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Columbus, Ohio, just took down a statue of Christopher Columbus
"Capital name for Christopher Columbus, has removed a large statue of him outside City Hall. The mayor there Describe the statue is a symbol of divisiveness and oppression. Coloma State Community College also removed the statue of the Explorer. The future of yet another statue outside the Ohio State House Uncertain
Columbus, Ohio, just took down a statue of Christopher Columbus
"The Ohio Capital name for Christopher Columbus, has removed a large statue of him outside City Hall. We get more from CBS News correspondent Bill Rake off the statue, taken down on Wednesday, had been described by the mayor of Columbus as a symbol of divisiveness and oppression. Recent national outcry over racial injustice has amplified criticism that monuments to Columbus on her legacy linked to the decimation of indigenous peoples. Columbus State Community College recently removed its statue of the namesake. And yet another statue of Columbus remains outside the Ohio State House. There will be a meeting later on this month to consider whether that statue should go a CZ
Father's Day Q&A with Essy
"WanNa welcome everybody to another episode of the plant strong podcast in honor of father's Day. I'm going to be interviewing my father you know. We last brought him on the podcast three months ago when we just had the kind of the outbreak of Kobe nineteen. Nineteen here in the United States. And, so we'd love to get his thoughts on that also we have a bunch of questions from from our podcast. Listeners really that are that are directed towards you. Daddy, but let me open this up by saying you know in in in honor of father's Day You Know How lucky I am to have you as my father and you have done such a great job blazing such a a wonderful bright path forward not only for me, but for so many other people that have had the had the privilege and the honour of. Embracing your tenants around a whole foods, plant based lifestyle, and beyond that I've had the privilege of of seeing just how you conduct yourself as a as a father, a man and a great human being so. Thank you for that. So let me start by I. Want to share something with the listeners something that happened to me last Sunday. And, it's obviously something that you're well aware of but. I Love Mountain. BIKING I mountain bike behind my house. There's this greenspace of. Probably anywhere between. Twenty to fifty miles of mountain biking trails, and I've been mountain biking back there for well over. Twenty years without any kind of mishap or injury, but last Sunday morning I was riding with two of my friends, and on a an a decline that was going into a creek bed. I hit a slippery rock. took a nice tumble and basically. broke broke my the distal part of my fibula, which is is that? Would you say that's considered kind of part of the ankle? Yes. Yeah. And, so I immediately knew that something was seriously wrong. I try to stand up and got nauseous and wanted to vomit. God lightheaded, these guys had ended up carrying me out through the woods into backyard and long story short went in for X-rays the next day, and in fact it was. It showed that it was. It was fractured now over the next couple of days we were trying to get some reassurance as to whether or not, I should have a a surgery. be to try and. Determine if this was a stable or unstable fracture, and we were able to determine a week later after the inflammation was down that it was an unstable fracture needed to have needed to be set needed, have Eight screws and a plate. And so that surgery happened. Two days ago. I think everything went really really well, but I am now convalescing. In in bed, and it's been really a a bit of a torturous last. Six seven eight days Kinda On my back, trying to trying to take care of this thing. But you've been so helpful. As far as guiding me through this process, so thank you. Well Rip I'm just delighted to have you share your story with your. The audience the key. Were you have a fracture of the digital fibula? That Along with the Tibia makes up the ankle mortis on born on either side of. The rise on the Taylor's and. It was very nice to see that they absolutely brought back precisely as it should be. The anatomy of those those bones, even though eight schools in a metal plate. That, also on the other thing, you may have some excitement. You can join me when you go through the airport line The bills go off. Yeah, yeah, you're well. It's a little more picture of time. Skillful neglect, and this will take care of itself nicely. I shouldn't yeah. Yeah, thanks. So remember what. What routes Waldo Emmerson said. Mike All Times is a great time if one knows but what to do with it. While I'm trying to figure out what to do with this. I want get out and I WANNA I wanNA swim I want. I want to walk. I want to do something. So the last time that we had joined the podcast. Cove in nineteen, just hit It was back in March I. Believe you know we're now. April may June. We're now. It's three months later. Do you have any thoughts on kind of where we are right now with. With the corona virus will what is very apparent if you. Follow the television update every day is that? There are number of states in the east to really buckled down and played hardball. Social distancing staying at home handwashing. Getting Really Interesting, out governor Cuomo. Absolutely counter that message for day after day after day. And the the states there on East? Kept pretty under control on the other hand. Those? It opened opened early and relevant, more lax are never or never closed. It looks like we're paying the price I think next week will really tell the the virus. The virus doesn't listen to. to anybody the virus has its its own pace and what it's going to do. But there has been something that I'm particularly keen on because there's fits right into. The the lifestyle that we want ARC agency. Cardiovascular Disease Fall. And just to give you a little bit of background. This has to do with with nitric oxide and we may have talked about it. Somewhat last time, but I think it bears repeating because yeah, sometimes, the whole concept is not that easy for people to grasp the first time. And it was a number of actually a decade or two ago, maybe more. That was found out that earlier virus. Could be killed by nitric oxide, which is obviously a molecule of gas. And so at the present time there are two academic institutions spoke. The Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. and. Ohio State University in Columbus Ohio. Where they have. A. Setup a study where patients who come in with a coronavirus. Will be first exposed thirty minutes of inhaling nitric oxide. And that's repeated three times a day. They're also doing the same. With. With. The healthcare workers who will get thirty minutes of animation of nitric oxide when they arrived at work. And thirty minutes identification again when they arrived from today.
Police ‘pepper-spray double amputee and take prosthetic legs away’ in Columbus, Ohio
"Video from Sunday's protests in downtown Columbus that went viral appears to show police officers taking a man's prosthetic legs is that man's crying for help CPT surgeon James to quit tells ABC six the mail was throwing water in a make shift barricade officers in one instance hit an officer with that piece of plywood because says enforcement spending increased in recent days downtown as well unfortunately over the course of the last six to seven days we have had so many unfortunate incidents specifically people track racing two people starting fires in the middle of the road preventing medical personnel from coming and going regular vehicular traffic Fuqua adds that even after the incident in question with the protester that man returned to the area
Tiger skipping next week's tournament in Connecticut
"We can have a golf conversation without at least mentioning tiger I know that he's skipping the travelers championship next week do you think he probably sits out until we get much closer to the majors yeah I might do my initial follow along with the memorial the Jack Nicklaus tournament it's the middle of July so that's about three tournaments away from now they're going to play as you said next week the travelers championship which is in Connecticut then I believe the rocket mortgage event is in Detroit and then there's actually two weeks in a row where they're going to play at the same course and I at Columbus Ohio they had a tournament cancel in Illinois the John Deere classic so they moved it to actually be out at the course in the moral where Jack Nicholson's courses so they're gonna have to court two tournaments in a row with the same course my guess is tell you to play both of them or at least the official tournament called memorial that'll give him a tournament a month away before the PGA championship my guess is he'll play I I would bet him maybe he'll play twice before the PGA that one and maybe one more before they play the PGA pointed out in San Francisco this year that Harding park so a new course that I'm looking forward to seeing but that's still you know still early August so I would guess we'll see you may play twice as long as he's healthy and my dad is we'll probably see about that event at the memorial in mid
Gap rushes in more robots to warehouses to solve virus disruption
"One of the fundamental challenges facing the economy from the pandemic is the question of how many jobs will be permanently lost retailers in particular are looking at every cost saving in the book that's making robots an appealing option Reuters reports that San Francisco based Gabby speeding up the rollout of its warehouse robots from thirty right now gap warehouses in Nashville Tennessee and Columbus Ohio more than one hundred by the fall gap's global logistics fulfillment head tells Reuters that each machine handles work typically performed by four people and its robotic systems never get tired and never take breaks shares in gap moving higher by about four and a half percent on that
'We Can't Take Your Call': Uber Drivers, Other Gig Workers Struggle For Unemployment
"The uber drivers to Airbnb hosts that dog walkers they are the millions of people who make a living from gig work thanks to a massive federal relief package they are temporarily eligible for unemployment benefits but the unemployment system was not built for gig work and so many states are struggling to help this new class of workers NPR tech correspondent Shannon bond reports many of them are still waiting for their money Michael o'dell as a jazz musician in Columbus Ohio but music doesn't pay the bills so he drives for lift in Newburgh in since the pandemic hit he only goes out when he needs cash right away I definitely don't put the time into it like I normally do because I'm not going to get good rights unemployment benefits should be a lifeline for gig workers like him but dell hasn't seen a check yet I've been applying every week and every single week I get the night like regular unemployment denied because lift and uber don't consider themselves his employer they say there are millions of drivers are independent contractors who choose when and how much to work that's how many apps operate and that means they don't do what a normal employer does Jay Shambaugh a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution explains normally if you're eligible for unemployment insurance it's because your employer has been paying into the insurance system and it's part of paying in their reporting earnings gig workers have to show proof of their earnings so the state knows how much to give them an unemployment benefits and Gemma says most states have to set up systems to process those claims that's been the big hold up figuring out how they track who is supposed to get this money it's been more than seven weeks since Congress made gig workers eligible for unemployment and according to Brookings thirty nine states are now processing those claims but even those who got their claims in really early are still waiting like lift driver Jerome gauge in Los Angeles he applied for unemployment in early March make sure that all on your reported earnings looking over your reward is zero dollars because you don't think that your employee earning their knowledge days appealed he's still
US faced with protests amid pressure to reopen
"Protesters across the country have called for an end to a lockdown that's what it sounded like yesterday in San Diego and in Austin Texas and Columbus Ohio hundreds of people gathered in close quarters outside state houses to protest stay home
Stranded in India (#3)
"Hello everyone and welcome to another episode of this week at home. The weekly show. That really doesn't talk about much anymore. Because the entire travel industry has started just disappeared. But that's okay. We have some decent stories and stuff to talk about money. Miscarry aren't I am coming to you? From Chile Minneapolis Minnesota. Where believe it or not it? Actually we had a snowstorm here in April If you've ever heard the song sometimes it snows in April by Prince. That's pretty much what it's like with us as usual also at home Mr Chris Christianson. How're you doing sir? I'm doing well. I'm actually thinking of doing some travelling this afternoon. I may go to the back yard. I wish I had a backyard to get outside. I gotta go. Mingle with the masses very unsafe. Also with US coming from a slightly different part of California. Jen Leo. Are we doing jen? I'm doing great also at home have yard and last last week we had a rain storm unusual for southern California yet. Oh my goodness and in how is it having your daughter at home with you fulltime? I I have the luxury of getting to hang out with her and also She's been self schooling so I have not had any homeschooling woes. Her her caseload is pretty light. So we've been sort of exploring other opportunities and having fun with it. You have a perfect child. I'm not GonNa say that if you Chris so schooling just sounds like a fancy way of saying you're lazy self self telling fancy way of saying. I don't really have to do anything I think. It's the opposite child who you didn't have to tell them to get their homework done. And the other one who was only vaguely aware that maybe there was homework assigned was at the. Second Child. Chris no that was the first show really. Wow from another part of California. Mr Spud Hilton. How you doing Sir? Doing Great Hanging out here at weight for home where I've put a different bottle of alcohol in each room and so I can go bar hopping later and our guests this week. She is an emmy nominated television. News reporter she is the author of the book one hundred things to do in Columbus Ohio before you die and just recently got back from the United States after being stuck in India for. I don't know as close to a month. I think these neutra hamper thank you. It's a wonderful to actually be in my home so I know people talk about being stuck in board. I thought Gosh you know. At least you're in your home I was stuck in a fishing camp for For many weeks during the lockdown. So happy to be here. Thank you for inviting me. We will be getting to your story soon. But let's start to talk about some of the things that have have really only one news story. Still I mean there's travel The new story is lonely. Planet shutdown several their offices. I don't know if you saw this. But they have shut down their Melbourne office which was originally the the homebase for lonely planet. They've shut down there one office leaving. Only I think an office in Ireland and Tennessee. They've also shut down several of their business divisions and they've also shutdown the thorn tree forum. Which was there really popular Online forum do you think there's a future for lonely planet an for Expect to see other publications making such announcements soon. Yes to the second one and no for the first one. I think one of the things about lonely plant. That's different than Some places is that they've got such a huge collection Of Resources that can be repurpose down the line. So theoretically they might shutdown putting out the actual physical books which would make certain about sense. Being fewer and fewer people are actually using them but they also have a photo collection in an age win. Almost everybody wants to be able to use photos tea or you know. Put on their website or things like that and so they have assets that they could probably live off of greatly reduced for a while or sell off in a big way Either way I don't think we'll be seeing the return of the physical books but they still have a lot of assets That that they can continue to put out there and update fairly cheaply. I agree with you. Spend I also think because of the large amount of collateral that they have. It's an incredible opportunity to get really creative with it. Right like think about their churches all their photos but they're armchair division of books right although stuff all those books that Don George Edited. What if they started doing virtual online shows with readings and combined that with photos or started doing special photo event streaming? I don't know I mean the. The opportunities are endless. But I think there is a there is a an opening to get creative. And maybe it's not going to run the whole business but is a way to sort of keep their brand in front of mind while people are at home and looking and learn yearning for any kind of connection and travel dreaming right. I mean you look at National Geographic. And you can't swing a dead cat without hitting another Coffee Table Book or a National Geographic. Sound found some really niche way to repurpose all these photos. They have and throw it into a new into a new book to put out there and I think for while while people aren't traveling people are GonNa want some my what my boss used to call wanderlust porn. Which is you know. It's they WanNa look at the pictures of the places that they can't go right now A lot of that. They'll do online and that maybe that's where Those coffee table books will end up migrating more but But I think you're right National Geographic's done it and lonely plants already done some of that but I think the opportunity to just to continue and sort of. Forget the guidebooks. I think we're gonNA find as you usually find. Any sort of downturns is that companies that have good cash reserves companies. That have you know. In some cases better management will make it where other companies that. You may look at it and say. I can't believe that they couldn't make it. A just won't because of their you know their cash reserves or how they're overhead is or all sorts of things so they'll definitely be winners and losers after this sort of thing and that's true with the companies Veteran publishing that's true with airlines tour companies. In the in the business I think is that there will be some some fallout there. We've already seen that in the local restaurants. I don't know how many of you have already heard that one of your local restaurants has gone out of business but we've had one perennial favorite here. I suspect that they were thinking about retiring. And you know it just got way too hard. So they closed and that's not going to be the last one by any means. Yeah I think we may have mentioned this last episode but I was talking to somebody who is an insider with Houston tourism. And know they they. There's a belief there at least this there was at least a week a week or two ago. There was a belief that they may lose as many as forty of their current restaurants. And they're you know it begs the question Places like New Orleans. The food scene actually got better after their disaster it got better because their food scene had stagnated it was all either legacy stuff like Gallo. Twas Antoine's and you know thing Brennan's and stuff like that or it was the other end. Which was the crappy tourist food and there wasn't a lot in between at least not in the major areas that people go and basically Katrina wiped out a lot of places but it also created opportunities in the in the coming years for a lot of places and so they suddenly got a lot of very cool kind of gastro pubs and boutique like places and things that they really didn't have much before and that became better now here. I don't know that that's going to be the case. Because it's more about money thing My belief that if San Francisco loses like say thirty percent of their restaurants. What I'm worried about is that that thirty percent will be the ones with character. They will be the mom and pop places they will be the small pocket places. Which is what Chris is talking about is there will be places that on a in an industry that has very not a great margin to begin with You know a lot of these places are GONNA go out. That are the places with character or the family or local owned places. And we'RE GONNA get stuck with a whole bunch more arby's and chipotle's so that's what I'm worried about.
Judge rules cities' Affordable Care Act lawsuit can proceed
"Three a federal judge in Maryland has ruled that a lawsuit by several cities alleging that the trump administration has sabotage the affordable Care Act can go forward the judge denied parts of the government's motion to dismiss the complaint the lawsuit asserts the administration is trying to discourage enrollment and reduced choices and will destabilize the health care industry market Columbus Ohio is the lead plaintiff joined by Baltimore Cincinnati Chicago Philadelphia and resident residents of Charlottesville
"columbus ohio" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"On WGR in Columbus Ohio here are here with congressman Pocan hello congressman I have a similar question I was very depressed to hear that we were going to band or whatever between two and ten trillion dollars to help our corporations and have Regis mortgage the future I mean this is very unclear a lot of people don't understand this I don't know if you can explain it quickly but are we still running in any kind of good shape for projects and programs for the future they can't really saying Medicare for all cost too much now since they the Republicans just gone overboard on corporate subsidies so what what's the what's the true story yet did so albeit let the truth there is one we absolutely are in a good position to do future projects in fact even Donald Trump has said because the interest rates are at their present which is how he thinks all the time it's a good time to do some infrastructure and get people to work so I think the fact that we want to do that and he's saying he wants to do that means we've got some good possibilities for that moving forward I I do think though that I have been frustrated by some who are putting the two things together the federal reserve and I think those actions are far less clear and people are pretty backed up pretending to understand them and they care act which again puts about two trillion into the economy so we do have our language to have them safeguards on about five hundred billion that's going to some of the bigger businesses and that we obviously would love to have more we can get everything we wanted but you are quite the two together I believe in my opinion is a terrible mistake and it often put out there by people who don't understand the difference between the federal reserve actions and the bill action so I'm putting that out there but I do not think that impacts our ability to move forward and get those other projects done because again the good news is I'm hearing positive things from the president on that we all along and wanted to do infrastructure so I think this still is primed in a good way moving forward Judy in Denver Colorado got a minute ten seconds got a quick question hopefully thank you Mr Hogan I see video almost every day like the Chinese doctors nurses and anybody dealing with this fire is that they're wearing hello protective suit let basically like they wore when they fought the a ball a virus why does any of our doctors and nurses have these protective suits that Chinese require when they went thank you let's let let's let progress and how can answer the question yeah I let you know this is one of the big problems that we've been pointing out is that we don't have enough supplies for our health care folks harder why we're staying at home is to flatten the curve so we don't have our health care system overtaken by its ability to address are those who are sick so that's part of what we're doing to stop the.
Blue Jackets rally past Canucks 5-3 to aid wild card push
"Overcoming a three one deficit going into the third period the Columbus blue jackets one five to three over the visiting Vancouver Canucks the Canucks were in control for most of the game but Columbus as that much of the year came back from behind and picked up a crucial win late in the season returning from injury defenseman Ryan Murray came up huge for the blue jackets public assistance two third period goals as well saccharine skeet made his impact felt having the game tying goal from the point with five minutes to go in the third period Maxwell Cohn Columbus Ohio
Running For Recovery
"Coach. Angela Pew here. Coaching you to get that sober life you want and as usual. We have a fantastic guest today to share a great story of inspiration in recovery and all that stuff that we love. Let's take a minute and welcome shelley to the show. Hi Shelley thank you for being here with us. Yeah thank you to intellect for having me on your show. I'm really excited that I get to talk. Yeah take a minute and tell everybody a little bit about you and your journey in recovery. Well I am originally from a small town in Pennsylvania Newcastle and that was really where the seed was planted for me to admit that I was an alcoholic attic. Take the necessary steps. I needed to our regained in. Get back the life that I always wanted to have sober and Just kind of released me from all the bad habits and obstacles of holding me back so I went to Rehab and I started you know my journey clean and sober and site. Check myself into Rehab. But I got to the point of losing my independence and I had move in with my dad. And that caused me to look at things within and Finally admit I was in a halt and addict in dig really deep into that and a lot of soul searching and it took a while to really accept that in a really do the work that talked to gain my independence facts. So you know once. I checked myself in Rehab. I started going to meetings. I got a sponsor I started working. Twelve stabs and by working a program of recovery a gave me the ability and the opportunity to move to Columbus Ohio and be independent against. I put two and a half three years sober together out in what I had to do. I had to cut out a lot of people places and things You know people in friends that I love unconditionally to this day but I had to get back my life and my sense of self and purpose and alcohol and drugs were holding him back for a very long time too long. But I wasn't quite ready to do the work and to put all my heart and soul into that because as we all know it so cunning baffling powerful when it it sneaks up on you when you least expect it so you gotta stay vigilant and working for a bank now. It's the longest amount of time that I worked for a certain company over ten years. Now I'm really thankful grateful and proud of that and I owe that to being in a in a program but I also that too many other are resources in avenues. Because it's not only about me putting down the drugs and alcohol. It's just really about me. Finding my true sense of self and purpose and passion getting back doing all the things I love to do today. One of the things I would really love to explore is how you made the decision to go to treatment and I ask this because I think you know I've worked the frontlines of addiction As an interventionist as a counselor as a coach for many many years so that world is very second nature to me. You know I I relationship so treatment centers all over the world and I've been helping families do that stuff so treatment to me seems very normal. It's almost like the natural progression when you're trying to get sober figure things out but I know to the general public so to speak and people that are really in the beginning of this journey and figuring out if they're in alcoholics if they're not an alcoholic like what was it for you that made you say okay. I've been battling this on my own. It's not working. I think I better see a higher level of care and do inpatient treatment after I went to Rehab. It still took me a long time. You know before admitted I was an alcoholic. It was still there was still so much. Shame and just disappointment in combination of things just took me and I was just so stubborn you know and in many different attempt for me and I mean numerous different sobriety dates But it wasn't until I went all in it and truly work the program and what my rock bottom was at the time was I lost. My apartment lost my job and I went to move in with my dad and you know he's a loving and caring person. You know nothing against living with him but myself and my being one more in new I was capable of a lot more just having a better life by stopping the drinking and the drugs and I wanted to be independent again and I knew that if I continue to drink and use drugs that you know I've already was in jail from it. I already lost jobs when you finally your beatdown fill so hopeless and desperate inside and you're willing to try anything in and not until you truly surrender and be willing to do whatever it takes. I'm you're just GONNA so like you're beating your head against the wall. I've tried tried it on my own. I could stop couldn't stay staw- I knew I had a problem. But it's one thing to know you have a problem but you have to be really ready to quit and to do whatever it takes well and it really it really is very much a mindset to and I think that's a stumbling block for people so often is people get caught in this mindset of. Oh I'm GONNA stop for a little while and then I'll be able to control it again. You know like they kind of WanNa do it half way and the truth is I've never in my lifetime. Met a non alcoholic person that wondered if they weren't alcoholic or a non alcoholic person. That said you know what I really need to take a break for a while you know. Non Alcoholic people. Just don't have those thoughts and if you're in that mindset that you're GonNa have asked it or you're trying to manipulate the system. It's like you're trying to manipulate yourself and convince yourself that you don't have a problem if you're in that mindset it's going to be nothing but a struggle you really have to get to a place that you're done with it in that you understand. This isn't the life I want anymore. I don't want to drink anymore. It's not that I want to drink like other people drink. I don't WANNA drink period. It does not serve me. It doesn't do anything for me. It is not good for me. There are a lot of issues that come with a willingness to drink poison on a regular basis. There's a lot of self esteem stuff that comes with that. I mean there's a lot. It's a lot to unpack. You know being an alcoholic or having addiction whatever when you started looking for treatment or when you decided to go to treatment. How did you pick where you went? I'm always curious about this too. I worked in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania at the time and it was back at the time. The real estate market was crashing. I knew the company was gonNA close anyways so I wanted to just you know I knew I had health insurance. So that's why I went to my boss and said Look I. I got a problem with alcohol. So did you just Google it. I mean did you ask people for recommendations. Did you call Your Insurance Company? Like how did you decide where to go? Yeah I actually just called my insurance company recommendations Orien- so yeah I mean I. I drove myself there after one last run and I think it was over Christmas time. I two thousand and seven. I believe I do believe there is no one size fits all right. And that's why like I have the recovery toolbox. It's about building your toolbox full of tools. How things work for you because we are all a little bit different in those ways and I love meetings in love a and there's a lot of stuff I don't like about a I think a is this brilliant thing that gives you a cheat sheet for a life of recovery. It's like they put it all together for you in this nice little package and all you have to do is walk in the room right. You've got support you've got love. You've got acceptance. You've got people that understand what you're going through because we're all going through the same staff you've got friends to talk to people to hang out with like it's a package deal in. Its nominal ride the same time. I don't care if somebody else doesn't like it if you don't WanNa go don't go. I don't care but you have to do. Some thing is give it a try is what I say. Try It out you know at first you know. I had to take what I needed and leave the rest behind and you know and it was just about showing up into eventually you know it could sink in because in the beginning it's like I was such a mess. I couldn't even complete a sentence and I'm just very thankful that I had somebody you know before me that led me to to
Bemstrom's OT tally lifts Blue Jackets over Senators 4-3
"The Columbus blue jackets beat the Ottawa senators forty three on a game winning overtime goal from a meal bans from the game became a back and forth affair with each team equalizing the get the game back to a tie halfway through the second period I was immersed like it's went down to injury and was replaced by Jonas Korpisalo finding his first game action on the ice in months corpus stepped up and had fourteen saves in thirty one minutes from the start to see something up that kind of stuff happened tell us what is he what what really happened there but you know it's not fun but you know jump in there and you know seeing the spending relations are lost that was pretty pretty cool and you know just go out there and have fun Nicolino also had two goals taking his season total to nine Maxwell Cohn Columbus Ohio
Muhammad scores 22, No. 25 Ohio State tops No. 7 Maryland
"Number twenty five ranked Ohio State Buckeyes upset the number seven ranked Maryland Terrapins seventy nine to seventy two in front of a sold out crowd for the big ten matchup the game was the Luther Muhammad show as Muhammad scored a team high twenty two points and the first time in his career was the leading scorer in the game for the Buckeyes starts in practice so to work on in practice a close push as they ought to hop on a hog the cultures heart and we make each other better Ohio state's defense was smothering holding Maryland's top two leading scorers Anthony Collin and jails but it's only a combined eighteen points the upset win pushes Ohio state's eighteen and nine overall eight eight in conference play Maxwell Cohn Columbus Ohio
2 Ohio State football players charged with rape
"To football players from Ohio state charged with rape Jason wind and Amira reap attacked a woman in their Columbus Ohio apartment back in February fourth according to prosecutors winds played football at a Rasmus hall high school in Brooklyn the two players charged with rape and kidnapping they have been suspended according to a statement from Ohio
Merzlikins gets fifth shutout, Blue Jackets beat Red Wings
"The Columbus blue jackets continued on their hot streak and beat the visiting Detroit Red Wings two to zero in front of a sold out nationwide arena in the beginning of the second period following a failed power play opportunity for the blue jackets saccharine ski put Columbus up with the seventeenth goal of the season the most goals in the league of any defenseman I listeners likens continue to stellar play collecting another shot out and now stands the league leading five shutouts on the season with the win the Columbus picked up their tenth straight game with the point registered Maxwell Cohn Columbus Ohio
Your Coronavirus Questions Answered
"So our first question comes from Amanda in Chicago. My question is how does the corona virus spread and can I catch it from simply being the same public spaces someone. For example airport. We got a lot of questions. About how the corona virus spreads so talk taping. I talked to Dr Lynn Chen. She has up the Travel Medicine Center at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge Massachusetts and she says it mostly spreads person to person through droplets. Let's and Snot so for example of somebody is coughing sneezing and the lands on your face or near you or Liana surface. Where are you then touch? And then some help bring the droplet close to her face nose and mouth. That's how it can spread. It seems to be you less contagious than the flu. Or measles which you can literally just like breathe out and it hangs around in the air and then somebody else breathes it in Yep so if outside or even inside at a place like the airport. You don't have to be awkward about it. You don't glare people for sneezing but just try and keep some space between you and someone who looks sick she says the CDC puts that distance at about six feet away and as always good hand. Washing is really really key. after touching anything being before touching the phase before touching food. You gotTa wash those pause paying. Yeah Mattie it's a germ and like most germs. You can kill it or you can wash it off with soap and water but if you absolutely don't have access to a sink then you can arm yourself with some alcohol wipes and some strong hand sanitizer but what about the people that can spread read it without seeming sick or even knowing they're sick themselves so there's been some debate around this as symtomatic transmission. It's the idea that people could be walking around. I'm feeling totally fine. And still giving it to other people which is kind of a scary thought and last week there is a paper and the New England Journal of Medicine. It was a bad case in Germany. Where or woman who didn't seem sick still gave the virus? Her Co workers but the problem was that the authors didn't actually talk to the woman right and win other people did talk to her. It turns out that she actually was feeling sick. She just took some medicine and went to work. Yeah so it's not actually clear yet whether a symptomatic transmission is or isn't happening but but even if it is happening health officials say that it's really not a big driver in this outbreak. And they're actually much more concerned about people who really are a little bit sick but are still going to school unto work right and then. There's the question of masks this one came from. Alex in Hong Kong are surgical masks or and ninety. Five masks can help us Out at all. Yeah and I would say if you're going to be that person who goes to work sick and I am not naming. Any names would probably help. If you wore a mask. Logic would suggest that it probably does decrease some spread of germs from somebody who actually is ill. That's Stockton Mary. Beth sexton At emory university. So if you yourself are sick mask maybe a good idea right and so in hospitals at least wearing a mask helps catch sputum and Snot and keep it from spreading and like Alex said. There are two types of masks right. Yeah let's right. Mattie that is the end ninety five respirator mask ask which fits tight to your face and it blocks. Most airborne particles among their surgical masks. Are these gauzy rectangular pieces of cloth or paper and you loop them around your ears. Here's and cover your nose and mouth okay. So those end ninety five respirator masks kind of the stiff ones. That have kind of like little half dome. They're recommended for hospital settings but but not for the general public yeah. They're said to be pretty uncomfortable and they might make it hard to breathe and for people who want to prevent themselves from getting sick masks might not do a whole lot. Sexton says it depends on the setting like walking around outdoors with a mask isn't really helpful. It's really going to be an enclosed spaces with people who are contagious that you have the most risk of transmission and so those are probably the situation where you might see some benefit from wearing the mask but again. I think that the emphasis officially on the mask could even be counterproductive because we really need people to wash their hands and to not expose other people if they're symptomatic so so like people might put on a mask and be like Oh. I'm protected and give you kind of a false sense of security. Yeah right in a bunch of people who really aren't used to wearing them they might be touching their faces a lot or they may keep wearing the same mask over and over and that could actually do more harm than good. Another thing that we got questions about a lot is this thing called an are not. It's a number. It's super complicated and it's something that people get wrong. All the time and Christine Garzke from Columbus Ohio O.. H. I hi L.. She asked us about it. Do we know what the are not of this. Current Corona virus is. Okay here we go you ready. Think so so so are not. Is the number of people one sick person could infect on average and that's in a population that's totally susceptible that's important so a group of people in which nobody's vaccinated or has gotten the virus yet. You can kind of think about it as contagious nece but a little more complicated. How so lots of things go into into this intense calculation slash mathematical model? That spits out this number stuff like how long a person's contagious. How likely am I to pass the virus to you do if I'm sick and we've made what's called effective contact with each other right and it's not actually necessarily a constant exactly in multiple ways as we learn more and more about the biology the virus the number will change and it also changes based on the population? You're talking about so factors like the way People Act Act. How many people come in contact with each other? In that population think super congested city versus a rural population. Okay Mattie but back to Christine's original class who what is the actual number fine okay. It's actually a range. Here's Marina van Kerckhove Atop World Health the organization official estimates the reproduction number range from one point four to four point nine so above one where we see human to human transmission but again these estimates maybe refined as more data becomes available. Okay so that actually sounds kind of bad and lake one person getting five. More people sick is a lot of people. Yeah Yeah I hear you but the first thing to keep in mind is that this number was calculated based on the population in China. Right so not the states and again we need to learn a lot more To feel super confident in that range or that number in the final note. Hi are not doesn't mean that. A virus super deadly. It also doesn't talk about like how fast it will spread. It's not a rate calculation. And no doubt this is a cause for concern but I don't think it's really a cause for panic at least not for us here in the. US US okay. So keep calm yes a little bit for now and so are not. Let's leave that right there by itself. Okay Okay Mattie I've left it all right last ask question yell at a lot of people asking about how panic shabby. Why is the media so all over this? Yes we did. Here's one from David Kessler Antler. Why is the corona virus being reported on so much? I do not intend to be callous or obtuse. But I'm curious what element is here. That makes this virus so alarming coming as compared to Cardiff's the US deaths by gun or even our current flu epidemic. That has taken so many more lives. Yeah I think this is actually a pretty great question like one that I actually think about a lot as a human scientist and journalist what do you feel about paying so I think I think it's a fair point that there's a lot aww breathless coverage going on right now about the corona virus and I know that we're contributing to we've been talking about the current virus a lot all the time and it's everywhere and so that it might give people a feeling that we might be dying of it at any given moment sure but the fact is that in the United States the actually really low right and I think it depends on who you are. So if you're a person in China this probably doesn't feel like too much coverage but in the US it could seem overkill. Yeah and something else I think we you need to be aware of in the. US pass is not to vilify the people who are the victims of the virus when he talked about the markets where the viruses thought to have come from and what people eat in China. Yeah I mean we've even talked about that stuff on the show and I feel like we could do better but in the defense of this abundant media coverage. Here's the thing we don't. I don't actually know that much about this virus in that is scary and so I think from a public health perspective. There's a good idea that we should take this extremely seriously really that we should have a strong position. So that we can stamp it out because there are legitimate fears about this getting a foothold and becoming. You know like a new flu Lou. That's always around to deal with over and over again and part of the way you contain potentially global threat like this is to have a lot out of coverage to hear from experts and to share information as much as you can
The Dublin Digital Identity Project
"For this week's podcast. We'll be discussing discussing the very interesting project called the Dublin Digital Identity Project and I'm very pleased to have doug McCullough chief information officer her for the city of Dublin in Ohio USA. Doug thank you for joining us today. Could you please give our listeners. Quick introduction on yourself sure so my name is Doug McCullough chief information officer for the city of Dublin Ohio. It is a small city really a suburb on the North West Corner of Columbus Ohio which is in the middle of the state I am a private sector guy and I may government guy. I've worked for four different state of Ohio agencies and two cities in the united estates and I really love municipalities into innovation into smart cities. I'm into smart ability obviously into blockchain. A it just really interested in sort of emerging technologies and how I can help public sector organizations integrate them into their daily operations Excellent excellent and I think also inside you're going to be able to share with our audience later in this podcast so straight off the bat as it has cost me here in Intra entre blocks. Could you please explain to our listeners. What is blockchain? And how does it work. Well I'm sure that many have gone before me and failed. I probably will fail as well and I take no credit for getting it right but I will say that I can tell you what it is to me and from my perspective because this is one of the most simple technologies while also being one of the most complex and I don't want to oversimplify it but you Kinda have to a small Description I see. blockchain obtain is a technology infrastructure innovation that combines existing technologies like databases peer to peer networks encryption distributed computing algorithms to form a different way of distributing compute data storage and data security so in its most basic form it works by recording pieces pieces of data into structures. We've taken to calling blocks. The definition of these structures is such that they exist within a chain in that if they do not not come after another block or not part of another block they by definition do not exist. This structural definition allows the existence of a block to carry certain certain cities simply by the fact that they exist in other words to bear Fi. The data of a block one needs to verify its position in a chain that contains other defined blocks each addition to this chain makes the entire structure more and more difficult to invalidating. But if you did and there is a press process process for invalidating a chain the fact that a change to this basic infrastructure would invalidate the whole further makes scenario more trustworthy so that certainly is over technical and quite possibly wrong But the important thing to me and from my perspective is that as an infrastructure it is superior to other databases databases networks or distributing distributed computing models for certain uses and the High find it to be superior for is data transactions injections not necessarily data storage but data transactions. What happened when where and with perfect while if this was was an incorrect or definition what correct one is so thank you so much for that it was it was really good definition? I'm GonNa will definitely always As he knows. So well you know. There are many different schools of thought when it comes to blockchain and different tribes who who liked to defend their view of it right so so could you tell us a little bit about the city of Dublin and just in our Irish listeners where referring here to the city of Dublin in Ohio USA. Not Dublin. Orlands so I love to hear more about your lovely city. There are folks in Ohio. We know Dublin wealth and the rest of the world who have heard about it but for a lot of the world people people are like. I don't know what you're talking about. Here's a bunch of Dublin's in the United States as well But as I said we're a small community of around fifty thousand and up apply. Some years ago started along the path towards innovation through fiber optics in developing one of the first publicly-owned city owned fiber optic networks networks. And so we're kind of a techno-centric kind of a place that has embraced using technology to advance its economic development interests from air. We've been kind of a leader or innovator when it comes to smart cities up whether it be a sitting next to smart Columbus on being part of that same region or being being a part of the Intelligence Communities Forum in which we compete and go for awards where that is the city has an institute the Global Institute for the study the of the intelligence community to help share some of what we've learned about intelligent communities in smart city development and derive more from around the world and share those lessons since with other communities so we kind of want to be a conduit and in a light in showing how communities can use technology to improve the lives absorb their citizens. And that's kind of our brand at this point. I mean it's fascinating because you know just to remind him what the point is said of the city of fifty thousand people and you are quite forefront of developing new technology and. I'm sharing your best practice. What you've learned for me you know you sound very much like a city similar to Silicon Valley and also what is amazing because as it is a subject of our podcast that you've managed to develop a digital identity project based blockchain technology? Why how did your city managed to get to this point to be so tax heavy? Well well there are a few advantages and a few good moves some investments that the city of Dublin made that strategically placed us in a different position. So if there's there's any other cities out there listening you'll recognize some of this first of all. We did introduce me as a chief information officer. and honestly if you're not a very large arch city like a Boston or New York or Los Angeles or Atlanta or a London. You don't have a chief information officer you have an. It director director whose job it is to keep the technology running. Not necessarily to envision. What's next in what's new and so- Dublin Did that they invested in that in part because we're small there's less to run and there's a lot of innovation happening here in our region. We've got a great research institution Asian in in Ohio University and the Ohio State University. And there's just a lot of resources here that make it possible for us to do it. But if you're another city Anderson later saying it. We're not doing that it in part. It's because it's difficult for a city to hire someone in give them that job so hello. Dublin is benefiting from brilliant brilliant now so you've developed a digital identity project based on blockchain technology. What problem were you looking to address? This is interesting Because I WANNA put you in your listeners in the in the stance of considering what a city is we tend to look look at cities and say Stay in your lane plows. Snow Mow the grass. Fix The potholes and cut my taxes. And I'll be happy happy. And we don't think about all the various services and things that a city doesn't in has been doing but if cities do not innovate than we are going to be disrupted roughed it just like any other business. If he didn't think that the United States post office could be disrupted and of course. It is being disrupted because we always thought that we will deliver letters in boxes and Amazon changed all that you know taxes are being disrupted. Everybody's being disrupted cities can be disrupted and I think that that could be devastating for us. So it's my job to try and stay ahead of that and to continue to. Innovate we are candidates for innovation. Just like anybody else. I do believe that there's going to be a new distributed data environment just as the web changed to everything Blockchain the distributed data environment is going to change everything and we don't want to get caught off guard We were concerned about and remained concerned about preparing for kind of leaner government. government As it is now may not look the way. It is automation boxer. We're subject to impact by those as well. So what happens if we have far fewer people in a lot more automation. They're a how're we going to build the service model that serves people I mentioned you know sort of a digital disruption Russian of government just like anybody else right. Now I'm out in the Wilderness crying about this. Nobody believes it but I think we're going to see it happen Also mentioned sort of a declining in degrading trust in a sort of a more dangerous data privacy in firemen for people and we expect this to have but negative impact on citizens in public transactions. If we don't prepare for that Mrs all before thinking about blockchain as a potential solution But then also generally just as a person who uses technology I desire new level control or autonomy Regarding my data and I think that cities are local governments or even national governments can play a role in providing that security and privacy to citizens perhaps through some sort of a service but then finally there's a huge amount of pressure for cities to become smart cities to become programmable to use data to make decisions and I'm afraid that we're all gonna run into a big brick wall if we can't identify people or other private things that need to be identified in order to program around them We're all very excited about cars. Driving down the street being automated but if we don't have a mechanism for identity that's going to be a problem so should have government Create a new identity Regime I feel that blockchain gives a lot of control and privacy obviously back to citizens so that if we do need to program aspects of our lives that we would control of privacy back into citizens hands Eh.
"columbus ohio" Discussed on WTVN
"Fifty Columbus Ohio four three two one five sixty three overnight tonight that's gonna be just cool enough that we may still patchy fog begin to form otherwise just partly cloudy Friday a mix of sun and clouds it's gonna be a muggy afternoon with a high of eighty four degrees eighty eight on Saturday with a chance for a few pop up storms I'm ABC six first warning chief meteorologist Marshall might peak on your severe weather station news radio six ten WTVN president as you said talking about exterminating great Latina what is the main we thank the people who or okay your shoes the answer that I came in terms of national security is we had this notion that somehow if you're poor you cannot do it four kids are just as bright and justice tells white kids well the revolution information on golden spires solutions for for our final news roundup and information overload very disturbing development indeed your former Attorney General of California what was your reaction to these initial reports and I stress the word initial reports but it's just one one it stopped right I mean part of of my focus on what we need to do around guns smart gun safety laws is recognize that we have to have more enforcement around gun dealers I will ninety percent of the guns that are associated with crime missile by just five percent of the gun dealers in the United States and so among the many plans that I have both in the form of executive action and also in the form of legislation one of them is to put more resources into the a TF to take the licenses of gun dealers who violate the law and that includes a number of things including when they are responsible for doing background checks not telling them so the but.
"columbus ohio" Discussed on Who Charted
"So to speak in experience, you feel like confident in your own scene, but you don't know till you go to another scene, whether it's gonna work or not. Right. And I even think of some of these people on playing your counterfeit. Madison is huge in the Columbus Ohio seen. I'm sure anyone is hipped amusing in Columbus. No, sir. But I bet zero of your listeners doing same exes from Columbus. Exactly. Well, it's the same label. Yeah, it's great to break them in love it. What's the label anyways, records anyways records. All right. Well, fascinating too. Talk with you. All right. When do we got coming up? Next number two. Number two, it's murder by death with last night on earth. Zone kisses. The crescendo of the song that I've picked just for you Howard because like it's depressing to point, but these guys are very dramatic and their music. This is going to go energy above counterfeit Madison. Don't you feel like it's building right now? This is like a spaghetti western kind of moment. HBO series deadwood interest intro song, yes. Or I could see this being that, will you know how in our longs now, they'll get a really cool song to score the last bit of drama. Yeah. Action. Yeah. Last ten minutes, right? You could see this of someone's going to go kill someone in some righteous way and this disc in their pickup truck playing well, they're on the way to kill someone and energizes damn. Like that. Okay, that's person is getting ready to kill. Just listen and I, I'm not a guy who likes any brass and his music. I'm the same way shucks ruins everything. But this right here, this is so sweet. This horn right here visual. It's like a new American. Exactly. And if you said I got a ban with shell, I go. All right, these shallow. That'll give me. Me. Cello player for them does a lot of work for the. He's hustling. She she which banned by death this, you know, this man? Yeah, they came in. They get on an awesome performance on the air wolf label. Do we do we? Should she imperfectly label or I will. I did listen to that lonely. You don't hear that on pop radio, just a little cello solo. You do not. Well, what about December? Is there you go. All right. I liked that one because I felt like I was going somewhere where the some of the others I felt like they're dragging me down. This one felt like, hey, we're going somewhere. I'm glad right part of this one. Thank you. All right. Well. Ecstacy of gold. The good, the bad, the ugly, yeah. Yeah, Sergio. What's his name? Sergio Murakoshi yet. Not to be confused with who's the Qatar from Adam and the ants, Marco, Marcos goals. Lafayette's time. He, he's just hurt this show with Apollo nine. Bye. Bye. Papa up food. Maybe I won't make our own version of that cover that song. It's nice. 'cause that's, that's a deep cut for adamant is he's got a lot of deep cuts that I love. It should do chart about that. Throwing a couple of bow, wow, songs. Got a her Annabella Lewitt. Yeah, shoes, I love. She's born in Burma. I discovered dry cleaners by Malcolm McLaren. She is now they do like they bring back bow awhile for package tours. I seen that. Yeah, right. Yeah, but she's still got the pipes. All right. So here we go. This is what we got coming in. Number one, I want to set this one up though. Sorry. All right. Stepped on your saying. This is my favorite song of the year. So so far exactly. In this song. I don't know what the clock in it there or and a half minutes. Foof that's a bit much you don't like the long songs, but let me tell you, say it under three, say it under threat. But what if the song has different levels to it? And that's why I cut you in the middle of the song. I was like, I don't wanna start Howard in the middle in at the top of the song because he'll get bored with it. I wanna depressing in the first like two minutes and forty five seconds, and it tells this whole story names songs, not able. It's about able in Kanai soom now I'll send it goes through this change and you're going to hear the change and I watch them play this on YouTube. I was like, how do they do this change?.
"columbus ohio" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Leading moderate Democrats were in Columbus Ohio this week And Centrist dims if you, will And they were debating against arguing against the far left agenda as twenty twenty comes along And we kind of touched, on this briefly yesterday but it kinda reminds me of the Republicans before Trump cable on Whereas you, had at least as far as I could tell from this perch, of talk radio in the calls that come in you had some Traditional GOP Mainstays, who wanted you know the mitt Romney's the John McCain's the The the solid reliable And then you had, guys, that were saying no I'm tired of, the the Bush family and I'm tired of hanging, out in the middle and and you've got the extremes of both parties that are basically essentially making the most noise and both parties, are, responding in, like however that said the guy who won the election last time around He, didn't get, elected because he was a hardcore right wing conservative Got I I'm not? Sure exactly how to pronounce it how are we going to elected he got elected a because people were thinking about the. Supreme court and possible nominees that would come to the next president. I think that was a primary reason that we're walking in there And then he got elected because he was the businessman And he got elected because a went through the primaries, basically, slapping down all, of those middle of the road reliable so-called conservative Republicans and he, preached an agenda that seemed kind of radical to some but was music to the ears of those who were walloping that somebody would come in there and have the backbone to make changes and deregulate and And I made an essence What you, thought you were, getting this. What you've got you don't you may not necessarily always. Be crazy about his style we've talked to a number of people who, have called, in, and said you know I I don't really care for the way, he goes about his business but I kind of like me they're kind of anxious to see. What happens with the tariffs In other words be patient Let's see what let's see what happens with all the stuff we we here today a, US research group today says North Korea. Has started dismantling, key facilities A week ago ten days ago two weeks ago we heard that they, were doing the exact opposite of that So I, mean I don't trust North, Korea But it you know I mean, the the news today is you know maybe there was something to that summit, now that could all fall apart. Tomorrow but, it looks like North Korea Is taking a step towards fulfilling a commitment made by Kim Jong UN Eddie, summit with President Trump in June It could be all show To try to get, more from, the United. States you know, but it but then. Again maybe I don't know Tariffs I don't like it was doing stock market. Either although the stock market's been pretty damn. Resilient considering that it's hanging around twenty five thousand which means it's about sixteen hundred points away from its all, time The economy's good the good economy essentially as overriding concern of the tariffs and stuff and We haven't gotten to the d day yet on terrorists and so on and so forth but then you have news today saying that the Trump administration is preparing to a plan to provide billions, of dollars in emergency aid to farmers who have been hurt by tariffs According to, to people that have been. Briefed on the plan so so that would give at least in that aspect of it. Would give you a little bit more time automakers in this that and the other and other entities that would be hurt by the tariffs you know I don't suppose you can You can bail everybody out but that's. What I say you kinda, got you kinda got hope that by the time November rolls along that some of these hard stands are now showing the fruits of their labor that we're we're we're on stronger..
"columbus ohio" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The adult film actress has been arrested in columbus ohio according to her attorney did you see what she was arrested for she was a apparently her attorney said daniels has been arrested for allegedly allowing a customer to touch her while onstage in a non sexual manner end of quote and your lawyer saying something like well while the this is the priorities of the local law enforcement yes the arrest was politically motivated it reeks of desperation those are that was he talking about his case against trump her case against trump or the case against her politically motivated and reeks of desperation yeah here's what he wrote does she was arrested for allegedly allowing a customer to touch her while onstage in a non sexual manner are you kidding me they're devoting law enforcement resources to sting operations like this there has to be higher priorities the attorney added in a follow up posted he expected the adult film actress to be released on bail shortly and that she would be charged with a misdemeanor for allowing touching we will vehemently contest all charges he was he told abc news that he was of the understanding that there were multiple undercover vice officers in the club during daniel shows after the customer touched her according to the attorney those officers got up and arrested the performer on the spot all right i mean are they normally are they normally there i mean for example when she was in dallas right down right down the corner around down the road from us the dallas have undercover agents oh i mean on duty right off duty i and i don't know if there's a different local ordinance i i'm guessing either states or localities have different ordinances or laws regarding touching while they're assuming the so i don't know if it's the same as as in columbus or not and so what did they i i am curious as to is this something they also do on a regular basis i mean is this kind of investigation going on on a regular basis you know is is that i guess is the are the columbus undercover agents has that been a problem at that club for example i don't know right i mean it's always heavily promoted you know we were we were what was it that that you saw was it in was it a an ad or was it a billboard or something that you had seen a head of her coming to go yeah a huge billboard yeah okay so couple months before you know so certainly the authorities are aware that that she's going to be performing okay when i saw that she'd been arrested i thought wow does columbus have an age limit what is the what's the law that was broken i have no idea why i was thinking the same thing right well there's certain nudity laws you know and because i was thinking you know there could have been some clubs that weren't licensed to have nudity that that wanted to promote having her there you know in that case she can only do a book signing i have no idea i don't know what that i have no idea what the money money making circuit for strippers famous strippers who have beefs with presidents is like we could go outlets because you never thought about taking your clothes off for a living never and and i haven't thought about bill clinton in a long time so we might have to go back.
"columbus ohio" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Has been arrested oh no the adult film actress has been arrested in columbus ohio according to her attorney and did you see what she was arrested for she was apparently a return isa daniels has been arrested for allegedly allowing a customer to touch her while onstage in a non sexual manner and of quote i and your lawyer saying something like well while the this is the priorities of the local law enforcement yes the arrest was politically motivated it reeks of desperation those are now was he talking about his case against trump her case against trump or the case against her politically motivated and reeks of desperation yeah here's what he wrote does she was arrested for allegedly allowing a customer touch her while on stage in a non sexual manner are you getting eaten there devoting law enforcement resources to sting operations like this there has to be higher priorities the attorney added in a follow up posted expected the adult film actress to be released on bail shortly and that she would be charged with a misdemeanor for allowing touching we will vehemently contest all charges he was he told abc news that he was of the understanding that there were multiple undercover vice officers in the club during daniel shows after the customer touched to the attorney was officers got up and arrested the performer on the spot all right i mean they normally are they normally there for example when she was in dallas right down or right bright download corner around down the road from us dallas have undercover agents is oh artsy investigate i mean onduty duty off duty i and i don't know if there's a different local ordinance i i'm guessing either states or localities of different ordinances or laws regarding touching while they're assuming they so i don't know if it's the same as as in columbus or not and so what did they i i am curious as to is this something they also do on a regular basis i mean is this kind of investigation going on on a regular basis you know is is that i guess is the are the columbus undercover agents has been a problem at that club for apple i don't know right i mean it's always heavily promoted you know we were we were what was it that that you saw was it in an ad or was it a billboard or something that you'd seen at a head of her coming to go yeah huge billboard yeah okay so couple months before you know so certainly the authorities are aware you know that that she's going to be performing okay when i saw that she'd been arrested i thought wow does columbus heaven the age limit what is the what's the law that was broken i have no idea i was thinking the same thing right of their certain nudity laws and because i was thinking you know there could have been some clubs that weren't licensed to have nudity that that wanted to promote having her there you know in that case she can only do a book signing i have no idea i don't know what that i have no idea what the money money making circuit for strippers famous strippers who have beefs with presidents is like we could go is because you never thought about taking your clothes off or living never and i haven't thought about bill clinton in a long time so we might have to go back.
"columbus ohio" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The adult film actress has been arrested in columbus ohio according to her attorney did you see what she was arrested for she was a apparently attorney said daniels has been arrested for allegedly allowing a customer to touch her while on stage in a non sexual manner and of quote lawyer saying something like well while the this is the priorities of the local law enforcement yes the arrest was politically motivated it reeks of desperation those are now talking about his case against trump her case against trump or the case against her politically motivated and reeks of desperation yeah here's what he wrote does she was arrested for allegedly allowing a customer to touch her while on stage in a non sexual manner are you kidding me and they're devoting law enforcement resources to sting operations like this there has to be higher priorities the attorney added in a follow up post that he expected the adult film actress to be released on bail shortly and that she would be charged with a misdemeanor for allowing touching we will vehemently contest all charges he was he told abc news that he was of the understanding that there were multiple undercover vice officers in the club during daniel shows after the customer touched or according to the attorney those officers got up and arrested the performer on the spot all right i mean are they normally are they normally there i mean for example when she was in dallas right down sort of right down the corner around down the road from us the dallas have undercover agents are investigating i mean on duty right off duty and i don't know if there's a different local ordinance i i'm guessing either states or localities have different ordinances or laws regarding touching while they're assuming the yeah so i don't know if it's the same as as in columbus or not and so what did they i i am curious as to is this something they also do on a regular basis i mean is this kind of investigation going on on a regular basis you know is is that i guess is the are the columbus undercover agents has been a problem at that club for example i don't know right i mean it's always heavily promoted you know we were we were what was it that that you saw was it in was at a an ad or was it a billboard or something that you had seen ahead of her coming to go yeah a huge billboard yeah okay so couple months before you know so certainly the authorities are aware you know that that she's going to be performing okay when i saw that she had been arrested i thought wow does columbus heaven the age limit what is the what it's the law that was broken i have no idea i was thinking the same thing right well there's certain nudity laws you know because i was thinking you know there could have been some clubs that weren't licensed to have nudity that that wanted to promote having her there you know in that case she can only deal book signing i have no idea i don't know what that i have no idea what the money money making circuit for strippers famous strippers who have beefs with presidents is like we could because you never thought about taking your clothes off for a living never and and i haven't thought about bill clinton a long time so we might have to go back.
"columbus ohio" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Has been arrested oh no the adult film actress has been arrested in columbus ohio according to her attorney did you see what she was arrested for she was a apparently a return isa daniels has been arrested for allegedly allowing a customer to touch her while on stage in a non sexual manner end of quote i under her lawyer saying something like well while the this is the priorities of the local law enforcement yes the arrest was politically motivated it reeks of desperation those are now was he talking about his case against trump her case against trump or the case against her politically motivated and reeks of desperation yeah here's what he wrote does she was arrested for allegedly allowing a customer to touch her while on stage in a non sexual manner are you knitting eaten there devoting law enforcement resources to sting operations like this there has to be higher priorities attorney added in posted he expected the adult film actress to be released on bail shortly and that she would be charged with a misdemeanor for allowing touching we will vehemently contest all charges he was he told abc news that he was of the understanding that there were multiple undercover vice officers in the club during daniel shows after the customer touched or according to the attorney was officers got up and arrested the performer on the spot hm all right i mean are they normally are they normally there i mean for example when she was in dallas right down right down the corner around down the road from us the dallas have undercover agents oh the gate now i mean on duty right off duty i and i don't know if there's a different local ordinance i i'm guessing either states or localities of different ordinances or laws regarding touching while there yeah i'm assuming they so i don't know if it's the same as as in columbus or not and so what did they i i am curious as to is this something they also do on a regular basis i mean is this kind of investigation going on on a regular basis you know is is that is are the columbus undercover agents has that been a problem at that club for example i don't know right i mean it's always heavily promoted you know we were we were what was it that you saw was it in was at a an ad or was it a billboard or something that you've seen ahead of her coming to go a huge billboard yeah okay so couple months before you know certainly the authorities are aware that that she's going to be performing okay when i saw that she had been arrested i thought wow this columbus heaven the age limit what is the west the law that was broken i have no idea why i was thinking the same thing right there's certain nudity laws you know because i was thinking you know there could have been some clubs that weren't licensed to have nudity that that wanted to promote having her there in that case she can only a book signing i have no idea i don't know what that i have no idea what the money money making circuit for strippers famous strippers who have beefs with presidents is like we could go on because you never thought about taking your clothes off or living never and i haven't thought about bill clinton in a long time so we might have to go back.
"columbus ohio" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"Columbus ohio colombo lackey he's rolling florida banjos kind of yeah david manser of columbus ohio on answer on john june ironic last name again i get the sense he's a real mentzer this one's a real manser june fourth huntington bank in columbus ohio mentzer walks in list the front i door am i cannot approaches hey the counter presents fan a note upset with vance to joseph tell though her don't that just blame says them as i quote two question marks i around have boy a gun bands i'll be honestly i didn't think taylor that responded head coaching job in the by first giving but john mentzer elway money always drunk and dude a dye pack john always always we all know drunk what that he is cannot right reach outside of history man that dude mansor took the money the and put broncos the dye pack historically back on the counter manser family then told in the teller your he in your wanted more money you vance tell her could then very told well be men sir t what that don't she be needed a driver's hurting license your first to use the came machine to me this just to came get to out me more cash mike gabel is manser going to be the white vance handed joseph over driver's thank you license ally game market 'support to that's swipe mark market through the machine eleventh june twentyseventh and have the bank give him his joseph additional because cash he wasn't that i great of think a d you coordinator know the in rest miami of the their story defense sucked mansur and all of a sudden was he gets identified a head coaching job based don't be on surprised the id if we go white vance joseph has been aka placed under arrest and if you by ever the way catch is also elway accused at of like robbing the right a time couple on of a pnc press conference banks you can in a tell heartland how drunk bank he was they got him an on four earlier this bank year when robberies they sign case because keenum they were able yeah to identify the folk hero him case off keenum the yeah driver's he license looked like he he handed just over got he to the looked teller like he could have been with all on due the respect hangover i listen don't think i need to to how say the anything student oh announced his starting raise quarterback though he gives this guy the yeah no kidding franchise just i for have asking the audio them to hand this over is his john idea elway she probably saw aka in his eyes the that closet he was dumb drunk dumb announcing ass that he would his do starting exactly quarterback yes for mentzer the twentieth eighteen season good morning all right my it's story a pleasure is for i me don't know to that this is necessarily introduce stupid kasem people and his doing wife stupid kimberly things and welcome but them you to know denver sometimes with that being quirky said stories find their i'd way like into to all introduce due respect you to the new starting i quarterback would say of it's the stupid denver broncos that this case hasn't keenum happened a long long time ago mcdonalds apparently they're breakfast businesses slumping who's at right dennis now hopper which i find ironic because god i really dig he their to was drug for four dollar deal they have for sausage mcmuffin and the bacon egg and cheese biscuit i goku whose i house get that coup on a fairly frequent basis when we're at a breakfast by the food way all nevertheless reports mcdonald's here's is looking looking to good spice up their all breakfast reports menu say so but they let's are actually get let's let's not i don't very know if leery this how is where how chad they got kelly the looking idea that's but anybody who knows a little who bit of says seinfeld pop culture hi from the nineties that's knows what the did world if you wanna why go listen he's find battling an for the idea backup quarterback for spot breakfast they them in the building i don't know if you guys paxton you lynch just look paxton to the muffin lynch we were talking yesterday mcdonald's about sunglasses is doing just inside that they are now yes going to be selling if mcmuffin i if i would have tops scouted they're going to have paxton rebecca lynch de mornay before on the their draft ass three oh years ago rich and it's i would have.
"columbus ohio" Discussed on KFQD News Talk
"Science fantastic welcome back to science okay well let's move on now to the next listener phone call hello this is from columbus ohio and my question is about black holes were constantly so that black roles have this mass that's so grace not even light tennessee state within your own that there are jess that can shoot out some some these black holes occasionally and obviously they contradict one another so how is that possible is it that well i'll let you answer explanation thanks okay very good question a lot of people have noticed the fact that whenever we have computer animation of a black hole these show this gigantic swirling disk of gas with a north pole and south pole of jets shooting out like a spinning top however is also said that nothing can escape the gravitational grip of a black hole so why do we have jets you ask a very simple question with very simple answer and that is surrounding a black hole there is a small sphere a sphere call the event horizon if you fall through this fear then you die is a point of no return so anything inside this fear will inevitably be crushed by whatever is at the center of this fear however if you have a glancing blow if you're rocketship travels near the event horizon but misses it then you can escape so where do these jazz come from these jets are falling gas that fall towards.
"columbus ohio" Discussed on Squatch Smashers Comedy Podcast
"By starting people in the mall but now that you bring it up did you ever think that we are more than just entities that record a podcast once a week maybe our words and actions are controlled by some guy who should be working or sometimes several people who had things when they get the time yeah sometimes get the feeling that the only reason i suddenly like mung so much is because it's funny to say mung a lot of times yeah mung that dutch have a word for when you feel like you're saying made up words only because they sound funny that word is toward for norc for cnn oregon dutch have a word for everything in that were describes exactly how i feel i was torque ford ford norgay thing the other day it's not that for what torque for norc for norkin is a noun you sound like an idiot if you use it incorrectly like that talk for north for inorganic doesn't even talk cake i push this button squash measures episode ten the deadly triple of columbus ohio was produced in edited by darren nessler written by darren ensler and met mcdonald and george pete kelly yoda's vlad the vampire was played by george pete county otas please follow him on twitter at kelly otis dino tropoje's played the deadly trips you can follow him on twitter at dino trip y'all so as an excellent podcast that i would highly recommend a tries a new bottle of whisky each week and then he has very entertaining conversations with interesting guests could whiskey business show dot com or search for whiskey business on your podcast app we are proud members of the columbus ohio based abd presents network please go to abd presents dot com and check out the myriad of shows there if you like the show please share it with your friends go to smash my squad dot com find a credits contact info merchandise i've been looking for an android app to recommend to people and i finally found one it's called podcast republic it's.
"columbus ohio" Discussed on Squatch Smashers Comedy Podcast
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"columbus ohio" Discussed on Squatch Smashers Comedy Podcast
"Wow wait hold on i put some words wrong i put the word wrong the wrong word wow nuts sui easy is it can i host now can i hope i'll i asked us back in host can host who let ross perot in here fine go ahead you are so touchy today it's the enormous cast still covering your head isn't it it's in pretty rough shape yes i'm tara head was like the deakins your idea to poor two cups of biting ants inside my head cast by the issues away that turned out to be a mistake a still can't believe that didn't work out the way you thought it would for you worked exactly as i thought it would for me the batting was in continues to be much worse than the itching and they build a colony oh well i really thought that including a clean aunt would help direct their ivine getting way i know you pour in three cups of spiders oh wait no four i already poured fourteen ounces of biden termites in there oh even better and why did you do that apple leave a great battle would ensue between ain't interment how would that help anything if the ads one you would still have ads if they're termites one you would then have termites evenly matched to the last stalemate unto relation solid logic just like zero wing and i lost both of my left ear when the ants had to fall back to it as a defensive position well at least it sounds like the answer gone on the contrary the worst possible outcome has occurred a tentative peace seems to be in effect with my north west parietal peninsula serving as a defacto dmz you only winner to date and science you should punch your.
"columbus ohio" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Kenton is with us in columbus ohio hike canton how are you nia avalanche you better than i deserve what's up um adequate question on my junior in college and i got access to and hair and that's when i started college i set enough off to cover college and i still have a large portion and they know how much i should leaving cash for after college and how much i should and fast now so what how much money is remaining um well i've already invested about fifteen thousand and there's about eighty thousand less okay uh and how much does it take you to finish school the you need some of that eighty thousand us any school now i have the house lady thousands in addition to what you need to finish school year alka cool all right and what's your field of study um accounting and finance good for you could field okay bear usable degree so you come out and you start making sixty or eighty thousand bucks and you're in columbus ohio there the the thing is this the thing you'll need cash for after graduating is a senior is this there's a high problem there's a high rate of change in a graduating college seniors life for the following 24 months you graduate from college and the next twenty four months you're gonna have the highest rate of change maybe you ever experienced in your life a large percentage of people move get married or at least set up housekeeping and start a new job which we know you're under them right so um you know but if you move cities that's expensive you get married obviously that can be expensive i and i'm not saying that it doesn't have to happen you can get married whenever you want to it's not i'm just saying statistically there's a lot of crap that happens 24 months within the first 24 months a graduate from college costs money so we need to set aside some cash for all of that and it not being invested so i'm probably setting aside thirty grand for that and i'm gonna invest the other fifty out of the eighty.
"columbus ohio" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Clarke lives in columbus ohio and they just what happens i was born in columbus ohio now this ad this cargill led the of the greatest are less generation in what our new generations now doing that is really make a difference clark actually works are you are on the board of our once one of the boards of ohio state of outcry imach if i'm eric on border trust no chaos their mom mater which are extremely crowder well let me tell you why we're in anna and clubs ohio my dad come after the war and he wanted to this phd and dow south in tallahassee the legal it was jim crow laws it could not do it and now and ran across papers after you pass away of a mile mao called the people's cross the country of of of rejection letters in the foul in ill because because of the reagan and in school appear real i knew what it was is all but the race the they were they were accepted by ohio state so my dad got his peace deal in energy and go agronomy munko got his speech the and and economics i was born in a how and ohio and i will probably try to go to school able to get a realized the affordable is to coulter tried to play football yes i didn't even consider it but but my point is this group now race in a pass the people the generation black and white they were winners they weren't whiners winnie's in wimps they didn't complain net wants to my parents tell me about the trip from from texas to ohio and it struggles they had or rejection they had these talked about the the power of winning in moving on and and have the way like up after that and now we have here in two thousand sixteen of black people that have proved themselves proven value and now on the board of trustees at ohio state which we all respect.
"columbus ohio" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Should concentrate on that those people should never have weapons i don't think anyone who's here in this country illegally without documentation should have access to a weapon and i i don't think that people with criminal records or involved in criminal enterprises should have weapons but the idea that we should divert law enforcement resources from going after kremon analysts to go after going after lawabiding gun owners seems to me a tremendous waste of resources and a misguided priority uh in terms of the steven patrick it's it's unclear to me how anybody believes that some kind of additional regulation would have prevented him from doing this heinous act nichols i appreciate your call uh let's go quickly to petr in columbus ohio you're on the michael medved show michael on a big fan of yours thank you you i was listening when you were talking to someone about uh uh evil verse her hike arctic uh episodes experience her and i think uh in the bible a couple of times of need you know we don't morgan creek oregon glass but against virtual fourcrew principalities empowers them yeah and i think i think if we do own active lawyer work again the evil karyn good governor can work at a little by little on and up with having a field day with her like you know in the day and i think even remember cared can turn into a little kid can via can be uh credo warren can be turned into a your immune evil okay look there are examples of that all around us they have these two twelve year olds in wisconsin in this horrible slender man case these are two little girls who stabbed a classmate to death any horribly brutally because they believed in this sciencefiction stupidity about the slender man that they had to kill another girl and they are now i i it's a it's their their punishment their incarceration even though clearly it was safe cotti is is is fairly serious and i eat your your completely correct no one is immune to this now is part of what happened here a connected to those bad influences let me just read you there's a terrific piece in.
"columbus ohio" Discussed on KWAM 990 Talk Radio
"Live here and columbus ohio in twenty 45 still ranked the fastest growing city on earth but here doesn't seem like it when you live in the style there's no more live to go exempt the awayes plays that feels like a union who have room to reality or your own imagination now first of all have to know this takes place in columbus ohio noun twenty 45 so of course their version of columbus ohio looks quite different the thing is i think we've got a lot of things that need to change in the next twenty eight years for columbus ohio to end up looking like that because that's not what columbus ohio looks like but ready player one looks like it's going to be a lot of fun it looks like spielberg's channeling a bit of his production design for minority report which wasn't my favorite of his films this is already getting a black backlash because ernest klein who wrote this and and help right to screenplay he's getting under fire from the from the internet because you know he's a neck beer jerk kind of thing that i don't know i don't know him he's from ohio but i don't know but a lot of people are lashing out at steven spielberg for being somebody who helped make the 80s popular and then doing a nostalgia movie about the 80s but i think the big backlash four this is the same reason why people don't like the big bang theory i know there are people who are geeks to feel that the big bang theory appropriated nerd culture and made it mainstream and it's not real nerd culture sort of like i've complained before her about people who like dr who but only like the new doctor who but i dunno i mean ready player one looks interesting i wonder how a little bit more about the story if it's just you know freddy kruger ninja turtles fighting each other enough to be cool for about half hour i don't know if you make all see a march anyways that's it for this segment i need hero break when it come back and we'll be talking about a ghost story and land check us out on social.