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COVID-19 vaccine distribution faces logistical challenges

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:42 min | Last month

COVID-19 vaccine distribution faces logistical challenges

"Hello and welcome to the foreign desk. I'm andrew mullah my guests today sarah wheaton and dr arthur caplan sarah wheaton chief policy correspondent for politico europe. She joins us from brussels. And autho kaplan is professor of bioethics at new york. University's school of medicine. He joins us from the woods of connecticut. This first part of the show. I want to talk more domestically about what. The responsibilities and duties and possibilities are in terms of vaccinations and how domestic governments go about organizing them the second part of the show. We'll talk more about the global picture. But sarah i'll start with you not withstanding the united kingdom which is actually proceeding with the vaccinations at a reasonably impressive clip. The non uk european countries. Actually being too slow by half they'd seemed to have got off to a very sluggish. Start indeed and it's causing quite a bit of domestic problems around the block and as well it's also calling into question european union's unity in fact. There's a huge blame. Brussels faction basically saying that the eu was too slow to buy doses compared to the united states and the united kingdom on the other hand. You also see that many countries including germany. Which has been one of the most vocal in criticizing. Brussels is not doing a very good job of getting the doses out that they have. is it. just a question of polaroid if you will if we focus on one specific example you look at a country like the netherlands which would appear to have every imaginable advantage. Where doing something like. This is concerned. It is geographically tiny eddies rich. It is well organized you would think vaccinating. The netherlands would be relatively straightforward. Is these things go and yet one. They have barely started and to the government has picked this moment to resign on mass over. Something else entirely right. I think it's really fascinating if you look at the databases that lay out. How countries have been doing with their vaccination. There are some things that show number of doses administered per one hundred. And there's not an obvious pattern so again sort of make sense that you can. Denmark are doing very well but then you have italy. You have spain. You have slovenia and lithuania in the top ten whereas you have big wealthy countries like germany and france and the netherlands as you mentioned doing quite poorly and each country is a precious snowflake with a health system and the value said that really drive this so one of the factors in the netherlands. The case in many countries is at one point. It looked like the astra zeneca vaccine was the front runner that was both the cheapest and the most logistically simple. It doesn't need kind of special freezing transportation so i think the netherlands was a country where they were more banking on that particular shot being the one that was available so they didn't think as much about how they were going to be doing the logistics for a more complicated marnie vaccine in germany. They say actually part of the issue is that germany has many different health insurance systems. And so the data about who actually qualifies for this vaccine is not consistently available whereas in countries like spain and italy. You may be due in certainly in the united kingdom where you have the national health service you have various centralized data system author another thing that countries have had a long time to think about is the order in which they roll the vaccines out. Obviously who gets it i. You can't vaccinate everybody the same week. Does it strike you that. There's much in the way of interesting or indicative divergence in in who is prioritizing. What here in the uk of call us where credit where it's due to the government as we were saying they're doing quite well. They started out with old people. Care homes people with chronic illnesses which might make them more vulnerable. Is that the smart thing to do. I wonder myself with a more thought. Should be given to vaccinating. People like retail workers bus drivers refuse collectors. Delivery people the ones who have to interact with the public and the ones without whom society really would grind to a halt. Yes well we spent an announcement of time in the us arguing over who should go first. Who should go second new should go third lots of categories federal advice flying around about prioritization. But we learned a couple of things once. The vaccine went to the states. They all decided their own priorities. So in some parts of the us prisons and prison staff are being vaccinated in other states. The governors have said no. We're not doing that because they don't like prisoners basically even though that's a high risk population and could be a place where the virus easily spreads back to the community. I've talked to a lot of people who run group homes for intellectually disabled people in nursing homes or care homes but out in the community. They're getting no supply they got forgotten. So i'm lis- despite lots and lots of arguing if you had a clientele of down syndrome individuals. Their death rates are six seven eight times as high as everybody else but somehow the prioritization list so we did spend a lot of time arguing but now we have fifty states with fifty different policies. We've seen a little cheating as a result because when you don't have consistency people start to say that. I'm not gonna follow the rules. So we have people who are rich. Flying to florida to get in line to get vaccinated. Florida per usual doesn't seem to care exactly who's supposed to be a priority. The lord help us to even vaccinating canadians. Their her down there snowbirds so that's causing tension among the locals. But here's the take on less than than i learned. It's great to have these arguments. About who goes i. If your logistics don't work it doesn't matter what your list is if you can't get supply out to the meat packers of the delivery. People are wherever if what we do. Is we send the supply to hospitals and nursing homes or care homes as we've done here that's where the vaccinations occur and those institutions will just vaccinate their employees high risk. Or not is. That's where the refrigerator is. As sarah said it's hard to handle stuff. They're not gonna go running down the street looking for the next category person to give it to so logistics as much as ethics or laying out priority groups drives distribution

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Vaccine Rollout Strategies Vary Between Nations

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:42 min | Last month

Vaccine Rollout Strategies Vary Between Nations

"Welcome to the foreign desk. I'm andrew mullah my guests today sarah wheaton and dr arthur caplan sarah wheaton chief policy correspondent for politico europe. She joins us from brussels. And autho kaplan is professor of bioethics at new york. University's school of medicine. He joins us from the woods of connecticut. This first part of the show. I want to talk more domestically about what. The responsibilities and duties and possibilities are in terms of vaccinations and how domestic governments go about organizing them the second part of the show. We'll talk more about the global picture. But sarah i'll start with you not withstanding the united kingdom which is actually proceeding with the vaccinations at a reasonably impressive clip. The non uk european countries. Actually being too slow by half they'd seemed to have got off to a very sluggish. Start indeed and it's causing quite a bit of domestic problems around the block and as well it's also calling into question european union's unity in fact. There's a huge blame. Brussels faction basically saying that the eu was too slow to buy doses compared to the united states and the united kingdom on the other hand. You also see that many countries including germany. Which has been one of the most vocal in criticizing. Brussels is not doing a very good job of getting the doses out that they have. is it. just a question of polaroid if you will if we focus on one specific example you look at a country like the netherlands which would appear to have every imaginable advantage. Where doing something like. This is concerned. It is geographically tiny eddies rich. It is well organized you would think vaccinating. The netherlands would be relatively straightforward. Is these things go and yet one. They have barely started and to the government has picked this moment to resign on mass over. Something else entirely right. I think it's really fascinating if you look at the databases that lay out. How countries have been doing with their vaccination. There are some things that show number of doses administered per one hundred. And there's not an obvious pattern so again sort of make sense that you can. Denmark are doing very well but then you have italy. You have spain. You have slovenia and lithuania in the top ten whereas you have big wealthy countries like germany and france and the netherlands as you mentioned doing quite poorly and each country is a precious snowflake with a health system and the value said that really drive this so one of the factors in the netherlands. The case in many countries is at one point. It looked like the astra zeneca vaccine was the front runner that was both the cheapest and the most logistically simple. It doesn't need kind of special freezing transportation so i think the netherlands was a country where they were more banking on that particular shot being the one that was available so they didn't think as much about how they were going to be doing the logistics for a more complicated marnie vaccine in germany. They say actually part of the issue is that germany has many different health insurance systems. And so the data about who actually qualifies for this vaccine is not consistently available whereas in countries like spain and italy. You may be due in certainly in the united kingdom where you have the national health service you have various centralized data system author another thing that countries have had a long time to think about is the order in which they roll the vaccines out. Obviously who gets it i. You can't vaccinate everybody the same week. Does it strike you that. There's much in the way of interesting or indicative divergence in in who is prioritizing. What here in the uk of call us where credit where it's due to the government as we were saying they're doing quite well. They started out with old people. Care homes people with chronic illnesses which might make them more vulnerable. Is that the smart thing to do. I wonder myself with a more thought. Should be given to vaccinating. People like retail workers bus drivers refuse collectors. Delivery people the ones who have to interact with the public and the ones without whom society really would grind to a halt. Yes well we spent an announcement of time in the us arguing over who should go first. Who should go second new should go third lots of categories federal advice flying around about prioritization. But we learned a couple of things once. The vaccine went to the states. They all decided their own priorities. So in some parts of the us prisons and prison staff are being vaccinated in other states. The governors have said no. We're not doing that because they don't like prisoners basically even though that's a high risk population and could be a place where the virus easily spreads back to the community. I've talked to a lot of people who run group homes for intellectually disabled people in nursing homes or care homes but out in the community. They're getting no supply they got forgotten. So i'm lis- despite lots and lots of arguing if you had a clientele of down syndrome individuals. Their death rates are six seven eight times as high as everybody else but somehow the prioritization list so we did spend a lot of time arguing but now we have fifty states with fifty different policies. We've seen a little cheating as a result because when you don't have consistency people start to say that. I'm not gonna follow the rules. So we have people who are rich. Flying to florida to get in line to get vaccinated. Florida per usual doesn't seem to care exactly who's supposed to be a priority. The lord help us to even vaccinating canadians. Their her down there snowbirds so that's causing tension among the locals. But here's the take on less than than i learned. It's great to have these arguments. About who goes i. If your logistics don't work it doesn't matter what your list is if you can't get supply out to the meat packers of the delivery. People are wherever if what we do. Is we send the supply to hospitals and nursing homes or care homes as we've done here that's where the vaccinations occur and those institutions will just vaccinate their employees high risk. Or not is. That's where the refrigerator is. As sarah said it's hard to handle stuff. They're not gonna go running down the street looking for the next category person to give it to so logistics as much as ethics or laying out priority groups drives distribution

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"caplan" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:49 min | 2 months ago

"caplan" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Dr. Arthur Caplan, who's with the N Y. U. Grossman School of Medicine, says the vaccines should cover any new covert 19 variant. I hear from the vaccine manufacturing companies that they think they're vaccines will handle most mutations. That's great news, so we get a speed up the vaccination process. I think it's moving, but I'd like to see go even faster, Dr Kaplan says. It's more important than ever. To mask up, continue social distancing and hand hygiene. And now that there are different strains of covert 19 the covert vaccine is here in Washington. That's good news. But you may have questions about what to expect to get the answers and all the latest information from the Washington State Department of Health at covert vaccine wa dot org's Cairo radio here for what's next Wario riding through, said My Northwest outcome. Texting and 98 97. 3 is good and good for you. Well, it's nice to see the Tesla has decided they want to come out of caught with a card that makes the car even more obnoxious. I don't know why, but I remember you see anybody like to car and I'm driving around in that pickup truck tickets eight miles to the gallon. I keep Thinking that they're judging me like I'm a fool. That they're efficient. I'm wasting that. They're smarter than I am. And I just feel in a lot of blanks. And then I just basically dislike them with me on that trays, or you might just be sure you're in your own head right now. You're in. You're fine. No, they're not. Isn't that place to me? A Tesla has made the car and here is the sounds that the car that you can now purchase and annoy your friends with you. Is that good night? Wow. This this'll car could be on our show in the studio. That's how we must re injury sound effects. Why did they put all the sound effects of the car? Jerry's Um, no one has any idea so, apparently on Christmas. They decided to upgrade with this. Um, I guess something they're calling boombox. As long as you have a Tesla after September. 2019. You've got this upgrade here, Um, that works to your external speakers. It has a fart sound. It's got, um All types of different sounds, and you can even upload five sounds yourself via USB drive so that you can drive down the street and play. I don't know. Hit your horn or play whatever you want for people. Interesting thing about it. I guess these sounds don't play while you're driving. So if you want any of the anything besides the typical horn sound while you're driving, it won't be able to make it But as soon as you stop You can let one go. You can, you know, let the goats bad or whatever it is you want to do or whatever sound you uploaded. And then I guess there's another future where while driving. You can't have a sustained sustained sound something similar to the ice cream sound right? Like the ice cream truck so you can play something while driving. So that was a little confusing. But it just makes the test. This feels like Elon Musk was a nerd, and he wants to connect with people on things because he's rich. He can just do it. And I guess he can, But this is stupid. This is this Is the app or the access to something I never needed. We don't need this. We don't know we were I know what they need. They need access to more sound. No, that's not no, no one's going to use it. No one's going to use it. It's like when you first get your phone and you could do the thing where you can talk, and then you can make the unicorn talk. The.

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Medical Experts 'Fustrated' by Slow Vaccine Rollout

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Medical Experts 'Fustrated' by Slow Vaccine Rollout

"Sounding the alarm over the covert vaccine rollout so far at Brown, University renowned pandemic expert As she's Joss says he's incredibly frustrated by a slow rollout asking on Twitter. Did we not know the vaccines were coming states ever see fewer doses than initially expected? Jaws, blaming the federal government for not working with them on delivery over the weekend. New York University's Arthur Caplan was also worried. We've got to get on the ball here, a virus relief bill President Trump signed Sunday includes $69 Billion for vaccine distribution, which Josh says will help. Meantime, Vice President elect Kamila Harris got her first vaccine dose this morning and urged all Americans to follow when their turn comes SOCCER

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The Latest: Health workers cheer as EU starts vaccinations

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

The Latest: Health workers cheer as EU starts vaccinations

"Many doctors are bracing for yet another post holiday covered nineteen surge as millions traveled for Christmas Dr Arthur Caplan is with New York university's Grossman school of medicine I think we got a dark period to go through with more details more infections and more hospitalizations and with these variants of covered nineteen showing up it's more important than ever to wear a mask very likely that the new strain will spread all around the world I think we can slow it down and it's important to do that so we can study it and understand it I think many people are panicked that it's got a much higher transmission rate and that is something to be concerned about Kaplan adds he's been told that the vaccines will cover most mutations I surely after

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If approved, UK to start controversial Covid vaccine challenge trial infecting patients

Up First

01:03 min | 4 months ago

If approved, UK to start controversial Covid vaccine challenge trial infecting patients

"Researchers are preparing for a step toward finding a corona virus vaccine a particularly terrifying step it's called a challenge trial and it means you give the vaccine to people, and then you expose them to the virus to see if the vaccine works. Channel trials are used to test vaccines for diseases like typhoid, cholera and malaria. The difference here is that if new vaccines for those. Illnesses do not work there at least ways to treat the people who've been infected for covid nineteen. Of course, there is no cure and treatments are still limited. So a challenged trial raises some real ethical concerns. Arthur Caplan is a bioethics professor at New York. University School of Medicine. We don't fully understand the Cobra virus we're going to give it to people intentionally make them sick. What if there's a death? What if there's long-term disability? What if things go really soured for the subjects? As, just GonNa look like an ethics catastrophe researchers in the United Kingdom? Still think challenge trial is worth it and they plan to try one

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The Doula Life with Interview by Jess Gronas

Babes and Babies

05:36 min | 5 months ago

The Doula Life with Interview by Jess Gronas

"So, just kind of. All these different snippets I feel it kind of led me to to wear with the Dula stuff in it was just the last. This last year that I started doing it fulltime I always did it kind of part time taking on birth here in their bouquets making many as adults is really hard. When you're starting out starting out a business, you have to find clients you are. A you know. Especially, if people have kids, you need to find child care and for me it was like, okay. Even if I find some clients enough to pay my bills I still have my job but I can't just call out of my job whenever I want when somebody goes into Labor you know so I would kind of take on like. Last year I. Think. I did five like I took like five birth rate. Need you have to be available? Twenty four seven, right. So. But I still needed a fulltime job. I was living downtown Chicago rent's not cheap saving up for a wedding. So. So I, just kind of dabbled in it and then it was. This. Last year that unlike. Okay. I'm going to focus on the podcast in on birth work. So In my thing with the podcast too was I wanted to empower women through storytelling it education people to listen to the podcast. was into different experts in different topics in different stories, women who have had different experiences so that you don't feel isolated in motherhood or in your story so that you can still feel and be a part of community and with the educational aspect it's fun for me because I'm learning but also so people know their options you know that. I've never thought about. Birth control display like we recently did an episode with Natural Family Planning which I've never done but I'm like it sounds really cool I don't know how to do it. So spun talking to somebody who that's what she and her husband used for eight years. Then she used it to get pregnant and through the process she wanted so much broader body about her cycle and her healthy ben in. So it's just kind of fun hearing from different people. To that you know okay if me and my husband after this baby, we don't have a kid. For a while. We have. Never considered this before, but maybe it is an option or now I know more information about this one thing. So that agonists make a better decision for myself and my family. Yeah and you've got a lot of awesome experts on the show in powerful women earn hiring women as well. Just sharing their story I've loved that What made you I think like I wanNA. Create a podcast. I. Mean it started. I it was something I wanted to for quite a while and then I partnered with a couple of other people for the first year a bit and they were new moms I worked as a Dula. So it was like, okay. You guys can talk about your mom experience in all kind of be the Dula on the show. And then after a year, it was just kind of going our separate ways and I'm like I really want this to be empowering. You know I want I don't want to necessarily be about. US just talking it's like I. Had the opportunity to do it on my own, and that's when I created miraculous Mama's it was like a little over a year ago. I'm like I really want this to be. To. Really dive into that community to really. Like for me it's it's it's nice to get people from all different walks of life form. But may focus wasn't like. Just, get somebody famous on which I felt like it kind of wants full or in now it was like, okay. But what are they gonNA talk about like what they offer Get somebody, who has experienced source story to share and Sony really wanted to turn it more educational and bring on more experts and specialists. So it was cool because I gotta talk to one of the top infertility doctors in the world he lives in Chicago they went downtown to his office than he so cool Bryan, Caplan, and. Actually Madame my work when I was working downtown. So There's just a small role in like your podcast. So it was it was nice to then be able to. To focus on. Just the learning part because. Although like do are concerned Labor experts. So when you're in labor, we know how what your body's doing, what it's going through the signs to look for when there are different interventions that happen were there to bounce the ideas off of you to talk about okay. Are you comfortable with this? Like are you do need a minute to think it over like Salat? You've blake when the doctor comes in and it's like, okay I think we need to do this. Now you have to give an answer nuclear what kind of I need a little bit of time to think it over and figure out what all my options are so but I'm definitely not an expert in other fields. So it's nice to be a part of this learning process case than. Right when the started a just gotten married and I'm like, okay no veto I wanNA start a family soon. So I wanNA bring on tons of people so that I can learn so that we can be prepared in new so many other women. Were on that journey as wall.

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Should you buy the new iPad Air? Here’s how the iPad lineup compares

Safe Money with Bill Carter

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

Should you buy the new iPad Air? Here’s how the iPad lineup compares

"And this week, Apple is refreshing. The lineup the new iPad air sports and update a design that more closely mimics the flagship iPad pro. But digital trends editor in chief Jeremy Caplan says it still looks familiar. It's been 10 years we've had an iPad and today's iPad looks an awful like like like the iPad from 10 years ago, he says. A real change has come from the tablets faster processor, a 14 ship, which is their newest, fastest best ship, It's gone. New five nanometer process. She's got billions of transistors. This is good because it is so much faster. The AI Roscoe now features a fingerprint reader in the power button. That's really, really interesting it underneath your thumb works just as well. That is a lot more his ability for a device like that, like it I've had it comes in five colors and starts at just under 600 boxes. Standard. IPad also gets a new processor that one starts at $329 detect Friends of Alex Stone,

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"caplan" Discussed on Steam Talk

Steam Talk

05:25 min | 6 months ago

"caplan" Discussed on Steam Talk

"Wow. Wow. So if to to stadiums those and in have of together together together that's more inside is of in nuclear nuclear nuclear nuclear density to with with densities 100 out Wow. structure structure structure structure of of Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, so neutron off approximation approximation approximation approximation think of made and in kilometers mass dense dense dense object. That's approximation. approximation. But better better Precision, you think Earth. Earth. Earth. Earth. They solid solid solid crystalline crust on They wispy above a underneath underneath it that all that and Crystal Healed Healed Healed Healed so many specific that in astrophysics these these other more structural of So question Because elements. elements. elements. elements. elements. What of of features would crust crust crust crust crust crust right has there similar right? there in each on that the about about about starting from of Let's an we from the went top you very gas. would would lower much it But your dive come Earth's Earth's atmosphere is it I sound sound sound sound sound barrier. Yeah, a let's him. imagine we're him I'll about Never terrifying terrifying terrifying terrifying but you the it and and and denser literally or closer face and you the and point the enough that that that are much answer face on is oceans. It's Rock have are that come a If on we of of wispy a getting denser get we've and is of it nuclei no themselves a structure act and interesting Still other on completely completely completely completely ionized. There bonds holding Crystal It that so touching in so and that you move actually so fully you a a a crystal. So crystal nothing Oh, there's I order there's Bonds holding So to of a and explosively explosively explosively decompressed. interesting. interesting. So if periodic periodic table and have densities gravity gravity to them and look like is alumina alumina aluminum those as you more when get you're iron right? So this Arrangement nice Yes, beautiful wondering thing you but that can't star samples know they're of elementally elementally how arranged? arranged? arranged? arranged? We actually really information the of crusts bit precisely study study study nuclei on a.m. and what reactions place one of using using using these as basis calculations of I is well,

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"caplan" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

03:52 min | 7 months ago

"caplan" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"The Krono virus and other medical headlines Art Caplan Arts Doctors, William Athen Virginia Collie Mini Chair, and director of the Division of Medical Ethics Nyu School of Medicine Hole. There are Kaplan. What we is this I'm back to. Week after week after. You just change your shirt so. That's the speaker yourself. So I'M GONNA. Miss that we're in short though to. Yes. Well, art, let's talk. Let's go back. We'll talk about my pillow in a moment but let's talk about the US Postal Service and about medications I guess I didn't realize I knew this was done but I didn't realize how prevalent. Oh many huge. A lot of the middlemen in prescription business, the care mark, the express scripts those guys have been urging people to use direct mail for many many years get your prescription mailed I. think it saves them money. They don't have to deal with the walmarts and the CVS pharmacies. So they like that approach much better and I think they also feel like you know that they're building customer relationships in any event they've been pushing it and pushing it i. don't know the percentage, but I'll bet you. At, least thirty to forty percent of people get their prescriptions by mail. Yeah. But I have another number that I think is even more relevant that's much higher which I learned last night eighty percent of the medications provided by the VA and of course, know all politicians care about veterans more than anybody else eighty percent of those medications are delivered by mail..

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COVID-19 Vaccine Ethics: Who Gets It First and Other Issues

Science Talk

04:27 min | 7 months ago

COVID-19 Vaccine Ethics: Who Gets It First and Other Issues

"US government's. Warp speed is ambitiously trying to create test and licensed vaccine for covid nineteen in less than a year compared to the five to ten years typically needed for a new vaccine. The program is borrowing strategies from a crash effort undertaken in the nineteen fifties against polio. Arthur caplan was seven years old when that paralytic disease which had been terrifying parents nationwide came to his town. Last. People. In America. Get. Polio in the Boston outbreak of nineteen, fifty seven, that's where I'm from. Saw Kids in our loans on kids die in the floor. It's one of the reasons I got interested in medical ethics. The Polio vaccine developed in the fifties it saved millions of lives and brought us tantalizingly close to eradicating the disease altogether. But in the haste to produce them researchers and manufacturers occasionally made mistakes and crossed ethical boundaries. Experimental vaccines were tested on intellectually disabled children, for example, as well as millions of people in the Belgian Congo and the Soviet Union who were not given the option for informed consent that today we consider indispensable. Medical ethics come a long way in the past sixty, five years. The World Health Organization has already set up a working group on ethics and Kobe Nineteen of which Kaplan is a member. They have started thinking through many of the tough questions ahead as companies race to test experimental vaccines, and we hope eventually ramp up manufacturing of those who succeed to billions of doses. Worldwide these questions include how can we make sure vaccine trials don't exploit people or enroll too few participants from black native Latino communities who are disproportionately sickened been killed by this disease who will get approved vaccines I and who will pay for them and what if anything should we do about vaccines being sold on the black market? The most immediate questions involve large-scale clinical trials those trials will take months to produce results. Can says, one reason is if I give you the experimental vaccine. Then, I have to wait for the. Virus in nature to infect me to see whether I'm going to do better than a group that didn't get vaccine usually have a placebo control group were you don't give them an active agent and you sort of monitor one against the other. If, you're waiting for natural infectivity with Kobe we have a problem because the Degree to which the becoming infect is very slow. So you'll notice that people are starting to recruit subjects for trials right now in hot spots, they may be looking at Brazil. They may be looking at Atlanta it could be looking at a region of the country that has. A A big outbreak. But at the same time, morally we have to try and tell people who sign up for vaccination studies they should not get themselves infected. So it's a sort of moral catch twenty two, you can't really. Encourage people to be reckless and get themselves. In fact, an the problem is you're probably not going to take sicker people because it makes it difficult to assess whether a vaccine is causing an adverse event or an underlying illnesses causing events. Most of the people who come into these big vaccine trials are healthy volunteer still they're younger. Is An effort underway. In the NIH sponsor trials to try and get more diversity ethnicity and race but a lack of transparency in who is being selected for the vaccine trials has raised concerns that historically underrepresented communities may once again be overlooked. Kaplan says that the preference for healthy volunteers is also one of the reasons that vaccine testers probably won't turn to one otherwise logical place to recruit participants prisons where corona virus has been running rampant, you can't use a vulnerable population because you worry that they can't consent. They're gonNA try and say I'll do it because they want to get out of jail or get parole the other main reason why Is prison populations usually have two or three underlying diseases. I know MTV everybody's at the gym looks such Arnold Schwarzenegger. But in fact, hepatitis HIV drug abuse is a bunch of reasons why they're not a best subjects for for any beginning studies

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Coronavirus cases in Georgia up to 42, 1 death; state creates site for reporting numbers

Von Haessler Doctrine

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Coronavirus cases in Georgia up to 42, 1 death; state creates site for reporting numbers

"One death in Georgia from corona virus in forty two confirmed cases now governor Bryan Caplan as morning news earlier discussing the state's preparations for the virus he says that they are preparing for all scenarios we're definitely have the ability to test more than we did will have double the capacity on Monday so Kim says you can expect a rising cases here in Georgia as more more people are being tested in the coming days the red cross an urgent need for blood because of the outbreak nearly three hundred red cross blood drives have been canceled across the country it's the coronavirus irony can mix all with the American red cross here in Atlanta telling me that Georgia has missed the opportunity collect over two hundred units of blood she fears a shortage without more donations they're asking and donations from anyone who is healthy here in Georgia to

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"caplan" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"caplan" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"University's Langone Medical Center Dr Caplan analyze this case from Hanover if you what Hey Michael by the way you solve the whole corona outbreak forced the person to avoid as you apparently traveling all over the nation stay away from me I'm gonna say the same way from you so I think the obligation is there if you get advised by health care workers that you might be at risk you could have been exposed to might infect someone else to do the sensible thing and isolate yourself don't go to parties don't go out to functions it's a different situation than the one I was just ripping you about you're not at risk you haven't been exposed to anybody that you know of who's got the disease so yes there's a moral obligation absolutely this person was not a good citizen not a good community member Dr Caplan in The New York Times on a related but different subject you waitin on incentivizing self isolation we speak to that issue yeah look Michael it's it's one thing to tell people who've been exposed to might be at risk gore who actually have been diagnosed as having the disease to stay home and we you know we just heard about the stocking up some food under those circumstances and so on but if you work in the gig economy you're somebody's in getting paid for delivering food driving people around and that sort of thing you can't take the time off you're gonna financially suffer your family your kids may suffer if we're gonna talk about isolation as a response to a diagnosed case are being exposed to someone who has it then I think states in the federal government should step in and say here's your work subsidy you're not going to go without pay you will get paid if you stay home if you can't get paid we're going to create some kind of program to make sure that you don't starve to death it's one thing to say isolate is another thing to say isolate and good luck to you you're gonna lose your wages you're going to have to figure out how to keep you and your family going for a couple weeks you know what that means people won't do it there were stories that that broke just in the last twenty four hours from Silicon Valley about apple about Facebook about Google employees being told to work from home and I think that your point is a very important one because those of us who who are reliant on technology and work from it have a portable ability that many among us just don't have and it's important that they not fall by the wayside in this process I hope Congress and the White House are listening to what you're saying you know there's one of the group Michael what we have nineteen million people without documents in the country what if they're exposed what if one of them gets sick and they're gonna rush off right now and go see the doctor I think not they're going to worry about getting deported are we gonna declare an amnesty we gonna say Hey in the middle of a pandemic you know let's make sure that we do the right public health thing and give people an incentive to seek out here to talk to the doctor we've got to reassure them too and I don't see the leadership either on the subsidized the cost that it takes to stay home or protect those who have reason to be fearful of the authorities that's not the way to operate a pandemic if you want to take isolation seriously yes say same argument that comes up in the discussion of sanctuary cities though the whole premise is that if there's unlawful conduct in a particular community violent offender of some kind we want people picking up the phone without fear that they're going to be deported for making that call otherwise whomever is perpetrating that criminal activity is going to still be on the lam excellent point thank you Dr Caplan as always okay thanks Michael what are your thoughts quickly acts were conjured my Facebook page I'll read some responses throughout the course of the program Catherine what do you have from Twitter I think Sir contest how dare you use your voice to full people into thinking it's okay to go about as usual it's irresponsible to go on TV to do this if your covert way of supporting trump Hey mindful spike I could not have been more clear in saying here's the update of all of these factual headlines from what's transpiring around the country and around the globe it occurs to me not through some conscious decision that I've never been more active in my life and I've told people expressly you make your own decisions I'm not telling you how to lead your life but what I don't want to do is perpetuate headlines about the collapse of the economy based on fears that get out of control then you heard from me a Harvard physician come on and explain how from his educated perspective the numbers might not be as bad as are being broadcast make up your own mind and I should do likewise with my health I wanna know what you think that my website is we're kind of dot com and answer the survey question have you undertaken any coronavirus preparations ahead in Michigan in twenty sixteen an estimated forty seven.

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Lori Loughlin's trial date is set in college admissions scandal despite claim of new evidence exonerating her

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

02:37 min | 1 year ago

Lori Loughlin's trial date is set in college admissions scandal despite claim of new evidence exonerating her

"One could be a twist in the ongoing college admissions cheating scandal new potential evidence says showed up CBS news correspondent Nikki Batiste it's been nearly a year since Rick singer pleaded guilty to charges including racketeering and fraud as part of an alleged scheme to buy students admission to top tier colleges but a new memo from defense attorneys for Laughlin and her husband Mossimo Jian newly claims the government instructed singer to lie to clients by calling their payments bribes even if he'd previously characterized them as legitimate the memo contains a note singer wrote on his iPhone about his discussions with FBI agents in one exchange he called loud and abrasive singer said they continue to ask me to tell a fib and not restate what I told my clients as to where the money was going Lachlan NG a newly paid half a million dollars to USC allegedly so their daughters could attend the school they've insisted the money was a donation but they're accused of taking additional measures to cheat the system like making a fake resume for one of their kids this comes after other defendants caught up and singers web like fellow Hollywood actress Felicity Huffman not only pleaded guilty but finished serving prison sentences that includes former New York attorney Gordon Caplan who admitted he paid seventy five thousand dollars to have the answers on his daughter's ACT exam correct it in his notes singer wrote that investigators wanted to quote email Gordon at all costs and asked him to solicit additional payments from Kaplan for that purpose it's an embarrassment for the government Laurie Levenson is a former federal prosecutor she says singers notes it should have been turned over a long ago and they bring both his and the government's credibility into question the kids the defense some ammunition to say that in fact Laughlin others didn't really agree that this was a private this is a positive development for Lori Laughlin we don't know whether it will clear her to make the case go away but we do know that it puts the government on the defensive a judge what is set to decide trial dates for Lachlan and other figures implicated in the scandal but her defense team is asking for that proceeding to be pushed back in light of the new information and detailed and singers notes they call the government's previous failure to disclose those notes outrageous is actually speaking with our legal analyst Rikki Klieman who says for Lori Loughlin they're still really no way around the fact that she made fraudulent resumes with demi photos to make her daughter look like the athlete that she

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Lawyers say new evidence clears Lori Loughlin in college scandal

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Lawyers say new evidence clears Lori Loughlin in college scandal

"Lawyers for actress Lori Loughlin and her husband say new evidence proves the couple's innocence in the college admission scandal the update now from CBS's Nikki Batiste it's been nearly a year since Rick singer pleaded guilty to charges including racketeering and fraud as part of an alleged scheme to buy students admission to top tier colleges but a new memo from defense attorneys for Laughlin and her husband Mossimo Jian newly claims the government instructed singer to lie to clients by calling their payments bribes even if he'd previously characterized them as legitimate the memo contains a note singer wrote on his iPhone about his discussions with FBI agents in one exchange he called loud and abrasive singer said they continue to ask me to tell a fib and not restate what I told my clients as to where the money was going Lachlan NG a newly paid half a million dollars to USC allegedly so their daughters could attend the school they have insisted the money was a donation but they're accused of taking additional measures to cheat the system like making a fake resume for one of their kids this comes after other defendants caught up and singers web like fellow Hollywood actress Felicity Huffman not only pleaded guilty but finished serving prison sentences that includes former New York attorney Gordon Caplan who admitted he paid seventy five thousand dollars to have the answers on his daughter's ACT exam correct it in his notes singer wrote that investigators wanted to quote email Gordon at all costs and asked them to solicit additional payments from Kaplan for that purpose it's an embarrassment for the government Laurie Levenson is a former federal prosecutor she says singers notes it should have been turned over a long ago and they bring both his and the government's credibility into question the kids the defense some ammunition to say that in fact Laughlin others didn't really agree that this was a bribe this is a positive development for Lori Laughlin we don't know whether it will clear her to make the

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China Will Admit International Experts to Assist with Research and Help Contain Coronavirus Outbreak

Brett Winterble

04:59 min | 1 year ago

China Will Admit International Experts to Assist with Research and Help Contain Coronavirus Outbreak

"On Tuesday as case counts rose Chinese authorities agreed to allow the World Health Organization is an international experts to China to assist with research and containment of the virus it's not clear whether how that will affect the quarantine orders the virus so far has infected five thousand people on four continents that was after it was first detected a late last year end of last year in Wuhan China five cases have been reported in the United States including two in southern California Chinese containment measures could theoretically prevent infected people from introducing the virus elsewhere in the country or the world the virus is believed to be spreading from person to person to coughing and sneezing the information on this is involving on an almost daily basis the question is what is your level of concern in December cases of a pneumonia like illness began amount in Wuhan a major city in central China Chinese authorities who sequenced the virus learn it'd never been seen before but was genetically similar to severe acute respiratory syndrome you knew that is sars that killed eight hundred people worldwide back in twenty oh three in an attempt to contain the outbreak Chinese officials last week began sealing off highways in closing bus and subway systems and will on a city of eleven million people locked down orders have since been expanded and now apply to fifty million people across seventeen cities there in China John my gory has been mostly confined to the past week to his apartment on a Wuhan university campus where he teaches English you can leave the grounds to a single gate if he is wearing a mask but most friends are unwilling to meet up because of fears of falling ill nearly three thousand corona virus cases have been found in who obey the province of which will hide as the capital recent stores in the bustling city the seventh most populous in China largely deserted it's a ghost town now said more gory an American who's lived in Wuhan for six years warnings were used back during the black plague in the Middle Ages according was implemented in West Africa in twenty fourteen during a ball outbreak prompting cries it it's inhumane to track people and infected area while waiting for a fatal disease to run its course though a ball is far more deadly than coronavirus the people left in Wuhan other cities are still likely to feel like they're kind of being left behind as Guinea pigs or or maybe they're developing resistance to it I don't know that's the thing we don't know we don't understand this but we understand one very important thing China is an authoritarian government the Chinese as a culture tend to be more community oriented willing to do things for the greater good than Americans notes Arthur Caplan a New York University bio ethics professor so they're they're more on it even though they are a up in a store tarian state they're more about the community than the selfish Americans are check still any restrictions on freedom will be a touchy thing here in the United States here public health officials often refrain from using the word quarantine so as not to store a backlash remember a nurse flew into Newark airport was quarantine because officials said she had a bola she with the help of the ACLU then sued Chris Christie so should be for and that's the big deal right because the ACLU will soon allow people coming from Jack the people who try to want to commend the ACLU will happily say bring bring the corona virus in America because that's you know that's social justice white people can't trust people in the progressive left because they don't have any sense of decency your dignity and I'm sorry to have to break that to you but that's just that's just what it is so the question is what are we going to do don't sit here and be like that's it over their problem because it's a it's a it's a lot of places problem it's in Europe it's in Asia we got some cases in the United States in fact I read a report earlier today said there are four thousand African students who are studying in China over and we'll on at the university system they want to go back to Africa what do they do the Chinese keep them grounded there and we'll Honda they keep me grounded there in China they sent it back to Africa with this can now become a pandemic that spreads I don't know very it's very scary to understand what the outer limits of health care The Outer Limits of of of dealing with illnesses like this really are every six governments got the answer the government is nothing but force and a treasury government has no answers that's what you have to remember while the media is obsessed with impeachment this is going

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"caplan" Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

09:02 min | 1 year ago

"caplan" Discussed on Keep It!

"Oh congrats thank you thank you I. I wasn't even going to bring it up on the show. Yes No I. I unfortunately saw the Internet this week so I was made privy of the situation. Tell me about this show. It's called cancelled insult. I'm writing a show with my friend. Julian breese for Greg Berlanti Warner Brothers. TV The lovely Sarah Scheckter actor Kevin Donoghue our producers on it And it's about four friends who take down problematic celebrities ready for a trivia challenge. Can you name five Greg. Berlanti shows right now. alko everyone Brothers and sisters and also this is very easy because I could just say the flash supergirl Ero Titans people tomorrow which one I thinking of I'll give you a hint rented. NBC and had a female lead the mysteries of Laura Legends. Tomorrow Tomorrow Oh yes yes anyway. Debra messing running around. She has a kid but she was a gun. Yes no I mean Greg. Lindsay has a long long string of he hearts club. Seminal gay movie from turn of the century. Yeah you know. Do you remember political animals. Yes with US WE'RE GONNA weaver. Yeah so who remains very tall. Very good shows dirty sexy money Jack and Bobby. ooh dirty sexy money. That was a different Baldwin William Baldwin but Yes right yes and Not really involved with other one step above good good for me Baldwin No ordinary family Julie Benz. Yes that makes us. Yeah that's Superhero. TV show about a family. It turns out. No one is more accomplished than Greg Berlanti and he has a wonderful husband one time saw in an emerald green suit. He's that soccer player. Robbie Rogers Last very underrated. One you remember our allies stone starring Jonny Lee Miller know about the singing lawyer number one it took us until elementary to realize we love him. I do love Jonny Lee Miller anyway so congrats to you and also keep it. Fuck you thank you What's your keep it my heap? It is to being obligated looted to go to friends giving parties and Thanksgiving parties and bringing food. You know this is a very hedonistic. Say I want to show up to your event and eat your food and leave. If you'RE GONNA have extras anyway. Why should I bring something and I promise you if I bring something it will be torture? It will be not good food it'll be. You don't Wanna eat half yellow vegans. I don't know how to cook for Vegans so they just let me come with a bag of chips. This is the tackiest. Keep it I said. Can I tell you something this show. I think if you can't Cook Ah just bring bring liquor liquor okay. That's fine but I've been the party's of people who are insistent. Just Cook something like learn. Figure it out now. Well that's rude. No I don't I don't WanNA learn and it's white people say that exact learn how to cook also certain ways in which we all contribute to you. Know what you're bringing to the feast wit. I'm saying Feast based on that here too shy of these jokes. Well I also think that all because the way I cook I come from Africa household so I don't know how to make Turkeys stuffing. CRANBERRY cranberry cranberry. Anything is disgusting. To me. The fact that goes on meat but because people have been conditioned to eat their meat with cranberry sauce That is just a Thanksgiving thing to I eat my meat while. Listening to the CRANBERRIES Oh sure Dolores ridden rip. But no you're right. cranberries are the catch up. I actually think Pumpkin Pie is gross. But are you know what I prefer. I prefer cranberry sauce and again I I think that's somewhat popular opinion. Actually would you're making the mashing the actual berries. I don't want that I want that process. Gelatin gelatinous discuss. It holds the shape of the CAN. And then it's presented like it's still dylan can it's disgusting compared cosby promoted it. Okay so like did he really good. Oh Yeah I would consider. It's like when you you have a karaoke outing with your friends. And there's somebody who's like Oh everybody has to get up there everybody. No you don't want to hear me do this. I can't do it. Just enjoy my presence here. I swear I'm bringing something energy. Whatever you know the spirit of an ancient gay person from a nineteenth century England whatever I am I am I think I would love to see you? Hit the Karaoke stays doing a little less conversation. The original Elvis version or the junkie remix. Maybe the whichever version was done every week on American idol right including one by our good friend. Jackie tone yes now that you mentioned I would not do that. I can as somebody who is incapable of using my voice any other way than the way. You're hearing it right now. I could only do lady rap because they don't identify with male rap or maybe bare naked ladies. One Week uh-huh okay. That's a lot of talking quickly. It was the first podcast actually. That's on let's keep it my keep. It is to do a restaurant franchise. It is Thanksgiving Week. I'm thinking about SOUPS soups are great. It's you now. I'm feeling cozy but you know where I will never eat. Buffet plantation now. Is that why is it still have that man supernet in it. Why would they say why? Why does it still have the name? Also by the way what's with it. Being one word. Yes what novelty evaluate. Do we get from not separating the words soup and plantation because then it would highlight plantation tr. True can see what's the conceit like is it. Well it's it's supposed to be like a soup emporium okay. You know what the secret is. They only have like eight fucking soups. That's why they are. There and soup. Plantation is mostly a huge asked salad bar they also recliner racially offensive soup. Names like the minestrone like minstrel soup. Oh yes it's like mass said tomato I don't know I feel like every employee plantation is always trying to go to freedom so I don't know I'm never eating there ED and changed the name sue plantation and. Don't take this as Free Promo. Don't send us for three soup. I won't it also by the way again as one word I'm just thinking about. Is there a correct way to pronounce it as one more like soup limitation. It's just too much. Sounds like the word supplementation insulin. Since the plant right I want there to be a pun there but I bet there's not yeah I will not support any of their soupy sales. Oh I love soupy sales comic. Thanks for bringing him up. I just really want that lingerie that was only for you because it's a white man who died in the early part of the century. IRA was renamed for it soup wet. Maybe don't give this to them. They'll take tawny tawny newsome NEWSOM Our friend who also co host That's a racist and has been a guest cohost on this show tweeted that Sh- they shouldn't name it soup the shining soup. Oh that's elegance to shine. I hate that but I love it. yeah soup by soup. What is that? I don't know it's just you know Marc by Marc Jacobs. I would rather take like super soups than fucking. Whatever you just said? Well what if they just called the soup that's what it is with an exclamation point Soup but underlined. But then they'd have to get more than eight fucking soups. That's right the the onus would be on them to actually live up to the name you know what suit store. I really miss since we live on this coast now can hale and hearty soups. Oh that was what the other soup girls weren't doing okay. Yeah those suits were hale and they were so hardy. Yeah Carrot Gender. Yeah our soup plantations CARAT NIGGA. Yeah well that's our show. We'll see you next week. Thanks Lizzy Caplan heap. It is a product of crooked media. Carolina Reston is our producer. It's caroline like the princess the one you don't care about our editor is Bill Lance and Kyle Seguin. Eglin is our sound engineer. Thanks to our digital team allies account and not a name Melconian for filming and editing video content every week.

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"caplan" Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"caplan" Discussed on Keep It!

"Nudity hitting me so it was definitely scary at the beginning and probably the first half of the first season and then it's just like any other job. I worked my Azoff on that job. We all did but it became easier to slip into that whole thing as the years went on it. So here's the question to you. Know masters of sex does have. I mean it's the title sex and it is a show where you have to really sort of depict a lot of graphic seeds. How is that like as as an actor? especially that's been in the conversation so much because David Simon having a talk about The deuce and actors and in everything you know. It's like as an actor knowing especially the climate we're in now. How do you approach doing these scenes? How do you want directors or writers to approach you about these seeds? It's so funny. 'CAUSE WE MASTERS OF SEX. We shot that whole thing pre metoo so it it would've been a very different set for sure We had some little seen in castle rock. I wasn't in. Its two other actors and you don't see anything they're not the you know having sex. They're not even making out there just like in bed post-coital and they had an intimacy coordinator onset to I guess. Walk them through like placement of the blankets. So I do feel like I was talking to Yusra. WHO's the actress? Who's in the scene? I've I've talked to a few people where it feels like such a massive over correction at this point point but it's definitely necessary. I think it would have. We were like adamant on the masters of sex set that everybody feels like ridiculously comfortable. You were well taken care of but there are plenty of other sets where people aren't taking that care so this over correction. I get why it's happening and I think it's really really important because if you're first starting out and you're on a set that requires nudity. You don't WanNa rock the boat like kind of period and so you'll just like Oh. I don't need that privacy thing. Oh I don't know I don't need a robot. Uh I'm fine. I'm fine if I'm because you don't want to be perceived as difficult or tricky in any way and then kind of really uncomfortable. Horrible stuff can happen. I'm not talking about like full full Weinstein stuff but just being naked on a set with a bunch of strangers and not feeling protected So those days are over which I think is a really good thing but but for our show we sort of had to set that tone ourselves which we did. We were happy to do it. Of course yeah I WANNA ask you about. We were talking about this. Actually in our Halloween Napa sewed some of our favorite our favorite horror films and acting in in horror is very nuanced in the way. That like you have this motive but also there's not terrier motive because you're advancing plot in sort of way. So I want to know like how many parts of Lizzy Caplan come through Anne. I hope not very. Yeah Yeah I hope not I mean I I know I would come home and still be kind of talking in her voice sometimes My husband was a little freaked out by that but this wasn't one. There have been roles. Virginia Johnson on masters of sex being one of them that I would take it with me. I was always. She was always on my mind. When I left work on the way to work it was just all consuming? Assuming this was not that this was happening when I'm at work and then totally not out of work like I wasn't driving around in my car thinking thinking what would any be thinking right. I left it there and I think I kind of had to because it's so bonkers and like so hi energy and like at a state of like this high pitched panic all the time that I needed to chill out so I don't think that there's much of me and Anne Danny but I hope now there's some Anne in me but would people be surprised if they watched your old movies. How little of you was actually in apart at any given time time? Maybe some of them had to come through the old IMDB. But I think for the most part now there was a lot of those characters. What would you the most unexpected upshot of the legacy of mean girls like obviously people come up to you but what how is it a part of your life in a way? That is also surprising. Well I'm not on on social media so I don't get the onslaught like I'm sure all the other people in that movie get it daily just some kind of mean girls shout out or reference. I am. I'm pretty separate from that. So when people come up to me and say that it means something to their daughters. That's really cool and surprising because of what I said before just like the fact that it stood whatever test of time. But it's the people that come up to me and tell me you know I was really in a bad way in high school and I watched that movie and it made me you feel less alone and invisible and I saw myself in your character and you know the motion conversation on the street and it's incredible. That's the most surprising best best part. Because that's not why I was doing the movie movie to further my own career. So have you seen the mean girls on Broadway. Yes how'd how'd you like it. I I you know I do. It was really really crazy to see that. It brought up like all kinds of Nice feelings that I wasn't anticipating I. Are- watched the movie right before I saw the play because I hadn't seen the film since I guess since it came out and so seeing seeing that again was really weird and then seeing seeing this show which is like I loved it. I thought it was like super super joyful and great and an impressive all of the things and then knowing that these kids were playing these roles they were really little when we made the movie and they grew up watching the movie and feel you know a little old but also a little happy. You've done comedy drama. We're doing a horror. Is there anything else that you really really want to do that. You haven't gotten the opportunity not to get. I feel like everything I feel like. I haven't done anything yet. So everything never ends. I guess a war-drama would be nice. He says well. I did do a mini series of dust boots. So don't you should watch dos boot. I should watch. Apparently it's very good Yeah I think just the lily pad hopping between stuff. I WanNa keep doing that. And I love Castle Rock. I'm super super proud of it. But I want to do even more horror things that are kind of in the like where you leave little social messages embedded in this fun horror movie that to me. The most exciting version of horror like the Jordan appeals doing and a bunch of other people at this point even even parasite a bit like you can wedge your issues like the issues you want to speak about into a horror movie and you can sneak that message into people's brains and I. I think it's one of the few genres that you can do that with. You also have distinctive final girl energy like I would i. Would I would be clutching onto your journey. Yes she is. I don't trust that there is another horror movie that I watched this week. It was the first one I've ever had to turn off. So if you really want the scariest movie ever ever ever it's called threads it's nineteen eighties British horror movie and it's like a fake documentary about out them dropping the bomb. Oh it is so scary. It is so so scary. Actually Lizzy Kinda looks like. She's about to cry. I don't burn. Yeah it was yeah it will shake you know idea you will leave shook you can get. I will be watching threat Lizzie. Thank you so much for castle. Rock is on Hulu now yes it is and catch it out. Yeah

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"caplan" Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

11:17 min | 1 year ago

"caplan" Discussed on Keep It!

"Caplan. I had never run just through your inventory and I like I heard you're going to be on the show and then I thought about okay mean girls girls party too I was like Bachelorette like I kept thinking about it. I am very emotionally attached to your work spectacular performer. That's really really nice. I will take that early early morning. Compliment just a constant slayer we always end up talking about Bachelorette on this show which I think. Great Underrated Viper Ish comedies. Amen Amen I love that movie. I just saw Kirstin this past weekend i. She's so good in that movie and I it was one of those special ones for sure. Making it was amazing. Just also the sneer level on Kirsten. Dunst Sean she's like the greatest. She is such an amazing actress and also an amazing girl. I'm happy to report. I am thrilled to hear. I was thinking a lot about those early. Two thousand sort of films films to just the that period seemed to cast a lot of actors who were really fucking great and now are doing really interesting work work like you and mean girls you like Houston Gabrielle. In bring it on and it's just that's why I think our era of films. I grew up with probably the best team. Once I agree. People will argue the eighties. But I feel like there's an argument to be made for for this to figuring it out and then by the nineties and two thousands I was like okay. Yeah we got it best ones and I feel thirsty for the two thousand ten's like when I was a teenager we didn't have good really really good movies. Mean girls was the first movie that I watched those. PG Thirteen and Janice his character activated something. I went from really nice kid to hoard okay for that. You're so welcome. You're welcome era still sort of hold up as far as themes you know you look eighties. John Hughes Movie. You'RE GONNA get some races some casual. Maybe someone was raped in this car. Lot Abu constant in your face for teenagers which is strange but yet I agree with that and that kind of weirds me out. Because I don't see how. Oh any teenagers now could possibly identify with the mean girls version of high school like they had some kind of phone stuff but barely any no social media and yet. That's the movie that people talk to me about the most that their daughters who are now twelve love that movie. So you're somebody who when I watch you on screen I feel like I'm getting to know. Oh you and that. There's a sense of like hard sarcasm. A lot of the time. There's a lot of casual intelligence but then I also think about it. I realize you are secretly shortly very very little masters of sex. That's not the same kind of character at all and so when you grew up. Did you think I will be playing lots of funny roles. Did you always have a vision for the masters shares of sex type role. When I first started I wanted to be straight up dramatic act really but I was fifteen and yeah? I thought I'd be doing Shakespeare. And that would be my whole jam. And then I started getting these comedic roles for many many years and then I only identified as that and then masters there's of sex came along and it was like no I need to figure out if I can do something else other than the sarcastic comedic one and Yeah miraculously okay. I got that job that was like a full blown miracle and now I get to kind of do different stuff. which is that's always been the dream this interesting too? Because I feel I really we got to know you outside of freaks and Geeks which was shamefully short-leg lost really through like party down. Which is we've had Adam on the shower? He talked about how he sort of really wanting to do dramatic acting. Yes and then you both just end up on this comedy. I know yeah he really did wants to be. I think growing up at that point he may have already been in the comedy world but yeah he looked fancied himself a dramatic actor phony talk about that. Now we're doing a reunion for party down this weekend. Sunday Sunday Sunday. Yes yes Uh How much is party down a part of what people remember you for 'cause I feel like you like Adams got such a varied career And so many things where people can remember you from and it's just now that you both done so many other things it doesn't immediately we come to my mind but I remember I ran into adamant vampire weekend and the security guard attracts the security guard. Like this older black man in his sixties said. Are we having fun yet. And I was like he saw that show. That is amazing and yes party down when it was on it. We had no viewers like nobody watched. It was starting going to get some critical attention but for the most part it was like invisible and when people come up to us now or me come in and mention party down it is like a weird little shorthand like I know the underground comedy. I actually liked those people. The most the ones who have watched party down because it still feels like it's yours. I think as a viewer because it was so under the radar like it was not even the people had no idea it existed so anybody who likes party down down. It's like okay I gotcha I guess I know what you're saying that mainstream shit now so if people don't know you're playing Annie any wilkes. A character made very famous in the movie misery by Kathy Bates. You're on a show castle rock. Are you the kind of person would have seen a movie like misery. One hundred thousand times are are you like now. Like begrudgingly like I'll see if it was good. I've been both of those people but for this I I was well versed in misery. Yeah loved misery. I don't think I would have tried to do this or I don't even know. If Castle Rock would have been on my radar if not honestly my a husband is like a huge horror guy and I wasn't at all before we met and he is turned me into this like horror fiend so we watched the first season of castle rock. That's the only reason why I even even kind of knew about it but I don't think I would have had the balls tried do an Annie Wilkes if I didn't have a spot in my heart already ready for Annie Wilkes I mean. Maybe it would have been less terrifying and daunting but I don't think I personally would have done it. I would have let somebody else who is obsessed with that role. Well I kind of liked that a lot too. It's always interesting when you get an actor. who sort of doesn't want to look at the original performance formats And I know somebody who do that. You know But I think that if you're building on something that so much in pop culture it makes sense to sort of look at what it was or bad benefit of it so you bring something. I'm inclined to agree with that. In specific circumstances like this definitely being one of them but the expectation is create your own thing Don't steal from anybody else and so I think we all kind of our I go into it thinking that but for this I didn't I don't don't even it was like halfway through shooting the season I was no I should have done a completely different. Everybody's GonNa full blown panic bags every single night for the first four four months of Shooting Gas Iraq. A friend of ours Shea. Serano wrote a book in there About movies in their essays from various friends colleagues of his in it and one of them. This guy was Lee. Morris wrote about how Annie Wilkes It's it's a character that sticks with him because she says that she obviously turns into. She is is a horrifying character but also there's a quality about her where she might have been your English teacher. She meant like there's an actual humanity there. That in fact goes not spoken. Love in retrospect. But we don't talk about it that much and why. It's an Oscar winning role totally you know. So what are your favorite parts of this character. I think it's that I mean that. That kind of hits the nail on the ahead she is a villain she is a murderer. She does a lot of objectively bad stuff but she's also very multifaceted. She he is kind she is loving she. has this really tender bedside manner and I think that makes her infinitely more terrifying. Yes right because it could come out of nowhere and in our show you know the in misery and the book and the film. She's very isolated. She's living like on a like a house on a mountain somewhere and our our story is not that our story isn't any wilkes out in the world. She's got this daughter that's like her driving force and you get to see like a really soft side of her which I do think you have flashes of in in the movie and in in the book but this is like a whole different version of Annie this is like before. She has isolated did herself. Does this make you want to watch more horrid do so. You're not into it at all. No I I am now. Oh you are now. It's like Oh we watch now. What have you main line? If have you gotten into right now. We're watching the show Marianne on net flicks. It's like a French horror thing. It's so scary. It's so good. I highly highly recommend it. I just parasite this weekend. It's it's amazing it's so fun and scary and gross and all the things you want absolutely don't know anything about it before you go in and grosses you immediately like you're into it. Yes yes noted. Yeah there's some good Korean horror movies that they do. He's like really cool they they do seem to have a handle on. Yeah 'cause it's like all different you know parasite without giving anything away like bounces between tones throughout throughout the whole thing onboard the whole time. It's really fun. It really is a screwball comedy. It sounds like a carey grant from the forty something at some point so impressive. It's really good to watch those. Tell us what your takeaway from by the way masters of sex when I think about that show first of all the scene I've seen most I think is the one we're Allison Janney talks about having sex and not feel anyway. It's very bracing seen hit a lot of bracing scenes. Yeah so we're talking about preparing for or a day on the set of that show. It got easier as it went on over the years but that was the thing. I kinda love the most about that show. We had all these incredible actors coming on whether they were doing one episode or a season or beyond. And you were just there to like act your face off like give. Allison Janney is like the perfect example. She's so heartbreaking rigging and wonderful in everything but in masters of sex I'm biased so yeah it was difficult obviously For me I was coming in I'm very scared of doing anything. Really dramatic it never done any period pieces before. Oh that's interesting. Yeah so all of that and then playing opposite like such such a well respected dramatic actor so that was on my brain a lot and then you sprinkle it with like super graphic sex scenes.

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"caplan" Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"caplan" Discussed on Keep It!

"Yeah people are constantly sending us your tweet good. I'm glad that in all reality though. I'm the exact opposite of my twitter. Page like this is clearly not me as a person the juxtaposition between the the wildest of your twitter twitter and the say yeah the maturity but it's very thrilling thrilling juxtaposition. Lauren says if the three of you had casted in the reboot of a movie what movie would it be. Well I think my acting would be pretty limited. I would either have to be a spitfire. You Know Gay Dude who cracks jokes all the time or the other thing I think I could do is play a psycho because I don't think that's hard. I think we give a lot of credit to actors for playing psychotic people when I feel like those are impulses that come easily to an actor. So I would be in a reboot psycho because I think I just have that look in my i. Unfortunately I think you've been training to be Anthony Perkins Right he is Anthony Perkins routinely call my time machine husband He is the most gorgeous. Would you do something as wild as Americans Takin Psycho. Would you do a Christian. That's like hyper heterosexual. Which I say no okay? But don't you think we need gay representation in the Yes. I just don't know that I'm the one to I do. Yeah I speaking of soapdish. I think I could be multiple characters that movie. I could be Whoopi. I feel that way about you to dancing but I could also probably do Teri hatcher or I was GonNa say blow in the movie. I was GONNA say Carrie Fisher sorry. Robert Downey Junior. Yeah the Carrie Fisher. Whose name is literally Betsy Face Sharon in that movie? That's just three names guys. I could actually play every character in soapdish nope dish. In a one man reboot. I would also be Miss Scarlett. In a gay clue reboot. I still insisted they do a drag version of clue that feels very obvious is to me I could be Hayley Mills Slash Christina. Ricci in the other reboot in that Darn Katz. Osho are co-starring Dougie. Fresh yes I love not knowing what you guys are. Talking favorite. Disney cat is on Disney plus goodwill I just got I I would pick one I would love to do a really shoddy remake of shark tale. But it's me doing all the characters and really bad voices always wanted to see that But I think maybe probably I'd WanNa play again I feel limited and I'm typecasting myself but I think I could only play like a abrasive. Maybe fan gay character so maybe going Latifah set it off I kind of that's the opposite of what I said but I could do something a little like roughened harsher you. Just you know. Now I'd certainly hate any homes in disturbing behavior writing that down. She had queer them energy weirdly in her movies. You think so I think so go during that time we had an Haitian everything that's where all the choir feminine energy went. Yeah jagged haircuts and Why don't you start a remake of Mr? Let's that's the Ellen DeGeneres Comedy Comedy Romance Ammann's she did really. Yeah before she came out yes and right the she was sort of the rising star at the time there was a time capsule the poster alone. I think that's it for our mailbag. Hope you all had some fun. I hope you did not die from the malaria put in the mail bag. That's how mailbags work and disease. Yeah you can just throw a big bag of malaria. And that's that's what the pilgrim's Oakland dead I think they were just riding around on the Oregon trail just throwing malaria at in digital smallpox blankets. Did you did you say the pilgrims around the Oregon in trail. Yeah Okay Yeah. Yeah so you weren't a history major very I was not and I just said I'll talk so I'm not sure about coming up. Next one of our favorite actresses Lizzy Caplan help us hit our final target for twenty nineteen two million for fair fight right. Stacey Abrams is program to battle voter suppression in the battleground states. Next year could a vote save America dot com slash. Fair fight to pitch in in Kentucky servite worked with Kentucky Democratic

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Apple debuts featurette for upcoming Apple TV Plus original 'Truth Be Told'

Mac OS Ken

01:14 min | 1 year ago

Apple debuts featurette for upcoming Apple TV Plus original 'Truth Be Told'

"Apples giving viewers an extended. Look at truth be told that's the apple. TV plus series. That tells the fictionalized I story of a true crime. podcast apple insider says Cupertino Streamer has released a feature at for the show uploaded to apple's dedicated Apple Apple. TV Youtube Channel. The peace as the three minute feature at for truth be told has the stars of the show explaining their characters as well as hitting it where where the stories of each will go as the miniseries plays out two decades before the show starts influential journalist. Poppy are now used. The power of the pen to have a sixteen year old tried for murder as an adult. He was found guilty and went to prison now. PARNELL's not sure he was is guilty and start sticking back into the case. Actors featured in the feature at include Octavia Spencer. Aaron Paul Lizzy Caplan and Brett. Cullen a number of producers also turned up including producer and show Creator Michelle de Tremble the feature at is available now now on youtube the series hits Apple. TV plus on Friday the sixth of December

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"caplan" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

13:48 min | 1 year ago

"caplan" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Our sponsors you support support unqualified. So here's what's happening. Is he in. Thank you so much for your patience. I love this really. Yeah okay thanks okay. So here's what we're doing. We're calling people great. Hello Hi is this Elizabeth. Yes Hi it's ANA and Lizzy hi. Hi How are you and will you tell us what's going on Yeah I'm doing pretty good So yeah my predicament I guess. is so I've been dating this guy for a little over two years since you first one out. He's really nice. We like hanging out be like good movies. Dinner Play video game. His family is really nice and everything but there are definitely some issues with the relationship chip like he's a little bit immature like both of us are almost thirty And he still lives at home. which isn't necessarily problem? But he definitely like act spoiled like he will be like eating dinner with his family and he just like doesn't participate at all on the conversation and it just Kinda like zones out and he does that one like hanging out with friends to a little bit annoying and some of his friends are younger so it just seems like he's on a different right time line. I guess than me. As far as maturity level goes and then I guess the bigger thing is that he's actually a sexual which it. It took me a while to figure out. I just thought that he was like being really polite in the beginning or maybe that he was a virgin and it took me a while to confront them about about it until like we haven't actually had sex either which is like a big thing but I really like him as a friend of the person And I really care about him but I've never been the person to end a relationship before and I don't really know how to do that without getting overly emotional. Oh and also I still do like wanted be friends with them but I just feel like we're not sexually compatible or like relationship time-wise compatible. I hope I don't sound overly simplistic but I feel like at a point in your life where you should be adored and you shouldn't have to be searching for love and companionship. In this way you know what I mean. It seems like everything is kind of on his terms other than you have never been the one to end a relationship and you mentioned the year afraid of might get like emotional embracing taking an offer them. Is that what you're afraid of in ending Yeah well I I kinda victory to end and then I just couldn't do it in person. I guess my question is if it was to become an emotional conversation. Why would that necessarily be so bad? Why is that not okay? Yeah like I know. People don't want to ever feel uncomfortable like as human beings. We always try to avoid anything that makes us even slightly uncomfortable. But I've definitely we found as I get older that if you can face those kind of emotional things you end up much stronger on the other side of it and the thing is you realize oh nobody gets hurt I mean other than their feelings. Get hurt which is valid. But like nobody's going to die from this you'll both survive and it's actually really healthy to be able to practice being honest in a relationship for the relationship in the future that fulfills you in ways that this one doesn't I agree with Lizzy. I don't think this is the person you should be with at least right. Now he's in like childish frame frame of mind. Yeah so so when you want things from him. He's still a little bit of a boy and he can't give them to you. What in the relationship is romantic as opposed to because it sounds like more of a close friendship so what feels more romantic? What are the romantic elements that you are afraid? You will be missing if you try to transition into just being buddies. We don't have stocks but we do like cuddle title lot and I feel like I'm just worried about that transition being weird I feel like we just lay on the couch and cuddle and watch movies but I do. Oh totally feel like with what you're saying like it is frustrating. That is kind of his term especially like we've never really had sex but we had done some sexual stuff but yet is always like when when he is like in the mood or in the place you know four fuck that. I don't think frustrating I don't like this guy for you right now. A MINUET rose. Like maybe in a couple of years I care about you care about love care about our listeners and I do think that you should feel fucking happy and totally and have an have like somebody who is really excited to see you and really excited to be with you and until you have that. I don't know I don't know how painful would be for you. To sever the relationship with this guy but that would be my advice we can go through painful experiences. And that's part of being a human being. You're not asking for a lot like wanting to have sex with your boyfriend. Yeah is not a big ask and it won't be for the people you're with in the future like like I think having talked to you for five seconds you will probably look back on this relationship and when you're in the next one that's a little bit more fifty fifty and be like Oh man. I'm I'm glad that I was brave enough to step out of that because it really wasn't working for me. Yeah I think I just need to to be brave enough to end things. I guess you can do it and also you should know that like every proper person who's ever had an emotional experience in life has gone through exactly what you're dealing with trip the idea of. Am I good enough. Why does this person like me more? That is a normal and healthy part of developing. I'm still going through it and I'm forty to uh-huh maybe it doesn't ever end. I don't know if I'm right. I think you're right but I would ask people in in your life that you trust you know if you're close with your parents or siblings. I would ask them what they think. Because I bet they'll wanNA protect you and you should one should a woman should and this is definitely a lesson that I learned when I was around the same. Imagine you is that it's not selfish or mean or anything to put your own needs and your own happiness. You don't WanNa hurt his feelings but like you deserve to have the life that you want to have you know you're not gonNa have it because you don't want to have a tough conversation with the guy that sounds like he might not deserve you. That's right I think I need to like learn and like get into my head that idea. It's there it's Oh hard it's really hard and then you do it. And then it's never as bad as the anticipation anxiety leading up to doing it. It just isn't and we'll be so much happier. I promise I'm going to try and be brave and be strong and do it. I know that we're GONNA get a lot of response from your call because so many people can relate to this so please please keep it definitely will update. Thank you so much. Thanks Anna Nice to meet you Hello Hi Melanie on affairs. Hi Ana how are you Great adhered Lizzy Caplan. Hello Hi Lizzie. How are you? I'm great ready to advise us. And so we were just looking over your letter. You tell us a little bit about what's is going on. Yeah so I just turned thirty a couple of weeks ago and I'm Kinda at that point in my life where most most of my close friends are in significant relationships. Were engaged or married. I have been single since I was about twenty two and I've dated people on and off but nothing in super serious over the past. You know better part of a decade. I've been really focused on my career. My work kind of in a non in traditional career paths him in disaster response. And so I've kind of gone all over the country for the past few years and dating hasn't really been a super big priority for me It's always been a little bit difficult for me because I I will have to. Kinda drop everything in a moment's notice and deploy and be gone for weeks at a time or I've it's been in situations where I've been on dates and we'll get a phone call and then have to leave because there's been like a tornado that's happened in my territory. You know it'd be like sorry. GotTa go you know and the thing to explain and so I you know so at this point. Now where been Siegel for so long. But I'm starting to kind of want to get back out there and deeds and I don't have a problem with meeting people I get asked. Oh pretty frequently. But I am where it's like like guys will start getting that file on their face and they'll pull their phone out and I just immediately get terrified and I'm just terrified of dating eating and I just have this thing that goes through my head. The second they pull their phone out. I see the rest of my life for the next forty years sitting on the couch watching TV. On Saturday nights. I am very independent person. I'm afraid of losing losing a lot of that independence and I afraid of losing the things I really like about myself and feeling like if I get into a relationship I'm going to have to Sacrifice that stuff and I've been listening to the podcast for a long time. Been One of the reasons I felt. Like hey I should call in about this as a here. There's so many of the guests that come on talk about you know in Hollywood one of the things. That's really hard as you know with with. Your jobs ops is finding people who understand that the work culture and finding somebody who gets that and so just I just wanted to ask ask for. Your advice are first of all Melanie. I'm terrible at this really so have a lot of desire to be in a relationship. Yeah that's what I was going to ask. Is it like you want to or you feel like you should would. I do have a desire to to be at one. Yeah is it because of like do you live alone or is it because because like your parents are pressuring you know. I don't have any. Yeah I don't have any like outside pressure from my family or anything like that. I actually and at a point now in my life where I feel like this is something that I think that I want like I feel like this will add to my life like I think that'll be a good thing. And what would be the perfect like if you could forget about This is not realistic. Or whatever what would be the total ideal mate for you. What does that look like if it's not sitting on the couch watching TV? So what. Who is yeah? I think somebody that that has their own thing going on to somebody. That's also pretty ambitious. And then at the end of the day what we have together is the strength. Drink our relationship and the love that we have for each other and that's what our relationship is based on rather than necessarily the necessity to always have to be not with each other twenty four seven so somebody who can understand that. Maybe my job in my schedule isn't going to always always facilitate that happening. It seems to me like you are feeling the pressure to conform. But you don't want to..

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STEMinists: Lubna of Cordoba

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:44 min | 1 year ago

STEMinists: Lubna of Cordoba

"The story of a woman who you may or may not know about but definitely should each month is themed and this month. We're talking talking about. Stimulus women who accomplished incredible feats in science technology engineering and mathematics today they were heading back to Tenth Century Cordoba to the Islamic enlightenment in Spain are stem in east of the day was a brilliant polymath herself and also so help to foster one of the greatest intellectual environments the world has ever seen. Let's talk about Lubna of Cordoba very little is known about Loubna's early life including the issue was born but historians generally agree that she was a palace slave girl of unknown but likely Christian origins. This would not have been unusual. Andalusia as slaves played a major role in the economy me there and were commonly found in the Caliphs household slaves were often considered much more loyal and trustworthy than the Caliphs own advisers. There's some point in her youth. Lubna earned a fairly considerable education in mathematics reading and writing poetry and philosophy well. This was likely unusual for a slave records show evidence of one hundred and seventy women scribes in and around Florida that time who are responsible for making copies of important and valuable manuscripts so educated women were part of the Andalusian Cultural Afric Lupus talents were recognized early and she was soon promoted Immedi Orrick rise up the palace ranks. She eventually became the main palace secretary and -scribed at the enlightened Calif.. If I'll come the second this essentially made her his closest personal adviser Cordoba the capital of Morrish stain was already one of the great cities of the world and a major tourist attraction of the time for its incredible beauty and enlightened attitudes as such it was a well-funded kingdom and I'll have them the second like his father before him was heavily focused on fostering and open intellectual atmosphere to dry in great minds loop. Noah's a great intellectual in her own right and as personal secretary to the Caliph she played a major role in bringing together famous thinkers fostering. I'm not seen in Cordoba and curing which areas of study received the most funding and knots attention LOUBNA's own intellectual interests were vast cost including poetry calligraphy and philosophy but she was best known for her incredible knowledge and skill as a mathematician multiple multiple sources attest to the fact that she was a great mathematician who mastered the highest levels of math in her day in Luke knows work is a scribe she was not merely a writer and translator she also annotated and commented on the book she transcribed and translated she was responsible entrepot for copying many important texts including works by Euclid and archimedes eighties and she wrote her own commentary on those works too the her work has been destroyed. We know that Lubna advanced the work of the classics with the help of a major technological advancement the number zero and the concept of zero had eluded the Greeks and its invention allowed for the simplification of complicated computations loop no was reported to have been so refund of math and so interested in popularizing these new easier methods of calculation that she would regularly teach Andalusian children the principles of mathematics matic's and multiplication tables while walking in the streets at Porta her great interest in math also meant that mathematicians were held in particularly clearly high esteem during all calm the seconds rain according to the Great Andalusian historian when it been box you all Lubna mastered the writing and Science of poetry and her knowledge of mathematics was broad and great and she has mastered many any other sciences and there was no one nobler than her in my Tallus Lubna died in the year nine eighty four tune in tomorrow for the story of another incredible Stamina St- special thanks to the one and only Liz Caplan my favorite sister co-creator tomorrow.

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STEMinists: Mary Kenner

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:38 min | 1 year ago

STEMinists: Mary Kenner

"Hello from Wonder Media Network. I'm Jenny Kaplan and this encyclopedia will Manica in case. You're just tuning in. Here's the deal every weekday. We're telling the story of a woman who you may not know about the definitely should each month is themed in this month. Were talking about Stamina's. Women did incredible things in the fields of science technology engineering and mathematics. Today's stem was a prolific inventor created the first sanitary Napkin pioneering product for women's health. Let's talk about Mary Kenner. Mary was born in Monroe North Carolina a small town near Charlotte in one thousand nine hundred twelve father Sydney Nathaniel Davidson and is an incredibly inventive man who encouraged those same traits in Mary and her younger sister mildred. Sydney was an inventor himself and patented a pants pants presser in nineteen fourteen. Mary's maternal grandfather was also well known inventor his most important contributions attract color light signal for trains Though Mary received a good education she didn't have any formal scientific training instead with she and her sister were constantly encouraged courage to come up with creative solutions for problems. They saw in everyday life. Mary moved to Washington. DC got married and started her own Floral Laurel business that she ran throughout her life in her free time she kept inventing in Nineteen fifty-six. Mary put together a formal formal patent application for the first sanitary belt. She hit apparently invented while still in her teens. This was a major step forward forward in giving women a better way to handle their periods while tampons were available at the time they were considered. Indecent and pads wouldn't become available until nineteen sixty. Most women were still using cloth or rags and we're limited in their ability to leave the house while menstruating Mary. Sanitary sanitary belt was a major improvement. It was made of Elastic straps that held the patent place once the belt was secured by safety pins women could easily wear it under their clothing without feeling limited giving them back a significant amount of freedom a company interested in manufacturing this new invention had contacted Mary about purchasing it but as soon as a representative met her in person and realized that she was African American. The interests suddenly disappeared it took. Mary decades to file the patent on her own in the interim. Mary kept inventing things to help. In her everyday Friday life in nineteen eighty two she patented a toilet roll holder that easily provides the loose end of the role and in Nineteen eighty-seven patented an ingenious shower wall and bathtub mounted back scratcher. Mary also invented special attachment for a walker that included a hard surface office TRAE and a soft pocket for carrying items. Mary sister mildred with whom she remained. Very close throughout her life was also an inventor. Milton was a professional singer who eventually had to stop working when she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis mostly confined to her home in Washington. DC Z. Mildred invented a board game meant to teach family relationships and help children understand their place the extended family she called it family family traditions and received a patent for the game in one thousand nine hundred eighty neither military nor mary ever made much money from their inventions but but that didn't stop their desire to make the world around them a better and more convenient place before she passed away in two thousand six. Mary Kenner filed total of five patents. She's remembered not only for creative problem solving and entrepreneurial spirit but for stalwartly addressing a major women's health issue with intelligence and compassion even if abject racism meant. She never got to see her product on shelves as always we're taking a break for the weekend tune in on Monday for the story of another incredible stem inist special. Thanks to my favorite sister this your co-creator Lizzy Caplan talk to you on Monday.

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"caplan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"caplan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Hey, this is David Caplan, coming up this morning and nine AM. Okay. No zion. Still got basketball going on. We'll talk to eastern Trump Fritz finals basketball with Maliki Andrews of ESPN are the bucks. Good enough to take out Golden State. I sure hope so I do not wanna see the warriors win another championship. We'll also talk baseball with Jesse Rogers and national baseball writer from SPN Jeff passan joins the show. Kathak company, ready to roll at nine AM on ESPN one thousand. Kicking. Fifty five. And their feet in Bill. That's what it sounded like right here on ESPN radio. Our buddy, Mark cast as the bucks game, one of the Eastern Conference finals, the walkie came back from down seven to start the fourth quarter behind an incredible effort from you guessed it begs in the NHL, the sharks when a controversial game three over the blues. The controversy took place in overtime non and apparent hand has led to the game winning goal the play because it was not a hand pass directly to a goal could not be reviewed and NFL the New York Jets, fired.

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"caplan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"caplan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"David Caplan, coming up this morning at nine AM. It's football Friday because we're on the weekend of the NFC AFC title games will break them now. Plus give you the gambling angles from the red hot Philly. Godfather who's best play last weekend. One big on chiefs. We'll talk about cups convention weekend fallout from our interviews with Tom Ricketts and jed Hoyer and a lot of your calls push shot. No shot. Pat Boyle joins me Kappa company. Not am on ESPN one thousand. Tiber? Sportscenter now on Golic and wingo Austrailia to open the seventeen year old American roles on Amanda on a Simova pulled the upset over arena salvo in KADO to reach the fourth round. Well, thank you, right or say it with link ghetto say it with conviction. Ghetto math becoming the youngest American to reach the fourth round of a major since. Serena Williams at the nineteen ninety French Open. Advances the play Petric Viva in the next rung that one. I knew meanwhile, the Lakers improved to five and seven without LeBron. Thanks to a ten point overtime win on the road in Oklahoma City last night, were they got job at the end of the game on a bad three point call the thunder of now lost five of their last six in just two games separate seats three through nine in the Western Conference. And finally DeMarcus cousins boogies expected to make his warriors debut tonight three hundred fifty seven days after rupturing his achilles. According to the Elias sports bureau. Cousins is the first player in NBA history average, twenty five points and ten boards and then join defending champion in the off season. Which is why some people say, they don't like them..

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"caplan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"caplan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Hey, this is David Caplan coming up this morning at nine AM to bear seasons in the rear view mirror. But we got the NFC and AFC Taito games to talk about Dan Orlovsky joins us at ten o'clock. It's the week of cubs convention and the White Sox are in hot pursuit of Manny Machado. The latest baseball talk bulls on the west coast. Jordan cornet joins me shot. No shot at nine thirty cabinet company. Right after Golic and wingo on ESPN one thousand. five seconds crossover dribble comes. Fifty one thirty five. Good goes. Of course, that's the way this quarter. And that the call and ninety five seven the game as the Golden State Warriors went into the Pepsi center in Denver well aware that they were not the number one seed in the west at that point well aware that the nuggets had the best home record in the NBA two three. And they didn't care. They put up an NBA record fifty one points in the first quarter as they destroy Denver one forty to one eleven there now at first place in the west Steph, clay, and Katie all scored at least twenty five points to three quarters for the first time as teammates that was not the only one hundred forty point game in the NBA. There are actually three of them for the first time since nineteen Eighty-four the seventy Sixers cruise to a forty two point win with Jimmy Butler first game against timber wolves since being traded. Philly poured in a franchise record Twenty-one threes. They had one hundred forty nine in the game. It's most in a game since March nineteen ninety again. The nuggets, man. This is a bad night for the nuggets on a lotta love. And in the college basketball ranks, it was blowout city as well. Number four Virginia beat number nine Virginia Tech by twenty two its fourth straight winning. It's an AP top ten opponent next up for Jim is a meeting with number one Duke, and that's going to be Saturday. You can see it at sixty on ESPN and the ESPN app sports center. Brought to you by blue blue light a cane cream and blue MO.

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"caplan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"caplan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"David Caplan, ESPN one thousand seventeen. This guy. Does it does all that? Does it allows? Go see a petty trying to it. You gotta really hit it as a tight end. Gotcha. Your way out. I mean, you want to hit a Russell he has nowhere to go. Because the inside rushers right in his face batches has a for the cap and company with David Catholic on ESPN one thousand. If you watch it over and over again, and I did that. Wow. They chip with a tight end. And I'm not talking about a little guy. I'm talking about a beast. Lineman and tight end. And he. It's hard and then the pressure. I think it was a keen Hickson Eddie Goldman up the middle host. That's just Raca pocket. And then boom here comes Khalil from the backside. Boom, Baugh outstrip. And it was just so great to see kid is such a great football player and the people they put around him tremendous. Absolutely. A great nucleus right there in the middle back ESPN one thousand a victory Tuesday after the bears win their first of the season on Monday night football one and one headed Arezzo this Sunday.

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The Norman Goldman Show

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Chrissy Teigen Invades Target With New Cookware Line

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"caplan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"caplan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"You're listening to cap and company starring david caplan on espn one thousand to take a flyer on a kid that i think could be better than where he's going to be selected i probably might go with dante even chen dole villanova and i i get it i get it thirty one points in the championship game so recency biases play but i had a little gertie at villanova that you know i know really well because i've been around him for twenty three years and he was a graduate assistant on that staff and last summer he said to me oh i just gave it away said to me you know i think our best player might be dante beaten cento and so there's something about this kid kind of reminds me a klay thompson you know he's fearless he's tough he can shoot it he's taken it to the basket and he thinks he's good you know that's the thing about dante even chance thinks he's good so that's the guy you know what it's going to be sitting there i think potentially for for chicago with that second first round pick tapping company with david catholic on espn one thousand welcome back on espn one thousand with jordan cornet i'm david catholic danny's out herman is our great executive producer chris black is at the controls easy associate producer here at espn one thousand catch him weekends with atom of dollar and sometimes with freddie as well so i just hung up with kevin o'neill who everyone knows one of my closest friends in the world and he does a lot of tv work for the pac twelve and then he does consulting for nba teams he was the head coach of the raptors aiwa he's got a long and storied resume in basketball last year i said dude tell me who the bull should take it seven he goes i'm just telling you if i was picking one one i'm taking marketing and tips all black and they redraft the draft he goes marketings never there at seven for you guys he said he's going three probably he said donovan mitchell who did he say to oh jason tatum and three would be marketed and so i said to kevin okay here's my call tell me who you like in this draft he said i think eight and the most talented got a chance to be special but it could be a bit of an underachiever because of the level of expectation but he goes i get it if he goes one to he said i'm taking the kid from villanova michael bridges the guy you love love he said i like them i just don't think i make your level on him he said he's already a two way player and he said that's what you need to be successful in the nba so he goes i love that kid he said i he is not a fan of mogambo he said i don't think he plays hard enough he said i think bagley it'll be a very good nba player he loves loves dante david chen but he said the bulls at twenty to get him that's a steal he said i don't believe he'll be there or black was saying there's been some comparison lessons was yours that some people see some klay thompson was fran.

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"caplan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"caplan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Lender sap global intel all banks between one and ten billion carmen and your by your on espn chicago earlier competent buggy over to las vegas stabby we are live at seven bridges golf outing for david caplan mr kaplan david coming out so what happened is we had a light sprinkling it never stopped anybody from playing golf that was already on the court should never came down hot and heavy a light sprinkling that just basically has mad at everything down softened the greens just a smidge perfect naked pin hon it's like if you're watching the pga championship should remember how they're gonna lose the greens and they'll come out and they'll just hose down the green that's basically what happened you had a little hosing down to the greens now they're going to be rolling might hold up as skin that might might hold up his skin twelve eagle twelve what a beautiful hole for you to beautiful shots in a beautiful part that's the way it goes sometimes even the blind squirrel finds the most important part of all that you put yourself in a position to get an eagle and you're right i putted role that like tiger so like tiger he's not the best putter on all right i'm just saying we'll find the best putter on tour.

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"caplan" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"caplan" Discussed on Love Your Work

"In full disclosure who were talking today is bryan caplan who is a professor at george mason university which is obviously a higher education institution how do you feel any internal conflict over being a professor and and and the problems that you see in the system like where do you most what makes you most uncomfortable about your position i guess what makes me most uncomfortable is whenever someone puts me in a position of authority or others the system and that swear in my instinct is to try to fix it and then i find out how people don't really wanna fixed i'm just making ended up just like he enemies than i'm getting like evoting against the entire ruled people mean salia that you've been doing examples event yes so i was on a university committee i won't mention exactly what it was but repeatedly was fourteen people voting asam evoting now and any like and i i'm i'm toning down my position just have some chance appealing on butts in people did not see i be all and and again so is well maybe you're wrong and they're all right i guess that's a reasonable thing to say if you're not in the room but if you're in the room yelling wall in the new like the cavalier attitude toward sack spare money seems ridiculous to me in the taxpayer money that's in institution like george mason access to maybe through loans because each of these dollar of federal loan twelve cents is a tax payer gift is that accurate well so what is true that she loans hell but i say actually it's the grants that are really really big parks so people focus a lot on student loans because people are mad they have to pay this money back at some points even though the rates are really low there's very little anger against just direct government grants funding to colleges universities but in terms of how much matters free money is really much more important than the loans the loans the loans are mostly you have to pay it back.

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"caplan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"caplan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Offered for over half the season and you look to find that backup consistency and it really was hard to come by so a colin delia has been fantastic for the ice hogs and and maybe he will have the inside track to be corey's backup next year so a lot of players to look at here over the next couple of weeks as long as rockford continues to play that hopefully we'll be vying for spots with the blackhawks next year correct me if i'm wrong pat but if i'm wrong i'm david caplan by the way but rockford didn't have a lights out kind of a season they finished fourth in the division but they get this influx of blackhawks players when the hawks fail to make playoffs and all of a sudden they're a team to look out for in these playoffs is that kind of how it's set up that it's correct dave i mean they they they also i think they put together coach be able to talk about this better that my stand and by the way we're going to pick him up just second i believe they went on a on a one to kind of close out the season and it really created some momentum for this team and then in that first round they had the epic three overtime victory over the chicago wolves so dave gain some confidence is a good blend of some some veteran savvy presence on this team and then like these young guys that are are trying.

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