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"bolo" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:53 min | Last month

"bolo" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

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"bolo" Discussed on Hollywood Real

Hollywood Real

05:56 min | 5 months ago

"bolo" Discussed on Hollywood Real

"I never met him. But just the character so when both worlds collided you know with the bolo and the bruce lee for warrior and then they wanted me for bolo and they kept his name. Bolo in the script you know wasn't supposed to be written for bolo young changed. It was like no. It was written for bowl young. And it was for bolo in two thousand and two thousand seventeen and they still have that same name. I'm like what is going on. You know and i actually thought it was too weird to be good too too. Weird to be true ak too good to be true so i kind of forgot about it after the second tape i did for them and then like a week later. We got the call. They're like they would love to have you for as bolo like. Oh my god. I this is this is this is crazy. There are so many coincidence. Yeah in there that it's hard to think that this is an accident. Here's the thing more coincidence. Being justin lin is one of the directors on my shortlist that. I've always wanted to work with just because he's he's phenomenal like i wanted to be injustice world in on. That was always a goal of mine too. And i had previously watched banshee on cinemax and it was like whoever came up with. This show is like sick like this material is crazy in a good way. Obviously jonathan proper. Then i'm sending witch. i'm shit. I'm sitting with bruce lee's blood daughter you know and they're like thank you so much for being here. I'm like what did you just thank me like no lake. I can't believe i'm here like this is like this isn't royalty this is this is this is bigger than royalty to me bruce. Lee's blood adjusting adjustment us. Jonathan trumper stand withdrawal. Like what is going on. And they're just like excited to have me in the room like like humbled is not. You can't even say that the word that doesn't exist that feeling and today it's still in me. It's still exists. You know because. I don't think that i don't think that experience with warrior or that whole process or just the fact that i'm connected to bruce like literally connected to him.

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"bolo" Discussed on Hollywood Real

Hollywood Real

04:51 min | 5 months ago

"bolo" Discussed on Hollywood Real

"Done in the film industry. It doesn't work like that. What you do today doesn't show result tomorrow or it anywhere near the next day. Okay it takes a year sometimes so my point this is bruce lee wrote this treatment had a history of it got rejected from the studios back in the seventies so sat on a wall. He passes all this stuff gets forward is to his kids. Brandon passes shannon ends with shannon. Hold onto it again. This is from me being around shannon lea and jonathan proper justice hearing this so incorrect i apologize but firsthand hearsay here. Okay and it's not until justin lin calls like i said in chains like. Yeah here it is. They look at it they go. Hey we should do with this. They okay so then they bring in you know showrunner jonathan trumper they bring in daniel woodrow's working with justin length the time and then they start pitching it the cinemax which is under the hbo umbrella and then the great. Let's do it just doesn't happen in a month. This happened over years. Okay and then. They finally go to casting right finally. That's the last step and auditioned for it in twenty two thousand seventeen okay. This project started probably decades. Before i was born and somehow some way in twenty seventeen i was not only available. I was in l. a. auditioned for it. They call him back. The maybe read for bolo and then we book it okay. A project that was started forty fifty years before was before this date so when you asked about a higher being manifestation all that stuff i always tell people my whole life. My martial arts started with bruce lee. I told my mom after. I saw enter the dragon. I wanna do that at the age of four. Maybe i didn't say it like that. But i said hey i want to do that. Okay so she enrolls me. And take the age of because of bruce lee okay. Why noon talks with web. Bruce louis why do i. Don't other wing challenge you. Don't bruce lee okay. Why do i have certain mentality eastern philosophies throughout my whole life. Because bruce lee okay by no means as i ever like. Oh you know what. I'm doing this eventually in two thousand seventeen when we cast. I'm gonna be ready for his show. There's no way. Okay in twenty sixteen months before i addition there was no way like. Oh yeah this is going to happen..

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"bolo" Discussed on Hollywood Real

Hollywood Real

03:58 min | 5 months ago

"bolo" Discussed on Hollywood Real

"Firefighters weren't asian. Cops like the asian guys are always these weirdos. There's always like the scientific guy that was like it wasn't just a normal guy that happened to work in forensics. He was like a weird guy like a character guy. Why does he got to be like that. I had all these questions as a youngster. That i was like. I don't get it. Because i know who i am like i grew up. My parents both speak english period. That's it i spoken. listen. I've learned all these languages. I not because i've heard him at the house and so accents literally mandarin cantonese japanese korean v. Whatever it was it was all foreign. You know so as i progressed in this business and started becoming more visible on television on the big screen i started getting a lot of fan mail and a lot of people coming out saying hey man not only like a grown man saying it but more importantly like kid young did saying hey i love i love bolo. He's so cool. Like he's so strong like i wanna be like that and i'm like whoa like it gets me emotional because that's what i wanted. You know so when people go. What is your message to me. It's just number one. What you see is what you get. Yeah great. I drop into character right by that. The courts still me. You know what i mean so if i'm impacting these people if i'm impacting kids. The younger generation even grown men. That are maija older. And they're like yo. Thank you so much that that wasn't my mission. You know what i mean. It's a job anyone else. I have to have a nine to five in order to live. My ninety five happens to be this. And if i'm if if if the if the result is impacting and influencing people in a positive way like this then man this is meant to be. I was meant to do this so when you asked me that question. I can't say like oh. I wanna just inspire because i never wanted to inspire that. It's almost arrogant. If i say that like oh when i grow up own inspire people. It's like who are you right. I just wanted to find something that i loved to do that. I can pour my heart and soul into it. That doesn't feel like a job. Because i love what i do. And if it has positive effect on people like that then great then. That's what i wanna to do. And i wanna keep doing it. I wanna to keep providing an image. I'm gonna keep writing a message or an emotion or some kind of connection to the younger generation. So when they do turn on the tv they use go to a movie theater and they see me and whatever character i am that inspires them to be better and to pursue that goal. Because i wanted to be an actor. When i was a kid but i couldn't be like i wanna be an actor like.

"bolo" Discussed on COACHCAST Brasil

COACHCAST Brasil

04:41 min | 8 months ago

"bolo" Discussed on COACHCAST Brasil

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"bolo" Discussed on Nightly Pop

Nightly Pop

05:39 min | 9 months ago

"bolo" Discussed on Nightly Pop

"Don't know problems. I don't know what to say. So yes you'll be my wife. I wasn't expecting you to ask me not the soon i don't feel like i'm not ready to get married yet. You be willing to wait a year. So if that's the time limit. I have on it i love you fiance. No if you say yes yes a beer fiance. And it's prettier than like a lot. We got a lot to discuss it. At least the deal with vanessa. Auntie ninety day the single life of being the biggest ninety day fans late night we wanted to get an exclusive interview to talk about this wonderful time in their lives. I congratulations you guys. Hey stick your finger out do this. I can we give it a year only dating for like a month war. I mean we don't have the time limit of ninety days right. He says yeah. Do you feel like you still need a year or have you have changed. I mean the main thing. I had a lot of trust issues okay. He's totally changed online on that. Now i mean he's given me passwords to all his accounts on everything so that's not really an issue anymore. So i was like i'm ready passwords with him. So you leave your phone out just lying on the table and then you walk to the bathroom and everything i still here you go. I know you want the phone. I gotta go. Pee talked about intimacy levels recently. You know there were few complaints about colts needs. Let's catch everybody up and take a recap. I feel like you just don't enjoy sales feel like three hours for faxes a ridiculous like come on. Let's go sometimes. Yeah i'm turned on and you just keep going and going stories. Just keep talking. And i'm like shot the me i have to but that's having sex life change between two since the engagement or is this still a three hour story. No no he's calmed down on the talk in for sure. I think it's important to have a balance hell balance of whatever it is at the end of the day you know in type of energy i want to be too much the same token i wanna feel like nestle. You know alhaji monitor too little. Maybe we're not there yet hundred percent but you know we have a lifetime to figure out the little details you said five times. A day is ideal. I don't know who who can keep up with the energy. Some people don't like to cook they don't care about going to a good day they just go have a hamburger or fast food up the difference. Everyone got he but different love tabs. It i don't think it's ever gonna hit five times a day. i love that. You're being realistic. We worried about it. You guys actually had some pretty awkward day condition to the sex life on the show and when you went on the double date with coal jeff and her new husband. That was a lot for me to deal with after here cole. How did mess into to do this. I think he wanted to be there. She actually insisted. Yeah well no. She said she wanted to bring brian's. I was like well. It's only fair. If i go to because you have to against one. Aw think i was doing odd behind his back or anything not trying to get back with an ax or something on like that. I won't have an answer just to be there understood everything that was going on elephant worried about. That was more worried about her throwing shoes at you. I'm speaking of weird and people in all awkward things if you can have a couple. I don't know if you would like you would with any celebrity road. You invite me but i don't know who would you pick own do because he is just act but hold on. Not buzz breezy a. She's a billionaire. She's like a billion average getting money. We know chrissy teigen watches the show. Amy schumer lady gaga seth rogan. Do you guys want to take this opportunity to invite of these allister's watched the show to your wedding. Yes my one biting more than mary. If you wanna come and enjoy celebrate over. Oh chris christie's chris a huge fan. I ask for a long time. I think he tweeted about right here. Come one come all. I love including ask. We might come to colt vanessa. Congratulations once again on your engagement. I'm love hearing that. It might happen sooner than later with this wedding guys. Thank you so much for joining us. Oh congratulations a ninety day. The single life till premieres this sunday on discovery plus an listen. Don't forget to set your. Dvr is we're out of time. We'll be back tomorrow night for an all new show..

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Kenya Moore Defends "Right to Exploit" RHOA Ladies

Daily Pop

01:34 min | 9 months ago

Kenya Moore Defends "Right to Exploit" RHOA Ladies

"The atlanta housewives reunion is still going and these ladies are not over trying to figure out who got that bolo and last night during their final reunion episode. The ladies went to war. I think anytime that you have sex with someone or explore as you say is within their right however it's my right to exploit what they do in a task house for a reality. Tv show thing. Go one engine. You should admit that you ask the working alone. let's say me. I'm not ulli. Lutely are wow mose. When you're on a reality show do you can. You has a point that you have the right to exploit your other cast members. Yeah i usually agree with kenya. And i think her word choice was wrong. In the moment. I think exploit was a little dramatic. I think what she wanted to say. Was i have the right to speak about it because it did happen on a cast trip in a cast house. So i think she does now if she had decided to allegedly have relations with bolo outside of this trip at her private home his home. The hotel at private island. I don't care where it was then. I don't think that kenya has a right to speak on it but if it happens on the show whether the cameras are on or off i do think it becomes open game.

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"bolo" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

02:32 min | 10 months ago

"bolo" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Good advice. J. back to help them she. She was special. Ed and really did a lot for me in my career. That at a time when i really could used it and i'll never forget. My first day came down here in february. Two thousand eight at the end of the conference sir awkward. I just met this woman. She slow bit older. So i i'm about to leave. I got my bag with the schicker jigger and she us nano we do hogs here and my way that was just that helen and i was just kinda polo she was she was mama birds. You made sure we were. We had what we needed. I remember one time. Three of us flew into houston or we were in houston or any case three s from denver we're in houston and there was a torrential downpour in huge. Get back to the from downtown in all the highways were shut down and cheryl consumer coming in all three of us. We didn't have iphones so he didn't know if if i didn't have the highway. Which don. I didn't know about way. So i was on the phone allen shoes trying to tell me where to drive and share on which hotel the seattle often just took care. That was just one example hyundai's she was like a mom. She would call me. Sometimes that we were both going to denver. She was on the earlier flight house on later. Flights you call me and say i just wanted to know the parking's really bad in the early long. You should probably leave thirty minutes gas again. I notice and she teared up a little bit but did she drag my name through the mud then after that. I mean she got it once. I told her the numbers that they were offering. She's like oh now. Go take that job over. Paid you wait a minute. Maybe thousands last. I wanna thank both you guys for coming out with special episode. It's awesome to watch those of you evolve in your careers. I mean both of you in an executive level leadership positions of the betrayed companies. Keep keep kicking ass thanks to come out of pockets. It's it's great to meet you guys thank. You doesn't find fun walkman we re lane..

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"bolo" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

03:10 min | 10 months ago

"bolo" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

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"bolo" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

02:48 min | 10 months ago

"bolo" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"I don't know if i can come up with a really good story around a a demo situation. But one of our conferences we had placed Everyone was so stressed out. And so i had the person preparing on the slight. Jude's insert some slides with people riding donkeys hall while there is a slight would pop up with them on on some sort of animal. And i don't know it helped us release the stress of at night. I think the users conferences were the most that we had the most opportunity Around with each other business j. Should you have any that. come to mind. I have some pretty funny hiding. Because i think i was more full-time sales than amanda i was doing bala demos and it was the same demo. I could probably do it myself. I'm sure gave that same demo about five hundred times like i wouldn't get nervous. 'cause it was autopilot muscle memory towards the end of my career there There was one gentleman. Matt mccormick guys. My have gender love mac. You're listening amac. We gotta grab lunch thing. We we went with the folks from opportunity. Not opportunity Before petro acts janet jim bony they. Run the sayings Fort worth and there's a place. Jose jose o'shea something. It's a mexican restaurant right downtown and mac and i decided to have a beer just one beer lunch harmless and then he kind of like their meat. You want another beer. I'm not going to back down. Sure you know after couple double dog dares a bit of a missing contests Five years in trap battles and up a demo and that was the pretty future employers best stuff behind me now. That was the first. And only time i ever did something like that and i. It was just like crazy hard. And i was like so confused and scared. They're gonna know. I've got maxine a guide me through. This was helpless. You'd like walk in and said here's jason take away trying to plug in my laptop to the projector at that time. Bring projectors with us now so somehow we did to them. I don't know how definitely the worst day in my life office slater like less. Never talk about this again unless we're being podcast of course and we got the deal in our bosses. Time sonata note intercompany out. Congratulations mac days. Because we closed the deal so quickly they were desperate startup. Something and way to in the max you imagine if we were sober help.

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"bolo" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

03:35 min | 10 months ago

"bolo" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"With the playboy logo all over it on it and they send the cars. Here's your tie. Filtered completely wiped like normal. I never heard funny balanced steve. Oh you guys remember the guy who did pushups in the office and we have to. We have to go there I'm curious what you guys remember about tax house. Not i remember. We were a little bit nervous about it. It it was. It's funny but we thought that guy was crazy. I we thought we had no idea what he was gonna start doing because it was like he was on some sort of what. We're gonna tell a little bit of the backstory on why he was doing pushups dot we i i mean so. This was at a point. Ball had a lot of growth in two thousand eight so like most companies. Do lobsters throw more sales guys at it. So they're trying to divide up territories and it's looking like the guy's not gonna get much so some sort of. I don't know these guys are starting to go back and forth stephen the other in its getting texts. You can tell so. I think steve came over at intentionally rustling through the contracts cabinet where that wasn't the liquid august. Yes huge file cabinet while the contracts kind of messing around at steve says something. And he's like you know just trying to get under his skin like you're a pinhead guys like pinhead you're fucking ticket. It's like what so anyways you know. He said something like you. Hope you lose your job. I'm going to tell age early. You just taught me a dickhead right that all of a sudden the new guy starts doing push ups on the ground and of course. This is right outside of manny's office in hr strategically located so that she had to hear all before. I knew it. All of a sudden people are like the copter pushups. Was he trying to relax or pumping himself up for five years. Okay i as you guys know. I also know this gentleman and gets a way of self control. He's actually trying to take the energy away from something more interesting. We didn't know about psychiatrist. Recommended it yeah. it's great. It's great when there's an office next to a driving range or something you just send a mountain. Go over there to the driving range. Take it out that that was one of the more eventful days and it was a friday. I've friends come into town. And i think i only took a half day but of course. I take a half day on the day where. Everyone's reaching attitude. Did you hear what happened. There was almost a fight. The cops game. I'm just trying to think of my friends here from these all right. I don't want to name to pop up but a man. I'm gonna ask you first This whole show tripping over the barrel was named basically after little funny stories of jeremy. I on sales calls this funny crap. That kinda happens when we're out on the road and you. You did this for a number of years working with a lot of different sales guys. Jeremy included. There has to be some funny stories in presentations. Wet wrong or just funny things that happen. You got any that you remember failure. We became really good at winging it. So i i think..

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"bolo" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

04:56 min | 10 months ago

"bolo" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Ever sold you the the the story of how i have my knee surgery german so you just reminded me of this. Amanda you're going to you guys. Are here my little story hanging down to one minute for a period of a week. Every day i had to clean up the trash on our yard because some possum was was getting our trash can and dragon stuff around. So i was always angry every morning. Friday we go out and have a babysitter a drive. The babysitter home. Come back to the house. And there's the possum sitting on my fence. So i go up to it with the hose extension swing at it and in the process of swinging. My knee gives out so now it's one. Am in the morning. And i'm laying in the grass in my My yard unable to get to the house and no one's there to help me. So anyway i wind up crawl into the house and wake my wife and said go get ice and just lay down so to this day. My kids all send me pictures of possums all the time and you know they blame the problem for anyway. Just a silly little story. It's funny how those things happen. So did you ever make up a different story when he last. No i wish the name of the we named the possum. Although that's great. I remember when i do was a was a different company. Well first of all. I was at companies in two thousand five six seven before going to follow the two thousand seven where there were already sas right there already. Sort of cloud like more like what salesforce was pushing at that time and then i come to buffalo and amanda showing the product my first day on the job and i'm like people by this server in your office to access. What year is this. And it's like people are actually buying. They were buying in droves especially at that time which is wild but going to offset your competitor was saying unit data what is unit what enron. So i remember going to austin. Our must've been there for four or five months at that point so still pretty green and they flew the whole company basically. Jc drove down. The w but everybody from denver flew down to austin for the user conference. Two thousand business was really kinda going good enough first night. I think everybody was out daytime at the bar and there were women dancing on the bar. Right there's wheelbarrow races with purpose. I'm like different bad as yet..

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"bolo" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

03:56 min | 10 months ago

"bolo" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Yeah when when so. It's really is everyone. i mean. They have dedicated account. Managers just service cargo phillips like. There's there's pretty significant amounts of stuff. Tim if you think about all of the acquisitions like you know slack. We'll see what happens to maybe that'll be a competitor to tableau yet. Teams tableau if you'll soft as an integrator. There's a lot more than just a typical crm. Now when i hit my radar it was like i mean i remember talking Rockpile energy baker hughes and they were all using it which makes up certain sets right so but operators are using now for different things. And you know there's lots of videos out there.

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"bolo" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

05:40 min | 10 months ago

"bolo" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Abandoned technology sales for gas ever since never looked back. I think Dark side sales dark side is a lot more fun than in my opinion that being kind of a back office revenue. Count that argument from us yet to completely agree. So jason you just you mentioned unocal and you're from sugarland. So did you work in that office. In sugarland i did and i got a big office out in sugarland in my mom. She works in office right across the freeway and she overlook me. I never forget one day we did. The safety is important for an operator. They do the trails of like fire drill alarm. And we all mustard in the parking lot and my mom could see me. So i'm dating myself but i got back to my office and had like ten messages from my mom. Is everything okay. What's going on fire. So i was pretty close to home and really enjoy kind of hovering around the sugar on area for a while. Pretty cool not funny thing about that office building. I'm going tell an aside story when you look down on it. It's actually in the shape of an oil derrick. They built a specifically in the shape of an so laying on it side at slanted just the same way. And if you look at the the the emergency exit map that you had to use jason. It is an oil. they're laying on. Its side is pretty cool. I didn't know that i worked there. That's cool good to know. Yeah this is this is fine. I'm smiling ear. Saab amanda you said something that resonated with me. It's so true you're pretty young man to. I think i was even a little bit younger but i was so conditioned to be like competitive. That was just the enemy so when the rumors started to happen that that it was going to be p to all we wanted to speed x calver every single day. That's why we went to work our products million times battery other very slower solutions when that started to become the rumor. Like i can't do it in tim. United started talking around that time. Like this seems like a nice soft landing. I don't have to worry about sliding by job or going over there sleeping with the enemy. Proverbial he saw. That was else really emotional. Get it's amazing. How emotionally get over going to you know to the competitor but we we had a whole show on this episode five or six. Were talking about that. But i had the same thing when i was with slumber. J. thinking about going into see a halliburton office. May it was man has very difficult. You can't do that but a manager. I think you guys forgot to call me or something. Because i stuck around for a while. So were all jumping ship. You're you're the loyal guy. We didn't think we needed a memo man now. Wow i didn't realize the whole. Jason amanda connection that so she sort of trained you on bolo and how that all worked than ultimately became kind of one of the ace demo. Guys yourself jason. That's that's neat. Did you guys have different. Specialties like it seemed like both you could sorta show the end to end system was areas. That one of you is stronger at the other one had a weakness of the other one could cover up..

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"bolo" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

05:13 min | 10 months ago

"bolo" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Welcome to tripping over the barrel a series that highlights the unique personalities within the oil and gas industry in the stories they have to share with your host and lead storytellers t lo and dr function. Stein coming to you. Live from downtown houston. Have my typical microphones set. Like i do in the home office is with the client downtown anyways. So i'm not going to be quite as clear since i don't have my professional setup but nonetheless i've been excited about this episode for a while you've been talking about it for a long time trying to get this set up and of course how come we're not in the same room you're in houston and houston. Why couldn't we figure out how to get this in the same room. I think we sort of talked about the wildcatters guys aren't working right now. I think they're sort of chill coming down after the evolved conference which was incredible. Jason ethic you. That attended that a little bit too. I thought it was really impressive. What they put together so shout out to the boys for that anyways. Jason vixen amnesty. To bring it back to me. Of course this is all about h by. You always The first job. I added oiling. Gas was at a company called. I think actually maybe it was wellpoint systems at the time. But the flagship product was bolo added the lakewood colorado office. Jason was down here. Houston i came on as a sales guy and amanda and jason or the sales engineers. There were demo. You had that role a little bit your career between sales guy sales engineer and they were just awesome. I think a lot of people bought that product. Because of how well jason and particularly amanda showed the solution so they've have great careers. Since the bolo days jason's a p two in salesforce and amanda with arrests to whiting. So i wanted to to bring you guys together. Rehash the good old story. So we'll start on this nigga..

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Washington state officials monitoring 23 people for Ebola

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

Washington state officials monitoring 23 people for Ebola

"Washington health officials are monitoring 23 people who recently traveled to Guinea and Democratic Republic of the Congo call most Franklin's. He tells us why regions of these countries are currently experiencing a bolo outbreaks. But the Washington State Department of Health Says there is a low risk for people of our state health officials have been in contact with the individuals who will be monitored for 21. Days after their arrival in Washington, the Department of Health says the risk of getting Ebola's virus here in the U. S is very low. People can get Ebola's through direct contact with a person or animal infected with the virus. Oregon health officials are monitoring at least four people who recently visited those same regions.

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One Dead, Another Shot After Chicago Man Locates Two Teens In His Stolen Vehicle In Volo

Anna Davlantes

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

One Dead, Another Shot After Chicago Man Locates Two Teens In His Stolen Vehicle In Volo

"Central charges have been filed against the Round Lake Beach man who tracked down his stolen vehicle and bolos Sunday morning, leading to a fatal confrontation. 35 year old Lynell Glover has been charged with obstruction of justice and is scheduled to appear in bond court this afternoon, the Lake County sheriff's Office says. When Glover tried to approach his stolen vehicle, the two teens inside drove away. The vehicle ran out of gas, allowing lover to catch up to them. A struggle ensued and shots were fired. Deputies found one teen dead in the parking lot. The other was hospitalized in

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New Sudan government acceptable to the people paves way for UNAMID drawdown

UN News

03:04 min | 1 year ago

New Sudan government acceptable to the people paves way for UNAMID drawdown

"Council on tuesday voted to end the hybrid. Un african union civilian support operation for dr four unit beginning. The draw down on the first january marks the end of a force that can withdraw knowing the government is now in the right hand according to the un joint special representative jeremiah. Mama bolo although he tells news in this exclusive interview it does not mean the un is leaving and you assistance mission. Unit will continue to support peace building efforts with most of the violence killed some three hundred thousand endow four and displaced millions. Now apparently over. Mr lamela began by telling del mckie of. Are you a new arabic team. What unit achieved. Since two thousand seven beyond fulfilling its coal mandate of keeping civilian safe as part of that professional civilians were also responsible for mitigating the conflicts that you have seen so many of in who but also to to mediate the violence conflict the government of some van and i'm groups in that pack. The it's not easy. But i think in terms of all that the ability to create this security and barrowman to do those in emissions achieved or beat in the non time comey as you can see in ten years now that we can now. Finally the peace accord ten years coming. That came out of the mission exiting as a peacekeeping mission which means in a sense of the security being no community address country realized that perhaps is no need this emission now that objective has been achieved and i think back you can put down as part of the success of that we have been able with the problems to navigate very difficult situation and imagine a situation where we now have peace not over completely neutral. But you now have a new government in place that is committed to what's peacedale and ensuring that you can forever get rid of the problems that way contact and phase an app development has so let's turn to the other side of the coin. What have been the major challenges for you need like a major tenant was said before. Now what we're dealing with a column in acceptable beat with the government You were dealing with an oppressive regime that was not prepared to give any combs so hands. Perhaps what can come for the length in which we have taken to come to an agreement piece that this was a game that was problematic for the people.

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Atlanta officer violated no-chase policy ahead of crash that killed 2

The Mark Arum Show

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta officer violated no-chase policy ahead of crash that killed 2

"In in in in the the the the wake wake wake wake of of of of money. money. money. money. Mornings. Mornings. Mornings. Mornings. Fiery Fiery Fiery crash crash crash in in in Midtown, A couple accused of stealing a red Jaguar SUV from a downtown Atlanta hotel were dead minutes later as they fled from police who had spotted him shortly after a bolo went out. The vehicle ended up going the wrong way on a one way street and crashed into a utility pole bursting into flames. Atlanta Police have now confirmed that a preliminary probe of the incident shows at least one officer did pursue that JAG and violation of the department's zero chase policy ws piece Veronica Waters reports The policy went into effect at the beginning of this year.

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Wentz benched for Hurts; no verdict on starter

First Things First

02:36 min | 1 year ago

Wentz benched for Hurts; no verdict on starter

"Green bay now carson wentz was benched for jalen hurts midway through the third quarter. Yesterday hurts play. The eagles back into the game hurts so good with jalen in there. I've been waiting to say probably should have waited a little longer brandon. Getting benched for hurts blank you had to answer is much needed Put myself in his shoes. A lot of people don't understand how toxic of in oven environment it is when you're losing and you walk into. Nfl locker room organization. This is a billion dollar industry with multimillion dollar athletes. They accountability the type of pressure. That you face every single day to perform at a high level is out of this world so for carson wentz. This is the best thing that could potentially happen when you don't have to deal with that anymore walking into the organization and basing your teammates base in the media that's hard when you're playing this bet your teams playing this bed. There's nowhere to high so when you get bitch. Now it's time for him to take a deep breath and focus on the future now. I think i'm one that will stay on the table to think that you know just a little bit of time. Time could potentially fix these issues with the right type of pieces around him. I don't think it's time to move on. I just think they need to regroup. So i think it's intriguing for frank right frank reich. The head coach of indianapolis colts is the offensive coordinator in philadelphia. And twenty seventeen the only year carson wentz has looked like a franchise quarterback as soon as frank reich left seemingly soda carson winston ability to lead a team deep into the playoffs or einstein. He got hurt that year but the double digit wins. The colts got a thirty eight year. Old bolo tie wearing interception machine at quarterback who can't wait to get down to i think it's florida's offense coordinated bryce school next year. They know they're going to be in the markets on quarterback they also know their too good to draft one. And they don't trust your koby perset. Free agent marketplace isn't going to be right with starting quarterbacks and philly is going to have to trade carson if they want to move on from they can't cut it so i think frank reich is watching carson wentz struggles and saying to chris ballard and folks in indy guys. I think we can get him for a conditional seventh round pick. They just want to get off the contractor replays. Well so i think frank reich is watching this and saying you know what that could be starting quarterback next year.

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Episode 15: Managing Behaviors During COVID-19 (Part 2) + A New Partnership with SeizureTracker - burst 01

TSC Now

05:31 min | 1 year ago

Episode 15: Managing Behaviors During COVID-19 (Part 2) + A New Partnership with SeizureTracker - burst 01

"Database looking rather retrospectively your medical records and clinic visits where errands or patients saucer telling their doctor about past events at sometimes it's hard to recollect what happened or what was the trigger something that seizure truck provides is a patient reported outcome almost in real time shoe, the US alliance we record of what event occurred when in sequence of events medication was you'd provides a much finer level of detail that may be important for researchers looking at or relation kinetic years or medication yours or gain a lot more. Year that will be relevant for analyzed some important epilepsies, such a pervasive issue in the DNC community in Rabat's who were saying about. People with GNC who have seizures is a subset within that subset. There's so much diversity in the types of seizures and the triggers, and so beginning this deigned to drill down even further I think it could really open the door to understanding what sorts of options are out there for people who are struggling with seizures. Yeah and I think though as a community and thing because we think about research as an participating researching something that way think will help future generations and our contributions might not be necessarily apple. Now I think as we think about learning system and the. Way that they'll loops between clinicians, researchers, and patients are for me to share this data. We can really make an implant or we can understand location of our therapy decision faster. We can share that information with researchers and clinicians after and ideally create that Lou that come back and provides different therapies decisions that are validated through as data exchange a. so ideally, what we'd be thinking about research on participating in these data share project and the way enable researchers to get therapy changes and advice to our clinicians much faster and actually hopefully participating research double impact of direct did. And the juicy community have experienced that with past therapies have come to market in a much more rapid pace by mining the data is really going to open the door for more a better understanding of how these infect worked together. So you must have talked about how work that the science has done recently has really empowered more people to get involved in research. You know you don't have to go to a natural history. Data by site in order to participate, you can do consenting remotely and you can even have a mobile bottomless come to your house to Collect Your Bio Samples Gabrielle. Can you tell me a little bit more about what that consenting looks like in how people can get started on that cross? Yes. The first way to get involved the email me at G. Rushing at yes. Alliance stopped work in from that email I will. Get a phone call when the gentle participant or Guardian in phone cost only take about twenty to thirty minutes and I can set you on the phone. Right men there you are celebrities in in purchase meeting it will require you to sign a document that I mail to you. But right after that, I submitted a request, your mobile lobotomy company, they will call you to schedule an appointment at a time and deep of. this home in a one simple in I also will send a little emailing where it will click through where to connect their seizure data. If they aren't already, your razor conveniently will pop up with ability to create a seizure tucker without start using that data, and of course, if they are already in or natural history database or not seen at USC clinic, we will need to get medical records that have information on gist. So you do request that those medical records are either fax to US or veiled. And enter that data all those costs will be covered. So you don't have any additional clinic appointment necessary now insurance ills it's yes. Alliance will cover the cost of sending those medical records to us and as far as follow up after the initiation of project may do ask that you Bolos. Annual blood sample it's not required but as she symptoms do change over time in his medications change, it would be great to get up once or one year in any medical record update for any new tests or imaging or things like that. would be relevant important for research. So all in all the whole process shouldn't take more than thirty to forty five minutes on the back end and mobile's lobotomy appointments. He stopped twenty minutes. So a little over an hour of your time to commit to research, you try to make it as easy as possible if you're interested in learning more about any of these projects always visit gs lions website on page there's an interest form provide your information right on top of the page in I will be up to shortly after midday. Rob You've kind of touched on this seizure tracker benefit from this type of partnership. Really. I think with the partnerships and relationships and Your community building on the database and making it or powerful. I think we can really come together as organizations to better understand see. So we zero Tucker benefit of the community, but the whole community that from the data that you collect and store and share one of our most exciting projects now is something that in a partnership with multiple advocacy organizations. And we have a family realize that at blessed is not just

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Episode 15: Managing Behaviors During COVID-19 (Part 2) + A New Partnership with SeizureTracker - burst 01

TSC Now

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Episode 15: Managing Behaviors During COVID-19 (Part 2) + A New Partnership with SeizureTracker - burst 01

"About what that consenting looks like in how people can get started on that cross? Yes. The first way to get involved the email me at G. Rushing at yes. Alliance stopped work in from that email I will. Get a phone call when the gentle participant or Guardian in phone cost only take about twenty to thirty minutes and I can set you on the phone. Right men there you are celebrities in in purchase meeting it will require you to sign a document that I mail to you. But right after that, I submitted a request, your mobile lobotomy company, they will call you to schedule an appointment at a time and deep of. this home in a one simple in I also will send a little emailing where it will click through where to connect their seizure data. If they aren't already, your razor conveniently will pop up with ability to create a seizure tucker without start using that data, and of course, if they are already in or natural history database or not seen at USC clinic, we will need to get medical records that have information on gist. So you do request that those medical records are either fax to US or veiled. And enter that data all those costs will be covered. So you don't have any additional clinic appointment necessary now insurance ills it's yes. Alliance will cover the cost of sending those medical records to us and as far as follow up after the initiation of project may do ask that you Bolos. Annual blood sample it's not required but as she symptoms do change over time in his medications change, it would be great to get up once or one year in any medical record update for any new tests or imaging or things like that. would be relevant important for research. So all in all the whole process shouldn't take more than thirty to forty five minutes on the back end and mobile's lobotomy appointments. He stopped twenty minutes. So a little over an hour of your time to commit to research, you try to make it as easy as possible if you're interested in learning more about any of these projects always visit gs lions website on page there's an interest form provide your information right on top

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How to get involved in the TSC Biosample Repository Project

TSC Now

02:02 min | 1 year ago

How to get involved in the TSC Biosample Repository Project

"Looks like in how people can get started on that cross? Yes. The first way to get involved the email me at G. Rushing at yes. Alliance stopped work in from that email I will. Get a phone call when the gentle participant or Guardian in phone cost only take about twenty to thirty minutes and I can set you on the phone. Right men there you are celebrities in in purchase meeting it will require you to sign a document that I mail to you. But right after that, I submitted a request, your mobile lobotomy company, they will call you to schedule an appointment at a time and deep of. this home in a one simple in I also will send a little emailing where it will click through where to connect their seizure data. If they aren't already, your razor conveniently will pop up with ability to create a seizure tucker without start using that data, and of course, if they are already in or natural history database or not seen at USC clinic, we will need to get medical records that have information on gist. So you do request that those medical records are either fax to US or veiled. And enter that data all those costs will be covered. So you don't have any additional clinic appointment necessary now insurance ills it's yes. Alliance will cover the cost of sending those medical records to us and as far as follow up after the initiation of project may do ask that you Bolos. Annual blood sample it's not required but as she symptoms do change over time in his medications change, it would be great to get up once or one year in any medical record update for any new tests or imaging or things like that. would be relevant important for research. So all in all the whole process shouldn't take more than thirty to forty five minutes on the back end and mobile's lobotomy appointments. He stopped twenty minutes. So a little over an hour of your time to commit to research, you try to make it as easy as possible if you're interested in learning more about any of these projects always visit gs lions website on page there's an interest form

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BA's Best Chicken Parm

Bon Appetit Foodcast

09:38 min | 1 year ago

BA's Best Chicken Parm

"Buzz? Are you ready department up? I thought we were going to ring the Parnell arm with me. I I prefer to ring the palm alarm like when the chicken is done. Then that's like ringing the Dinner Bell. You know you ring the alarm everyone to the table but when you're partying it up that means you're gonNA make sure we don't have any chicken parm in the oven at the moment. So the alarm. It's going to get there soon. Okay so I have like. We've collaborated you've let me ride shotgun on several recipe developments. We did the brock. Bolo the Brockley as a we did the pork Mar Bay. We did Matzo ball soup. I kinda think this is the best one we've done. Well this one has also been a true co lab. I feel like we were both very in this the entire way and I think that's probably why it's the best for the listeners. Who Don't spend a Lotta time on BOND PETITE DOT COM? We have a feature called B. as best and we pick iconic dishes and the test kitchen editors really go deep on them and they leave no stone unturned try every iteration of something to achieve the platonic ideal of that dish. And I think what's so interesting? What chicken Parm is when people were coming into the kitchen for tastings? Everyone's got an opinion. Yeah also feel like for whatever reason. The world is having a chicken parm moment right now. Like people or chicken parm obsessed more than they've ever been in my lifetime so I think it felt like a particularly important dish to develop right now. Okay so talk to me about the developmental process because you went about it in a very methodical methodical I guess it's the word elected choose approached it developing this dish and so what was your strategy. So there's a lot going on and chicken parm and I think that the only the only viable option was to deconstruct it from the inside out and kind of go into into the center of the dish and evaluate every element of it. All the way out to till it's like last moments before it's on the table so we started with thinking about the chicken itself and whether that was going to be abreast or a thigh and then we started thinking about. How are we GONNA treat. That piece of chicken isn't getting married. Needed is getting season. What's happening to it? And then we moved a layer out to the breading which is obviously an important part of the chicken parm before it gets fried and then we moved on to a discussion about. What is the perfect chicken parm tomato sauce and obviously there are a lot of thoughts there and finally there was the cheese. Combo and so we just broke it out into those fundamental parts and we worked one at a time and built upon the last until we got to a place where we thought it was pretty frigging great. It is great. I will say that with full confidence or let's start with chicken As much as I love chicken thighs in general love boneless skinless chicken pies grilling bone in for like Pan Roasting. The chicken thighs did not get much of a welcome this recipe. No you did not give the chicken thighs a look. I looked at them and I love the. You didn't let me because nostalgic got the best of you which is understandable because this is undeniably nostalgic this recipe and so. I think you were right to decide that. Like a breasts felt more conic. But I will say that I do generally always prefer a chicken thigh when it's breaded and Fried Chicken Buzzer juicier. Their media. Again. They were nostalgic. I think carries a lot of weight with this recipe in particular. It's one of those this at everyone kind of comes to the table with some sort of notion of what it should taste like of dishes. They've had you know the little Italy or red sauce joins in America and those are always boneless chicken breasts so I think that was fair to start but I think what you did so successfully in the next step was I had not done successfully as a home cook. I made chicken. Parmesan was always like good but never great. You leaned in hard on the seasoning of the breast itself. Yeah so the the best thing you can do to a cut of meat like a chicken breast which has a tendency to dry out and is out the gates. Less flavorful than say dark meat is to introduce flavors and ingredients that will help to tenderizer got so. We tried a bunch of different marinades for everything from white wine to buttermilk to just salt and pepper and we ended up with a like fifteen. Twenty minute marinade in grated garlic. Lots of lemon juice in lots of olive oil as well as salt. Obviously so the salt is there to season and to allow it to have a little bit of time to actually penetrate through the breast and then the lemon juice was there to tender. Is it sort of like the way buttermilk act so the vinegar we tried? We also try to vinegar. Brine is a really like fast acting way to tender is a piece of meat like a chicken breast the graded garlic. I also love what you guys do this a lot in the test kitchen. You take a whole garlic and a micro plane in just great it back and forth and that sort of like Dr. The marinade instead of just having to cloves smashed that grading sort of coats each chicken breasts and really sort of penetrates flavor wise. And so that there's something just so at talion tasting like taste like Italy. The olive oil the lemon garlic and to your point it also tend. Rises was really cool. Yeah so we were off drug. Let's start with the tender tender chicken breast away. I'm sorry I'm going to rewind before he marigny talk about the chicken breast itself. The pounding in the butterfly and what that technique is like very important so we took chicken breasts and butterflied them and open them up like a book so that they ended up being like one large very flat chicken breast and then we also played around with all of the different widths so pounding it to an eighth of an inch a quarter of an inch a half an inch and taking that piece of chicken all the way through the recipe to see which fared best ultimately and. I think that we ended up with a half inch as the diameter as the thickness of the chicken breast which is a lot thicker than most chicken farms in the world. That you'll eat out in restaurants. I would say a couple of things. You did a good job teaching me on the video. Like the you've got the whole breast would suppress you know. It can be pretty big and on the curve side. That's when you sort of laterally cut into it with the chef's knife so you open it up and almost like shaped and then you put that between wax paper and if you have a tenderizer or you know if you ever wine bottle whatever you have to pounded thin and I think I a little bit thicker because it stays juicier and I tasted chicken more. Some people like at dinner. That's fine again. It is kind of up to you to decide how you like it so wrong wrong. It's reason this is the best. It's the best. It is best all right so we pounded it. We marinate it for twenty minutes. While we've got the chicken marinating. We set up our dredging station. So let's talk about that. So here's the things that we tested we did a classic dredge of just flour Egg Pinko. We did a classic flour egg bread crumb would did a flour egg mix of Pinko and bread crumb flour EG mix of blitzed Panko and on blitzed Pinko. Can I just interject there? Like just so the it was very hard to keep track of all these cutlets in one going to which one and again masking tape and sharpies everywhere at some point. My friend Nikki resources. We're going GONNA BE A. She was making chicken farm. And we love Panko breadcrumbs because those ice little Shahrzad get super crispy. But she was saying. Oh well sometimes when you do just Pinko you get some bald spots. Or it's not as densely packed so we were like well. What if you mixed Panko with traditional like Progresso breadcrumbs to sort of get some fine some shards or you said well what if he took Pinko and then blitz food processor and I think a lot of those things as best like you WanNa go enough steps that it is the best but at some point you're also like okay? This is crazy. I'VE GOTTA get out my food processor and blitz half Pinko and put them back with the other ones right like we still want this recipe to be cou- Qabail and makeable for home cooks. This isn't a restaurant dish. So those are all considerations that we take when we develop. Ba's best so it's sort of like the best given all circumstances but we also then tried a version where we went straight from the marinate Intertanko then into egg back into Pinko and that was actually a revelation because the crust was so thick and so- crispy but we found that by the time we got to dredging the fourth breast. There was a lot of like glue. Be Panko egg situation happening and it was just kind of a mass overall required a lot of care and it didn't feel necessarily foolproof again. Another restaurant

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"bolo" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"bolo" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Volunteers yeah nasty germs who want in on the big school yeah right we want the brackets around it thank you little someplace else maybe this ain't about no hassle this is about the baddest illness any of ya'll see who thinks she's the U. bolo virus both I need to eat well that day the ball is a case of to me it's all on what kind of sick Los did we see the good full get sick before Daddy did the right thing we did we do we stop the people from coming into our country but the cost of domestic violence suicide sure this is going to be three we're never going to be the same again that we have the user it's not just from the way we get to a new for now we're all living in and what normal is that the old normal is when your kids actually went to school you can go to work if you want watch the forty fourth placed fourth with your friends he traveled anywhere whenever you damn well please without government tracking for questioning you feel but it's that no normal.

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How Can Social Distancing Save Lives?

BrainStuff

05:47 min | 1 year ago

How Can Social Distancing Save Lives?

"This episode is part of the miniseries. We're doing on some health and safety topics surrounding the novel type of Corona Virus that was identified in two thousand nineteen which causes. What's therefore being called Cova d- nineteen because everything is a little less scary when you understand it better so for today. We're talking about a phrase that's new to most of us but not to the world of public health social distancing. But what exactly does social distancing mean? And how do we put it into practice simply put social? Distancing is a community strategy used by public health officials to put space between individuals in an attempt to limit the spread of any highly contagious infectious disease. Like covert nineteen or a Bolo or SARS the US Centers for disease control or CDC defines social distancing as remaining out of Congress settings avoiding mass gatherings and maintaining distance approximately six feet or two meters from others when possible many viruses including corona virus spread primarily through droplets. That can remain in the air for a couple hours after someone sneezes or coughs though over time the viruses in those droplets become less and less likely to infect you as we discussed in yesterday's episode however the potential for air and surfaces harboring infectious viruses. Is why creating space between individuals is critical community. Mitigation Strategies are especially important before a vaccine or drug is widely available to prevent diseases from spreading. And we don't have any such fix for covert nineteen yet. Social distancing is typically used in communities where an outbreak of a virus like cove in nineteen has not yet occurred. Because it's difficult to stop once it started. Think of it. Like when firefighters clear large swaths of brush to create a firebreak that will stop wildfires from spreading out of control. If there's no fuel for the fire to burn it'll go out if there's no one for the virus to infect the infection won't spread. You may have heard. The goal of social distancing is to flatten the curve. The curve in question here is a graph of how many people are likely to get sick and the period of time over which they're likely to fall ill because look a covert nineteen is a new illness. None of us has an immunity to it. Meaning that our immune systems are all unfamiliar with it so they don't perceive it as a threat right away so our immune system doesn't notice start destroying it as soon as it enters our bodies so the virus has a chance to replicate and by the time our immune systems know something's wrong they have to launch a full-scale attack which is what creates fever in weariness and other symptoms of being sick the period of time between when you pick up the virus and thus might spread it to other people and when you start to show symptoms of being ill is called the incubation period and no one knows how long it can last yet with this novel. Corona virus but medical researchers are saying. Give it two weeks to be safe now until we develop a fix for cove in nineteen to prevent it from spreading. It's safe to say that most to all of us will become infected. A chunk of the population will never have any symptoms. Many will have mild symptoms and a small portion will get seriously sick either due to the virus itself which attacks cells in and reproduces in the lungs or due to other illnesses that we're more susceptible to when our lungs have been thus damaged like pneumonia so when people talk about flattening the curve that means slowing down the spread of the disease so that those relatively few people who are going to get seriously. Ill don't get seriously ill all at once. That would be a tall peak in the curve illnesses over time and it would be bad because it would overwhelm our healthcare system by avoiding contact with people until your potential incubation period of a couple of weeks is over. You're helping to flatten that peak. The same number of people will be infected or sick or seriously sick over time. But you're helping spread those cases out so the healthcare system will be able to respond to some before the next ones come in and that's why officials are telling us to stay home when we can don't think of it like you're trying to avoid getting infected. That'd be great but think of it like you're already infected and don't know it and you're trying to avoid spreading it. Examples of social distancing include closing or suspending schools and moving to online or distance learning cancelling public events such as conferences weekly meetings or places of worship implementing commute practices for businesses where it's practical closing childcare centers. Suspending or canceling sporting events concerts or festivals and closing down seating at bars and restaurants. Mass transit may also be affected the important thing to note. Is that if your children are out of school. It's not time to set up play dates with the neighborhood kids or to visit the local public library or Park. If they're even open contact with people outside your home should be limited and the same goes for adults. It's not time to set up office at the local coffee shop again. If it's open or to have people over for a Party. When implemented correctly social distancing can have the desired effect of preventing the spread of a virus. It's been proven in the past but only when people take it seriously. A study published in the two thousand seven proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that during the nineteen eighteen Spanish influenza pandemic cities that puts social distancing measures in place earlier had significantly lower death rates than those that did not.

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Experimental drug holds promise for treating the coronavirus

Morning Edition

02:38 min | 2 years ago

Experimental drug holds promise for treating the coronavirus

"President trump called red death if you're promising yesterday and the energy eight commissioner Steven Hahn has said that the agency is working very closely with Kelly and sciences that's the company that makes this drug to figure out basically if it's safe and effective as a treatment for coronavirus so what exactly do doctors think this drug might be helpful well the drug was tested a few years ago to see if it worked against the bolo which is another viral disease but it got put on the sideline when other treatments and vaccines were developed so when destiny you're pretty much went back on the shelf until this coronavirus started sweeping through there had been some animal tests and lab experiments that suggested it might be effective against other viruses in the same coronavirus family namely sars and murders so trying it for this new coronavirus you know it makes sense run destiny or interferes with the ability of viruses to reproduce so are they testing this thing must be done to figure out if it if it can be effective yeah there are clinical trials to test the drug in covert nineteen patients and they're going on in China the U. S. and other countries around the world one study is looking at how the drug affects patients fevers in the amount of oxygen in their blood which makes sense because when patients are having breathing trouble their oxygen levels will get too low so that's one way to see if the drug is actually helping them to get better another study is focused on how many patients are well enough to leave the hospital within two weeks of starting treatment and doctors of course will also be checking out side effects are problems with the drug we don't know yet how safe the drug is for these patients the studies are still underway there are no final results yet and without final results scientists tell me that we just don't know if this really works for cold at nineteen what do patients have to be enrolled in clinical trials together no there is another way it's called compassionate use that's when the FDA allows patients typically very sick people with just a few options to take experimental drugs outside of a clinical study but it only happens in special circumstances for instance if the patient's disease or condition is life threatening and there are no other FDA approved options for the patient and that patient can't already enroll in one of the clinical trials so courses up to the company to provide the drug and in this case Gillian has done that the FDA says it's granted access to run disappear to about two hundred and fifty patients and is collecting that data as well to presumably help it better understands the

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"bolo" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"bolo" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"One's on a ladder rungs on the ladder the my mind there's right I never knew that was a word okay this call run being ranked running right it's a dating trend okay where you date purposely bolo so you've heard of you know she's out of my league here she is dating up yeah you've heard that before DDS now the this is people who target like the new trend is dating down and why I would why would you do that I don't know it makes you look better right I think it sounds interesting I don't know you gave me that this should apply first one is out if you want to look better yeah the person you're with you okay so you're right dying because that's what it says it's a dating term that's coined to describe when a person is conscious of their attractiveness purposely date down like punching above their weight they say are out of their league everybody has qualities that make them attracted to other people but this sounds like a horrible person to date if they want to be better than you yeah so if someone first all eighty knows that term I did not know that term I think I you know I I tell you there are people who do this because they like to feel like they're the quote unquote better one I don't know any more confident I I don't know this is such a shallow cut him yes yeah what happened but it happens you know I've been I don't know anyone who sent us you know guys know anyone who you say baby Jello in Casper smart you go again with jail house Casper's no he was all right looking was any here so you think it's just about the looks he was currently mostly about the looks is new hi yeah look I'm learning a little bit about that well it just it says as I research this it says it can lead to a feeling of lock or being thankful that a person considered better than you wants to be your partner so so again the person doing this has a different issue has a different issue their own problem by but for some reason they might want to be with someone who feels quote unquote lucky to be with them and and so you want to be like a hi we like the less likely to to cheat on you or something you might feel more on call the confident that the person is not going to sleep around or something like that I don't know but well it just like a logical yes I think the rocker sit does the runner that stating down feels like there's intention involved feels malice it feels it feels a tad only up their ego by dating down purposely dating down so weird yeah looks like it's like unless if maybe they're afraid of rejection well that could be a friend of rejections are say it say it again you shouldn't classify people like this but in but in this concept that we're talking about if if people are perceiving that this person is on a lower wrong which is silly but if that's the philosophy you may think that but I swear if you say it out loud but if that's the philosophy then the person might be like well then this person's like pretty much gonna say Yassin date me and and and they they they they avoid rejection the possible section okay and that's a very good there is a good way of looking at it Matt Blanchard from channel five whose co hosting for Laurie today you've used so much hand sanitizer we're gonna need a new bottle you know I got.

Bureau of Land Management Defends Move to Oil-And-Gas Town in Colorado

Environment: NPR

04:25 min | 2 years ago

Bureau of Land Management Defends Move to Oil-And-Gas Town in Colorado

"The idea had been floated for years but President. Trump is actually doing it is administration is moving the headquarters of the Bureau of land management the Federal Agency that oversees drilling mining and recreation on about a tenth of all land in the US. The agency's main foot main office is now in a traditional oil and gas town in Colorado. Npr's Kirk siegler reports the new headquarters a long way from Washington DC. Like nine thousand nine hundred miles to the small western Colorado City of Grand Junction here. It's impossible to ignore. You are surrounded by federal public. Land the towering Mesas Red Rock Canyons and the Colorado National Monument Lobby the Acting Director William Perry penalty caught flack after announcing the move because of the other tenants in this office building their Chevron upstairs and on the main floor right next to the BLM's new glass entryway Colorado's lead oil and gas lobbying firm. You can't help but notice when you walk in. This office is right next to the Colorado oil and gas the Kogo Office and I'm just thankful it's not a marijuana dispensary. There's no dearth of pot shops around here but the agency says it's also hard to find an office space where the industry doesn't have a presence. Grand Junction is surrounded by public lands. That produce a lot of oil and natural gas. You know frankly. Let's be real. The oil patch can always afford to fly to Washington and sit down with somebody in Washington. The people can't do it farmers and ranchers and people from small community and county commissioners in a crisp wight Western shirt and Black Bolo tie the six-foot-five pen-li says the General Services Administration found this space. I think the more important story is that were out here. Were in the local community and locals can come and see us and we're just a you know a short drive away from a lot of people who would never think of flying to Washington. Dc to sit down with the director for penalty. This move is about decentralizing the US government the seventy four year old attorney spent most of his career at the Conservative Mountain states legal foundation re challenged the BLM in cases representing miners ranchers and recently Utah counties who fought bears. Ears National Monument. Some Westerners have long complained that the agencies leaders in Washington are disconnected with rural resource dependent communities here in Grand Junction Mesa County. Commissioner Rose Puglisi pushed hard for the relocation we have great relationships with our local field offices but ultimately we've learned that the decisions are made in Washington DC where they don't really even know where Mesa County is or the impacts of their decisions on our economy. Puglisi is a Republican but there has been some bipartisan support in Colorado Anyway for the relocation in part because the government is moving higher paying leadership. Jobs out here but mostly. Democrats and many conservationists are fighting this. They lost a bid to strip funding for the move but they did convince the Government Accountability Office to launch an inquiry. A lot of people come here like walk. Dogs defined right in activist and environmental filmmaker. Cody Perry is in. Bangs Canyon is a popular recreation site just to the edge of the Grand Junction sprawl. Is this public lands. That belongs to not just the people here in this county but all Americans he points out that the vast majority of BLM staff is already living and working full time in the rural west any worries that removing leaders from the halls of power and DC will turn the agency into a backwater. But he thinks that's by design. I think it's an absolute effort to undermine and dismantle an agency where essentially removing institutionalized knowledge that is being basically dismantled by industry actors. That's crazy talk. There's no other way to say back at the. Blm's still mostly empty offices near the city's Small Airport Acting Director William Perry pen-li says if anything the BIELEMA staffing up to carry out the administration's public land's agenda. Why in the world would we fire? People are dismantling agency this critical to accomplish your goals like energy independence like increasing recreational access like decreasing the likelihood of wildfires all across the West but for the third straight year. President trump has proposed. Cutting the agency's budget penalty hopes to have up to forty staff here by the end of March around the time that is temporary appointment. Expires Kirk Siegler. Npr News Grand

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Holiday cancelled? How the coronavirus is hurting tourism

Ray Appleton

01:33 min | 2 years ago

Holiday cancelled? How the coronavirus is hurting tourism

"The let's talk about the travel industry in particular airlines and their stocks if they are unable to make trips to Shanghai and Beijing and wherever else this at spelling trouble what do you see it on the rise again it's actually anything having to do with leisure travel discretionary dollars being spent on on on things that like for example cruise line you're not gonna go on a cruise ship if there's gonna be a bunch of Chinese people that also want to go see Alaska's glaciers falling into the ocean you're a senior you're not gonna get on that cruise ship so this hurts companies like royal Caribbean it hurts I companies like Hilton it certainly hurts the airline companies and that's globally by the way that it just American camp companies but I see is an opportunity because the corona virus we already heard hints of a vaccine just yesterday and we know that a vaccine will be hugely profitable for whoever comes up with it first and so this will come to pass just like sars did just like the bolo hopefully keeps them where it is yeah and then of course you have swine flu bird flu I mean those are very serious events in the mortality rate on the corona virus although it's two percent in China I don't believe it would be two percent the United States because of our healthcare system be and so much more advanced in and so right now we're just kind of we're looking at this thing and watching it but watching the scare and I'm looking at it as were the opportunities I'm gonna put up a bunch of billboards across China and just say stop eating bats if you will that be assigning any of a start yeah that would be at the end cats bats in caps please leave those alone

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"bolo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"bolo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The comp bolo five hundred thousand in south Tampa yeah that's what that's my answer yeah what about your plant school district under five hundred thousand well without a car you know because I mean there is stuff that you know still might not be able to offer truly yeah and I agree with rubber I think it's all about location location location and price point I I will say as far as location I think anything and FHA loan guidelines is gonna fly sometimes multiple offers expressly if it's in a really good location yes and get multiple offers yeah what about you Donna so I actually agree with something that Bernie said about the price point and it being like in the FHA arm you know price point because I think that that is like the largest price why a lot of people want their first time home buyers and we have a lot of buyers I think that it's a combination of location but I also think it's a combination of location and condition I feel like yeah homes that are really really good shape or that have been you know remodeled or that a little bit more modern does tend to go off the market a lot quicker specially if they're not like in a new construction area so new construction you have so much inventory that people you know have a lot to choose from but when when you're thinking about like something that's in great condition and a great price and like the one that I have as it was in plant city and had an acre that's hard to find or like any other area like in south Tampa or Brandon something that's remodeled I think those go really fast specially if they're on like under three hundred and I feel bad for not mentioning anything in Penn Alice because that's actually not the case there's a lot of hot areas in Pinellas Pasco fair so that there is some really great yeah I like I just sold on northeast home there is beauty all my gosh yeah yeah beautiful a lot of fun yeah know me I do too but when the top of my head yeah when you're like what's gonna sell probably multiple offers very very quickly yeah that kind of stuff jumps on that same description that I gave in palace I mean it's perfect because a lot of homes of panels are older you know it was established you know it's not like cookie cutter so if you find something that's in really good shape or remodeled and it's priced accordingly you can't like over price said right then I think that it's gonna go fast homes with tools what will continue this topic when we get back because I think this is a really interesting topic and I want to delve into a little more because I think Britney short changed us I'm not naming any areas he's gonna have to name some areas for us when we get back but we definitely want to continue this conversation right after this quick break here on the Duncan do a real estate so do.

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All eyes on Iowa — and Buttigieg

The Forecast with Harry Enten

06:18 min | 2 years ago

All eyes on Iowa — and Buttigieg

"First and foremost though the Iowa caucuses is about one hundred days out so for today's forecast we're gonNA focus their Harry how are the Democratic candidates ranking in that wonderful state of a wonderful Hawkeye state I do believe not the buckeyes state is some people sometimes call it why though high because it says I there's is there's Look here here's the key thing in Iowa that is so important and basically what you have is that bombarding and Warren at this particular time our hugged together in the low twenty s and this has been fairly consistent since August and what's important here about Iowa that really separates it out nationally is that Buddha judge can make the argument is in third place in Iowa he's somewhere in the low to mid teens right with Bernie Sanders and of course Iowa votes I so a Buddha judge could potentially win there and he may very well could because essentially at this point I would only say that Biden warned combined have somewhere between a fifty five and sixty percents of which leaves forty to forty five percent chance that one of those two won't win that could change the entire dynamic of the field you've spent so much time an Iowa John Please regale us with your stories from the trail may I was stories I prefer to New Hampshire first of all this is he's got a real eye opener reporters do because they're nicer in Iowa and the events are more spread out geographically in that means that I think that each voter actually gets more direct contact with the candidate So I think that the voters in Iowa have such a a a a serious decision process they go through when picking the candidates Biden and Warren bunched up though I mean I don't see that last thing all the way through well I I guess that's the real question right I mean it's been pretty steady since August but you know as Biden Warren have sort of gone after each other you know perhaps or at least Biden's gone after Warren more kind of stays in her own sorta lane there there's going to be this craving for this third alternative right aura fourth alternative and essentially you know if you were to look what is this most like a you know Steve Kornacki my dear friend that MS has said it remains and some of the two thousand four race right where you essentially Dean and Gephardt sort of up there and then you had carrying it where it's kind of a little bit back and then eventually people got the second a top two and then the third and fourth place people ended up finishing in first and second and so I'm not sure can last but at this point you know if you want the argument that worn is rising nationally which we could get to we will that's not the case in Iowa it's really not she has been steady around twenty on twenty two twenty three percent of the vote since the middle of August and Joe Biden who has either fallen or not nationally has been steady in Woah at about the same amount without an organization in without minority voters that's the key difference right that's the key difference between Iowa which probably allows Buddha judge to come in and capitalize on the state of Iowa people to judge is going nowhere with non white voters non white voters are very small percentage he hasn't gone anywhere yet correct white voters but of course momentum comes out of Iowa at least some momentum will then when you hit New Hampshire that's right that's the question is can Buddha judge sort of take I will use it as a launching pad then go on to New Hampshire and it may be that problem we had with non white voters goes audio semi-ghost Goodbye C. L. later what is it about Buddha judge in Iowa is it is it is it is it ground game he hasn't he opened maybe the most if not tied with I don't Know Elizabeth Warren and opening the most offices and he's got Bolos money so he's spending an organization they're he has got a mid Western appeal now I don't know as much about Indiana as some people here donald but it does begin with I and so does Iowa but he's we're all the same it is the mattingly I think closer than some other states that people are just S. so then you know what strikes me as as you did what I think was the most important early interview with people judge in introducing him I think in many ways to the country three even before the town meeting they got so much that people to actually running for the middle of the country he was positioning himself to be the mid Western reds trump's state yeah can't it so that's why I think that he may be connecting in Iowa and I would just argue you know there have been candidates before who have done better in the Mid West than they've done say nationwide you know you can think about Paul Simon Aviator Dick Gephardt eighty a Bob Dole look inside in one thousand nine hundred eighty or even ninety six although we actually did slightly worse in ninety six but the point is is there is this potential sort of home region effect that we also see I'm sure right where the candidates from next door Massachusetts and Vermont tend to do better I think there's an argument to me made that the candidates next door I tend to do better in part perhaps because they sort of speak Iowa can I just say one of the thing though you talked about two thousand four Democratic race I think the one thing people are just be worried about is that it's not to that doesn't sixteen Republican version were Marco Rubio does really well compared to what people thought he finishing third there's no moral victory I think any more has has slipped like Steve Bullock's like if everyone finishes in the top five then they definitely have a chance coming by air the day of the Iowa caucus place fourth and fifth and to ride ticket to ride my

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The Special Delivery Podcast with Hugh Bowman

Three Wide No Cover

09:53 min | 2 years ago

The Special Delivery Podcast with Hugh Bowman

"We'll champion jockey die young fellow that grew up Donnie? Do we see Myron Your Power Jimin Mandy and lived on a bit of property now thirty on us to use a guy you get voted world champion Jockey to was that a surreal feeling to flaw in applying I've of the of the world and accept that trophy all songs I was yeah I didn't think a bit on gas really on Lean obviously that time off back of winks Korean that's interesting have the voting is done online obviously they pick the top one hundred group on writers What I nominate one hundred group one races as the top one hundred of outings don on that system and of course God winks win sort of I I it rises seven group once and then she came back and won the next ye so guide me a little bit of a saloon passage Gina the point scoring the apart from that they'll have a great I think two or three one winners in Hong Kong and of course that Japan cop at the end of the wasn't amazing evil clean I'll never forget it I mentioned you're thirty nine years if I do you have talked to reflect or just too busy seven days a week rice rotting and and rotting away may like winks you don't really get Tom to reflect as simple as that forget yesterday move onto the next day on very much looks forward not backwards anyway But I did tight Tom as we all know off two weeks as retirement to two months off we employees indeed and that did give me Tom to reflect not only on Wync spit on myself and my family and I think you know there was enforces might for myself in those closest to me other laws for we for that success to be able to happen and you know we won't get and later in the show but that's one of the reasons that Japan Cup win was you know very very special to me every will dive into wings a little bit later on but he started you apprenticeship with Rawson but Beth ninety seven you kicked in where you're a natural joke no it wasn't very far from it does natural horsemen natural raw reading how law I can remember the Pony Club from before school up until I define and up until the I just started right shorting really and at the idea of wells Lawson's windows fief doing in the school holidays and fortunately my parents had all the allman had a little bit of an association with Billy Ass Browse through through the eyes of when Neil Molly was trying and bill used erode from a grandfather father and he's waffling and trying to of course and was the leading trainer in the Central District at the Are Yeah I was fortunate enough to be given the opportunity to go with them and having billy as mentor and a God was instrumental in more development as a jockey because as I said it was very unnatural to me because I'd never had really any any experience in the professional sort of horseracing had Google's at the guy was fosters you could when you're young fellow on great holes for night absolutely tight control and bought with you but you can learn so much experiences remember I began with one and let it rip you thought all that adrenaline at the I was actually in the Paddick Moore other with the main and I didn't quote now what else in for to be honest when we winner in we've done a favorite a half pice together but we'd never really let one go yeah I'll never actually forget that the win going through the skull Cap and was a bit a little bit fraud to be honest but you'd left the Albanian edgy he was distant well he sort of went off before he saw Moore horse teams but all wasn't quite ready for the experience as a bit yeah also bit it goes through but it was something that certainly got more adrenaline going and students today who'd you love who'd you love growing up we gotta have role models to simulate the why we want to go about it and get your first period Jodi get your new helmet and then all of a sudden you rod in trawls as an apprentice then you get your ticket who is sitting back on the couch just white and have that I the rice is in Washington going to be that jockey wouldn't be Rice's Darren Beadman Darren beadman and billy I suppose when I was in Ba'athist but before I started my apprenticeship Darren and shine door were dominating the group uh-huh and I were the two that really captured more attention what was it a bad behavior in that you loved just the just he's strengths and he's consistency but as I said it as a four thousand fifteen year old I wasn't really paying attention local would these days but I guess the success and the fact that he in China just come on the best drawers and it was just tit for tat as to who got on the best one and I almost took it in turns chemically c'mon babe and left Android and slip it used to run a little bit short on up as underneath the chain the at the flower hey the billy Oughta look yeah I wasn't as attracted to the show on the white shine Reuters posed Darren because it familiar to say no little actual but he's a hall of Famer and he was very effective at it but familiar personally it was something that I couldn't see myself emulating Iraq and foot knee on Huey a lot of the guys Roy with the bull the Atto side that's Moi that's more for the ball at the guys across the Bolo Tie and that's the that's it what you'd like to rob with your foot running wise APP Well to be honest when I'll start to do that that's had billy road and that's sad download to in the early days I think he ended up running these telling you towards the end but certainly when all star he had full for me on but was always instructed Nelin certain terms they're all Mahfoud foot me on and that's exactly what I did and when I moved to see me after being to successfully easy and buses Leeann and billy we moved to Sydney in all of these more chance to develop into one of the big voice started drawing McCowan the on how to hold stumble was also Tallinn's actually that it just stumbled at the four hundred million American rain we can call Aubert's Hayden are truly believe foof four foot in the on or wouldn't have fallen off it so after six weeks on the saw lawns mirthless six weeks hurt mnay that welcome back back in and of never changed that was it suits you and your stall he say you move from the country the city it's a big big landscape China for you and fast hard but um took two thousand and nine nine year two thousand nine hundred eighty nine hundred ninety nine I should say in two thousand dollars rising seasons in two years year apprenticeship you become Laden apprentice you must have had great opportunities but made the most of it well how did great opportunity had a great granting hundred hundred wieners in the country opinion to Sydney to Rome Quinton in done in Raleigh June nineteen on as it was you just said and I had a great deal of experience but harm you had no country climbing provincial climbing to three kilo climate the city nail was the beneficiary of system charged with offenses which split the categories up to country provincial and city so a regained three kilo alantic provincials and obviously sustain the three kilo climate the country so that that guy I mean eighty winners decline that I wouldn't have had well it didn't have one on issues moved to Sydney so that that really opened the door for opportunity the deformity and yeah I'll think road at provincial Saturday meetings Kimmel Newcastle for four weeks once we got started within the ninety nine season and on the road three three trebles onto doubles and then of course the big boys went to Melbourne yep more opportunity in this in Sydney and had a great season winning the apprentices total exterior winners I think you might be able to help these sad Answer these questions what did we put apprentice on more Victoria and not in Sydney I think the cease to be different into the you've got more dominant China Zied me was even the case back then you had waterhouse and hawks dominating so if it suited them to use an apprentice I would but I tend to use the jockeys and that same sort of dominance has continued on in Sydney with a small number of China's dominating but also the realities the apprentices system in Victoria is far better than UCF wild north thing as much as writing ucs while I was gonNA heading every area that's one area that that all on the boards a working on but it certainly

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Part 3: Jeff Siegel, Ed DeRosa, James Scully

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

13:44 min | 2 years ago

Part 3: Jeff Siegel, Ed DeRosa, James Scully

"Jeff Good Morning Good morning how you doing excellent and lots to digest. We've already talked to the J ribbon earlier this morning morning. I want to get your take on what went on about the racist we discussed last week including the the upset which I think is less shocking talking than people. The people are are feeling. It didn't seem upon further review that Mongolian groom was all that impossible well. He wants to me I mean I thought he'd run well but I I really I'd watch McKinsey working. I thought he was ready to roll. Oh and just looking at the form I thought that he would win and he he moved to the top of the stretch like he was going to pounce and then he kind of flat out and I I always had a little sense of doubt that maybe he wasn't quite amount of quarterhorse but this is only a mile and they and I was disappointed and I think Bob Baffert with two do I really was an he's made in announcement that he's going to replace my Smith with a writer that we don't know who's going to be. I'm sure all the the agents are kind of hanging around trying to throw their hat in the ring but yeah I mean I it was I mean it's it's just it's the nature of the game here. We've you see this happen a lot and perhaps the real the real important racist coming up a month from now but if you've you know food for thought as to whether or not the horse that we also at least I thought was the number one older horse in the country. is really that much better than everybody else and amount of quarter. I think it's anybody's game now fold in as well the the result at the Jockey Club Gold Cup and what did you think of the takedown and who do you favor of the two of them coming out west well. I'll tell you what that I I was kind of hoping that it didn't come down and even I thought the three year old is going to win the race going in and what am I ran well. I thought he I thought he had every chance to get by but it was a tough. It's tough to lose a race lightweight like way when push came to shove and unfortunately for her also did come to push he he hung in there I think both both of those are deserving the universal. I'd come already come out west a winner racer over the summer so we subtract and so they'll meet again it's I I. I was talking about this. The other day was Zoe on our podcast and we we were pretty much not baffled. I don't think that's the way but kind of open to in trying to figure out who might win the plastic doors so many possibilities now so many horses that look like they're capable title stepping up some of them that look good or maybe vulnerable so I duNNo. We'll be watching the next couple of three weeks to see who trains the best. Maybe maybe we can come up with a conclusion but right now now. It's really a mess we'll wait till they get the decisions. The final decisions horses like a late and late would add another wrinkle visit I think they're thinking mile and a quarter and the boys aren't that top much tougher for maybe the midnight DC would be if he ran against her again and and a mile an eighth in the in the the staff so that would that would certainly make an interesting well a couple of other thoughts jeff about last weekend the reasons we discussed filled D'Amato just a of magical a couple of days pee wee reese on Friday mirth and Cleopatra Strike in the Rodeo drive and the John Henry able to Geo Story. I keep coming back to it because what can you say and then Sunday Paradise Woods and I ask you the same question that I brought up up with Jay and I asked Sadler too Sadler Sheriff's the other day if she runs that race of the distaff she's she's a major major player and I know she's a notorious in and outer but I thought that was a terrific effort it was it was accomplished under under pristine conditions sitting right outside a speed horse with nobody all rounder nobody in front of her nobody beside her with kind of like a workout for but she did feel the deal as she finished strongly and she earned a beyer speed figure that was something like eight or nine points better than they were not that that means anything but bottom line is she ran really well now whether or not she can do that again I don't know if he pointed out not exactly your model of consistency and I thought maybe your best days were behind her but boy did she work well and I I I yeah I mean you have to go. You have to think that going into the dispatch. This definitely has a legitimate chance I mean if she decides to show up with a game the thing that we're going to start talking about Jeff when when when I'm at clockers corner and and we're watching horses work and when we analyzed the the XP TV workouts leading up to the race between you and Millie Ah Zoe is going to be fitness levels and the one thing you're not going to have to worry about John. The sheriff's Baffert and Sadler is is fitness of these horses on that racetrack and that's going to be a huge factor and I'm I'M GONNA keep referring to the east coast horses that went to del Elmar for the Pacific Classic and God drowned on that deep surface and Steve Asmussen asked me to his credit with with tenfold he learned his lesson and went out early with Mottola because he is not gonna get caught on that element he wants his horses. This is ready to travel over that surface and it's going to be something we we really focus on and then I'm sure in the recap you know after breeders Peter Scott. It's GONNA come up well down. Mars is eat but it's it's not it's not any deeper than in Santa Anita where this is not the old Santa Anita track backwards you know three quarters in eight and change all all day long I mean you have to be did fit to run on. This track is deep. You just tiring you you have to train over it. I think I think it really helps and yeah I think it's going to be very important to to to watch the works and I I do think it's going to be a great advantage for horses to get in early and get a beast of one or maybe even to work over the drag your possible because it's it's not it's it's tough. It's it's it. It's deeper than New York and Belmont Park is I'm convinced of that and I know Belmont to be called the fanny and all that but this track is is big heavy. I mean it's the faith it's safe and that's why they made it so deep but you've gotta get through it and you gotTa. That'd be fit well. Let's get set to look at the weekend and before we talk about Saturday any any day maker ideas for today well. You know it's yeah I mean I I did do a couple of San Anita and I can give the a little bit of an insight today's tough but I like the Philly name swirling in the fourth race she's not the favorite averaged five to two zero six two five in there she's a late running turf sprinter that that I that likes attending through force and they're starting to run five and a half now in the first we've got a couple now they extended the shootout there so she'd found five furlongs on this course a little stripe and she was hitting the boy and running well but just running out of room now she goes five and a half and I noticed in the few couple of five and a half long since we've had so far that the closers have a better chance and she's she's good enough to win. and I think that extra half for a long we'll give her the edge that she needs so I'm looking at number two swirling in the fourth race to kind of heightened me over for that's my play play today. It's an okay car not a great guard but I think we can we can get some value there because she's not going to be the favorite it's excellent all right swirling today and Let's let's go to the weekend and obviously the steak the steak side of things Let's talk about talk about the city of hope I because it it it really is intriguing and I brought up with Jay earlier. Jeff the mixing and matching of older horses. I mean really veteran in six seven eight year olds like synchrony and Ohio and Bolo and catapult facing off against some horses that may be emerging What's your angle in the studio? It's really hard. I handicap this this race and I came up with about four or five that on their best day could win. synchrony is intriguing to me I think he's intrinsically the best of the group but he doesn't have a lot of tactical speed and going a mile on this course even though he's running the tool aww theoretically he could maybe draft into the mid part of the mid packing and save the nangle out and get through he tends to give himself a lot to do and I remember when he came out here for the CBS del Mar last November. The same thing happened. Do that was sixteen. He fell back. He he had some traffic trouble he got. That's where we finished. Fuller Ronnie finished thirty one but but he didn't get there so I I like him at five to one at synchrony shipper I I hope he gets the trip. If he doesn't then you can make a case for a number of these. I mean looking for fifteen to one shot number four on your program. Aziz restrained vengeance. He's GonNa get loose in the lead and if he does that he can be dangerous. TAT upholds training really well but he's form doesn't look all that well you gotta go back to the Kilroy Mile Back in March the finding good but at least it was over this turf fourth and he could pop up Sadler. He's five to one the raises a bunch of the race basically is is a bunch. That's a five to one shots hoping for good luck but I think maybe if he gets through synchrony can win I wanted to I wanted to like River Boyne off the lay off and then John White made him four to one and that that cooled my ardor well you know I looked at him him and he was a very good three year old and he hasn't won at four and haven't made a lot of progress at least according to his numbers and he goes from practice and I'm looking elsewhere. Let's put it that way you know a to go back to an angle from last week as that in fact Jay also came up with and Dash the other filled D'Amato player and here's able to do who the things that just seem to be running for Jeff at at least from what we saw last week while they they ran for a golden gate when he was leading rider up there and I talked to them for a number of years actually we had horses up there and he he wrote for us always felt that he was good enough but he was kingpin up there era and then he decided to make the leap and I thought it might be tough for them but it really hasn't he's really falling favor with the with the horsemen down here and he's a strong writer but he's a good rider as far as and dishes concern. He's coming off a nice win. Del Mar.. He's obviously never beaten this this group although he did run second Mendelssohn and his racing debut of that matters which it doesn't that was way back in two thousand seventeen at the Curragh but but he's he's he's developing. He's he's coming around and the way the model is going. I mean I wouldn't put anything past him and especially in a race like this in which really there is no standout and anything can happen so hey why not wanting to watch a couple of other thoughts. what do you make of this chance Salat Omaha beach matchup the very very different set of three year olds against elders in the in the sprint championship wells twelve sheds lots four to five in the morning line because he's not only the fastest horse in the race in terms of numbers but he's also look controlling speed and he doesn't even have to go that fast my my concern was and it's kind of happened in the Jerkins a little bit then I know that the inside part of the wasn't particularly hit that day but they kinda slowdown down twenty three flat forty five and and he's fast horse and I think you gotta use his weapon and I think going three quarters. They don't have to worry too much about you. Know saving reading anything so I I would suspect he'll bust out there and go. He had a nice breeze over the track. I think Navarro did the right thing by bringing them out early and breezy had a half and forty. He's seven and one third fastest at sixty five last week and he lied did it. The right way looked like he was relaxed like he got over the track very very well so he's going to be it really hard for Omaha Beach the rundown although I my theory about Omaha beach is that he's always wanted to be a sprinter and because he was so good and all the money's going long long that Richard Mandella kept running them wrong and why wouldn't he won the rebel in the Arkansas Derby any may have even able to win the Kentucky Derby had come down with the trap Levada brought his only sprint race of his career only race of seven that he actually sprinted

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Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) - Symptoms and Causes

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

09:04 min | 2 years ago

Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) - Symptoms and Causes

"Margaret. I'll start with the basics which is a bold itself. It's <hes> often talked about. Everybody knows the name but i'm not sure how clearly we are on what it actually is so first of all what's the simplest way of describing the disease what it does and how it transmits okay so it's a virus and it's as a member of a family of viruses called the filoviruses and they need that simply say look let little worms under a microscope but they all they cause hemorrhagic fever one of the tricky things found with a bowler doesn't start with sort of the image that people have follow of blood oozing out of all places in fact it simply starts as a fever a headache extreme tiredness so will it could be anything right that could be a nasty case of the flu and then it it goes into a second phase which is what we call the whit phase when people stop vomiting and have diarrhea and then they get a lot worse than they going to organ failure and then you start to see also the hemorrhaging but that is very much a late stage thing and in fact by the time you see people with those symptoms it's it's going to be quite difficult to treat them but because of the symptoms so where people really lose vast amounts of fluids the vomiting the diarrhea they're highly infectious and they spread the infection through this loss of body fluid essentially and the other thing about ebola particularly the is that virus is a massive load of fires in your body your time with death and it stays there continues to be a massive load of forest. So people people who had did are are a form of transmission. It's particularly risky after death especially in cultures where people need need to touch bodies or who do rituals purification rituals and so on where they remove the fluids from the body so with a lot of the big league outbreaks we've had here they have often been sparked by the death of somebody who's very very much loved and has attracted large numbers of mourners all of whom have touched the body and and sadly many of whom have been infected so in terms of the attempt to combat ebola. How big a breakthrough is this this cure if indeed that's quite the right word for it. What it is is treatment that we now know is effective so curious pretty complex thing in medical terms. Cure is the end of a disease that what these treatments that we can see can stop the virus in the body and for people who come in early when when they've got a smaller load of virus these treatments are stopping the virus and people have an extremely good chance of survival and we've really gone from a disease is it that kills ninety percent of people without treatment which can now where ninety percent of people can survive if the treatment so that is a very big speaks tip but it's not the ernest the crucial thing is people knowing that have a bowler knowing they're in a place where they're at risk of having a bola and identifying into finding potential very early in that challenge we still haven't cracked in this particular outbreak so what have been some of the challenges of actually developing mistreatment in the democratic republic of congo which is a difficult environment in in all sorts of respects within the democratic republic of congo. You're right. It's it's not an easy setting but we had a tremendous advantage here in that. We've got fantastic partners who set up very very good abolish treatment centers. I worked during the west african outbreak and the change in the level of care the humanity of kay what's offered. I'm seeing seeing really first-world. Care in water indeed very resource poor settings. The standard of care is extremely high and this is down to not just fantastic partners and and a lot of international experts have come and worked in this place but also really dedicated the congolese medical and nursing staff who have worked under incredibly difficult conditions we wanted the treatment centers i went to head actually being burned down by a community that we're very resentful and frightened of a bowler and they still have a bunker in the middle where they've dug a big deep bunker where they can hide if people come and shoot at the people do work under incredibly difficult conditions but they are providing an extraordinarily high level of care is that suspicion in and resistance from local populations still factory finding at decreasing at all because the still reports that quite significant a number of congolese either don't really believe abol exists or believe that a bowler is some sort of deliberately confected weapon or perhaps even the treatments. It's all the bola an attack against them sending resistance mistrust and disinformation. I would say the biggest challenge we face and i would say those are the reasons we're still here. Actually normally an outbreak is something if you've if your there with all the tools we've got which i've said excellent of all the treatment centers with got a vaccine. That's ninety seven percent effective. We've gone really really good engaged. Staff could engaged local stuff so many of the things that you want to see happening in a bolo response happening here but what we haven't achieved is as you say trust. We've got communities who've had generations decades of terrible conflict. They've had conflict with neighbors if it conflict with authorities already there in a part of congo that doesn't support the central government. This is very much in opposition area so these communities unity's who don't have a lot of time trust the time for or trusting outsiders and they haven't had a lot of help from outsiders. They haven't got road the work. That aren't have running water. They don't have health centers that are safe so when we come in a patiently foreigners and we say this this is very serious and you've got it all these things where during this furor and good aren't really believe it. The messaging is clearly an important part of getting these treatments to people people. What have you learned about in the time that you've been dealing with the bowl not just in this current outbreak in congo but also the the previous monday in west africa. We've learned that we have to listen and that sounds so obvious. It's so easy to save really hard to do especially in an emergency people tend to rush in and say we're going to do this. Do this do this but in fact the first thing you've got to do is listen and it's again. It's difficult to do when when you've got a lot of conflict when you're going to an area where people shoot at you and they shoot at you to kill you so you may. We have a lorde the areas we're working in. They have militia groups who are often simply groups protecting one community against another now. They are people. If you spend some time you you can negotiate with a new can actually work with but there are other external groups so something called the idea of the allied defense forces who are sort of and mishmash of people from a conflict in uganda but have come across the border and they simply come to kill the extremists and they're there to kill kill whoever they think is the enemy so when you're going into a place where say a._t._f. Knows operating you can't simply go in and necessarily or people don't feel comfortable going in and spending a lot of time listening they might rushing do things quickly rush out and of course that that doesn't doesn't make the community trust you very well but we have found when things are calm when we've got good intel that it safe we can go knowing we can listen any just changes everything just finally thin from where we are now to the point of ebola being if naught radical than perhaps manageable. How far are we. We a lot better as a world. We're in a better position because we now have a vaccine that we know works. We now have treatments. That are very effective if you come mm to treatment early of course we don't want anyone to ever get a bona. The aim is for nobody to have now we know of course you can't say the boulder but as far as the world concerned in health security terms they've been massive scientific advances and that is improving our ability to manage this very frightening

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