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Boston's Harvard Law School students pay tribute to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

The Morgan Show with Morgan White, Jr.

02:48 min | 5 d ago

Boston's Harvard Law School students pay tribute to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

"Car, but then SKW Visi Boston's news radio. Good morning. I'm Tom Huff. Here is what's happening. The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, BBC TV's Christina Rex tells us Ginsberg briefly briefly attended attended Harvard Harvard Law Law School. School. Justice Justice Ruth Ruth Bader Bader Ginsburg Ginsburg started started her her loss loss schooling schooling here here at at Harvard Harvard Back Back in in 1956. 1956. Eventually, Eventually, she she moved moved to to New New York York to to finish finish her her law law studies. Students here at the college tonight. Tell me, they're shocked and saddened by the news of her death. It's gonna take a while to process. The news of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is death hit Harvard students deeply as they got news alerts on their phones first found out I couldn't believe it because I think RBG fact that she's continued to stick with that and continue to fight. For us kind of. I kind of thought that you know she'd win. Keep going. This makes the Supreme Court one of the most important issues in the presidential election. Kent Green Fields of BC Law is a former Supreme Court clerk, he says Ruth Bader Ginsburg, affectionately known as RBG is an idol for young girls. My home It'll daughter knows who RBG is, and is saddened by the news to May. And I think they're know the story of my daughter is the story of a millions of little girls around the country. She she looks like this frail little woman, but she was a fierce warrior for justice. I think that many of us who loved her and loved her work just to really just wanted her to live forever. The thought on so many people's minds right now, what does

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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies at 87

The Morgan Show with Morgan White, Jr.

01:26 min | 5 d ago

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies at 87

"Tells us Ginsberg briefly attended Harvard Law School Justice Riveter. Denver started her loss schooling here at Harvard Back in 1956. Eventually, she moved to New York to finish her law studies students here at the college tonight. Tell me they're shocked and saddened by the news of her death. It's gonna take a while to process. The news of Supreme Court. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is death hit. Averred students deeply as they got news alerts on their phones found out I couldn't believe it because I think RBG fact that she's continued to stick with that and continue to fight for us. Kind of thought that You know she'd win. God. This makes the Supreme Court one of the most important issues in the presidential election. Kent Greenfield. The BC law is a former Supreme Court clerk, he says Ruth Bader Ginsburg, affectionately known as RBG is an idol for young girls. My home It'll daughter knows who RBG is and is saddened by the news today. And I think they're know the story of my daughter is the story of a millions of little girls around the country. She she looks like this free a little woman, but she was a fierce warrior for justice. I think that many of us who loved her and loved her work just just wanted her to live forever. The thought on so many people's minds right now, what does this mean for RBG Supreme Court seat

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Newton Officials Seek Action Around Boston College COVID Cases

WBZ Morning News

01:00 min | Last week

Newton Officials Seek Action Around Boston College COVID Cases

"State health officials will take over contact tracing efforts at Boston College as concern grows and surrounding communities about an outbreak of Corona virus more from BBC's Mike Macklin, Newton Mayor Ruth and Fuller says she's gravely concerned about the recent spike in covert 19 cases about Boston College students for convince BC to give oversight of positive covert cases to the state. We Insisted that the case investigations and contact tracing shift over to the states contact tracing collaborative, Fuller says she'd like B. C to be more forthcoming with information about the school's management of covert case is what we would like. Also Boston College to do is to be giving Daily UPDATES. Newton concerned A serious outbreak of the virus on the B C campus could interfere with the city's efforts to open its public schools. In New Mike Macklin w. B. C. Boston's

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ICE whistleblower speaks out, alleges mass hysterectomies performed on migrant women

All In with Chris Hayes

09:23 min | Last week

ICE whistleblower speaks out, alleges mass hysterectomies performed on migrant women

"Yesterday will learn about a whistleblower, a nurse working at Georgia Immigrations and Customs Enforcement Ice Facility. Leveling, honestly, ghastly allegations chief among them that women in that facility migrant women say that doctor was performing unauthorized hysterectomies on immigrant women detained that facility, which again is privately run. Now, you might have seen this story zipping around social media understandably, and the allegations come from formal complaint that was actually filed with the watchdog at the Department of Homeland Security and the whistle is on the record is named. Her name is Don Wooten, she was employed by. That detention center and along with those unauthorized hysterectomies, the complaint also alleges the facility lacked protection against Corona virus for detained immigrants that detainees suffer from a general lack of medical care. We've been chasing this story all day along some of my colleagues here and NBC tonight we can report a lawyer named Benjamin o Soro representing women at that very facility told him BC news that indeed two of his clients received hysterectomies they believe may have been unnecessary and tonight. We hear on all Lynn spoke with another attorney who represents two different women who claimed they also had unnecessary hysterectomies while detained at this facility. That lawyer tells us that as many as fifteen immigrant women were given full or partial hysterectomies or other procedures for which no medical indication existed. Now we reached. With these accusations, they sent us a long statement disputing. Allegations and the implication that detainees are used for experimental medical procedures. They do say an independent office will investigate. These claims is also says that since two thousand eighteen, only two individuals facility were referred to certified credential medical professionals for hysterectomies. Of course, the referred is the question here. I should also tell you also reached out to private company that runs US facility, or they are not commenting on the specific allegations. They say, they have a strict zero tolerance policy for any kind of appropriate inappropriate behavior facilities and they refute any allegations of misconduct. Were hurt the nurse behind that whistleblower complaint who got this all started Don wooten and her lawyer John Whitty, join me now don wounded and John Whitney. It's great to have you both. Thank you very much. Ms I want to start with you and just ask you to tell us what you did. What was your job at this facility? When did you start working there? I was first employed. Irwin. Kinda detention center in twenty. Ten. been to this facility three on three different occasions. Are returned in. Twenty. Fourteen worked until twenty. Sixteen. On came back in two thousand nineteen. On I was a nurse, their medication nurse. Six eighty, six, p.. We did total detainee and totally inmate care will responsibilities there. You talk about in the complaint. Hearing from women who are detained they're talking about a specific doctor. Performing hysterectomies referring giving uterus collector tell us about how you heard about this doctor and what women said about their experiences with. You have detained women had several detained women on numerous occasions that would come to me and say Ms. Wooten. Historic to me. Why I had answers as to why they hit those procedures. and One lady while up to me here. This last time around between. October nineteen until July the second and she said, what is he is he the uterus collector? Does he collect uteruses? And I asked her what did she mean? And she says everybody that I've talked to has had a hysterectomy. And you just don't know what to say. I mean I. Don't I don't have a answer for why that they would come to me. and. I would say, is it a uterus later? How would you describe? How would you describe the standard of Care? The general sort of? Medical Environment in which these these migrants were detained. The Standard of care. was. It wasn't timely all the time. They would have. A procedure to where they will fill out forms to be seeing. Those forms shredded. They will be towed in area instances that you know there's nothing going on with them just on numerous occasions and as a human, you just don't treat people inhumane. I have a title as a licensed practical nurse and I protect my title with dignity to where I was raised by you treat people as you want to be treated. These sanitation especially doing Kobe the sanitation was horrible would have anything to sanitize with. We didn't have the proper PP so they didn't have the proper PP e they didn't have anything to sanitize. We'd while they were down in the dorms as Wael and when you ask You will be reprimand. Did you have cases of Covid in facility. What were the steps taken to deal with the outbreak in the country happened. When we first the first case of covert. Dan Facility it was covert is not here in the facility. Then we had another case and it was like it was not here in the facility we had several more cases and it was like cold was not here in the facility. You know there was not a proper separation of those detainees whenever they come in and you know there's a fourteen day incubation period. No, they weren't separated. You know whenever you question you didn't have the proper PP. I admit I refuse I have sickle sale. I have kids who have underlying conditions as well. They're asthmatics. So the protocol was not being fought. It was not properly reported to the health department was not properly reported to the CDC nor was it properly reported to sail? You were. Essentially demoted as my understanding from the complaint that from from a from a fulltime employees, sort of more kind of at will. Swing employees. Your contention is that was essentially punishment for your statements about the unsafe environment you felt there your resistance. To working when you had symptoms Zach is that is my understanding correct there. Yes. Mr Woody, you look like you want to say something. What do you want to? I did want to jump in and say that Ms Wooten has been a vocal. Critic of the conditions within the facility for you know for many months and the you know the the the the the the most recent retaliation of demoting her was you know to some extent was just a buildup of all of her per internal whistleblowing over the course of a month and especially since the beginning of covert. Do, you have further Mr Woody I. Wonder if people sincere the attorney attached this. And I know there's a number of groups that have worked together. On this complaint. We've now spoken to one one or on the record and other lawyer anonymously about women the women coming forward with these complaints. Do you expect that we will see? More public declarations of these allegations from women who actually experienced it. Well, it's a very challenging situation to come forward with information like that, and there's a lot of risks to to to way out Weather more will actually be able to summon the courage to talk about it certainly through their attorney is an excellent process is to make those disclosures and with the number of cases that that MS wooten others allude to There's a lot. There's a large population of these of these women immigrants who've who've had this who've been mistreated in this way assaulted Should you know there there's a pool there that could come forward. Let's hope they do ms miserable. What would you like to see happen in this facility? What are you? What do you think the? Adjust. Set of of of changes would look like. Unadjusted of changes would be a change management. If you change management, then there's a possibility, there will be corrective measures but if not changing management then I'm afraid that it would be hard to correct those measures. Don. Wooden, who's the whistle blower in this complaint against this facility ice facility run by Private Corporation in Georgia John Woody her attorney. Tremendous bravery coming forward MS wooden. Thank you so much for sharing your story tonight. I. Really appreciate it.

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"bc" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

Cascadian Beer Podcast

06:22 min | Last week

"bc" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

"If you like this episode, please feel free to hit subscribe in your podcast APP doesn't cost you anything and then that way you'll never miss an episode if you've been here before and you enjoy it. Sharing it with a friend to that helps grow this podcast series, which is all about craft beer in the Pacific northwest. CASCADIA is a bio region in the Pacific northwest and the North American continent made up the US states of Washington Oregon is wealthy Canadian province of British Columbia. Today I'm in mid Vancouver Island in the municipality of I'm Oh. Now, I will say this is recorded before the world changed in March in fact, a week before everything changed, but I was really fortunate to sit down with the crew at Longwood brewing? My Name Harley Smith's, and my title is repair Guy Delivery Guy Packaging insure proof master and partner. All right. And I'm at Longwood, on in in your actual brewery, not you brew pub and there are two locations. Yeah. We managed to confuse a lot of people, but this is sort of a production facility. Known got confused myself in the in the hurry to make our our meeting. Show up at the other location I did and then I ended up in Lincoln location in time ago. Eric Brilliant So how long ago did you open We opened seven. Years and two days ago yet we're just having our anniversary Tracy, my wife, and I am and my hair puppy dog we. Entered into this for A. Right. How did beer find you all well. Beer found me while I was at Photography School in Toronto and. I changed careers. Thirty years ago. Yeah. So like Mike did Somebody brings homebrew or did you just get interested in was looking for a job to cover my bills and a brewery was advertising an assistant her we're doing a little home brewing at the time with roommate. And nothing too heavy and. I went and applied and they were looking for somebody with zero experience so that they can mold them like clay and they worked quite well. All right. Cool. So how long were you there and that was the Amsterdam brew pub and Tron I started in eighty eight and left in ninety five. To come West right and were you here were you anywhere else before landing here in the name or did you come yet when we first landed in Vancouver there was not a lot of craft brewing on myself and another brewer that I worked under in Toronto started up steam works. And then about a year after the steelworks was opened, the owners wanted to open brew pub in Campbell River on the island. And so we came to the island. To experience the real west coast. opened up a repub which lasted for about ten months as Campbell. River was. Nor close to being ready for cranking right right. They are now. So they are down they are not lately. Yeah. So and so then I take it then you're up in Campbell River, you didn't leave the island. So so how did this all come about then? This came about when Berry Ladele. Brew Master at spinnakers decided to open up a brew pub in Him Oh that was in year two thousand and he was looking for a so he rang me up and I was quite happy to come down and living in our we were tracing. And experience part of the world. So, how long was that process of idea and then? Building. Then Oh for here while it went through a couple of A couple of different. Designs. We had a location downtown, I'm. Right in old town and it was a bit of a weird zoning. Owning they were gonNA, put some limits on the production volumes, and within the bit berries we had it right to design panel, and then shut the project down to a little nervous about not being able to. Have endless amounts of beer produced in just now no room to expand if Niemeyer having a good but and also back, then the liquor board had not confirmed a yes or no whether they were going to prove lounges. No that was a big part of that designed downtown. With with that four though do you think that project would have been able to get him? Yeah. Yeah. I, think. So knowing how you know how integral lounges are too Small Breweries. Now, I think I think we could have a a very nice location and sustained itself with with lounge and not have to pack as much as we do, which has turned into a bit of a Gong Show Oh? Yeah. So. Yeah. So I mean hence the two locations right? I mean that's right. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So what's the size of the Brew House back there and how much have you crank out? So we've got twenty, five hectolitre brews jobs talking hectolitre instead of barrels, and then fifty et hectolitre tanks for fermenting and and storage We can produce probably about sixty five, hundred hectolitres year currently were just under three thousand which is. Manages three staff in the BURRI couple sales guys in and then a few other period plays. It's it's a nice volume for us. We still work a lot NEP but growing would-be. But we're fairly comfortable where we're. Organized. Chaos at this point, right When you have few staff in one goes down it's. A big percentage. Now. Before we continue the COVID nineteen pandemic has radically changed the way we are all living and working but now we are slowly starting to reopen small businesses in British Columbia although travel is somewhat limited throughout the province. There's nothing wrong with planning future trip, and that is what the BC L. Trail is perfect for on the website at BC trail dot ca you'll find recommended. Itineraries. A comprehensive list of every craft brewery NBC, a calendar of beer events and a blog with lots of great stories. The regional include local breweries, pubs, and restaurants along with other activities.

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006. Hanna  - The Cam story

SpyHards Podcast

01:45 min | Last week

006. Hanna - The Cam story

"And I have a funny story actually about this prison break sequence. So. The score for this scene is incredible just incredible and I had it on my ipod at the time I. Don't think it was my iphone yet I can't remember as a while back but a bunch of us from Journalism School Wayne in rented a Airbnb up Whistler Whistler I. Think everyone probably knows because of the Olympics but whistler is a skiing resort town just in BC and so we went up there for. A weekend and a bunch of US stay up later there was like three of us I think three or four tyler, our friend mutual friend Tyler was one of them a who is hosts, the substates transmission star Trek podcast with me, and Scott, you ve appeared on their yourself but we were sitting up the in a bunch of people had gone to bed they were out they were done for the night. And the Hannah score kicked in the pot and was just blasting throughout the the AIRBNB. And Tyler and I were in tears laughing just because album noxious. This was for everyone who was trying to sleep. It's like thumping base going on people were just like shut up and so high energy. Today wake up to it. No one ever mentioned it but we were just in tears laughing about it. I could just see the wake of men like these guys on A. Going on down there we've got like the the glowing souders around our neck. Exactly Yeah you just. The lights are out. The neon things on, you just don t around some reason. I just came down from milk. What's Like. Body paint. The whistles.

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Travel to Oaxaca

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

06:25 min | Last week

Travel to Oaxaca

"I'd like to welcome to the show Susan met Naski from Brooklyn, tropical E. dot com, and that's tropical with an I at the end but a put a link to that in the show notes Susan Welcome to the show. Thank you. Thank you so much for having and Susan. You're coming on the show to talk about one of my favorite places in Mexico. Of course, I haven't been every place Oaxaca. and. Why are you talking about Wocka? Well, it is also one of my favorite places. It's actually my favorite place because I now live here after I think my first trip was in two, thousand, fifteen and. I just kept coming back and back for months at a time, and then finally I had been traveling fulltime for awhile I'm a travel blogger and when I was just ready to settle down, this was the place that was at the very top of my list. Excellent. Well, and I understood after reaching out to Susan that she was a longtime listener, the show which is always fun to hear it is a big honor for me to be on this show when there was a time many years ago I wasn't able to really travel, and this was my constant source of inspiration. I cannot imagine a time not be able to travel except of course now but right. Excellent and why should someone go to Hakka? So I think that the thing about Oaxaca really. So special and is not often matched in other places is that it's so dynamic. There is such a depth and breadth of things to do and learn and taste and understand here. It's so easy to fill a week itinerary full of all these things and not just one type of thing but a huge variety of things. So there's incredible culture here. There's history. An Amazing Food and mess calcined beautiful nature artisan work. So there's really something for everyone and It's just such a dynamic place to learn over of everything excellent. What kind of Tannery or are you going to recommend for us where we're GONNA start so? Worked on this a lot of years there because as I say, there's so much to do and I actually hear over and over again that people come here they plan a long weekend trip and they pair it with Mexico City or the coast or other places in Mexico and. On their first or second day they're already planning a return trip because they realize immediately that there's just such a huge amount of things to do. It's such a beautiful place such a compelling place. So I've come up with a seven day itinerary that I think is really a nice balance of all these different aspects, the nature and the culture and history in the food and artisan work and I. think that's a great way to have your first trip to a Hakka to have a little bit of a balance of all the things and learn a little of everything and. WELL ROUNDED PERSPECTIVE OF OAXACA Going Day one. Well so I have this kind of divided by Oaxaca city and then day trips and I think that one way people go wrong is they don't necessarily know that the day trips and and the villages and the nature sites archaeological sites outside the city the number of things to do outside of the city is equal or more than within the city. So. I think that the best way to kind of approach your race to think of it more or less than a fifty fifty way that maybe you're going to be doing day trips about as many days as you will be just strictly inside the. So I I'd like to just kind of talk about stuff within the city and then later I can get into the day trips if that works for you works remain so. Has Been inhabited since eleven thousand BC. So it has an extremely long history a really in depth history, and that's part of why a lot of the places outside of the city are so important the pre Hispanic archaeological sites and villages that still hold to their traditions. But also the city itself is quite old and the modern day city started to be built in fifteen hundreds when the Spanish were here. So there's still lots of historical sites to see in the city that are important and also beautiful. One of the best places I think to start is south of the Mingo Church that is an ex convent that has now been converted to a church and a museum and a ethnical garden, and it's also just kind of a big meeting point in the city for tourists and for locals as well. It's great for people watch chain there's lots of street food outside. So it's a great place to start, and then the museum there is great. They have lots of great exhibits about the history and Culture Haka. Big. Museum. Not a big museum but. We're seeing and also is a great way to get a look inside at the architecture of this gorgeous ex convent and then the ethnic botanical garden that's on the grounds as well is really fantastic. It's required to take a guided tour. And I wouldn't say it's for everyone because if you it is to at least two hours and it's very in depth about plant life and history culture. And I love it and I think it's amazing. I'm taking up multiple times bill. Some of those plants are important to people because some of the local plants give us things like Miguel so. Exactly. So. But I definitely recommend it for most people. The thing I think is really special is they really go into the history of the most important plants and the cultural significance and you get to see things like the predecessor for Korn that was found here in the valley, and that is one of if not the most important ingredients in food items in all Mexico and a lot of the world, and so there's just a lot of amazing insights and things you can learn about plant life in this really biodiverse state if you're into that kind of thing.

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Boston Police To Hire Mental Health Clinicians In New Budget Proposal

WBZ Afternoon News

01:16 min | 2 weeks ago

Boston Police To Hire Mental Health Clinicians In New Budget Proposal

"The city, Boston Police and Boston Medical Center. 15 new mental health clinicians will be hired to help answer the thousands of 911 mental health calls that come in every year. W. B. C sherry Small has more whilst in police will be getting help answering 911 calls with the hiring of 15 additional mental health clinicians for years Now, the city's had four clinicians on staff. This expansion is significant, and we'll be able to do so much more. Boston City councilor at large The Sasabe George says the new hires will be paid for by money coming out of the Boston police overtime Fund. When we get those I won one called the police respond. Mm. Always responds. Emotionally disturbed person called. We want to make sure that there's also a clinician available, whether that clinician is their corresponding or to be in touch and connect with that resident at another time. That's depending on the seriousness of the crisis. In the moment, she says, police welcome the help please department themselves, recognize and embrace the support that a clinician brings because they to recognize and realize and appreciate that I residents so often don't need a police response. They need a mental health response. Sherry Small W. BC Boston's news radio Some good

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New Study Suggests That Stonehenge Was Built to Amplify Sound During Ancient Ruling-Class Rituals

Kottke Ride Home

01:58 min | 2 weeks ago

New Study Suggests That Stonehenge Was Built to Amplify Sound During Ancient Ruling-Class Rituals

"Research published in the Journal of Archaeological Science indicates that Stonehenge may have been built to amplify sound. Acoustics engineers at the University of Sulfur in Manchester built a one twelve scale model of stonehenge that they called many hinge in order to recreate the sound properties as they would have been when the mysterious structure was built in two, thousand, five, hundred BC E. They did so using laser scans of the site to replicate the exact dimensions and topography him adding extra stones where they are believed to have previously stood and then three D. printing that model quoting art nets researchers then tested the model placing speakers and microphones in and around it while working of universities, Acoustics Research Center, which boasts a specialist Acoustic Chamber to account for the difference in scale sounds were twelve times their normal frequency in the ultrasonic range. The study found that people who spoke were played music inside the monument would have heard clear reverberations against the massive standing stones testing on the model. Also suggests that the stones increased the volume on interior sound kept exterior sound ounce and made it hard for anyone outside the structure to hear what was going on and quotes. They found that the stones were capable of amplifying a human's voice by four decibels without echoing and the fact that you could hear it amplified from within the circle. But not if he were standing outside of Stonehenge lend the researchers to hypothesize it was used for rituals in which only select individuals were allowed to attend. Previous studies have shown that stonehenge homes when the wind is blowing particularly fiercely and also indicated that some of the stones may have been used as percussion instruments during ceremonies. Display these mini auditory features. However, researchers do still believe that the primary determination of the placement of the stones was for astrological alignment.

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Houston coronavirus hospitalization, infection rates continue to drop

Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis

00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

Houston coronavirus hospitalization, infection rates continue to drop

"Houston's Corona virus, hospitalizations, infection rate and overall cases continue to drop. But mayor semester Turner is still upset that Governor Greg Abbott didn't give local leaders like him more control to impose restrictions. You don't bring these numbers down just with a dictate coming from Austin from BC unilateral decision making In an attempt to contain mitigate suppress Corbett 19. It's not a good strategy this week, Governor Rabbit noted, continued positive trends on Corona virus numbers statewide and said he could announce more re openings next week.

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Honeybee venom 'kills some breast cancer cells'

Kottke Ride Home

02:16 min | 3 weeks ago

Honeybee venom 'kills some breast cancer cells'

"Australian. Researchers have discovered that honeybee venom can quickly kill aggressive breast cancer cells. This new research comes from the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research in Perth and was published in the journal Nature Precision Oncology. In addition to killing one hundred percent of triple negative breast cancer and H. E. R. to enriched breast cancer cells within an hour. The specific concentration of the venom was also found to reduce the growth of tumors in mice when combined with existing chemotherapy drugs. The key element in the venom is called Mulligan and actor Sierra Duffy. Search as part of her PhD told ABC quote what the military does is actually enters the surface or the plasma membrane and forms holes or pores, and it just causes the cell to die and quotes. Duffy has found that honeybees from other parts of the world produced similar results, but that bumblebees did nuts. In addition to extracting the venom from honeybees they put to sleep. The scientists also experimented with creating a synthetic form of bulletin which had the same affects. And we'll scientists asked about the research. Agree it's an exciting development Dr Duffy. Herself is quick to caution that it is far from being considered any type of treatment or breakthrough. She said quotes there's a long way to go in terms of how we would deliver it in the body and you know looking at toxicities maximum tolerated doses before it ever went further and quotes. And interesting footnote here, April therapy or the use of bees for medicinal purposes has been on the rise. In recent years. It technically dates back to hippocrates prescription of be things to treat various maladies around four hundred, sixty BC. But took off again as a form of alternative medicine a few years ago and when I say Alternative Medicine, I mean Moseley people getting intentionally stung just like hippocrates in the hopes that it would treat any manner of ailments. And just because medical scientists are now experimenting with the use of Melinda for various treatments even beyond just this one study that doesn't mean it has actually been proven as safe or effective use. Especially when it's not being extracted and prescribed in the lab. So please don't go try to get intentionally stung or at least don't blame me if you do.

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Washington, DC area schools report tech issues

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

Washington, DC area schools report tech issues

"To a rough start in several school systems in Charles County. A system wide outage affected students earlier in the morning, But But school school officials officials now now saying saying the the technical technical challenges challenges with with the the online online learning learning platform platform have have been been resolved. resolved. A A spokesperson spokesperson for for Charles Charles County County Public Public Schools Schools says says students students should should refresh refresh their their browsers browsers and long back in Meantime, in Montgomery, Montgomery County. There have been reports online that the My M CPS classroom where students find links to schedules and classes is down. We've had calls out to Montgomery County Public schools will bring you more from them as we hear it. There are also reports that the tech support hotline for online learning in the district is not working. BC public schools officials there say they're looking into that issue, and we'll keep you

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Navajo man executed in federal prison despite tribal opposition

Native America Calling

03:55 min | 3 weeks ago

Navajo man executed in federal prison despite tribal opposition

"This is National Native News Antonio. Gonzales. The Navajo nation is demanding respect by the federal government saying it will not be pushed aside after the government executed a Navajo man Wednesday in Indiana, in a statement, the Navajo nation expressed sadness to all families involved and called on the government for a meeting to address the death penalty matter thirty, eight year old Lesbian Mitchell the only native American on death row was executed by lethal injection for the killing of a Navajo grandmother and granddaughter in two thousand, one, the tribe stood against the death penalty and instead ask for life sentence leaders of the Navajo nation say it's a sovereignty issue and the death. Penalty goes against cultural beliefs which were ignored by the federal government attorneys for Mitchell. In a statement said, the Federal Government added another chapter to its long history of injustices against native American people, and despite pleas from Navajo leaders, other tribes, native organizations the trump administration executed Mitchell a navajo man for a crime against other Navajo people committed on Navajo land the US. Supreme Court. Denied a request and letters for clemency were sent to President Trump by the national congress of American Indians Thirteen tribes more than two hundred and thirty individuals. The Indianapolis Star reports a statement read the execution from the victim's family said, they waited nineteen years for justice and. Hope. This would bring some closure. There were reportedly no witnesses on. Mitchell's behalf at the execution, the expansion of a British Columbia coal mine upstream of prominent lake and river. North, West Montana will undergo review from the Canadian government. Aaron Bolton reports project is an expansion of tech resources fording the river operation about one hundred miles north of the Montana candidate border data from the US Environmental Protection Agency and the US Geological Survey show that BBC minds are leaching high levels of selenium into the elk river, which is a tributary to Lake Kuchen USA and the Kootenai. River. In Montana and Idaho because the project was deemed an expansion, the provincial government. was set to conduct the Environmental Review. But Canada's Minister of Environment and Climate Change Jonathan Wilkinson issued a decision stating the project would undergo a more intensive federal review after receiving several requests to do so the confederated sailors and Kootenai tribes in Montana along with the Kootenai tribe of Idaho where the first to formally request at the project receiving environmental assessment from the Federal Canadian government confederated salish and Kootenai Department of Natural Resources Head Rich Johnson says Federal Review will apply more scrutiny to the project you know and and we just noticed that for many years the province of BC state of Montana and tech mining have separately and at times collectively. Promised to fix existing problems and for many years have failed to yield improvements to water quality in an emailed statement tech resources called Minister Wilkinson's decision unfortunate and said the provincial environmental review process is rigorous that decision comes as Montana is working to set a selenium standard by the end of the year in conjunction with British Columbia, although there's nothing preventing the provincial government from setting a more lenient. Standard or not setting one at all for national native, News. Erin. Bolton. Tribes in Texas and Louisiana are prepared for hurricane. Laura, the Kushtia tribe of Louisiana laid sandbags for high water and has prepared other emergency measures. The Tribes Casino closed Tuesday as surrounding communities are under evacuation orders. The Alabama shot tribe of Texas evacuated elders to Oklahoma ahead of the storm the category four hurricane hit Louisiana Thursday. I an Tony Allen.

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Washington, DC releases updated high-risk states list

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | Last month

Washington, DC releases updated high-risk states list

"The summer is winding down, but we're not ready for it to end, especially since the Corona virus kept us from doing so many of the things were accustomed to doing some of us might think we can sneak back to Delaware for another trip to the beach. But now, the DC is once again added the state to its list of Corona virus. High Risk states, you might want to reconsider. Mayor Muriel Bowser says residents and visitors need to assume in making any travel plans that health data can change. Including the state's DC considers high risk states that were added to the list include Delaware, Hawaii in South Dakota states that were removed include Montana and New Mexico, She says Anyone who visited Ocean City can use their best judgment on whether to self quarantine. Think it's impractical for our neighbors in Maryland and Virginia to be a part of the quarantine list. Meanwhile, health metrics do not indicate a move to phase three anytime soon. BC health director Dr Luke Wandera Nesbitt says the city could still open pools and some entertainment options in face to

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Delaware Back on Washington DC's List of High-Risk States With Travel Restrictions

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | Last month

Delaware Back on Washington DC's List of High-Risk States With Travel Restrictions

"Some of us are hoping this sneak in one more trip to the beach. Now, the D. C has once again added Delaware to its list of Corona virus, High Risk states. Many are forced to reconsider their plans are story from double D. T O peacemaking. Clark Mayor Muriel Bowser says residents and visitors need to assume in making any travel plans that health data can change. Including the state's DC considers high risk states that were added to the list include Delaware, Hawaii in South Dakota states that were removed include Montana and New Mexico, She says Anyone who visited Ocean City can use their best judgment on whether to self quarantine. Think it's impractical for our neighbors in Maryland and Virginia to be a part of the quarantine list. Meanwhile, health metrics do not indicate a move to phase three anytime soon. BC health director Dr Luke Wandera Nesbitt says the city could still open pools and some entertainment options and face to Meghan Cloherty. W

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Delaware Back on Washington DC's List of High-Risk States With Travel Restrictions

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | Last month

Delaware Back on Washington DC's List of High-Risk States With Travel Restrictions

"Hoping to sneak in one more beach trip. But now that D C is at a Delaware to its list of high risk states is forcing many people to reconsider those plans. Mayor Muriel Bowser says residents and visitors need to assume in making any travel plans that health data can change, including the state's DC considers high risk. States that were added to the list include Delaware, Hawaii in South Dakota. States that were removed include Montana and New Mexico, She says Anyone who visited Ocean City can use their best judgment on whether to self quarantine. Think it's impractical for our neighbors in Maryland and Virginia to be a part of the quarantine list. Meanwhile, health metrics do not indicate a move to phase three anytime soon. BC health director Dr Luke Wandera Nesbitt says the city could still open pools and some entertainment options and face to Meghan Cloherty. W T o P News, Meantime,

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Dr. Andrew Weil - Spontaneous Happiness

The Ultimate Health Podcast

04:40 min | Last month

Dr. Andrew Weil - Spontaneous Happiness

"Doctor Wyle. Welcome back to the show. Thanks good to be here again while we got a lot to get into really enjoyed our first conversation and we got into a lot of different stuff and I wanNA take time and get into some new subjects get a bit deeper into some of the stuff we covered last time but you're such a wealth of knowledge and have so many different areas of expertise would I decided to do was pick one of your many books which I pick spontaneous happiness and Kinda use that as an underlying. Theme for our chat today. Okay. So a lot we can get into within that. But first of all, let's talk about your post you put up on instagram yesterday you you shared a short video of yourself eating the prince, which is a mushroom I hadn't heard of this one before. So tell me about in how long have you been consuming it well, it's one of my favorite mushrooms. It's not a common one I found that various parts of the country the property where I live at the moment in British Columbia they come up. At this time of year and sometimes in the fall, it's a big. Very Meaty, beautiful mushroom us, fairly easy to identify. It's related to the button mushroom. That's in that same family. It has a very strong fragrance of almond extract that persists when you cook the mushroom. So it's just delightful and I was so happy to find these and they tend to get attacked by insect larvae very early on. So it's hard to find a specimens that are intact and the ones that I found your so far have been completely pristine. So sliced them up, sauteed them in olive oil little salt and pepper, and they're great knifes some more coming up that I'm going to. Pick today Nice. So you're foraging those rate on your property. Yeah. Yeah. Just a few steps away from my house. Very cool. Any other mushrooms or any other forging going on this time? Of Year the Mane Mushroom time here is the fall of particularly october-november. This been an unusual season here with a lot of a lot of rain cooler temperatures. So we also had Shanta rails fruiting, which normally don't do that at this time of year. So I had a meal of those as well. Nice, and with the whole pandemic going on I know normally spend the summers see where you're at now and the. Winters down in Tucson was a hard for you to get up north in get to your your summer home while fortunately I married a Canadian last year. So I was able to get in as an immediate family member. The border is still closed. Congrats I didn't know you'd gotten married congrats to that. Yes. Thanks. So what about the gardens? How're the gardens doing? They're fantastic it's unusual weather. There is a very hot early spring here, and then it's been cool and rainy but things are doing really well I've been harvesting lot of lettuce herbs potatoes tomatoes aren't right yet corn is tasked. Laying beginning years I have a lot of bees I get a great deal of my food from the garden. Let's talk about besides the food and this ties into the whole topic a happiness that we're going to really dig into talk about on a mental and spiritual level. What do you get from being in the garden while first of all to connection with nature and when I was looking into the reasons for the epidemic of depression that we have in North America, you know one of the factors in Addis disconnection from nature I mean there are many other factors, but that's certainly one of them. Even been described as nature deficit disorder I. Think any way you can connect with nature spending time outdoors. If you're stuck indoors even being around houseplants or companion animals is helpful but I, think that's something we really need for mental emotional and spiritual well-being right and talk about how you go about incorporating houseplants in tier environment in the home and specifically what that does. and My home in Tucson, my home is really filled with house plants here in BC. Since I'm not here, all year, I don't have plans inside but I have a you know an incredible landscape and forest here and and Garden Bing around plants makes me happy and I'm very tuned into their well being you know people talk about having green thumbs or Brown thumbs I think it's mostly a matter of paying attention that if you pay attention plants, let you know what they need or what they're not getting. Have you always been a green thumb or something that took you a lot of years to get to. Now it's from early childhood and something I got from my mother that she got from her mother even though I grew up in a row. House in Philadelphia had very little land around it my mother and I would garden we plant sayings and Plant Bulbs and that really awakened my interest in the plant world, and ultimately that led me to be to study botany as an undergraduate.

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A Look Into Stronger and Harvest Spice

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

04:52 min | Last month

A Look Into Stronger and Harvest Spice

"I we want to take a deep dive into the stronger protective blend. The bright uplifting sent of stronger helps to evoke feelings of wellness and vitality whenever you need it the most. Powerful combination of rose. Let's. Cedar Wood and Frankencense essential oils bring a strength and a utility to this blend that we know you'll love. The rose. A symbol. Of. Beauty. Love. Purity. and Faith for centuries. There are over one hundred species of roses and the world each with their own history and legacy. The rose that we will be focusing on is the Rosa Damascene. Ah. More commonly known as the d-mass grows or sometimes as the rows of Casteel. It's a rose that has been written about throughout literature. With the fame Syrian poet knees are couponing writing. I come to you from the tales of the Damascene rose that depicts the history of all fragrance. Shakespeare reference, the flower and his play twelfth night as well as his sonnet one thirty. And the English poet Thomas Rivers wrote a whole owed to the Damascus grows. Now. Oldest known tangible historic evidence for the existence and possible use of roses. Comes to us from the Minoan civilization. The evidence is in the form of. Of a fresco from the palace at. In Thirty, seven, hundred BC. The Damascus froze gets its name from Damascus the capital of Syria were the rose originates. The French Crusader Robert Debris who took part in the siege of Damascus in eleven forty eight at the second crusade. Is sometimes credited for bringing the mask rose from Syria to Europe? However other accounts state that the ancient Romans brought it to their colonies in England. And a third account is that the physician of King Henry the eighth. Gifted him one in fifteen forty. Whatever way it made its not Europe, it has made a large impact. On not only the culture but also the economy. For instance in Bulgaria. In Bulgaria's Rose Valley, the Damascus rose has been grown an picked for more than three hundred years. and. It's the center of the modern rose industry. The rose has been utilized in everything from cooking to perfumes and rose waters to even some traditional medicinal practices. And now it brings a beautiful floral note and years of tradition to this blend. Lithium might be the oil and this blend that you might be the most unfamiliar with. It belongs to the Lorraine J. Family, which includes the true. And it's relatives although it's a very broad family that includes things from the bay leaf to the Avocado. Lychee Cuba commonly known as May. Be Chinese pepper or Mountain. Pepper is a small tree native to southern China and Tropical Southeast Asia. The tree bears Pale, lemon scented flowers and small fruits that looked like peppers. Which is where the nicknames come from. Although, it is native to southern China and other parts of Tropical Southeast Asia it is most widely cultivated in Japan. Taiwan and China.

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know your rights before you talk to the police

Sword and Scale

04:52 min | Last month

know your rights before you talk to the police

"The criminal justice. System. It's a pretty elegant thing crafted over centuries of refinement. You know some people don't even realize that our system of law and justice predates the birth of this country. By centuries. When settlers came to America, they brought English common law with them. And although there have been modifications and additions to that system, the basic structure remained. Things like precedent, which is the basic concept of relying on previously decided cases and using those established guidelines traditions. If, you've ever heard to lawyers argue they'll say things like Miranda, the Arizona. That's a reference to a prior already decided case that instructs the judge on how to rule on the case before the. It's up to the judge to weigh all the various arguments for a fair decision. And if there's clear precedent than the judge will usually rely on that previous ruling. Otherwise, he may decide to go the opposite way and in doing. So create new law and set a new precedent. That's often not the case and doing so could lead to an appeal and a reversal from a higher court. Anyway. This is starting to turn into a civics lesson, but it's funny just how many normal everyday citizens don't even know the basics of how our system of laws and justice works. It's really quite something. Even before the English, modernized in the seventeenth century, the roots of law date all the way back to Greek and Roman civilizations. In Ancient Greece if you killed somebody, their family had the right to kill you. At the end of the seventh century BC a man named Drako. The first legislator of Athens wrote a series of laws regarding intentional and unintentional homicide. The punishment for most of these cases was death. That's where the term draconian laws comes from. It refers to the overly harsh antiquated punishment for a crime. Thankfully since then we've made a lot of modifications to the law and our Constitution reflects the society that puts the rights of the individual before the needs of the state. For example. That case I mentioned a minute ago Maranda v Arizona. Well, that's the case where the concept of Miranda rights originated. We'll talk more about that later. But for now, all you need to know is that you should never talk to cops. They're not there to help you or be your friend. They're not looking out for your best interests when you're sitting in that hard cold chair of their eight by eight foot interrogation room. Oh. And before you start constructing your angry emails, I don't care if your husband or father best friend is a cop. I'm not saying all cops are bad. So calm your outrage. I'm giving you good solid life advice based on years of experience with cases like this. When you find yourself across from a COP whose? Questions about a crime. The only thing they're trying to do at that point is to get you to slip up so they can put you in jail. That is after all their job pudding criminals in jail. So, if you did something, don't talk to cops. If you didn't do something. Don't talk to cops just say it with me folks. Don't talk to cops. Ask for a lawyer at follow their advice. Or you may find yourself in the same predicament. That William hurt that. Jones statistically talking earlier. Wouldn't the information you'll and make sure we know who we're talking to. We can this all the time. Give me your personal. Legal name is middle. Name Jeffrey. J.. or You. Anyway. Evansville Indiana is sometimes referred to as Kentuckiana. The EVANSVILLE metropolitan area includes counties in both Kentucky and Indiana Google Map it's confusing. It is however a great example of Gerrymandering. Evansville directly borders one section of the Ohio River. In the summer of two, thousand, twelve, eighteen year old William hurt an Evansville. Native had just found himself in that cold ugly interrogation room. He was talking to Kentucky State Police officers about his alleged involvement in a suspected murderer.

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"bc" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

08:03 min | 2 months ago

"bc" Discussed on The Big Story

"This time last summer, Canada was consumed with story to teens on the Lam wanted for murder, lease and military had launched a nationwide manhunt. Try to find McLeod Brirish Miguel Ski. Rugged terrain and somewhere in the vast northern landscape rcmp believed McLeod and Briar. Goski are on the run. Two of the most wanted men in the country all these teams have been traveling be Berta, Scotch and a now Manitoba, but now they're also concerns in Ontario comparatively friends and family in their small coastal British Columbia town that they relieving find work. Instead they found and murdered Lucas. Fowler, China, these and Leonard Dick. The killers bodies were eventually discovered in early August in the deep Bush northern Manitoba End of across Canada manhunt that left the country on edge, said the bodies RCMP found video footage of the pair, confessing to the killings, and then pledging to end their own lives in a murder suicide. Now you're later. You're seeing peer just finishing up some administrative tasks before they consider it. Case closed, but a huge haunting questions still hangs over the case. Why did they do it? I'm. Sitting in for Jordan Heath Rawlings, and this is the big story. Alex mckean is a reporter for the Toronto Star in their Vancouver Bureau. She reported on the teen manhunt as it unfolded last summer, and wrote about the one year anniversary with her star colleague Kwan Alex. thanks for being with us today. Thanks for having me this case. Consumed the country in the early part of last summer. Why. Do you think that is like? What was the really compelling piece about this whole narrative? I think there were a few things that that relief stole people's attention about this story in particular one of course being the news about these victims who were found dead on the side of the highway, all three of them, I think they they were really shocking. These were people who seem to be living good lives. They were all on vacation and they seem to have just run into some awful situation on the side of the highway. At first there were there were very. LITTLE EXPLANATIONS FOR WHY They died the way they did. Of course, Lucas, Fowler and China DC. They were on this road trip, going up to a hot springs together this relief, happy young couple who were celebrating their time together, so that was that was incredibly sympathetic to people they were they were looking at them, and thinking all I remember when I was young, and in love and wanting to travel around, so I think that was really heartbreaking to hear about that and then Leonard Dick as well. Of course he was He was this incredibly unique man who just had this absolute curiosity for the doors and would often go on these trips, traveling on his own at two to remote places, such as northern BC so I think people were really shocked to hear those deaths in the first place, the other element to this that really captured people's attention was at who the suspects were and to this day there's still a lot of blank spots in our knowledge about who can McLeod. Embarrassment Goski were, but we know that they were incredibly young. They were eighteen nineteen. They they routine adults, but teenager is still. People were asking the question in her still asking the question, what could have motivated them to to do such a thing, and not only that, but then turn around and and drive across the country, trying to evade capture by by police which they managed to do for quite a long time. Yeah, the idea of like kids on the Lam you know with this capability, and then just the. The way that it played out over days. You know no one knew what was going to happen next, they they were. You know suspects. Who are you know hiding in the Bush like the deep Bush remember that like just yeah, absolutely, and that's that's it. People were were really watching with bated breath. I think I certainly was watching with bated breadth There was a certain point where. We know that they went into into the Gillam area in Manitoba, and that was a remote spot where it's one road in one road out so ever owner saying while they're cornered, they will be found eventually, and as the days went by, it just seemed less and less likely that they would be found alive. So I think that was something that. That everyone was really. Really really curious to see what would happen I. Guess on For one part of it, but also. Anxious about it, because if the suspects are found dead, which ultimately they were then, that means all sorts of other things. It means there's there's probably never going to be a full explanation for what happened and of course it's it's another loss of life so there is that as well? Yeah, with all complete due respect to the the victims families, the stood, play out like a movie and a lot of ways, and you you mention this tragic and obviously for the victims families because they don't Ha- ultimately have a an answer for why or or or sort of even just that. Comfort like okay they're. They're caught and they're going to have to hold be held accountable. eventually I'm curious to know what is the status of this case now a year later, especially given the fact that these two young men were found dead. yeah, it's it's a good question and a fair question when my colleague and I were contacting the RCMP last week to write vote the anniversary of this case. The answer that we got back from them was that the case is practically essentially closed. They're not investing anymore. Certainly a I don't know exactly what these tasks would be, but they said that they have some kind of administrative tasks. They're tying up. For All intents and purposes, the case is closed in. They're not investigating anymore. The most interesting piece of that being that they never did determine a motive for for this case at all so. There is no motive but. They're no longer looking for one I guess they don't have to find the motive. It's that seems like a really difficult thing to grapple with you. Know I guess like what's their job as a police I, guess to just apprehend the suspects, or or what you know, it seems like a blank spaces. You characterized it before to not know or even be curious about. A motive. Yes, they did. Stop looking for one in. You're right I. mean they're not. Their job is to determine who committed these These crimes and they said from very early on that these were the suspects who they believe were responsible. They determined with the what they call the high degree of certainty that that it was in fact, these people especially after their bodies were found in, and they had a couple of videos that they had made on on a camera camera. That actually belonged to Leonard Dick which I find very sad. And on that camera they had bid confessed to the killings so. The police from their point of view have determined that they were the suspects and that they have died in. There won't be trial or anything like that, so yeah, I mean from from that point of view. I guess from investigative point of view. There doesn't need to be a motive in order to to prove what happened. to to their standard. I think for a lot of those of us who've been watching pretty. Keenly. There is something that really does feel like. It's missing there. It's not very It's hard to resolve I guess without knowing why on Earth. This happened the way it did especially with such young suspects. and to to your point about the victims,.

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"bc" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

05:06 min | 2 months ago

"bc" Discussed on Front Burner

"So, I, mentioned earlier that Riley Sandra hasn't responded to any of these allegations. Why not? You know that's anybody's guess right now. He This all kind of exploded in the filing of a class action lawsuit and I actually received a copy of the class action lawsuit. The sort of night it went public went onto facebook page at the time within hours. All of the pictures on that facebook page had vanished. It had been shut off to the public. He has never responded publicly to this from what we know the lawyers because there's there's the class action. There's also individual lawsuits against him. They've had trouble tracking him down. Nobody has been able to serve him with these documents according to the lawyers and so you know his whereabouts are unknown. And he hasn't been criminally charged. Could that change. It could what's happened is the author of mounted an investigation into his actions. Remember I, mean there serious allegations here of of fraud of misappropriation of funds I mean just in the basics of his employment record, according to the court record. When he applied for jaw back in nineteen, ninety six, he provided the BC government with a certificate to saying he had a bachelor of social work from the University of Manitoba that turns out to have been faked and so you know there's there's fraud alleged those results of that investigation have been turned over to BBC's prosecution service, and now we're waiting to see whether they'll make the decision to charge on. So. The province is proposing compensation for the harm inflicted on the young people that were in saunders care. What do we know about how? All of this has impacted their lives. Well. You. Know what we've heard from them. Is that they've wound up in? Serious situations of neglect some have been sexually exploited. Some have been homeless. Some have been physically abused. They lost. Educational Opportunities and as I mentioned, many have lost touch with abilities to connect with with their indigenous roots and culture, and so what the province is proposed, he is that anybody who was in his calf for ninety days or more, starting April two thousand one until he laughed in two thousand, eighteen should get twenty five thousand dollars. No questions asked. There's an additional forty four thousand dollars on top. Top of that for indigenous climates I'm, and then there's going to be kind of an adjudication panel set up an all with a view to try not to retraumatize children as they go through this, but basically that to determine amounts up to an additional one hundred eighty one thousand dollars, depending on what happened to them in terms of Sexual Exploitation homelessness, abuse all of those things..

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"bc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:27 min | 3 months ago

"bc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Why BC the race at Talladega on in the background yesterday I had some family over for father's day and I was kind of I thought it was kind of cool that it was going to have fans in the stands there with a lot about five ten thousand fans in the stands got rained out unfortunately the racing right now looks like they're on another rain delay right now the the geico five hundred race to later on this one no I did not I should've my account starting with a little lower so I got to be very strategic with my next bed or else it's gonna be down to zero right now I got the you know some some expenses coming up so I'm going to be very strategic interest be **** nilly button on Russian soccer and ping pong and tennis and I've missed your two AM tax some sort of border the so there was some ugly missed yesterday at NASCAR Talladega the have confirmed Askar did a noose was found hanging in Bubba Wallace's garage at the Talladega speak superspeedway here is over of course the walls of NASCAR's only African American driver he was very big I'm pushing for the removal of Confederate flags at events here is ESPN NASCAR reporter Marty Smith on how it's being dealt with NASCAR's senior official told me they're going to do whatever it takes to make sure that whoever this is they did this is figured out they're gonna look at video and they made the decision immediately that they're going to investigate this to the fullest extent Hey my question is it doesn't seem like there's a lot of people that have access to these garages at this point in time with NASCAR was social distancing mitigating you know fans with with passes that are allowed to come down and check things out none of that is happening right now it's like what ten twenty people to above pit crew and that's if they should be able to find out who did this very easy well yeah because they were threatening before the race couple weeks ago that have guys even interacted with each other before the race they would be fined suspended at center that's how serious they were taking the the social distance thing so they should be able to figure this out about three minutes and if you ever and maybe somebody who knows NASCAR better than than I do can weigh in on this even though I have won a couple bets that driver thank you very tell the you would think if you have a multi million dollar piece of machinery there you might have a camera to on an all time so I I mean this should be pretty easy to piece together to regain them the the race got postponed yesterday due to weather and now it's actually postponed again right now there's a what another weather delay but another thing another kind gross thing that happened yesterday was that high above the track an hour prior to the start of the race there was a plane it with the Confederate flag and an accompanying message that said to de fund of NASCAR I mean it's just ugly mess down there right now because again Bubba Wallace the only African American driving in NASCAR right now had a big push for the removal of the Confederate flag and that's exactly what NASCAR did they are no longer fans are no longer allowed to to display that flags or somebody actually took the time paid somebody or me who knows I should be pretty easy to find out who this is a fluke with Confederate flag over this Talladega superspeedway instead D. funds NASCAR which then ask you wonder what that little stunt cost because what it was like to think of something better to do with that money unbelievable got some audio here and this is really like scary to me this guy lives somewhere where there's bears all over the place you live like out of the woods in some guy he was on his balcony trying to shoo away a bear that was eating from a bird senior hanging from a nearby tree so he walks out and sees this bear climbing up a tree even because bird feeder here's what that sounded like it's going to turn off the tree no don't be a hero yeah don't start down there no no old no down there yeah your respond to forty dollars hello dear and once the video the bridges look at him like I would be eating your head right now if I could get to you I don't think going yeah no no all executives that going to actually do scare a big Big Bear trying to get in the bird feeder I do the same thing with my English bulldog Bruce in the backyard multiple times a day it works with them would you do with the old man for father's day we watch the golf did you have did you bet on the Gulf I was so close to making big money Corey Conners who is eighty five to one I was actually in the lead on on Saturday and then the wheels came off in his win over the house did kicks grill out have some beers I made him cook I mean I got a card so you don't get in the car I did get a card but he says the U. S. open on Thursday so it was the RBC heritage but it's not the same I mean they're dead so they're sure they have the father's day will be celebrated on Sunday the U. S. open when is that windows and he was a temporary thing yeah I we have the family over yesterday grandma came over my dad and some other family all kind of together in the garage and hung out and grow out of Bristol yeah we got one of Traeger grills together smokers and put a brisket on there about nine o'clock in the mornings look at puppy simmer until six yeah it was so delicious my wife's company these for father's day was awesome she carries bows sunglasses and they connect to your iPhone but there's no so you can listen to music while you're wearing the sunglasses but there's no like your bugs or anything the speakers kind of go into your head in you can just hear it like I don't I don't get it it's amazing amazing technology the baddest things that I don't love you that even exist and they're making it up look it up and bows and bows and Lou tooth some to buy it but there's no ear buds in a but I could still and you can't hear from the outside it's not like it's not it doesn't have speakers just because like in your head it's alien technology really what it is rob time travelers coming up after five o'clock more Donald Trump more of what you may have missed during the rally at Tulsa on Saturday night.

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"bc" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

05:36 min | 3 months ago

"bc" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

"I think a year or two ago like that's the last pair of shoes bought his. I don't need a variety here. It's like I just the last thing I can have my foot in like forty degree heat the happier I am out. But I forgot like how important it is to be able to try the modern because I remember when I was home. I think it was looking at buying like some winter shoes, or whatever now is the frustrating thing is like? Oh, good all these options online, but like Damn I. Don't WanNa get them show up in the mail and then be like. Oh, they don't fed. So I can see. I can see that a pretty big important thing. Of Online was like thirty percent of our business or so we found that It was fun to see it. Be One hundred percent. because. I always did want to increase it. But. It probably hasn't. Increased much because everybody was worried, you know everybody was. Watching their They had any investment savings. You know all that stuff that the bank had convinced them to put into mutual funds. They're. Losing twenty percent or something. So. I feel like it's picked up a little bit but I. Don't know what it's GonNa be like afterwards known. So I mean with BC right now like I think they've. There's been some relaxing right from what I've been hearing from other people. Yeah, they've been. There were restrictions. Put into place soon after right around when we decided to close the fiscal store. With restaurants and food establishments places like that But yet. But all the retail places closed his. No one wanted to shop there anyway. with some are opening now and there are work safety see. Does have like guidelines for businesses I think they might be requirements for businesses resembles. That is, but I don't know that any retail businesses are going to. Fall under those guidelines. But restaurants. You know are still aren't allowing nightclubs ours..

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:55 min | 4 months ago

"bc" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"BC news radio sixty degrees in Boston at six o'clock good evening I'm Madison Rogers and here's what's happening new projected that death tolls for America in this pandemic Dr Christopher Murray is the director of the university of Washington's institute for health metrics and evaluation he spoke on CBS's face the nation this morning and explained why his team raise the estimate well what's driving the change is simply put the the rising mobility and and that's the the key driver we're seeing in some state you know a twenty percentage point increase in just ten days in mobility and that will translate into a more human contact more transmission originally the national death toll was predicted to be over a hundred thousand now the institute's projecting more than a hundred and thirty seven thousand Americans will die from corona virus the day Massachusetts state home order an essential business shutdown is set to expire is now just over a week away and the latest numbers from the state department of public health show we're still in the thick of the battle against covert nineteen the number of deaths today a hundred and thirty nine bringing the state total to just under five thousand the total number of positive cases now over seventy seven thousand the percentage of people currently hospitalized with the virus holding steady at four percent and eight hundred and ten people are fighting for their lives in the ICU there's increasing concern over positive Kobe cases at the White House A. B. C.'s Karina Mitchell reports that the president and vice president are now being tested daily specials confirming increased efforts to disinfect common areas in the west wing staffers now wearing masks around the grounds however just days after president trump's personal valet tested positive for covert nineteen the president is seen meeting with military leaders in the cabinet room no one is wearing a mask three of the country's highest ranking health officials are now self quarantining after a possible exposure to the virus this including Dr Anthony Fauci thought she is still scheduled to testify this week before a Senate panel about the pandemic after a week of record setting job loss numbers the White House senior adviser Kevin Hassett said on CBS face the nation this morning he expects things to get worse before they get better asset saying unemployment sneering depression era records and could end up topping twenty percent he also discussed the possibility of another round of stimulus payments saying he prefers a wait and see approach we've built a bridge that pretty much you know lasts for for quite a bit of time right now with that nine trillion dollars and then the question really becomes is phase for really going to be extending the bridge.

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"bc" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

10:20 min | 5 months ago

"bc" Discussed on The Big Story

"The British Columbia and Ontario where the two provinces had I by Kofi Nineteen. They recorded their first cases just a day apart back at the end of January and BC. In fact was the first place but evidence was found of the virus spreading in the community that was march fifth at looked like BC might have just as much trouble as Ontario at that point. But it hasn't since then. British Columbia has been a model of how to control a pandemic and in the past couple of weeks. The province seems to have successfully flattened the curve and in the process. It has made a star out of its provincial health officer as of Monday British Columbia had less than two thousand cases of cove in nineteen four comparison Ontario had more than fourteen thousand and Quebec was closing in on twenty five thousand. Yes the Central. Canadian provinces are two and three times the size of BC but those numbers are much lower than the population would suggest what happened and British Columbia that didn't happen and Ontario and Quebec. What can other provinces learn from? Bc's approach how much of this was preparation. How.

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"bc" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

Cascadian Beer Podcast

04:36 min | 6 months ago

"bc" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

"Pretty much Manitoba to the Yukon. We send a little bit of product North Most of our product is consumed NBC and Albert. We send send a fair amount Alberta but they sort of get the short end of the stick when we get busy and you know everything starts to get hyper local everything your distribution polls pulls in so yeah just a very regular on the lower mainland in out to the island to right. Yeah and we're lucky. We have great following great support in the valley. I would say eighty percent of what we may kits consumed in in this valley which were super blessed to have that following right so somebody was wanting to get into a brewing beer. Themselves would be some advice that you can give them a home brewing or efficiently Well yeah both sides all sides. Yeah I if I mean the first start is you have to have a pallet. You'd have to you know if you love good food. If you love that sort of thing you know it'll be a natural fit to to start brewing and following fears that you like and I think that's you know that's an important thing is is if you do get into brewing is to debris the things that you like to drink and we try really hard to do that here. Where we you know if you start doing things that you're just like I don't regularly drink that it will definitely show so Yeah and education you know. There's there's some really cool things going on. Abc's Fars Education goes and that's a very good step but when we hire people here at Cantor we look for people that are well rounded you know. They have other life experiences weather. It is food or industry or that sort of thing. I don't think to this date. We've ever hired anybody that has education like formal burri education. But it's definitely on the list. We know we need to look at those well-qualified people as well all right cool. Well what are you doing next We just did our seasonal Cezanne that we do call Meadow Lark. Were just trying to keep up just released our Africa. We we have a son blink berries our which has blown up on us like we just can't keep it in tank so sorta hard to to be looking towards what's next when you can't even like keep things in inventory that that you already are making rights and we are just a little bit of a sneak doing some some work on our brand and so there'll be some cool stuff coming up here shortly in the next three or four months tweet. There'll be there'll be a good change to some some of our core things so wait. Share that with everybody looking forward to that and who inspires you to brew beers like but what sort of other breweries do you look up to. Do you know the the the peers you know whether it's somebody that's been in the game for just a few years or you know when I first started you know. I was lucky enough to people like Paul Hatfield and Gary Lohan and people like that who they're there when you talk about craft beer NBC and sort of where it sort of took off. They're the ones that are sort of responsible for that. You know so. There's sort of the old guard in the in the sense of ABC craft beer so and they've grown exponentially like central city. Has just you know from where they were in that Little Group? Hug when I first went to the first ever cast festival that they had to where they are now. It's just amazing. So that stuff sort of yeah definitely inspirational to see that don kind of growth in in a province that is you know it's going to continue to grow. You know we've got whole bunch starting in Colona and that's going to be really cool to see to see where we go. We're headed to the seas here in a couple of weeks. Canadian brewing awards and is always just mind blowing when you go out there and even from year to year you know. We sort of get focused on what's going on. A. B. C. And then you see what's happening in Canada in general is amazing. They're working on Canada wide craft brewers guild. Now too right. So it's just GonNa make the industry just that much more solid and have that much more influence right. It's it's GonNa be great grandma. Thanks for us. I mean it's a busy day. Thanks so much for your time. You Bet all right thank you. So much of the team a cannery. Burri it was a great time when I was out visiting. And your guys looking forward to getting back to visiting. Houston before we get into our next interview. I just WanNa take a moment to talk about the BC L. Trail and thank them again for making this episode possible recently named Canada's.

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"bc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:50 min | 6 months ago

"bc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"White BC mash up a compromise indigo with I don't know is one of the world's you can like say you're gonna do something not do something on paper like okay you got to stay Tony Katz of ninety three W. I. B. C. good morning so good to be with you this is of course about the nonprofit foundation that they were supposed to create in building out indigo in building up the redline purple and blue line and it was supposed to raise ten percent of of the funds to be able to operate the system course they passed the tax and everything else and well they they never thought about creating the foundation I mean that is what happened until people start noticing haven created the foundation I never really thought about creating the foundation they're supposed to raise ten percent to match of the fifty four million dollars in tax revenues and income tax revenues mostly five point four million dollars they've been in operation for two months they raise a little bit more than thirty five thousand dollars this according to Russ McQuaid who's really doing a good job of this reporting over at fox fifty nine so now the compromise says okay you only have to raise two percent this year four percent next year and then ten percent after that if they don't raise the money the difference is actually withheld from them the argument that indigo is making is these are vital bus services and you're hurting the people of Indianapolis the red line is hurting the people of Indianapolis Louie's wine dive has decided to leave indie now full disclosure I've been to Louie's wine dive on on mass Avenue that it just has just closed and if I was not impressed nice beautiful all that jazz just food wise was not impressed and I do think there is something unique to Indianapolis up places that do make it but they closed on eight in broad ripple and they say very clearly in part because of the redline business is impacted by the red line is just unbelievable it's massive I get that somebody who lives on on the red line or at a stop really loves it but that's on the total evidence I'm talking about actual dollars and cents being lost by the city and Washington they want to put that was in the blue or the purple line I never remember on Washington it is absolutely brutal absolutely positively awful the amendment commits the Indiana department transportation to seek out a third party engineering study to look at the proposed plans for the lanes along Washington Street as part of its blue line project what happens when the independence that he says yeah you shouldn't do this this is not what happens when the people say please don't do this don't do it you don't have the ridership you are of the people you don't have a ticket system you had to get new bosses guys wait take a rough can't we date a little bit before we jump right in the sack get to know each other maybe go out for a glass of wine not at Louise wine dive because they close because the red line and broader of Delaware let Indianapolis find out whether or not they're really into you before you start moving in and moving our stuff around them putting your shirts where where are where our church used to be we don't want you filling up our closet.

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"bc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:03 min | 7 months ago

"bc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"BC I don't know why but I've been really fascinated with reddit's lately like the chat how's the place we can go to we'll get some conversations on reddit we should only cat house I have sensitive cat health longer and there was a question posted on the site what's the dumbest thing that you believed as a kid like for some people it's you know if you make a silly face it'll stay that way or things like that does anything come to mind for you knowledge argued with a million dollars in the publishers clearing house sweepstakes has those my grandma got those in the mail all the time that you want I can show them to go to the mail together the mail I can back million dollars Graham all million dollars also I was very terrified of a quick sand everywhere I went really he I thought I thought because I thought like if I went for a walk in the woods there was a good possibility I would feel here in Indiana with the quicksand bill list in quicksand some of the things that were mentioned on this thread dumb things you thought as a kid that if you go to take a peek in your taking a drink they will continue until you're done drinking all water fountains like right I have some I thought you could get sucked in if you flush the toilet while you were sitting down as a kid really yeah how to get up first before determining grandparents were just assigned to families it wasn't anybody's dad or anything he just had a court appointed grandpas they became part of your family our producer T. K. dub was there something that you believed as a kid and it was kind of dumb yeah but real quick I want to play this ever watch cat house so hi the thing that I believed was the yellow five ingredient and mountain dew would kill your sperm count so I tried to wax do kill your sperm I don't know why but there is an urban legend floating around that the yellow five ingredient and mountain dew and other like kind of like sugary candies if I saw yellow five on the package I didn't drink it because I was told that it would kill your sperm can want you boys to swim I still want my boys to swim that was an actual I just typed in mountain dew sperm count in your goal in the first article that pops up that says mountain dew does not cause infertility or lower current account when consumed in moderation you want to hear some funny actually went to my doctor when I got a little bit older and he debunked that urban legend for me and told me that yellow five does not kill your sperm cavity laughed about you as soon as you know I'm sure you did some of the other things that people wrote on the thread one user wrote I believe the hamburger and hot dog buns were only available for restaurants not civilian most of the time I use regular sliced bread when I was a kid now right any bonds right I same here that's why somebody thought that only restaurants got the ability to have a hot dog and hamburger buns what about stupid things you believe when you're an adult I got up until a few weeks ago I thought I call them squatters because even in the toilet they have a squad down to go to the bathroom I just learned with the real meaning of squirrels police ago stupid things you believe at all I don't know everything is free college free health care alone causes a corona virus the odds of a young girl being discovered by an industry insider while singing to herself pumping gas one in three hundred million the cost of the daughter of a clergyman from Severn Maryland spending eleven weeks at number one on the US singles charts one ninety million the cost of going on to win seven Grammy awards one in one point four million the odds of selling over.

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WIBC 93.1FM

01:31 min | 7 months ago

"bc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"BC traffic on the fives and map there in the W. I. B. C. driver center what's happened hi Judy we're looking at west bound for sixty five around you as thirty one Madison Avenue area and we do have a crash it's over on the right shoulder looks like I think I'm sure get off on the shoulder into the gravel should be you know so they're often to the shoulder we have a back go back to I sixty five a idea it's pretty they're going through there at the moment we're also looking at a massively that's still slow from she landed to the north what with the crash is gone yes cleared in the north but it was on the right shoulder it's not anymore on the east side north bound for sixty five slope and bike of the seventy fifth traffic sponsored by accountants do you need accounting professionals for long term or recurring project accountant salary professional service provides exclusive access to top talent account of the robber have company I've met bear with traffic on the vice father was on Twitter at W. why BC traffic it is fifteen degrees in the American standard heating weather center the time right now is a sixteen yeah Hey and so okay this officially there's somebody who it sends a message to the W. icy Facebook page calling I see all the messages that we seek at and the message was where is Tony counts now from this.

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"bc" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

Cascadian Beer Podcast

08:46 min | 9 months ago

"bc" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

"Welcome to the CASCADIA and beer podcast. My name's Aaron and I'm a Cascadia in this podcast series profile. The breweries of Cascadia a region. That has a strong presence in the international beer scene. Cascadia is a bio region in the Pacific northwest on the North American continent made up of the US state of Washington and Oregon as well as the Canadian province of British Columbia. If this I I'm here welcome. I hope you enjoy this. Episode of the PODCAST. If you like it. Police said subscribe in your favorite podcast APP. That way you'll never miss an episode earlier. This year I was very fortunate to travel to a region of the province. I've always wanted to visit. I hit the road and headed north to Belmont British Columbia in the small town in the interior. They have an award winning brewery and a pretty awesome beer festival as well. I sat down with the general manager of three ranges brewing. I'm Michael Lewis General Manager of three ranges brewing company and three ranges. I believe Yeah. I think this is the farthest north brewery. Now I've done really. I mean rupert have okay. There's sort of need to work on my jock. Probably like a couple of like minutes. Yes more north than we are. Okay Rupert still to title there we go. Yeah Cornell well yeah a title but if you talk to you won't visit it but for Saint John's going to be here this weekend with ADP so while you need to go up there. That's a couple of hours ago. So the second furthest North Brewery to date this taping here in beautiful valmont. I had a lot of people. Ask Me when I was coming up. Where is that so I think it's best that a local contrarian describe it here where we are in the middle of everywhere close to nowhere right that is utilized to describe where we are? We're three hours north of Kamloops. Yup couples drive up literally. Just did that three hours east of Prince George and five hours ish just a little under five hours west of Edmonton Right. So you have. Jasper is an hour an hour and a half from here. Beautiful Awesome Place. But we're still just super remote in the middle of the mountains and just straight drive up. It was just so beautiful so three ranges. I guess the obvious question is why did you get the name? Vam Out sits very precisely at the junction of three mountain ranges. So to our East you have the rockies which continue running a little more north northwest to our west you have the caribous premiers as folks calm and right to the south is the very tip. End of the Montes. The northern tip into the monasteries. So we have three mountain ranges that converge right on town? Just all decided to stop here. Yes yes they did so then we gotta talk about beer now. So how did beer find you? Oh I'm retired. Us military guy. And I met a Canadian girl as I was retiring moved Canada and I came up here to meet her folks first time and I looked around and I went. And what a beautiful place if you come here though. There's no jobs so semi-retirement what's the job you bring about halfway on our drive home. She said you drinking a beer. Why don't you make it and I really okay game on so we built? What was kind of a poorly structured ten year plan to start a brewery because it was semi not very serious and then the Life Passion Project Right? Essentially you know like that. 'cause she worked for federal parks and then in the budget cuts of twenty twelve. Her job was eliminated right so we all of a sudden ended up with a ten year plan to execute in two years and we are so. How long have you been open? December twenty thirteen December twenty thirteen. So half years years now and I mean this is. This is a beautiful building. It's like just on its Fifth Avenue. That's the main the main drag main street but it's not use it when people do but the fifth avenue now the main drag because they reposition highway right some forty years ago or thirty years ago. Okay and so. What's the size of your tasting room at the Front We have currently. We have seventy two seats and we're adding twenty eight more. As soon as our patio expansion gets approved all right cool and what is the size of this Brew House? The Brew House is a three Hectolitre Brew House. So we do three hundred leaders at pop right and we have five twelve hectolitre fermenters and one six hundred fifty or sorry. Yeah twelve actually for mentors and six and a half heck so kind of homebrew advanced right as well. It started out very homebrew. So I see that little plastic grist hopper but that was the size of our first fermenters right so we were single batching and I had one double batch tank and in four months we pull to the singles out and added to double batch in two months after that we added two more double batch right and then now it's grown to our first full year and business. We did three hundred and twenty hectolitres. I think last year we did a thousand fifty right. So you're pumping out beer now and it's it's just been a situation of a like a lot of challenges that just came from different angles that you don't really expect but I feel like we've hopefully gotten our worst challenges out of the way in the first couple of years of business but puts us in a position like we were three three batches a day to fill a single from enter and we do that three to four days a week in the summer right then so talking about challenges I mean. I'm sure one of the challenges would be this community because there was no other brewery here right and I and being craft. I mean just kind of nature. There's more flavor in the beer. So what what were you thinking in terms of the styles appears when you first opened where where was that middle ground almost of trying to serve the local community but then also crafty so yeah and at the time we had actually I had I had driven up in our business research. Little Bit I had driven up to smithers and visited plan B. Brewing and mark shut down the January before we opened Noga and so trying to kind of look at a little bit of what he had done and figuring out the north and then I. I did a lot of intense market research. I got essentially a tenth of the population of between online and standing in front of the liquor store and I understood that I need to light beer. Visit was a budweiser town. So he came out with the pills right off the bat. I need a nice complement of other flavorful beers so we started out with the Pale and the Brown Ale as well kind of standard fare especially five years ago and then I I'm an IP DRINKER. My wife's and IP drinker. We just thanks so the awards. Thank you and we We had just moved up from Victoria right up to here so which is kind of. Va town down. So we Yeah coming up here. That was kind of my beer of choice time so I made the pills or knowing that it would help pay for the so but then like how long did it take for the IPO. To catch on then it has been a really good seller right from the get go right but I would say last year before the BBC beer awards so like towards the middle to end of summer. R I P became our number one seller right. And it's yeah people love it. I can't right now we've taken. The pills are off for the summer because I need that extra time in the tank is a consumer so we started doing a coal right for this summer and those two are pretty neck and neck any given day in the taproom and I we probably brew each one of those Beers every week. If not every other week yeah especially on this is that you're at right so well exactly so expansion. Plans are in the works. No doubt I'm working on it. Yeah I'm working on it. We have to make a small edition because after intellectual upgrade and a few other things and then it's a matter of shoehorning a brew house right cool. I'M IN CONVERSATION WITH MICHAEL. From three ranges. This one I think the BC L. 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"bc" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"bc" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"BC we are going to go to the census question I promise but Paul his hung on so we'll get Paula couple minutes eight Paul you're going on since the before the news go ahead yes thank you and welcome back thanks just wanted to yell out this had any comment or whether not they think something actually happens to doctor for it and then if they had any comments about if Obama's choice for the Supreme Court a going forward this whole incident women avoid it well I asked him about the the Merritt garland question and they they responded to that Paul I I asked them late in the interview I I would only suggest I have not read the book I do all the time because I didn't hear the comment in to do what to say about it well they they sort of defended Mitch McConnell's decision not to permit the hearing on garland I asked them whether or not the cabin on the at the ferocity of the intensity of the Kevin are hearing might have been pay back from Merrick garland and they seem they didn't quite address that but I would suggest ball because that's a really good question that you asked that one you might listen to the podcast it I guess you didn't hear the entire hour no I didn't I am podcast will be available sometime shortly after midnight just go to night side on demand and you can listen to it and and the books coming out I know I'm going to get a copy of it because these are two pretty good well connected reporters and I'll be interested to see who they talked with I gotta be honest with you I think the treatment of capital was extraordinarily unfair I don't know what you thought on that was but this was a guy who had been a cute band never been accused of anything like this he was I believe unanimously approved for the U. S. on the DC circuit court of appeals which is considered to be the the court it is the quickest directly below the US Supreme Court it is to quit that's probably produced more US Supreme Court justice than any other appeals court in the in the country the gentleman is qualified to be on the Supreme Court but I also believe something happened to this woman in who did it how it happened I don't know yeah this is conceivable I mean the fact of the matter is that the allegations that she made dating back about thirty five years of if I'm trying to do the math in my head yeah we were we were in two thousand eighteen and I think she was talking about an event that she said she experienced in nineteen eighty three that's a long time is she now nothing happens to a woman I think that's something you'd remember yeah well the well let me say this fall if you remember she had no recollection of how she got to this house she had no recollection of how she got home she had no recollection of who she was with which she within hello a girlfriend so I mean there hello thank being a father I can relate back after my daughter would you go hi to get there who is there when they were in high school and I would go to a party that would be it I don't know he's gonna hopefully you don't what one you don't it might have been might have been holding back information I I trust I agree okay also if anything as dramatic as what she is she experiencing lane to the experience you would think that would have been seared into her memory how she got home with the house was there also to questions but again I don't want to re litigate that but I would commend the book to you I think I know I get it I'll get it from a library and a bigger library for instance I'll get from the library the that's it'll be there it'll be there shortly Paul thank all right excellent Marley question it thanks thank you very much so you're one of those guys that doesn't buy books U. F. U. S. someone else to bug well my work for the library and I think it libraries and I do use resource in the community most people think they're dying operation but if you use the library correctly they offer you an incredible amount of opportunity along with that good at for the libraries thanks Paul you're welcome take care and have a great night six one seven two five four to thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty a sold mid see hello see made this comment on that just lost my screen here believe it or not yeah Hey that happens every once well you know what what what I'm not gonna try to do it this way Paul a rather broad if you could just play for me on your screen where the the house speaker basically accuses actually now we got it back up here through the miracle oh my goodness this was this is Nancy Pelosi I have too much paper on the table here play play that that first cut for me indeed this is your policy talking about Donald Trump making America not make it great again but making it white again hi this is about keeping.

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77WABC Radio

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"bc" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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It's Possible - Conversations with Successful Online Trainers

12:26 min | 1 year ago

"bc" Discussed on It's Possible - Conversations with Successful Online Trainers

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A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"bc" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

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WEEI

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"bc" Discussed on WEEI

"Do notice that what bc all the receivers and skill guys have taken their glovesoff first down eagles play fake wage sri kopai tommy sweetie up at aerosol about it after a gain of four you tackle by sent tennis sterling as tommy sweetie makes his first kept to the night the six five junior twenty six catches now for sweetie three hundred twelve yards and three touchdowns second doubted six eleven thirty eight the point of the first app eagles trail three to nothing weighed under ceta he's three out of six for fifty yards deep back aj on the two hundred forty about freshman dillah get the call small hole exploits it got close quickly gains maybe two before it gets dragged down by jabbar suburbs and that's what you can do pete off the snap getting into some territory to stop issuing that's all numbers be still putting ten in the box the only way lost a call to get these guys is spread out by formation so a little bit of a right third doubted six for the eagles thirty as they move right to left towards the whole planet zone wage changed the play ten seconds up play waikwok spreading about with three wives weight drops back to pass group walk we takes up we gotta first down to the forty one inside the number he picks up seven yards out third down in four before it gets dragged down and nice job i dares wave vaunted digs made the stop a senior live back or fifty nine tackles second other huskies philp is your to pick up a first out that's the one thing i thought the bc gone to earlier is make way to run threat first data ten for the eagle forty one now that give johnny hill it puts his head down between the hash marks should he get stifle after a twoyard rebel and again collapsed ali defensive line john dornan ice job there to collapse so just one yard on second data nine for the 42 c tara zola baker the stop 10 minutes remaining we'll snap between the hash marks deepak is hilaman receiver play fake wait the foul looking near side screen cop by smith smith carries it out of path could get back out to the longest scrimmage cipro a loss of one by carrizo la and ponte digs that's not what you're looking for a second nine is backpedalling third down a.

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