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Biden Wanders out of Place While First Lady Speaks at D.C. Middle School
"Let's talk about what's happening in dc. Today we had after that to that angry announcement yesterday that you will get actually needed biden with his wife went to school in. Dc to talk about vaccinations and then and then this video. This incredible video from c. span was broadcast. Play the cuts of the wandering old man and secretary dona and mayor bowser and chancellor farabi you know. Thank you for joining us as well and for families across the country. You know the school year. Gosh it always brings this sort of mix of the motions for all of us all at once. We feel the anticipation of new classmates and teachers. You know the relief of not having a here a just disappear just one does office. His wife is talking. Somebody said come and get your eyes screen. Where's it coli. And and i've been asking this larger question for a long time. Dr jill biden right. She's having her husband. Go out there and put on this charade. It is obvious to anybody who's even a quarter logical to. This man does not have as faculties about him. Why are they doing. This shouldn't she. Shouldn't you care about them to a point of saying you know what this is enough. Is it because everybody hates kamala. Her so much that can't even fathom giving her the oval office. Maybe she and we talked about this before. Maybe kamala harris job security for joe biden but this is a sad state and you know it's one thing to laugh but you know who's not laughing and rubbing their palms together it's china it's iran russia right. They're excited this is great for them. They go from having a powerhouse. And president trump who stands for america who american greatness america. First to this weakling. And joe biden. This is great for our enemies is great for adversaries. Terrible for american
Howard, Jokic Lead Nuggets Past Pistons 104-91
"Markus Howard scored a career high twenty points in a coli okay each had a triple double in the nuggets one oh four ninety one decision over the pistons you okay check twenty points fifteen rebounds and eleven assists for Denver which is three now on its regular season ending four game road trip your kids finished off the triple double early in the third quarter and he and Howard both finished the period with twenty points as the nuggets pulled out to an eighty seven seventy four lead that allowed coach Michael Malone to rest his starters for most of the second half the pistons lost for the eleventh time in thirteen games I'm Dave Ferrie
"coli" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Coli cases have been identified locally, this time in a Snohomish County woman and a young child. Now, the Health Department says these cases appear to be connected to an outbreak involving seven Children in King County, Heather Thomas, this Thomas County Health District spokesperson says it's still early in the investigation, but typically see these type of infections picking up a little bit more in late spring and summer months because more produces Being grown and sold. Thomas does believe the cases may be linked to eating fresh produce. King County is purchasing its first health through housing Hotel in Seattle's Uptown neighborhood. We will have several more properties in several more cities to announce in the coming weeks, ultimately bringing safe, supportive housing to 1600 of our own house neighbors this year and next That's King County executive doubt. Constantine and Seattle Fire departments Mobile vaccination team is on the move again, this time focusing on more business District's. This week's pop up clinics will be set up in the Ballard, Fremont and West Seattle areas. So far, the city is administered nearly 190,000 vaccinations. Weather. Cloudy overnight lows down around 52 are Wednesday. Partly cloudy. The high 68 I'm French IRS for breaking news highlights podcasts and more download the Cairo radio at Cairo Radio. Oh, look here for what's next? Uh, me, Me, me, me, me, but also you the payroll fast forwards his favorite born film, but the powdered doughnut. Um okay. What's my line?.
Jokic leads Nuggets to 8th straight win by beating Spurs
"Another dominant performance from the coli okay draws just enough as the nuggets racked up their eighth consecutive win one twenty one one nineteen over the spurs yup it's logged a triple double with twenty six points thirteen rebounds and fourteen assists between Gandhi from really really good most of us passionate people online I think again we did a really good job on the on the global and on there are there are kind and may make her truce losers of five straight San Antonio was down by eighteen in the first half of the spurs Derek white hit a couple of free throws to make it one twenty one nineteen with ten seconds to go Bruce Morton Denver
NASA concerned about space's growing trash problem
"Is now more than 128 million pieces of trash. Left over from 128 Million, yes, left over from degrading satellites, byproducts of past flight missions and other cosmic accidents, and they just keep circling the earth. They just keep spinning around the earth. That is, um That's just the debris that we actually have the ability to detect. But here's the problem even like paint chips. Paint chips can actually be a fairly deadly if they are, you know, flying around at warp speed around the planet. And that's what that's what's happening out there and again when the astronauts get out onto the space station to try to fix stuff. I would think that you know, it could be kind of Bad situation. It was I quarter inch. Let's see. Uh oh. It was 2016 1 of the European Space Agency Astronauts took a picture of a quarter sized dent. It was in a glass window of the international space station. It turned out to be a tiny little teeny fleck of space junk. It was a paint flake. From a satellite. It was, they said few thousands of a millimeter across They said, not much bigger than a single cell of E. Coli. And it caused a quarter sized Out in a Pane of glass in one of the windows. I mean, seriously, You gotta watch out that something like that hit you in the helmet. You're not gonna have a good day. Um When it when something that small could do that much damage. Of course, the bigger stuff is going to be a really, really bad day 34,000 pieces of moderately sized debris. That's anything larger than four inches. Would just pretty much take out an astronaut. Anything bigger than that. Uh or anything bigger. I guess. Then the little tiny fleck of paint would be catastrophic. All comes down to full lot of philosophy, philosophy and velocity. Uh, Anything circling the orbit? With the space station. They're moving at 17,000 Miles an hour, 10 times faster. Than a speeding bullet. So the key is I think you wanna be rotating with the trash. Or simply tried to avoid it altogether.
Beal hits late free throws, Wizards edge Nuggets 130-120
"Bradley Beal's two free throws with one tenth of a second remaining gave the wizards their third straight win one thirty one twenty eight over the nuggets dumbest Brittan scored a career high with thirty five points while Russell Westbrook had a triple double with twelve points thirteen rebounds and twelve assists nuggets guard Jamal Murray poured in thirty five points including Denver's final eleven he nailed a three pointer that tied it at one twenty eight with two point one seconds left the coli okay each scored thirty three points in the nuggets second loss in as many nights I'm the ferry
A Forgotten African American Burial Site Could Be Hidden In Washington DC
"Over the past century. Archaeologists and town residents have unearthed dozens of human remains on the thirty three hundred block of street northwest. Experts have spent years trying to identify the origins of the remains. And they told dc ists. Elliot williams they may belong to a forgotten african american burial site. It's a quiet historic street in georgetown on one side. There's volta park a slice of recreational heaven with a pool tennis courts and a jungle gym on the other. A row of million dollar townhomes from the late nineteenth century beneath those homes. Residents archaeologists have found countless skulls jaws ribs and skeletons from bodies buried ages ago. One q street resident. Diana scholl calls a day in two thousand twelve when she noticed something odd at her next door neighbor's house digging a pool and i came home and the police were there and they have found remains the dc. His story preservation office says burials. Like this are quite common on q street. Evidence is growing that this block was the site of a pre civil war. Burial ground for free and enslaved residents men says she loved to know the identities behind the barrels but she also has renovation plans of her own. I'd also love to build a pool or say you know. I don't like what's the protocol know that you've already got a half a body. She's not the only one with questions. Reuther coli the city's official archaeologist has been excavating backyards and basements on q street for nearly fifteen years she and a team of researchers are looking for answers on who might be buried there so q street is unusual for in so many ways. It is very hard to do research on this earlier time period in georgetown because when it was found it was part of maryland. In most cases the city is called on the smithsonian to help analyze store the bodies remains belonging to at least twenty eight individuals are currently sitting and smithsonian lab waiting to be fully studied only seven have been analyzed so far and all of them appear to be of african descent the law and just ville an anthropologist at american university is studying the bodies as part of his dissertation the pandemic has slowed down his research but he says the q. Street burials are crucial to understanding by history in dc. How do we identify these the sentence when there was mass. Push out about relatives from from georgetown. Old newspaper clipping show that victims of cholera pandemic of eighteen. Thirty two were buried in unknown locations. Georgetown justin ville says it's possible. Some of these victims often low wage laborers could have been buried in mass graves on q street. Some residents even believed the burials could be evidence of georgetown's involvement in the underground railroad. I think site Whether or not it's at nap with jerry. Lawler cemetery and or both. I think it's only the starting point for this network of Taking of the black geography. Georgetown if he will once the lab reopens just unveiled plans to hit the ground running and he has the city's full support. It may have taken a longtime for this project. Come up and for everyone to get on board but oh my goodness it's it's time it's come. Congress recently introduced the african american burial grounds network. Act a bill that would direct funding and research toward burial grounds like the one in georgetown. If passed the legislation will help protect historic black graveyards from time development and decay. Perhaps it will help. Uncover some of the mysteries on q street
Middleton, Antetokounmpo lead Bucks past Nuggets 125-112
"The box asserted themselves in the fourth quarter to win their fifth straight one twenty five one twelve over Denver Yanis until two combo was team high with thirty points in a victory that came despite starting guard drew holiday being a late scratch due to covert protocols you know everything was up in there to be no you don't play the game if not you know what the protocol well because it's not how the NBA and the unknown people gonna handle our situation but just the once I woke up I saw my father was not six are you ready for the game an early fourth quarter eleven three spurt gave the bucs a one oh four ninety three lead with eight fifty three to go and the walkie maintained control the coli okay it's dominated with a game high thirty five points and twelve rebounds but it wasn't enough first Morton Denver
Jokic scores 50 but Nuggets tripped up by Kings 119-114
"The coli okay each followed his forty seven point performance earlier this week by torching the kings for fifty but it wasn't enough for the nagas to avoid a third straight loss one nineteen one fourteen Harrison Barnes hit five three pointers and scored twenty eight points Barnes hit ten of sixteen overall scored thirteen in the third quarter and made a pair of free throws with half a second left yup it's just missed adding to its franchise record of forty six triple doubles with another huge night the big man had twelve assists and nine rebounds and scored twenty three points in the fourth quarter I'm Dave Ferrie
Nuggets run away from short-handed Heat, 109-82
"The coli okay check twenty one points and eleven rebounds as the nuggets won their fifth straight building a twenty five point halftime lead in the one oh nine eighty two romp over the heat Michael Porter junior scored seventeen points into Michael green added fifteen as Denver improved to foreign on its five game road trip nuggets coach Michael Malone loved the work of Gary Harris who had seven of Denver's twenty nine assistant help Marcus Robinson to three of eleven shooting okay was phenomenal tonight you mentioned seven assists well we have twenty nine thirteen that's what we are unselfish we don't play with each other we play for each other Garion body that's not on offsets the heater two one seven without Jimmy Butler who was finally led to be with the team after two weeks in virus related protocols on the ferry
The Straw That Broke The Bucatini Supply Chain
"Today on the show. I am joined by planet money producer. Alexi horowitz ghazi and alexi. Hello first of all parody cardiff alexi. You've brought us a kind of pasta mystery. Not just any pasta. Cardiff dismissed all about a very particular. Pasta shape called bucatini. It's basically just spaghetti with a hole in it in. The story comes to us. By way of a self avowed bucatini fanatic new york magazine writer. rachel handler. When did you know that you were bucatini. Hat or bucatini bopper. Look what do we call ourselves. Ivan bucatini had because. I just think it's cute but i definitely didn't grow up in a bucatini household by any means we are definitely spaghetti. Family the mystery part of all of this began. When rachel started to notice last spring that her beloved bucatini seemed to be getting harder and harder to find at our local grocery stores in new york until eventually it seemed to be totally gone and then one day in the fall rachel was on the phone with her also pasta obsessed mother who lives in chicago and her mom kind of mentioned off hand that she was having the exact same problem. Racial literally haven't been able to find bucatini anywhere and she was talking specifically about to check out. The check is a one hundred and forty year old italian pasta company so when she said that i was like slow mo i was like because i thought it was like a new york problem like a very classic. Sort of like you know history. I can't find my bucatini. Whatever like who cares. But then i was a coli though. Sorry can i swear. Oh yeah okay okay. Great it's like holy if you can't find it that means that this is a real issue. And then she told me that she had actually reached out to the customer service department to check. Oh i just sent them an email. it's a classic move. It was like full of typos. Which is like a way. That mom's ready meals. But her email said i am a huge fan of bucatini pasta huge in all caps. I have not been able to find it for many weeks at any store. It is my favorite pasta cook than the sentences in all caps with four questionnaires. Are you still making it. Please tell me how to get some not too long afterwards. Rachel's mom gets a voicemail from a regional dicicco sales representative named brian. And then when. She played me voicemail from brian. I was like holy like this goes deep. There is a cover up like something weird is going on. Brian told rachel mom that she was likely having trouble. finding check. Oh bucatini. Because of an fda hiccup the hecker exactly for some reason the fda which is the food and drug administration seemed to have put a hold on the import of check. Obu katini and now. Brian was telling rachel's mom to sit tight and check the shelves a few months down the road and the fact that this little pasta mystery seemed to reach all the way to the federal government. That was something that had dogged. Journalists like rachel could not in good conscience. Look away from. This is the turning point for me. Yeah the next day. Rachel pitched the story to her editor but in the back of her mind. She wasn't sure it would go anywhere. And i'll just felt so big. And i think all of us figured nothing would really come event. At least i did. I was like i'm never going to figure out what's going on but began calling to check. Oh i reached out to like five or six different people. Email and phone call and voicemail and no one got back to me and then i was like something in santa's happening and i don't know and at that point i was like there's there's a story hammond
Clarkson helps Jazz to 5th straight, beat Nuggets 109-105
"Your draw held off a late Denver surge to defeat the nuggets one oh nine one oh five good for its fifth straight win six jazz scored in double digits among them Mike Conley with fourteen some games the energy is low and it's tough to tough to grab grab it and find it and what this is one of those nice we just you know figured out along the way the northwest division leaders were up by eight with two twenty five left a Jamal Murray three pointer made it one oh seven one oh five with seven point six seconds to go but Rudy go bears sealed the game with a last second dunk the coli Oakridge topped all scorers with thirty five but it came in a loss to a Utah team that is now seven into on the road Bruce Morton Denver
Leonard reaches 10,000 points; Clippers beat Bulls 130-127
"Sakhalin's big game was outshined by the star power of the clippers as Los Angeles held on to beat the bulls one thirty to one twenty seven Levine led all scorers with forty five points after two Paul George free throws made it a three point game with fifteen point two seconds remaining will be missed a tying three pointer and George closed it out at the line we you know frustrated that we keep letting him get open looks or or looks to he like within another in our you know we was happy and excited you know what I had to go and we want to keep final coli Leonard led the clippers with thirty five points George scored twenty eight and Lou Williams had twenty one I'm guessing cool box
Pandemic Self Care with Heather Ferri
"Welcome everybody to a special edition of the healing place podcast. I had been recording. Facebook live conversations with thirty six of my previous podcast guests. I was so blessed that they came back to join me on a pandemic self-care series. When the pandemic i started back in march of twenty twenty. And so i've been wanting to put these out for a while and now i'm starting to add them back. I put a few out and now putting them out into the universe again so over these next few weeks keep an eye out or an ear out i guess. For more of these pandemic self care strategies. These guests are coming on to talk about these that you can do to easier anxiety about what's going on in our world with covid nineteen and but also strategies to help others who may be struggling as well so Take a listen in. Thank you for liking commenting sharing and help inviting other people to tune in to the hill in place. Podcast episodes all right. Thanks so much and until next time. Remember gentle with yourself. Hi everybody welcome again to the healing place. Podcast facebook live series on pandemic self care. And so we're going to continue our discussions of what we can do to keep ourselves grounded and calm in strategies we can utilize in. I'm very excited to have with me today. Heather phares welcome other. Thank you so much. Thank you for having me absolutely. Yeah so tell people a little bit about you and what it is you do. The i am the author of victim to victory and i'm hired internationally to As a trauma coach i work with to eastern scientists specifically Brain protocols of they deal with ptsd ocd addiction and the psyche abused and Electrolytes produce water and a utilize these two fundamental sciences with help. Healing mental illnesses The grade and They're not covered yet by insurance. But i'm hoping down the road. They will be wonderful. Yeah in the. We talked a few seconds beforehand about the water and it's almost healing properties. I mean just the health benefits of it alone right. It is it's I've been very busy in the last week. Talking to families specifically mothers and speaking to business owners about this device because we think of water there's hundreds on the market but this is actually a licensed medical device. It's actually been used. Japanese hospitals for forty five years. It has substantial clinical research and one of the waters create seven different types of waters for seven purposes. Yelling but one of them is the two point. Five electrolysers hyper clerk acid wash and wanted to get that right and that water is fda approved to clean restaurants that water japanese hospitals is used to a cleans their medical facilities. They're medical equipment. It is actually could kill intense Ten minutes in this is an pubmed things like staff e. coli aids Mercer these are very very very powerful property right now and so. I'm trying to teach business owners the value of not just the machine but to really go green and to really have the product to clean your facilities in especially when you open your doors again to have a spray bottle of this spring hands. All the time is really important. You can use the two point five water also to gargle to kill things like strap infections Gum disease cavities. You can use a little bit in the ears. So it's i always said years ago. I started using the products which people drink goodwater clean water. I said it was really the specialty waters. That were priceless now. In this sort of situation short in people are now paying attention to even people who have purchased a device. I've actually been doing a zoom sessions to teach them about how to use that water specifically because they're like. Oh my gosh. i didn't know. I didn't know and it's overwhelming at first because it's a new way of working it's a it's it's seven types of waters. We only think there's one water to drink with. Ray didn't move. There are so many options and then obviously the drinking water has healing properties or medical grade properties for the first twenty four hours to help detox things like viruses wonderful
Home Alone with Sydney Garrell
"We are. We alive we are live. we are not live sydney. Welcome back you guessed a high again no way. No i didn't know sidney from the room In some ways these movies could be any more different but You love them both. i suppose. Yeah so we'll own for me was probably going to my honestly. My favorite christmas lee growing up can remember the first year. I watched it but it quickly became a tradition for my dad and i watch it every year when i was little and my mom got so sick of it. She dropped out of that tradition. But i think if it's on tv or you know just count on. The top of our minds will still get watch here there during the holiday season. So it's definitely close to my heart. I could probably quote the whole thing still for sure for sure. I mean it's it's so much a part of the pop culture of everything. I mean just coli called can it. So many conic lines his whole attitude. i mean. He's he's so adorable. It's it's just. It's a truly iconic movie that i have to admit i. I think this may be my second time ever seeing it like i. I think my mom didn't like this movie because i brought it up Like i'm doing homeland. This like home loan. Please please reach out to us. If your mom likes home-loan 'cause i clear moms but yet like i think she didn't like it and somehow it just wasn't in the rotation So yeah. I don't have the childhood memories with this movie but like just watching this around you can kinda see how it's just it's a. It's like a lightning in a bottle kind of movie. Just everything comes together perfectly to got a great childhood actor you've got a great supporting cast and And and like john hughes movie which is awesome. Yeah i loved. I loved john hughes movies growing up as well. I think didn't macaulay culkin start out. And john hughes busy uncle buck is is that it it was. It was macaulay culkin and john. Candy is also in that john candy. Yes yeah wow who plays the polka king polka king of the midwest polka polka. Yeah no so john john. Candy is in this Yeah catherine o'hara catherine are hard. Has she like totally find your. I'm catherine o'hara apparently like a bunch of people it it went viral recently. 'cause catherine o'hara on some special media like was was was quoting her old her old lines from home alone and like all these people online were week catherine o'hara as the mom from home loan. Like what the hell like like people did not connect the to chase had such a crazy couple years with all her like It's creek and stuff that she's shits creek. Yes yes literally just watching that before the mom from cheese mora She's moya. This is what i'm ties on. Say it it's more how to pronounce that name she's war-era for shits creek kathleen high. I would never have guessed. I i mean this was nineteen ninety converted. Two thousand twenty or however long shits creek has been i mean she's an icon like so glad that she's finally getting the recognition that she'd deserves but i'm glad i could break that to you. She is yeah creek. No where near. I've nowhere near the knowledge you do when it comes to movies actors for that matter so
"coli" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"I forgot this other story. There is one part of the world that doesn't have it. Out of the South Pacific, where I like to hang out from time to time in the Marshall Islands. Now, with Ray bringing this up, You already know the story. They didn't have it, but they do now. First two cases came in from where America, of course to women with Cove in 19 have now infected the marshals their first cases. Of this Corona virus. That's you know, I mean, it was one of the last places on earth that was clean. Had no disease and we bring it there. I don't think these two women did this intentionally. Believe me. The girl Scouts. A very mysterious tweet by the girl Scouts congratulating the new Supreme Court Justice. Amy Call me, Baron. Drew such outrage from the N. E. Coli Barrett haters. That they deleted it on Ly to draw a huge backlash from the supporters of Amy Cockney Barrett. They can't win on this one. It's kind of a wild story. And you will absolutely hear it today on K. M. J. Amidst all this other stuff we're going to get into and you know it's Friday. I don't know what it is, but I want to do something fun today. You know everything's been such a downer down or down or down, or downer a downer in my life downer in your life. There was a pick around between the news stories today and see if I can find something fun that we can play with. You don't give in to a little one on one exchange. Those are the best ones When we do that, usually somebody has to die before we we get into these great shows where it's you know. A lot of exchanging opinions about somebody who was a great guitarist or a great actor. Whatever. I'm not anticipating any body dies between now and two, but it's that type of show where we exchanged all of this stuff that I I love those But you know, something usually has to happen. It's usually negative that turns into a positive and why am I even bring this up? It's like I'm jinxing Some boards. SOA lot. Shut up now. First break and then we'll get going. News Talk 5 81 059.
Do Lakers deserve an asterisk for 2020 championship run?
"Got mentioned Perc said, no Asterix Brian Windhorst are ESPN NBA insider on the hoop collective podcast whether he thinks this title and remember he's been around Lebron longer than anybody that's been covering him whether this title is free clear and legit. I just have really strong beliefs that winning a championship is so hard. No matter. The circumstances that there's never an Asterik I'll I'll never ever I gotta be careful being so you know absolute but I just never believed that I and so this year. I thought that the level of play was great and I thought that the level that the Lakers showed in this bubble was spectacular. They are the absolute worthy champions. It's fair enough. The offense in the bubble especially was at another level. I don't understand why people would even have that conversation I mean you gotTa. All. NBA Players. And all the coaches and the people that have come on with US clearly state how hard it here's the plane of bubble without fans in you have to motivate yourself. I've gone through this many times trying to explain to people. They're stuck in an environment with no fans limited family and supporting family members and friends around. They're stuck in a hotel room not stuck in a ten thousand square foot house. This stuck in. Hotel Room One TV. Okay wallpaper on the walls. You can hear the next door neighbor a thin walls like really like and they're eating basically the same sort of gourmet cookie. There is no going out and getting this. It's totally different. I am not going to do a disservice to the Lakers by giving them Astros for this year saying, Oh, this is crazy. It's insane what they've been able to pull off during a pandemic during social justice all the things they've stood for not being around their family to do this wasn't insane insane year end insane accomplishment, but but. I do look forward to next year. That was your Asterik, I do I do I do afford to win Steph? Curry Klay Thompson draymond green when they're fully healthy what they can bring to the table I. Do look forward to seeing what the clippers will bring to the table and if they actually do how higher coach right if they actually do meet in the playoffs how that will be the coli that's pg going Lebron James and I do look forward to seeing you know Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving and Brooklyn what that brings it a table what happens with the would milwaukee and Jaanus. Could they get a Bradley bill to come to the table that missing link with Chris Middleton? There are a lot of things that look forward to next year considering if teams have to go on the road and when that or how that stuff plays out when it's not at a new site. So never going to disservice this was one of the most incredible things I've ever seen, but I do so why? So why are people out there trying to do a disservice given ashes to the? Lakers. Why? I I think people were doing that at the beginning by saying, Hey, you know you're not GonNa but They didn't make any sense he. Didn't make any sense I mean those are the people that haven't been to the bubble that haven't left their family for three and a half four months that don't know what the social pressure is the pressure to be alone to handle all that stuff there somewhere else.
Officials issue boil water advisory for metro Atlanta city
"City City residents residents are are under under a a boil. boil. Water Water advisory advisory after after E. E. Coli Coli is is detected detected in in its its water water system system fair fair brings brings utilities utilities manager manager says says that that their their water water comes comes straight straight from from the the city city of of Atlanta, Atlanta, and and they they regularly regularly monitor monitor its its safety. safety. Her Her brain brain is is now now Flushing Flushing it it system system to to track track down down the the source source of of the the bacteria. bacteria. The The boil boil water water advisory advisory will will remain remain in in effect effect until until tests tests come come back back negative and the
A Top Crypto Exchange CEO Explains Why The 2020 Boom Is Different
"I'm really excited about our guest today a very important player in the industry, of course, over the last several months along with everything else everything's going to the moon these days stocks gold. Bond you name it. CRYPTO currencies are no exception and it feels like there's certainly the most amount of enthusiasm that we've seen in. CRYPTO price in the the boom in twenty seventeen, and still the questions are remain in. There's still plenty of skeptics. What's it forward this all going is this just another bubble that will burst like last time though we're going to dig into some of these questions today very excited to bring in our guest Catherine Coli. She is the CEO of financial us a crypto currency exchange in the US, a wholly owned subsidiary. By chance to one of the biggest crypto currency exchanges in the world Catherine thank you very much for joining us. Thank you so much. Really excited to be on. So I do remember last time during last the last boom twenty-seven teen We did see the emergence of finance, which is the company that owns you just what is the structure and relationship of finance and financial us. I hate to come out of the gates correcting you on a couple of things, but I'm going to so okay, that's fine. That's fine. So binavince DOT COM, it's a global ecosystem that really has been around for the last three years at really expanding the access around the world for people to engage with digital assets and around last year in the summertime. I joined to become the CEO Finance us which is actually an independent. Entirely run out of the United States with the ability to license the technology that finance dot COM has. So you think about matching engine, the tech stack that's really there. We're able to really bring that into the US as well as customize it entirely for an American audience. So when you think about a Crypto crypto global platform, so many things are so different in the United States, the on ramps. Ach Debit cards, wires, all the dollar components. So everything has to be custom fit and made specifically to the US. So that's really where by Nance US comes in the other components are US regulation. So in terms of violence us, we're a registered with Fincen we have a are regulated by the state level with the money transmitter licences fully operating in thirty eight states the newest state in Florida and so everything we're doing is in line with the US regulation. As catered to in American user. Got It okay. With that out of the way and I appreciate you clarifying it and I want people to understand what the exact structure is. Let me start with what I see is sort of one of the issues or problems with the crypto currency industry writ large as a market and. I want to hear I'm sure you'll disagree with me but this is this is something that I think about a lot so. Late. Twenty seventeen or you know people started getting like super into Bitcoin also a theory and maybe a couple of others. And then by like. November and December of that year suddenly the market was just flooded with supply and suddenly it's like and now here by some bitcoin cash and then here by like eight more heard forks of bitcoin cash. Oh, and there's like fifty other. ICO's. So basically you have this thing which kind of started off essentially as bitcoin and bitcoin alone in one of the big selling point was the fact that is unique that there's a fixed supply of it but then the industry strikes me as manufacturing. So many new assets to capture the demand for crypto and so suddenly exchanges become in my mind flooded. With new coined new project very fast the incentive for new players is not to jump on a project that say already gone up ten thousand percent but to start a new project that could itself go ten thousand percent and so then eventually it all of comes crumbling down because the investor the end buyer is just sort of choked with us so much apply and so am curious if you think that phenomenon Israel it seems like that way to me and are we seeing it again this time with the numerous the hundreds of new coins that seemed to be emerging onto the ecosystem every day. You hit the nail on the head. So when she knock Komodo came out with is in the or imagination for a peer to peer network with this scarce. Asset You realized that this would be absolutely possible assuming no other coin was manufactured. No other supply came in to dilute it, and this was the only way that would be. But. You forget that humans have a competitive need, and so we really can't take people away from building something that can be better stronger or better marketed or cater to a different audience, and so you're going to always see people try to riff on it or a fork as the The industry says along when you're using the same elements of a blockchain, just rebranding it and so with that I, I agree with you that it does seem like, oh no, I can't I can't really see which one I'm going to be involved in, but that's really the element that we face in all things in life. I it wasn't the Coca Cola was the only carbonated beverage that was out there. You are always going to see something come up new something that can either be capturing a new market audience or something that was gonna be delivering a different need so that that's really where I see the human need for competition continuing and we have to accept that. The best part about that is you get innovation so where there sings like the birth of the theory on which then has led a c. items as humorous as Crypto Kitties, and then as impactful as stable coins, you're also seeing it changed the way were were seeking yields now. So you've got different components that are letting people really evaluate industry can change the game
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"coli" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You
"He found that while only four percent of the healthy kids responded to the E coli antibody test like they were positive ninety. Five percent of sick kids did And so then he went to go on to describe the strain in several more that were pathogenic to humans interesting. Okay so now. Here's the part that you've probably been waiting for. Maybe maybe you've enjoyed all of this. I have enjoyed all of this. Okay Good Ed. Enter O one five seven H.. Seven don't don't don't Although we can't say for sure o-on five seven seems to be a pretty recent arrival like nineteen seventy five to be shell that's super recent. Yeah no samples. Can It'd be found before then fascinating it. I made headlines in early Nineteen eighty-two in Medford Oregon and later that same I'm year in traverse city Michigan the source was undercooked Burgers at McDonalds and then it went quiet for about ten years until the infamous nineteen ninety-three Jack in the box outbreak jd. Baby I've never had jack in the box. Do they not have it out east now. Ah Like I dunno past the Mississippi River. Oh interesting yeah. Jt Man there have been dozens of o one five seven outbreaks all over the world. Since its first appearance and I could probably go into each one of them to talk about the source of infection and the lessons learned. But I'm just going to focus on the Nineteen ninety-three Jack Doc in the box outbreak in the western. US because this is probably the most famous foodborne or E coli outbreak interview ass us. If pretty it's massive everyone still talks about it. Yeah E. Coli like in as a popular phrase or got known phrase. Yeah people yeah totally. It resulted in landmark personal injury lawsuits increased oversight of food production and widespread public awareness. US of this deadly pathogen which burgers used to be safe before this maybe some worms. It started around Christmas in nineteen ninety two when six year old Lauryn Rudolph was rushed to the ER in San Diego after having bloody diarrhea. After a few days of battling the illness she passed away and in January nineteen ninety-three doctors at Children's Hospital in Seattle started noticing an unusual number of kids with he melodic uremic syndrome. which is that thing you described and this set off some alarm bells? Because you don't really see that a number number of cases very often it's not it's it's it's pretty rare right. Yeah and so. The high number of H. U. S. cases which is the HMO. Oh Him Olympic uremic syndrome. I'm just GonNa Call H. U. S.. It pointed towards an E coli outbreak. But those usually happen in the summer so where could these cases becoming from the children were connected to one another in any way like that at daycare or something like that but there must have been a shared source somewhere epidemiologists that were assigned to the case. Did their thing asking parents about their lives. Are Movement patterns what food they ate at home where they ate and eventually a likely Lee culprit emerged Jack in the box. The Nation's did you know is the nation's oldest fast food chain no. I did not know that it beat out McDonald's by like a couple of months hum anyway they so jack in the box had recently been having this big promotion for their Monster Burger so good. It's scary Harry. In retrospect not a great Nagami. They don't make that Burger anymore. No I don't think so the PR campaign to get Jack in the box to not fold as a company is pretty. I think also landmark. There's like that's a whole podcast in and of itself I feel like Eric. Oh for sure. So the President of Jack in the box Bob Nugent. When notified that the company might be the source of this horrible outbreak? He immediately stopped all of the restaurants in the affected areas from serving their burgers and destroy the possibly contaminated batches of beef. Wow Yeah oh he was. He acted as fast as he. I think it seemed like like as fast as you could. Yeah that's awesome and he did all this without being entirely convinced that it was the beef that Jack in the box in the first place but I mean but you have dead kids hits so it's like exactly yeah. Everyone was very like a lot of the people who were at Jack in the box. I think were felt felt awful. Like yeah we're very very troubled by. I can't even imagine by their. Yeah their inactions. I think had done and so people knew at this time. People knew that under-cooked chicken could be a problem in terms of Salmonella but no one really had heard of outbreaks of food poisoning associated with beef. It it was a new thing at that point or at least it seemed to be according to this book and so even though there had been this E. coli outbreak just ten years before the Jack in the box. The one that was AH. McDonald's had gone quietly buried and so donald wasn't really named and so when Washington state epidemiologist John Kobe. She told Bob Nugent the president of Jack in the box that this horrible outbreak affecting all of these kids was likely tied to e Coli Contaminated Burgers. New who is like what so. Even though the contaminated beef had been stopped it was too late for a lot of people mostly children by the end and of the epidemic seven hundred thirty two people were infected with E coli seven hundred thirty. Two confirmed confirmed wool. All traced traced back to Jack in the box restaurants in Washington. Idaho Nevada Nevada. How do I say Nevada and I know that's wrong? aww I need to say it properly. Nevada Nevada and California. Leave believe that in because it's the funniest thing I've ever heard people. A lot of people say Nevada Nevada. But the way that you went Nevada. Nevada say newest was wrong as it left by embarrassing avoiding. These restaurants wasn't enough though. One of the four children who died during the the outbreak was seventeen month old Riley detweiler and he contracted E. coli from a friend in daycare. who had picked up the bacteria from a burger? Aw there were two other children who died. Selena shrimps and Michael Knoll and all of the kids who died from this outbreak were younger. Were six six years or younger. Those babies yeah I saw. Yeah even if you were fortunate go to survive the initial infection many people over one hundred experience long term side effects from the infection. Obviously with so so much tragedy and suffering experience as a result of this epidemic. People wanted answers to questions like how did this happen. And how can we make sure this doesn't happen again. The first question. How did this happen actually ended up being fairly easy to answer? So in Nineteen ninety-three.
"coli" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You
"I think for most people. The words E. Coli bring to mind these images of that. You kind of just went over and described as writhing gut bloody diarrhea area just doubled over in the bathroom trying to hang on and a smaller subset may also think of equalize role as a model organism UNISOM in the lab. That's what I think of. If we're honest have you worked with E. coli before in the left Yes I used it. During my master's a lot in also because we we use it as a water quality indicators so right worked with a lot actually in the past yeah it's a it's a stinky colonizer Yeah not smell good. When you've created the big culture smells so bad? They're bad but I think that those two roles you know this like super super pathogenic one and also this lab model organism account for a tiny amount of the amazing diversity of E.. Coli ooh cool has it. Coli is found and all over the era Oh yeah inside people and animals and stuff and also outside of them which is why it makes for a terrible water quality indicator right. Yeah I was actually point. Yes thank you and also they're. They're incredibly numerous. So Carl Zimmer estimated in his book about E-coli which was great by the way he estimated that there are about a hundred billion billion E. coli on earth which is not a number I can comprehend and I don't know if anyone can comprehend it. Please let us know. These bacteria are among the top. If not the very top most studied organisms on the planet research on E. Coli has led to Nobel prizes due to genetic engineering to insights into evolution and cellular biology. How genes work and there could really be an entire podcast series on the contributions of E. coli to our understanding of how life works so? Let's start at the beginning and to do that. We have to go so far back Jack so so far back before humans were even humans because e coli has been with us for as long as we've been a species and way before and probably caused occasional foodborne illnesses during that long relationship but until microscopy microbiology emerged. It's hard to pinpoint exactly what might have caused the fatal diarrhea of the of this or that person and be able to conclusively say that it was E. coli So this is more. This history is less. These are the pandemics of E.. Coli and more. Yeah more. You're about to find out so humans I learned about the existence coli when in eighteen eighty five. A German pediatrician named theater. ASSURAS did we even say. Oh my God no because you know what I can't can't pronounce it and I didn't want another. Gr Dea situation well okay. Shia Shia Shia sharee Shia escherichia. I have never attempted to pronounce that word in my life. I don't I mean I've tried to do it but I don't I mean it's an attempt of course but I remember my micro micro professor in. Undergrad Undergrad saying that one of his friends who was also microbiologist gave their daughter the middle name of Sherie Shia because he thought it was so beautiful. Wow Weird anyway okay. So anyway. Theater which was looking at baby poop under the microscope and notices this is a bunch of rod shaped bacteria and the reason he was looking at baby poop because he had been waging a full on war against diarrhea believing it to be one of the biggest killers of infants under his care and he was right totally. Yeah Yeah for sure. He was looking under the scope to try to so if he could figure out what's good bacteria and what's bad bacteria which I think yeah. Eighteen eighty five forward thinker. And so he would look for bacteria in both healthy healthy and unhealthy children and say. Okay what can I find in just the unhealthy ones versus. What do I find both And he found AH E. coli in both and so he didn't really consider it to be that interesting of finding but he published it anyway and absolutely. no-one took note of it. Shocker and the original name which was much easier to pronounce was bacterium coli funniness so so common bacteria of the Colon. Wow but seven years after his death in one thousand nine hundred scientists renamed it after him. Oh Okay so just a few years after that. A biochemist named Edward Tatum. I don't know I really want to know if he's related to changing tastes your channing. Yeah Edward tatum started to culture. A strain of E. coli the K.. Twelve strain if you're curious in the lab and the K.. Twelve of this K.. Twelve strain that's so popular lower. Today was isolated from a dude who had diptheria and was living in California in the early nineteen hundred so way right yeah and just happened to have this strain of E. coli. I don't really know the full story but yeah I assume that's because this is a harmless straighten like this. This is a non pathogenic. Yeah right so. TATUM had recently gotten super interested in the field of genetics. Because this is the early nineteen hundreds and and he had actually worked with. Thomas Hunt Morgan and George beadle which like two of the biggest pioneers in the fields and up until this point of time. Genetics had mostly been studied using things like fruit flies and bread mold which were more complex in some ways than bacteria particularly in that they they had sex like gene exchange or were known to. TATUM wanted to see whether bacterial e-coli also followed the one for one gene. For every enzyme rule that had been the pattern he discovered in mold and he chose E. coli because it has very few requirements in the lab grows rapidly and produces says visible colonies which is useful for monitoring what exactly is going on and he blasted E. coli with xrays managing to produce juice a few mutants which gave this huge indication. Bacteria have jeans because if you blast something with xrays and then there are mutations -tations that happen and there are differences in that in the bacteria after that then that shows that these things have changed based on how they write their DNA has benefactors. Yeah that was a huge finding but that matter that much did the fact that bacteria had jeans matter that much if the bacteria couldn't reproduce sexually and so from these findings another guy named Joshua Lederberg who was twenty one years old just wanted to Carina. Don't tell me that. He got the Nobel Prize. Oh my he did okay. So Joshua Lederberg decided he would look for bacteria sex so he was just convinced that that people weren't looking hard enough and he founded so he found E.. Coli mutants could exchange gene somehow. And from this monumental discovery every that led to basically the amount of research is you can't count the number of like findings or new laws of biology or whatever all these discoveries these three dudes so Lederberg tatum and beetle were given the Nobel Prize in Nineteen Fifty Eight and he was was twenty one twenty one not in nineteen fifty eight but he was twenty one when we need discovered bacteria sex. Yeah well to. I mean. He's great. Come on come on. It's never too late. It's never too late. No that's true. It's not studying E. coli would lead to other huge huge advancements such as discovering that viruses had genetic material which was learned by looking at the bacteria phages of E. Coli. It would also help to show conclusively that genes are made of DNA which overturned the long-held hypothesis that DNA was made of proteins And even helped to reveal the structure of DNA in what apparently is known as the most beautiful experiment in biology. And I'm not going to get into the details of it. But it has to do with like nitrogen of different weights and lots of center interviewing if you WANNA know more. Read the book. Microcosm by Carl Zimmer Okay it keeps going though you call. I also help to show how. DNA was made up of Coton's and how Oh these COTON's matched to certain amino acids by studying E.. Coli scientists were learning about the rules that govern life itself and even what it means to be alive. It's amazing yeah using E. coli has a thousands of genes and scientists have a pretty good idea if not exactly AAC the idea of what each of those genes do basically. You're not gene out and you see what happens. And fiddling with his mutant varieties of e-coli researchers there's also figured out that genes can be turned off and turned on that they don't work in isolation but are rather connected like a circuit board E. coli has been subject to the whims of so many researchers wanted to see if it could be grown at extremely high temperatures or Super Low levels of food or infected with tons of viruses does and what the scientists observed over and over again was evolution at work on a timescale that no one had thought was possible even though nope now it kind of seems obvious antibiotic resistance and all that exactly. Yeah Yeah E.. Coli was used in genetic engineering starting in the nineteen seventies when it caused quite a stir and now no one thinks twice but people started using it for insulin production which led to this huge huge industry which was fueled initially by controversy and then by demand doctors sometimes would give or still give. I don't know you tell me. A strain of E-coli ally called a zero four slash eighty six to premature infants that don't have fully formed intestines because it helps them protect against nut nasty gut pathogens. You know if they still do that but that's genius because babies get colonized with E. coli in like minutes after birth. It's amazing it's amazing using and summit so this this particular like helpful strain or whatever some of its genes code for things that directly fight the weapons of strains like a one five seven stop. Stop it yeah. Total role-reversal usually you're talking about this strain differences. I love it. Okay okay okay just a couple more cool bits about e coli before the history of the pathogenic won the poop Yes e E-coli can sense each other. Oh Yeah oh I'm so glad you're talking about okay so a group of researchers released E. coli labeled labeled with a glowing protein into a maze and wanted to see how they would move and what would happen and at first so you could trace these individual cells right. Oh My I. Everything was random but then eventually the researchers saw a pattern emerge the bacteria were moving towards words other bacteria and soon there was this giant cluster of E.. Coli just hanging out okay. So turns out okay. You're doing a very happy dance. AM It turns out that E.. Coli shoots out staring in. Its waste and other E. coli might use that as a sensing thing mechanism to find other E. coli once they're all together. They might even change their behavior. Instead of having their normal fl Jehlum they grow a giant one that gets tied with other foot. Gela creating a rat king of E.. Coli Oh Gosh E. coli bacteria having behavior is one of the coolest things and this whole this whole rat king. Whatever Lake AAC Tales Gela tied Yeah helps the move as a group across a petri dish or maybe even your intestinal wall definitely your intestinal wall. It's amazing it's amazing dude. Okay even though now I think most of us think of E. coli why is this deadly food-borne terror for several decades after its description and even after its use in a lab as basically the thing that revealed all secrets of life life. People weren't aware of how sick it could make you so it wasn't until nineteen forty-five that the link between E. Coli and horrific gastrointestinal disease was really elite conclusively. Made have you ever heard of summer diarrhea. No I I I know in. Was it the polio episode. We talked to like like about closing down pools and things but summer diarrhea. Now Yeah So. This was like a known phenomenon. Something called summer diarrhea. So if you go to Google scholar you can find reports of now analysis of what the summer diarrhea was in writings or whatever but also in like reports on the early nineteen hundreds so every summer kids and infants and industrialized countries would get super sick with diarrhea. Often bad enough have to kill them so it was this very seasonal trend of diarrhea and a British pathologist named John. Bray decided to hunt for whatever pathogen might be causing using this using antibody tests..
"coli" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You
"Right E.. Coli I wrote that maybe this is the most important bacterial species will ever talk about. But I feel like that's overkill. Well I feel like a lot of people might have opinions opinions about the they probably would so. I'm not going to make that statement even though I just said it but it is a massively important. Eight is massively important. Portent the thing about it is that E. coli is everywhere it's everywhere and everything and it causes almost every type of illness. Honest that you can think of and we also use it in the lab to study every other disease pretty much E. coli is like the lab bacteria. Oh and not just every other disease but life yes works like literally. That's not on an exaggeration. Yeah no I'm going to talk about it. Oh excellent I can't wait cause I'm not gonNA talk about it but we will get some of the basics six out of the way first and then we'll talk about the diseases that equally causes cool perfect okay so e coli bacterium. It's it's a gram negative bacterium. So it's pink when we stay on the microscope. What it means for the purposes of this podcast the important takeaway pink factor little bacterium? If you're GONNA paint it you should choose. It's rod shaped so it. Looks like a little tic TAC. Okay Yeah you have it in your mind now. For the most part in our bodies coli is a normal and important component of our gut microflora. It's always there and it's supposed to be there. It's part of a healthy microbiome by him. But this is this podcast will kill you. So that's not the E.. Coli that we're gonNA talk about today. nope although we could talk a little bit about those guys short your short era when you think of the E coli that makes you sick what do you think of what you mean. Like with symptoms and signs and stock. Oh I would say well after reading that firsthand account I would say bloody diarrhea bloody diarrhea. Yeah and then also whatever H. US's but I was hoping you were GonNa tell me about. They don't worry I'm going to let you diarrheas thing that probably comes to most people's minds when they think of Avi coli first and that's because of just like you said that. Oh one five seven outbreak. which we'll talk about? You'll talk about excetera. Yeah the diarrhea Genyk Nick. That's their official name. The Diarrhea Genyk E. coli are probably the most infamous of the equalize that caused caused disease for short. They're not the only ones. So here's how I'm going to structure this biology section because e coli is so big. I we're GONNA talk really quickly quickly. About what makes the pathogenic E. coli strains different than all of the normal E. coli or all of the Non Pathogenic E. Coli that live in our gut happily. Okay and then we'll talk about the non diarrhea Genyk E. Coli just briefly and then we'll talk poop coup. Oh great I love talking. Poop me too when my favorite things to talk about. Okay so the main difference between the E. coli hanging out in our guts happily right now and the e coli that made that little girl in the first hand account massively sick or what are called virulence factors uh-huh. We've talked about this before right. I think so showing so sure. Well if you don't remember what a very factor is it's basically just stuff things that clears it up things that a `bacterial or a virus or parasite makes weeks that helps it to cause disease in an organism. So let me give you some examples. Sometimes valence factors. I allow for bacteria to attach to certain cells and colonize a new area in a host that they wouldn't be able to before. Oh yeah okay. Like a little velcro strips. Sometimes it might be like a capsule kind of like an armor that allows it to evade certain part of our immune response that could be a real factor. It could be an endotoxin that the bacterium produces that also allows it to evade the immune system or an exa toxin that it produces in sends out into our body actually causes damage to other cells Cordova so various factors are literally anything. Anything that a pathogen can make. That makes it more. Virulent Aka makes you get sicker cooled. Sounds reasonable so these sub types of E. coli that are they're called different path. Oh types because they are pathogenic collectively have a couple of main virulence factors that allow them to get us sick and those two things are different types of adhesions which allow them to adhere and colonize new areas and toxins. Those are the two things that E. coli tends to us to be able to invade new organs in our our body and make us sick in new ways so another important thing about the virulence factors in E. coli is that a large number of them are on plasmids woodring. We've talked about before I think right. Oh did we talk about it with cholera. May maybe because caller definitely has plasmids anyways. plasmids are little round pieces of DNA that bacteria can move from one and bacterium to another they can pass it off and so basically this allows for E. coli to hand off virulence factors in like between different strains of bacteria right. Okay okay. That's like that's the whole pathogenesis like that's how all of these E coli have come to be is just little changes in their toxins or their various factors or their adhesions whatever that allows them to make us sick. Okay so what kinds aways can you call. I make a sick so many different ways. Yeah all right. The two main kinds of disease that you can get from e-coli besides diarrhea are urinary tract. Infections did you. I think I did know that at one point. I don't it feels like a recovered memory. Yeah so these strains of E. coli are called you peck many ridiculous acronyms the Choline. Oh Love I don't love acronyms you peck his Euro Pathogenic E. Coli. Okay okay. They're all like that. They're all like like Blah Blah Pathogenic E. coli. They're really so they all end impact yet. Yeah they're all mobile sometimes. They're like heck's will you'll see heck and equal a heck Nikolai funny surprise. It was good okay. So the U Pick the Euro Pathogenic E. coli are strains of E.. Coli that are really good at attaching to our urinary tract. Walls else. Okay so they have at. He's infant. Allow them to do that and they are the most common caused by far of. Ut is so without means yeah like okay right like eighty percent of ut is or something like that are caused by E-coli and if you don't know what a UTA is the symptoms generally are things like burning on urination increased frequency. Meaning you have to be way more often than normal or urgency. Where you're like if I I don't pay right now? I'm going to be my pants so that sounds a lot like gonorrhea Aaron. Our people going to distinguish between the two. So another thing that you can cause gonorrhea titus no but it is prestigious and gonorrhea is another common cause of prostitute the titus actually if it goes up the year ether far enough to invade the Prostate. Then this these strains of you can actually keep going up and and then can also cause like pilot nephritis which kidney infections as well which is you can imagine more serious than only an bladder infection. Okay so we covered three already. We've got bladder infection. Kidney infection prostate infection all from Yupik then then we have the same neck. I don't know if you're supposed to say it like that. But these are the meningitis associated associated E. coli. ooh That's right. Yeah so this is one of the most common causes of meningitis in neonates. So tiny babies okay. It can also cause meningitis in adults. But it's much less common compared to other causes why I think that just other bacteria. Bacteria are better at colonizing them in injuries. And so you'd have to be pretty sick already or have a route of entry so these these strains of E. coli are associated mostly with meningitis following a neurosurgical procedure in adult. Oh okay okay. Yeah but what's really scary. Is that in neonates. This type of e coli infection has a fatality rate of fifteen to forty percent. Wow Yeah it's it's really it's really gnarly in it's also an extremely common cause overall adults and children of bacterial sepsis so bloodstream infections right and that can actually be from any strain of E.. Coli not only the back or neck strains you can have any any way that equal I can gets into your blood once it gets there. It's pretty good at establishing an infection. Yikes yeah so those are collectively you want another Atkin Amir. Gosh there's other end in hacker packer what is it okay. They're the experts I I can't I can't I can't these are the those are the extra intestinal pathogenic E. coli those talked about go to remember Berkshire Acai Pike expect you peck. That's all we've learned. So far 'em neck. Oh goodness I can't okay. Okay now we get into the more fun one one. Oh okay the apex. People blogging hate me. So now we're going to talk about the ones that actually colonize your gut in a way that is bad the Harrow Pathogenic E. coli the most famous of which we've heard a little bit about already in that is the end Tarot Hemorrhagic Doc. e-coli heck okay. So is a form of epic. He had it totally is and you WanNa know what gets even worse though. Aaron I even I this is too much for even me. E Heck is also called s tech doc or V. Tech. Why let me tell you why? I'm so glad you asked. Oh no the entire hemorrhagic E. coli are the strains that cause 'cause bloody diarrhea okay and Tarot hemorrhagic like hemorrhage means bleeding out and terro means your gut okay. So that's like like a broad umbrella term that encompasses a number of different strains of E. coli all of which ended up with symptoms like bloody diarrhea. Some of those strains produce a toxin called Shiga toxin. Oh Yeah S. T. S. Tech Shiga Toxin E. coli some other strains produce a toxin. That's really really similar to Shiga toxin. That is called Shiga toxin. Okay or Vero Toxin Vero toxin sure so those two phrases are interchangeable yet. They still give rise to two different ACRONYMS sims three. Oh I'm sorry yes three yeah. V Tek S Tech E heck. I think it's annoying so I just go with e because it's the broadest one and it encompasses all of them cool. I mean I'm I'm just rolling with it. Yeah all right so let's talk about what this actually does inside of your body. This shige talks in or Shiga toxin. It's the same toxin that's produced by another bacteria should gala which arguably might actually actually just be a subspecies of e-coli okay. Yes so I'm glad I talk a little bit about it but yeah yeah it's basically basically they're are so closely related it might as well be subspecies it's also possible that E. coli a one five seven should actually be a Shigella it's like some e coli strains it should be Shigella and some she strange should be E. coli. Yes is what I wrote. Okay Yeah that blew my mind by the yeah yeah So they all produce this toxin that the bacteria can then release that causes damage directly to them. You Cosa of your intestine. These bacteria tend to colonize in your large intestine your colon and when they released this toxin they can cause perforation of your intestine. Then they can cause necrosis so they can cause your your colon to actually die in places and this is what results in the bloody stools that you see in and Tara Hemorrhagic E. coli infections question about the stools unless you're going to cover this in the poop section. Oh we're in the poop section girl. Oh great okay. I thought so. I didn't want to get my hopes up in case we weren't so bloody diarrhea doesn't mean red blood in in your poop. Great question it can and in this case it probably does okay..
"coli" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You
"Children's hospital. Suzanne kinder was doing all she could to hold herself together. Brienne was writhing in pain and the diarrhea just kept coming so did the blood. Suzanne was afraid to leave brand side. It looked and sounded like her. Little girl was dying. Her breathing was rapid. She had a deep pain in her chest. Her urine output had practically disappeared. Even her mental condition was deteriorating and she was slurring her words when she tried to speak the hospital transferred Brienne to the ICU for round the clock observation. Suzanne wanted answers. The doctors informed her that Brion stool culture had come back and definitely at least showed the presence of e coli o one five seven H.. Seven and her symptoms suggested she had hemolytic uremic syndrome shortly after arriving in the ICU. Brian suffered a seizure and stopped breathing. Dr Scrambled to resuscitate her. They gave her Dilan intravenously. Along with Garba. Tall tubes were inserted in her chest by the time doctors emerged to give. Suzanne UPDATE BRAND WAS IN A coma. Suzanne had trouble swallowing. She wanted to scream but all she could do was cry. No no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no. Aw Not only WHOA yeah did she survive? She did yes. So that first hand account is pieced together from a book called poisoned the true story of the deadly E. coli outbreak that change the way Americans eat by Jeff Benedict and it's about the outbreak of e coli. O One five seven that you're going to hear a lot more about in nineteen ninety-three and Brion was one of the children who was infected with E coli and she did survive but she has had a lot of lingering problems problems because of this infection. Hi I'm Erin Welsh and I'm Aaron Omen Updike and this is this podcast will kill you and today. We're talking about E. Coli E.. Coli do you know what I always raise my hands up when I say the disease that we're talking about and no one can see except you but I appreciate it. Thank you so today's a big one it. It's massive Erin. I did not realize that when we were like. LET'S DO WE CALL I. Yeah it's like yeah we'll get into it. It's big. It's so big league. It's GonNa be a short episode the Dory to help us through this episode. I think it's time for Quarantine Isa yes. I think it's quarantining time. I have my first real corn teeny in eleven months which feels quite quite exciting. What are we drinking today? We are drinking the cookie. Don't and in the cookie. Don't don't it's actually quite delicious. It is it's really tasty it is dark rum and chocolate. The core moretto ice cream cream ice chocolate syrup. You blend it and then you pour it into glass that is rimmed with chocolate and crushed cookies. It's so tasty really good so like too good I think yeah. We'll post the full recipe for this corn teeny any as well as our non Alcoholic Pussy Berea on all of our social media's and our website so you can drink along with us yes and it's called the cookie. Don't for reasons that I'm I'm sure you'll go into aero- yeah we'll talk all about it and I'm sure that everyone here can guess. Guess the cookie dough. Don't get it. Works Works it works better if you read it. I think we didn't think this through. It's still great. I like it okay. So speaking king of cookie dough and don't and whatever Erin started I think so We have merch check it out on on our website click.
"coli" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Of E coli from tainted ground beef as expanded to sick and hundred seventy seven people in ten states. More from correspondent Bill Michaels of those infected Twenty-one have been hospitalized. No deaths have been reported. The cases include people who've eaten the beef since March first, but no supplier distributor or brand of beef has been identified states affected by the outbreak are Georgia, Kentucky, Ohio, Tennessee, Virginia, Indiana, Florida, Illinois, Mississippi, and Minnesota congresswoman Maxine Waters is listing. Federal judges decision to release a coastguard officer accused of planning terrorism. Correspondent Linda Kenyon. A federal judge in Maryland has agreed to release Christopher and after his public defender argued the government could not keep detaining him because he's not been charged any terrorism related counts has allegedly. A white supremacist pleaded not guilty to gun and drug charges. Investigators also found a hit list in his home that included the names of California congresswoman, Maxine Waters house speaker, Nancy Pelosi, Representative Alexandria, Cossio Cortez as well. As anchors from CNN and MSNBC waters says there's no credible justification to allow someone clearly as dangerous as Hassen to go free while awaiting trial. Linda Kenyon, Washington. A federal grand jury indicted, the leader of an armed group has been detaining asylum seeking families from Central America near the Mexican border the indictment charges Larry Mitchell Hopkins with being a felon in possession of firearms and ammunition. Police say fifteen bodies, including six children have been found after a raid in east relaxer on militants linked to the Easter bombings of police spokesman gave the figures early Saturday after gunfight between soldiers and suspected militants. I'm.
"coli" Discussed on KTOK
"Retirees their first coli in more than a decade. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott KT. Okay. New center. And this is Oklahoma's first news nice and warm yesterday. And it'll be even warmer today. Our forecast is coming up Senate, president pro tem, Greg. Treat says he still terminating the best direction for a Bill to give state retirees the cost of living adjustment. But he says the idea certainly isn't dead has this week. So I wanna put a timeline on exactly the day. But we have to get it done before Thursday. He's as he does not want to erode the progress. The legislature has made in improving the stability of the state's retirement systems. He says that would give him heartburn state retirees haven't had a cola in more than ten years all nine members of the Senate transportation committee yesterday voted against a Bill that would have find railroad companies after ten thousand dollars for blocking intersections for longer than ten minutes. Senator Joseph silk of broken bow says the fine was too high. He said the bell needs to be. Slowed down until makers get some real numbers. A woman wearing a dust mask over her face. Rob the Bank in north west Oklahoma City yesterday, the FBI says she wore dark clothing, flip flops in dark sunglasses. She demanded money from Bank, employees and left. The Bank on foot. No injuries were reported governor Kevin stick we'll have another vacancy to fill on the state supreme court. The US Senate yesterday confirmed Justice Patrick wired to serve as a federal judge in Oklahoma City, fellow Justice, John reef is retiring at the end.
"coli" Discussed on Atheist Nomads
"Joe Joe WHO? Again, maybe we should talk about. Maybe we should say something like, you know, what it's the romaine lettuce. Vaccinate yourself. Like if it had something to do with food. Maybe people will be like. Okay. Well, actually, so what's what's interesting is you're more likely to get Salman opening from organic lettuce than non-organic lettuce. Let's get that GMO. And it has to do with the fertilizer because the best organic fertilizer is cow shit. Right. Yeah. E coli and salmonella more E coli and salmonella. But yeah. Yeah. Let's just so stay at home. And eat pizza. I don't know. But no that's just because I want to take a nap any pizza say higher on the WHO's list is climate change. Yeah. And a global influenza pandemic h one n one is reading we have had a school in the treasure valley closed. Yeah. No. I mean, it's a school district while it was all the schools in notice. Yeah. We're we're close Thursday. What someone I have a teacher friend on Facebook. Whatever, you know, I have friends sometimes, but she works for eagle, and she was saying that or no he's me, and she was saying that they should close down to because not one point like half half. If not more of her class was out. Oh, wow. With the flu. I have a flu. Beck seen. I I got vaccinated after I got swine fool, trickle this wine. Flu stay, I always have it. So I do not want to go through that. Again. That's sucked ass. I didn't get them when they weren't recommended for the journal population. Yeah. When I was I would watch closely, and if I was any population group where it was recommended. I would get it right now. It's recommend for everyone. Yeah. Granted I'm in the position working for a hospital that I can't go to work past. November first without flu shot. Yeah. Yeah. I would get it anyway, especially with the baby in the house and got two shots because she's a baby right? And but the H one in one global pandemic. Yeah. That is likely starting is could easily be not a pandemic. If more people got flu shots because every flu shots since the big h one n one outbreak in twenty ten right has included h one in one. Oh, gosh. Because that pandemic isn't done. It's still circulating. Take your heads out of your asses people's they're not listening. They're not listening program. No, they can't hear me. I would be I would suspect that our listeners have a much much higher flu shot at accident rates in the general population by at least an order magnitude. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And if you haven't got yet, you can see it's not too late. It's still worth it because. Yeah, the pandemic is a very real risk and easily preventable. The more people who don't get it. The fewer people at risk will. Right because they are people who are vulnerable and can't get it can't get back seen. So we need to help them by staying healthy. Oh, we got a thumbs up on that. Sweet. The US supreme court voted five to four to lift a lower court's preliminary injunction against Trump's trans military ban. All my gosh. Now, this isn't the total ban on trans people from serving in the military that trumpet announced by tweet. This is the actual policy which would allow servicemembers who have already started transitioning to continue that process and will continue to allow them to update their gender marker on the records. So they can stay in. They can say anything grandfather. Did right? So Alice will be able to continue serving out her career and not get thrown out literally a couple of years before being eligible for retirement. Okay. So that's good. But nobody knew can come in. But no one knew will be allowed in trans and anybody who hasn't already gotten the. Gender dis fauria diagnosis who is currently serving. We'll be allowed to get that diagnosis and start if they do go ahead and try and get the diagnosis than the lead after promise to not to continue to live and serve under their gender assigned at birth. Right. And if they or get discharged, right? I like. Like, I use says something about the president's tweet. And all I think of this like because that's how we officially announces everything over social media platform that is our president..
"coli" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Environment than to be able to walk out during the appropriate time of the year. Walk to your tree kick off the piece of fruit that's grown on it. To be able to take a bite out of it standing right there. There's nothing better than that juicy. Peach Plum, running down your chin or taken off a pair and biting into that crispness of it or the wonders of the apples. Texas has a wonderful environment for fruit trees, we have a huge selection of them. Unfortunately. There are ones that don't grow well here. But there are whole host of good ones that do. So take the chance it is possible to grow a large number of fruit. Trees in a very very small environment. Don't worry about it. Even if they don't produce the fruit trees, we grow in Texas or gorgeous, they'll probably give us fall color or spring blooms so take the jump. You gotta spot for a tree consider putting in a fruit. Tree. Let's go to the phones. This is Michael good morning. Michael. What can I help you with? Good morning. Jeff. How are you wonderful day? What's up? Hey, I wanted to ask you I played it a tropical milkweed and the spring, and it really did well and actually attracted the monarchs and everything. But now that it is winter. But what do I do in terms of printing it back OK? If it hasn't died because by default, it's a tropical milkweed. One of the best things you can do is to share it back to ground level. If we can get a burst of coal, if it's still growing if it's still producing it's okay to leave it, and I can just hear now people starting to dial their phones about oh, no you have to cut it back. The greatest harm to the monarch is loss of habitat. Not the rare and occasional diseases that may be discovered along the way of their route. It's still far and away. Habitat loss is the problem. Cut out the dead. And if the whole top happens to die shear it to the ground. If it comes back, great it'll come back. And if you let any of the tropical milkweed pods form, and let loose a few seeds grab going to have volunteers else wearing your property. If they come up, and you go I don't like where it's at go ahead and lift him out when they're small and plant them somewhere where you want them. But if you're tropical milkweed is still going shortly here, consider cutting it flush to the ground berry with mulch if you do so to help keep those routes warm, and maybe it'll come back in the spring for you. Thank you, sir. Yes, sir. Thank you. This is Shirley good morning. Shirley, what can I help you with? Thank you Jeff for taking my call us, ma'am. During thanksgiving and Christmas, we were told not to by the lettuce. You mean like in the grocery stores? Yeah. Can you tell me what happened to it? Sure. Let me stay out of let me stay in one lane of this. A certain varieties of lettuce most notably romaine, and as far as they can tell isolated to certain growing areas in the country. It appears that they had what would effectively be known as run off or wastewater get on the lettuce and it had e-coli in it. And even though with great care. You know, you wash rinse you use all this stuff. The the growers were winding up with e coli contaminated Romains winding you up in the food chain, and then being bagged and packaged and showing up at your grocery store showing up at businesses that provide salads or put lettuce on sandwiches, whatever. And that's how that spread. There's a argument that the relax sation of a epica rule contributed to it. Because what happens is if you're growing lettuce and up hill from you, not even upstream there's runoff from say people raising animals, the runoff water will have picked up the coli from the waste stream where the people are running are raising animals, and that's one way it could get on the lettuce. So it wasn't. It wasn't something in the growth itself. It was contamination from the environment. Animal. Poop ran down the hill, not necessarily that straightforward but water ran over the animal poop and that water ran downhill. Well, I'll be glad when the Collins from the cedar trees drop. You know, it's finally going down. But I swear I think you get exposed to it. And then it just hangs around in your head for six weeks or something like that. And then it leaves your head. I don't care what's out in the air. Because once I get it. It just hangs around with me for a long time. And and that's when I hope for things like ragweed because then I'm not sick from cedar. It's just a different kind of allergy. Town Jonah hope against you're feeling better. Thank you. Jeff. Thank you, ma'am. Yeah. The E coli on the lettuce. Was contamination from other fields. And this is not the first time that has happened. If people remember there was a very bad batch of spinach along time ago while longtime ago in the last decade, and what's happening is the contamination was not from the farm itself. But from basically uphill or upstream and the runoff water caused some of the problems. Let's go to this is Denise good morning. Denise where can help you with good morning. I would like to. In a container, and I'd like to find out what works best for an out in Elgon area. So we do have some really cold lower elevation. So we do have to really cold nights. That was wearing what set similar would be best for our area. If you're going to plant it in a container. Are you going to plan on being able to move it in cold, weather or rapid in cold weather, wrap it in cold weather? Most of the set sumo's on dwarf stock in a container will grow you a fantastic. Roughly six foot tall tree at maturity that will produce heavily the generic set. Suma variety is cold hardy unprotected. To about twenty two degrees. Give or take the older. It is the more cold hardy. It is. So with that in mind, pretty much any set sumo will be good to let's say the twenty two and if you're gonna wrap it which is going to give you five to six more degrees of protection from cold. Now, we're down to what eighteen maybe seventeen degrees. And if I were to run the Christmas tree lights in the tree, and then wrap it up. There's another five degrees. So we're down to let's say ten. And almost all of the sat Zuma's would be more than capable of surviving. With those two steps wrapped in Christmas. Tree lights would be able to survive to ten without an issue. So I don't know if there would be a particular bad one, you know, the little cuties the halos, the little clementine type, those are actually sat Zuma's that exact particular variety usually isn't found easily in our local nurseries. But almost any one of the others are just as the list. And just as called hardy. I don't know if I could list one particular variety of set Suma that would be better than any other variety of sat Suma where you're at so long as you do I'm going to wrap it and I'm going to look at putting the Christmas tree lights on it. All right. That helps a lot. I appreciate it. You know, us one more trick in your inventory here. If the weather is getting really cold. Maybe you don't bring the tree inside. But you look at keeping the container on the south side of a building. So you're protecting it from the worst or the cold north wind. There's another couple of degrees and your Setsumi could handle even colder weather. Definitely I'll do that. Yes, ma'am. And they're all delicious. There's no bad one. They sure tastes good. No matter which one you get great. That's good to know. Thank you very much. I appreciate it. Just ma'am. Let's see if we can get one more call in here again. This is Sydney. Good morning, Sydney. What can I help you with? Yeah. Jeff, thanks for taking my call. We're out here. And I have three knockout roses here. Ma flowerbed. I have a question about one of them was here when we bought the house its well established, and because of some things that were dead. We had two others plan is about two years ago and they're done. Okay. There. We've kind of kept on that the height of the established one of. They're not as bushiest that. And I was gonna turn them all three back. So my I guess my question is what height? Can I turn them? How low can I go? They would all be considered relatively established. You could probably cut them back to twelve to eighteen inches tall. Now. Would do selective cuts? I would make sure that I'm cutting all the dead wood. I can out. I then I would start cutting them back in good green healthy would eighteen inches would probably be about as low as I would go. Although I bet you you could easily argue I could cut them down to four or five inches, and they would still return because they're such a strong plan. But I would look at eighteen inches down as the max. But deadwood first so you really got it cleaned up. And then start cutting the Goodwood down to where you're comfortable. Okay. And I think you answered my question. I was wondering if I could take my customers, but it sounds like not. You know, they don't make quite as neat a cut as a pair of crooners would technically you could use chainsaw. You really could. And it wouldn't bother the plant, but all those really poorly damaged cuts would introduce the possibility disease. So if you've got a good sharp para pruder's, yeah, you could cut them back easily. Okay. So the printer then okay? Yes, sir. Thank you so much. Appreciate yes, sir. Thank you. And folks coming up on the bottom of the hour is gardening naturally. Call me at five one two eight three six zero five ninety and you'll be first on the line when we get back..
"coli" Discussed on Back To Work
"Thanks very much for making the show possible. Thank you palm, buck buck. Yeah. That's right there. What is it is? It's real snoops as it's real. Yes earth is this is a picture of Andre giant holding. What purports to be twelve giant giant holding twelve ounce can of Molson Canadian beer, that's insane. Like thing, you know, those like the kind of drinks you grandparents have when they get the tiny Budweiser's to have too much for me. Yeah. Like a joke size. Can you think? This is a joke size can. But now look at your own hand and imagine a twelve ounce. Can fitting no between the top and bottom of your palm can that be your shore, please already working on it to Andre Andre giant? So you know, when I was in Korea. I I saw these cans that they had there because everything about American food and size things is appealing to them. But it's also -fensive to them because Christly oversize. Yes. And so they had these tiny little cans way way before I ever saw the tiny little cans here in the US that you could go and get your your coke or your seven up or whatever in these tiny little little baby in Japan. They called coli E coli E. It's the culture of little cute things. Yeah. I like that. Oh, like, you can get like a Sapporo like little tiny Sapporo. Yeah. That's so cool. You get one of those. No, I never been never been to any of the Korea's my dad went to Korea. He didn't like it. He did not like it at all. No, no. He had to. With with gonna say it was he there during wartime gun. He was there with a gun. He was in several front-line battles had frozen feet. And in addition to never being able to hear fireworks for the rest of his life. He couldn't stand the sight smell of chicken or rice after came back real chicken, my dad, my dad had PTSD before it was cool. My god. Yeah. I know. It's terrible. It was terrible. He had a terrible time. Sounds awful. He left as a corporal. He was he sees me as a private. He was he was a corporal for one day. And then they told him to go paint a Quonset hut. The day before he knew they were bugging out. And he wouldn't do it. What does that mean? What a quanson, you know, like mash mash, like a mash house, you know, like you get like on Gomer Pyle USMC. There's some kind of like a mobile building that he refused to paint because he knew they'd be moving. Oh, so that's my kind of guy. My dad. Records. I would have you paint. Hold on. Why would they have you painted? There's there's your way, Dan, there's the army way there's the army way hurry up as you do at the army tells you to write it even says it on his gravestone. He's even got it is his USA United States army right on their USA. Brought that down. You know? I wanna mention we had more than expected just real quick, and my friend John Q makes funding me about this. But I do sleep tracking on the apple watch. And I wanted to mention to people this generally to apps that I recommend there are many apps that do this the two that I recommended sleep watch. Nice and simple. I mean, it's powerful. But it's easy to understand the other one that I love love love because it's way more nerdy. And it's like it's.
"coli" Discussed on KFC Radio
"We have enormous men coli from mixed eight Tyler, your normal sized guy. We have. We have the ogre coli and we have Harley Morgenstein from epoch mealtime who is a Canadian lumberjack. It's like, do you do you do this? YouTube shit on the side from chopping down trees and logging because that's what you look like. You do man Harley. Morgenstein is the founder of the creator, the genius behind epic mealtime, which is one of the OJ YouTube successes. I mean, they've been doing it since probably like I've been doing Boston New York, right? Like eight, two thousand eight, maybe two, nine ish somewhere in there. And they've just been racking up millions of views for a decade eating ridiculous shit on the. I watched one of his recent ones where he takes like a probably like fifty big Macs and makes them into MAC and cheese. It's a giant elbow elbow. Macaroni inside it are big Macs. It's incredible. It's epoch is that big and he gets paid for it. He's got his own beef jerky out. Now he's going LA. He's got WalMart. Money is wild. One of the g. YouTube OG internet stories, and he's a funny cat. I thought he was a food guy who got on the internet. He's an internet guy was like underused food. So he's a funny cat. So let's get into this interview. It's brought to you by Eero WI. Fi is who has an eighteen? Why should be like in our brains, right? I feel like we should be our own wifi hotspots, and yet the general world and your regular provider see still seems to have a little bit of trouble getting the wifi throughout your whole house throughout your backyard. And that's where ero- comes in there. The home WI. I system that brings the idea of multiple access points throughout the entire house.
"coli" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"The mindset of a lot of these pop culture icons and lebron's coming out here to be the anti conde wis con west is chosen the lane is an icon lebron's going to play the other side of it and i could see in the bond being silly enough to go if that guy can be president our current president why not meet and it sounds crazy but i'm that's where gone as a society everybody kind of western so you can be president the bronco one i mean i think that's where done a right in vote rocks guy wishes he was on the lakers coli leonard spurs have been talking with the l a about a possible trade for the disgruntled star but according to a new report no progress has actually been made whitlam now the lakers have landed lebron should they do whatever it takes to land coli as well yeah i think so i if you want to win now it's the only opportunity and so if you have to give up lonzo liangelo lamelo lavar and and any of this first and second cousins to get kawai that you damn sure should do it because without kawhi i'm going to struggle with utah they're gonna struggle with okay see definitely struggle with use rick would you know how much would you give up i would give up anything i could get cranky they were up ingram and coups hold on a second so i this overvaluation of what the lakers have these guys were they got all the touches they had freedom they won thirty five games okay you saw jordan clarkson and larry nance junior i heard the same things when they were here oh these guys are part of the new coming and then they go to cleveland and they play in real games and you're like oh wait a minute and they would have to play all these guys have to play answer larry roles now stephen you know the big difference between when you just you get touches you get volume shots as opposed to you have to play a role next to lebron if i'm san antonio there's no package that the lakers have that is attractive enough for me to move leonard you're going to have to bring in thirteen because i want a guy who can really play and if i'm not going to get that if it's just a matter of i'm going to get some decent young talent and i'm going to get some picks i'll go get dario sars because the one thing i know about him is he won't mind playing in san antonio he won't mind playing in my sis and so now i got pieces to build going forward there is a special kind of guy you know this to to exist in san antonio yes i'm not sure when you start your career with the lakers and you get to play in this free flowing i get as much as i want now you're gonna go play for pop you gonna re up there you go play not a chance they have to get kawai is the bronze no come here he's going to be upset in two or three years 'cause they didn't get him and that's that's the only reason they they even talking about bringing them is to win championships they they can't do what the guys have a whole bunch of young guys none of them proven then i've been in the playoffs and then made big shots and they career the bronze is going to be a spin his wheels no kawai is often nothing is often i'm gonna tell you the other thing collide needs lebron because i'm just no because he going to get that max regardless i'm not talking about the money i'm talking about on the court kawai leonard needs lebron because kuwa doesn't realize this and i'm not taking a shot at it but popovich and that system has been fitted kawai leonard tremendously and when he walks away from that system in popovich and he can go to philadelphia he can go a lot of different if he goes anywhere other than lebron there's going to be a problem you right he's not going to be the same player right 'cause they changed their whole offense for kawai you remember it was inside pick and roll kuwa cami ice oh he's coming down pulling quick shots that wasn't san antonio often so you right they did change everything for them and it's going to.
"coli" Discussed on Science Friday
"To count the number of e coli colonies that appear on that play and that's the way that it's currently done but that is only four total coli that is not specific that's not a test that specific only for the types of e coli that can make someone sick you take twenty four forty eight hours tested some lettuce on the field they could have harvested in ship that out by then that's absolutely correct for a lot of raw products produce leafy greens being one of the most important as we've seen in the past years we have a situation where freshness freshness and shelf time are optimized essentially it needs to get to the grocery store and be available to the consumer in a in a pleasing way you know as a washed rinsed product but these are plants that grow very close to the ground and they often have mixtures of sediment and san that can be found on that you can see that just in your salad spinner whenever you spend this alad ready to eat it for dinner i know you have a patent on different kind of tests they a dna test that takes much less time correct we have a test actually that was developed believe it or not the patent was filed in two thousand six the very year of the original outbreak that you spoke of and it took some time for it to be completely approved but we've been trying to work to apply this to what we call produce wash so that's the water that comes off of the leafy greens as it goes through that washing process that allows a bagged leafy green product to say triple wash ready for consumption on the front of it with this would implementing this genetic test be more expensive to farmers and consumers.
"coli" Discussed on First Things First
"Him and they ended up not the that was the worst year of the in the playoffs farzin in the dunkin' era early on they end up winning four more titles the key is they've cleared coli and it's not a any it's a quadricep injury so you it's less tell me by matt abounds here you have less concern about doing longterm career damage when it's a muscle when it's at n quadricep tendon then if it was odd were worried of his knees gonna give out if it was something like that i just ate is when you add to that what was the reporting earlier which was earlier this year kind of out of nowhere why on happy you add to that that lamarcus aldridge went to the team this summer and said trade me yes there there is a lot of drama in san antonio the likes of which we are not used to and now it's changing because to your point about them being a cautious organization back on january thirteen quite tried to come back he played a couple of games they shelvin mack down on january thirteen and that was steal the dialogue that has rehab it we want to spend a little more time with rehab it's not progressing as we want it to so we're gonna have him shutdown take a step back and see how that goes now woods very different it's not there was nothing and gregg popovich saying that we're being cautious right now we're talking about the injury they are being cautious but if the athlete is not comfortable it's hard to put the athlete on the court especially when he has control what disquiet gained by plane right if he's not healthy vida nelson odd injury as far as a quad that's why i know why i know the people hindalco white so i know this is not something fictitious fictitious like i believe there is something there but also i believe the quiet is not happy and san antonio people think we'll send told me it was a great place ugly kawhi is worried about not being able to get potential free agents when people were looking to go places they don't look to san antonio yeah they got lamarcus aldridge but he wasn't won the top free ages they had.