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"bollman." Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"bollman." Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Haven't heard to hear their tail stories. I mean, I'm sure the coverage down there The problem is not stop. But there are just so many stories like that. And like I say, I mean, how many Almost Crashes. Have you missed? So it really happens more than you think. You don't know, you know, I mean, that's that's the whole thing about people time to time, they'll say. If you could change any part of your life, What would you change? And I said, Absolutely nothing. Wouldn't change anything because any slight Alteration. Your life can be completely exactly Complete drastically by by waiting five minutes to do something or turning left instead of right going to a different college. Yeah, taking a different job exactly. Look at your kids and saying you probably wouldn't even exist. So get off my back. Some final thoughts coming up next first traffic on the 58 55 years. Bill Jackson. In Dallas still backed up, but both directions on I 30 the big problem. Spot design 30 eastern at East Grand to rank with everything down to one lane. It's backed up through downtown to past Beckley West bounded slow from Ferguson. On 6 35 eastbound at Miller Road. Earlier accident was cleared out of the way things kind of still recovering there. As far as the westbound lanes are concerned in Grand Prairie on 3 16 or Beyond that Kingswood Boulevard, an accident is reported. And in Arlington, and I 20 West founded Bollman Springs. It's a collision in the right lane with CALIF traffic on.

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"bollman." Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"bollman." Discussed on KTRH

"Back in Houston, 64 at the key Trh Top Tax Defenders 24 Hour Weather Center. The time is now six. So one Our top story. A manhunt is underway in South Montgomery County after a routine traffic stop turned into an officer involved shooting along the North Freeway this afternoon. Texas DPS Sergeant Eric Burse says the driver nearly ran over a deputy who opened fire. The truck was found abandoned short time later. Tyler Goodson 28 year old white male. He's very dangerous. Please don't intervene. Call 911 let law enforcement do their job This afternoon, Police set up a perimeter from Pruitt Road to the Grand Parkway. A female passenger fled the scene on foot, but has since been taken into custody. Rodeo, Houston CEO Chris Bollman says, canceling the event for a second straight year due to Cove. It was not an easy, easy decision, but something that had to be done. We've had a stakeholder input group of had a health and well being task force have a lot of medical experts as well. It just became clear to us that we just weren't gonna be able to do what we normally do that from our TV partner, Channel two. Now all Rodeo Houston 2021 has been canceled. The livestock show and horse competitions will continue as private events next month. We have all the details at ktrh dot com. President Joe Biden's executive orders on energy or being called job killers by those who work in the Texas oil and gas sector. Mike Thibodeau is with the price Gregory, which has contracts to build two segments of the Keystone XL pipeline. You know that stroke of the pan. It canceled thousands of jobs, not just price Gregory jobs, But jobs are subcontractors. And then these air high paying union skilled jobs that he feels like the.

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"bollman." Discussed on In Your Corner Divorce

In Your Corner Divorce

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"bollman." Discussed on In Your Corner Divorce

"It's the clothing exchanges. It's the sporting equipment. Exchanges it's Certain behaviors that. I don't tolerate. We're not going to prohibit for example a child from saying hi to dad because it's mom's day own my lord. Please tell us right now. The the behaviors that you don't tolerate. Because i know that it's it sounds ridiculous. Say it out loud but this is actually what's happening so tell us behaviors that you see that you do not tolerate because i i have to that. I don't tolerate. I want your list. So don't tolerate any name calling of any that's one of my that is just encapsulating of there is no negative talk ever the other parent ever under no circumstances in that includes if someone else is in the room saying it about them you shut it down right absolutely okay. Don't talk about your dad that way If there's a problem let's talk about the problem. Or like another relative saying it about their father or their mother that down right I don't permit sort of during exchanges. I limit what they're allowed to communicate about and they're not allowed to go beyond that scope And i there's been a couple where i've said the next report that i hear. I wanna hear that you had a smile on your face and said hey how are you. Johnny had a great weekend. Because that's what. I expected to be in front of the kids. So i don't allow any name calling or negative talk about the other parents I don't allow any sort of this. These games that we play in extracurricular activities where one parent Can't the child can't talk to the other parent because it's mom's time or whatever so that's my second omen two in my second one is under no circumstances. Are you just sit in separate sections. You are in a public place. No one's gonna physically harm each other. There's people all around you don't sit next to each other on into their laps but you can sit in the same row or in the same sections so when your kid hits a first base run the gop to one place. He gives me chills every time. I talk about it to have that moment where they have to look in multiple places. Because you're so selfish you can't be in the same space on the you wanted to live with for the rest of your life right and you you've created this child together and The other thing is i. Don't i've shut down a couple of where we start talking to service providers the school the coaches about while our shared parenting plan says this our parent coordinator told me that we have to do this. All you need to say to that service provider is. Can we schedule an appointment when i can get The data on the phone or is it. Okay if i pay you half and dad pays you have. Would you prefer one of us. A you in full not bringing their drama in garbage. All over haider's right right and for the really really high conflict. Unless there's an issue of poverty I mandate that they get on our family wizard and app or they have to message each other and then they get in trouble for tone no. It's not that they get in trouble for tax trouble. But like i have a client that if they don't when they write something the person in the middle season and they have to have a specific tone. So would i typically do is i use that. It's a it's an court-approved communication system and has a calendar function. It has an information bank. It has an expense reimbursement function. It's a fantastic tool. I like to use it to monitor communications. And then when i see a communication that's gone outside of our rules i say okay. I label it parenting exercise and say i want you to redo this email to comport with our rules Or if a situation happened over the weekend outdo parenting exercise. Please tell me what you could have done differently yet. Plus regarding that one of my clients who was working so hard to have star divorce regardless of what her co parent one city or doesn't want to do is involved in a situation. They have one week on one week off. Shared parenting which i actually find to be really painful for the children It's really it's really emotionally painful especially for young children to be away from apparent for that long but she is not allowed to talk to her own children for a week. Only giving like trout times the whole week and i'm like why would you do anything to take away the ability to communicate with the other trial like that with the other parent like why would why would any parent say no. I don't want to talk to your mom or dad now and i don't typically You're told that by one of your clients. What are you. So i tell them. The typically i don't allow those kinds of restrictions Is is a you know you're divorced not theirs and that We're trying to help them get to a new normal. Yes what what. A lot of parents don't understand. Is that the divorce and having to split. Two homes is a traumatic experience for kids their whole life. Sometimes they're now at two new homes because the marital residence. That's what we did four blocks away on purpose because we wanted them to be able to ride their bike and dad's house mom's house to get a cord. You forgot and to be in the same neighborhood on breaks. Yeah so you know. I tell them you know. Let's have a phone call during quiet time at the end of the day so that mom can say how was your day will get you in jamie makeup. I remember you told me yesterday. You had a fight. This allows both parents to stay integrated into the child's life and have those sort of intimate moments with their kids where they have shared stories. Well i'm really talking to mom about my friendship with suzy. Because i'm not comfortable talking with that about it but you know but then there's some things going on you know the dad's helping child work through and they wanna be able to just call and say. Hey guess what happened today or download them study for a on friday and then it's mom's week next week. The has to wait a whole week to find out how you get on your idea. Restricting any access to someone's parent right almost feels abusive I think it's traumatic. I mean i think you're you're telling the child that there's something inherently wrong with you wanting to have contact with your paren- on my parenting. This is my parenting time. It's all about them and it's all about nine one right. This is an the parents. This is your problem you need to get over it. I love you you might rain. How go ahead mike. Famous line is suck it up buttercup and get over it. I am stealing. And i'm gonna tell you tolerance yours but it's true i just had so i also offered the service of cold figuring it out. Which is sue. Hard and i basically sit with one client at a time in then two of them at a time and we just lay out the facts that he would never tell someone what to do. I believe in marriage and love. I also believe in healthy divorce. Whatever is right for your family. But when one parent decides that this is what the right choice for them and the other one doesn't want it no matter.

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"bollman." Discussed on In Your Corner Divorce

In Your Corner Divorce

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"bollman." Discussed on In Your Corner Divorce

"Can you.

"bollman." Discussed on In Your Corner Divorce

In Your Corner Divorce

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"bollman." Discussed on In Your Corner Divorce

"Regardless of how we find ourselves in the world of divorce the one thing we have complete control over is how we behave from here on out. We have two choices. One is to remain stuck in the stories. The anger and pain in the other is take a breath. Adjust our sale to the wind in work harder than ever before to create a new story for our children for ourselves and for the world around us. It's your choice your work. But i'll be in your corner welcomed in your corner divorce. Podcast my name is carly israel. And i am your host. Today i have the privilege of talking with christina bullman christina. Welcome thank you to be here. Thank you christina. Isn't experienced attorney. Mediator parenting coordinator christina works with all the high conflict parents to resolve issues. Just those words ultra high conflict. Give me a stomach ache. Can you tell me what that looks like. So this is where there is little to no co-parenting relationship. This is where we have kiddos caught in the middle. This is where conflict has been going on post divorce from multiple years Or during the divorce. This is where the parents have repeatedly returned to court for contempt or motions to modify. This is where we have outside service providers being drug into this. You know we're arguing with baseball coaches in schoolteachers. We're having to have multiple parent teacher conferences. we've had. Some parents have been asked not to come onto the browns. I mean we're talking the cream of the crop. The worst of the worst. We have very little communication skills on the other hand. We do have some that. The court would call alter conflict and typically if we can put some protocols in place in some rules for communication. We see that things. Settle down pretty quickly. So how does the client get to you. So mind will typically come through court appointments and the reason that we choose to do this is because if they come to me privately they pay private practice fees right if they come through the core. I'm appointed pursuant to a local rule. They pay the courts Fee which is typically between sixty and seventy five dollars an hour I'll either come. Because i was referred by a guardian Or attorneys that. I've worked within the past Most of the magistrates in our local counties. No what i do That kind of thing so it's typically through a court appointment or referral from guardian. And are you meeting with both parents. Just one always both so typically the way i do it is. I do an intake with both parents. I really need to figure out what the issues are. And then we start at what the question is. What are you seeing. Are the big ticket issues that are just consistently at your at your door. Every cases a little bit different Some of the bigger consistent issues we see is one or both parents have mental health issues or personality disorders We see conflicts because there is two very different parenting styles either one is very permissive and the other is very strict Or we have sort of the helicopter parent in the free range parent in. It doesn't mesh well together. The crux of all big issues. It's communication off an understanding and respect for the other parents and respecting that. You know mom says. I have a concern about this. Not throwing your hands up and saying oh my goodness you make such a big deal out of every paying and really truly showing respect and saying okay. Well let's talk about this and let's see if there's anything that we can do to work together about this we'd compromising it is and you're not. You're not asking someone that is not able to do something to do it. Because you're mad. I have a question for you re in regards to that. 'cause i know you have more say about that putting aside which you don't get to do but i get to do because i can't work with for clients. I can't work with someone who's got mental health issues. Because i'm not experienced enough to do that and there's an it's a whole different boat so putting aside those do you still see ultra-high contract ultra high conflict when there are minus the mental health issues. The other issues mentioned absolutely. I do too and what i want to ask you and i feel like it's kind of simple so much work is i tell i tell clients that the number one reason that their children will be harmed by not showing up at events because the other person's there by putting them in the middle by saying negative things about them by allowing to say negative things about their parents by doing lots of passive aggressive. Yucky stuff is because they're selfish correct and they're not willing to do the emotional work. It's gonna take to get through their story so when i work with people. I'm a coach. So i have the ability to kind of be hard and i'm like look you get to tell me your story one time and then we're done with it absolutely and i say the same thing. It's great that you gave me some background information. I want to talk about what we're going to do going forward. Yeah because here's the thing. The decisions already made. They're no longer together. So you are talking about what happened in will unravel what. They didn't what she did. It doesn't matter. The marriage is over. Your only priority is. How can we best raise these children in something that. I think that you definitely can connect with that i do. I actually believe that what you're doing. What i'm doing are very similar. It is it is it is and that we can literally change the landscape of divorce for generations to come because like you said before we started talking and we're going to really get into it. We're creating mental health issues. Children are growing up to be teenagers and adults who get married or in relationships who have children and then it keeps repeating and repeating yup. Were perpetuating this Sort of some of the belief systems. I i have sometimes referred to it as the golden uterus syndrome. Where just. Because you're the mom i you know i'm the mom i get to make all the rules while we don't we don't do that anymore. And it's not shut up that and pay your child support anymore And then we talk about the dads because for a lot of our dads what. Co-parenting is is new for them. They're actually learning how to be a parent her wrecked and and i always tell them you know they say oh well you know. I don't know when. I don't know this okay. But you've just totally you want shared parenting and shared parenting. Means you have to share in the parenting and that means that when juniors sick you don't call mom you gotta meeting..

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"bollman." Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"bollman." Discussed on KCRW

"Dr. Roberta db Aussie is the head of pediatric infectious diseases at Children's National Hospital in Washington, D. C. And she told me there's a reason that we still don't know how these vaccines affect kids. It stems from the fact that we always focus on adults first boast for the disease itself, and that's appropriate in the case of Cove it because of the severity of the disease in adults. But it does affect Children both the disease and therefore we do need to think about vaccine in Children as well. But in all vaccines, we always want to do our initial efficacy and safety studies in the adult population in particular for this disease, where that group of people are the most heavily affected with hospitalization, severe infection and death, So Children just aren't part of the trials in the beginning is that generally what happens That's generally the case that we start with adults. And then as we get the safety and efficacy data, we incrementally will move it down into the younger age groups. So for the Fizer product, they did include down to 16 years of age in that initial set of data that we saw, and in fact they had been enrolling Children down to 12 years of age. Since October, and there were even you know, a couple 100 Children for which we had a little bit of preliminary data to look at for that product for the modern a product. They are now just launching a 12 to 17 year old group of individuals to be studied. They'll have over 3000 Children and that studies well, and so how long would you say it will be before we know whether these two vaccines are safe for Children? I would hope that maybe by January or February, we should start to see some of the data coming out. Normally with new vaccines. We do have longer to study the side effects and how they could different Children compared to adults. Are you comfortable and confident? That this is being handled. Well, that enough time is being given to determine whether or not this might affect Children differently than adults. This vaccine. Yes, I'm very confident. I think you know, one of the things that the public really should understand is that the Ability to speed up, quote. Speed up. The process here has nothing to do with shortening or changing or taking shortcuts with the very careful safety and efficacy evaluations. The part that was able to be speeded up was because of the technology of these two vaccines and the ability to develop the vaccine with a piece of message, Arnie Rather than some of the other methods that we've used for over 50 years that are very, very time consuming to actually get to the point where you can put it into a human trial. But what I think is super important for the public to know is that once the product was available and and went into the usual clinical trials, there have been no shortcuts. NPR's science desk is aware of some reporting, suggesting that the dosed of vaccine could be reduced for Children. What do you know about that? Is that standard Do kids normally get, for example, less flu vaccine than adults do. For this particular vaccines, these two that have been released so far. They have performed very similarly in the 16 18 year olds as to the older individuals, But if we look at the actual numbers of the side effects, they are slightly higher in kids, meaning they have a more robust immune response to the vaccine, So it's it's certainly possible that they might actually need a lower dose. So that all is being evaluated. What do you want? Parents listening to know? Right now? I think what parents should know is that the vast majority of Children are going to do fine Even if they get infected with co vid on Lee 3%, of all the hospitalizations in the U. S are in Children, So you know if we take any one child Odds are very good for them that they're going to have a mild illness, and if they're hospitalized, they're going to survive. And the vaccine is really important for us now to first protect our most vulnerable population, which are Health care workers. The frontline essential workers are elderly and our teachers and those that are interacting with Children and eventually with the appropriate safety studies that are being done and efficacy studies and kids will also have a safe and efficacious vaccine for our kids as well. Dr Roberta DBS. He chief of pediatric infectious diseases at Children's National Hospital in Washington, D. C. Thank you so much for taking the time. We appreciate it. Thank you so much. For the past five years, a mysterious secret Santa has been spreading holiday cheer in Idaho. It's amazing to watch somebody's life change in seconds where you show up, they open a box and that thing they never thought would happen. Just happened from anonymous giver who doesn't want to be known. That's Nate Eaton, and he is Secret Santa's little helper, so to speak. He's also a journalist who helped launch east Idaho news dot com. In 2000 and 15. He got a random phone call from a local person, who said. I have $100,000 that I want to give away. But I want to be sure that the money goes to people who truly need it. People that would never ask for a handout. People that you know, are working hard. They've just run out of money, and they've run out of luck. Eaton says he's gonna flood of nominations every year since then, this year. Diana Bollman was one. She and her husband are both 65. They wake up every morning to deliver newspapers in an old van. Right now we are driving at 2000 and three Dodge Caravan. Which had very much enjoyed, But it's old and it's got your order and 40,000 miles on it. After delivering the papers, Diana goes to her full time job at McDonald's. She wants to retire soon, but her husband is on disability. So she's the provider. Now. Nate Ian, who's well known in the community, recently showed up at the McDonald's where she works. As soon as I saw you eat something, and she was right eaten, presented her with a 2019 Hyundai Tucson. I was really just a little bit flabbergasted Whoever the person he is, well, everybody would like him to know that they are very much appreciated. It's Diana Baldwin thankful.

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"bollman." Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"bollman." Discussed on KCRW

"Is it safe for Children to take covert 19 vaccines? We still don't actually know, but researchers are trying to figure it out. Dr. Roberta db Aussie is the head of pediatric infectious diseases at Children's National Hospital in Washington, D. C. And she told me there's a reason that we still don't know how these vaccines affect kids. It stems from the fact that we always focus on adults first boast for the disease itself, and that's appropriate in the case of Cove it because of the severity of the disease in adults. But it does affect Children both the disease and therefore we do need to think about vaccine in Children as well. But in all vaccines, we always want to do our initial efficacy and safety studies in the adult population in particular for this disease, where that group of people are the most heavily affected with hospitalization, severe infection and death, So Children just aren't part of the trials in the beginning is that generally what happens that's generally the case that we start with adults. And then as we get the safety and Efficacy data. We incrementally will move it down into the younger age groups. So for the Fizer product, they did include down to 16 years of age in that initial set of data that we saw, and in fact, they had been enrolling Children down to 12 years of age since October, and there were even you know, a couple 100 Children for which we had a little bit of preliminary data to look at for that product. For the modern, a product. They are now just launching a 12 to 17 year old group of individuals to be studied. They'll have over 3000 Children in that study as well. And so how long would you say it will be before we know whether these two vaccines are safe for Children? I would hope that maybe by January or February, we should start to see some of the data coming out. Normally with new vaccines. We do have longer to study the side effects and how they could different Children compared to adults. Are you comfortable and confident? That this is being handled. Well, that enough time is being given to determine whether or not this might affect Children differently than adults. This vaccine. Yes, I'm very confident. I think you know, one of the things that the public really should understand is that the Ability to speed up, quote. Speed up. The process here has nothing to do with shortening or changing or taking shortcuts with the very careful safety and efficacy evaluations. The part that was able to be speeded up was because of the technology of these two vaccines and the ability to develop the vaccine with a piece of message, Arnie Rather than some of the other methods that we've used for over 50 years that are very, very time consuming to actually get to the point where you can put it into a human trial. But what I think is super important for the public to know is that once the product was available and went into the usual clinical trials, there have been no shortcuts. NPR's science desk is aware of some reporting, suggesting that the dosed of vaccine could be reduced for Children. What do you know about that? Is that standard Do kids normally get, for example, less flu vaccine than adults do. For this particular vaccines, these two that have been released so far. They have performed very similarly in the 16 18 year olds as to the older individuals, But if we look at the actual numbers of the side effects, they are slightly higher in kids, meaning they have a more robust immune response to the vaccine, So it's it's certainly possible that they might actually need a lower dose. So that all is being evaluated. What do you want? Parents listening to know? Right now? I think what parents should know is that the vast majority of Children are going to do fine Even if they get infected with co vid on Lee 3%, of all the hospitalizations in the U. S are in Children, So you know if we take any one child Odds are very good for them that they're going to have a mild illness, and if they're hospitalized, they're going to survive. And the vaccine is really important for us now to first protect our most vulnerable population, which are Health care workers. The frontline essential workers are elderly and our teachers and those that are interacting with Children and eventually with the appropriate safety studies that are being done and efficacy studies and kids will also have a safe and efficacious vaccine for our kids as well. Dr Roberta DBS. He chief of pediatric infectious diseases at Children's National Hospital in Washington, D. C. Thank you so much for taking the time. We appreciate it. Thank you so much. For the past five years, a mysterious secret Santa has been spreading holiday cheer in Idaho. It's amazing to watch somebody's life change in seconds where you show up, they open a box and that thing they never thought would happen. Just happened from anonymous giver who doesn't want to be known. That's Nate Eaton, and he is Secret Santa's little helper, so to speak. He's also a journalist who helped launch east Idaho news dot com. In 2000 and 15. He got a random phone call from a local person, who said. I have $100,000 that I want to give away. But I want to be sure that the money goes to people who truly need it. People that would never ask for a handout. People that you know, are working hard. They just run out of money, and they've run out of luck. Eaton says he's gonna flood of nominations every year since then, this year. Diana Bollman was one. She and her husband are both 65. They wake up every morning to deliver newspapers in an old van right now. We are driving at 2003 Dodge Caravan. Which had very much enjoyed, But it's old and it's got you turn 40,000 miles on it. After delivering the papers, Diana goes to her full time job at McDonald's. She wants to retire soon, but her husband is on disability. So she's the provider. Now. Nate Ian, who's well known in the community, recently showed up at the McDonald's where she works as soon as I saw something, and she was right eaten, presented her with a 2019 Hyundai Tucson. I was really just a little bit flabbergasted Whoever the person he is, well, everybody would like him to know that they are very much.

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"bollman." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"bollman." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is it safe for Children to take covert 19 vaccines? We still don't actually know, but researchers are trying to figure it out. Dr. Roberta Di BSC is the head of pediatric infectious diseases at Children's National Hospital in Washington, D. C. And she told me there's a reason that we still don't know how these vaccines affect kids. It stems from the fact that we always focus on adults first boast for the disease itself, and that's appropriate in the case of Cove it because of the severity of the disease in adults. But it does affect Children both the disease and therefore we do need to think about vaccine in Children as well. But in all vaccines, we always want to do our initial efficacy and safety studies in the adult population and particular for this disease, where that group of people are the most heavily affected with hospitalization, severe infection and death. So Children just aren't part of the trials in the beginning is that generally what happens that's generally the case that we start with adults. And then as we get the safety and Efficacy data. We incrementally will move it down into the younger age groups. So for the Fizer product, they did include down to 16 years of age in that initial set of data that we saw, and in fact, they had been enrolling Children down to 12 years of age since October, and there were even you know, a couple 100 Children for which we had a little bit of preliminary data to look at for that product. For the modern a product. They are now just launching a 12 to 17 year old group of individuals to be studied, and I'll have over 3000 Children in that study as well. And so how long would you say it will be before we know whether these two vaccines are safe for Children? I would hope that maybe by January or February, we should start to see some of the data coming out. Normally with new vaccines. We do have longer to study the side effects and how they could different Children compared to adults. Are you comfortable and confident? That this is being handled. Well, that enough time is being given to determine whether or not this might affect Children differently than adults. This vaccine. Yes, I'm very confident. I think you know, one of the things that the public really should understand is that the Ability to speed up, quote. Speed up. The process here has nothing to do with shortening or changing or taking shortcuts with the very careful safety and efficacy evaluations. The part that was able to be speeded up was because of the technology of these two vaccines and the ability to develop the vaccine with a piece of message, Arnie Rather than some of the other methods that we've used for over 50 years that are very, very time consuming to actually get to the point where you can put it into a human trial. But what I think is super important for the public to know is that once the product was available and and went into the usual clinical trials, there have been no short cuts. NPR's science desk is aware of some reporting, suggesting that the dosed of vaccine could be reduced for Children. What do you know about that? Is that standard Do kids normally get, for example, less flu vaccine than adults do. For this particular vaccines, these two that have been released so far. They have performed very similarly in the 16 18 year olds as to the older individuals, But if we look at the actual numbers of the side effects, they are slightly higher in kids, meaning they have a more robust immune response to the vaccine, So it's it's certainly possible that they might actually need a lower dose. So that all is being evaluated. What do you want? Parents listening to know? Right now? I think what parents should know is that the vast majority of Children are going to do fine Even if they get infected with co vid on Lee 3%, of all the hospitalizations in the U. S are in Children, So you know if we take any one child Odds are very good for them that they're going to have a mild illness, and if they're hospitalized, they're going to survive. And the vaccine is really important for us now to first protect our most vulnerable population, which are Health care workers. The frontline of central workers are elderly and our teachers and those that are interacting with Children and eventually with the appropriate safety studies that are being done and efficacy studies and kids will also have a safe and efficacious vaccine for our kids as well. Dr Roberta DBS. He chief of pediatric infectious diseases at Children's National Hospital in Washington, D. C. Thank you so much for taking the time. We appreciate it. Thank you so much. For the past five years, a mysterious secret Santa has been spreading holiday cheer in Idaho. It's amazing to watch somebody's life change in seconds where you show up, they open a box and that thing they never thought would happen. Just happened from an anonymous giver who doesn't want to be known. That's Nate Eaton, and he is Secret Santa's little helper, so to speak. He's also a journalist who helped launch east Idaho news dot com. In 2000 and 15. He got a random phone call from a local person, who said. I have $100,000 that I want to give away. But I want to be sure that the money goes to people who truly need it. People that would never ask for a handout. People that you know, are working hard. They just run out of money, and they've run out of luck. Eaton says he's gonna flood of nominations every year since then, this year. Diana Bollman was one. She and her husband are both 65. They wake up every morning to deliver newspapers in an old van. Right now we are driving at 2000 and three Dodge Caravan. Which are very much enjoyed, But it's old and it's got you 100 and 40,000 miles on it. After delivering the papers, Diana goes to her full time job at McDonald's. She wants to retire soon, but her husband is on disability. So she's the provider. And they've eaten who's well known in the community recently showed up at the McDonald's where she works. As soon as I saw you even bring you something good job, and she was right eaten, presented her with a 2019 Hyundai Tucson. I was really just a little bit flabbergasted. Who are living person he is well, everybody would like him to know that they are very much appreciated. It's Diana Baldwin thankful for a gift from a secret Santa who still remains anonymous man with Krystal thinks there should be a treatment that Merrick presents face bad should treatment. About me and Dan murdering my business Feel like I'm Karen Die. This'll is NPR news..

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"bollman." Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"bollman." Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"The way this has been alarmingly reported, has been blown way out of proportion. Once again, not saying that this virus is in serious. I'm saying the way it's reported is not serious. God, It's gotten to the point now where it's just silly. But finally, you're starting to see some people say Well, maybe There was a little hypocrisy. When it came to the protest, because, you know, we said you shouldn't do this on one hand, and then a Literally a few days later, you you should be out there, protest it. You remember just a month ago. The biggest story? Well, a little more than a month ago, the biggest story was sending a salon hair owner to Ah, Our hair salon owner to jail. Because she had the gold open up her business. I'll guarantee that judge was probably out there protesting with everybody else, and I don't hear anybody calling him selfish. Like he called her. But that's that's why people don't trust the government. So whenever you hear this while people in Texas they're just stupid. These these anti government people, they're just idiots. No, they're not. They're logical thinkers. They're being told contradictory things and given no specifics that make any sense to anybody with any reasonable understanding. A basic logic. Yesterday. You told me it's bad to be on the streets. Today. You're telling me it's a good thing because you personally agree with a political agenda at work here now. But that's the way the national press has been reporting on Texas and Georgia and Southern states. Arizona. All these dumb Republican governors opening things up. Finally, somebody's starting to ask the question. Well, wait a second. How many people really did go to bars? How many people really did go to other business? A lot of people stayed locked down and now We have all these new cases, a lot of it. Minority based, you know, we keep hearing how well it's this is disproportionately affecting minority community. Well, that's who was on the streets, wasn't it? So Just once again saw the story in The New York Times. It's a point I've been making for a month now. And I will continue to make it until I see it becoming The storyline in America until everybody understands that you, Khun Blame early opening all you want. Oh, you shouldn't have opened your businesses. You can blame that all you want. But you cannot let protesters off the hook. They spread the Corona virus. That's why we have spikes. And that's why by the way there now talking about another lock down, which I would urge you to not participate in Where a mask socially distance and enjoy your summer, But I absolutely file in my own business. I absolutely would not shut it down. If they ask us to do it again. I don't think they will. But that's where that there are a lot of agitation to do that. I think that's a real shame, because that's just ridiculous. All right, I want to get on to some other things. Speaking of this, though, Actually, I want to come back to this because I have one more thing I want to say about a medical professional who has no ties to the government actually put something out. Over the weekend, and it was about states that opened up early and they're doing just fine. Thank you. That's his headline. So I'm going to talk about that. Coming up next. And Bill Jackson. He's looking a traffic force on 5 70 Kayla. It's sponsored by Mattress firm in Dallas on 6 35 eastbound past he'll crash. There's a wreck of the two right lanes. It's backed up past Martian Richardson on 75 south of that runner, road accident activity on the right shoulder. Has that backed up onto the ramps from the George Bush Turnpike in Arlington on I 30 eastbound approaching 36 Idiot crashes, keeping it stop and go from Cooper on I 20 eastbound approaching Bollman Springs. There's an accident with three lanes blocked that's jammed up before still drive and backed up on the East Bay 20 and a north Lupe, 20 westbound past Mark Four Parkway in Fort Worth. The wreck is reported during the mattress firm Fourth of July sale, Get a King bed for a queen price or a queen for a twin price for savings of up to $500 plus, get a free adjustable base with a purchase of 6 99 With Kayla Traffic. I'm.

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"bollman." Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"bollman." Discussed on WTVN

"Ask for sixty four bags you have to do that down for sixty three bags acts for sixty seven best sixty bags ask for a card number but don't ask for sixty bags sixty bags only you can come back in the tech by sixteen come back second time by sixty Tom you need sixty five you're not buying any at all you can talk to my son about that who does an outstanding job he did all the work I've just taken the credit you just take the credit for it always a pleasure real really it is and and what a great spring is one of those ones at the you know what all of our meetings in this green industry will we'll talk about probably forever I think the green industry is going to be talking about this for quite awhile I mean it started off with such a disaster I mean virtually everybody were talking to think thinking they're going out of business because if you took the take March April may which which is which was being considered in the beginning and if you take that this industry you are down there now that you are done that's seventy percent a year yep in the beginning that's actually what we thought was gonna happen but surprise big relief big relief will take a quick break from top of the hour come about Dan Bollman is going to be with us real talk about poison ivy poison oak and poison sumac debunk a few myths out there about those and we'll continue talking about local nurseries well worth having a big sale stop out of all of the open nurseries and that's a twenty to sixty six percent off anything and everything.

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"bollman." Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"bollman." Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Case I tell you folks it is some days it's beyond frustrating the truth is right there if he's only under stored it's staring you in the face and there are people too blind with partisanship and hatred to see it Hey Bob Bolen branch Bollman branch makes some of the Z. finest sheets and bedding available a good size number of you in this audience I know that you've discovered the comfort you have discovered the luxury that comes with every ball and branch product now if you haven't done so yet your missing out on sleeping on a set of sheets that start out soft and only gets softer over the course of time boulder brands uses a pure organic cotton is proprietary to school safe to them it's what makes all of their products as soft as they are noticeably so products like these would cost you a thousand Bucks in a high end retail store you find these kind of sheets on the beds in four star five star hotel suites and rooms but Molen branch pulls this off for about two hundred dollars a sept well good luck trying to do that well because they they've found a way to do it that's the business model they are thirty night guarantee by the way you buy the sheets and if they don't meet your expectations are not as soft as I'd like you to believe you can send them back try them for a full month send them back if you want most people don't I mean a return rates less than one percent but it's an option that you have.

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"bollman." Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"bollman." Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Russell Westbrook on the bench coming in from the login yacht Yanis one all euro we did also I think it's got Christmas and he really go wrong you really can't should be a lot of fun hope you join us Troy Daniels with a three out of the timeout miss but who's the right they're offering to rebound and puts it in for the score one ten ninety four in favor the Lakers under eight minutes to go to be a fun weekend in the way sweetie sitting there on ESPN radio Jordan pull is pool heating up the rookie out of Michigan we had that buzzer beating three against Houston early in the eighteen NCAAs on their way to the championship game which they lost by the way their castles all over the world there's a lob for James makes the catch somehow on the sideline doesn't step out and finds your veil McGee right at the Cup I thought he got bush and I think how do you fall out of bounds he gets that call what you think yeah I think we would add that Lee whistle tennis is for lebron James tonight because of what thirty five games now reset at least ten assist one twelve ninety seven in favor the Lakers Jordan pull in traffic for three in and out of print supported tell we could grab it James has it lebron's with his brother this thirty fourth game of ten plus a six years James for three missed it on top the Skylanders soon as the Golden State rebel he's the only guy in the league averaging double digit assists and he's almost eleven per game hi Bollman try.

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"bollman." Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

09:36 min | 2 years ago

"bollman." Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"That McConnell has proposed and that's in the Democrats are going badly over that I'll explain all this in due course but I'm I what I what I wanted to present to you the the contrast it did this this impeachment business boxes totally manufactured made up it is not linked to everything true there's not an impeachable offense has been committed there was no Russian collision there was nothing that these people are talking about on fairness they can't call witnesses these people don't mind the Republicans the opportunity call witnesses during ships basement hearings back in the fall so I mean this is it's it's it's it's a it's a it's a typical classic Democrat partisan maneuver and they've simply corrupted the entire impeachment a process here as they do but didn't this is not where America is America may be interested maybe fascinated but trump is where America is trump is about what America is and making that even matter and don't if you don't if you don't believe me and I know that you do but if you need a second to the notion that these people in Davos are embracing trump and eating it up because trump has shown them they were all wrong when they signed on the Obama is a man United Nations ism here's anger Ross Sorkin this morning on CNBC is squawk boxes on there with the co host Joe Kernan who send it to Sorkin you said president trump is being embraced embraced called the new job us man the construct of what used to be to be a talisman of multilateral negotiations of everything being the and he's sort of turn the whole thing on its head and I think there was an expectation two or three years ago here that it wasn't going to work and everybody there I say has been thus far at least been proven wrong exactly two or three years ago it was thought it was going to work what wasn't going to work make America great again was going to work reviving US economy wasn't going to work when the world says America isn't gonna work answer Democrats quite simply Erica leftists the World Wide establishment who don't want America to work America stands in the way of globalist ambitions of people who are not Americans cutting down the lane the the the world's lone superpower is fundamental it's required if you are going to institute some bad dream of a global was regime or government that you are part of you cannot have a globalist government if the most powerful economy and the freest society on earth is not part of it and so subordinating the United States getting rid of borders the whole concept of nations makes perfect sense why people of that band would try to convince people America's best days are behind them Erica is a glory days are over it's time for new thinking Donald Trump has come along and said the bad so let's go back to trump's remarks now that you've heard it confirm that he is being embraced because everybody there was proven wrong they didn't think trump is going to be able to join date in thing trump knew how to do it they thought trump was a bunch of bluster you know make America great again they thought that was white nationalism which is an absolute crock here is trump telling them how he changed the American economy with a blue collar Bollman and he pointed out to this crowd how all this is impacting millennials since my election America has gained over seven million jobs the unemployment rate is now less than three point five percent were concentrating and creating the most inclusive economy ever to exist we are lifting up Americans of every race color religion increase since I took office more than two million millennials have gotten jobs and their wages have grown by nearly five percent annually a number that was unthinkable this is a blue collar bone since my election the net worth of the bottom half of wagers has increased by plus forty seven percent three times faster than the increase for the top one percent real median household income is at the highest level ever recorded can dream is back bigger better and stronger than ever before damn right it is and it's once again the envy of the world and it's not unreachable for these people all they have to do is abandon their own socialism which very very difficult to do but Boris Johnson in the UK is doing his own impersonation of trump and even talking about moving the house of lords out a London I mean that can be like moving the Senate the Omaha yes the separated from everything else anyway you heard trump talk about since he took office more than two million millennials have gotten jobs wages are grown by five percent we created the most inclusive economy ever to exist for lifting up Americans of every race color religion creed the Wall Street journal had a story let's see it would be this is two days ago now and it was a summary of various polling data out there presidential approval numbers listen to this trump has an eighty three percent approval rating among farmers and ranchers he has a thirty four percent approval rate when African Americans yes a forty seven percent approval rate Hispanics yes a ninety percent approval rate with Republicans now with all of that how is it that the man cannot reach fifty percent or higher in all of these drive by media presidential approval polls and these numbers were taken after the announcement of a new trade deal with the United States and the check comes and the the replacement for for nafta according to a monthly poll from agricultural trade publication farm journal that was released Sunday eighty three percent of farmers and ranchers approve of the president's job from when I know that majority of Americans not farmers and ranchers that is more than you think but thirty four percent approval blacks realize double digit black support for a Republican presidential can you realize the upset that wouldn't qualify as forty seven percent approval among Hispanics that the point is that people are aware they're living in I have a guy friend of mine Gaskin how you do it and you know what all right now he says I'm living the dream that's what he says not it everybody would be asking how he still living under even he's not he's not meaning to say it in a political sense life is good I'm living the dream it's no different than saying fine how are you okay brief time out we will conclude with with them I see have a couple more here and it will start summary of where they are with this and future business and what's got the Democrats all riled up and we'll get to your phone calls too so hang on lots coming up when we get back Rush Limbaugh making radio great again you're listening to the Edward Honolulu's newsradio thirty K. H. V. eight this is stable investor insights with Stiefel chief investment officer Michael okay Michael how did we finish up with the markets last week stock markets had a very good week the S. and P. five hundred return to percent the nasdaq more tech oriented index was up two point three percent and the eva index reflecting nine US develop markets was up point nine percent when we look to the economy will continue to see positive data being released the NFIB small business index reflects optimism among small business owners weekly jobless claims came in at two hundred and four thousand a great number much better than the expected two hundred and twenty thousand so implement remain strong consumer sentiment remains positive likely influenced by the positive job market and that contributed to December retail sales which were positive given that this is a short week for the markets what are you focusing on this will be a light week as relates to economic releases we'll see leading economic indicators and some purchasing managers indexes are PM eyes both sets of data give us a sense for people's views looking forward and of course all eyes are on the Senate impeachment trial at Stiefel we monitor markets.

McConnell
"bollman." Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

09:54 min | 2 years ago

"bollman." Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"The actual trials is not getting under way today they're going to debate the rules that McConnell has proposed and that's in the Democrats are going badly over that I'll explain all this in due course but I'm I what I what I wanted to present to you the the contrast it did this this impeachment business functions totally manufactured made up it is not linked to everything true there's not an impeachable offense has been committed there was no Russian collision there was nothing that these people are talking about on fairness they can't call witnesses these people don't mind the Republicans the opportunity call witnesses during ships basement hearings back in the falls I mean this is it's it's it's it's a it's a it's a typical classic Democrat partisan maneuver and they've simply corrupted the entire impeachment a process here as they do but didn't this is not where America is America may be interested maybe fascinated but trump is where America is trump is about what America is and making that even better and don't if you don't if you don't believe me and I know that you do but if you need a second to the notion that these people in Davos are embracing trump and eating it up because trump has shown them they were all wrong when they signed on the Obama is a man United Nations ism here's anger Ross Sorkin this morning on CNBC is squawk boxes on there with the co host Joe Kernen who send to soar can you said president trump is being embraced the Braves called the new job us man the construct of what used to be to be a talisman of multilateral negotiations of everything being and he sort of turn the whole thing on its head and I think there was an expectation two or three years ago here that it wasn't going to work and everybody dare I say has been thus far at least been proven wrong exactly two or three years ago it was thought it was going to work what wasn't going to work make America great again was going to work reviving US economy wasn't going to work when the world says America isn't gonna work answer Democrats quite simply Erica laughed just the World Wide establishment who don't want America to work America stands in the way of globalist ambitions of people who are not Americans cutting down the lane the the the world's lone superpower is fundamental it's required if you are going to institute some bad dream of a global was regime or government that you are part of you cannot have a globalist government if the most powerful economy and the freest society on earth is not part of it and so subordinating the United States getting rid of borders the whole concept of nations makes perfect sense why people of that band would try to convince people America's best days are behind them America is a glory days are over it's time for new thinking Donald Trump has come along and said the bad so let's go back to trump's remarks now that you've heard it confirm that he is being embraced because everybody there was proven wrong they didn't think trump is going to be able to join date in thing trump knew how to do it they thought trump was a bunch of bluster you know make America great again they thought that was white nationalism which is an absolute crock here is trump telling them how he changed the American economy with a blue collar Bollman and he pointed out to this crowd how all this is impacting millennials since my election America's gained over seven million jobs the unemployment rate is now less than three point five percent were concentrating and creating the most inclusive economy ever to exist we're lifting up Americans of every race color religion and cream since I took office more than two million millennials have gotten jobs and their wages have grown by nearly five percent annually a number that was unthinkable this is a blue collar bone since my election the net worth of the bottom half of wagers has increased by plus forty seven percent three times faster than the increase for the top one percent real median household income is at the highest level ever recorded can dream is back bigger better and stronger than ever before damn right it is and yes once again the envy of the world and it's not unreachable for these people all they have to do is abandon their own socialism which very very difficult to do but Boris Johnson in the UK is doing is on impersonation of trump and they've been talking about moving the house of lords out a London I mean that can be like moving the Senate the Omaha yes the separated from everything else anyway you heard drum talk about since he took office more than two million millennials have gotten jobs wages are grown by five percent we created the most inclusive economy ever to exist for lifting up Americans of every race color religion creed the Wall Street journal had a story let's see it would be this is two days ago now and it was a summary of various polling data out there presidential approval numbers listen to this trump has an eighty three percent approval rating among farmers and ranchers he has a thirty four percent approval rate when African Americans yes a forty seven percent approval rate Hispanics yes a ninety percent approval rate with Republicans now with all of that how is it that the man cannot reach fifty percent or higher in all of these drive by media presidential approval polls and these numbers were taken after the announcement of a new trade deal with the United States and the child comes and the the replacement for for nafta according to a monthly poll from agricultural trade publication farm journal that was released Sunday eighty three percent of farmers and ranchers approve of the president's job from when I know that majority of Americans not farmers and ranchers that is more than you think but thirty four percent approval blacks realize double digit black support for a Republican presidential can you realize the upset that wouldn't call is forty seven percent approval among Hispanics that the point is that people are aware they're living in I have a guy friend of mine Gaskin how you do it and you know what all door right now he says on living the dream that's what he says not it everybody would be asking how he still living under even he's not he's not meaning to say it in a political sense life is good I'm living the dream it's no different than saying fine how are you okay brief time out we will conclude with with them as he have a couple more here and it will start summary of where they are with this and future business and what's got the Democrats all riled up and we'll get to your phone calls too so hang on lots coming up when we get back Rush Limbaugh making radio great again you're listening to the work this is Steve investor insights with Stiefel chief investment officer Michael okay Michael how did we finish up with the markets last week stock markets had a very good week the S. and P. five hundred return to percent the nasdaq more tech oriented index was up two point three percent and the eva index reflecting nine US develop markets was up point nine percent when we look to the economy will continue to see positive data being released the NFIB small business index reflects optimism among small business owners weekly jobless claims came in at two hundred and four thousand a great number much better than the expected two hundred and twenty thousand so implement remain strong consumer sentiment remains positive likely influenced by the positive job market and that contributed to December retail sales which were positive given that this is a short week for the markets what are you focusing on this will be a light week as relates to economic releases we'll see leading economic indicators and some purchasing managers indexes are PM eyes both sets of data give us a sense for people's views looking forward and of course all eyes are on the Senate impeachment trial at Stiefel we monitor markets the economy and politics as we work with our clients to learn more our listeners can speak with their Steve a financial adviser thanks Michael your path to investment advice starts with your Stiefel financial adviser find yours.

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"bollman." Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"bollman." Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Is left in the field to rot that's the news I'm you can make all his good evening nine oh three on Bob Williams in the KFBK traffic center I has reporters of push person standing in the roadway fifty eight hundred block of manzanita Avenue this is near hilltop drive what else is going on I'm awful lot pretty quiet out there not found sunrise Boulevard of winding way has reported there to the disabled vehicle in the turn lane the number two lane there blocking the south side of the intersection sees peace the scene so that should get cleaned up fairly quickly not a lot of construction activity is kind of went out there long term projects to would just be aware of eighty westbound shoulder work from Bollman to Haynes in plaster county also work on the offramp lanes north and southbound five at the garden highway east bound garden highway some surface street work between in garden highway and the el Comino Avenue over cross is going to be actually this is on my I. five on the side there watch out for that also southbound five one of the two pocket road on ramps to southbound five is close to the twentieth of December and your long term project for the Thomas levee project wing includes the closure of the garden highway from west of trucks sold to north cable of our next update at nine thirty three traffic every ten minutes mornings and afternoons news ninety three point one KFBK for calling tonight we'll see a little rain and drizzle later one will be forty to fifty two and then for tomorrow we start out with a leftover shower in spots but otherwise just mostly cloudy skies as we sixty to sixty four any kind.

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"bollman." Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"bollman." Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Off of it like it's tough which is ridiculous in itself but you know what is going to the I think it's cool truck I like it it is a cool idea it'll change by the time a release by the way item for someone tell me I should invest in test for about a year ago I should've because that cyber truck thing up Tesla shares up four percent after that hello so that's a stock continues to go up two hundred thousand pre orders no you bought a car to stand you're really into the whole thing I love it seven thirty five right now let's check the traffic on the fives again here's bill Jackson well first of all the miss getting through the grapevine on one fourteen east the Texan trail or wrecked blocks the left lane and then on the six thirty five eastbound ramp from one twenty one there's an accident all of that's close enough together that that that is really turned into one long back up now to get through the grapevine heading from grand prairie into Dallas on I. thirty eastbound at loop twelve all Walker the left lanes blocked by a wreck on six thirty five there are accidents no eastbound at Plano rolled eastbound and Jupiter the Jupiter run wreck was first so that the second what happened in the back up and that means that jammed up getting through all of that was but it's adding to the delays with onlookers and it only took like twenty once bonded Bollman springs an active it's been moved to the right shoulder with KLIF traffic on the flights and bill Jackson it's that time of year again head like savings time when the light gets darker and you need a fresh pair of headlights that are up to the task can't remember the last time you replace your headlight bulbs well now is the time visit headlights savings time dot com to find your perfect bowl I'm meteorologist ran breezy and seventy eight today with south winds ten to twenty shifting north tonight low mid forties.

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"bollman." Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"bollman." Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

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