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"bay protection" Discussed on Food for Thought

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07:04 min | 2 months ago

"bay protection" Discussed on Food for Thought

"Off a baby baby baby latches drinks milk for a while then is done. Tommy. Full happy baby. But simple does not always mean easy and some mothers not even given a choice. This food for thought. Motherhood. Is With lactation consultant, pediatric feeding, and swallowing specialist speech therapists. Stacy's. Where we explore the challenges in Feeding Your Baby Headline Stacey. Hi honestly say to have you on this episode because you've played such an important role with my feeding Johnny was Zachary and I think everybody's going to benefit so much from what you have is. It Hey we go. I guess. that. If we start stacy by tolkien about the fact that. Breast. Milk is said to make your child healthier small. And? Unfortunately, lots of Women Assadi unable to breastfeed and they can fill a lot of shame around this. So when we come to the phrase, breast is best what are your thoughts on this? So if it's why I think I'd like to refrain it on think about nor. Breast is best Betta. But actually considering recipe jank as the biological and recognizing that it will says more protections to buy babies on's mother's human milk tena made the babies and it's no folding. Fluids by throughout human existence and also cost an infant's in a child's life span. breastfeeding does affect baby a reduced risk of a number roles Illnesses such as diarrhea, vomiting era sections I. For. Long long list on the same for the mother in terms of decreasing the risk of things like West move varian. Council? That's not to dispute it. I think that what Sweetie challenging is that when women who want to breastfeed on table, they experience multitude se names possibly anger glee sadness of some of the feelings of undocumented in military. I'm. I'm a linked to sort of feeling of loss said that they lose something they were expecting will wanting to do. All that they had been told about employ misses the best and then they went able to achieve and I think why to say is if there's a woman that feels like this, I'd like to certificate acquainted about. So right by don't deny to lowlands from the W. HR pays days he says, the success will new breastfeeding should not be seen solely as responsibility of the woman. Power ability to breastfeed is very much shaped by the support in the environment in which she lives there was a full responsibility of governments on society to support women through policies on the grounds in the community. I think this valley very true and I it's. It's a very difficult place to be when you're surrounded by those messages but he Failed as masters a truly the most helpful way of betraying the session to breastfeed in Bay Protection said it all says, yeah. Of course, it does really am hit home when you said that because. I. Do feel that there isn't enough of a conversation around supporting women. The fact that it isn't just straightforward hits. It's something that you almost think, oh, you know able to because you can't practice breastfeeding is not something you are. You don't describe a baby you can't actually cut it on a practice. The price says it it's very difficult. Isn't it and that quite really does sum up the fact that it does take it does take support because you know what you're doing. I mean I was messaging you stacey I remember in the first few weeks not I never had a very difficult birth experience, but I was so unsure if what I was doing was even right. Absolutely and I think that that speaks to this idea of the society needs to support lemon under the messages that we have within the society around what's normal what's normal infinite hayes yet but also what's normal within in full trimester on what's normal and tons of expectations of breastfeeding itself to expect. A hundred percent and then you've got the added thing that every baby's different. But pretty much as we go back to the whole breast is best which I liked how you rephrase that. If we could rephrase understand both sides Tehran to stand that it's very important to emphasize the nutritional benefits Salmon utrition EST off breast milk if it's a possibility, but equally, it isn't always a possibility and that's when it does lead women to feel immense feedings of Goat Mungo. Has bought enough as it is. You know, let alone having such an awful added pressure if you're not supported per on top of you and I think many moms that fuss feed that can be just the biggest huddle content. I think it's a really important one to suit of master get under your belt to speak and it can be really challenging because some babies. Sometimes don't want to notch It is important to ide- fee to baby within the last hour of by on top immediate on uninterrupted skin-to-skin contact, but it's also really important to recognize it if he. Wanted that will achieve at either will ask for some reason you might be separated salil eighty. It doesn't mean that you're not going to be able to reach your. Goals on on breastfeed. I remember. When I was, I was in the hospital so I actually think it was very helpful to have the help of the the Midwest in the hospital at the time with that I feed but I know that everybody gets that opportunity for some reason. I'm people busy united staff a busy. Sometimes that's not enough to go around in that first our other tips that you could give to people listening he perhaps that his thing in that pregnant. Oh, that just off the breastfeeding johnny on a mastering it. Yeah. Fantastic. Happy to say ideally, the best if he give you as you can ask your team, the FDA that you'll fabius delivered onto your chest on remained. For, as long. As possible rarely, ASTA because skin to skin contact has been shine in not fast few allies to house benefits on the success of brace breastfeeding long longer. 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"bay protection" Discussed on Food for Thought

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04:23 min | 2 months ago

"bay protection" Discussed on Food for Thought

"The concept of breastfeeding simple you off a baby baby baby latches drinks milk for a while then is done. . Tommy. . Full happy baby. . But simple does not always mean easy and some mothers not even given a choice. . This food for thought. . Motherhood. . Is With lactation consultant, , pediatric feeding, , and swallowing specialist speech therapists. Stacy's. . . Where we explore the challenges in Feeding Your Baby Headline Stacey. . Hi <unk> honestly say to have you on this episode because you've played such an important role <hes> with my <hes> feeding Johnny was Zachary and I think everybody's going to benefit so much from what you have is. . It Hey we go. . I guess. . that. . If we start stacy by tolkien about the fact that. . Breast. . Milk is said to make your child healthier small. . And? ? Unfortunately, , lots of Women Assadi unable to breastfeed and they can fill a lot of shame around this. . So when we come to the phrase, , breast is best what are your thoughts on this? ? So if it's why I think I'd like to refrain it on think about nor. . Breast is best Betta. . But actually considering recipe jank as the biological and recognizing that it will says more protections to buy babies on's mother's human milk tena made the babies and it's no folding. . Fluids by throughout human existence and also cost an infant's in a child's life span. . <unk> breastfeeding does affect baby a reduced risk of a number roles <hes>. . Illnesses such as diarrhea, , vomiting era sections I. . <unk>. . For. . Long long list on the same for the mother in terms of decreasing the risk of things like West move varian. . Council? ? That's not to dispute it. . I think that what Sweetie challenging is that when women who want to breastfeed on table, , they <unk> experience multitude se names possibly anger glee sadness of some of the feelings of undocumented in military. . I'm. . I'm a linked to sort of feeling of loss said that they lose something they were expecting will wanting to do. . All that they had been told about employ misses the best and then they went able to achieve and I think why to say is if there's a woman that feels like this, , I'd like to certificate acquainted about. . So right by don't deny to lowlands from the W. HR pays days he says, , the success will new breastfeeding should not be seen solely as responsibility of the woman. . Power ability to breastfeed is very much shaped by the support in the environment in which she lives there was a full responsibility of governments on society to support women through policies on the grounds in the community. . I think this valley very true and I it's. . It's a very difficult place to be when you're surrounded by those messages but he Failed as masters a truly the most helpful way of betraying the session to breastfeed in Bay Protection said it all says, , yeah. . Of course, , it does really am hit home when you said that because. . I. . Do feel that there isn't enough of a conversation around supporting women. . The fact that it isn't just straightforward hits. . It's something that you almost think, , oh, , you know able to because you can't practice breastfeeding is not something you are. . You don't describe a baby you can't actually cut it on a practice. . The price says it it's very difficult. . Isn't it and that quite really does sum up the fact that it does take it does take support because you know what you're doing. . I mean I was messaging you stacey I remember in the first few weeks not I never had a very difficult birth experience, , but I was so unsure if what I was doing was even right. . Absolutely and I think that that speaks to this idea of the society needs to support lemon under the messages that we have within the society around what's

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Feeding Your Newborn Right

Food for Thought

04:23 min | 2 months ago

Feeding Your Newborn Right

"The concept of breastfeeding simple you off a baby baby baby latches drinks milk for a while then is done. Tommy. Full happy baby. But simple does not always mean easy and some mothers not even given a choice. This food for thought. Motherhood. Is With lactation consultant, pediatric feeding, and swallowing specialist speech therapists. Stacy's. Where we explore the challenges in Feeding Your Baby Headline Stacey. Hi honestly say to have you on this episode because you've played such an important role with my feeding Johnny was Zachary and I think everybody's going to benefit so much from what you have is. It Hey we go. I guess. that. If we start stacy by tolkien about the fact that. Breast. Milk is said to make your child healthier small. And? Unfortunately, lots of Women Assadi unable to breastfeed and they can fill a lot of shame around this. So when we come to the phrase, breast is best what are your thoughts on this? So if it's why I think I'd like to refrain it on think about nor. Breast is best Betta. But actually considering recipe jank as the biological and recognizing that it will says more protections to buy babies on's mother's human milk tena made the babies and it's no folding. Fluids by throughout human existence and also cost an infant's in a child's life span. breastfeeding does affect baby a reduced risk of a number roles Illnesses such as diarrhea, vomiting era sections I. For. Long long list on the same for the mother in terms of decreasing the risk of things like West move varian. Council? That's not to dispute it. I think that what Sweetie challenging is that when women who want to breastfeed on table, they experience multitude se names possibly anger glee sadness of some of the feelings of undocumented in military. I'm. I'm a linked to sort of feeling of loss said that they lose something they were expecting will wanting to do. All that they had been told about employ misses the best and then they went able to achieve and I think why to say is if there's a woman that feels like this, I'd like to certificate acquainted about. So right by don't deny to lowlands from the W. HR pays days he says, the success will new breastfeeding should not be seen solely as responsibility of the woman. Power ability to breastfeed is very much shaped by the support in the environment in which she lives there was a full responsibility of governments on society to support women through policies on the grounds in the community. I think this valley very true and I it's. It's a very difficult place to be when you're surrounded by those messages but he Failed as masters a truly the most helpful way of betraying the session to breastfeed in Bay Protection said it all says, yeah. Of course, it does really am hit home when you said that because. I. Do feel that there isn't enough of a conversation around supporting women. The fact that it isn't just straightforward hits. It's something that you almost think, oh, you know able to because you can't practice breastfeeding is not something you are. You don't describe a baby you can't actually cut it on a practice. The price says it it's very difficult. Isn't it and that quite really does sum up the fact that it does take it does take support because you know what you're doing. I mean I was messaging you stacey I remember in the first few weeks not I never had a very difficult birth experience, but I was so unsure if what I was doing was even right. Absolutely and I think that that speaks to this idea of the society needs to support lemon under the messages that we have within the society around what's

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"bay protection" Discussed on Food for Thought

Food for Thought

04:23 min | 2 months ago

"bay protection" Discussed on Food for Thought

"The concept of breastfeeding simple you off a baby baby baby latches drinks milk for a while then is done. . Tommy. . Full happy baby. . But simple does not always mean easy and some mothers not even given a choice. . This food for thought. . Motherhood. . Is With lactation consultant, , pediatric feeding, , and swallowing specialist speech therapists. Stacy's. . . Where we explore the challenges in Feeding Your Baby Headline Stacey. . Hi <unk> honestly say to have you on this episode because you've played such an important role <hes> with my <hes> feeding Johnny was Zachary and I think everybody's going to benefit so much from what you have is. . It Hey we go. . I guess. . that. . If we start stacy by tolkien about the fact that. . Breast. . Milk is said to make your child healthier small. . And? ? Unfortunately, , lots of Women Assadi unable to breastfeed and they can fill a lot of shame around this. . So when we come to the phrase, , breast is best what are your thoughts on this? ? So if it's why I think I'd like to refrain it on think about nor. . Breast is best Betta. . But actually considering recipe jank as the biological and recognizing that it will says more protections to buy babies on's mother's human milk tena made the babies and it's no folding. . Fluids by throughout human existence and also cost an infant's in a child's life span. . <unk> breastfeeding does affect baby a reduced risk of a number roles <hes>. . Illnesses such as diarrhea, , vomiting era sections I. . <unk>. . For. . Long long list on the same for the mother in terms of decreasing the risk of things like West move varian. . Council? ? That's not to dispute it. . I think that what Sweetie challenging is that when women who want to breastfeed on table, , they <unk> experience multitude se names possibly anger glee sadness of some of the feelings of undocumented in military. . I'm. . I'm a linked to sort of feeling of loss said that they lose something they were expecting will wanting to do. . All that they had been told about employ misses the best and then they went able to achieve and I think why to say is if there's a woman that feels like this, , I'd like to certificate acquainted about. . So right by don't deny to lowlands from the W. HR pays days he says, , the success will new breastfeeding should not be seen solely as responsibility of the woman. . Power ability to breastfeed is very much shaped by the support in the environment in which she lives there was a full responsibility of governments on society to support women through policies on the grounds in the community. . I think this valley very true and I it's. . It's a very difficult place to be when you're surrounded by those messages but he Failed as masters a truly the most helpful way of betraying the session to breastfeed in Bay Protection said it all says, , yeah. . Of course, , it does really am hit home when you said that because. . I. . Do feel that there isn't enough of a conversation around supporting women. . The fact that it isn't just straightforward hits. . It's something that you almost think, , oh, , you know able to because you can't practice breastfeeding is not something you are. . You don't describe a baby you can't actually cut it on a practice. . The price says it it's very difficult. . Isn't it and that quite really does sum up the fact that it does take it does take support because you know what you're doing. . I mean I was messaging you stacey I remember in the first few weeks not I never had a very difficult birth experience, , but I was so unsure if what I was doing was even right. . Absolutely and I think that that speaks to this idea of the society needs to support lemon under the messages that we have within the society around

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Feeding Your Newborn Right

Food for Thought

04:23 min | 2 months ago

Feeding Your Newborn Right

"The concept of breastfeeding simple you off a baby baby baby latches drinks milk for a while then is done. Tommy. Full happy baby. But simple does not always mean easy and some mothers not even given a choice. This food for thought. Motherhood. Is With lactation consultant, pediatric feeding, and swallowing specialist speech therapists. Stacy's. Where we explore the challenges in Feeding Your Baby Headline Stacey. Hi honestly say to have you on this episode because you've played such an important role with my feeding Johnny was Zachary and I think everybody's going to benefit so much from what you have is. It Hey we go. I guess. that. If we start stacy by tolkien about the fact that. Breast. Milk is said to make your child healthier small. And? Unfortunately, lots of Women Assadi unable to breastfeed and they can fill a lot of shame around this. So when we come to the phrase, breast is best what are your thoughts on this? So if it's why I think I'd like to refrain it on think about nor. Breast is best Betta. But actually considering recipe jank as the biological and recognizing that it will says more protections to buy babies on's mother's human milk tena made the babies and it's no folding. Fluids by throughout human existence and also cost an infant's in a child's life span. breastfeeding does affect baby a reduced risk of a number roles Illnesses such as diarrhea, vomiting era sections I. For. Long long list on the same for the mother in terms of decreasing the risk of things like West move varian. Council? That's not to dispute it. I think that what Sweetie challenging is that when women who want to breastfeed on table, they experience multitude se names possibly anger glee sadness of some of the feelings of undocumented in military. I'm. I'm a linked to sort of feeling of loss said that they lose something they were expecting will wanting to do. All that they had been told about employ misses the best and then they went able to achieve and I think why to say is if there's a woman that feels like this, I'd like to certificate acquainted about. So right by don't deny to lowlands from the W. HR pays days he says, the success will new breastfeeding should not be seen solely as responsibility of the woman. Power ability to breastfeed is very much shaped by the support in the environment in which she lives there was a full responsibility of governments on society to support women through policies on the grounds in the community. I think this valley very true and I it's. It's a very difficult place to be when you're surrounded by those messages but he Failed as masters a truly the most helpful way of betraying the session to breastfeed in Bay Protection said it all says, yeah. Of course, it does really am hit home when you said that because. I. Do feel that there isn't enough of a conversation around supporting women. The fact that it isn't just straightforward hits. It's something that you almost think, oh, you know able to because you can't practice breastfeeding is not something you are. You don't describe a baby you can't actually cut it on a practice. The price says it it's very difficult. Isn't it and that quite really does sum up the fact that it does take it does take support because you know what you're doing. I mean I was messaging you stacey I remember in the first few weeks not I never had a very difficult birth experience, but I was so unsure if what I was doing was even right. Absolutely and I think that that speaks to this idea of the society needs to support lemon under the messages that we have within the society around

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"bay protection" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:57 min | 7 months ago

"bay protection" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The eights on all news one oh six nine AM seven forty KCBS KCBS news time nine ten that's our news watch continues what are those East Bay mud workers doing out on your street and why are they just a few feet away from each other KCBS is Rebecca corral says calm down the crews are doing essential work if a water main breaks in front of your house the whole they'll have to dig to get down there and fix it probably won't allow for proper social distancing there are some jobs that require them to be a little bit closer but they're absolutely doing the best that they can to get water service back on during emergencies working around the clock to ensure bay protection as well with our waste water treatment Andrea cook with the East Bay municipal utility districts as the cruise you may see out and about are wearing all the personal protective gear masks and gloves and they wouldn't be out there if they didn't have to come out of Chloe's our civil service employees they are designated disaster service workers so they're doing things like operating our water treatment plants to ensure water quality if we have an emergency may break out whatever hour of the night or day they would be on site fixing that main break she says they're doing their part so it would be great if we did ours and kept our distance so as not to put Cruz health at risk Rebecca chorale KCBS Caltrans says the second person was hit by one of their trains on the tracks late last night it happened in San Francisco a little bit after eleven PM where the tracks cross mission bay Dr just south of the station and the end of the line the agency says the person survived and was taken to an area hospital it was the second incident involving a pedestrian on the tracks for Caltrain on Friday earlier yesterday another person was hit and killed by a train and go right KCBS news time nine twelve and update on.

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"bay protection" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:37 min | 7 months ago

"bay protection" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Been offering spiritual and emotional support to staff and patients at San Francisco General and now those services have been expanded temporarily with the launch of the new spiritual care warm line for health care workers this is the line that is available for frontline staff to receive support they can receive prayer or a blood stream they can also just called to talk to somebody if they've had a hardship chaplain Claire Bowman is executive director of sojourn chaplaincy and she says the warm line is staffed by volunteers are volunteers who are stuck in a warm wine are trained and experienced in supporting folks across different traditions and also supporting people who don't have a religious or spiritual tradition and this expansion of the chaplaincy services has been paid for with money from the San Francisco General Hospital foundation's new code ninety Ian fund Melissa call Ross KCBS area nurses say they need more personal protective equipment to treat covered nineteen patients KCBS is Kerry who dissect reports from UCSF mission bay where the nurses staged a protest nurses say they're fed up with the lack of PPD tree coronavirus patients they've been told to use one N. ninety five respirator mask per shift or longer UCSF mission bay registered nurse Maureen Dugan presented a stand with brown paper bags attached a symbol of what they're given to store their masks each day the bags illustrate that they have been told to re use them which is not proper infection control policies not proper standards we've never had standards like these are no standards you know we've never done this before she and about a dozen other health care workers gathered outside the hospital the hold signs that read quote protect nurses patients and public health after all she says their lives are on the line too we are being told not to worry and to just do as we're told and we know better we have been through this before we've been to each one and when we bend your stars we've been through Ebola there's no reason that hospitals should have been behind the ball on this at UCSF mission bay in San Francisco Kerry had a sack KCBS what are East Bay mud workers doing on your street and why are they just a few feet away from each other KCBS is Rebecca Krause's crews are doing essential work if a water main breaks in front of your house the whole they'll have to dig to get down there and fix it probably won't allow for proper social distancing there are some jobs that require them to be a little bit closer but they're absolutely doing the best that they can to get water service back on during emergencies working around the clock to ensure bay protection as well with our waste water treatment Andrea cook with the East Bay municipal utility districts as the cruise you may see out and about are wearing all the personal protective gear masks and gloves and they wouldn't be out there if they didn't have to come out of Chloe's our civil service employees they are designated disaster service workers so they're doing things like operating our water treatment plants to ensure water quality if we have an emergency may break out whatever our of the night or day they would be on site fixing that main break she says they're doing their part so it would be great if we did ours and kept our distance so as not to put Cruz health at risk Rebecca chorale KCBS several communities in Contra Costa county a partner with zone haven as San Francisco tech firm to create an online portal the site will provide information on resources such as medical offices social service and food options during the shelter in place the portal is for residents of Lafayette Orinda.

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"bay protection" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:56 min | 7 months ago

"bay protection" Discussed on KCBS All News

"At nurses say they're fed up with the lack of PPD tree coronavirus patients they've been told to use one N. ninety five respirator mask her shift or longer UCSF mission bay registered nurse Maureen Dugan presented a stand with brown paper bags attached a symbol of what they're given to store their masks each day the bags illustrate that they have been told to re use them which is not proper infection control policies not proper standards we've never had standards like these are no standards you know we've never done this before she and about a dozen other health care workers gathered outside the hospital the hold signs that read quote protect nurses patients and public health after all she says their lives are on the line too we are being told not to worry and to just do as we're told and we know better we have been through this before we've been to each one and when we bend your stars we've been through Ebola there's no reason that hospitals should have been behind the ball on this at UCSF mission bay in San Francisco Kerry had a sack KCBS what are East Bay mud workers doing on your street and why are they just a few feet away from each other KCBS is Rebecca corral said the crews are doing essential work if a water main breaks in front of your house the whole they'll have to dig to get down there and fix it probably won't allow for proper social distancing there are some jobs that require them to be a little bit closer but they're absolutely doing the best that they can to get water service back on during emergencies working around the clock to ensure bay protection as well with our waste water treatment Andrea cook with the East Bay municipal utility districts as the cruise you may see out and about are wearing all the personal protective gear masks and gloves and they wouldn't be out there if they didn't have to come out of for you our civil service employees they are designated disaster service workers so they're doing things like operating our water treatment plants to ensure water quality if we have an emergency name rake out whatever hour of the night or day they would be on site fixing that main break she says they're doing their part so it would be great if we did ours and kept our distance so as not to put Cruz health at risk Rebecca chorale KCBS several communities in Contra Costa county have partnered with zone haven San Francisco tech firm to create an online portal the site will provide information on resources such as medical offices social services food options during the shelter in place the portal is for residents in Lafayette Orinda and Moraga as well as el Sereno and Kensington and hackers are seeing an opportunity in the corona virus pandemic Google says it stopped eighteen million malicious emails every day over the last week seen it said the emails are in addition to the two hundred forty million spam messages the company sees every single day.

"bay protection" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

12:48 min | 1 year ago

"bay protection" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"Amazing as five hundred fans right now. What's the NFL matchup? You'd really like to see and I bet niners ravens would be close to number one one. on the NFL maximize the TV audience in a given week ninety percent of the time but it's a CBS doubleheader. Week with raiders chiefs the big attraction and flexing to Sunday night for Baltimore. San Francisco didn't make sense that because the Patriots are scheduled scheduled for Sunday. Primetime game at Houston still putting this game against seven others for attention in the early window. It's just just odd. As as the niners have emerged from their early kyle. Shanahan John Lynch cocoon. This year I point to the patients team had when Ceo Jed York recruited coach and GM. He dangled six year contracts to both as a show of good faith so of going ten and twenty two in the first two years. Tested York's resolve. He didn't show it nor was the NFL information superhighway abuzz with rumors of Shanahan's demise even when the quarterback gets hurt has happened here in patients in the fan base is usually thing there was some of that on the outside but not internally Shanahan pause the half hour after the game Sunday night to consider his good fortune. That's why I'm happy to be where I'm at. It's the organization I we have Shanahan told me we went through some tough times in our first two years especially starting Oh and nine. I think the next year we started one in seven so when you start that way. It's very hard for a place not to splinter. That's what was so different here in our first two years going on one nine and finishing six and ten help finish with some momentum last year never wants throughout the year. Did you ever feel like the defense was against the offense or vice versa. Never once did I have an owner crushing me with. Hey We got to change this guy. I mean everyone. Everyone here just really believed in each other. That was really tested with some of the times we went through but I think that was the neatest thing about it. We knew we had the right people around. We just had to get a couple of difference makers and stay healthy Jimmy Garoppolo making all eleven starts. It's after missing thirteen last year with a knee. Injury has been huge. But I've you five pieces either new or just rapidly ascending as also so being huge Nick Bosa the second pick in the draft and Trade Acquisition D. Ford gave the niners the best defensive line depth in football bowl in forty one pass drops Sunday night. Rodgers was sacked five times pressured six times and it twice more per pro football focus focus. The most significant hit was probably the first and that brings us to the third relatively new guy who's exploded for the niners Middle Linebacker acker Fred Warner. I'm a San Diego. Kid Warner told me gripping his post game. NBC Player of the Game Football in his arm like he didn't didn't WanNa let it go. I Love Junior CEO. I was Sean Merryman Fan. He did his best CEO on that fifth. Play of the game blowing up the Green Bay protection in the middle of the line on third and ten at the packer. twenty-five strip sacking rodgers and setting up the first nine in her touchdown since San Francisco lost playmaker inside Linebacker. Kwan Alexander with a torn pectoral a month ago Warner has taken over his explosive playmaking. He's led the team in tackles in each of the last four games recorded three sacks accent forced two fumbles and he's smart running the defense in his second year out of Brigham Young we get a bunch of checks we had to make all game and Fred didn't miss one all night. Chan said we love the guy loves talent. Love is brain and then our coaches who really know linebackers defensive coordinator Position Coach D'Amico Ryan's could really tell us how we fit in our scheme. I think it was great for John and Lynch to go get him in the draft to other newbies. Free Safety Jimmy. Ward's a six year vet but he's been hurt so much the niners couldn't rely on them this year he's healthy mostly and he's joining the fast. Rising secondary is a big hitter who is excelled in coverage. He made the play. Leave a game in the secondary going up Jimmy Graham to break up the pass now. Graham looked to come down with it. Any appeared that he did but ward fought with him coming down and the ball popped out a split second after Graham landed on the earth. Now if the packers challenge into this play called an incompletion they might have won the challenge. But they didn't challenge so the play didn't change quote. It was basically who wanted more ward told me he also said I was born for this. We were born for for this. We're ready for the moment. Finally deebo Samuel has been a godsend to this offense the rookie. Second Rounder must have been a tremendous tremendous draft for this guy to go thirty. Sixth overall broke up the game just before the half of the forty two yard street that left the Green Green Bay defenders in the dust. Looks like a great pick. I was worried. I'd never learn the offense when I first got here. The playbook is so big Samuel told me but I'm good with it now. I love this offense. The team's got a little bit of the Shanahan. Ethos America doesn't know oh him yet. He's not as polished as dad veteran coach. Mike Shanahan was then again. He's thirty nine. He's got time what he is is tough and an excellent play designer and play caller. He won't say it but he's the kind of just try to knock this chip off my shoulder players respect and they respect him because they know he puts them in the best position to win. All opponents can be beaten all all opponents we respect we can find something in everyone we played exploit. Who does that sound like? I've never met a coach. She reminds me of Bill. Belichick as much as Kyle said former patriots in Falcons Front Office Man Scott Paoli who has worked with both. I said to Shanahan Sunday night. I assume you'll be watching Lamar Jackson against the rams. He said well we won't have a fun Monday and Tuesday preparing for them. But we'll be ready for Sunday. So that's the end of my top on the niners niners I get into a little bit of Frank. Gory talked to Frank Gore after the bills game and he told me an interesting interesting story or what I thought was interesting when I talked to him. It was maybe forty five minutes after the game. And he said and Obviously Asleep Frank Gore Past Berry Sanders for third place on the all-time rushing list and afterwards Gore. Told me on a day like today I think about all the Times. I could've walked away like at Miami after I tore my second knee. I was going to quit my running back coach. Coach Don sold injure told me man. You're crazy my goal is to get you to the NFL. And now of course he passed Berry Sanders on the all time rushing list. It was so cute his reaction to me he said. Let's be real. Come on a respect. Everyone in this game everyone but Barry Larry Sanders growing up watching him. Fifteen thousand yards in ten years. That was an unbelievable football ballplayer. Like no other so good little chunk unfranked Gore a little bit more than that Touch on a few other things in the NFL. Say the Carson Wentz shirt does it look like the pre injury Carson Wentz I said that I thought that the MVP now is a two man. Race at least for now. Russell Wilson An Lamar Jackson of Seattle and Baltimore respectively If I had to give an edge to one right now and it could change on Monday night because Lamar Jackson's playing I'd probably give the slight slight edge to Russell Wilson. But I'm glad there are some more game so we could figure it out. I write a long section in mccollum about the. NFL's top one hundred player list. I think you'll get a kick out of that There's some stuff in there about How the players were picked and and also about the TV show like bill? Belichick was great in this first episode. Iv Screened Indyk copy of the second episode. And that's equally Good I just think it's a it's a very very fun. Project Should read my profile this week. It's about Julie Erz. I talked to Julia Roberts and And her husband obviously Zachert Akers and I think Julie has learned a lot from studying how how ZAC plays football and and I we studies football. I think you'll enjoy that so I'M GONNA go to the part of my podcast every week. Where you know? We're obviously I'm talking talking about every game in the NFL. Let's start in Philadelphia. Seattle Seventeen Philadelphia nine look. There's no question that if Carson Wentz were competent in this game the eagles would have either one or made it very very close that to me is the story. The the game Two interceptions three. Fumbles Just intolerable you just can't have it and as I wrote in the mccollum it looks like he might have a case of the hips because his throwing which was which used to be accurate is now crazy is just at least in this game. It was terrible Tampa Bay thirty five Atlanta twenty two the up and down and up and down Jameis Winston he He had an week and and so did I think his His receiving group was absolutely great. Great and so. I think as long as that happens. They're going to be able to outscore people the other interesting thing about this game. I thought is that you know Devon white had two sacks in this game was probably his best game as a pro and for the Falcons falling hauling two one and four at home this year Arthur blank is got to be extremely upset Saints Thirty Four Panthers Thirty one now obviously really the big story coming Outta here was that the officials in the game had a non had a play a not called interference on the field replay reviewed an overturned which hardly has ever happened in the You know this year of a replay review for for pass interference so that is going to carry the day but I think the other part of it it is it the saints have a four-game lead in the division. Now this division is all over and and Carolina. You know the more I watch him the more I think you know. They're in their out. They play okay a But Man Ron.

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"bay protection" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

10:14 min | 2 years ago

"bay protection" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"At g mail dot com. Many interesting experiences that Gordon has had over the course of his life. For example, back in nineteen seventy-two. He was in the Oval Office of the White House. When president Richard Nixon signed the Environmental Protection Agency legislation that would further protect the air and water quality in the United States and its territories. He has been the editor of publications like the Rockwell news. He is written about numerous topics from the Apollo program, the space shuttle and also about nuclear energy, he has also gotten into other areas as well from nine hundred ninety two to two thousand twelve he was a prominent writer editor in the areas of kidney disease and renal transplantation as well. So a man of much knowledge many talent. Let's go back to the phones and see if we can reconnect or connect for the first time with Gordon lower. Gordon, are you there with us? Well, no, it it sounded good. I didn't hear the first part. But the last part sounded great. Yeah. We've been talking you up. It's it's quite a career. Before we get into the subject matter at hand. And I wanted obviously get into a serious discussion. But I'm going to begin on a bit of a lighter note, the first time that I was ever introduced to the term UFO unidentified flying objects was back in nineteen seventy four. I was watching the television show the Brady bunch and there's an episode it's pretty famous for Brady bunch fans and fans of popular culture. It's the UFO episode where Bobby and Peter think they have seen a UFO outside of their bedroom at night. Turns out there brother, Greg is creating a hoax, but Bobby and Peter or so convincing that they're actually able to get the military and scientists to come out to their house. They think it's a legitimate UFO experience. So Greg kind of feels bad about it. He's got a he's put himself into some trouble. So this was actually I was about nine years old. And this is the first time that I'd ever heard of the term UFO. So for me it started on a on a lighter note. But let's talk about you. How did your interest in UFO's come to begin? Well, actually, I had been interested when I was quite young. And I really got more interested. When I read the first two books by major Donald Keough is not what was known as mister UFO. He wrote the very first book and the very first article on this subject back in nineteen fifty and I'd read his first two books. Fleiss houses a real implying sauce? Outerspace published tonight game fifty three and I was kinda hooked. But then, but then what really got me was I had my first sighting in nineteen fifty five little home town of Solomons island on Chesapeake Bay in Maryland. And that's what really got me excited not began buying all the books. I could on the subject of reading about it and whatnot. And which ended actually it didn't end there. But I mean that sort of started my interest in the subject and got. Really I'll kinda fulfilled when I joined the staff of of nightcap national investigations committee on aerial phenomena in nineteen eighty and nineteen sixty five and got to work with major Keough, and and many other people prominent in UFO research. You were still youngster. I read these books. I'm sorry. You were still a a youngster you this was before you got into adult life when you when you started reading heroes books. No, actually, I was I was pretty much into adult life. I was still I guess. I guess I was about twenty twenty years old something like that. So was pretty much into adult life. Yeah. And it really took off after I had I read ki-ho spokesman, particularly after I had my first sighting in nineteen fifty five. Actually that was it was at night, and I was sitting on a long pier out in the middle of the tug server near where the Texan wherever meets the Chesapeake Bay. And I saw this little large lit object, well shape that was coming toward me and it dove into the water then lifted out of the water came over the war and actually splash some water on me and then flew off and and disappeared. From then on I was pretty well hooked on the subject, but it was another ten years before I was able to join the staff at nightcap and really realize my dream of becoming a USO researcher investigator. Later, you came to know, Mr. ki-ho, major key very well. We're gonna talk about their relationship. But for just a couple of minutes. Let's focus in on that I experience that you had you mentioned is nineteen fifty five how long did you see this this this item this object in the air? And how long did the entire incident last? Oh, gosh. It's hard to say it was so long ago, but I would say no more than about five minutes, maybe less than that. It came slowly at first from the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay protection wherever and came slowly along toxin wherever until it Carl Stover the laboratory Pierre now this is late at night. And so I'd say, maybe three minutes all together were you scared. Actually, I wasn't. I little site in one flew right over may, and then actually discharged some order. Now. The the water could have been dripping from the fact that it already been in the water. But it seemed like it almost something at the bottom open, and it spilled out some water from there and just happened to hit me. Yeah. I got a little frightened there. But I quickly. Just sort of amazed at what I saw on quickly disappeared now. But the naval air station is across the river from where I check with them the next day. And they said they had absolutely nothing. That would explain that flying around. Yeah. Did you stay out there or did you run home at that point? No, I was just. I actually had a little verandah where you could sit. It was late at night. And nobody else was there. And I I just sat down and wonder for a while. I wasn't scared at all actually. Oh my God. This is this is quite something. It's my first actual UFO citing and I've been hoping to have some sightings because I'd read the two books by keyhole. Yeah. Never dream that one day. I would actually get to work with him for five years. Yeah. Did you write down any notes from what you saw? Oh, yeah. Tell you. I dad I've long since lost them. I think I sent those notes and and tonight cap though, I had two other sightings and nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight which I said end tonight cap and. Those were also before I joined the staff at night cap. I can tell you about those briefly if you want, you know, we have about a minute here. Okay. Minute before the break. We're gonna continue after that. All right. Let's solo. I was April second nineteen fifty eight. And I was returning home from my class as a. Conservatory music and Baltimore what I saw white a large white light hovering over a bar. And then a few minutes later, another it began Blakey on and off and followed my car for most of the six remaining walls to my home and Sullivan's island, then it stopped halbert over another barn. Later started performed some fantastic maneuvers in an instant it appeared in one end of the sky, then a split second later reappear at the other end, it did this half a dozen or so times, then it suddenly, then it stopped and suddenly I saw a brilliant red light. They came out of the sky and merged with the larger light at this point, my car radio omitted, a loud screeching sound, and as I approached the toxin or the like cross the river headed south that disappeared. That was the first sighting. The second sighting happened about seven months later on November twentieth. Fifty eight and actually I was starting in. My father's oyster house. That's heist talk survivor at about five o'clock PM. Yeah. That's all. I read streak of light hanging over the river. There were about fifteen or so other workers. What's me? Then we saw three slender cigar shaped objects that were moving slowly over the river to the Saint Mary's county on the opposite side, then a fourth much larger larger object appeared seemingly out of nowhere. We're going to have to cut you off right there. But we're gonna we're gonna pick up the story after the break. We are going to continue our discussion with one of the leading UFO researchers in the world his name is Gordon Moore. And you're listening to beyond reality radio..

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"bay protection" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"bay protection" Discussed on KKAT

"It's how to pay protection cuts there's an easy way the bay protection it it will have economic fallout no doubt about it it will have economic fallout but there's an easy way to pay for tax cuts and that is a terrell form importance now a terrell fought import his attacks on products imported into the united states and it's often referred to as a border adjustment tax it border adjustment tax by any other name is attacks on importance is a terrible now the number this been bandied about again nobody knows anything it's all talk the number that has been bandied about his twenty percent porter tacked that would be a twenty percent tara funny import kiffin applied the whole import sit would apply to commodities that would mean that boil imported him in the united states we import a lot of it we import millions and millions of barrels a day of crude oil were nowhere near so sufficient millions and millions and barrels a day short of self sufficient for that oriole if it were so deck to the border adjustment tax will go up twenty percent so if you important to berra let fifty it would be six to.

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"bay protection" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

KQED Public Radio

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"bay protection" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

"Trump's election could prove the to britain the uk government reaction today's victory was telling continental european leaders come craft related to president and that through griff to taste but british prime minister teresa may was if you seth britain in the united states short he's a free agent of democracy and enterprise and i look forward to building on the special relationship we have to tree notching countries doing shoulder security in prosperity about two nations in the future that especially the security i'm prospects you've britain off to break st president obama had anger then dismay to many preds before the e you referendum by warning the uk that it would be at the backups the q when it came to a pre trade deal with the us trump on the other hand those won't be an tossed rex it raising british hopes says rush or attacked london that the coyotes you know britain may not be at the back of the que any longer in terms of a future trey deal so i think the prime minister you know mikey pleased to follow up with the president elect and see if we can get you us uk trey deal in place that these hope sounds a relief expressed across european financial markets need to be tempo it's a sweaty to hingle out the london scored of economics on the campaign trail trump warned that he would ripped top three trait deals like nascar and slap big terry of some chinese in colts that says to hang grow represents a threat to the global economy get some does go ahead with a bay protection this downs from the united states with the spectre one of its different trading partners the major once a case what we all going to see as potentially some reduction in double g to be as st volumes decline and a full as a becomes hondo to do with this across borders and this is not just some ivory tower academic warning of the theoretical dangers a protection isn't jim rogers is a highly successful american in fest and now based in the far east.

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