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Lamb's 1-handed TD catch gives Dallas 23-16 win over Giants
"Cowboys came from behind to beat the Giants 23 to 16 trailing 13 to 6 Dallas QB Cooper rush directed second half scoring drives of 75 and 89 yards to kill Elliot had a TD run and credited the defense Defense they always hold it down for his you know when we move in a little slow and I mean they've been doing it all year I mean how many sex had a day What 5 6 so but another big sack game CD lamb added the TD catch while DeMarcus Lawrence sacked giants quarterback Daniel Jones three times Both clubs now two on one Mike mancuso east Rutherford New Jersey
The Future of This Country Is Precarious at Best
"Future of this country, which any way you slice it really just continues to get more and more precarious and whether it's the words that we're hearing out of Joe Biden, which is setting the tone as we go into November or whether it's what we're hearing from the Federal Reserve and that they have to keep up in rates to deal with inflation, which is going to send us into a more challenging economic spot. I would be the first to tell you, I don't think they have a choice at this point. Because they screwed up way back when, going back as far as two years ago, frankly, when they shouldn't have been printing as much when the administration was handing out stimulus checks. I mean, you just can't do that and not expect there to be some kind of consequence. It's the reason why I'm worried about the market right now. On the bright side on the bright side, hey, you know, for savers, you might actually have a shot at getting some kind of interest rate on your CD or your treasuries. I mean, hey, who would have thought? Anyway, there are a lot of challenges ahead and I suspect as we go into November right now. The Democrats do not really have a pitch. You'd want to be able to say, hey, you know, the economy's doing great. This, that, the other, they don't have a pitch. And so what they're going to continue is the narrative that you saw the other night, and somehow conservatives are dangerous. And I think a lot of conservatives feel very strongly that they're dangerous because of what they're saying. It's like we're doubling down on all the danger guys. You know what? You got to stop it. We've got to be able to have an actual civil dialog. And yet, you know, it makes me think that we're broken. We're just utterly broken as a society because you have politicians so desperate to get reelected. There's so much riding on it, and they don't care. I mean, they only care about themselves. They don't really care about the country. Let's be honest. They care about their tweets. They care about their 27 characters that are going to just be explosive enough to get their message across and get enough excitement. They're trying to get the base involved. That's what, that's what the other night was really about.
Minneapolis District 5 Is Home of Defund the Police
"Don't know if you're doing this. I hope you are. Although in the case of Elon Omar, she is so self destructive on her own you may not have to do this, but I beg Republican candidates. To remind people that when you vote for candidate X or Y or Z who is a Democrat, you are voting for the left, and the progressives and what they are doing to the country and to children into schools into the economy, it's not just Elon Omar. Is that part of your message? Absolutely. Being immune to her brand of identity politics, helping people understand that it is leftism that has completely hijacked liberals in this district. And so getting people to fully understand her voting record, getting people to fully understand that it is literally leftism that has this district on decline. The decision making that has suffered literally suffering under massive leadership failure because of progressive left policy. She has been as your word remarkably ineffective in being a leader and think about this. CD 5 congressional district 5 Minnesota right out of Minneapolis is absolutely ground zero for the defund the police mantra.
Racial Politics in a White District
"I am so curious, give me, if you would, the demographic makeup of district 5. Because I'm trying to picture who would vote for such an angry hate filled woman. Is it, is it an ethnic issue? Explain to me your district. I love this leadoff question. This is fantastic. And I love to, this is always surprising people. So CD 5, all the districts in Minnesota, 717 to 718,000 people. Congressional district 5 is 63 percent white. Okay? Somalis and blacks combined. Only make up 16% of the district. Okay? 16. 16. That's it. So we have 7% Somali community. The other 9% is the black community, correct? And then the rest is dispersed between other ethnicities. So this district unlike what most people think is not heavily Somali. That's not who voted her in. White progressives have voted Ilhan in. That's actually how she got in. White progressive guilt.
What the Heck Is Going on in Georgia? Richard Baris Explains
"I want to ask you Richard because we're going to go around the horn here. We'll kind of do this free form. But I am perplexed. Confused. Frustrated, irritated. Use other synonyms if you'd like with Georgia. What the heck is going on in Georgia? Why is Florida become more conservative and Georgia has not? What's going on? You know, Georgia is another interesting test case. I mean, you had a lot of Republicans, southern good old boys, you know, the establishment who relied on the goodwill of southern voters for years while they've never understood that economics is politics, right? So if you let in a mini tinseltown into Atlanta, you know, the surrounding suburbs may be humble. It depends what kind of industry those state governments chose to build up. And the truth is they built a professional class sector in that area of the state. And then also there's a growing Hispanic population, but it's still largely African American. Until Republicans start to make inroads with those voters like they have with Hispanic voters. Hey, then you have to win two thirds of the white vote. And it's always going to be close. You know, the bottom line is though, you know, I could tell you, you know, Charlie, I did pull Georgia. And I know that some people are seeing polls. They don't like, but Donald Trump was outperforming every Republican, including her show walker. And the rematch now, the national average is about Trump plus ten, you know, a month and a half ago when we pulled it for CD media, we had an 11 point lead for Donald Trump over Joe Biden. And this was this was a state that was like Trump plus two, you know? Even in the polling that we were doing, we did think he was going to carry the state of Georgia. And I think he did get rid of the sad, I want to get in trouble. But, you know, the bottom line is it was never Trump plus 11. Trump plus ten. So why is that? Trump does better with minorities than Republicans do. And
"cds" Discussed on WGN Radio
"WGN radio Motown wisely didn't release that. They did record it in 1968 and there's plenty of unreleased Motown CDs out there and Cleveland Dennis wanted to hear it. It's Martha and the vandella the sweet soul music AKA Motown music. All right, well proving that I'll do most anything for you. All right, so 888-876-5593. I say we do have slime from the checkout line. The national examiner has the funniest celebrity tombstones, actually most of them aren't too funny. But there are a couple that were good Mel Blanc, appropriately. The guy who did thousands of voices, whether it's Bugs Bunny or daffy duck or you name it, right? FogHorn leghorn. And the last words on his tombstone, or those that he declared many times as porky pig, that's all folks. And so it is 1908 to 1989. That was that was all. Jackie Gleason appropriately, and away we go. Yeah. And what do we have Rodney dangerfield? It fits. There goes the neighborhood. What else do we have? There were a couple that were, I thought, Billy Wilder. Yeah, taken from the final line of some like it hot. I'm a writer, but then again, nobody's perfect. Merv Griffith also appropriate. I will not be right back after this message. Buck Owen says his own mausoleum. It's called buck's place, and that fits. So there are many, but while I was reading that, it reminded me of an incident from my youth. My adopted dad was buried, and he was Bolivian, and he had two brothers in Bolivia, and he had one that was in Greece. And the one that was in Greece didn't speak a word of English near as I could say, or not many. And but apparently he knew one. I'll get to the and he decided he was coming over because he wanted to go to the graveyard. And so my mother and I took him and neither of us could really communicate with him very well. But so now it turned out that one of the graves next to my adopted dance was some woman who apparently had the nickname of pussycat. You probably know what's coming. And right across her big stone in large letters, it says pussycat, well, my father's brother, just started ranting, if you will. And I had no idea what the problem was. And neither did my mother. It was later that we found out that apparently he did understand the word pussycat and he thought that we had buried his brother in a pet sematary. And there was never a way to straighten this out. And I think he died a few years later. Yeah, probably a shock. But nonetheless, when I see a funniest celebrity tombstones, it always reminds me of pussycat. No idea who the woman was, but apparently that's what they felt should be in big block letters right there on the tombstone, so. Yeah, I think that I could probably top some of the stories in the examiner. And we also have Clint Eastwood's amazing private life who would care. Kate finally tells all, that's right. Settling the score after years of tears. Back to graveyards for a moment. You know, being from Los Angeles friends would come to visit and they know they want to see things. Like maybe they wanted to see the hotel figueroa or some cook was killed or, you know, whatever it was, they'd ask me to do things. And invariably, I would take them. And that being from there, I never would have found wolf's lair, which was, I don't know, Rudolph Valentino or someone's house. These are not the kind of things that I would have ever cared about. But nonetheless, I'm always happy to please when the out of towners are there. And yeah, so it was that a good friend of mine wanted to see big mama Thornton's grief because it was in Los Angeles and Inglewood. So we go to the cemetery and can't find it readily. And so we go into the office and as I'm looking for a grave. And they said, well, how can we help you? It's the last name is Thornton. And what was the first name and my friend says, big mama? Oh God, I'm just doomed. But nonetheless, we did find it. Yeah, we found several people that day, but yeah, big mama. All right, so let's see. We'll get to get to Jim in New Hampshire, who it's good he's there now because New Orleans is about a 100% humidity. It's liquid oxygen. So. You're not going back. I hear about it. You're not going back any time. Not at this point. Because knowing you, you'll spend your winters in New Hampshire and your summers into New Orleans. It just won't work out. Yes. All right. So, watch out. Oh, boy. Anyway, let's say something I was going to mention. Oh, yeah. That was an interesting sweet show units. Well, most argued that just terrible. Yeah, I would never know, no, no, no, no, I don't know. I take a Marshall's event. I think of come and get the user. Yeah, that was the best. That was the first thing she did and she never topped it. I thought that was just the best. Oh yeah, and that's a request of mine, by the way. Oh, okay. I'll be happy to do that. Get that arms worry. That is what that's another one that can work in the air back to my good old WVO endeavor. Just the best. And she had a couple other good things, but nothing as good as come get these memories. Oh, yeah. I love makes me beautiful. Absolutely. That would be in my top three as well. Oh, yeah. Oh yeah. Sure. Sure. And. Just now I did. I did. Honey child by that. All right. How are you? Yeah, yeah. Of course, I heard it on the big H, of course. I could never go wrong there. I'll tell you. Now, before come and get these memories, you know, they were backing up a Brenda Ben on the chaperone, which I thought was an excellent. Oh, wow. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, I did. And of course, in 64, dancing in the street was a good hour opener. So stations all across America played that because, you know, it was a great time. Oh yeah, you could you could count on that. Oh, yeah. Yes. Yeah. Absolutely. But yeah, I love makes you do foolish things was a great record. And my baby loves me in 66, I thought was a good record. Oh, that's another one. I remember riding down the road with my mom on and they were playing that one. Oh, man. That's such a strong record, even Barry Manilow couldn't ruin it. No, no.
Dr. Peter McCullough: Spike Proteins by Vaccines Could Be an Issue
"For a guy like me who's recently hopefully recovered from lymphoma I'm in remission now And my wife was an autoimmune disorder herself and lupus If that turns out to be the case and I understand some preliminary study you know you were very cautious in your approach to it as well But if it turns out that we are producing spike proteins long term What could that mean for people with autoimmune difficulties and people with various types of cancers blood cancers and immune system cancers I think it's going to be a matter of degree If it's one or two shots and it's echo cells and there isn't much passage to daughter cells this thing can in a sense burn itself out or be cleared out over time Bruce Patterson who leaves a company called Intel DX doing terrific work is formally professor at northwestern and Stanford He's actually shown in the respiratory illness that the spike protein is in the body a long time to end but up to 15 months in CD 16 positive monocytes And I did have him on my show and I asked him about what has he seen in vaccinated people And in fact he does have samples He's seen both the S one and the S two segment of the spike protein in humans after vaccination as long as he's observed them So for a month I asked him I said can you predict how long it's in the body He said probably over a year SARS CoV-2 the virus And then the spike protein installed in the body with vaccination It has a persistence in the body That's the reason why people feel bad There's a long COVID syndrome And I estimate is there any other infection that's similar to this He said yeah there is I said what is it He said Lyme disease Lyme disease does an install of the organism called borrelia bardia It takes forever to clear out lime That's the reason why people get this post lime syndrome So I think people who are immune deficient people with lymphoma they've had chemotherapy or radiation or they have other autoimmune illnesses This could be a
Blinken: No concessions in response to Russia on Ukraine
"The the the the USS USS USS USS CD CD CD CD is is is is not not not not budging budging budging budging over over over over Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's key key key key demands demands demands demands in in in in the the the the Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine stand stand stand stand off off off off Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow wants wants wants wants guarantees guarantees guarantees guarantees NATO NATO NATO NATO will will will will never never never never admit admit admit admit Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine and and and and other other other other ex ex ex ex Soviet Soviet Soviet Soviet nations nations nations nations as as as as members members members members plus plus plus plus assurances assurances assurances assurances the the the the alliance alliance alliance alliance will will will will roll roll roll roll back back back back some some some some troop troop troop troop deployments deployments deployments deployments those those those those are are are are all all all all non non non non starters starters starters starters for for for for the the the the US US US US and and and and its its its its allies allies allies allies and and and and in in in in a a a a written written written written response response response response to to to to the the the the demands demands demands demands there there there there is is is is no no no no change change change change there there there there will will will will be be be be no no no no change change change change secretary secretary secretary secretary of of of of state state state state Antony Antony Antony Antony Blinken Blinken Blinken Blinken says says says says Washington Washington Washington Washington has has has has made made made made clear clear clear clear its its its its core core core core principles principles principles principles and and and and that that that that we we we we will will will will defend defend defend defend one one one one way way way way or or or or the the the the other other other other Russia Russia Russia Russia had had had had warned warned warned warned it it it it would would would would retaliate retaliate retaliate retaliate if if if if the the the the demands demands demands demands were were were were rejected rejected rejected rejected at at at at the the the the same same same same time time time time it's it's it's it's top top top top diplomat diplomat diplomat diplomat is is is is mocking mocking mocking mocking fears fears fears fears that that that that a a a a Russian Russian Russian Russian invasion invasion invasion invasion of of of of Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine is is is is imminent imminent imminent imminent Sager Sager Sager Sager made made made made Ghani Ghani Ghani Ghani Washington Washington Washington Washington
Pope slips out of Vatican to visit record shop, gets CD
"Pope pope Francis Francis has has slipped slipped out out of of the the Vatican Vatican to to visit visit a a record record shop shop it's it's not not the the pope pope Francis Francis grew grew up up listening listening to to the the opera opera on on the the radio radio he's he's a a fan fan of of Argentine Argentine tango tango thinks thinks most most sought sought lifts lifts you you to to god god but but it it still still comes comes as as quite quite a a shock shock to to see see the the eighty eighty five five year year old old pontiff pontiff coming coming out out of of a a downtown downtown Rome Rome record record shop shop later later on on Tuesday Tuesday with with the the CD CD in in hand hand he's he's announced announced that that it it was was caught caught on on camera camera by by a a Vatican Vatican reporter reporter who who happened happened to to be be nearby nearby Francis Francis had had slipped slipped inside inside who who stayed stayed for for about about twelve twelve minutes minutes checking checking with with the the owners owners he he didn't didn't buy buy anything anything the the goal goal given given a a CD CD of of classical classical music music instead instead I'm I'm Charles Charles Taylor Taylor that's that's what what
Do the Kids Today Know and Love Sinatra? Caller Sven Says 'Yes!'
"Anthony summers and Robin swan in Ireland, authors of this new biography of Frank Sinatra Sinatra the life published by knopf. One thing you can always say about the site from that they often publish wonderful books is that they are the finest paper, most beautiful layout that as one has been published in a number of times I really appreciate that. Ah, we're talking about Frank Sinatra, and I want to take a couple of calls. I really obviously want to devote the time to you the authors, but it is interesting to me. How quickly the lines lit up when I said if you're under 33 and you love Sinatra. And I have to believe that the speed with which they lit up says something. Here's a 15 year old in Diamond Bar, California 16 year old Sven hello Sven. Hi, Dennis. Yes. Go ahead. Yeah. I'm 16 years old and I was in power records, I think one time and the little listening station things that they have in there. I put on the headphones and there was a Franks and opt for CD playing and I just listened and it kind of drew me in because it really sounded cool and it was just something that I really enjoyed listening to and I like kind of the jazz ear songs. It was all just really good music do you have the UF Friends your age who likes Sinatra? Yeah, actually, I've got about three or four of my friends and I had them. I bought one of the CDs and they were listening to it, I think we were in the car driving somewhere. And they all listened to it. And they thought it was really cool
Elliott, Cowboys get back on track with 43-3 rout of Falcons
"Ezekiel Elliott ran for two touchdowns and caught another from dak Prescott is the cowboys crush the falcons forty four three the Shawn Wright recovered a blocked punt for a score Prescott was twenty four of thirty one for two hundred ninety six yards and two scores to CD lamb he also ran for a TD before sitting out the fourth quarter lamb had old ninety four of his receiving yards by halftime Matt Ryan finished with a twenty one point four rating going nine of twenty one for one hundred seventeen yards Dallas is seventy two following its seventh win in eight games Atlanta is four and five I'm the ferry
Social Democrats narrowly beat Angela Merkel's alliance in historic German election
"Social democrat. Party in germany narrowly won. Sunday's national election projected results showed and claimed a clear mandate to lead a government for the first time since two thousand five and to end sixteen years of conservative-led rule under angela. Merckel the left. Social democrats were untracked for twenty six percent of the vote ahead of twenty four and a half percent for merckel cd. Ucs you conservative bloc but both groups believed they could lead the next government with need major block. Commanding majority in both reluctance repeats their awkward grand coalition of the past. Four years. Most likely outcome is a three way. Alliance led by either the social democrats or merkel's conservatives agreeing new coalition could take months and will likely involve the smaller greens and liberal free democrats. We are ahead in all the surveys. Now the social democrats chancellor candidate olaf scholz said in a round table discussion with other candidates after the vote. The spd's rise heralds a swing left for germany and marks a remarkable comeback for the party which has recovered some ten points in support in just three months to improve on its twenty and a half percent results in the 2017. National election schultz his conservative rival on in lash. It signaled his blog was not ready yet to concede though his supporters was subdued. It hasn't always been the first place party that provided the chancellor lash told the roundtable i want to government where every partner is involved where everyone is visible not one where only the chancellor gets to shine. He said in an early attempts to woo. Smaller parties attention will now shifts to informal discussions followed by more formal coalition negotiations. Which could take months leaving. Angela merkel in charge in a cadillac rome.
Caller Recommends Everyone Reads 'American Marxism' Without Emotion, for Pure Facts
"I would like to tell you that I do have your book most definitely And it is absolutely in incredible I am enjoying it so much I read the book I also bought the CD and I listen in my car and I go back and I read over it and I go back and I listen in my car it's going to take me a while to get completely through it But I am finally having some confidence to debate some of the issues with some of the liberal people I know And it has made such a difference I do have a friend on Facebook and a liberal and I had just had enough And I said listen I challenge anyone reading this post to buy Mark Levin's American Marxism Read it without emotion just the intellectual about it Look at the fact and then we can talk about it There is no way someone after reading this book on emotionally I hate Trump out of it There's no way anyone in their right mind could not see what is going
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Wet Notes - 9-13-21
"This is wet notes here on scuba shock radio from monday september thirteenth. Two thousand twenty one first up today is in another idea for diving with a purpose in one of the most recent newsletters from the coral restoration foundation the coral chronicles. There was a report that cr f. is teaming up with the atlantis. Dive resort in douma getty to offer a unique opportunity to participate in a week long program at the result in helping them build and maintain the largest coral nursery endowing. Actually the town where. Atlantis is located. The program is being sponsored by the coral restoration foundation. The loveland living planet aquarium and the meat foundation. The program runs from september twenty fourth to october. First two thousand twenty two there are planned educational sessions on coral ecology along with restoration efforts and techniques. You also conduct restoration. Dives along with some fun dies. This sounds really fascinating. One of the pictures into newsletter showed the table coral at apo island. I vividly remember that area when we dove air in two thousand nineteen there wasn't any pricing available in the article and you'll have to contact the hotel directly if you have the time and desire to dive with a purpose check out this program and market on your calendar. Long time ago. Donna and i lived in hawaii that was in the mid nineteen eighties. At that time we got to experience. What was probably one of the first while in walls in honolulu. If you're not familiar with wilem walls you can check them out. The wall was a large mural of the humpback whale on the side of a building near waikiki. It was quite impressive. Well it might not be a while and wall but if you happen to be near brant rock in mansfield massachusetts you can catch a the view of a mural of a large shark painted on the side of an old restaurant according to wicked local dot com. The mural was painted by a local artist. Shane leonard. Shane was a former football player at boston college. Who has a passion for painting and a passion for sharks. Now the muros on the side of the former arthur and patch restaurant that closed back in two thousand fifteen. The shark faces divers as they head down ocean street which is a one way street. So you can't miss it say. Shane says he likes the way shark. Show emotion. the photo is pretty impressive. there's no guarantee that the building won't be torn down. Now that is unoccupied but according to shane. Even if it doesn't survive it was worth doing so if you happen to be near mansfield mass check out the shark mural on ocean street about a month ago. Patio wear foundation announced their fourth annual aware week. Now this year it will run from september. Eighteenth through september twenty six two thousand and twenty one the whole idea behind aware week is to empower the global dive community to lead or take part in conservation activities in courses focused on local action for global impact in the past aware has focused on two elements marine debris and vulnerable marine species this year in concert with patties blueprint for ocean action. They're adding three more components. Climate change marine protected areas and coral reefs. Some of the ways. That dive shops can participate or by conducting aware classes like dive against debris coral conservation or the aware specialty. Also like us. You can become a one hundred percent aware dive centre where you provide a monthly contribution in support of the patty certifications you award. We are very proud to be one hundred percent aware. But here's something that. Patty aware foundation needs to work on. We need more notice as to win. Aware week is happening. I wasn't sure what was happening this year and our calendar filled up and we weren't able to get things scheduled as i mentioned at the top of the show. We've already created are twenty twenty two calendar and it would be nice to know when aware week twenty twenty two is happening. I also mentioned at the top to show that the re photo contest results were in and that i didn't win while scuba diving magazine. Magazine's two thousand and twenty one through the lens contest is also complete. The winners were recently released at scuba diving. Dot com and the photos will be revealed in september october special photo issue. They received one thousand seven hundred and nineteen photos from around the world. The contest categories included behavior compact camera macro and wide angle. The entries were judged on beauty originality and unique encounters. I check them out and they are spectacular. I only wish. I had the talent impatience to do that kind of work. Now if you wanna get a jump onto twenty twenty two contests they will start accepting entries january third two thousand twenty two and you can submit your photos through may thirty first two thousand and twenty two and finally we recently received our two thousand twenty two aqualung buyer's guide along with information on all the new products coming down from aqualung apex. So i thought. I'd give you a little preview on what's on the horizon. I from aqualung. They are releasing a new regulator the helix pro and the helix it looks like the helix pro is a mid range regular and i think it's replacing their core. It is a balanced first and second stage in his environmentally sealed with four low pressure ports and two high pressure ports. It was built for cold water and has the automatic closure device or a cd. lower end. helix is not environmentally sealed. And it doesn't have a cd and it's designed for warmer water. Also coming out in two thousand and twenty two is their new. Aqua fluck aqua flex men and aqua flex woman wetsuits. I think it's a redesign of their tried and true. Aqua flex line they also have a two millimeter. Free flex wetsuit now. The i one hundred computers going to come in a new color yellow and speaking of colors. They've added a number of different colors to various products including something called sand petrol red and orange as for eight packs. They also have a new regulator the xl four osha and it is billed as a totally sustainable regulator bay from post consumer waste it comes in grey or mint with some great etching. On the first stage. I suspect it's just like the xl four plus being an overbalanced diaphragm regulator with two hp and four l. p. ports. It looks pretty. Sharp and apex is releasing a new dive computer to the sx. It will be program can program up to six gases and monitor six transmitters. The has a titanium basil making it lightweight endurable but also has a color display. There's something more that require. Some more research It says it has in oh to analyze or onboard. But no to sell gotta check that out a little bit. There's a lot more out there and over time. I'll give you more updates from both aqualung and apex. Well that wraps up wet notes. Here on scuba shock. Radio for monday september thirteenth. Two thousand twenty one
Tom Brady Leads Game-Winning Drive in Thrilling Opening Night Victory Over Cowboys
"What a classic we had last night. In case you're just joining us. Pick it up with a food. Quarter highlights of a thrilling opener between tom. Brady's buccaneers and dak prescott cowboys crunched on two minutes left for back down by two prescott. Cd land big play. Thirty one yards at huge cowboys in business. A minute half left greg's airline had already missed two field goals and an extra point but under the watchful eye of jerry jones. This forty eight yard is up and clutch and good in dallas up twenty nine twenty eight but they left too much time on the clock for the go. Look at the expression on. The face of tom brady. Who knew what it was gonna do. Brady grant gronk catch touchdown catches on the night and this twenty our game to put them in business and then the big play just moments later to chris. This is the one we discussed off the top of the show. If you're just joining us not one. Member of our crew here has an issue with that. Not being cold offensive pass interference. You take another look. Is there left arm extension. Yes there is call could have gone either way. It doesn't draw the flag and so tampa sets up this wyan suck up a thirty six yard game. Winning field goal and tampa takes it. Thirty one twenty nine made an absolute classic that prescott threw for four hundred three yards and three touchdowns. Tom brady threw for three hundred. Seventy nine yards and four
MorningStar Ministries' Chris Reed's Prophetic Dream Ties Biden's Election Win with Chinese Collusion
"Talking to my friend. Chris read with morningstar ministries. So chris you told us about the first thing july twenty third. You had a dream. It's extraordinary You had this before. There are any reports of taliban talking to the chinese before any reports of the taleban taking over afghanistan. But after that. There's a second piece to this so give us the second piece where you see biden meeting with With the chinese give details. When did that happen for you that you saw so it was actually an august. Sixteenth just happened my hikes birthday and it was right about the time. When the taliban assumed control of afghanistan it was three weeks after My dream my dream have already shared. Will that night. I went to bed and I had this dream where. I was watching this meeting in the i remember. Somehow i knew in the dream was before the twenty twenty election presidential election and in this three my cd's darkened windows. And but somehow i'm able to see in styled the room and it is joe biden sitting with his campaign lawyers were campaign representatives. That was what i understood across the table were the chinese government representatives and. I knew that they were talking back and forth. It was almost like a negotiation or talking going on and the next thing. I notice in the dream. This stood out to me is biden. Got up out of the chair in went out of the room so the next part. He wasn't in the room to hear this. But i somehow understand what is being said between the chinese government reps and the biden campaign reps and basically was what was said. The chinese government rep said. We will help you with twenty twenty election. If you will in turn gives us afghanistan so i mean in our wake up and i'm like oh my gosh i mean the first thing that can my mind was quid-pro-quo right the very thing. The accused trump of in two thousand sixteen with russia. This is what. I literally saw my dream. But it was biden's campaign slash rap slash lawyers talking with chinese government
T. Rex Was a 'Foodie,' Scientists Find
"There was a paper that came out recently called complex neuro vascular system in the dentistry of tyrannosaurus and it was published in historical biology by so chiro koby and sochi tori. And it's around how t. Rex may have had a sensitive tip of its snout like that displayed. A source horny yet but the headlines were more about it being a foodie or a picky eater. Where's the display a source. One was like it was a tender lover. It it's a really interesting. The two different headline types. There's a lot of reasons. It would be useful to have a sensitive snout so to kind of summit up. I liked the way the new york times article. Put it quote. T. rex to eat blindly and basically t rex had these complex nerves and the tip of the jaw may have been sensitive and that would have helped. Tell the difference between soft tissue and other parts of the meat. It was eating so then. If it was available it could choose to eat the soft parts interesting. Which is why people were talking about being foodie. So what the others did was they. Cat scan a left mandible or job. t rex. It was an immature specimen. That was found in the hell creek formation. And they also. Cd scanned some other orna. Fisken's like triceratops montessori fuqua stores and they looked at extent crocodilians and birds and what they were doing was they were looking at the neuro vascular canal. That's this combination of where small blood vessels and nerves collagen fibers and sells stored fat. Were and in t. Rex the neuro vascular canal in the dentistry has this complex branching pattern actually similar to extend crocodiles and what they said were. Tactile foraging birds on his which are also known as ducks. Kind of interesting to think of t. Rex being similar to a duck So they assumed that the upper job t. rex had a similar
Social Security reserve pressure
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"cds" Discussed on Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin
"Dude. Sadly it's mostly dudes who act as the puppeteer of the fund picking. What's in it. A spend a lot of time researching the perfect mortgage board of offerings. But it's all a lot of hot air once you dig into the data. Today's listener is looking into a mutual fund. That made promises a very high returns. Now i would take an extra close look at how they are crunching those numbers ten to eighteen percent. That's a lot so don't shy away from asking a ton of questions about what that actually means asking for clarification doesn't mean you're helpless in fact it's the lifeline that will protect you from finance bros. Who don't have your best interest heart. But i do if you do all the research though and you decide to go with a mutual fund. I'd make sure you're taking into account taxes. Every quarter mutual funds pay dividends that are taxed at the end of the year since mutual funds are designed to set it up and forget it. My suggestion is to keep these long term dividend paying investments growing inside tax deferred accounts like a 401k. An ira a defined benefit plan an annuity and so on so that you're letting them compound in tax free environment or a future tax free environment in the case of roths to minimize the blow for today's tip. You can take straight to. The bank. Wants your cd has matured diversified that money re up on a new cd and that's your safe investment but then play around with something that has a little higher risk and reward like index funds. Now i know you mentioned there is a two hundred fifty dollar fee. That's an initial fee. Which is a really esteemed fee. Still i would just make sure that is the only feed. You're going to incur. My guess is that it's not. I don't wanna completely knock mutual funds if you're choosing between a mutual fund and putting your money under a mattress i would go with the mutual fund every day and twice on sunday. But if you're choosing between a mutual fund and another kind of sophisticated investment. I would take a super close look at the types of fees that are involved in both. They might look really small right now but the more money you put in that is much more money in fees money. Rehab is a production of iheartmedia. i'm your host nicole. Lapin our producers are morgan lavoix and catherine law money. Rehab is edited an engineered by brandon decker with help from josh fisher executive producers are man gashed editor and will pearson huge thanks to the. Oh gee money rehab supervising producer. Michelle lamb for her pre production and development work and as always thanks to you for finally investing in yourself so that you can get it together and get it all. What if you could get thirty dollars after joining a better broker. You can with 'em one finance once you're approved and deposit thousand dollars in your account and one. Let's easily manager finances and invest. How you want for free. I'd say it's a million dollar idea but that's under selling it visit 'em one finance dot com flashing money from have to learn more. That's m the number one financed dot com slash money rehab terms and conditions apply investing involves risk including risk of loss and one financing member. Finra sipc some kids are born bookworm worms while others need a boost. Get your kids reading and loving it with epoch. The leading digital library for kids with epoch kids can access over forty thousand popular and bestselling books plus fun videos audiobooks anytime anywhere from deep sea adventures to magical unicorns to outer space journeys. Whatever they love epic has it. All plus epoch grows with your child they'll get personalized recommendations that evolved with their interests and skills over time visit debt. Epic dot com slash. Iheart today for one. Free month of epic unlimited. That's get epic dot com slash iheart. Hey guys it's tori and an isa and we have some intel that we think you're going to want to hear. A new era of the challenge has arrived. The challenge spies lies in allies is coming to mtv with more international challengers than ever before and we lived to tell the tale. We just got back from filming and we are so excited to give you guys the inside scoop on every single episode right here on. Mtv's official challenged podcast all the intensity all the drama all the international espionage. You don't wanna miss this. Listen to. mtv's official challenge podcasts. On the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts..
"cds" Discussed on Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin
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I am pumped to dig into today's listener question because it deals with two really important topics that we haven't gotten to cover yet in our one hundred plus episodes of the best podcast in all the land. That is this one of course today. We're talking about cds and mutual funds. And i'll let today's money. Rehab are taken away nicole. I have a cd right now. It's about three point five percent. Ap y and it's about expire and unfortunately that raise no longer available. And i really considering rolling that money to a mutual fund. What are your thoughts on. Mutual funds the mutual fund. That i am considering is with my credit union. There's a five thousand dollar minimum and a five percent fee. Every time i make a deposit so for my very first deposit. I will lose two hundred fifty dollars. The return rate is supposed to be really good the average return rate for this particular mutual findings about ten to eighteen percent for the first year. So i just wanted to know. What are your thoughts. Do you think it's worth me rolling my money into a mutual finder. Do you think. I should just set up another cd before we dig into an answer. Let's give a little background to those listeners. Who haven't had to think about cds since the first generation ipod came out soon. No we're not talking about those. Cd's we're talking about certificates of deposit. Certificates of deposit are investment vehicles. Where you lock up your money for a certain period of time. Maybe it's three months six months nine twelve months or years even up to ten years you pinky swear that you won't touch the money at all and in exchange you got a slightly better rate than other savings vehicles when you go to take it out and the longer you leave your money in a cd the more interest you get now if you break that pinky promise or if you take the money out earlier than the maturity date you'll face a penalty. Many cd's will charge a penalty of six months interest. If you take your money out early so while these are great ways to make some extra money you need to be able to handle an emergency without solely relying on those funds. There are liquid or no penalty cds out there that will not penalize you for early withdrawal but they also come with a lower rate of return while cds are typically considered pretty straightforward investments. There are three interesting flavors to consider number one market linked cds. This of cd tracks the market. So you don't have a fixed rate of return. If the market goes up you could make more than you would with a conventional cd but if the market goes down you won't market linked cds have longer terms think years instead of months and even higher penalties. If you take the money out early meaning that once you stash your cash in there. It's going to be tied up for a while. They are also taxed at higher rates than regular cds. Plus you have to declare interest each year of the term not at maturity so you may be paying tax before you even take money out of them still if you want. Some market exposure without the risk of losing your initial investment market linked. Cds might be a good option for you number. Two brokered cds. These are offered by some broker. Middle man or middle woman who buys cds in bulk for sweet rates and then sells them to institutions and individual investors. These can be bought or sold on a secondary market before their maturity date but the rules are much more complicated. So if you wanna go. This route definitely discuss it with your financial adviser. I number three jim. Those cds these require at least a hundred thousand dollars as an initial deposit but offer a much higher rate of return dream. Big folks one word of caution. Some cd's go into auto renewal mode automatically signing you up for another cd when the term is over. Luckily you already know the best way to avoid that pitfall of for set up a calendar reminder for the day before your cd term ends to withdraw your money or re up the term on your terms. How do i feel about cds. Generally well just like. I wouldn't put one hundred percent of your emergency fund in a high yield savings account. I wouldn't put all of it in a cd either but they are a good option for keeping your principle safe while giving you some additional bang for your buck now. Let's talk about the other option. Our money reliever is considering mutual funds. A mutual fund is kind of what it sounds like. It's a company that pools money in from investors and then invested in hodgepodge of things like stocks and bonds. And so on. There's a lot of hype around mutual funds right now but like today's money. Rehab are mentioned. There are fees boy. Oh boy there are. Fees mutual fund fees are a special breed of fees. Folks they are higher than most other vehicles now it would be one thing if mutual funds were the best investment on the planet. Maybe then i wouldn't need to specifically shame them or maybe just maybe then their fees would be worth it but unfortunately they are not and far from it. Nearly all ninety. Six percent of actively managed mutual funds. Don't beat the market. That's right these are the ones that are rated on morning star the most popular service for evaluating mutual funds on morningstar. You can read all about the track record of the.
How to Get Approved For A CBD Merchant Account
"Couple of things that i just want to. Mention is the basics of getting approved. So you've built your shop. Five store You know you or or whatever whatever back and you decided to go. But a lot of people use shop affi- and then you've you know you have your skews ready and your manufacturing in your fulfilment so those things you know. I'm just going to kind of push into the of assuming that you you've you've done that in you're ready to go on that end And those are very good first. Step so congratulations on getting to that point in your business because that's necessary in order to start a looking for payment processing solution The important thing that you have to keep in mind is what are you selling are you selling. Cbd are you selling hemp based Skin-care are you selling buds or flowers or other products. Whatever the case is you have to make sure You know you limit the the amount of skews that you have so a lot of merchants kind of go into the mistake of having this like blanketed store with a whole bunch of different products Apply for a merchant account and everybody says no. The one thing you have to keep in mind is that every bank in every payment processor may have a certain section of cbd or cd based products that they're willing to support for example some merchant processes are very good with cbd but they won't do anything skin-care related so they like the adjustable they don't want the skin-care others are fine with the skin care but not with the buds or the flowers or whatever the case is so you have to keep in mind that you know focus on what you think is going to be your biggest seller. The important thing is to get your business off the ground so even you know. Having ten twenty products is going to be difficult to You know to to to continue. Because you're not going to be able to process or you're not gonna be profitable on each skew. Read from the beginning. So pick your one or two best cus- focus on those ga- payment processing on those and then you know you can scale from there and add more products and get more payment processing once you kind of understand How how it all
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"cds" Discussed on Clark Howard Show
"Cd's our notes now need to explain something to you. Category one or offers of higher interest rates that are what are known as promissory notes. They are not fdic insured. It would be like Krista will you give me ten thousand dollars. And i'll pay you five percent on it totally that's a promissory note where an organization usually a company will say. Yeah we're gonna pay you. You essentially lend us money. We're gonna pay you this. What stands behind it nothing just my promise that krista you're gonna give me that money i'm gonna pay you the interest and pay you back. You know you're good for it. But what if. I didn't what if i weld strong. You're out your money and there's no fdic insurance if when should be really aware a lotta people star for return on their money or getting taken in these promissory notes particularly older americans who are trying to get their savings to stretch. I have been very vulnerable to these. Then the second pitch out there that is geared to people principally forty and over his way. You'll see an ad online or in a physical newspaper saying six months. Cd one year cd. Two and a half percent three percent. Whatever in an era where. You're lucky if you squeeze out half a percent or so from a cd of that term length and yes. These are fdic shirt. And so you're like. Wow what could go wrong okay. So here's the real story. So these cds or being done in a deal with annuity sales people and a lotta times. Small banks and so the annuity sales person is paying the bank. The money to pay you the two and a half or three percent interest for six months or a year. Why because the newest salesperson now knows who you are. They know how much money you have. And they just by their time because six months or a year later. It's going to be time to renew that cd and is gonna go from two and a half or three percent down to a quarter of a percent or half a percent or something like that. That's when the annuity salesperson pounces. Because they know you got hey they put two hundred thousand dollars in the cd. I know because. I had to pay the interest for them. They got but now. I got this qualified lead. Sink my teeth into them and i'm going to rip them off to the end of the earth selling them a piece of garbage high commission. Hi fi awful terrible rotten gross. Annuity that i'm going to sell them and i'm gonna make a fortune off of them and they're going to be chopped liver so no that when you see those offers for those higher cd rates.
"cds" Discussed on Clark Howard Show
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"cds" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Weathering a combination of wildfires smoke from those fires and now power blackouts. This after a holiday weekend marked by record breaking heat. Lily Jamali is a correspondent and co host of CDs. The California report. She joins us now and Lily. There are currently 25 major wildfires in California. Among the largest is the one burning east of the state's Central Valley. How fast is that one growing? That's exactly right. The creek fire in the Sierra Nevada mountains near the city of Fresno has been burning since Friday, and in just the last day it has doubled in size to about 144,000 acres. It's already destroyed some homes. It's forced evacuations. Erin Byers is a bulldozer operator working that fire he spoke with my colleague Alex Hall. We have a tender box up here. The whole Sierra Nevada's has robbed timber in it, and it just makes like a match. All that rotten timber is a legacy of California's drought in the last decade, and that's part of why California's fire seasons are growing worse by the year and no one Has ever seen one quite like this one as that creek. Fire continues to burn. I understand. People are still trying to make it to safer ground. That's right this weekend. You might remember that about 200 people had to be airlifted to safety by helicopter after the fire threatened their escape route will today, the state National Guard said. Helicopter crews have evacuated around three dozen more people. And now at the same time, California's air facing power blackouts on two different fronts who is losing power? Yeah, well in the last few weeks, we've had record breaking heat out here, which has put a lot of pressure on the state's electrical grid. So we've been asked to collectively conserve energy to ensure that the grid doesn't crash. But overnight for the first time this year, hundreds of thousands of Californians are experiencing not just the threat of blackouts but actual loss of power. Because the largest utility here PG any worries that its power lines might spark a fire, which it has in the past. We have high winds in the forecast that could make a fire quickly turned catastrophic, and some of those who lost electricity are in California Wine country. Here's Sonoma County Supervisor Linda Hopkins at the end of the day. Putting on the lake for thousands and thousands of customers and not an effective way of mitigating wildfire is unfortunately likely contend great concerns as it pertains to while She's referring thereto having to evacuate during a power shut off during a pandemic. No less. People rely on telecom equipment to learn if authorities need them to head to safer ground. Anything that could endanger those communications. Khun B. A problem and authorities are asking people to stay on alert because so much of California is under a red flag warning for continued extreme fire behavior through tomorrow. That is Lily Jamali. Thanks, Lily. Thank you. A group of public housing residents in Copenhagen is suing the Danish government over a new law that could result in thousands of evictions and that they say is rooted in discrimination. The lawsuit comes as the country grapples with questions about its own racism In light of global protests. Cissel over guard reports, Asif Mehmood moved to the marina parking neighborhood in Copenhagen back in 1994 when he says no ethnic Danes wanted to live here in this area. This was a very empty and locked off. Bad things are happening in this area Before. Now, he stands on his small balcony and points across the street to an area hidden behind a row of trees. You can't see it now. But it's a football and then we have a son Park just down to the station. It's a very, very nice area clean and a lot of people a lot ofthe life. Mehmood raised three daughters here now are working or in school. Then, two years ago, he got a call from a journalist last look prime minister and his party. They're coming to Mila Park, and they have to present a new law. That was the first, Mehmood and his neighbours had heard about what the Danish government officially called the ghetto package. A sweeping plan passed by the last government but supported by the current one to rid the country of these so called ghettos by 2030 and the first line In this law. It indicates that this is discrimination. The government recognizes many vulnerable areas in Denmark, where residents income and education levels are low and unemployment and criminal activity is high. But the plan for forced redevelopment and relocation on Lee applies to those three authorities call ghettos. And what distinguishes them says the government is that at least half of the residents are so called immigrants or descendants from non Western countries. It's because name moods building is in a ghetto that it's slated to be emptied and sold in an effort to desegregate the area. Men would admits There are problems here. But he says, if integration is the goal, there are better ways to go about it. If 50 people are not obeying the law, how is it sensible? To throw 500 people out like Mehmood urban ethnographer. Many Hassani believes that what's really going on here is gentrification at the expense of Denmark's most marginalized. We're not looking at public housing and mainly white working class. Communities were looking at men of heart that's a bike right away from central Copenhagen. Why are these immigrants and refugees allowed Tio hold such a valuable real estate, she says. Even the label non Western immigrant is part of a systemic mothering of black brown and Muslim people in Denmark. It continues for generations. A refugee who's been here for 10 years and me who's been here for like my family's been here for 50 were in the category of non Western immigrants and descendants. You see how it's just like a very easy caviar. You don't have to use ugly racialized terms. And that she says, is important for Danes who prefer to see themselves as color blind. The ideal here is still that we are You know, we're post racial. Denmark is a post racial country were progressively liberal. We don't see race. We don't see your color. And yet there are plenty of examples of racism and discrimination in Denmark. One recent study found that people with Middle Eastern sounding names had to send 52% more applications to land an interview. And similarly qualified candidates with Danish sounding names. Pia Care Score, co founder of the anti immigrant Danish People's Party, told Parliament that isn't surprising, Secluded forest reinforced it if you're called Aisha than you might imagine an employer thinking does she wear a headscarf? Will she pray? Five times a day? What will I do if she becomes radicalized? Is that racism? You know? I really don't think it is thinking like this may help.
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"Read the transcript or listen to collapse when you get home. Check out the APP at a bridge DOT com. R.. G. E. DOT COM or download it on the apple APP store or Google play store. Record. Your healthcare conversations. Let me know how it went. So add my mind that that Strategic Planning Group for ARC. And it's met several times. In one of the things that I found myself saying last week when we had a half day session. was that. The that there's such a mismatch to me of. The questions people have. So now, I'm thinking in the covid world because that's what we're all like up to our eyeballs then when when. We look at the evidence that's out there. There's a mismatch between the questions that people have as they're trying to manage the uncertainty. Of Life in Covid and there's very little evidence out there to help answer the questions. And it makes me think that I find in this space is that we start with the evidence and then we think about computerizing it. Rather than these are the questions people have, how can the technology help us get to? Faster more equitable access to evidence informed guidance so that people can make. Decisions about testing, about? School about. Whatever so how you know? What do you think of that like? Big Big questions you know it's it's interesting because I. I think you're right. You know. With. Cova, just sort of brings. All to the four it's just right in front of us. This sort of this mismatch between the amount of the evidence you need and the other hand. You know it's a question that's existed for a long time. They don't think they're ever. Is a timer that all the evidence we need. Is All there at all the time when we need. Some ways it's an angel question, but it just seems more important our more pressing. From my perspective I think you you also not it it's. It's really about how to get those learning cycles faster so That's good put yes. How do you generate evidence and put into form the folks in US and get it back to the people who are making decisions around whether you're a patient for A. Clinical decisions designer whether you're healthcare system either I think that that's where I think a lot of what we talked about around. Around systems and infrastructure can help because you're trying to make those those learning cycles, patches, call it health care system learning healthcare environments, or what have you. Also think that that's also possessive the space where need patient and caregiver implement because in that space of of of lack of certainty that's where you need people to come together and to recognize where those gaps are and really the absence of adequate evidence that that that that. Share decision making really needs to happen but overall I think it's it's how how do we get funding cycles faster? Yeah. So. So Lacey. By Ben, you know two or three years working with CDs connect. And? One of the reasons I do it is that I think this business of a repository of ready access for people to the evidence that that's out there is really import. But when I talk to people about it. Oh man it is so hard to get a hook. I mean when I talk to people, I mean NOT CLINICIANS NOT INFORMATICA cysts but people who are. Very involved with research, in fact, I have an interview scheduled next week with somebody who's really involved in the Ms Community She is on the board of an MS, research? Organization? I wanted to interview her. And I had to like really talker into. Doing it because she felt like when I i. so I sent her you know some previous work I've done about sixty s connect. I sent her to the website. And she was like why you know like what? So. So I'm not like saying that as criticism, but actually I am in the sense of of. That We haven't. We need to do to step of why this is important. and. That link were just talking about that that it answers questions people have. And so I can't remember Ed. You might remember better than me, but there was the one maybe it was last year was it was about the preventative guidelines and which you'd think like that would be stopped that people could zero right in on its. Accessing the preventative guidelines for your eyeball deepen this stuff. Will even with clinicians like how how does? CBS connect this having a repository of guidelines. How does that serve clinicians like the day-to-day clinicians? Not the HR develop burs, not the APP developers but people who are like the clinicians who are working to make decisions with people how does how does see serve them CDs connect? Yes. I'll carry on with the the big questions and we said earlier on about the honest feedback and I'll give you an honest answer that I'm not sure if we're there yet I don't know if we're there yet in the sense that. This is all CIS even in general. Let alone the CDs connect project is quite new. It's it's a new field in many ways, and before working with the clinical decision support space I worked with quality measures which is. What I consider a slightly older space but is similarly fraught with challenges of so what? What's the impact and how's it impacting this individual person and I think that? What's really exciting about clinical decision support is that we're looking to pull in the technology and we're trying to. Actively. Engage. What we've been able to bill just as a society with our access s in the way, we can share data and we're trying desperately.
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"In with that frame of mind that said, look, I'm going to listen and I keep my processes or whatever. I'm trying to do a flexible enough to hear what people have to say and to be able to absorb that meaningful way just give yourself that ability your freedom. Honestly to listen from the perspective of folks you're not necessarily the bubble at safe from a patient activist side I'm. For. Me I don't think I mean yes it would be nice. If if folks knew all the acronyms already or new, we're talking about terms of clinical clinical decisions before. But another hand I often encourage folks just to tell us what's on your mind and you'll have to necessarily know the space to contribute something meaningful in. It's often when you don't think something's meaningful that it actually is and so that's the part of votes in the ruined just quiet and listen. Able to absorb that. From. The perspective of of CDs designers I think the challenge there encountered as is all got deadlines, project deadlines and contract deadlines and grant deadlines and so forth. So I think being able to listen and synthesize incorporate something actionable and to be able to show. Your patient activists or a group of people that you listen to them. I, think is is a challenge because you wanna actually do something meaningful with with that input son always clear what those things are. Lacey one of the things that's interesting to me having worked with Mitre. I led some HR implementation initiatives and I realize the importance of having a clean and sound database or databases before you start trying to implement something to one of the things that I learned working with Mitre on several projects over the last few years is. How much work it is to do some of the simple as like what seems to me I just WanNa wave, my magic wand, and why can't we do this and I hear people say now like in the activist world. They should be able to whatever and from working with Mitre. What I've been able to say, do you know how heart bet is to actually do? What's been your experience with? Your all desire to have. The technology accomplished something and how much work it is to actually move at like six inches if now one. Yes. I. I would like to say wait what are you talking about but but I know what you're talking about. I'll build onto ED's. Comments about you know the listening and coming in and. Potentially not being able to act on what we hear in those types of things probably pull on this thread throughout it's kind of the level that we're operating at. Right. So if we were at a national level than we have lots of extra things that we have to incrementally get through that in a perfect world, we'd be able to say you know easy it's done and then be able to move on and that's the kind of staying back. Sort of decision is something we might be able to make at an individual level and make that happen. Maybe we might even be able to make it within our own healthcare organization and just kind of make it happen. But once we keep kind of moving up levels moving up levels. We do add that kind of red tape to it because of where the decision is operating, it starts to bring with it. So many other pieces in context and a Lotta Times those pieces are really important because they are the pieces that bring in that diverse viewpoint that was opposed to being one person who's trying to push something that seems like it should be straightforward and seems like it is going to hit all the marks. Well, a lot of times we need those other points to come in and say, wait what about this and I think that to still keep it constructive for advocates activists who are participating in that patient voice is that coming out the discussion with a lot of honesty from the patients and caregivers but making sure that it's constructive honesty to to recognize but it's coming into a context where There are GonNa be these additional challenges. There are GonNa be things you wish weren't there that are but on the flip side if as a project team or somebody working in that space and you hear that honest and constructive feedback from your Caregivers and advocates who are engaged in the project with you. Make sure you have space to hear that constructive feedback and make sure you have enough humbleness and setting aside any kind of egos or anything like that. So you can hear that's point about listening. So you can hear what they're actually saying and acknowledge its importance and that. It may not happen tomorrow it may not happen this year, but we can take that information in in one day. Rest assured it will be the right day and we'll get back to it and be able to to move it to the next level. So honest constructive..
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"Lacey and add thank you so much for joining me. I really enjoyed working with bolts view and I look forward to this conversation. Lacey how do you introduce yourself to people? Thanks Danny. So I am a research psychologist with Mitre who works at the national level on ways to improve the quality of healthcare. Okay. Well. That is the sankt. Great. and Ed how do you introduce yourself? At Loma ten I'm of clinical fanatics at the agency for healthcare research quality are HR Q. or arc for short. My position is in a division called the division of Digital Healthcare Research, which is in a large center, called the Center for evidence in practice improvement I, add my patrician with specialized training and clinical matic's, and that'd be agencies work on. Clinton. Position. Support. Way Too long for for most social situations. So Ed, Oh my goodness we've been working together three or four years anyway. You really get quite the advocate for patient and caregiver engagement. I feel like you're somebody who has. Really steps up to. figure out different ways to include people in. Clinical decision. Support. But. I don't get the feeling like you started out that way. At how did that evolve for you? Great question than I. Suppose there are a couple of things. I would point you you a lot actually for opening my eyes and. Having the desire to learn more about how to do that at the very first time I met you is at a steering committee for the patient centered clinical decision for learning network I learned a lot from you including patient caregiver input in a meaningful way early on in project. So I actually point to that specific day lot as sort of a beginning of journey. Prior to that I think a lot of where I come from is this Aletha the arc mission it's really strong mission any sort of net go back to how I deduce myself. If I do spend any extra time telling people what I do, it's usually about ARCUS agency because it folks tend to not know about it as much. I think telling folks what the mission is around around equitability affordability and making healthcare safer and higher quality. I think decision or impatience had Anderson Nicely into it. Well, I'm honored I'm honored to have had an effect. That's great. Thank you for that Lacey. So you're you said you're a psychologist in informatics. No I have more of a I started out in the clinical program for clinical psychology, all of my clinical training and realized that it was better for me to stay on the research side because the for me, the the voice of the patient if you will, and the caregivers were hard to leave at the office, I struggled with separating all of those emotions. How has that been for you in terms of bringing the voice of the patient into your work? I was doing one of my last clinical rotations actually at Johns Hopkins, and in the traumatic brain injury unit. and My precept or at the time. Provided some words of wisdom. was very eager in various inspiring caregiver Kreider. and. She had said that if you have a patient and they're not improving any more than you need to advise that patient to go find go help them find somebody new because there's always a provider out there who can. Find something new for that patient or innovate in some way that's going to help them continue to improve their quality of life and you need always have that zest. There should always be improving and there should always be that expectation for more in these kinds of situations. And for me that really resonates now in the clinical decision support space and working at the level that I do. Now, I consider it when I do talk to other people I think of it as that national level so it can seem fairly distant. But. What I can do is make sure that in a space wear clinical decision support is seen as such a highly technical field that. We don't forget. We are ultimately trying to get at those patient and caregiver interactions with providers and no matter that we're operating kind of a and we're doing something that has all these acronyms and all of this complex language and coding, and all this good stuff, which is very important and very relevant. But at the end of the day, we're trying to help people. Make decisions and help people in many cases who are, as he said, Dan, fraught with lots of emotions and challenges and other things so. If we can make it just a little bit simpler for that provider to help their patients, informing those decisions and feel good about those decisions. then. That's what I try to keep. Mind that at this work in in this project in particular. Interesting Ed last time I saw you in person. We had a little bit of a discussion and one of the things that I came away from that. thinking. was that. This challenge of including. Lay People in some of this sophisticated. Acronym field kind of remote world. Is. Twofold both the ability of people that aren't in that expert bubble. To feel comfortable enough to contribute. And then the other side of it is the ability of people who are full of that expertise in the bubble to be able to listen to and. US. Somewhat, raw. Not necessarily seemingly directly. Pertinent. There's so many challenges. To scaling this that it's one thing that you and I kind of found each other and you've helped me be introduced and accepted into this world and as you're saying, I introduced you. But I. Don't think were every day that this relationship you and I have is that every day? Relationship but so like what do you think about that challenge of trying to scale this? Yeah. I wish I had a good answer about the scaling question in fact, I love to. Your your ideas, Dante because I think you hit the nail right on the head one of the things I've learned maybe it's the clinician me one of the things that life learned over the last few years of thinking about s'mores. Boys you said listening is probably more than half the battle right and just being flexible so whether you're a patient or a CBS designer I think. Going.
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"I use the CDS that by you said to three two during this pandering yeah I wonder how many times you have to respect that to himself before he went out there and you still botched job so he's he's turning out to be one of the smoothest politicians ever with which you got this is turning the beta remember how Beto game at all name names actually Robert Francis o'rourke but he was like I'm gonna call myself Beto she added so they got all these candidates and then they they become a shark which I I don't even want to play audio for because literally heard her voice hurts my ears okay well we'll get to one of these days but now that she didn't seem to have it didn't have anything worthwhile to say yes thanks thank you for sparing asper yeah which is kind of kind of pretty much your whole campaign not really much worthwhile to say but if all these people which ones are the Democrats going to put up as the literally the point to where we will be the best way to put this the the rental lamb yeah I just use a lamb yeah all right the sacrificial lamb there who are they going to put up there you know you don't want to do it to me or Pete because he's thirty eight years old he might have some political mileage in this tank do you put up old Joe just because it's his turn now the elder abuse they don't want to put a Bernie because Bernie make sure every Democrat in the ticket is called a Democrat socialist so is it gonna be Amy club try that they put up there I don't know maybe you know just they need they need a sacrificial lamb they got to figure out who that's going to be it's a traffic time right now seven fifteen here she is catering and your right now little slow out there this morning sponsored by our friends at mercury insurance if you're traveling to San Francisco the bay bridge toll plaza metering lights are on and it earlier stalls been moved by CHP looks like things are starting to recover nicely in the area north bound to thirty eight the Washington Avenue off ramp we have an accident here I'm not too sure of any injuries are involved it looks like right now the H. B. officers are calling for emergency services just as kind of a precautionary measure eastbound five eighty eight Greenville road we have a vehicle over to the right hand side northbound eighty five at all did expressway we have another accident here the does have emergency services on the way and we're still dealing with that living room in the middle of four eastbound at Bailey road we have four to five boxes and several chairs taking up the two middle lanes again traffic is going to come to a complete stand still for a moment while CHP officers are able to clear the lanes your.
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"CDS vehicle stadium difficile which is endemic in some hospital populations and dogs are currently working in some hospitals in Canada to track down CDS in hospitals and prevent its spread around and they're doing a remarkable job there like I feature an affable Springer spaniel in Vancouver he does this and now they're at least two other dogs in that in that area in BC doing this because they're so effective so there are dogs who are who are working to detect malaria actually they're trying to find out dogs can be put in airports are crossing in the borders in countries where there is no malaria and he's waited out to prevent people with malaria from getting in and seem to be really good at this it's early early research stages going on in England but it looks really good so that's the second section and the last section is about dogs and it's cold out of the darkness and dogs and mental illness and there are some remarkable stories in there about their dogs for people with PTSD which we are hearing about a lot and not just military but new people who've been through sexual trauma and other traumas and their dogs in times of crisis and disaster so we have some crisis talks and some disaster dogs in there there are people out there who and we know mother nature is is been very happening more and more at this now it just personally with someone we know who foster home and the only thing she had with her own dog she said her dog and her purse and her car and that was it and she was she turned in before the next day and in Santa Rosa California fires and she her dog helped her want to live through this but also when we went to the recovery center there were those dogs the crisis talk to seem to go to the people who needed the help the most I don't I think it's miss them or at work but their their handlers said the same thing and there's a there's a remarkable story in there of young woman with schizophrenia and that was really surprising to me that dog was trained to help prevent her from hitting the worst parts of it sometimes of course medication is super important and this is what you can't stop right cation but that I was trying to stop her from cutting for instance from self harm and also you know typical PTSD work like leaning into her knowing which needed to have the heavy body working on hat sitting on her lap meaning into her giving her a hug when she needed it and but the most special thing of all was something that the dog was even trained to do just by being a really friendly Labrador retriever she realized that the dog cat Acacius who's the nations of auditory and visual a really scary bad people if the dog would do you know if he would like to tell anyone even if that guy so she's she said if he doesn't recognize someone he's not seeing someone in wagging the tail looking at this person that she could see she's starting to realize that that person doesn't exist and so just by virtue of the dog being friendly dog who would acknowledge the simplicity of these people if they were real she's able to separate reality from the host nations much better and the dog is definitely credit with saving her life as well yeah yeah it's amazing yeah what okay well we're going to learn more about doctor dogs from best selling author Maria good events but we got to take a quick commercial break and when we get back the nose really knows and we're going to share a little bit about a special three D. gifts that are author guy and and a little bit about her yellow lab named Gus so sit and stay we'll be right back time for a walk car but of course we'll be back in a flash right after these messages what's up everybody this is your host art.
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"Expected to make it official in about a half hour from now authorizing a formal impeachment inquiry on president trump CDS is Nancy courts have been pulled we'll be announcing a formal. Cory and she baby laying out other parameters for this ongoing investigation the president tweeted that he has authorized the release of an unredacted transcript of his call to the Ukrainian president now the U. S. Senate has approved a resolution calling on whistle blower complaints to be submitted to Senate and house intelligence committees Joe Biden says the president needs to start cooperating fully with the congressional pro this time for this administration stop stonewalling to provide the Congress of all the facts it needs. including a copy of a formal complaint made by the whistle blower. it is time for the Congress to fully investigate the conduct of this press for CBS news update I'm Jim Sherman WTMJ news time three thirty two from the W. T. M. J. breaking news center and improperly discarded smoking device is being blamed for a deadly fire and found the lack the final like fire department says they have reason to believe the fire started in the group home was accidental shared by five adults with cognitive disabilities according to first responders I heard an alarm sounding in the basement of the building's owner confirm there was at least one working smoke detector in the home three people were killed while two others were able to escape the victims ranged in age from twenty four to seventy two Mike Spaulding WTMJ Milwaukee is taking steps to confront the reckless driving epidemic in the city had on Milwaukee alderman Michael Murphy is in a committee studying reckless driving in the city and he says they're looking at the problem with a three pronged approach one is in force ability and accountability one is dealing with education prevention and the others engineering solutions one of the things the committee is looking at is changing state laws right now you currently buy a car without having a driver's license we think it's important that you get a bite how you should have a driver's license some judges have suggested that potentially fifty thousand people are driving with a suspended or revoked license that allows a WTMJ news the state is ramping up its efforts to attract potential investors for a property long Milwaukee's lakefront the marquis business journal Sean Ryan says the state is sending out conceptual design for a fifty story office tower it be the tallest in the city and could be as a centerpiece for the city it has been marketed nationally and they really see this as something that can kind of play at that scale is this being a unique commodity if you well and these new renderings would kind of up that effort two acre property is located along Clyburn and Lincoln Memorial drive that's two six governor Charlie Baker taking steps to deal with the vaping crisis governor Baker is hitting the pause button he's implementing a four month temporary ban on the retail and online sales of all vaping and E. cigarette products including flavored and unflavored nicotine tobacco and marijuana. antes declaring vaping a public health emergency E. cigarette usages exploding and it's clear there's a very real danger to the population this temporary vandalize state government a medical providers the time they need to understand the dangers and respond accordingly there have been sixty one vaping related illnesses reported to the state since September eleventh Kim Tunnicliffe for CBS news Boston well the movie the joker causing some concerns over gun violence since walking Phoenix's movie the joker premiered at the Venice Film Festival. there's been a lot of talk about its violent content and whether it might inspire acts of violence that concerns some family members of those killed in the two thousand twelve theater shooting in Aurora Colorado on the opening night of the dark knight rises Tuesday they put out an open letter to Warner brothers calling in the studio to use its platform to help build safer communities with fewer guns and use its political clout in leveraging Congress to actively lobby for gun reform the theater in Aurora where the shooting took place won't be showing the joker J. Symington's an ABC news Hollywood WTMJ news time three thirty five you're listening to Wisconsin's afternoon. WTMJ. the hunt for Brooks over continues tonight the brewers have what is a great six games left. six games three in Cincinnati and three in Colorado against Iraqis who here we go in the birds are gonna have to do it on their own own they're not get a lot of help the cardinals are really lose in primarily because they've been playing the cubs view nationals keep on winning but fortunately the brewers have been the hottest team in baseball they're just have to do it on their own yeah I don't have to do it on the road as well so the magic number is three any companies in the brewers wins and cubs losses will net the brewers a playoff spot and as of today the rigorous playoff chances are ninety eight percent wow prior to week one Packers and bears the number was seven percent that's amazing so dramatic turnaround here in little less than a month's time you know guy we don't talk a lot about is yes money ground del what a great acquisition is he the best catcher in the National League office of Lee his numbers are outstanding now what I've been amazed that is he's played in over a hundred forty five games wow he's a capture right I mean that is that's an extremely high I don't anymore so he's not caught all those games in some cases it was a painted appearance some cases he was playing first base or maybe even a designated hitter but nonetheless that is time on his feet when yeah catcher's could probably use a day off many Pina was a little bit Ding dot throughout portions of the season ingrained dolls Baptista's Utah Kristin yell it this is the time for you to understand if it cooled off a little bit and he's a great month you know what impresses me when I look at ground dial the walks catchers are often walk that often you know you expect Yeltsin Kane when Kane is going right to take a lot of pitches the ground doll is it a hundred walks almost two years now I'd be interested to see how this evolves as we get into the playoffs and really the rest of the season once you remove Kristin yeah which is bad for the line up I think pictures thought why even throw his money Grinnell appears he's the next most dangerous bat well right after Christian yelled one out Mike Moustakas came back and hit two home runs and helping the brewers beat the Marlins so I think instantly you maybe had a shift in mentality for how to handle growing Dahlin whose stock is because. as it moves as bad as been pretty dangerous here to the last couple weeks so. nobody appreciates that more than he has money growing dollar there's another bad or multiple back to the line up who can do some damage I'm fascinated watching Craig Counsell in September it's just amazing happened last year it was kind of an orthodox and he was like the mad scientist pushed all the buttons pulled all the levers and he just really seems to thrive in September when the rosters get bigger and they're more arms and it's fun to watch there's a remarkable amount of flexibility and I think it you know in in may if starting pitcher goes three and two thirds you're scrambling and you're trying to figure out how to get the nine innings and now it's just like okay let's let's see we got who's fresh in the rules change in September baseball that we're sport where the rules change when you approach French time it didn't happen in any other sport the rules change and you take advantage of it and why not do that that's what the rules are therefore it's going to be different next year rock band to forty so of the great council in September it was not a fluke last year it really what I'm a baseball geek I watch a lot of baseball this time of year not just the brewers and other teams other managers don't do what he does to the extent that he does it it's remarkable yeah and I I think we learned terms last year that we were familiar with in baseball we were taught you know initial I'll get her in getting staff in yeah forget about starter and reliever I think it took fans a little while to to get on board but by the time the playoffs for here everybody was on board but the national media did not focus on the brewers all season so they were like what is this this is all new so you're two of this working.