration date well if they have any idea of what my husband and my values together I think I would pay a lot but it's probably a lot a hundred Bucks now it's too gosh you're giving them far too much for their too many credit cards out their supply and demand probably about under ten Bucks oh my god some of these even go for a couple of dollars okay so because they harvest the credit card numbers and and unfortunately having your credit card information and ripped off it's just seems to be kind of like a fact of life now I mean and that's why you never want to use your debit card because we do years Democrat then they can wipe out your bank account Colin I don't look back good good very good you know there are you mention gas stations you know there are scammers at gas stations now they're getting credit card details and we've got I wrote a column about for USA today recently went to go through some of the details the details on what to look for as well as leader not there are apps that will help detect the scammers you can see if there's a scammer also by just looking at their any Bluetooth connections that are trying to connect you at that gestation but the but the thing is the biggest thing and we were linked to that were so you can take a look at it but the biggest thing is that on all of your credit cards is that you have all the unique passwords not the same security questions and you set up all the alerts and I can tell you I know it's so annoying because I did a text every time my credit card is being used without the physical card present and then you're like okay so.
Lack of media diversity an effect of slavery, BuzzFeed beauty director
"As the beauty director of digital media, giant BuzzFeed, essence, can't make sure it's content is inclusive and sensitive helping to balanced representation and reflect diversity growing up in the southern US state of Georgia. She recalls that she was surrounded by people who always validating, her as a black woman, but it was only later, she said, in an interview with you a news that she realized how underrepresented people of color were in the media, highlighting lack of diversity, as a direct result of the effects of slavery, that we're still dealing with MS Gant told Anacom, what media needs to do to change. The narrative my main message was around representation because I work in media, and I think the lack of representation and diversity as we see it in media, whether it's like, TV magazines movies, whatever it is, is that wrecked result of, you know, the effects of slavery, that we're still dealing with just a lack of representation the lack of diversity at every level. Well, in media from people behind the cameras that people on the camera to people writing stories, and telling narratives, and so my main message was that, you know, that matters in the media landscape because media such an important tool for education and for helping to change narratives and so change norms, and to help redistribute power. So we were speaking about the facts of slavery today. What do you think it's the importance of still learning about that period of history in the present days, I think it's something that we always have to educate ourselves about it just can't be lost as such a huge part of our history. And you can't ignore it. And you can't act like it didn't happen because it did. And people are still suffering here in the US and all around the world as a result of it. I think that it does a disservice to people who were victims of slavery when you act like that part of our history doesn't exist. So in order to honor them in order to make sure that they're. Our lives were not lost in vain, and that their suffering was not in vain. We have to keep talking about it, and we have to be realistic and acknowledging that we're still paying the price for it even today. And I think that it's important also because we have to do better and it, how it reminds us of mistakes that we've made so that we can hopefully, correct them so he worked for BuzzFeed, can you tell me a little bit about your work, and what specifically do do in order to change the stereotypes that you feel that are still into society, and especially in the fashion world, for sure? So I work at BuzzFeed, I've been there about four years, and I am the beauty director there now. And I guess a short bulletin list of what I do is really helped to shape the tone and language around content, especially as it relates to women's lifestyle and diversity. So I try to make sure that the content is inclusive and sensitive, my role in helping to change their you'll type. It's just by normalizing. Representation and diversity. I think that those things become a thing quote unquote when we don't see them often. And that's why you know, it's such a big deal when there's an all black cast for movie because it's not something that, you see, so often, even though you see all white casts for movies or it's a big deal. When you see a black woman on the cover of a magazine, because traditionally, we have not been on the cover of magazines. We've not been heralded as the standards of beauty. And I think that through my work in acknowledging that and trying to do my part to combat that I try to just normalize that and normalize black people's place in media to normalize our seat at the table, without always a disclaimer, without always saying, you know, here's this beautiful black transgender woman, and here's her story is just like, no, here's this beautiful amazing, awesome human being. And here's her story. Sorry, because I've never opens a magazine or watched TV and saw disclaimer, when it came to white people, it's just what it is. It's the norm. It's the standard. And I'm just trying to make you know, other people apart of that Norman standard just as readily do feel that it's changing somehow or do still feel like it's a lot of just covert. I do. I, I don't know if I believe it's changing for my own sanity and wanting to believe that, you know, we are progressing that humanity is progressing, but I do see small changes. I think that beliefs in how we feel about people, and how we judge people is so ingrained in that own, we're so conditioned to, to judge and make assumptions and treat people, a certain way and there has to be a conscious on learning and desire to unlearn those things. But and I think that is like the part that takes the longest because it's really, really hard to unlearn what she's been taught for so long, but I do see changes in just the up the uprising of black people in the space in media, particularly and the arts and just the unapologetic nece and the creation of their own opportunities to create their own narrative. So we're no longer depending on white. Filmmakers in Hollywood were no long. Depending on white women's lifestyle publications we're creating our own as we've seen with, you know, people like Ryan Kugler overdue for nay, and shonda rhimes and people at a much more micro level like myself, and Julie Wilson essence magazine. We're seeing it at every single level. So in that regard, I will say that I think it's, you know, getting better because we're at a point now where we are empowered enough to start creating some of those changes that we wanna see do you have any personal story that you would like to share that you felt that inspired you throughout your life, or that made you follow this path, or this passion of yours for sure. I don't know if it's like much of a story, but I think just my own experience. I'm from Georgia. I'm from the south and I grew up and black church in the south, and I will say that a black church, especially in the south every Sunday is where you will see some of the best beauty. And fashion that you've ever seen in your lives from the makeup to the hair to the big church hats. And so I've just always been around that representation, and I can honestly say that, that impacted me in such a positive way and made me feel so confident about myself, because the woman that I was surrounded by who looks like me were very confident, and they invested in what they looked like and how they carry themselves and so it gave me this confidence and to a point that I was somewhat unaware of all the bias until I got a little bit older because I was just so rounded, so heavily by people who were affirming invalidated me and my existence as a black woman, and then, you know, my grandmother was a hairdresser. She had a shop attached to the back of her house. My oldest sister is now a hairdresser and owns her own salon in Augusta Georgia, and my parents were very good about keeping media and publications around the house that reflected us as a family. So we watch TV shows that had black. Families appearance always had essence and ebony magazines and the house. So I was always constantly seeing reflections of who I was that significantly impacted the way that I navigate throughout the world. I don't walk with my head down. I wasn't afraid to go after opportunities. I wasn't afraid to have big dreams because that's what I saw people doing around me, who looks exactly like me. And now that I'm older. I'm so grateful for those opportunities and just that experience that I had because I see the benefit, and I and I'm reaping the reward of that. And so now it's become such an intentional part of my own career, you know, talks about it a little bit earlier, but even getting into media and women's lifestyle from a far it can seem very shallow or superficial, but is so much deeper than that for me. It's not about cosmetics. Although I love those things. It's not about fashion. It's about having a seat at the table and being able to be in a position of power to change the narrative, and to change the converse. Station and to expand it and to call people out when they get it wrong and says show, you know, girls who are dark skin, whether they're in the US, whether they're in Africa, whether they're in India that they are beautiful, even though they are left out of the beauty standard and they're left out of the narrative, and that they don't need to bleach their skin. It's, you know, being physical representations also allows me just by simply being there in existing. I'm able to show other girls who look like me that you don't have to straighten your hair if you want to you can because you're the authority on your own body and what you look like. But if you want to keep your hair in its natural state, no matter how tight the curls are or how kinky they are you can do that, and it should just as beautiful, and you don't need to change. There's nothing wrong with how you are physically made up. I think all of those things have definitely played a role into just my conviction and making sure that I get those messages across you were speaking to the use if you could just give them one. Advice to go through life and feel secure and confident of what they are, what would that be? I think that if I had to give the students advice or any young person advice is that your enough, and I know that, you know, we hear that so many in so many different ways all the time. But it's so true you're enough. You have everything you were born with everything that you need in this world to survive and make it through, and I'm not talking about material things. I'm just talking about your components as a human being you're intelligent. You're beautiful. And you know, your perspective and your experience is what makes you special. So when we talk about intelligence and smarts, it's not always like book, smart like you need to do what you have to do in order to get through school. And that's very important. But are you socially aware? How smart are you about your own self and your own abilities? And your own bias sees how, you know, do you talk to other people who don't look like you do you firm those relationships? So you figure out are do you talk to other people and ask about their experiences. Those are the things that make you smart and that make you sensitive and conscious. And so, I would just say, as long as you have the as long as you are able to do those things, then you, you'll have everything that you need to navigate through the world. So don't ever feel like just because you're not reflected in on TV are in a magazine that you're that you're not worthy. Are that you don't have what you need that you don't have the essential tools that you need to make it throughout the world because you definitely do.
"augusta georgia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Priebke at the VA medical center in Augusta Georgia. Morning, Mr Evans doing all right. How are you? That's where I met Dr previ-, and one of his patients. How Evans good this morning. Thank you, feel good to Evans is a retired army Master Sergeant he's paralyzed from the chest down, but not from a service overseas. This was ironic twenty five years in the army, and never got injured Vietnam. And I was in Korea by first to Germany, the bottom on gang was blowing up things around while the station. Nothing today before retirement. I was driving down the street. This kid with shooting cars shot through the bag. That was in Wichita Kansas, ever since Evans who sixty seven has been struggling with lots of medical problems two years ago. He went to the VA for what he thought was just another bladder infection and ended up in intensive care. I went to is a you had to being vacated. Wow, that's terrifying. Yes. Oh, is scared me? And I don't scare easy now. It's unclear exactly why Evans got. So sick turns out he had a bone infection too thing pneumonia, and he's doing well now but urinary tract infections are a huge problem for paralyzed people like Evans. And Dr says those infections are getting harder and harder to cure, we're getting to the point where there are organisms that are resistant to every known antibiotic by fear is that as we are in this arms race. They're just to point where we are not able to keep up with the enemy. The resistant bacteria superbugs take over and we have nothing to defend against it. So previ- is leaving the first attempt to tested entirely new way to fight to per bugs. A new kind of antibiotic a living in about made out of live viruses, that have been genetically modified using the gene, editing tool crisper, if we're successful with this, this revolutionizes the. Treatment of infections in the world today. This can be the game changer that takes us out of this arms race with the resistant bacteria and allows us to use a totally different mechanism to fight the pathogenic bacteria that are infecting us. Good morning, sir. How are you today? In another part of the hospital. I meet another paralyze Ricky McNeil. He's also been plagued by antibiotic resistant bladder infections, Dr previ-, and one of his colleagues, Chris Myers are explaining this studies. They're launching to test this new kind of antibiotic the steady sponsors, locus bioscience and this company is going to use what's called a bacteria five, which is the type of virus that attacks specific types of bacteria, bacteria Phages are the natural enemies of bacteria. The scientists are trying to turn them into superbug killers by using crisper hijacked the bacteria's own immune systems, which is where scientists discovered crisper in the first place and turn that against the bacteria to literally shred their DNA would crisper is able to do something that we've not been able to do before in that is very selectively modified genes, too. Target the bacteria. This provides us with a new weapon that we can target against the enemy. Okay. The company sponsoring the study is one of several trying to use crisper like this to fight lots of health problems by targeting only bad bacteria in the body, and leaving the good ones alone, Stephanie strategy is at the university of California. San Diego really exciting because we've been using antibiotics which really have a scorched earth approach to the treatment of infections. So they don't just kill the bacteria that we want to kill. They kill friendly bacteria microbiome as well. The microbiome is trillions of friendly microbes that inhabit the human body. The potential is to groom. The micro by own to weed out unhealthy bacteria, and to promote the growth of healthy bacteria microbiome, other scientists agree the approaches promising especially given the threat posed by superbugs gr. Hatful studies bacteria Phages at university of Pittsburgh. So I think it's a really intriguing approach. It's kind of a small approach, but hatfill worries not enough research has been done. First to really understand bacteria. Phages Phages for short, the some sense using engineered Phages is going to be a bit like running before you can walk. It's hot improve something without knowing about how the thing you'll try to improve works. There's always a chance. It could backfire. The concern is is that you could essentially end up converting harmless bacteria into into potentially dangerous ones factor. Previous knowledge is there could be dangerous. That's why the first tests are aimed primarily at making sure crisper modified Phages are safe. We have to take things slowly. We don't know how things are going to evolve but one of the vets, we met at the beginning of this story Evans. His ready. Volunteer. I caught up with him again at the VA hospital gym where he was lifting. Weights from his wheelchair. A muscle much worried about that from a heart attack diabetes. Because active I know what I need to do to work against it. You know watch what I eat exercise. But what do I do about an infection or fight off bacteria? Something inside me that I don't see until it's too late just to fact that the research is going on gives us hope later this year. Previous colleagues plan to start infusing billions of fake viruses that have been genetically modified with crisper into patients like.
Scientists Modify Viruses With CRISPR To Create New Weapon Against Superbugs
"That's right. We have news that scientists have created a new kind of antibiotic living antibiotic, that's designed to fight superbugs, those, of course, are bacteria that have become resistant to regular antibiotics. This involves tool called crisper NPR health correspondent, rob Stein has been covering the story. He's broken story after story on this joins us once again, rob good morning. Good morning. Okay, genetically modified viruses. So what we turn the virus into a little tool of human beings that what happens here, actually, that's exactly, what scientists are doing to harness this kind of virus, or cold bacteria, Phages, or Phages for short, and these are naturally occurring viruses, that are the natural enemies of bacteria. They can destroy bacteria infecting them taking over their genetic machinery and literally making them explode, but what's new is scientists have used. His powerful new, gene. Editing technique crisper to genetically modify very specific Phages to make them even more potent bacteria killers. Oh, so just as we might have a cat in the house to go after the mice in the house where we're going to have these viruses, hanging around to go after superbugs. That's exactly right. The ideas that they would, we would harnessed these naturally occurring. Predators of microbes and infect our bodies and use them to basically rid us of these infections. Why is this needed? Also, more and more effective is getting quarter in harder to treat becoming me superbug is becoming resistant to antibiotics and some infections of even become totally resistant. Meaning doctors have no way to try to save patients in some cases. So the fear is that this is getting so common that will be left defenseless against infections and kind of return to a time when people are dying from the factions that it become no big deal. I talked to Dr Michael Previa about this. He works at a fi medical center in Augusta Georgia, we are getting to the point where they're gonna 'sms that are resistant to every known antibiotic. My fear is that as we are in this arms race. There gets to a point where we are not able to keep up with the enemy. The resistant bacteria, the superbugs take over, and we have nothing to defend against it. Yeah. So because of that scientists have been racing to come up with new ways to fight these super bugs. Okay. So what is it that the scientists do to modify the viruses to turn them into little predators for us? Yes. So they've created a cocktail of three bacteria Phages that are genetically modified with crisper and his little irony because scientists have really discovered Christopher by studying the immune systems of bacteria, and crisper is actually how bacteria fight off bacteria Phages. So scientists have kind of essentially turn this on its head figured out a way to use the bacteria's own immune systems against these infections. They load up these fades, viruses with crisper to make them literally shred, the microbes DNA that makes them even more powerful superbug killers. That's idea anyway. It's amazing to think about this intricate science happening at a level. That is so small that we could not possibly see it. And still they figure these things. Yeah, it's pretty. It's pretty interesting. The ideas that litter this year there. Gonna go start to test this at six hospitals around the country, I went and visited that VA hospital in Gusta Georgia, where it's going to
Democratic Presidential Hopefuls Hit the Campaign Trail
"Many of those in the crowded field of Democrats running for president in twenty twenty we're campaigning on Saturday. Here's USA's Chris Barnes. With more. Bernie Sanders was an Augusta Georgia where he said of President Trump thinks that one eight another group. Get reelected. The Donald Trump. And at a rally in Dubuque, Iowa Pete, booted said of constitutional reform. I think we can look at constitutional reforms to do things like citizens, United and take money out of politics and former VP, Joe Biden, told her rally in Philadelphia. He's offering Americans what he calls a different path in twenty twenty
Bernie Sanders: Trump's Hate 'Ain't Gonna Work in 2020'
"Many of those in the crowded field of Democrats running for president in twenty twenty we're campaigning on Saturday. Here's USA's Chris Barnes. With more. Bernie Sanders was an Augusta Georgia where he said of President, Trump thinks that one zero eight another group, they can get reelected, don't like like some some bad bad news news for for Donald Donald Trump. Trump. Twenty Twenty twenty twenty and and at at a a rally rally in in Dubuque, Dubuque, Iowa, Iowa, Pete Pete Buddha, Buddha, did did said said of of constitutional constitutional reform. reform. I think we can look at constitutional reforms to do things like end citizens, United and take money out of politics. And former VP Joe Biden told a rally in Philadelphia. He's offering Americans what he calls a different path. In twenty
"augusta georgia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Augusta Georgia and in the process making a heck of a lot of money to the family allegedly cheated the lottery system that distributes the tickets to the masters by created phony accounts charges carry a potential penalty of up to twenty years in prison. It is nine thousand eight ahead of the opening bell. On Wall Street. We check in on business news now from Bloomberg. Here's Andrew O'day. Unfortunately for people who work in the asset management business Jeff job concert becoming quite a thing. Right now, State Street global and BlackRock are among firms have announced job cut plan. So far this year, citing issues such as industry pressure to cut fees, and increasing automation as factors in their moves. And now Franklin resources company behind Franklin Templeton investments is planning to cut up to five percents of the workforce that could mean five hundred cuts beginning with voluntary early. Retirement blue chip conglomerate United Technologies is boosting its profit forecast for the year amid strengthen the aerospace market. That's good news for United Technologies which required rockwell-collins last year to expand its aerospace business, it also reported a than expected quarterly profit, and that's contributing to this picture ahead of all streets opening bell s and p futures up one. Dow futures up forty Andrew O'day Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio nine oh nine and coming up on WBZ, gone fishing and gone goes record. We're talking swordfish. And we'll talk about that. Just ahead ching. The internet is great it stinks. I've typed in happiness, and I still can't find it type replacement windows, you get five billion pages. It's like playing. Where's waldo? But he changed his shirt and got context. So I got an idea instead of doing a search doing internet.
"augusta georgia" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"Hundred two in Augusta Georgia in a TV taping all budget TV tapings going on. We had WW TV champion Steve Austin and Larry's the Bisco defeating Greg hazy and Scott Allen that match aired on w w worldwide as well as WWF champion. Rick rude, WW TV champion Steve Austin. And w w tag team champion aren't Anderson with Polly dangerously in their corner the dangerous. Alliance defeating the team of Tom Zink, Brad Armstrong and Marcus Alexander Bagwell that match aired on W w pro and nineteen Ninety-six in Rostock. Germany, we go to the WF WWF world champion. Shawn Michaels defeating Steve Austin, then nine hundred ninety seven at Youngstown Ohio Steve Austin, defeated WF tag team champion, Owen Hart nine hundred ninety eight in New Haven, Connecticut's WF world champion Stoeckel, Steve Austin, defeated WF European champion triple h and finally nine thousand nine hundred nine Edmonton Alberta Canada, WF world champion, Steve Austin, and the big show defeated the rock and the big boss, man. A busy day for Steve Austin on April eighteenth agai information from the history of WWE dot com. All right coming up in just a second. We're going to hear from the fallen angel. Christopher Daniels on a classic episode of the Steve Austin show. Even though March madness now over the most exciting time and gear in NBA NHL is happening right now the playoffs to get in and all the action. Sign up today for free account better line dot AG and use the code podcast one for your fifty percent. Welcome bonus over an H E L playoff seeing all the Tampa Bay Lightning. The clear favourite can the Bruins put it all together. Does Vegas have another magical run in them with a capitals repeat don't sit on the sidelines anymore..
Tiger Woods' Masters win is a great sporting comeback story
"Tiger Woods has made a comeback and won the masters in Augusta Georgia the first win there since two thousand five world sport anchor. Don Rideout's spoke about the rest ride tiger has gone through over the past decade since two thousand and eight he has been through so much. Of course, the marital issues have been well documented the full from grace, the DUI that kind of awful mugshot. And then the physical issues he's had to deal with you know, the back four back operations, risky, spinal fusion surgery.
"augusta georgia" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Woods won the masters tournament. In Augusta Georgia today marking his first major win in more than a decade. Susannah Kepler dough from member station. W AB has more. Clouds changes tiger tiger. At the Augusta National Golf course. To celebrate. Tiger Woods remarkable comeback. The last time. He'd won a major tournament was in two thousand eight this Marxist fifth. Green jacket given to masters winners. The Forty-three-year-old woods started the day. Two shots behind the leader fund. Cesco Molly Nari with shot a two under seventy for a one-stroke victory. The wind completes return after a remarkable recovery from injuries and back surgeries a threat of severe weather move. The tee off time for the final round of the masters to the early morning with players warming up in the dark for NPR news. I'm Susanna capita in Atlanta. Severe storms, including a few tornadoes tore through the south this weekend, leaving at least six people dead. The national weather service the line of storms with damaging winds hail and heavy rain is now heading east threatening the Gulf Coast the mid Atlantic up through the northeast through tomorrow morning, a fairly large. Area potential, and so Folkston these areas should have at least two ways to receive warnings today. Stay weather where make sure that you're close to shelter at any given time to say shelter. Because of the main has they're going to be damaging thunderstorm wins a few tornadoes national weather service meteorologist Roger Edwards tornado watches are up in parts of several states tonight. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo is on the last leg of his four country. Visit to South America today..
Tiger Woods wins the Masters, capturing first green jacket since 2005
"World of sports. Tiger Woods has won the masters golf tournament. In Augusta Georgia. This is his fifth masters title, his fifteenth major championship. The Jack Nicklaus record is eighteen championship. Woods came back from scandal numerous injuries and surgeries to capture. His first championship title since the US open. The forty three year old would shot a two under seventy for a one-stroke victory. The crowd cheered. He was rounded by his family now Tiger Woods fifth. Green jacket leaves one short of another nNcholas record. This is the first time would ever come from behind on the final day to win a major
Mickelson has best 1st round at Masters since '10
"Casca? It is a who's who? It's up the leaderboard after round one of the masters in Augusta Georgia Russian into Shambo and Brooks TEPCO shares the league at six under par. Good evening. Phil Mickelson right there. Just one shot off ladies at minus five Dustin Johnson at minus four Tiger Woods at an up and down day finished the day at two hundred par. So he's just four shots off lead. Other notables local golfers. Charley Hoffman power high school finished his day, minus one just five shots back. Save your shop Aleve scrips ranch. High school and San Diego State university is one over par round two tomorrow.
"augusta georgia" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Year starts today. It is the master set in Augusta Georgia the masters is unlike every other major golf tournament, and unlike many many sporting events in that the people that run the masters have very very tight controls over things and they set the rules. They set limits on television coverage now, there's if you try to tune in watch the masters right now, you can't they they limited. It's not like the US open or the PGA or the British Open where the TV coverage starts at six o'clock in the morning note, the masters people say we don't want to be overexposed the coverage. I think it starts like at two thirty. If you wanna watch it on. Television. And that's that's it two thirty to five thirty same thing is true tomorrow, they have all sorts of rules that are in place and because the masters is so desirable to attend. They're able to to get away with these different situations. So here's one of the rules that they have if you are fortunate enough to get a pay us to allow you to go watch the masters in Augusta. That is no cell phone use at all on the course, notating your cell phone out to take pictures. No, taking your cell phone out to take to check texts and no using your cell phone as a cell phone, and they are very very strict about that. And if you are caught using a cell phone, you're going to get checked it and no ifs. No ends no buts. Interestingly enough on the course, and I have never been to Augusta. But I'm told they have several large banks of. Payphones really old payphones if large banks of payphones throughout the course that people can use for free, but you can't use cell phone. It's a tradition. Unlike any other our number's four one four seven nine nine one six twenty that it's the accurate mortgage talk and text line when I find to be interesting about this is cell phones have become what is the college? Reading word. Ubiquitous everybody has cellphones. Everybody uses them. You cannot go into a restaurant or a sporting event or anywhere else without seeing people on their cell phones. As a matter of fact, it's not unusual to walk into a restaurant, even a nicer restaurant and you'll look over to table, and maybe the table four people free out of the four maybe all four people have their cell phones out, and they're looking at things in addition when people speak on their cellphones, they tend to not use their inside voices. Maybe it's because when they're in public. You've got all that ambi- at noise. That's out there, but they generally tend to speak louder. So as a result. If your tables over even though you could care less about what the person's talking about. You can't avoid hearing it because they are talking loudly. Four one four seven nine nine one six twenty.
"augusta georgia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Dogs with cancer specifically helped that drug lead to approval by the FDA. They also offer clinical trials for diseases other than cancer. Also, see diabetes kidney disease thrive as for which we often have clinical trials. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ. Boston's News Radio thousands of Amazon workers take a stand against the online giants involvement with oil companies more than four thousand employees signed onto a letter to CEO Jeff Bezos calling on Amazon to end its association with BP and shell as well as stop. It's attempts to woo more oil and gas companies to use its technology to help them find drilling oil faster, Amazon has been courting oil producers to Amazon web services, which offers cloud computing services and now accounts for more than seventy percent of Amazon's total profit employees say they want Amazon to reduce its own carbon footprint and say it shouldn't help other companies hurt the environment. Mark Remillard, ABC news now to Augusta Georgia and the update from the masters branch playing masters opened with a birdie at the first in two thousand and eight Snape had his best finish here. Finishing third in just under two hours from right now, Tiger Woods will take to the I t and right after that. It'll be the betting line favorite. Rory mcilroy from the masters. I'm bob. Ten thirty one zero seven point nine HD two online at WBZ dot com on your phone with the heart renew and on hundreds of devices like Alexa, Google, home, XBox and Sony. Boston. Another happy kitchen associates customer kitchen associates took the stress right out of my remodeling projects. The workers showed up on time in knew exactly what to do. And they did it. Well, it was so reassuring to me to know that I always had someone to Email or call with my changes. In requests, kitchen associates sells, high quality products at they stand behind. I recommended kitchen associates friends and their projects just turned out wonderful. Hey, everyone from garden answer. If you want your yard to really shine. Just look for the shrubs in the white proven winners containers at your garden center. They've been thoroughly tested in handpicked in order to give you a carefree colorful yard with a whole lot less.
"augusta georgia" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"And Sean is back after a couple of sick days and John Howell. And I wanna thank the crew for help me. Stay obviously is willing to give very concerned couple text messages. Hi, John, your health issues yesterday worried me, are you? Okay. Yes. I'm fine. I think I'll address more of that tonight at six fifty to make it that far. Jim in Geneva road. Hey hoyt. Are you wearing the William Holden helmet today? Holy mackerel. Exclamation point. Exclamation point. No. But perhaps I should be proud. That'd be a good idea. Another text message relieved to hear you back today. Well, thank you very much coming up. Mike Emmanuel will be here. Just after Kathy's five thirty newscast big doings in DC, obviously like going on a house representatives are house of lords today. People are worried about Bernie Sanders. People are worried about Steve Miller all kinds of worries up there and Mike Emmanuel bring us up to date at five thirty five. I love to golf. I'm not very good on a good day. If I can break a hundred on pretty doggone happy. I play quite often with my colleague John Dempsey with our new schedules. Now that we don't work together any longer. I'll probably meet him around noon Meredith as soon as my foot hills up and we can play Mirra vets. And then I'll come down to work in go on home. But I know. A lot of guys don't golf, but we always talk about the arrogance of some politicians not only here in Chicago. But state line, of course, nationally, we think Caesar people we just love to hate. And I think that's a good entree into teddy green Stein's great piece from the Chicago Tribune regarding last year's masters winner. Patrick Reed who everybody Craig me if I'm wrong teddy. Everybody would like to see lose and come in last this this year. Why is that? So. John. It's really weird situation. Patrick reads family lives in Augusta Georgia and yet they're not welcomed at the golf course by him strange from from his family, his his dad and sister, actually, food a Paris and watch them play in the Ryder Cup didn't even know about it. And he basically says he he won't be surprised if they show up here. So it's a really weird deal. You know, Patrick Reed won the masters last year. Usually the fans would be going, and he got basically just a golf clap because a lot of strange things in his past. And you know, I don't think people are picking sides family squabble. Sure, there's there's both sides, but really word situation with the defending champion, but teddy there's more than just that. He was accused of cheating his teammates when he was at Georgia is estranged from his family, also other golfers don't particular like this guy. What makes him such a load in the pants? Yeah. He's got a lot of baggage. There's a lot of stuff going in Patrick reach head of you know, he's also let's give some credit. He's also Ryder Cup hero. He's played great for America. Not this past Paris. But the one before that, but then he Jim furic is a bad coach. No. He's not weird. It's like part of him. Definitely wants to be the bad guy wants to be hated wants to be the villain shish the crowd. So he doesn't seem to worry about being popular. Which is smart because he's definitely very popular. I'm trying to think of guys here in Chicago. Michael Jordan was arrogant. We knew that. But he was also tremendously counted. Okay. So we're putting Patrick read the professional golfer in the same category. As Jay Cutler because I think Jay colors wife probably likes him as much as family members. Really? Wow. You have some inside information on that just that reality show. I guess fortunately, better do with your time than to watch the very Cavalieri. I saw that three minute clip where she was pretty pretty ticked off at J. He was drinking a lot over dinner, and and give it our heart. So this Patrick creed is just kind of is off putting to say the least he's to golfer. But I notice today the guys on the golf channel were saying, all he. He has his swing coach out the day before the tournament begins. That's not a good sign. Yeah. That might be bad. He's had a really tough year of c one here last year has not won since and it's been mostly outside the top twenty top thirty this year. So he comes into this week with very very low expectations, you know, most defending champions or maybe fifteen or twenty to one to win. I think he's more like fifty to one talking with a teddy green Stein of the Chicago Tribune and just a couple of things while I got online how slow will j b Holmes play. That guy drives me nuts. I mean, as you were if you're watching it live as opposed to DVR, he is just an absolute killer. He's so slow. I mean, he took like four minutes to hit a shot. Tournament earlier this year, and nobody plays particularly fast here, especially when it's windy because obviously the green toss and there's so much money and prestige on the line. So hopefully, he won't be that bad. But I'm sure he will be are you down there? Now. Yeah. So did you watch the nine hole to part three tournament today? Yes. A little bit of it. You know, we don't as writers. We usually don't cover that very heavily because we're all working at preview stories and crying out a bunch of stuff, and the par-three is more of a novelty. It's like a fan of it. But I did catch a couple of shots. And how does tiger look I heard on the golf channel that he looks pretty fluid. Yeah. I think you know with him. It's really just a question of putting he missed that footer to lose a match in the match play in his last time out, which is shocking, you know, pull the footer that he needed to extend the match so everybody was like wait a second this tire. I mean, he's supposed to make all those putts. But he he's implant salad. I mean, I think t- degree and he's going to be good. But guys were there. Mid forties. You don't become better putters? So hopefully, you know, it won't really damage him out here. Just text to me is Patrick read the real life shooter mcgavin. Yeah. I think he is as popular shooter mcgavin that's a good call shooter. I cared a lot more that how he look of. It looked like he, you know, have a hair gel, and he had the whole thing. Go Patrick is appearance. He's a fatty, I know he lost way. But he's still fatty Sadr better. Thank you have a good time there. Thanks, take care. So I mentioned that aunt max. And uncle Steve in it. I'm talking about Steve Mnuchin our secretary of the treasury. And of course, Maxine Waters now owns a gavel. I've sat here for over three hour and fifteen minutes, I've told you out comeback. I just don't believe we're sitting here negotiating when I come back. We'll follow up with your office. How long would you like me to come back for next time? I've told you accommodate you are the secretary of and their three and a half hours. But she was having none of it. I appreciate that. And our pre sheet your a reminding us of the length of time, others secretaries have been here. This is the new way in a day. Care. I have the gavel at this point. If you wish to leave you me, I'm sorry. Can you reiterate that one more time, please I was next on foreign meeting you you're instructing needs to stay here. And I should know you just made me an offer. I didn't make you offered that I accept it. I did not make offer just let's be clear instructing me are ordering me to stay here. No. I'm not ring you. I'm responding said, you may leave anytime you want. It was a great moment on Capitol Hill and Mike Emmanuel zehr. Least dismiss everybody. I believe you're supposed to take the gravel and bang. At least not instruct me as to. Hi, I'm to conduct this committee. Thank you, Madam chairwoman. Anything else? That cabinet. Here stays question who is more off pudding professional golfer. Patrick, read or congresswoman Maxine Waters free one two five nine one eighty nine hundred Mike manuals here next from Fox News time for an update. Here's cathy. Funding. Big controversial projects makes it through the city council AG far testifies on spying and the Trump campaign uses.
"augusta georgia" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast
"Imagine if you shared collaborative ly-, the journey with them, and you created space for this process. As a parent of twenty year olds I two can relate to the fact that. Are adult children worry about being rejected by the world? They worry about being put into a harsh situation where who they are is either morphed or changed or boxed in or told or made wrong. Is this is this universal thing? Jerry. I think is a Hughniverse like human thing. It is. Okay. There's actually some sort of and to me the evidence that it's a Hyun universal human thing is that when you look at all the different wisdom traditions. They all speak to the same thing. I was talking to my but his teacher. Sharon salzberg last night. I was talking about the existence of the one Dharma concept, and the one Dharma concept is essentially that. But his own Islam. Judaism, follow schism, Christianity, broadly, speaking. Stoicism air civilian Fulla all leaning towards the same thing. Who are we as humans human beings? How it manifests in the answers to the questions the this wide variety there, but the same question excess? Am I worthy of love? Will I be safe? And do I belong. Apply that Silicon Valley ply to Augusta Georgia apply to boulder. Colorado apply to midtown Manhattan. Apply to Tokyo apply. It tabet. Am I worthy of love? Can I love someone else? Well, I'd be safe existential emotionally physically and do I belong or more specifically where do I belong? Yeah. I mean, where where is where is huge thing for me right now in my life, where do I belong and isn't that the same that your children are going through? Yeah. For sure do I belong. These little what's tribe tentacles of bridges. It's funny because. I know this isn't a parenting show per se, but there's a part of me. That's like, okay. As a parent, you have to let go, you know, you have to cut the strings a little bit. And you have to let them figure this out, you know, myself as a parent raising them they made a lot of their own decisions in a lot of ways. So they release along the way. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And some things you know, I caught them. So it was the skin. It wasn't a tear. Right. Not only one broken bone eighteen years as not bad. Good. Yeah. Yeah. It did. And I wouldn't say that what I do. Now is is a parenting thing either. 'cause I don't I have two kids. I don't need more kids to parent. I just, but but I think that the connections that you have enlightened me to has been really. Very thought for like I just wanna go in like meditate about all this right now that sounds like a beautiful experience. And so maybe maybe we can start to wrap with regard to that. The last thing I would say is that. I think that just like parenting is a is a journey of letting go I think our process of working with all sorts of issues like this is a process of us. Becoming adults. We were born to be. And it's a practice. And that were practice is always important to me because it does not imply attainment. Right. It apply. It implies movement towards. And if we can hold that it allows us to accept our foibles. It allows us to accept our imperfections allows us to accept the ways in which we are not living up to our aspirations and we begin again the next day. Try again. Yeah. I wanna thank you for for coming on the show and asking such thought provoking questions really challenging me to sort of understand what I what I believe to be true about these things. It's such a growth
Attorney, Justice Department and Hall discussed on WBZ Midday News
"Charlie Wall Street's up and down day is mostly down at the moment the Dow is falling seventy one, points to twenty five thousand six sixty-one the s&p is down two points the NASDAQ rising almost ten points to seventy. Eight ninety eight and the Bloomberg WBZ New England index, is slightly higher the US China trade war is still on even with peace talks underway in Washington each. Side has imposed tariffs on an additional sixteen billion
Masters 2018: Patrick Reed, Rory McIlroy set for another epic duel on Sunday at Augusta?
"City centre but it isn't just the weather that is motivating people to cast ballots orbin recently accused american billionaire philanthropist george soros and the ngos linked to him of trying to tear down the border fences and turn hungry into an immigrant country the hungarianborn soros and his foundations vehemently denied those claims or bone is also expected to benefit from mail in ballots from some three hundred eighty thousand new hungarians outside the country who are granted citizenship based on their ethnic roots seraya sirhatti nelson npr news budapest african fighters in yemen's ongoing war continue to pay a steep price the bbc's mary harper reports who the've rebels have killed dozens of sudanese troops who are part of the saudi led coalition fighting on behalf of yemen's internationally recognized government yemeni military officials at the sudanese troops will lead into a trap by the who sees in the northern province of hajjah this is believed to be the biggest loss of sudanese troops in yemen who've been deployed since twenty fifteen it's not the only african country involved in the conflict united nations monitors say hundreds of iranian troops are involved the united arab emirates also part of the saudi coalition has a military base in the airtran port of assab and is building one in the selfdeclared republic of somaliland both conveniently close to yemen the bbc's mary harper this is npr oklahoma's massive teacher protest is expected to continue tomorrow several schools have cancelled classes the teachers union is calling on state lawmakers to repeal a capital gains tax exemption and increase public education funding there's a lot of anticipation in augusta georgia for today's final round of the masters golf tournament a number of the game's best players are close to the lead and npr's tom goldman reports the golfers in first and second position have a compelling history heading into the final round american patrick reed has three shot lead over rory mcilroy of northern ireland they both played extremely well saturday like many players they took advantage of rain softened greens to shoot low scores read and mcelroy are the last pair to tee off today they are reprising their riveting 2016 head.
Tour bus to Masters flips on Georgia highway; several injured in crash
"The pentagon holds a briefing today amid many lingering questions about the president's plan to have soldiers helped with border security fox's rachel sutherland live in washington it's unclear at this point how many national guard soldiers would be called up to go to the border but we do know it will take them weeks to get their homeland security secretary kerstin nielsen says the administration is talking with governors in border states put out to tweets were so a senior defense official says the plan is a work in progress says national guard looks for available units and equipment and gets ready to approach state governors for permission lisa thanks rachel the president meantime on his way to west virginia for tax reform roundtable while wall street rallies right now the dow's up to eighty four overcoming the latest fear of a trade war with china for now epa chief scott pruitt remains under scrutiny over ethics concerns jeopardy white house spokesman hogan gidley and you know we we believe that some of these questions need to be answered one issue pruitt's fifty dollar an ideal to rent a room in a lobbyist home when staying in washington and internal epa reviews said that does not amount to prohibited gift a tour bus crashes on the way to the masters fox's evan brown has this live at least a dozen people on the bus driving from atlanta to augusta georgia are injured on the driver is under arrest for being intoxicated after the bus flipped onto its side on interstate twenty this morning police say the driver stephen hopping brower ran off the road and then over corrected causing the bus to turn over the passengers injuries are said to be not severe but many are being treated at area hospitals lisa as for the golf ebben australian mark leash mun is the early leader at the masters tiger woods four strokes back at his first masters in.
"augusta georgia" Discussed on PTI
"Uniform with the second pick he's got an new name we've just got from new orleans i would love to see that as the pelicans sink you're right right as soon as i stopped sparring with you i'm in a car headed east on twenty two augusta georgia to look sure the lie mass loss sets up to be a contentious and probably even glamorous event given the number of high profile players feeling great about themselves going in but of course most of the buzz surrounding tiger and his attempt to come all the way back and whom freddie couples said look great during his practice round tuesday frank do you expect tiger to content you know what i think i two rounds maybe maybe on saturday i just don't see i understand it will be a great story we all love a great comeback story but you look at the way that he's played recently playing on these golf courses in florida they're flat they're short they're suitable to his game but to win the masters you have to birdie all those parfives that's how you win the masters when jordan spieth won a few years ago he was twelve under par fives right now your boy tiger woods when you look at him in terms of parfives he's a hundred and i on the pga tour when it comes to parfive scoring that's what's gonna make it difficult i don't think he can drive the ball long enough anymore really because back that's a great point which we will get to ask andy north about it and a little bit but you know what i'm kinda like you i think there'll be times early in the round i wonder about his back yeah i mean people just take it for granted i know he feels great now i hope it continues feel great i am you know i'm flat out route nine rooting for tiger woods.
"augusta georgia" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Augusta georgia's next ryan welcome do on point hi ray i have a question um but first let me tell us shortstory up i was driving the other morning a parker to the yard about three o'clock in the morning and um there is a homeless issue in the august area i don't know the numbers by the theme and um underneath an overpass you could see a may end bundled up uh about twenty degrees outsiders though and i drive by and um we myself you know i wish there was something i could do and that it it knew that i had a a christmas present back there that i had given actually it with the blanket and um i turned around and you know enrolled melinda down steps the guy hating from get if you want to and he told me said free it's the not can't walk so i got up and i got out of the car knows the man was in a wheelchair and i spent the next twenty minutes with some talking about how he had came recently to augusta from kentucky he looked first the stir it fast you with the fabled at a home herself and he couldn't get to work and he had been in a shelter in the hospital this kind of hit off your lack off leave it was actually and um you had nowhere to go because he was around the clock care in his last thing he said to me was that we call for a while remember me income visit me when you can find the again what is your average person can they do to help out somebody why i mean beyonce give them a blanket or given them a meal is there something that a citizen of the the city can do to help out more than really what my question is ryan thank you for that question because in thirty years of covering homelessness is a reporter that's one of the most frequent things i'm asked by members of the public when i see this what can i do so julia what would we tell ryan.
"augusta georgia" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"And shoes from alabama so they started making calls and then they finally reached a woman who said shoes tanya dawn tied locks mother now tiny had been dead for twenty years she died at eighteen months she died at age eighteen months of pneumonia so iit's it's another ilias right that they picked up a he got them from i guess tombstones yeah yeah graves franklin delano floyd was arrested in augusta georgia six weeks after leaving oklahoma city now at this point he'd been living under another alias trenton be davis once he admitted who he was he said he liked to be called floyd so floyd was arraigned in taken to jail he called his old friend david dial in he was transferred to the federal correctional facility in atlanta from there he contacted the oklahoma department of human services and told them he'd been arrested he was going to service time in turn his life sound so he asked dhs to take care of michael until his release said he'd be back for him this guy's got some big kony's to even think of this serves me he got income grew son here he got an attorney who argued in juvenile court that floyd was actually a loving father who wrote to his son every week he planned to take a parenting class in prison and he wanted to regain custody of his son and the court recognize floyd as michael's father and scheduled to review hearing so this whole thing to me is just dumb founding unbelievable yeah the beans couldn't believe it either.
"augusta georgia" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Hey what's in uh thanks for the call i i have like this higher from the beginning i think kirby smart very wisely waited for the right opportunity to often assistant coaches will just grabbed the first job that comes along he interviewed for quite a few jobs in this one this when worked uh to say the least it was his alma mater but uh it was also the right fit that he's a he's been phenomenal he has just been outstanding thank you for the call do appreciate it let's check in next with john in augusta georgia hello john paul hope you're doing well this afternoon thank you i am i wanted to talk about their strength of this that conference uh that were not maybe the next year but year after that and on uh based on that that hires that we've made this year coaching changes and and uh the ability of uh some of the guys that we've uh put into place that uh can do well with uh the guys that they have i've got a seven teams i think could be and the top four it be considered for the top four not not this year coming but you're after that who would be on your list i think that uh i got him is kind of a plus a or aminus and a vape plus coerced alabama and and uh georgia and then uh big that's uh his ability to recruit and well as well as his ability to get a lot out of the people that he does have i got florida i think damage to.
"augusta georgia" Discussed on Fore Play
"And then he just put out on the whole time he put on journey yet and literally said to a crowd of people in augusta georgia seeing these lyrics if you'd know the words sir there is not a place on earth at knows the lyrics to that song more than the people in augusta georgia and he so he did that over and over again he that he kept saying rem fun day brought up a good point where he would probably happened was it was super expensive to have snoop come in and do snoop dogg things yep with his actual songs so but his dj going right is much lower and you can kinda hopefully skate by with that i don't know how ruin house fell i felt cheated totally cheated when he kept saying you guys have a fun like i said the first time i was like fuck yeah have a great time drunk and by the ted's what i was like not the stinks like what are you doing pike sing a song and he came out came out hots next episodes it was new dog smoke smoking a blunt and then it was journey in the beatles for a while and felt very odd so that was new thursday which was the you of the kickoff of the masters in we uh we did live shows this alive siriusxm radio show from twelve to barstool what are we rush 93 yeah rush i ninety three you're listening today on friday go check us out we're going to be doing that again we also did and are going to be doing friday a little pregame show to thirty two three uh shut out to a lease lob who he had on his against that i shot a pace frantic who had on the radio show ed page on the radio show so we're bringing the czechs pretty good pretty good day for us just coupled foreplay guys bringing the czechs meet love for black page left after the radio show in as she was leaving bay elise was basically pulling into do the other show yup was good day for us yeah so really just bring a man kicking them out bringing them and that's what you do.
"augusta georgia" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"And forty eight hundred fans showed up to a building that was set up for around eight thousand in augusta georgia uh this is the end of abc w only paper res forever and at one worst major show of the year and the observer fan poll and that's hard to argue on a scale of one to ten bruce how would you rank this december to dismember two thousand six show a negative poor stars sir it's worth mentioning onlooker aiding the i it is it's worth mentioning that the big show on and off the road here and that's why they had him dropped the bell he's gotten into some back and knee problems and once off the road so badly that he's even stating publicly he's not going to resign a new contract and he's walking away even though he's making a million dollars a year this was eleven years ago uh deem deliver the conversations with show about retiring during this time and why didn't happen show was tired beat up and just started being on the road in working every day is a giant and a lot of wear and tear on his joints he just needed some rest impulse went through these phases paul paul why he he went through these phases where he just give beat up and you have to give special consideration to a guy that seven foot tall and four hundred plus pounds going out in punishing his body every single night it's doesn't heal the same way in his law will wear and tear than god's two hundred pounds and in great shape so at this time paul just needed rest.