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"china toe" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:31 min | Last month

"china toe" Discussed on KQED Radio

"They think we're dating. I think they think we're weird body. We're never gonna kiss. They're so protective of each other and so close to each other, But it's not teenage love between 14 year olds that we often see depicted. Well, because they're subjects. They're not again prototypes, so they have all the possible ways off feelings that we do as adults off course there probably confused, but they Are somehow able to risk more than we do. Battles. The sense of risk of a teenager is greater, and even if he's more dangerous, somehow delivers better outcomes because your work so often returns to this kind of wistful teenage moment. I'm curious What? That period in your own life was like Can you tell us about what? You were, like? A a 14 year old? Yes, because it's NPR. Otherwise I'm a shy and very kind of you. I don't know. I was a loner. I was a loner, and I was a dreamer. I was someone observing a lot. I always love to have that position in reality, like putting myself on the on the edge of the center and looking at things happening or people in particular happening. And dizzying away Wass the foreboding of what I became a filmmaker and so the representation of teenage life that is bloody and messy, and people crashing into each other physically and metaphorically. Sounds like that's not a re creation of what you lived, but maybe reimagining of what you might have lived. I learned that it's a quite a revolutionary age in a thought of universal way so that a teenager from China toe To Nigeria from America to Vienna. Rose almost feel the same sense ofthe self, and I don't think I will withdraw from the age. I think I would make more stories about it about that age. Okay, forgive me for asking this question. But I could not help but notice that there is a romantic scene involving a peach cake cake..

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"china toe" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

08:55 min | 2 months ago

"china toe" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"And she cared for him during his illness and were pleased to say he's doing well. Deborah Kelsey Davis's the caregiver for aging parents. She's a registered nurse. She helps connect patient's family. Caregivers and health care providers within the information they need again. The book is Caregivers companion. Um Could I ask Both of you. Is your family perfect. You've already answered in the book. There's you say there's no such thing as a perfect family. No one is perfect and the perfect family is a myth. Why did you have to write a chapter on finding peace amid stormy family dynamics? Oh, well, I grew up in this stormy family behind. My mom was one of eight Children and he cared for her parents. We could see we could see you know, families, their families, people, our people, We all bring strengths. And you know, we all have our flaws, right? No one's perfect. So I think caregivers too often. Expect that and work still hard, believing that they're going to be able to construct this perfect Situation. And that could cause the stress on all of the things that go along with that, But the minute we can let go of no family's perfect except perhaps the holy family is perfect. Um, you know, we can begin to look at the things that may be perceived of a flaw. But could indeed be a strength as we look at the family in to try and, you know, honor each other gifts that we have. We have to understand that. Well, you you indicate that families are fragile and can easily break apart that reaching the perfect solution for everyone is virtually impossible. And so As you have suggested keeping Christ at the center. Can help to maintain peace in the family. And and how how do we do this? Is this again prayer? How do we keep Christ at the center in a family where may might might be a A stormy situation. Is God in that way, So go ahead. Tell him something. There's a couple of different ways to do that, Um, recognizing that, you know, we that you know, Goddess created us in the family. It is certainly important, but also communicating often and opening up the lines of communication so that you have a family meeting times that you have a way in which to communicate our day of our days of technology and texts are able to do that. And then bringing up issues and putting him out there so that everybody is on the same pages is very important before there's a crisis, put the issues out there and then stay focused. Focus on what the situation is. And the care that needs to happen and China toe bring up old baggage, or, um Other side things, but just focus on what what is needed and keep presents The person who you're caring for and put Christ in the center of that, and and that will help with those family dynamics. Kelly, let me let me stay with you. A cz. We talk about balance wishes and realities and Debbie comes sure is going to have something to say. Also how Should we understand the fourth Commandment, Honor your father and mother. What does honor mean? You indicate that it's not fulfilling their every wish. That's right. And I think that's very important to understand that, um, honoring someone and is different than honoring their wishes honoring the person is different than honoring the winds and So you know the day to day things of what it is so recognizing honoring that person, recognizing their dignity is very different from honoring a whim or an impulse and when you can honor that person by listening to them by respecting them by having Meaningful conversations with them That then is it respect and that is honor and that's very different than um, and that helps when you're trying to balance some of your own needs as well as what their needs are you write. That honor can become love in action. And then there's a sense in which honor is a two way street. Eddie. How? How can you recognize the dignity of the person you're caring for your nurse, and it works both ways. You both your family and in your ministry. A significant part of that is to Maybe almost, uh, step back a little bit. And look and recall who this person is. I think you know, health care is certainly guilty of this. We see a patient. We don't see the whole person, right? And even in our family's sometime we can look at the person we're tearing for him. Forget The whole person that they are their body may especially in my case, it's aging parents and they looked very different. They nightmare, not B. Same on the outside. They were 10 2040 50 years ago. But there are a whole person and one of the things that I think is really important to do if you start by listening, um you know, I think a huge part of honor and my whether you agree or disagree. Is to hear. Listen to what they have to say. Even with memory loss if you're carrying for someone with memory loss Fastest Clayton arguments to disagree and challenge that person. But if we can start by listening And then respond in a loving way. That's what honor in action. Look quite safety Debra. Why is asking for and receiving help? Not easy for most people. So this is Deb again? And you know, I one of those people who love to control everything in the family, maybe others out there can relate to this. Um And we think that we could put on our capes and and we can do it all. But the reality is is remember. We said, we're two or more are gathered. Oh, Christ is present. And there are people in our families or neighbors or friends who want to give it involved and help. They want to be part of this sacred journey to and for awhile. I did that with my brother when I was trying to do everything. What A. What I realised after praying is that I was actually denying him the ability to become a part. Of the sacred journey that he too needed to be involved too much greater. So I think it's really important to acknowledge that we, you know, Christ calls was all to be involved in it. Help that's being offered. Done. You know, it's a gift to receive that it's a blessing, and it's also allowing others to be blessed to never. How do you begin to ask for help in in your yearbook, Along with Kelly, you write about the four p's of asking for help pause, prioritized plan and praise. Ex explain there's a little bit and tell you jump in any time you'd like to Don't start with PAS Man. Kelly, I'll turn to you for prioritize affect one of the hardest things to do with the paws, part. It's It's basically overcoming any kind of reluctance that you might have. It's simply Topping and pausing to really look at what's happening and toe understand. Understand really what what's going on and to look at it objectively. And then once you paused on the next step would be to prioritize. So take a look at what those things are that you need help with, on kind of taken inventory mentally, consider your tests and then look at what are some of the things that you enjoyed doing. What are the things that you don't particularly like doing? What are the things that only you, Khun D'oh! And what are the things that other people can do? And as you kind of prioritize things and see what your most pressing needs are, and other things that can, What are the things that cause you the most worry a concern..

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"china toe" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:52 min | 2 months ago

"china toe" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It is 9 30 am in Hong Kong and here in Singapore on Juliette's Ali and I'm Brian Curtis. Trading is underway in most of the key markets around the region. Little more positive now than what it looked a couple of hours back. At the moment, we see probably 75% the market's trading to the upside and the C s. I 300 in China is one bucking the trans, Just trading a little bit down here about a third of 1%. Get the details on markets in a moment. Now the top stories Well. Article the world's second largest software maker, is weighing a surprise bid for part of TIC Tac's business. Sources say Oracle has made a preliminary approach to other parties, including the venture capital firms Sequoia Capital. Christian Martin is professor of technology ethics at Notre Dame. And she told Bloomberg. That big makes sense for Oracle Oracle does have you know an attack business? They have a digital in online advertising solutions, so it would be extremely valuable to them. To be honest, tell the pack of data or access to this data, other company keeping not going into the consumer market that actually staying within the commercial market. Sending out elaborate computer data on the back end. The entry of Erica would also challenge Microsoft bargaining position. Microsoft had been the only party to publicly confirm it was in talks with TIC tac toe by dance. Anthony Fauci, the top U. S infectious disease specialist, says Even with a vaccine being widely available, it would take some time for things to get back to normal, Dr Fauci told Bloomberg Quick, Take That the United States should not ignore public health measures right away. It's going to take a while to build up accumulative amount of immunity, either induced by the vaccine all by natural infection to get to the point. We really have a veil of protection or an umbrella of protection over the community. That's not gonna happen. In the first couple of months of availability of vaccine so we will not be able. I hope we don't we should not abandoned public health measures even when we do get a vaccine. In the meantime, found, she said that Madonna's current covert 19 vaccine trial will almost certainly continue. It's a 30,000 patient trial, and it will be one of the first to report results from a large scale study. Thought you said it's conceivable that results could come as soon as October. Catch a technology, A K provider of metal frames for iPhones has agreed to sell to businesses in China Toe Lens Technology catcher joins a list of Taiwanese companies that have bean diversifying away from China and adding production capacities. L swim. Let's take will pay cash for two of its units located in the eastern Chinese city off now the deal is tentatively price near $1.4 billion in the transaction is expected to be completed before the end of this year, pending government approval. Has started. An anti dumping investigation into Australian wine investigation applies to wind sold in containers holding two leaders unless the Ministry of Commerce said the probe may take a year or 18 months to be finished. China was the largest export destination for Australian wine last year, Julia All right, let's have a look at these markets. Normally, we would be checking in on the open in Hong Kong that Tyson my domain set the morning session has been scrapped. We are seeing the 300 down by a third of 1% after a flat finished yesterday. But remember, we had that big, stimulus driven rally on that market coming through on Mondays position. Just having a look at where shall me finished in the Hong Kong session yesterday. Up by some 6.4% and Morgan Stanley is saying that always fine with the U. S. Could actually help Shall me in China, saying that always increasing use of third party chips will reduce its competitive advantage in iPhones, and it's boosted the Hong Kong listed firms Tiger Price for show Me looking at MediaTek, which was a lag it yesterday in the Taipei session because of these Cubs. It is up by about a third of 1% of the tykes also rebounding up some 4/10 of 1% against two in Korea, which had a big full yesterday. The Cosby Up 6/10 of 1%. The 6 200 is tracking hired by 8/10 of 1% and the Nikkei 2 to 5 has turned positive as well. Despite Japan's exports, dropping Stapley in July, we saw the value of Japan's overseas shipments down 19.2% from a year earlier. Quick check in terms of what we're saying in commodities markets have been talking about gold holding around that $2000 level and W T I crude is weaker Brian by 4/10 of 1% of $42.70 a barrel Jones. All right. The time is 9 34. Here in Hong Kong. And very good morning to you. Let's get a news update here tonight is Jill Biden and Bill Clinton night at the Democratic Convention.

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"china toe" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:58 min | 2 months ago

"china toe" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Radio Sports Center Lennox Today in San Francisco Lee how tongue becomes the first player ever from China Toe lead after any round of a golf major championship lead today. Second round 565 Is it eight under overall after the 1st 2 rounds of the PGA Championship. Tiger Woods, two over par 72 is eight shots off the lead and behind the leader, lead Jason Day and five others at six under two shots off the lead day at several points for the round, sharing the lead with Lee but ended up with a double bogey on 12. It just kind of separates. I think you know when you have an easy golf course everyone's imply and when you have a difficult golf course usually that kind of Good plays that are playing well usually make their way to the top of later board. So I just I would much prefer playing a difficult golf course. I know that we're gonna have a difficult golf course over the weekend from the NFL. Darius guys arrested Friday and domestic violence charges released by the Washington football team within hours after his arrest. N Ba Celtics of 34 after three against the Raptors End up 2122 100 Jalen Brown 20 in the victory. Major League Baseball announcing the postponement of this weekend series between the Cubs and Cardinals in ST Louis, today's opener that was scheduled postpone early Friday, but the entire Siri's pushed back after the Cardinals had two players in one staff member has positive for Kobe, 19 from samples collected over the previous two days on the scoreboard Rangers up for three on the Angelsmike trout run home run in the first before the Angel's crowd today celebrating His 29th birthday. J Will and Suban Morning's coming August 17th to the all new ESPN radio. Hey,.

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Li at his best and builds early lead at PGA Championship

ESPN Radio

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Li at his best and builds early lead at PGA Championship

"Radio Sports Center Lennox Today in San Francisco Lee how tongue becomes the first player ever from China Toe lead after any round of a golf major championship lead today. Second round 565 Is it eight under overall after the 1st 2 rounds of the PGA Championship. Tiger Woods, two over par 72 is eight shots off the lead and behind the leader, lead Jason Day and five others at six under two shots off the lead day at several points for the round, sharing the lead with Lee but ended up with a double bogey on 12. It just kind of separates. I think you know when you have an easy golf course everyone's imply and when you have a difficult golf course usually that kind of Good plays that are playing well usually make their way to the top of later board. So I just I would much prefer playing a difficult golf

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"china toe" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:46 min | 3 months ago

"china toe" Discussed on WTVN

"And The World Health Organization. He's deploying a larger investigative team now to Wuhan. China Toe look into the origins of the Corona virus outbreak. The former head of the Ohio House, Nell Nhi, now needs some new legal representation in his federal bribery case. In a court filing today, theater knees who were expected to represent Larry Householder in federal court have now withdrawn from the case, citing a conflict of interest. Householder is under federal indictment on racketeering charges for allegedly taking millions of dollars in bribes to get a bailout for two nuclear power plants in the state. There is a new way to get around. In Delaware County, Delaware County Transit has unveiled a new transportation service called Flex Passengers Call and ask for a ride. They choose a pickup and drop off location, and then they get a call when the bus is 10 minutes away, so they could be waiting when it gets there. It will run Monday through Friday from six in the morning until six in the evening. Our news partners at ABC, six Kings Island and Cedar Point to both ranked pretty high on the U. S. A today pull of best amusement parks in the country. Cedar Point took the second spot on the list behind a silver Dollar city in Missouri Kings island came in fourth place following Busch Gardens in Virginia. Both Ohio Parks reopened to visitors last month with health restrictions in place. You're a B c six. First warning. Weather. Some scattered showers and thunderstorms. Tonight It'll be cool, wet and breezy alot of 64 showers likely in the morning tomorrow Partly cloudy in the afternoon. Ah high topping out around 80. Currently it is 74 degrees of malice and Wiant this news a survey several Legacy retirement group, Our next report at.

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"china toe" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

08:30 min | 4 months ago

"china toe" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"That's really how I started out with the body in Atlantic City who showed me a glitch on a blackjack machine, which they were. They were paying a lot more than they should. On the digital machine. They were giving it back 100 per cent insurance. That's what she told you 50% So really with a girl even though it was only for quarters, a little little 25 cent piece. I left a lot of money, and then he called me about sports betting the same guy. Teaching me about advantage, sports betting and how you can have it. If you have a bookmaker in New York and a bookmaker in Philly and and and the offshore sports books you could make you could make money with different online and got a bit. You go to Vegas. Couple times a year. Like I said earlier about the four corners, you could have a plethora of lines at your disposal to make money with. So I immediately out of the blue collar guy. I was working. I worked 23 jobs at one time. I was there. I was one thing you know, A lot of these guys have eagles will never going to say anything about their past. Not May I work blue collar jobs, my whole life. You know, I have a whole life until I was 23. 24 years old. I detailed cars. I worked in car places. I worked on the boardwalk. I worked on so many jobs. I sold mausoleums. I was selling grades. I did so many things, and I am so fortunate to be my own boss now. For the last 25 plus years. Oh, my God. I'm so fortunate that I fell into something that I actually love to do. I find now at this point, my life half of the high is to beat the bookmakers. I'll just tell you this week, you know, and I look for a lot and they beat the bookmakers. I mean, beat them to the line before the game even started. I'll give you an example. This is this is going to make you one of your view reflects All right. Hold on before before you before. Get rolling on it before you get rolling on that I just I had several people asked me because they know you're very ethical. But they also know you're an advantage, Gambler. So there was a situation I about a week ago. A two block field with kiosks. Okay, where you had games. That where the stuff was input incorrectly by a worker is forest starting times for games in the Far East in Korea, Japan and China toe where these games were starting at 1 a.m. Pacific standard time, But yet they were left on the board toe to 30 or three o'clock, and most of the games that were played were played totals wise because there was an advantage there to where the games were going, and you could see if the game was on an under pace and overpays and whatnot, either An 11 teen parley It up coming in. Look, What is your feeling As for is that if a sports book makes a mistake like that, I know a lot of times. Things have to go through gaming. If it's through key, ask a lot of times. I'm sure it's probably tougher to track down. You know who got paid off? If it's an account that somebody had with MGM Properties, then maybe they're able Tio. MGM is able to go in there and no, avoid the play. But do you feel the sports book should be liable if they make a mistake like That actually actually, by gaming laws. They can't know. Avoid the play. They can't do that in the apple. Illegal and 1/2 Okay? It has to get played out through gaming. You can't just cancel your bet. Like a lot of the offshore sports books could just cancel your bet You're not playing with a fortune hunter company when you plan on short, So here you're playing with a brick and mortar casino. And better yet here you're playing one of the Big boys MGM Corporation. So even though it's better MGM, which is they have taken over the MGM sports books for the MGM guys that work here are your own sports book. I believe that's where there are New Europe and they They're booking the best now here, so someone fell asleep over there in Europe and then realized these games have started. Two hours earlier. They were betting I seen copies of tickets on Twitter. 2:57 a.m. was a time stamp on a picket that again that started at 1 a.m. So just think of the edge you have there lying so basically what these guys did. Is They passed posted. So they actually passed poster, which means after the games started already. We know as you said for the totals, especially some of the games were in the fifth inning, 00 Obviously, these guys bet under And some of them were in the ninth inning. Or as one of them at 11 runs scored. And they've been over 10 already that the winner, um here are related. I'm gonna draw a parallel to something else, Okay? Uh, let's you're a parallel with something in life that we see every day. Well, it's basically like Walking into a Wal Mart mentioned this earlier so early in the week. It's like someone walking into a Wal Mart. But let's use your local liquor store by someone walking the local liquor store. And the cash register was open and you know, one with around that's like you sticking your hand in the cash register. Just take the money from from from someone's pocket er recorded in this and I understand this is a little bit different. The corporation I want to tell you ethically. It's the way the wrong thing to do. But 99% of gamblers because of the human nature and human emotion, they're gonna They're gonna automatically they're going toward that. They're gonna automatically do this, of course. Oh, I understand why it was done and why they did it, But I'm not. Ah, I mean, First of all, I have relationship with these casinos in town. I know the manager of the guys that run the place. I'm not going to do something like that. It's just not ethically right to do so, um It's it's You know, these guys got too greedy. They could have done it for a little bit of money for 302 103 $100 there's ways to do it. So obviously there's been some poker guys what you want to happen. And then the guy ran to the pope. Rumor started telling folk or other poker players. One comes in the midst of 10 team round robin at Pantin Farley for $137,000. If that's not greedy, I don't know what it is, but I'll just tell you this. Oh, it's about $250,000 that we're talking about. And it has to go to gaming now for decisions on what they're going to pay, and they're not gonna pay. I think there's going either way, even though if I had a bet on it, I would bet that game you're going to view going toe to toe gonna actually take the battle of you. They're going to take the back of the casinos and not pay the guys not pay the people that Betty's But, however, is a little side of me that says Hey, you know, they may say that you know you guys bet on GM and a running this over in Europe. You guys should be of competence. It's your mistake. You have to pay everyone that's going to be your penalty. Next time, do it, right. I wouldn't bet that's gonna happen, But it's It's an outside shot. Now. Let me tell you something else. I don't want to sound like I'm an angel here and I'm all innocent. You know, I'm definitely going to be honest about anything so There has been companies in this town of Las Vegas, and I'm going to name it almost their spots for years or not, But it's honestly the the man in me. Will Hill has taken shots of people. So will Hill has tried to rob people. Gil Alexander myself. Anyone that bet there will help you see when you put your bet, Then it goes in a queue. It goes in a delay. It has been like a wash cycle. So the back going right through like if I bet circa West Gate Southpoint soft for the bet goes right through instantly, But if you bet it will help it actually alert them that you're betting it. They look at the back and they have the option of the neither bet. Well, if I'm betting a line that the mine in three and mind in 3.5 and four everywhere but will help the lives of three if I go to bet that game mind in three Well, hell they deny the bet they move over. Move the line of fore they We denied the bet you want. Do you want this bet Now? Therefore, I'm playing bookmaker for them, but even even even more So even though I don't like that to do that. They have had situations before. Like I told you with with Gil Alexander, where they actually just basically make up the rules as they go. I'd have no problem taking a shot at them because they take shots at people all the time in the sports book offshore called five times, five times sports book constantly mid grade games wrong. I don't play with the money why you play, but I'm not 10 15 years ago. They would. They would miss great games. They would Ah, literally mess with you all the time. He's the guy that owned the Tony who unbelievable. Story got kidnapped and they killed him. They want the killing the kid..

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"china toe" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:16 min | 9 months ago

"china toe" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"That story in about twenty minutes planeloads of Americans fleeing the fast moving corona virus outbreak in China or arriving at military bases across the U. S. this week on what could be the final chartered flights meanwhile are you worried about air travel amid the global health crisis then wash your hands health experts say the best protections you can undertake for coronavirus are the same prescribe for avoiding flu the common cold and other viruses more from Scott McCartney trouble columnist at the Wall Street journal he's got some in depth analysis Scott it would be great to avoid flying with some people just have to travel they do have to travel and it and you know it's fine I think there's some good precaution to take but so much attention gets focused on air travel in in the that is the sort of epidemics the airplane does transport the virus right did how somebody gets from China to Chicago but their points not not the cause of the infection necessarily know that said the the real problem with the airplane is you just in close proximity to a whole lot of people and it's really the same at the subway or the grocery store wine or wood or whatever and somebody second there's things in on you a lot of people get sick when they travel and and that's where the fear comes in with this one what what all the experts say is you just take the the normal precautions as best you can do and it's the same stuff that helps to avoid getting the common cold or the flu or or anything else so as you said probably most importantly wash your hands what else watch your hand yeah I think at this point you're using hand sanitizer is is a good option I think opening the air vent if you have won over over your head and naming it right in your face that that gives you filter the air and those filters can can take viruses out and so that's the best there you're going to get on the airplane so go for that and I think if you are sick you shouldn't be fine but if you our cover your mouth and am seriously cover your mouth and and and and you know this this stuff gets spread from tiny tiny tiny droplets that people call often ends sneeze out and so that's what everybody says cover your mouth it's really important speak with Scott McCartney trouble columnist at the Wall Street journal's pieces called how to handle air travel during the corona virus outbreak what about masks there to think about Matt first of all the centers for disease control this is not recommending maps there's just not not enough inspection in in the United States or outside of China toe to warrant and any sort of recommendation to wear masks some people do do with the matter of course some people do because they they don't want the food there is mean systems compromise for minute medical reasons or whatever and so they want to take that precaution and I think that's fine but here's what you have to know about the masks the surgical masks the paper ones that everybody puts on they're good at preventing you from spreading disease they're designed you know for the operating room so that the if the surgeon as the cold the surgeon doesn't infect the patient they're they're not necessarily designed to keep that from coming in and then the experts say they won't prevent the corona virus or other viruses from getting through the mask what what is recommended is what's called an end ninety five respirator in it's a it's a much more robust mask and and and people actually say they're they're they're uncomfortable or difficult the where for you know thirty minutes and and and you're sick of it so that's a tough choice I think we I think for some people the mask is a is a regional reasonable step but it's not gonna be a the the barriers significant very that you think it might be a slightly different subject about these poor cruise passengers one that one ship off the dog Japan the other one anchored in Hong Kong me how difficult could that be addicted to really difficult situations and and and other situations where you know we think this is all kinds of with other diseases on on cruise ships things spread quickly and so you don't know who's infected and and who's not and it becomes a really difficult a public health problem and you really don't want to take you know that is thousands of passengers and just this is if they've been infected incident spread them out to the population I mean a cruise ship you can actually contained right but but it's also the problem of what about the subway car in you know and everybody spread that out what about the movie theater in it you know there are all kinds of situations where we are in close contact with people and you know that is the the public health problem on this stuff is easy to spread and and it spread quickly Scott Scott McCartney trouble columnist at the Wall Street journal twenty minutes now in front of the hour on this morning America's first news coming up next the latest bizarre Guinness.

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"china toe" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

05:03 min | 9 months ago

"china toe" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"Moving corona virus outbreak in China or arriving at military bases across the U. S. this week on what could be the final chartered flights meanwhile are you worried about air travel amid the global health crisis then wash your hands health experts say the best protections you can undertake for corona virus are the same prescribed for avoiding flu the common cold and other viruses more from Scott McCartney trouble columnist at the Wall Street journal he's got some in depth analysis Scott it would be great to avoid flying with some people just have to travel they do have to travel and it and you know it's fine I think there are some good precaution to take but some of the tension gets focused on air travel in in the that is the sort of epidemics the airplane does transport the virus right did how somebody gets from China to Chicago but their points not not because of the infection necessarily know that said that the real problem with the airplane is you just in close proximity to a whole lot of people and it's really the same as the subway or the grocery store wine or wood or whatever and somebody sick in their season on you made a lot of people get sick when they travel and and that's where the fear comes in with this one what what all the experts say is you just take the the normal precautions as best you can do and it's the same stuff that helps to avoid getting the common cold or the flu or or anything else so as you said probably most importantly wash your hands what else watch your hand yeah I think at this point you're using hand sanitizer is is a good option I think opening the air vent if you have won over over your head and meaning it right in your face that that gives you filter the air and those filters can can take viruses out and so that's the best there you're going to get on the airplane so go for that and I think if you are sick you shouldn't be fine but if you our cover your mouth and am seriously cover your mouth and and and and you know this this stuff gets spread from tiny tiny tiny droplets that people call often in sneeze out and so that's why everybody has cover your mouth it's really important speak with Scott McCartney trouble columnist at the Wall Street journal's pieces called how to handle air travel during the corona virus outbreak what about masks there to think about Matt first of all the centers for disease control this is not recommending maps there's just not not enough inspection in in the United States or outside of China toe to warrant any sort of recommendation to wear masks some people do do is a matter of course some people do because they they don't want the food there is mean systems compromise Sir the minute I medical reasons or whatever and so they want to take that precaution and I think that's fine but here's what you have to know about the masks the surgical masks the paper ones that everybody puts on they're good at preventing you from spreading disease they're designed to you know for the operating room so that the if the surgeon as a cold surgeon doesn't infect the patient they're they're not necessarily designed to keep stuff from coming in and then the experts say they won't prevent the corona virus or other viruses from getting through the maps what what is recommended is what's called an in ninety five respirator in it's a it's a much more robust mask and and and people actually say they're they're they're uncomfortable or difficult the where for you know thirty minutes and and and you're sick of it so that's a tough choice I think we I think for some people the mask is a is a regional reasonable step but it's not gonna be a the the barriers significant very that you think it might be a slightly different subject about these poor cruise passengers one that one ship off the dog Japan the other and anchored in Hong Kong me how difficult could that be addicted to really difficult situations and and and other situations where you know we've seen this is all kinds of with other diseases on on cruise ships things spread quickly and so you don't know who's infected and and who's not and it becomes a really difficult a public health problem and you really don't want to take you know thousands of passengers and just just if there'd been infected incident spread them out through the population I mean a cruise ship you can actually contained right but but it's also the problem of what about the subway car in you know and everybody spreads out what about the movie theater in you know there are all kinds of situations where we are in close contact with people and you know that is the the public health problem on this stuff is easy to spread and and it spreads quickly Scott Scott McCartney trouble columnist at the Wall Street journal twenty minutes now in front of the.

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"china toe" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

05:08 min | 9 months ago

"china toe" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Outbreak in China or arriving at military bases across the U. S. this week on what could be the final charter flights meanwhile are you worried about air travel amid the global health crisis then wash your hands health experts say the best protections you can undertake for coronavirus are the same prescribed for avoiding flu the common cold and other viruses more from Scott McCartney travel columnist at the Wall Street journal he's got some in depth analysis Scott it would be great to avoid flying with some people just have to travel they do have to travel and it and you know it's fine I think there's some good precaution to take but someone to tend to get focused on air travel and indeed that is the sort of epidemics the airplane does transport the virus right did house somebody gets from China to Chicago but their points not not because of infection necessarily know that said that the real problem of the airplane is you just in close proximity to a whole lot of people and it's really the same as the subway or the grocery store wine or what or whatever and somebody sick in their season on you a lot of people get sick when they travel and and that's where the fear comes in with this one what what all the experts say is you just take the the normal precautions as best you can do and it's the same stuff that helps to avoid getting the common cold or the flu or anything else so as you said probably most importantly wash your hands what else watch your hand yeah I think at this point you're using hand sanitizer is is a good option I think opening the air vent if you have won over over your head and naming it right in your face that that gives you filter the air and those filters can can take viruses out and so that's the best there you're going to get on the airplane so go for that and I think if you are sick you shouldn't be fine but if you our cover your mouth and am seriously cover your mouth and and and and you know this this stuff gets spread from tiny tiny tiny droplets that people call often then sneeze out and so that's why everybody has cover your mouth it's really important speak with Scott McCartney trouble columnist at the Wall Street journal's pieces called how to handle air travel during the corona virus outbreak what about masks there to think about maps first of all the centers for disease control does not recommending maps there's just not not enough inspection in in the United States or outside of China toe to warrant any sort of recommendation to wear masks some people do do with the matter of course some people do because they they don't want the food there it means some compromise for medical reasons or whatever and so they want to take that precaution and I think that's fine but here's what you have to know about the masks the surgical masks the paper ones that everybody puts on they're good at preventing you from spreading disease they're designed to you know for the operating room so that the if the surgeon as the cold surgeon doesn't infect the patient they're they're not necessarily designed to keep that from coming in and then the experts say they won't prevent the corona virus or other viruses from getting through the mask what what is recommended is what's called an end ninety five respirator end it's a it's a much more robust mask and and and people actually say they're they're uncomfortable or difficult the where for you know thirty minutes and and and you're sick of it so that's a tough choice I think I think for some people the mask is a is a regional reasonable step but it's not gonna be a the the barriers significant berry that you think it might be a slightly different subject about these poor cruise passengers one that one ship off the dog Japan the other one anchored in Hong Kong how difficult could that be addicted to really difficult situations and and and other situations where you know we've seen this is all kinds of with other diseases on on cruise ships things spread quickly and so you don't know who's infected and and who's not and it becomes a really difficult a public health problem and you really don't want to take you know thousands of passengers in just this if they've been infected incident spread them out to the population I mean a cruise ship you can actually contained right but but it's also the problem of what about the subway car in you know and everybody spread that out what about the movie theater in you know there are all kinds of situations where we are in close contact with people and yeah that is the the public health problem on this stuff is easy to spread and and it spread quickly Scott Scott McCartney trouble columnist at the Wall Street journal twenty minutes now in front of the hour on this morning America's first news coming up next the latest bizarre Guinness record.

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"china toe" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"china toe" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Take us alive and we are monitoring the situation in Philadelphia north Philadelphia your Temple University hospital I'm quite familiar with this area having gone to Temple University and Temple University law school others an active shooter situation yeah it started out apparently is a call about narcotics but there been scores around the bullets fired there must be scores of them police cars there also the said there on the scene five officers have been shot none is in a life threatening situation one officer was in an accident spinning to the area not in a life threatening situation three civilians injured in the shooter the still hold up they apparently based on reports two police officers still in the building with the no wonder to soak were so individuals in hand cuffs they believe that they can't get out and the whole area is cordoned off you can imagine several streets so we'll see how this goes we'll see how this goes now we'll see if the media will tone down their attacks on tops and the left well these men shootings in the course here we are in gun control not thank I want to tell you folks something I've been thinking about where we are headed here in many ways we're not headed in a good place the Republicans and the Democrats in the White House are working aggressively on gun control I don't know what they're going to come up with but the this is very troubling to me the people in Hong Kong waving the American flag there singing the American national anthem they're getting no support from the United States I don't even here any verbal support from the United States no we're not going to have a war with China that's not the point but the point is used to be American policy that we stood with freedom fighter these people in Hong Kong enormously brave if China sees it they can just roll over these people that it's treated as quote unquote an internal matter what next Taiwan I'm concerned when it comes to our foreign policy lot of you're gonna get very angry with me that they're seeing weakness now they're saying Kim Jong un fire of missiles that affect without retribution I should say they see a R. hesitance her reluctance the openly embrace the people of Hong Kong we simply want to live in freedom that was the deal that was made China's breaking the deal there at least five other things that we can be doing Goran economically to smother that Slama not to redeem that is moving with great speed but nuclear weapons on top of their ICBMs and we refuse to do it and I'm not even talking about shooting a ball some getting very concerned about this in what happens is our enemies perceive us as weak as all talk and this could become provocative it could become a huge problem some very worried about this on the economic front I have told many of you many times over the last decade and a half the terrorists are not good economic policy terms against China I'm all for because we're using them for national security policy and if we have to do get out with China toe to toe nose to nose so be it and hurt their economy more than ours but duking it out with Canada and Mexico and South Korea and your panel is a bad idea now the present United States is pulled back on terrace on certain products I phones electronics things of that sort for Christmas but if it's true that the American consumer doesn't pay tears in the form of a huge tax twenty five percent tariff is a tax on the American consumer and if China's paying it then why would you care because the answer is yes he tariff is a tax the money goes into the federal treasury leaves your pocket that's what happens certain industries benefit many industries are harmed certain parts of the country benefit many parts of the country are harmed if you want to really take on China you pulled together our allies and you focus on punishing China economically again I'm not a not a problem with that because China is the enemy you don't just trade with China like it's no big deal now it is a big deal but punishing our allies there's never made sense to me and this this imbalance of trade we call it has never made sense to me either and I've explained this to you many times I give you perfect example let's say we buy more from Saudi Arabia and Saudi Arabia buys from us let's say we do that well should we make sh insist that our businesses and individuals by the same amount from Saudi Arabia that Saudi Arabia buys from us what if we want Saudi oil and natural gas I'm just giving an example maybe it's an old example but it proves the point in other words the reason we're importing things from these other countries is not only because we want to but in some cases we need them any can't be dollar for dollar it doesn't make any sense makes no sense China is a different story as I continue to point out and stress and underscore but our allies really and so you're paying the price for this and I'm very concerned about and I told you last year I was very concerned about this with the election coming up it takes a while perhaps a year for policies to kick in and I want nothing more than this president to win reelection against these not shops but I'm not there Bosnia I thank caving on gun control despite how they trying characterize it is a terrible terrible idea doesn't work number one but it's a terrible idea.

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"china toe" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"china toe" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Protection in a world of distraction this is Nissan intelligent mobility dramatization do not attempt recross traveler may not detect all vehicles the owner's manual for safety information real people the opinions of the host on Katie W. when are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of this station its management or Beasley media group United States no we're not going to have a war with China that's not the point but the point is used to be American policy that we stood with freedom fighters these people in Hong Kong enormously brave if China sees that they can just roll over these people that it's treated as quote unquote an internal matter what next Taiwan I'm concerned when it comes to our farm policy lot of you're gonna get very angry with me that they're saying we just now they're saying Kim Jong un fire off missiles but that affect without retribution I should say they see are hesitance her reluctance the openly embrace the people of Hong Kong who simply want to live in freedom that was the deal that was made China's breaking the deal there at least five other things that we can be doing to a rand economically to smother that Slama not to redeem that is moving with great speed to put nuclear weapons on top of their ICBMs and we refuse to do it and I'm not even talking about shooting a ball some getting very concerned about this in what happens is our enemies perceive us as weak as all talk and this could become provocative it could become a huge problem some very worried about this on the economic front I have told many of you many times over the last decade and a half the tires are not good economic policy terms against China I'm all for because we're using them for national security policy and if we have to do get out with China toe to toe nose to nose so be it and hurt their economy more than ours but duking it out with Canada and Mexico and South curry and your panel is a bad idea now the present United States is pulled back on terrace on certain products I phones electronics things of that sort for Christmas but if it's true that the American consumer doesn't pay tears in the form of a huge tax twenty five percent tariff is a tax on the American consumer and if China's paying it then why would you care because the answer is a tariff is a tax the money goes into the federal treasury leaves your pocket that's what happens certain industries benefit many industries are harmed certain parts of the country benefit many parts of the country are harmed three want to really take on China he pulled together our allies and you focus on punishing China economically again I'm not a not a problem with that because China is the enemy you don't just trade with China like it's no big deal now it is a big deal but punishing our allies there's never made sense to me and this this imbalance of trade we call it has never made sense to me either and I've explained this to you many times I can be perfect example let's say we buy more from Saudi Arabia and Saudi Arabia buys from us let's say we do that well should we make sh insists that our businesses and individuals by the same amount from Saudi Arabia that Saudi Arabia buys from us what if we want Saudi oil and natural gas I'm just giving an example maybe it's an old example but it proves the point in other words the reason we're importing things from these other countries is not only because we want them but in some cases we need them any can't be dollar for dollar it doesn't make any sense makes no sense China is a different story as I continue to point out and stress and underscore but our allies really and so you're paying the price for this and I'm very concerned about and I told you last year I was very concerned about this with the election coming up it takes awhile perhaps a year for policies to kick in and I want nothing more than this president to win reelection against these not jobs but I'm not their value I thank caving on gun control despite how they trying characterize it is a terrible terrible idea doesn't work number one but it's a terrible idea I thank one of.

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"china toe" Discussed on The Short Porch

The Short Porch

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"china toe" Discussed on The Short Porch

"But you're sipping on this. Europe's best you know, like, and he was blocking me, but still talking trash, man. And that was the worst part was like e could see my stuff, but I couldn't see his that's Noah Syndergaard has me blocked. And and I can never like because I hate him. I never get to see all stupid tweets about being Thor. Do he's funny though. No not. No, he's brainwash. Clint Clint his agent writes all his tweets. Okay. So listen, I was gonna say if it's him. That's great. It's not if it's not him. That's upsetting. Yeah. I found that out not him. Another fact if look everything is me, and I'm not as funny, but I can promise you. It's me. Yes. No. I'm working on it. I'm working on China toe the line, but you know, still. She accepted in a Yankees uniform. So. It's a tough tight rope to walk. But so other topic of social media I've noticed that you tourisl econo- keep your following small. You only follow twenty nine people on Twitter twenty one on Instagram. Why do you keep it so small, and then also why do you not follow either of us on either platform? So I don't know, man. I've always kinda just kept it at the people that I'm closest with you know, so other than that. Like, I do have a couple of pages. We I'm sure we all have a couple pages we stock that we don't follow. So, you know, I check up on certain tasers now. And I just don't I don't know. Maybe it's because I just don't care to see what everyone else is writing..

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"china toe" Discussed on Unchained

Unchained

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"china toe" Discussed on Unchained

"Lasers like your skull of bench contests and mission is to evaluate the security of our products by attacking them relentlessly. On the hot way on the software at any networks and also doing the security evaluation of of competition because we have to make sure that we stay ahead. So the dungeon is Israeli the guys at ledger. Make sure that everything that we do is secure. I mean, so I actually also want to ask him about this new trend that will probably see emerging over the next couple years, which is a shift from proof of work to prove of stake or delegated proof of stake. So how would staking work if I have my coins on a ledger or in the ledger vault? So if you have the cori- on the on, the hardware one it you win have the possibility to stake your coin. So we are working with critical. China's toes to start implementing banking other this taking and we want to make sure to have the same functionalities as well into the votes. Because for sure that's a big feature that is requested by. Let's say custodian saw who have a lot of assets and literary is going to deliver Dehere here. Indonesian? I the first solutions to do the debate proof of stake. We believe it is part of the future of crypto. And we want to make sure that will provide with the best interface to be able to do that in the vault provides, you know, the the companies the opportunity because again, you have instant access to your.

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"china toe" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"china toe" Discussed on Conversations

"We need to come again. Shooting. I my grandfather. Trek down descendant of Ellen Stewart McPherson in a I sort of say the resemblance, he's like a sort of nineteen thirties movies to spoke with Angus McPherson in the in Brisbane what I've got to remember, my grandfather, letters and the medals. But the thought that there's something almost more real that he that he signed his name in KYW before going to battle is is extraordinarily what kind of did he have growing up in stride. He was from China's toes and the south of Chad has toes on the kite rivers station cooling era station, which actually still exists today. So they had probably two thousand cuddle there. And he was the. And there's a picture of rain water tank, which is made in China tells which which had to cross four in rivers to get to the station with a bullet train, an a multi fold on the back of transporting that. And then transporting Tillery guns for the motto, I suppose model had similarities, I'm not sure. So I would have thought that that kind of toughness would have said he him rather will what was a head that to some degree. But I guess could anyone be adequately prepared for that? I'm not sure looking at. He's he's battled history. It's extrordinary. It's completely story. He was he was in the summer offensive. He was at passion. Dial this will east. He started off a mintier the New South of the psalm three months there. I think and then north IPE back to the psalm and just after that will accord and Vichy reach. So he couldn't have been to two worst place. I don't know if you're gonna have the answer to this question. But how did he survive? I mean, how did he survive all those places will to put it in perspective on the ship that he left on November nineteen fifteen there were no offices. And he was the only officer to return. So. Answer the question. I I guess it has to be a lot of luck. But when you read about the actions that he was involved in to get his military cross. And also the buyer to the military cross we sort of went out of his way to mega even riskier. Yeah. Well, to me about the event that actually owned him the military cross the military cross was in the twenty second of I pro- not in seventeen and it was an enemy show that landed in the in the mission depot so jumped into the pit and with these with these hands he pulled out the burning cartridges and put us on them and succeeded in extinguishes, so the the Omri. Didn't blow up..

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"china toe" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"china toe" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Morning equity markets around europe is just a little bit soft at the seems to be a skittishness after china toes down by one point three percent london traits done a quarter london actually trades off four pips on the day skis make at trimming bank the year to date i mean if you look at london relative to the dax in relative to powers you urgency habit of a mix syndication paris's off by one pit two to encourage sees the euro is far 119 42 yes i'm inflation data illiterate later along with european confidence numbers the dollar is off a sign in eight the one percent we did have a moment of her breathe in the dollar eight did eyes suri the ted rally in the overnight in asian 1963 is where we are on the us dollar index meanwhile result by 10th one percent eleven fifty eight drew empower go for his testimony of tomorrow through igf ruvo's gbagbo leaky at grip the markets cabelas assay trades at one thirty three forty one global could his all country world index the soft or by an eighth of 1 percent at five hundred and two when it comes to the commodity sector as well would just keeping mild brent brent it wti coming off two twoyear highs we saw them at trade quite aggressive morning in session wti traits 58 39 dine a call at one percent iran dine at for the moment fifty eight dollars forty cents and brent crude for january is the frontline sixty double nichols 55 at dawn at half of one percent are the frap is coming back as a tour de force that is the question for markets that you business flash undergo hope is not in the studio with everything else has gone around the world good morning manas egypt's has raised that security alert the highest level off the claims that islamic state proof was responsible for the country's deadliest terror attack ever more than three hundred people were killed in friday's attack.

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"china toe" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"china toe" Discussed on WLOB

"Dirt the last statement here from her wonder if she hyungkyu is ever thought to himself those darn cheap chinese imports well i mean he's got nice chinese imports from china toe as our his made in china i believe so he's he's got connection so he's got the good quality indeed coming out of there teasing because remember china has had a a good quality increase over the last few decades spurs the product levels that can come out of their rate is still get cheap crap but there's also faced of has really treated him badly in this circumstance and i feel terrible him i've just kind of wondering what's at like for him i'm sure it's very frustrating to have his you know when when you start a company it's your dream right this is the thing that you wanted to do you saved up enough money products really cool yeah you say up enough money to get into the thing that you wanted to do the most otherwise you'll have done something else right so to have that dream ripped from you bit by brutal bit by this government watching it being stripped away as these just heartless bureaucrats come after you and ruined everything that you've created i mean that's got to be absolutely devastating i agree with you but at the same time humans are as humans are and i wouldn't be surprised if you hold some level of animosity for these these these people who see the opportunity these opportunists who jump right back in and magnets after he has done all the leg yep exactly so the final statement here from nancy nord she's a former cpsc commissioner and she is not happy with what she's been seeing she's been watching from afar i guess watching the hearings on this she says the futility the agencies position is also maddening the magnet recalls that had been done resulted in a a dismal return rate in other words the public likes the product are not just because it's very cool but also because it has how utility as an educational creative and artistic product while the agency discounts these uses the public does not and what the agency has not done and refuses to do is consider whether there are any ways.

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"china toe" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"china toe" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Next people watch every day and a rest until went into their interest that you know and what being also made an army everybody in this room se it's something that we don't want out in public are which a wife which afraid which a home he's what everybody in but the when you win something happens you got to be held accountable and you got to have accountable and this is one of those wears lie main i think the big difference though that i hope people kind of look out is yes sometimes we say some crazy things sometimes also had on that guy he self fine but we never going to say i'm going to take advantage i'm gonna take advantage of that guy and i'm not been asked for permission i'm gonna go there dominik ryan i want right right i got a rise will assault and that we need to relying they might guys are girls saint you know how bad is that he said him or her win in all this and i'm gonna grab it because i'm entitled i'm not our and i mean it take what i want from a woman who i'm not been asked for permission that is not consent it's got to be like yeah man audio from having years ago so many of these talks in this one gets record high eighteen replay that excuse that he's china toe about like all it was from so long ago k at the end of the day you're still running for president i was yesterday or twenty years and i got and everything is all deal hiring on the ground in from the sixties yeah that's on the field in the seventies in in you got a smaller being go revive move you know life of the inning elway win with that was a crazy night you all these new isms wears life ok will be it's it's again in double now lying one thing that you but they will get somebody just out of the raises like ok minimum here's a number of years now and here's another look he did it on the timetable stein unable job coliseum right now eight six six two four six eight nine two three real ninety two pre alleys department.

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