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How does the new coronavirus compare with the flu?
"Coronaviruses are RNA viruses they're very infectious the cousins are measles and if buyers is that cause the common cold which are also corona viruses but they're not novel corona viruses the ones that cause the common cold we've had around for years and years and when your listeners get Sniffles and you know start to cough it said Trinh and it's usually early winter or early spring this is corona virus as a rule but the novel coronavirus the corona virus of twenty nineteen is a specific mutant to which we have no immunity we've had a herd immunity from the old corona viruses that infect us and cause the common cold but we don't have any specific immunity to the new coronavirus now these viruses are very infectious so you breed on somebody and you can transmit the disease the reason you do that is because you have receptors for these viruses in your tongue the cheeks your nose your lungs and even in your heart and so when you get loaded with virus your immune system has got to fight this virus that it is never seen before so there's all kinds of new immune processes that go in which are very complicated they go into effect to try to overcome this new infection and that is primarily corona back now the which reason it's called corona viruses the covering of the virus and this is extremely small virus which can only see under the electron microscope so it's invisible to the naked eye these viruses have projections that stick out that make them look like they have a crown and that's why it's called the corona or crown virus so how does it spread and what's the life cycle like from the time of infection to win symptoms may begin to present themselves to when someone's all better yes so that's that's a good question now the problem with this virus is that you can have it and not know it when someone is exposed to somebody who's definitely infected proven infected it takes about five days at the least to show symptoms and the median time is eleven point five days so we would like to quarantine people for two weeks because we know that within two weeks you're going to show signs of the infection so that's the rule of thumb now the problem with this virus as I just said is that you can have it and not know it and about eighty percent of people that are infected with this will have something that you would consider a head cold or mildly scratchy throat and that's it nothing else and then there's twenty percent of people who may have what we in medicine call call morbidities that is either have diabetes run chemotherapy you're an alcoholic you smoke too much you have bad asthma you have COPD if you're older you have emphysema people like that that get this virus from somebody else wind up with bad kinds of rest a Tory problems lung problems and most of the deaths that occur from pneumonia and overwhelming lung infection and that's why everybody has to be checked out everybody has to be careful because we don't know who those people are that have these these glitches in their immune systems we're talking to the chairman of medicine at Saint Joseph university hospital Dr Baba heater here on I heart radio there's two other types of illnesses that a lot of people are dealing with at the moment the flu and allergies how can people tell them apart from Kobe nineteen will cover nineteen S. as Tony Fauci the head of the N. I. H. St is about ten times worse than the flu that's when you get the bad infection you'll run a high fever but you do that with the flu if you haven't been immunized you'll get muscle aches and pains you have no idea perhaps vomiting maybe some diarrhea all of these things are similar to that which you would get when you get the flu and it's extremely difficult to tell the difference but the difference is we have a vaccine for the flu and we also have a rapid test we do in the emergency room to determine whether you have the flu we can do it on site most hospitals have flu swabs in flu tests that they can do and you can get a result within an hour the allergies are very easy you don't run a high fever with allergies you you have Sniffles you do your you know your nose turns red you cough up a lot of gunk but that's not the same thing as the flu and it certainly is not the same thing as cobra nineteen you just product testing can you explain for a moment what we should know about tasks for this coronavirus and why they seem to be a bit more complicated than say a test for the flu yes so the reason they are difficult is that the testing because coronas are very common the regular garden variety coronas we have to be able to discern which one is coded nineteen there's a very complicated process which revolve is around the fact that this is a DNA virus and we do something called polymerase chain reaction on the sample that's why regular hospitals don't have at this point the capability of testing for this virus it has to go to the state health department and before that it had to go to the communicable disease center better known as the CDC you know the P. C. R. which we routinely do for things like diarrheal infections we do the PCR for tuberculosis now this has this is a test that has stream Leist as streamlined diagnosis of infections thirty years ago we don't have anything like this we would have to culture you for T. B. we would have to find out you know when your school if you had organisms that cause diarrhea now we can do the same thing for corona virus but we have to be able to produce the markers namely the R. N. A. ribonucleic acid from the virus which we can get we have to multiply that and then we have to create these little tests that will define and show us that you the patient has an antibody or that is something that really reacts with this in in what's called the polymerized chain reaction the polymerized chain reactions a little complicated to describe your listeners but suffice it to say that that's the reason we haven't had test up front really quickly we're talking to the chairman of medicine at Saint Joseph university hospital Dr Bob Lee Hida a lot of information is floating online suggestions for how people can keep themselves and their families better protected what are some practices are products that we know actually work hand washing with soap works pure rail or hand sanitizers work if you can get a hold of some we have them on the walls here I have a bottle right on my desk in front of me here I have several bottles at home and I wipe my hands down and I also get those you know those wipes we use in the gym yes things right like Jim stop if you're going to a gym in your working out with a lot of other P. people you want to really wipe the machines that I should be doing that anyhow but now you really should do that if you go to the theater you should wipe the chair down before you sit down and watch a movie and most people are going to go to theaters and movie theaters and sit with two hundred people today nor are they going to go to Broadway shows and do the same thing or flying an airplane you got a white you should have done this before corona you got to wait to see down you got to wait the tray table down and make sure that things are pretty clean because these viruses can stay on surfaces for upwards of two days and some people are saying even longer what about face masks well with my patients that have certain illnesses I make them wear face masks now the face mask they wear is the cloth face masks the N. ninety five facemask to the basement that grips around your nose and is any seamless you you you breathe through that mass but there's no leakage of air around it the regular cloth face masks does one thing it protects you from touching your face because if you handle some object that's been contaminated with the virus can you touch your face and that's a problem you'll get the infection it'll go right up into your nary's of your nose or into your mouth and everybody touches their face so we're saying we're a mask a regular cloth mask it'll prevent you from touching your face also wash your hands as much as you can and keep their hands as sterile as possible now if you are infected and you're coughing up phlegm and you're hopping up what you think maybe virus you should wear a nice N. ninety five mask or at the least the surgical mask where ever you go and frankly shouldn't go anywhere you should stay in your house don't go to the emergency room don't go to your doctor's office because you're going to contaminate everybody else that's there if you have trouble breathing or you're running a super high fever then you go to the emergency room where then you go to your doctor's office dial nine one one get an ambulance and get over there or have somebody drive you that's my advice is there anything else about this disease or outbreak do you think it's important we now I think I think there's not much we need to know right now there's very little known about the course it's going to take whether it's going to fade away in the summer or whether it's going to continue into the fall I do hope that we have a vaccine in the early fall September October time so that we can all get immunized with the flu at the same time we can get vaccinated against corona nineteen covert nineteen because that was that's the only surefire way that we're gonna be able to control this infection as you know it's it's devastating certain countries in Europe like get Lee and countries like China and and it's just been devastating to all sorts of populations especially the elderly those elderly people who were quite ill with lung disease or people who chain smoke probably even people who smoke pot you've got a big understanding that your lungs are irritated and when you have an irritated long it sets you up for roaring infection with this virus because their receptors in the long for the
Bob Lee And Forty Years discussed on KCBS Radio Midday News
"In some bittersweet news out of the sports broadcasting world longtime e._s._p._n. anchor bob lee who has been at e._s._p._n. since the beginning some forty years now is retiring at the end of the month he says health is fine and this is in tirlian his decision so congrats to bob on a fantastic
"bob lee" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"He is the former mayor Minneapolis. He now is the CEO and president of the Minneapolis foundation. Raymond, Thomas Rybeck. Is here are you in trouble and somebody calls you, Raymond Thomas? Like, I know, you know, you're in trouble. If you call me, right? Yes. Like, okay. So my full name is Chadwick. And most of the time if somebody says Chadwick to me, I'm in trouble. Yeah. Most of the time if they say our TV or say, Raymond, it's usually only once, but yeah, I've just never been Raymond. So. Because we then talked about famous Raymond's, right? And we decided that the name Ray has kind of fallen out of favor. There's a reason for Tadic 'cause people who were given that name like me chose not to repeat it a lot of people. I know like Ray, I Don, I just never watch. They called me Archie all my life. So I'm I'm I've never really been a Raymond duly. Could. I by the way. Answer that quarterback quite sure can quarterbacks who played for the Vikings who were starters should have been backup. Yeah. Okay. Flipside Gary quavo, wound up being a pretty good start. Yeah. Hit he was part of that rotation. Like when Bob Lee was kind of it's it's the NBA between Francis here because they traded talking in sixty seven he comes back sixty two they have cap for the one year. I think or maybe even two years, but you had different guys. But yeah. Some I was thinking like quintessential Vikings backups, and Adam what was Steve dill's Steve dill. That's good King Harald go. Okay. Anyway. Wrap hall to go down. But it is it is. Well, we go down rat holes. Occasion. Okay. So I'm looking at your story. RT rybeck. The jujitsu of marijuana legislation. It was available online Star Tribune with weekend. It was in the actual paper on Sunday. If people still wanna read it as as someone who still is an observer politics, but not an active participant. Do you think recreational marijuana the legislation will pass this session? I I don't know whether it will pass the Senate or not I'm over at the legislature. My point was it does pass we ought to recognize that the prohibition against marijuana has been dramatically harder on communities of color, especially African Americans. And we ought to recognize that and do what we can't at least address some of the damage in legalization. I can explain that in a second. I didn't with that to get through headline, but it's sort of interesting because something that made it harder for one community could actually become something that made it easier. And here's the main point I was making. I you know, I started out with an admits. I'm talking about nineteen seventy fiftieth street smoking, I joint with a friend of mine, we weren't crowd at Lahti die. You're in the heart of, you know, some of us are in golden valley were weren't right? I was in south west, but on my way to retire. And we're in cop cars around. Yup. I had down that on Broadway. Yep. We're there are a lot more cops and a lot more percentage. Yup. I probably would have been caught had been black every statistics shows at my arrest would have been different my experience in the criminal Justice system would have been traumatically harder. And I have to admit it. If in nineteen seventy I was a black kid walking down Broadway, all of that entrance in the criminal Justice system would make Trump medically less likely. I would have become. See the Minneapolis nowadays. You gotta own that and recognize it. So what do we do? We don't just feel bad about it. We say that if marijuana gets legalized. Include three things that I said in one of them was the idea that we've got to get people out of prison who are spending long terms for low level offenses to there will be money coming in and what we ought to do is to direct some of it to create new economic opportunities for not only those coming out of jail. But those communities like north Minneapolis that have suffered the most and you can do a lot with the incredible amount of money. That's going to come out of this, and I would much rather have the resources go to places like north Minneapolis that have been negative impact it ban people like John bainer who are making knowing him stairs lobbyists to the third point. Is it may become legal? But let's not say it's wonderful any more than alcohol or tobacco or the other legal things are so let's put some money into prevention as well. And and if you were in the legislation this year, if all those things were put in place, you would vote yes. For the legal. Position. Yes. Okay. So let let let me pick up on your first bunkers. I agree. One hundred percent. There's no doubt there people. We both know and both Noel now might be the similar people who if me and you today were walking somewhere and two of our African American friends were walking right in front of us fifty yards in front of us. What would happen to them compared to us at times is completely different? And it's an awful part of our society that that continues to take place in many areas including marijuana. Let me let me pose this though, if someone is arrested and at the time marijuana was against the law. Should we have the ability to go back and twenty nineteen and say, no you're rest in twenty sixteen. We think that marijuana should be legal then so are wiping this away or we're just reducing the the offense just expand on that a little bit. Well, you know, how this is all done in the criminal Justice. There are a lot of people smarter than me. But I would say this if somebody who suffered a consequence twenty years ago because they were arrested for marijuana, and they were black and their consequences so much worse. I would imagine they've already paid a pretty pretty good price. Read I paid no price for the fact that I broke the law, and I'm not proud of this. But it's important to me to lay that out. I smoked marijuana high broke the law. I had no consequence if I had been black in those same circumstances. I would have already suffered the consequence with sound. Like you're saying into somebody. Here's a free ride people paid a big price in their communities and their future has so I think that's important. You know to me there's this other issues that I didn't get into in the article, but I used to feel this a lot as mayor. I used to think that smoking marijuana was illegal victimless. But as long as it's illegal the money that goes to at right now is going to primarily illegal gangs, many of which operated north Minneapolis. So I got a really good education of that as mayor I became very vocal to other people, especially those not in north Minneapolis saying, look, you may believe it should be legal or not. But as long as it is illegal the money that's being spent by smoking marijuana is going to gangs who are putting bullets and has the kids in north Minneapolis. The status quo is unacceptable, and we've got to change that dynamic it immediately. Get the prophet marijuana outta hand for people who are killing kits in north Minneapolis. So there's a whole lot here that is wrong with this system. And I don't. Say people should run around smoking pot all the time. But I just say get on us get it out in public and get investment in in helping communities that have suffered the most. So let me stay with that remind folks RT Rybeck is with us. The former mayor of Minneapolis now, the CEO and president of many of the Minneapolis foundations. So we are seeing huge numbers of people. Even like as you alluded to John bainer of all people John bainer on on a board of a very big company. That's pushing for the legalisation, and as more and more states have this. There will be a great deal of money made might not be as much as some people suggest, but it will be out there. And we both believe in capitalism where where is the balanced though of how much that money should be directed into areas in committees. As in our case here, north, Minneapolis. But it's not the only place where we balanced that. If a state such as Minnesota says we're going allow it, but we're gonna take. X amount and funnel it into ways to help. The folks who've been hit harder by this than others. Well, I think a percentage that's what percentage is the argument in the article, I talked about the fact quickly, but I want to expand on this can also be years to address many other races is the private industry, and that's great. But it's a regulated industry like alcohol, many lockups, so you can make choices in how you where you give licenses and I believe it should not only go to communities keep re impacted like African Americans. But also the geographies and not just north Minneapolis. We have a huge urban rural divide in this state. And one of the things we can do is to seed. Organizations there. So stop and think about this check the aren't the first state. Okay. Big little little businesses have grown into big businesses in Colorado, and California and all of that if and when we legalize in Minnesota, there's gonna be a land rest to come into here. I don't want big companies from elsewhere doing this. I want us to see businesses all around the state that that can not only grow, but add value to it like soybeans. Let the second largest crap in this state go outside of our state almost adding no value to what I mean by that is all of those ancillary businesses around that kind of agriculture that aren't are grown. Aren't being done here? So in marijuana. That's not just smoke something or eat something where the big profit is going to Colorado. Let's have someone in Marshall Minnesota. Yeah. I'm describing an example who is taking the marijuana grown in that region. Creating I dunno edibles or whatever and that having a distribution system grand marshal into the metro area into other states, and let's really get systemic about this, and and and help homegrown Minnesota create its own growth out of this new industry that is very lucrative. Okay. So so what are you going to gangs right now? Okay. So what it literally be okay? Minnesota legalizes recreational marijuana were to entrepreneurs and you live in South Dakota. And I live in Nebraska. And if we wanted to come here, the state would say, no, we're going to let entrepreneurs were based in the state of Minnesota be involved in this. No, you do what you do what you can do and what you can't do with with licensing people can do whatever they want if the private market with a couple of exceptions number one. The state can regulate they give out license for dispensaries where can you buy it? So let's let's get strategic about where we wanna grow retail activity. You can also take part of the profits from this and say, okay, what we wanna do is to have an entrepreneurial sign the state has. And we want to challenge organizations in this part of the state. I would say one set have to lose slowest economic growth right now. And let's have value added businesses staff to transportation marketing. Producing edibles, etc. Etc. Etc. So you can you can use part of it through licensing and part of it through designated money..
"bob lee" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma
"But trying to get an interview with Albert bell when he was a free agent, God layer. Okay, he's Albert bell went off to and he's his brother Terry who is representing him and carries no longer with us. Finally, after a long period of time, you know, eight, you know, really telling him, you hate this is going to be a fair story. We're not interested in, you know, eating unfair. You know, this interior finally says, you don't get it. I'm not interested. If air story, I'm interested in a mood story. That's the way it is sometimes insure. You know, if you're going to. Have a reputation for asking people, tough questions. You're not always going to get people to sit in the chair. That's what happened. I couldn't agree with you more on that. Your one of your one of your cohorts? Bob Lee, his daughter, my daughter went to went to high school together, always been always been a big fan. What makes sense? What makes them so good orders. Bob makes probably so good, you know. So I've been working with Bob weir twenty five. And. Pains me to say this in public as I try not to ego, but he. Bob is. He's so committed being fair, being journalists, these down. I've been working with them as they said for quarter century guy. Never mails it. He's always prepared. He works himself yet. He cared hears about story. Here's about people. Here's about his colleague. You know he, he's been the conscience of this place for a long long time. You know what I like is that in the last couple of years in particular, he's, he's also showed us his funny cide his personality. He's he took a long time for him to decide that it was okay not to be just kind of a dispassionate Justice sitting on the bench. He neutral orbiter into show us. Who he really is and to express opinions. And now we've got a think, you know, Bob, Bob's better than ever is more effective than ever. And he's he's a meant she got and much as journalists. He's always prepared e. He he, he wants to dig deep and look. He could have decided longtime for, you know what? I wanna do you know play by play on this? Or I wanna do this, which are all worthy pursuit, but he's remained committed journalism would it wasn't always the fashionable thing when certainly is the thing that draws most eyeballs. I will say this. I mean, this is the highest compliment that in in our business, he's more interested in being good. That'd be bad. He spoke, but I'll tell you what he let me..
Colin Kaepernick Nike, National Football League and Nike discussed on Outside the Lines
"Colin Kaepernick Nike, the National Football League backlash boycott and the cresting of emotions and opinions all fifty five and a half hours before the NFL regular season begins. That's our big story this day after Labor Day in studio z. He is the most famous unemployed athlete on this planet. And Colin Kaepernick is suing the National Football League with a major procedural victory last week, suing the NFL for what he says is collusion in keeping him out of the league because of his political beliefs believes he is expressed by kneeling during the national anthem. And now capper Nick is literal face. One of them the face of a Nike campaign, celebrating its just do it slogan a corporate simple for the official NFL uniform and sideline of peril provider. In fact, Nike this year extended, it's likely multibillion dollar NFL contract for ten years.
"bob lee" Discussed on Outside the Lines
"Welcome to outside the lines. I'm Bob Lee scrutiny and tension upon urban Meyer and Ohio State University in a way that's never been seen before our big story of this first Thursday in August from studios, the one awaiting a finding in Columbus. This is the sign that urban Meyer had erected on the Ohio State buckeyes locker room prominent on the list of decisions. Is that phrase treat women with respect and at this hour with the buckeyes football head coach on administrative leave that sign will prove eventually to either be an affirmation or the height of irony with Myers veracity indeed is employment under scrutiny. What did Meyer no of the alleged history of long standing domestic abuse by assistant coach, Zac Smith, and I, and most importantly, the significant matter here is what happened between Courtney Smith and her ex husband's act. But in two thousand eighteen sports obsessed America. The most compelling question the public square. What did urban Meyer know? And when did he know it? Meyer fired Smith last month, three days after Smith's wife. Obtained an order of protection against it. Meyer was also aware of the domestic violence issue from two thousand nine yesterday Smith's ex wife ignited the story to its current headline with allegations voice to college football reporter. Brett mcmurphy saying she had told Shelley, Mayer, urban wife, the full history of their alleged abuse this on stadium watched dot com or Courtney Smith spoke with Kristen Balboni. Shelly, she's not shooting when she was going to have to urban, she'll get carbon. I fine. You know, you should tell her even this. We can't have somebody like this coaching young men. Did she ever come back to you and tell you that she did tell urban? She did not. She did not. She would reach out to me, ask me how I'm doing. Tommy shows worried, you know, if I needed anything, she was there, do you think that he knows about all of this? I believe he does two days after urban Meyer fire Jack Smith last month. He denied that he knew anything beyond two thousand nine to the Smiths. Domestic problems will address two thousand nine because I've been asked about the two thousand nine Zach was an intern, a very young couple as I do anytime. I imagine most coaches are people leadership positions you receive a phone call. First thing you do is tell your boss, let the experts do. Their jobs were certainly not gonna investigate. It came back to me that what was report. Wasn't actually what happened. And so showing I actually both got involved because their relationship with that family and advised for Kelsen and wanted to help move forward two thousand and fifteen. I got a text late last night that something happened in two thousand fifteen, and there was nothing unless once again, there's nothing. You know once again, I don't know who creates story like that. And as to those specific allegations of incidents involving Zac Smith is ladies two thousand fifteen. I can't say it didn't happen because I wasn't there. I was never told about anything. It would never anything came to light, but it never had a conversation about it. So I know nothing about veracity. Truthfulness is not just a lot of goal. He could well be a legal necessity here because Myers continued employment at Ohio State could rest on it. Now in the post Larry Nassar world, this contract clause inserted this April in the latest extension of Myers coaching contract requires him to alert university title line officers of any sexual abuse or violence..
"bob lee" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Bob Lee was good he had an nor many turned out, to be quite a quarterback In the NFL and general Lee he was known as quarterback for. The Atlanta, Falcons Bill is calling from. One ta Bill you're on the fan what's happening hey stay fresher After all these years to finally talk. Give, pleasure is mine as well what can you tell me well. Here's here's my I'll process everything I say. With this I stand up for the players. Right to kneel However, I personally? Can't, stand it And I think the, I think the NFL has done just what you were. Saying, before about what some of these coaches, and managers have done they've taken. The cushy position and if? Not, taking a stance. Where they should've. Taken a stance one, way or the other they should have made a. Decision, and stuck with it yeah Like much. Like. Our president has there's nothing wrong with President Trump thinking that these players should stands just like, I would assume and it's my assumption that President Obama would have, probably taken the position that they should be able to, kneel so either way it's it's really not wrong it's a president has very strong feelings for these things right my biggest, problem with this is that the the the NFL hasn't. Taken Certain companies take stances, on social issues but one thing they better do when they do finally take a stance expect the repercussions one. Way or, the other and then live with them yeah no no I understand what you're saying and and again the NFL has this, problem with policy, that it can says St. stick with and the president even with the Jerry Jones, talking about Trump's tweeting on the matter. Over the last two years problematic. Which is code for a problem for the NFL and the NFL wishes that the president would, stick to politics but again this has a lot to do what politics if you're for the kneeling your I. Anti Trump if you're with the standing you're. Pro Trump and I think it's a little bit more. Than. Just that from the surface say goes a little bit deeper than that Has to do with the constitution, and the Bill of rights and the freedoms that we have and the bottom line is it's a, controversy that would you will not go away the NBA doesn't have these kinds of problems again because it has. Programs in, place of wariness and programs in place in which a good number of NBA players contribute with their own money to the, programs that the,.
"bob lee" Discussed on Outside the Lines
"Well, no, outside the lines I Bob Lee, James Winston about to enter that strange nether world of training camp on route to an NFL suspension. It's our big story on this Thursday from studios e the narrative has been recently Jamie's gets it. He screwed up. He's having personal conversations with his teammates, and he's trying to proactively manage his pending three-game league suspension. Now, there is a lot in play here as Winston enters his fourth NFL season following a Florida state career, which saw equal attention on his football and his personal conduct leading to what's been generally regarded as an inconsistent pro career. He was only three and ten is a starter last year, but all of that now overshadowed by his pending three-game NFL suspension for allegedly touching a female Uber driver two and a half years ago. The allegation did not surface until last fall took eight months or NFL Justice to investigate and Judy, Kate the matter and today the smarting Winston spoke of this critical crossroads moment in this. Professional life. Since I've been in this community, I've given him my all I know I got some hard work to do to regain the trust of my fans, but building dream rooms being in the community being great leader own off the field. You know, my main goal is to be a great person, agreed teammate, integrate leader every single day. And I think I've done that now. Winstons teammates to that point had been foursquare in his corner since all of this came to light including recently the suspension. That's my boy. You know, one of my best friends, obviously I was hurt by it. But no, we've been going to war together for three years before years. Now, minister games. That's it. Stuff happens. Stuff happens. In this case, stuff happens that when describing writing could be interpreted as sexual assault and fortunate for Winston, it was not pursued as such. Mistake, man, you know, he knows that we are Nord, but we, you know, we got his back. Like I said, you know, he, no, he, he knows what he's done. He's gonna learn from it because you know, from whenever it happened to now, you know, he's, he's matured a lot. So Winston comes any begins can't before then sitting the first three regular season games today. Jason read of the undefeated. All right. We got to reconcile here the sincerity that certainly apparent there. And the word said with the history here, the fact that he's having these conversations, what? What do you make all this Bob, you hit a, you said, proactive. I think that's the word here. He really has tried to reach out to his teammates to let them know that he understands that he made a mistake, but that he wants to be the guy who they've seen in that locker room more days than not. He wants to be a guy who's the lead them moving forward. And Bob, I remember a couple years ago I went down to Tampa, and I spent some time with James do a piece on him and what really struck me as that in that building, there really is a belief in him and you talked about his record as star last year. He has not proven yet that he is that top of the draft franchise quarterback that he was picked to be. But it did strike me like I said that the. People there really do believe in him and they like him and they care for him, and they think that he can be that guy. So the fact that he's been proactive with this, I think that'll help them. But again, as you also said, we gotta wait and see what he does here. Winning obviously solves a lot of problems, the national football every sport, sixteen game schedule, especially in the NFL, and here's the club not featuring him in any of the murals around the stadium, whether that's an overstatement or not..
"bob lee" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Seventy nine nine hundred ninety four so give us something in sports that you want to see changed so he's something in sports you think's a problem and then what the solution is to essentially affect positive change let's go to francisco in north philly what's up francisco yeah yeah you wanna not thirty minutes baseball you go to three balls nah too radical that's yeah that's speeds up the game it doesn't make it fun yeah i can't get them appears that hey i'm the nba draft you want to see what life i agree with that nobody i know me too and as much as they can explain it and logical as it sounds i still put on my tinfoil hat every now and again say i wanna see those i want to see those pink ping ping pong balls dropped my who's the best the action character ever francisco bruce we need a specific movie i just wanna going with enter the dragon i enter the dragon has to be soundboard for sure yeah that's that's that's a good one man no doubt about that let's go to john john you're on wwl pay are you doing i just moved here from tallahassee actually i'm loving the show thanks john yeah i say bob lee swagger from shooter that's a good one and i got to rule changes one get rid of neutral site games in college football what opening the season like there's twelve of them now i'm over it i kind of feel the alabama state game rather god alabama then to atlanta yeah that's not that's not as fun john i would even say that even when they get into the playoffs you have a better record or something like that you gotta come play in their hometown in their school i like that idea yeah and then my second one is i think everybody the mlb should play each other twice a year why are the yankees play in the phillies every year why are maybe a homes here the next year and away series just there's thirty to thirty teams a hundred and sixty two games you can't figure out two games that they comply see i don't like that because i actually really miss the rivalries that you so exists in the nfl when you play the same teams twelve times now you play them six times if they're not in your division i like of bums me out this division sixteen times i think it's nine thousand nine hundred nine hundred nineteen now yeah i'm sorry yeah those games away while the problem is with with the way baseball's laid out with thirty teams and six divisions the the schedule has gotten really wacky and yeah they know that too by the way all right john hit us up best action characters bobby sweat which is off when they when they shooter though it's always on like every five seconds on tbs and things like that but that's a good shooter shooter yeah the only shooter mcgavin shooter mcgavin an action here but still definitely not an action here john you're down there jeter cameron john bartered bartered in for richard today eight hundred seventy nine nine four nine for changes in sports.
Ailing Motorcycle Industry Could Be Canary in Coal Mine for Automakers – Part Two
"Seventeen past the hour right now we'll get you back to bloomberg politics policy power in law in just a moment we're seeing the equities trade higher on this the final day of the second quarter pretty upbeat with the dow ahead by one percent right now in the broader market financials leading the gains this is after the big banks promised to return records amounts of cash to their shareholders as five hundred is better by about eight tenths of one percent nasdaq composite is up six tenths of one percent right now the canadian government has finalized tariffs on us products they're worth a total of twelve point six billion now that amount mirrors those imposed by the trump administration fiat chrysler is preparing to adjust its manufacturing footprint should president trump's trade tactics result in higher auto tariffs or the collapse of existing trade agreements we were talking with bob lee he is the head of chrysler is power train group he told us contingency planning has been happening on a massive scale crude oil new york is up by more than one percent wti for the week is higher by about seven percent you know that's the biggest weekly gain we've seen in about two months the driver well a lot of concern still about supply disruptions particularly from libya and iran us ten year treasury right now with a yield of two point eight three percent black back to bloomberg politics policy power and law thank you doug well as you as we've been reporting the canadian government has announced its final list of tariffs for us imports of goods shipped from the united states to canada in retaliation the president's tariffs on imported steel and aluminum from canada and for more on this story we want to bring in our bloomberg news canadian economy and politics reporter josh wingrove so josh i know that there were some things that were on the initial list and there were some things that made the final cut walk us through it yeah i mean look pretty much the same there's nothing that's gonna hit a new one knock them out of their share but beer kegs for instance not on the list mustard certain jams so there's sort of consumer goods to nail down but fundamentally the bulk of the list is on of course steele in aluminum and it was the us tariffs on canadian feeling they're responding to in the first place of canada as a counterpart i think the big question is whether donald trump will view it as an escalation josh do canadians support the pace of these retaliatory tariffs yeah are hoping it was going quicker polling of sort of public large show is very popular support of course donald trump is not popular in canada so things that go against trump are popular but you know specifically like the field producers wondered why did they pick a month candidate took a month respond to take the us one winning on june first and they're all saying canada has to do more to stop others steal maybe from china or brazil turkey that might end up being dumped in canada instead of maybe the us where we're headed in the first place so mixer support and frankly calls to do more although some of the people affected by the tariffs that are coming in on sunday you know it's going to hurt them people like boat dealers and that kind of thing we're now see the stuff they sell have a tariff nearby from the provider of course when we talked to you we always want to find out if there are any conversations going on at all between the two sides canadians and the us and also if there are any negotiations going on in the context of the nafta talks yeah yeah i'm reminded of a scene from one of the batman movies where he sort of crumpled paper and throws it against the wall and says you know the search is ongoing they had no at bats word after talks are right now you know they they are stalled with a mexican election on sunday the same day canada tests kick in mexico will go to the polls though i think we're going to see them pick up when the new mexican you know president and his team are identified but they don't take power quite away right away so we don't really know how that's going to shake out i don't think really anyone is expecting much too soon on nafta i'll have to watch batman before i speak to you again josh but so about the.
"bob lee" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"And they're ready they they deserve to have the kind of chances that i've had over the years so there was a lot that went into this hooting that including the fact that the twenty four seven nature of this job just i just it's just it just never ends and i've become less and less a fan of that over the last couple of years so i just think it's it's the right time and it's a good time for me to make moment and is the qb still role on all yeah yeah it'll exist and they will continue to great things and where does your 'em qb work can be read this fall for those who may not know peter well it's going to be it's gonna be it's gonna be nbc sports dot com in some way i don't i've not really discussed that with them rich i i mean record delo manages the digital space over there one of the reasons i'm doing this i think record l is is brilliant when it comes to digital media and so quite honestly my feeling is whatever rick tells me is going to get us the most traffic and do the most good that's what i'm gonna do 'cause he knows fifty times more than i do about what space well you know i had a conversation with bob lee last hour peter after he won his first ever emmy award for studio hosting tat i know right and and how he was talking about if something can't be fit on a phone in our dana age of of the visual medium than it's not worth it salt in the eyes of many who run the businesses of sports broadcasting do you think that there's writing on the wall about the written word digitally peter.
NBA Coaches Association Votes Dwayne Casey as Coach of the Year
"Can support my sponsors by going to my show page at podcast one dot com clicking on the support this podcast button and there you'll see all of my wonderful sponsors that help make this show possible so thank you for downloading subscribing and of course supporting now back to the show stay tuned for sixty seconds of eight news headlines right after this podcast mark stein now the new york times reporting today that the national basketball coaches association which is all coaches of the nba voting for coach of the year have named dwayne casey of the dispatched toronto raptors as the coach of the year not surprising because he might be nba coach of the year when the riders vote on it but buried deep in the story third to last paragraph the other seven coaches to receive votes from their peers were brett brown philadelphia houston's mark dantonio indiana's nate mcmillan san antonio's gregg popovich utah's quin snyder portland terry stotts and the clippers doc rivers all worthy of votegetters no brad stevens which means by the way brad stevens high class enough to not vote for himself and what gear what look i understand all these coaches deserve at least a mention a pat on the back good job all year all of them had had had interesting situations in playoff runs but not even brad stevens getting a single vote to bear saying i little bit little bit wait till you hear the last time somebody got quickly fired after winning coach of the year i've got that set for your phone calls and bob lee with his new emmy award coming up our two are you looking for a champions insight from fan's perspective into the world of sports and entertainment then checkout indicate with me nba champion bj armstrong at me sports analyst gerald brown right he'll podcast one we know the business and each week we'll chat with celebrity guests provided informed discourse on the cultural beats of the moment download new episodes of indicate every thursday on podcast one sports dot com the podcast one f or apple podcasts i just saved hundreds of dollars by switching to gyco i feel like a whole new person disclaimer you will not become a whole new person this is impossible you might be able to join a gym more diet program by new wardrobe get here implants dna in physical form.
"bob lee" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"There are very few places in the company that have objected to our way of doing things most people play along i mean guys jake bill us was on with us yesterday i called him an arrogant gas bag he texted me afterward and he's like eric had gas back and i'm like you know what i got it wrong you weren't proud of arrogant gas begg it was condescending gas bradley edward on forever like that's exactly right that's j billets is you know what i mean yes i mean bob lee is had bomb with our showed i'm saying you don't have that firm with our show you don't have to like our show but don't put your imprint on us man get out of here because i don't like your imprint at your leagues imprint is very conservative and i'm not just dumped on talking about them i'm talking about i want the nfl imprint near us it's all if that's the fight we have to have i'm happy to have it but i don't mike is trying to her i mike is trying to repair things i'm like hey i don't care if they're repaired and be i didn't think they needed repair i guess what i'm trying to do is not necessarily re repair things some things have gone out of hand because nobody cares to ask what the appropriate contacts is an and trying to cut out middle people so instead of an mushrooming they can go directly to the source and have a better understanding that's fair that's a good job i mean that is that's him doing a good job that i end up nuking though in the name of the show in the name of like that's what's made the show popular that we bump against that stuff and there are some sparks but i think mike is saying you know we're still going to bump against some of that stuff now they have the wrecked access them might understand what it is we're doing because right out how one has a lil overdue in a what enact the poor mike okay tell me something here before did you hear about me and the monday night football thing that happened to you know anything about this was that in that room yesterday when you were there.
"bob lee" Discussed on First and Last
"I'd say poorly governed is college athletics tends to be in one of the places that this came up in a way that i thought was thoughtprovoking was with jay bill us on outside the lines with bob lee and comparing the way that were now dealing with this case as the nc aa has launched an investigation into what is going been going on at michigan state versus the way that this was handled or is j bill believes mishandled in the case of something that in scope and nv you know just gross affect that this had on not only young people but student athletes as well and what went on with jerry sandusky in the case of penn state with ansi overly active back and 20000 emotional time with an emotional topic it was a very tightly defined circle of evil if you will of of wrongdoing that was going on and it was met at the time with a lot of public approval people forget a lot of those aside from the philosophical differences that eventually came out because the free report had a lot of questions about it a lot of those penalties were were dialed back over time now you've got five seven eight years later here you've been an incidentally i in a much more weakened position is it almost and a hit uses where but tempting to take an action here that some people white sheron i don't believe so i think you can you can in first some things from that the lack of comment from the answer aa especially firm president marc emmer i mean when asked about this at the incidentally convention emerge said that he needs more information uh but curiously hamas that well that's that's the the question bob and that's exactly where i was going when talking about the fbi probe of college basketball which is still being investigated and has not been adjudicated in court mark hammered said it was disgusting and there needs to be radical and meaningful change immediately any established a commission with regard to the michigan state dr larry nassar where there have been convict convictions and there are up to a hundred victim impact statements that are currently going on and being heard in open court mark edward needs more information i find that deeply troubling but the nc aa put itself in this position by in my judgment going into an area had had no business.
"bob lee" Discussed on Outside the Lines
"We want to considering hooves grown in britain was those villagers overs it was conceivable enforceable protrero kboi news brian nobody can disagree at all with what he said there he is ascended to elder statesman status as if his rings have not done that already well he's kinda like the bob lee of the nba i mean i'm saying that i'm not trying to fled to you but span when you need a moral center you go to bob li ye experience trophies and that's one thing about the nba there's not a lot of people bob that have job security the nba gregg popovich is one of them and because of that he is not afraid to speak his mind whichever beside he wants to come down on and really that is a value to the nba because he speaks as a voice for the league and because he's so respected he has the ability to do at the other guy who has that is steve kerr whose probably after gregg popovich the second most secure person in the league when you have security you have a choice about whether you want to make your voice heard gregg popovich has decided this phase of his career not only is he hasn't just do this bob with things he says publicly but also experiments he tries like bringing becky hammond onto his bench and having a woman assistant sitting next to him he can do that because he knows he could be progressive because he's got security this has been one of the great contributions of pop to the nba beyond the x is a nose and the title snow a thank you for your very kind of words could be pop provokes thought whether you agree with her or not nobody can disagree with what he said last night and needed to be said and he said it uh brian windhorts thank you so much appreciated next college football monday frame by an upsetting saturday.
"bob lee" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Radio peter on your favorite station coming up in the next half hour in the start of a brand new superman story line but right now the thing of of suspense october twenty night 1950 one the hunting of bob lee water you we want you to stand up on the table and startup play so we won't have to kill yes it may dump table what are you gonna do back to the door the niece men if they have any friends this is the time to speak up ooh one day about twelve after that when my brother and i returned from hud to the shack in june against thicket we were surprised to see israel or and waiting for us unarmed and with his hands in the air eweek peace then leaving foreign oh states leave barra come back wearing your good you've got to come in peace can't we my brother was killed there in the sick at by rifles hidden in the brush lauren and his hired gunman took advantage of the fact that we always gave i enemies a chance and loyd is in with an unarmed man killed israel or and after that and i look for peacock but.
"bob lee" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"You get a jackie mcmullan those are they are okay so who wants to be the tony reality here and start first all right who is more of the taliban novella dramatic dude right there was a big bob lee are my man sergio della sarah's be banned brian benefit tommy who is more dramatic i'll go bob liamine the internet had fun of it fun answer judge there but i mean he should've expected it and it's not like anyone's taken really seriously now they they beat him up a little bit on the internet a couple of laughs and bob league coming with the grassi as me amigo incredible tony fidani you let look on your face like you had no idea who sergio de applies in what the phenomenon was all about how to i'll tell you what it's all butch of big deal oh nothing the boop comments too you know it's malki said a p you double five why or something like that right in this country so sexually repressed its frequent believable you know what i mean okay but tony that's one thing tony is not no i like to take my you know out down betty of mike cut his mic tony has never filter he's like he's like the old grandma and golden girls he really is the is still getty of the sports lane and then madly lanark conduit to the uae what does your generation called millennium a millennial your thoughts on sergio dip uh i thought bob lee was a little more dramatic i the entered the trolls hate i hate razor trolls i hate hot takes in age trolls and then ryan kobe he's here early will say to earn you want to jump in early course man okay who is more telephone telenovela ish i gotta go with big bob lee just sell on it so our sergio dibbs just responding you could tell even in that video he's still not comfortable you know really in his own skin right now and uh he's gonna get notoriety out of this and that's great for his career we're never going to forget little dip baby no doubt on a life now that little it was over the top two to invoke nine eleven and immigration sued it was just it was lane a little bit but bob lee is is a veteran as a seasoned veteran he's been around a.
"bob lee" Discussed on WEEI
"Wife look bad one way or making a trading south look bad one way but then you get to that element of this guy is marketing himself in the wellness market in the health and fitness and all of that if you're gonna do that you should probably be somewhat forthright with what you've gone through so if disingenuous hypocritical is right word i might have said that on sunday but there's something is offputting i am less inclined to trust them one who won't tell us what he's been through whether it's something we know you've been through you play football all but i his brady marketing and i know you a draw the line between what brady is marketing with alex guerrero has marketed in the past alex ribbeiro of course has that i think everybody who admits won a comfortable relationship with tom brady because of his past has marketed yeah i can help you neuro say prevent concussions basic lee and and he's peddling snakeoil for is not marketing that kind of a thing animals trying to get to the sent what's the pro because bob lee is it making an argument it doesn't seem like about the greater good of of the sport or the greater health of tom brady or protecting an athlete from self so to speak which frankly needs to happen at times he's looking for the news value you seem to be coming out of from a consumer confidence perspective where he prayed is going to be selling t b twelve meal plans and eating brussel sprouts constantly then he should be completely forthcoming with his neurological health that i just don't see the connection of rules that to me is paramount okay but but but but that leaves into public health and this idea that brady idea this reality that brady is such a central figure that's idolising respected in the message it sends that that he might have we don't know we we are we are assuming these play through can russians if you're tom brady's at the age of europe here is that the example you want set by the greatest quarterback of all time that bad the goat right i think a lot of parents frankly not that they would a spouse that is a example but.
"bob lee" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Sza god no was just perfect perfect moment everyone was just in shock can no way that just happened and i just felt that energy of flight something amazing just happened this made the let go every thanks us kind of holden in so aand i gave him a hug hannatised let everything go at that moment again my brother math words cannot describe what chest as a tribute to my dad it it special what was your data been doing it here on the joe their own i5's a scream in it i said at a board you raised it was the greatest experience that baseball can possibly give me just everything great about baseball pitching home runs fathers and sons making your dad proud all took place i'll never forget that way again on the baseball for will reeve reporting 360 you can watch new additions v sixty hosted by bob lee and yours truly every sunday morning at nine o'clock eastern time.
"bob lee" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"It was just perfect perfect everyone was justin shock can no way that just happened and i just felt that energy of flag something amazing just happened just needed there would let go of everything else can hold it in so aand i gave him a hug i kind of just let everything go at that moment again my brother matthew words cannot describe what chest as a tribute to my dad it it special what would your data have been doing it here in the crash kyodo ruled highfives and screaming it i said at a boy you'd graves it was the greatest experience that baseball can possibly give me just everything great about baseball pitching home runs fathers and sons making your dad crowd all took place i'll never feel that way again on the baseball field we'll reeve reporting 360 you can watch new additions v sixty hosted by bob lee and yours truly every sunday morning at nine o'clock eastern time on espn in the s p an app next on.
"bob lee" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Sza john no aw it's just perfect perfect moment everyone was justin shock can no way that just happened and i just felt that energy of like something amazing just happened just needed the let go over everything else can hold and and and so on i gave him a hug i kind of just let everything go at that moment again my brother math words cannot describe what chest as a tribute to my dad it it's special what was your data been doing it here in the joe their own i5's a in it i said at a boy you raised it was the greatest experience that baseball could possibly give me just everything great about baseball pitching home runs fathers and sons making your dad crowd all took place i'll never fill that way again on baseball will reeve reporting free sixty you can watch new additions v sixty hosted by bob lee and yours truly.
"bob lee" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Those just perfect perfect everyone was justin shock can no way that just happened and i just felt that energy of flight something amazing just happened just needed a late goal everything else can hold a pen and so on i gave him a hug i kind of just let everything go at that moment again my brother matthew words cannot describe what chest as a tribute to my dad it it's special what would your data have been doing if the kyodo ruled highfives of scream in it sata boy you'd reyes it was the greatest experience that baseball could possibly give me just everything great about baseball ficci home runs fathers and the serbs making your dad proud all took place i'll never feel that way again on the baseball field will reeve reporting 360 you can watch new additions v sixty hosted by bob lee and yours truly every sunday morning at nine o'clock eastern time.