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Los Angeles Vaccine Recipients Can Put the Proof in Apple Wallet
"Digital patient vaccination records could be the foundation for a vaccine Passport. I'm Geoff Colvin of Fortune magazine with inside business, a company called Health of Ana. Has partnered with Los Angeles County to provide covert 19 vaccination Tracking for those who get the shot, the system will send patients follow up reminders to return for the required second dose. Of the fires are beyond Tech or Madonna vaccines. Medical facilities keep vaccine records, but medical administrators don't have the capacity to track the timing of millions of necessary follow up doses and inform patients directly. That matters because the two covert 19 vaccines currently approved for emergency use in the U. S. Are fully effective only after a second dose health. Vonna says its records also create a verifiable proof of vaccination sometimes discussed as a vaccine passport. It could be stored digitally in an apple wallet or similar systems, which already provide authenticated and secure storage of official records. Such a student ID's airline boarding passes and event tickets. Secure digital vaccine records could, in theory be used to safely allow access to places or activities such as airlines or public events, where there's a high risk of Corona virus transmission. For now, there's no official state or national U. S policy or broad private sector consensus about how such a system might work, But health, Juana says it's in discussions with facilities about using its certifications for that purpose
Google denies violating antitrust laws
"Why Google says it hasn't violated the antitrust laws. I'm Geoff Colvin in Fortune magazine with inside business. A Justice Department lawsuit accuses Google of crushing competition through exclusive agreements with mobile carriers and device makers, including Apple. What makes Google their default search engine as a result, says the lawsuit. Google dominates digital ads making it nearly impossible for others to compete. But the company claims it faces plenty of competition because Internet users rely on many APS not just Google to find information. Consumers may search Expedia for flights used Twitter to scan for news and browse Amazon for whatever they want to buy, and nothing stops consumers from downloading other search engines. It only takes a few clicks. The company also notes that it's major rivals and digital ads. Are also giants Facebook, Amazon and Apple. They continue to grow their ad business is assigned. Google isn't shutting out competitors. Google's most important argument may be that the government has failed to show that Google's behavior is harming consumers. And key to any antitrust cases that the targeted company has used its dominance to cause consumer harm. Google says its services in deals benefit consumers, and by the way it's free. The Justice Department has spent a year developing this case, and it's the biggest anti trust case in years. The battle could be quite a spectacle. Inside business. I'm
"colvin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Geoff Colvin of Fortune magazine With inside business. The idea of dining outdoors in, say, Chicago in winter is not immediately inviting. That's why the city of Chicago and the idea design firm Crowdsourced over 600 ideas for the future of winter outdoor dining. Contest was open to anyone anywhere among the winners. The simplest idea was just a table with the heater attached to its underside. Ah, blanket over the table, going down to the ground and a flat surface on top of the blanket. Diners could put the blanket over their laps. Nice, but not if it's snowing. More elaborate wasn't enclosed little hut that can fit in a standard parking space. Each would have radiant floor heating, sealing vents for air circulation and transparent walls. So patrons feel part of a group while keeping socially distant. A similar idea would not be fully enclosed, but would have curtains toe hold in the heat when necessary. Units would come with a built in table and chairs as well as radiant heating and could be fastened together to accommodate parties of varying sizes. Each of those three winning entries will receive $5000 and will be tested on Chicago streets and soon in Chicago winter weather. For much more business news and insight. Stop my fortune dot com Inside business. I'm Geoff Colvin for CBS News got the update on traffic and weather Next? Nearly half of dermatologists say they were not adequately trained to treat skin of color. Gasoline is taking action to trained dermatologists and improve skin health care for people with black and brown skin. Find out more. Vasselin dot com. Monday. Our neighbors are back. You stupid therapist says that we're having intimacy problems, and now she's cut me off four month Dr Chan made us do that, too. But the No. In November Cedric the Entertainer and Max Greenfield star. I'm already going crazy. I felt two melons on the counter and almost had to take a cold shower, CBS original comedy the neighborhood. You and I will always be there to keep each other warm growth. New Monday. 87 Central Hunt, CBS. People everywhere want answers. Critics are calling Stephen Colbert, the hottest late night host, boom bombshell. Riveting watch What gripping television? Wow, a beacon of hope in humanity. I'm so excited that.
Seattle - Department of Health Reports Coronavirus Widespread Across Washington State
"Carpet of health reports, Colvin infections or widespread across the state with case is growing in almost every county. So far more than 2700 people have died in Washington and increase of 14 from Tuesday. 3200 new cases. But officials say that maybe an incorrect and inflated number caused by lab duplication, the working to correct the situation.
Microsoft: Russian, North Korean hackers target vaccine work
"Money on WGN. Microsoft Microsoft claims claims Russian Russian North North Korean Korean hackers hackers targeted targeted Colvin Colvin covert covert 19 19 vaccine vaccine makers makers and and they're they're saying saying that that those those hackers hackers are are targeting targeting drug drug makers makers working working on on the covert 19 vaccine. Tech giant said it blocked most of the attacks, but some were successful. The FBI and Homeland Security warned Cos. Earlier this year that hackers would try to steal Corona
Tarrant County, West Of Dallas, Reports 1,062 COVID-19 Cases Saturday, 3 Deaths
"The nation in coal that 19 cases Leslie bold reports. Texas is the first state to surpass one million confirmed cases of cove in 19, and nearly 19,000 deaths have been recorded since the start of the pandemic. New cases were up 40% and deaths were up 10% over the past two weeks. These contributed to the US reaching a new record. Heard of daily cases of more than 122,000 Tarrant County, Meantime, reported three deaths and 1062 New Colvin cases Saturday, Denton County reported 58 no cases and Collin County reported one death and 109 new cases. President Trump's wooing of the
Trump, Biden vie for votes in battleground states
"Week away from the day, both presidential candidates say is the most important election of our lives. CBS is Stephen Portnoy says. President Trump and Joe Biden are making their final pitches in key battleground states dealing to stop in Michigan, the president said, pulls in that state and many others showing a close race. Wrong. We're gonna have a great red wave, he complained the press has focused too much on the worsening pandemic covert covert covered covered Barack Obama responded in Orlando. He's jealous of Colvin's media covers. Joe Biden campaigned in Georgia, aiming to become the first Democrat to win that state in 28 years. I know this country. I know our people. I know we can unite and heal this nation. Stephen
What to expect at the vice presidential debate between Pence and Harris
"Campaigns of Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris have noted that the opposing candidates or strong debaters pins Khun B, expected to defend the president's record on Colvin 19, particularly after Mr Trump became infected with the deadly virus. And Harris has already blamed President Trump for downplaying the health risks from the illness that has killed more than 211,000. Americans.
'I feel better than I did 20 years ago': Trump leaves hospital
"Supporters of President Donald Trump were gathered outside Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Monday night, hoping for a glimpse of the president as he departed for the White House after being treated for Colvin 19. The president was seen by reporters on Lee briefly earlier Monday. Trump tweeted Feeling Really good. Don't be afraid of Cove. It don't let it dominate your life. I feel better than I did 20 years ago. Meantime, White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany announced Monday morning. She has tested positive for the virus, adding her to a list that includes the president and first lady and several senior staff members. Mike
Trump Leaves Hospital Monday Evening, as White House Cases Mount
"Returns to the White House from Walter Reed Medical Center. Supporters of President Donald Trump were gathered outside Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Monday night, hoping for a glimpse of the president as he departed for the White House after being treated for Colvin 19. The president was seen by reporters on Lee briefly. Earlier Monday. Trump tweeted feeling really good. Don't be afraid of Cove. It don't let it dominate your life. I feel better than I did 20 years ago. Meantime, White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany announced Monday morning. She has tested positive for the virus, adding her to a list that includes the president and first lady and several senior staff members. Mike
3 Steps To Boost Critical Thinking Skills During COVID-19 Pandemic
"Now, for this episode, I want to address a challenge many of us were warned to expect and are now beginning to see the first signs of namely that second wave of the Kobe. Pandemic. You're in Canada. There's little doubt now that this second wave has landed on our shores with our various provincial governments looking at what measures they need to take to reduce the impact of this second wave. Of course while many of us are naturally focused on how big the impact of the second wave will be. The fact is there can be no denying now that the Kobe nineteen pandemic will not simply be a bad memory twenty twenty but instead will be both a long term health and economic crisis whose effects and consequences will take several years to recover from. Back. In episode fifty, five of my podcast I looked at three lessons on crisis management leaders should learn from this global pandemic. And as many of us now prepare or at least try to prepare for what fallout may come from the second wave of Covid nineteen I wanted to address another area of this global pandemic leaders need to consider and be mindful of, and that is how it impacts are critical thinking skills. Now, earlier in the year, when many countries put varies lockdown measures in place to limit the spread of this virus many of us all online articles touting how the various stay at home measures should be treated as a golden opportunity to expand our horizons citing such examples as how Newton came up with his theory of gravity while working from home during the great plague of London. And yet developmental neuropsychologist Mary Kovin has challenged this assumption stating how most of us are more likely suffering from what she calls brain fog where the chronic stress arising from the current pandemic not only leads to time warps where our sense of the present is stretched out. But our attention becomes limited to looking out for threats as are complex thinking skills go off line. As. Dr Calvin points out in times of chronic stress our brains habituated to the fight or flight response. Our awareness of worries may fade, but they continue to capture our attentional resources making it harder to concentrate and fully observe art environment. At the same time, we may be more destructible jumping from one thing to the next, unknowingly searching for signs of threat. Some incoming information will be missed creating little holes in our everyday memory. We may make errors in decision making or become stuck in old thought patterns. Now add to this. The fact that the current pandemic has disrupted our usual routines whether that be working remotely or employing social distancing measures, wearing a mask and regularly washing our hands with disinfectant wherever we go and it shouldn't be too surprising that many of us are struggling with a distracted mindset that naturally impedes our ability to think critically and focus on what matters most. So in light of the prevailing uncertainties, facing all industries, not just in the short term. But also in the long term, how can leaders boost their critical thinking skills while dealing with the chronic stress that impairs are complex thinking skills including our decision, making and planning skills. Well that's what I wanted to address. In this episode my leadership podcast is I. do believe there is a growing need for us to recognize the importance of boosting are critical thinking skills in light of this brain fog Dr? Colvin. Describes that Covid, nineteen has clearly given rise to. As such here are three steps you can take to boost your critical thinking skills during this global health pandemic. The first step is to schedule what I call thinking time in your workweek. Now one of the biggest work impacts to come from the current health pandemic has been a disruption to our everyday work routines with. So many of us now working from home those usual activities we do in our workspaces have been replaced with new ones some good. Then some not so good of course, one of the challenges this creates is making sure we're focusing our attention and efforts on what matters most and as the I share Dr Colin points out. This is easier said than done when we're in a state of chronic stress as such. The first step you need to take here is to literally schedule thinking time in your workweek, which admittedly is now both easier and harder to do. It's easier to do now as we have more control over how we spend our days because of the fact that. So many of us are still working from home. But that's also the reason why it's also harder for us to do as a result of the numerous distractions found in our homes that were not used tuning out. And yet if you want to successfully dig yourself out of that brain fog and boost your critical thinking skills, you need to make time to exercise your brain in much. The same way many people are making sure to schedule time to exercise void spending their days just sitting on the couch or at the kitchen table working away on their laptop.
21 New Coronavirus Cases Linked To Off-Campus Parties Thrown By Holy Cross Students, Boston
"Of covert cases in the Wooster is rising. After reports ofthe Holy Cross students throwing off campus parties. The college now confirming 21 new cases of Kobe have been linked to the partying. W B Z T V's to Shawnee Whitlow has reaction from the school in a statement to W B Z that reads. In part, we have continued to work with our students living in the Worcester area on the importance of following social distancing guidelines wearing a mask. When in public and doing everything they can to help slow the spread of the Corona virus. People who live near campus are now worried when she stopped that this thing is really City says it is working with the college to identify those who tested positive. They also planned to meet with college officials to develop a plan to stop the spread of Colvin, both on campus and off Corona
Gov. Whitmer to give update on COVID-19 response
"Are breaking into CBS News to bring you the Governor August 14th Thankyou for pain, attention and and tuning, and we appreciate it. I'm joined today by our lieutenant Governor Garland Gilchrist, our chief medical executive Doctor Jin, a Cal dune. Robert Gordon and director of D A change US. And Jim Hackett, the CEO of Ford. I I want want to to congratulate congratulate Jim Jim on on his his upcoming upcoming retirement. retirement. I I appreciate appreciate his his leadership leadership and and his his years years of of Dedication Dedication to to ensuring ensuring that that Michigan Michigan remains remains the the automotive capital of the world, and we're excited to be here with Ford and you'll see why shortly Michiganders have now banned fighting the covert 19 pandemic for over five months. We took one of the most aggressive approach is in the nation against this virus and because we've taken this so seriously. We're doing much better than other states states like Florida and Texas who are continuing to struggle and closed later and reopened earlier than we did, who are now seeing historic surges in cases? I'm live, reported yesterday. That despite being one of the hardest hit states early on, Our state currently ranks 40th and the seven day average of new Corona virus cases per capita And in the 40th percent testing positive on Corona virus virus diagnostic diagnostic tests. tests. These These are are wonderful wonderful pieces pieces of of information information compared compared to to what's what's happening happening across across the the country country are are average average infects infects infection infection rate for the last month was half that of Ohio and Indiana and Wisconsin. This slide shows Michigan's daily cases per 1,000,000 compared to other Midwest States. I'm live also reported that states across the country that did not take this virus seriously, are now seeing record numbers in terms of daily Corona virus cases. Hospitalizations and deaths. Georgia was the first day in the country to reopen its economy and is now averaging five times the number new cases of Corona virus in a day, five times more than the state of Michigan. And while states like Georgia and Florida and Texas reported hundreds of new deaths last week, Michigan had 43 Percent positivity rate is also far below our Midwestern neighbors. And we have continued to ramp up testing over the past few months. There's a wonderful Twitter thread by Dr Asheesh Zhaan that talks about testing and positivity rates. I think it's worth your time to look, ifyou're happened to be on Twitter. This virus demands to be taken seriously. Youth will not protect you from this virus. Political affiliation will not protect you from this virus. This virus will not go away just because we're tired of dealing with it. The on ly way we can put a stop to this pant. I make an end to this pandemic is there take it seriously, do our part to protect one another and do what we know works. My mask says I wear this for you. And it is true. When we wear masks. We were properly so it covers our nose and Mo. When we practice social distancing and when we go out to get tested when it's necessary When we do these things, we put our whole state in a stronger position. To send our kids back to school safely. Wearing a homemade mask. It's simple. And it shows your commitment to protecting yourself. Your family and your fellow Michiganders from this virus. To make it easier for those who are particularly vulnerable to Cove in 19 and who need help securing masks. Today we're announcing the My Mask Aid project. This project is a partnership, a partnership involving the state of Michigan Bheema and the Ford Motor Company, and it's a result of the hard work of the Michigan Cove in 19 task force on racial disparities. Shared by Lieutenant Governor Garland Gilchrist Way will provide for 1,000,000 free masks to people who need them most really incredible donation that Ford is working with us. To make sure that we're able to do this. One million of the face coverings from FEMA 1.5 million from Ford will go to low income schools, the city of Detroit. Federally qualified health centers, Some Colvin, 19 testing sites and too many organizations, helping to reach vulnerable populations, including minority residents, who have been affected by the public health crisis as a result of historic racism. Anyone interested in receiving a free mask? Can find a distribution location by calling the Cove in 19 hotline at 85356136 We're looking at their local community Action agency online. I want to thank Jim Hackett and Ford for their partnership. In this project. It's partnership is going to save lives wearing a mask has been proven to reduce the chance of spreading covert 19 by about 70%. According to one estimate. If 95% of Americans wore masks between now and December 1st. It would save 66,000 American lives. According to one estimate, if 95% of Americans do this. We can get our make our economy stronger and save one another's lives. That's 66,000 people who are parents or grand parents or Children, siblings, friends. It could be saved by the simple act of wearing a mask when he go to the grocery store pharmacy when you're out and about As a parent. I know the number one thing on everyone's mind is whether and how their kids are going to return to the returned to school this fall. It's a pairs across Michigan are anxiously awaiting their school district's to decide how we're going to safely educate our kids, whether it's by remote learning or implementing the strict safety measures I outlined in the my safe schools reopening In June. After rise and covert cases in July and early August. Our case numbers have begun to plant home. So we're not out of the woods and this crisis is far from over. But we appear to have stopped the incline, but we're now playing told and we want to see that become a decline. To get through this and to ensure the safety of our kids, educators and support staff this fall. Everyone's got to continue to do their part. We also need the Trump Administration and Congress to step up and provide additional support. Two states like Michigan, so we can send more resource is to our classrooms to keep our kids and our educators and all of their families safe. I want to end by thanking the thousands of Michiganders on the front lines of this crisis, while people everywhere have made tremendous sacrifices to protect their families from this virus. Those on the front lines have put their own health at risk to take care of the rest of us. Every day for the past five months. Gruelling, stressful work. You've ever listened. Tio this American life on NPR. They've highlighted some stories of people on the front line in Detroit. You might want to check it out. I was proud, but also it was an eye opener. And I hope maybe you might listen. Nurses and doctors working 18 hour shifts and giving up time with their families to keep them safe. You stood by the side of a bed where someone lost their battle with covert 19 and their family couldn't be there. Grocery store workers, especially in the beginning of this pandemic, worked around the clock to keep ourselves stocked to ensure people could buy groceries safely. Child care workers who've been instrumental in helping our frontline workers save lives every day. These air truly the real heroes of this crisis, truck drivers and mail carriers. People who mask up every day for hours on end to ensure our safety. They deserve our gratitude and respect and the best way we can show it is by masking up. So with that I want to say thank you to all of those who have just described have stayed on the front lines. I want to encourage everyone in our state to keep doing our part to stay smart and to mask up. And with
"colvin" Discussed on WJR 760
"With isolating from Colvin, but with respect to gaining ground on reversing the process of hiding from disease. We invite you to call in. If you have a question at 808 590957 again, That's 808 590957 Doctor calendar. Welcome to the show your medical specialty, and your work revolves around prevention for many years. Your practice involved treating people after the diagnosis. Five years ago, You took an about turn and practically invented the notion of prevention. Now your task is to stop the disease process. I'm going to ask you to talk to the listeners about the concept of prevention. But let me first of all Before you start to talk to the listeners Ask a quick question. I had an occasion to talk to a lady a few days ago who was asking about the show asking about you asking what is prevention? She didn't understand what prevention Wass. And she mentioned while my granddaughter was just diagnosed a 12 years old as pre diabetic. I mean, what is that all about? Let's let's talk about that memory. That's kind of shocking again. I'm an adult primary care physician. So to hear about a child Being diagnosed with that I would call an adult disease, which is something that normally may take decades to occur. So what does it mean to be pre diabetic? 12 years old. What does that mean? Well, it's it's absurd is what it is again. This is something I'm usually telling My 50 60 70 year olds. You know, you may be pre diabetic, and this is ah, process that's affecting the health of your arteries. We need to take action to me. If we wait to be diabetic to take action. We waited way too long. We need to identify people who are not just pre diabetic, but they're in the process of pre pre diabetes and this is again something that takes decades to occur. So the fact that it's happening in kids. In their early teens is really scary. So is being pre diabetic, a situation that is genetic, or is it acquired through lifestyle? It's both. So there are no we know which is which. I don't know that you need to know. You know, The reason is this. Why does a 12 year old have an adult diagnosis and the reason is We're able to inherit the environmental damage to our DNA. So when you're born or not getting necessarily a fresh set of genetic code from both parents, you're getting a set of codes mainly been ah. Passed down from your pants that are damaged. They've been dinged and you're able to inherit that. The concept that is called epi genetics, and we're learning that the damage the environmental damage is inherited. So is that where there's diabetes in the family? Maybe your parent one parent or grandparent, or somebody had diabetes and was somehow trickle down to the next generation. Exactly, And we've always considered diabetes to have a genetic component. Timeout diabetes from the adult onset type, which is the where you get older and you become intolerant, Tio metabolizing sugar. You need to again Stop eating sugar and people are on medications as adult onset diabetic. The Pathan adult onset diseases occurring in pre teens is shocking. Well, let's back up a little bit for the listeners that are just tuning in. Tell us a little bit about your the only prevention specialists that we know. How did you come to specializing in prevention? Well, like you said. About 56 years ago, I changed my practice into a personalized health care practice, whereas I want to identify people who are at risk for disease. I want more time with each my patients. I didn't want to be forced to see 30 40 people a day, which is what the current system requires Doctors to do. That's just how our system is Not right. Doesn't allow doctors to do a good job doesn't know about the patients have relationship with their doctor, which is a big part of the care. You need to develop trust. And if you're only having five minutes later, doctor, you just don't have the time to tell them. What's wrong with the owner of the timeto Listen, or the time to think So. What are you telling the listeners right now? What did they say? At what age do they need to take the reins be in charge of their own health? And get hooked up with prevention, as opposed to awaiting until they're in aside situation and can't do anything about it. Well, it sounds like it might have to be 12 years old, like right, So there's young kids having diabetes and we need to start much earlier than we are, But realistically, we're starting a 30. We start to age. In our thirties and we start to see people who have damaged their arteries at a very young age. The good news is when we catch things earlier. We can keep it so that you will never have inflammation or arteries Never have Plaque, which is what causes and leads to heart attack and stroke. And for the patients that are older who we already know have disease. We can heal those arteries and heal the damage. That's a current. You're already so you don't have that second or third event don't have AH stander bypass surgery. If you already know that you have some degree of plaque. So what you're saying is even if somebody is an older patient out of 12 year old, but maybe a 30 year of 40 or 50 year old The presenting symptoms of presenting this chronic diseases that they have. They are reversible. Well, I have eight year olds who joined my practice straight up and say, Hey, I want to maintain my quality of life. I want to live another 10 15 years and beef high functioning. So it's never too late to start and identify where your health is and put a plan in place to make yourself more healthy and not have that heart attack or stroke. And obviously what you're saying is that a lot of these diseases and these situations are reversible. Absolutely. All right. We'll come back and talk about this. On the other.
UW model projects US coronavirus death toll could nearly double by December
"The latest on Colvin, 19 as the U. S, faces more than 160,000 deaths and some 4.9 million cases. CBS's Chris Martinez with the latest, a widely used Corona virus model projects, the U. S death toll could reach 300,000 by December. But researchers at the University of Washington say that number could be reduced. If most Americans wore masks were actually of see thatyou could safe, You know more than 65,000 lives in the US through much higher mask use levels. A new Gallup poll finds most Americans say they routinely used masks indoors, but less than half say they wear them outdoors when they can't socially distance. In Georgia, a student at North Paulding High School was suspended for posting a photo showing packed hallways and few students and masks. The suspension was later revoked in California co workers mourn the loss of Mt. Although Iniguez, who died after a month long battle with Corona virus, you're just a good guy. He just loved doing this job as the death toll climbs past the 10,000 mark here in California, the focus is intensifying on finding a vaccine on CBS this morning. Medical contributor Dr David Vegas says a vaccine wouldn't eliminate the virus will In many cases make it's you're not symptomatic in other cases where you would have been hospitalized. You'll just have a bad cold and I'll take that any day of the week to US. Companies started their face three vaccine trials last week.
"colvin" Discussed on Meditative Story
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"colvin" Discussed on Meditative Story
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"colvin" Discussed on Meditative Story
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"colvin" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Diagnosed with Colvin establishing Britain's greening protocols for staff and ensuring adequate staffing and PP according to a written announcement once this pre requisites are met the wolf administration indicates the facility can enter the three step process of re opening and each step facilities must have no new coronavirus cases among staff or residents and no spread of the virus for fourteen consecutive days they say long term care facilities can operate as outlined in the governor's covert nineteen disaster declaration as long as no new cases arise visitation will only be allowed in step two and three as long as the facility determines a resident is able to do so safely the governor says social distancing universal masking and hygiene protocols should be followed had asked because it's K. Y. W. news radio M. virus numbers are suddenly surging in Philadelphia and the move to the green phase of re opening will likely be put on hold because of that Beijing candy has ordered everyone to wear a mask even outside if you're going to be within six feet of other people the story from K. Y. W. spike dory cases in teenagers and young adults are on the rise though city officials don't think that has anything to do with the protests and riots from earlier this month teenagers between the ages of sixteen to nineteen appear to be from attending social events health commissioner Dr Tom Farley says the goal is to have one hundred percent of people wearing masks and a study finds compliance is falling way short just over half of people at SEPTA stations are wearing masks and about four out of five people leaving stores are wearing masks really pleading with business owners to take this seriously Dr Farley says they are seeing continued progress at nursing homes and in prisons or case numbers have been declining a delay to the green face means people will have to wait at least another week to hit the gym visit the mall or museum pools and salons would still be allowed to remain open Mike Darby KYW newsradio M. D. European Union unlikely to allow Americans to travel into their countries when they start to reopen their borders next week the number of coronavirus cases has surged in the U. S. in the last week the president may remember band European visitors since March other countries most likely to be banned because of high infection rates include Brazil India and Russia Jonathan Bergman arrive from Europe into Chicago's o'hare International Airport if the United States is okay about restricting its borders to other countries I don't see why it's not reasonable for other countries to restrict their borders with the U. S. I mean hopefully this is all temporary the US meantime missing a spike in infections across the country nearly forty five thousand new corvette nineteen cases were confirmed in nationwide yesterday in Texas one of the hardest hit the call the nineteen positivity rate in Texas above eleven percent which governor Greg Abbott calls unacceptable Houston mayor Sylvester Turner says the number of coronavirus cases in his city have risen dramatically over the last seven days our communities infection rate is three times higher than it was three months ago governor Abbott has ordered all Texas forced to close back down and reduce restaurant capacity limits to fifty percent the federal government's extended funding for community based Colbert nineteen test sites in Texas and is surging resources to both Dallas and Houston Clayton Nevil Dallas it's ten thirty nine we have weekend road work in and that is yep the eastbound Schuylkill expressway closed will help you get around that will be checking with the generado for traffic on the tubes call eight five five K. Y. W. news to think an essential workers community leaders or anyone who deserves it for all our sakes we need to avoid crowds as much as possible but what if you need to go to the post office or mail letters and packages whether you're a small business or have a new work from.
How do we avoid the dreaded second (third or fourth) coronavirus wave?
"Are we going to mitigate the risk of the current health and financial crisis happening again if carbon does cape returning over and over again? Is there anything we can do to avoid it? Look the best thing. It depends on which country you're in. It's going to be very hard and countries where there's a lot of corona virus like the United States European countries. That it will there will be waves. Coming back was going to be very hard to get rid of it altogether. And what that means is you've got to get to a point where either you've opened up the economy and you've accepted the fact. There's going to be a lot of deaths ongoing or your country Australia or New Zealand. Hopefully some of the Asian countries like Taiwan maybe Singapore. And get back to this point. Where you've got very few cases in the community in which case you can slowly open up the economy with lots of testing lots of contact tracing lots of and very strict isolation and quarantine and in that way. One would hope that you're going to get on top of each outbreak and not have to close down the economy again. So that's why everybody talks about testing testing testing testing. Because testing is once. You've got it down to very low levels. Testing AND JUMPING ON OUTBREAKS. Is the way you control it and stop having to keep on returning over and over again? What we talked about the other day was slightly artificial but if it does disappear it could keep coming back in terms of depending on how long the immunity is and that. Hopefully we don't get to that point because we'll get a vaccine or we'll get treatment which means when it does come back we can treated effectively. That actually brings me to the next question from an audience. About someone's asking you spoke about the virus may be coming back again and again. They're saying where does it come back from? Where is it hiding out? Really good question. Well it would be that. It slowly is circulating under the radar in the community where people are getting very mild symptoms children or young people and they think just the common cold and not necessarily getting tested for it as they are are. It may come in from overseas when you're let down the borders. There's lots of places in come from and assumes in that situation that you've got a degree of immunity in the population and it's under control and that immunity in goes away so again. That discussion is a bit more for places like New York and is restricted where they may have a bit more immunity but even after this epidemic in places like New York dies down even if it's forty percent of people who've been infected and still unknown. That's still not high enough to prevent returns of return of the virus so it was very much theoretical that if we actually got to a degree either. Fu flattening the curve and slow infection of the community to a point of reasonable haired immunity. You could get it still circulating around. You would notice it very much. But then when immunity dies and the rest of the population goes away it surges bank. Another question from the audience. Someone asking we've talked about the second week crash a couple of times. What is it that causes our immune system to become hyperactive in the second week of the illness? In some people. If only we knew don't really understand why that happens in influenza can happen in young people and in pregnant women and in this condition it happens in older people and it is simply the immunes. It's not simple at all. Actually but the immune system does return and very aggressively and interestingly the more that's discovered about what happens in severe disease with Colvin nineteen the more complicated it becomes. It's more than just an immune reaction turns out. There's a clotting reaction where you get blood clots in the lungs. You get blood clots in the fingers. It's a clotting diseases well and they're giving blood thinners to people with covered. Nineteen you other responses in organs it turns out to be really complicated and nobody fully understands it and some people are worried because it is so complicated. That just giving drivers like maybe hydroxy chloroquine or other immune suppressants. You might still not help it because it might be something else going on as well. I think one of the things about Kobe. Nineteen to remember is just how new it is. It's like it's we just white now. What the long term effects are for such a long time. Well that's right and right at the beginning of Corona cast. We were asking a lot of questions about had long term effects and what we did when we spoke about. This feels like three years ago. But it's only a few weeks ago is we say when when you look at SARS one. Two Thousand and two people did not seem to have long-term effects that does not seem to be the case with covered nineteen. There are some people who recover completely. There's some people who take a long time to recover new notice. Boris Johnson doesn't you is taking a long time to recover. There are some people in whom they get a brain infection and it affects the way they think. And there's some people where it damages heart so this is not a benign disease either in the short term Orange
Another round of court hearings on Keystone XL Pipeline. U.S. Oregon Senators advocate for tribal COVID-19 funds.
"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez another hearing was held last week in federal court involving the keystone xl pipeline largely centering on the reach of president. Trump's two thousand nineteen unilateral permit government. Lawyers say it allows only the one point two miles of pipeline needed to cross the US. Canada border opponents say it enables hundreds of miles of pipeline through Montana South Dakota and Nebraska Victoria wicks reports pipeline. Opponents were heartened by an order. Judge Brian Morris issued the day before the hearing in a separate but related case he found that the US Army Corps of Engineers permitted the K. XL pipeline without considering potential damage to endangered species and habitat and he ruled not see energy cannot build through approximately six hundred and eighty eight waterways along the three state route until the core has done a more thorough analysis. Sierra Club Attorney Doug Hayes explains that April Fifteenth Order Army Corps has to engage in further Environmental Review further consultation under the endangered species act before it can reissue. Nationwide permit twelve itself as also points out. There are no waterways in the one point two mile border-crossing at the April Sixteenth. Hearing an attorney for the Rosebud. Sioux tribe says pipeline. Construction will harm the tribes mineralised states. Along the pipeline's route a government attorney response that the tribe has no mineral estates in that one point two mile stretch at the border pipelines supporters say treaty violations and damage to land water and cultural sites is a problem to be addressed by state and local governments. Not The feds judge. Morris will consider granting summary Judgment to one side or the other and will also rule on plaintiff's request in light of the covert nineteen pandemic for a halt to construction that has begun in the one point. Two Mile Corridor for national native news in Victoria Wicks in rapid city. South Dakota Colvin. Nineteen relief funds need to be administered quickly to tribes say some US lawmakers as KFC's. Brian Buhl reports senators. Jeff Merkley and Ron. Wyden want stimulus aid to not adhere to population based formula. The Oregon. Democrats argue that such a formula limits tribes abilities to help their respective communities most are small scattered in rural areas where infrastructure and services are often underfunded and dated Senator Wyden the tribes have been hit very hard though from a health and economic standpoint. Christner sears a tribal council member with the confederated tribes of the Grand Ronde. He says because of pandemic measures they've had to close down their casino which was their primary economic generator a lot of uncertainty. And we feel comfortable with where we're at right now but staying closed indefinitely could have some pretty dire consequences for our travel government mercier. Says he's not sure what form direct aid from. The federal government will look like just sitting there hoping that arrived soon for National Native News. I'm Brian Bowl. In Eugene Oregon six tribes have filed a lawsuit seeking to stop Alaskan native corporations from accessing shares of eight billion dollars in treble cove nineteen funds the tribes from Alaska Washington State and Maine are suing the Treasury Department arguing. The money from the cares act should only go to travel governments and not Alaskan native corporations. Many tribal leaders across the country have raised concern. Will several leaders of Alaskan Native Corporation? Say they're following the law and intend to use the funds to address covert nineteen needs tribes had until Friday to apply for the funds which are expected to be distributed by April twenty sixth. I'm Antonio Gonzales.
"colvin" Discussed on Into America
"Seven and a half years ago. My daughter was born. I was the first person to hold her. The doctor hoisted her nine pounds. Self into my arms and she settled into them as if she'd been there all along. I looked down at her and then on my wife and smiled. My mother and siblings were on the way and I couldn't wait to get home to introduce our little girl tower. Small village of family and friends who feed us with love and laughter and the occasional home cooked meal. This is how it's always been welcoming life and it's not unlike how we'd say goodbye. In death scene morning can look a lot like celebration if you look closely enough. It's a form of communion at every funeral. I've ever gone to my best friends. Two of my stepbrother's my grandmothers aunts uncles. We push into each other's arms and fill that new emptiness with love and laughter. There's the visiting reminiscing and the huge post funeral meal at their repast in the age of Colvin nineteen babies are still being born. Everyone who's already planning their flights when they're going to come. You know. I think people were already planning on how they were going to help us and loved ones. They're still dying but now instead of coming together around these life events we're being told to keep our distance when she passed away and the shock sort of faded. I realized you know I have to plan a funeral in the age of the corona virus. How is this going to work?.
France to close all restaurants, cafes, cinemas and clubs due to coronavirus
"France is taking bold measures to slow the spread of the virus in Paris including closing the cafe is the city is known for I'm Elaine Colvin parents this is sound we're not going to be hearing for a while the prime minister has just ordered all cafes restaurants and cinemas to close from midnight he says they are not essential to the life of the country although many French people would
Atlanta: Georgia crash on Interstate 95 leaves 6 dead, including 3 children, officials say
"Head head on on crash crash on I. ninety five in south Georgia killed six people including a wrong way driver according to liberty county deputies to adults and three kids and a Nissan died when a seventy seven year old man behind the wheel of a Lexus struck the S. U. V. as he drove southbound in the northbound lanes of the interstate there Autechre white Lexus is out of Florida and the gray SUV there's out of Virginia lieutenant Jason Colvin says investigators do not believe the elderly driver was impaired but they don't know what caused him to go the wrong way
Oil prices steady, on course for weekly gain
"And oils heading for its first weekly gain since early January off the prices from the floor amid uncertainty of the impact the crane of ours with plus would respond with additional production cuts very pleased to say we joined here in this year by running a sale who is the CEO of of the Austin oil and gas explorer and the welcome for to the program right now thanks very much indeed for being with us let's just get a picture of the moment over the oil situation because we see all kinds of moves a concern we have B. P. you cool speaking this week talking about moving beyond the oil and set me being Colvin free by twenty fifty how what's your reading at the moment of aware of where the oil market is in the legs like the latest precious not only from environmental concerns but also from falling bond from China well I think the the art market is heavily impacted entry does by the corona virus old tree disinfected at the moment I haven't seen anybody who has not the flu although he wasn't in China so that it's very much driven by the demand side but the our markets to have the systematic that the supply side can react sewage heavily depends on pack we do see that Libya is off production we are missing about a million barrels per day so this is stabilizing the market the people are not realizing that this is let's say a potential also for the downside of the our price because if Libya comes back and they can restart click click then we do have a large over supply in the market and we need to see a more heavy a reaction from all packed than just the six four thousand births per day they are discussing at the moment so where do you see the fool for oil prices than right now well we do think that we have a sixty dollars per barrel for twenty twenty which is less than we have seen last year but this is of course taking into account that there will be a stabilizing fundamentally especially by old pack if they don't react on the miss balance in the market then we are going to see a floor which is more the fifty when we talk about some of your specific areas where you're in Romania is a very interesting error if you the Neptune project but how is not progressing how closely you to decision on this this project well it's everlasting story to be honest you know we we have such a great project there we do see some progress as we speak about the frame work so the government is working although we are going to see another election up coming in Romania but I'm very confident that the parlamentarios approval process will take place and that we do get a and improve offshore lores so that let's see the economics we are calculating will be satisfying yeah we got X. yeah that's that's that's the that's the second point you know how how you should dance a tango you know and this is the open question and Exxon is started the pro says and we don't know about the timing and it's up about the bits which are coming in and Exxon only can answer your question so from our point of view it's very important that the OMB has a chance to take over the operate to ship because we have started the project from the very beginning and to if this is going to happen then we can keep the timeline for the development that's our main interest yep but we will not go for the fifty percent share of X. on what I'm up to date guidance can you give us a Libya production this year right now that's a difficult one yeah from from my point of view Libya will will stay offline for longer yes so I think there is not an easy compromise set by the two parties fighting each other so that's why I think that the courts will be blocked for longer I am not expecting to see it shortly so I'm calculating Q. one like last year well we had no production in the first quarter so hopefully it will start to come back second quarter but nobody really knows find what does that mean for overall production for twenty twenty them over overall production we have guided that this is about five hundred thousand per Spiti we can keep this but this is of course heavily depending when Libya's coming back yeah if Libya is offline the entire year then the number might look lower and finally what about new stream to where we will not well we are we have seen so much progress so far yeah so not seem too weak sergeants on love there's no clarity on the time I nobody knows I think and if we do have a concept plan B. being being explained by I do not seem to company I think that I can give you a better answer timing is a question mark about what is for sure is that the sanctions have blocked the pipe laying activities it's only a remaining five to ten percent of the overall construction Lange's as so we need to find out and don't seem to company needs to find a proper ship which is not affected by the sanctions and I think they're looking around Rhonda I'm really interesting I outlined by BP's new CEO of how they gonna tackled climate change of course the criticisms whether they wasn't necessary enough given a detail given up but the the time line on this website the starting point is that of where they actually want to go can you give any kind of guidance like that own in these plans I'm towards any form of carbon neutrality well I'm not not such a big fan and to have of fog the vision for the year twelve fifty to be honest and I'm I've I'm I'm afraid that the young generation is not waiting for a twenty fifty that will be going to solve the subject I think the they are urging us to demonstrate that we do have short term solutions and we focus on that for short term solutions envy will not so heavy engage in renew books I think there are many many companies who are now getting the call we will go and invest into recycling especially we will take care of all the plastic ways to recycle it we will prepare ourselves for a hydrogen company run a thank you so much for that run a sailor that see over the Austrian oil and gas explorer in V. joining us live in the daybreak Europe Steve thank you so
"colvin" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast
"Friends. Help friends find the story song podcast and you can help your friends find the show by leaving us a review. Wherever you listen to podcasts? We'll read the best reviews news on the show and then you'll be famous and you won't have to be nice to your friends anymore. We're back it's time for lessons. Lessons learned will listen to we. Learn from the song I'll start this time. I'll just say you know Obviously if you're doing something big rate you wind up professional If you're doing like plumbing or like trinity like this up you WanNa mess around pro there but if you've got a few small repairs You can definitely do this yourself out of money by whatever it if you have like a light. Switch says and working or like toilet won't stop running you ORLYK. I don't think there's like a loose doorknob. You don't have to go out and hire someone you can just burn your house down and it's GonNa fix the problem. It's whatever it is. Just just burn the house down. Yeah it's GonNa save you a lot of money then hiring approachable. You're right because I mean I assume every right of repair in mouse bring Heston. I think there's anything wrong. Burn down to move onto the next one call. Sonny's house burning cartoon verbiage for you. I know I had. I had a squeaky door. And there's only one thing to do about that. WD Forty horrid. No W four years burn me just choosing between Canada kerosene kerosene. You know when you have like a like a table bowl that has a an uneven leg and you put a matchbook under it and why should this matchbook Scott. Yeah just leads to another. Yeah Yeah and you just go fire make it clean. Yeah when you're going to burn down a house. Yeah I mean be prepared when you are when you are GonNa be you know be prepared for the elements bring a sweater. Make sure that it because it's going to get chilly. And as an arsonist you're going to want to watch. And here's why and you're GonNa be outside of the house. Obviously but then you have to be a little farther throw away. You might be up on a low mountain cold up there you want to make sure that your your set with a sweater you know or at least a heavy coat or heavy jacket. I'm sorry you said like you want what you WanNa Watch. You'RE GONNA be saying here's the thing you're gonNA think Hudson fire. I'll stay warm on the fire. Because what Mo that fires out Zinger Zinger Real Cold Ray for that. It's like being in the desert hot during the day. Get real cold night so you have to be prepared for that right right because also you don't WanNa be not to call when you're running away from the police who were chasing because you bring the house down right on. That's gotta be ready for that. That's valid Michael. I learned When you go home for Thanksgiving Do stuff in advance. He could spend more time enjoying the holiday. Make you Pumpkin Pie in advance. Make your cranberry sauce in advance. Right out your revenge book. Well in over years and you'll just be able to get things done. You need to get done. And they enjoy the holiday and just relax. Just relax also learned that Sunny in the song. I'm pretty sure is not the sunny in the Bobby Hebb song for those of you. Who enjoy all these as much as I do Probably not know that sunny smiled at me and really really ease the pain. uh-huh this sunny just things. She's the pain by right. Yeah all right well. Thank you so much for listening This story song podcast. Please follow us on social media like twitter instagram facebook. And please leave us a five star review on Apple. PODCAST if you can. We'd really appreciate appreciate it or wherever you get your podcast. Wherever wherever they will let you leave a review leave a review? Leave a good review for us. Absolutely So much for listening Dan McNamee. I'm Rachel OAKES and Michael Gazelle back next time with another great story song. Thanks for listening.
"colvin" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast
"Latest album was released in in two thousand seventeen. It's really about it. Yeah but She also did a Do not a duet album. Yeah I guess duet. You went album with steele who we spoke about. Oh Yeah Oh that's right. Yeah that's that's how this came up because she had done. Yeah Work Yes I think he's that's right. She's wearing with him or they toured together last year. I think that was with like me Lou Harris and somebody else. Yeah but Shawn Colvin and in Steve Rural known each other for a long time and they released an album and toward together the two of them to great acclaim. Yes yes yes well. It's very well respected so when we had done see real you mentioned John Calvin and I you know this is a real world story song expanding universe because they have a connection and I was like yeah right I should did some research on Shawn Colvin. Yeah and here it is sets here story full CIRC. We got so that again. That's really about why did I mean she's just a working musician beside albums she's doing great so okay couple of fun facts. Okay on the Simpsons episode where Marge Flanders Died. Wait what Calvin played. Net's potential new love interest. Oh and rock singer Rachel Jordan okay One of my favorite lines ever from the simpsons when she's discussing how. She went from a Christian rocker being a secular rocker in. She just says you just change Jesus to be be another fun fact so there was an incident at the grammys where. ODBC that's dirty bastard from Tang clan storm the stage after losing the puff daddy and he screamed Wu Tang for the children very famous incident But Shawn Colvin was the person who was was interrupted she was Sending the next Grammy Connection on stage. So Steve Earle moutain. She's doing a duet due at album. He is pretty fast but Space and she's doing with Redman so she filling. She's doing it much like Natalie he cold did it with she's doing od. I will make myself correct. I Louie's featuring Calvin microphone and then just like for no reason black and white archival footage of ODBC turn with the long fifties microphone bats. THATT's man okay. Oh and by the way yeah. I mean there was ice. I saw no indication that it was based on a true story story. She made up. Oh good story. She made up. Sunny and Sean are not the same. Partisan air quotes. I mean there's like no. There's nothing to the fact that every town she goes to bed house burned south as you think thinking our total coincident nothing yeah. It's sort of like murder. She wrote you just Fletcher Fletcher. Sure now right my house at a town where she ought to take a quick break we come out when we come back to the lesson. Then we learned from this song with earned.
"colvin" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast
"Says So now here's the other thing. It's I'm assuming it. Switches back and forth 'cause whoever our narrator is says sunny gets I came home. Sunny came home right. Then she says has she says days go by I'm hypnotized. I'm walking on a wire. I closed my eyes and fly out of my mind into the fire. But if you don't if you're not super listen close you might think she's saying I'm hypnotized. I'm walking on a wire bub-bubba but she's saying she says that so whoever's talking saying this is what sunny said so the first verse Retz Not Sunny. It's not sunny someone who's telling us this story right so this is one thing to keep in mind but yeah I've hypnotize walk on a wire. I close my my eyes. I fly out of my mind into the fire. So she's thinking about fire a little obsessed with fire images a fire everywhere she goes. Thread thread is like walking on the wire. She is like on the edge of insanity I guess or I don't know I mean why why. She hypnotized Like what's what's going on you know. Does she like maybe she was like she was lie to and like she. You know like the the the walls as of reality or crashing down around her as she sorta like is understanding what the truth is or I think that for I mean I think when she says I'm hypnotized. I'm walking a wire. She understands that she is sort of obsessed with this mission and has a sense of it which is kind of creepy here because it means she's not crazy because people don't other crazy. I I have a sense that she thinks she knows what she's doing. Well I think I think she's also whether she's quote unquote crazy or not. I think she feels compelled. She's blinded by ratios mission. She's like she's hypnotized like. She's whether she wants to do these things or not. They're going to happen they're just sort sort of like she's Almost moving like a robot. Yes almost control. Yeah Yeah Yeah I mean we get into it later but when she says into the fire I flat out of my mind into the fire. Yeah Yeah I mean. She's not walking into the fire. She like if she says this fire. She's not going to also walk into the fine. No no well I mean again I think she she gets away at the. That's true I think she's I think she's setting the stage for a temporary insanity. Defense says it out loud in public. Yeah Yeah Yeah just to be like I'm out of my mind. It was the honor. We would like to plead. ooh ooh The difference between anyway. This is my revenge vange book. And here's my plan. Yeah I mean. I don't think she walked into the fire. She may have possibly Dana in two fatal keys. Zoa Name Dance to the fire so I thank translate them. Maybe the fire walked with her That started peaked. My anyway. Anyway I think the fire sort of serves two meanings here like into the fire. She's walking into the stimulus situation. Yeah right right. But also the literal fire that she's not walking into but it's SORTA into that that's true but she flies into the fire. I just WANNA say she flies out of her mind into the fire. Yeah I think that's the the so. Maybe she can literally fly. I don't know no I think it's the compelled sense of it like that. Her consciousness is just focused on the fire. Fire that she is she has her mission. Her one focus is making sure that she gets her revenge and and it is fire. And it's yeah and it's the literal Israel fire and also like the metaphor like it's burning inside of her right now they have like burning it all the way of just like we did. Sean Coleman. Yeah because I clear clearing the ground owned shorts just just burn it all. You know I mean who hasn't thought that WHO hasn't burned hands up handsome handsome. Who among US I said? Oh no and it's only Step out of the room that where it's now. Thank you Joe. Sesame uh-huh sunny okay. Yeah so So moving on Sunday She says sunny came home with names as we already referenced. I love this line. She didn't didn't believe in transcendence. It was time for a few small repairs. She said sunny came home with a vengeance. uh-huh so she didn't even transcend is when I wanNA take from. That is like if you you if you believe in transcendence you're like I'm going to let it go whatever it was going to rise above whatever it says but she didn't believe in transcendence right. She believes in getting revenge bench right. She believes in like retribution. Whatever it was done to her she's going to give it back tenfold? Yeah I think Shawn Colvin believes that transcendence Rosa vengeance now. That's close enough close enough for nineties in Iraq. Let's say that that is pretty. Well rhymes that was just saying the use of the word transcendence real helpful in a vengeance song. That's that's what I'm saying. That's what I'm saying but yeah no but I just I just. I really liked that like because it's not Kurt. Could she could say like she believed in revenge or she you know she but she doesn't. She says she doesn't believe in transcendence right right. She's not she's turning. She's turning away from being the bigger person here uh-huh and trying to rise above and live and live a happy life as you know The best the best revenge is living a good life but no she's going she's GonNa take some. She literally took some names. She's going to mass and then takes looking down on a piece of paper. So we were talking a little bit about the juxtaposition of like the music and the the content just the fact that her name is Sonny. Oh yeah she believes that's amazing so good perfect name for it perfect day you would not expect somebody named Sonny to be so Have such a bad disposition and it just it works so well and again. It's the do do do do do but this one I do. I'll have to say I going back to my D- shrugging okay. The fact sheet by the way we said it does. It does doesn't make me think that maybe this is coming back to her hometown. Because she comes back with a list of names and she's coming back it doesn't make as much sense if she's coming coming back from a hospital or from a mental institution. I mean he could that she was like making up this list of names in the hospital but having a list of names of people so from your past and going back home makes more sense to me mostly because I have my own list of names better. Watch out for your Thanksgiving Song excluding excuse going home. She has listen as all the people. She won't say hi to anyone out. Yeah yeah she's a list of names of all the people choose bringing Pumpkin Pie too overloaded right Might as well make this demand from home. Might as well. Everyone's no one's GonNa be there yet but yeah but I mean I think the thing like let's just say and again not trying to get through dark here but let's just say like her husband. beat her up right. And she's in the hospital and revenge. She went to shoot one name right. The listen name says like she's got a long history of bad style. Trauma happened to her and she's GonNa L.. Listen as the people who back home we're GONNA pay right and those type of things happen in a location. It's she's not going to please. Sunny came home for this purpose. Yeah Yeah Okay I believe okay. I'm in it now. I got it here. Well all right. So it's now there's another reliance she didn't believe in transcendence. It's time for a few small repairs. She said I think I think. That's very to the tools referring to the fiberglass referring to a couple of other things maybe like somebody's brake lines need to be cut. Maybe like the way I read it as shoes news. She's going to say yes I'm GonNa say no you told me what I'm GONNA I. I read it as more like a psychological repair opposed to a physical repair essay. Well I'm going to call Diana Ross Song please trying to undo some damage image. That's been done right. Yeah that's yeah that's how I read. It was that It's time for some repairs. Yeah I've been done wrong and I'm GONNA fix expat right with my box. Something was something was done wrong to me and with my box of tools. I am going to fix that thing. That was done. Ryan went to repair it and her. Her box of tools includes coping mechanisms and right right right and fire just wants to really taste like like the the essence of Prometheus is the literal fire. The thing that was given Grand Guy Guy by the way it was general rock test. He's got a rough time. I A few small repairs. uh-huh sunny came home with vengeance which is great. Because that's how you say like Oh man. He really went at it with a vengeance. Yes he he. He pizza with a vengeance by like so she's coming home like superintendents but also like with a engines pizza we were. We're talking about teenage mutant Ninja Turtles before that's probably why it was in my head was going to let it go but I just can't. The things people can do. The ants. Eating a pizza was not one of my minority. uh-huh right T- sure. Oh my Lord Anyway. Domino's came to town and he had to close down as pizzeria. You get it revenge on them. Yeah Yeah it's sort of a I. M speeds with a vendor spite eating in higher.
"colvin" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast
"Everybody welcome back to the story Sung guest. I'm Dan Akron. I'm I'm Rachel Oaths and I'm Michael. So we walk through storytelling and this week this is a classic surprise. It's the story songs I had no clue veggie didn't know this sunny came home by Shawn Colvin and The story is straightforward but also a bit of mystery not entirely. Sure what's going on here but but Just kind of my favorite kind of story right right long story short sunny who is A woman has come home. We don't know from where. Yeah we don't know what's going on. We don't know why she was way. But we're GONNA what we'll get into that in a little bit but she comes on home from somewhere comes home to our favourite room room and she's got some work to do he's got a list of names With a plan. She's come home looking for some sort ktar revenge on somebody and a voice and we'll we can talk about where this voice from sort of voice convinces her best thing to do. Burn that house down. Yeah and so she does she and the voice actually like gives her advice on like the best way to to house down. And that's kind of the the house house burned down and then this narrator whoever it is tells us that she's out there somewhere and she's doing all right but sunny came home with emission That's that's the story of sunny and her five year plan. I'll tell you what. Yeah she's he's got a five year plan just got it all settled.
"colvin" Discussed on Best BBQ Show
"Like you said you you have to eat a salad in we have to take aches sometimes like last night we were eating this amazing meal from from Chef Gavin and I I was eating more of the vegetables than anything else because it was of our third meet course and I needed to be made this crazy potato that was stacked and double cooked and you know the the there's a lot you can with everything and cooking a great steak is just as good as you know some some awesome Kale with cheeses butters and Are Y'all ah y'all have a favorite thing that you cook you a favorite trick or you know like a tallows the big thing for me right now and in Texas because it's a good way to use a fat repurpose it for other things you'll have something that you learned throughout your I guess I can start I cook a decent bit is definitely the friend in the group that cooks dinner and everyone comes to my house oftentimes don't get home as Grad students as most of it this are now we kind of made that transition in you're supposed to sit in your office until like five and act like you are really working or doing something there so we don't get home early enough often that you know a big three course meal is like feasible but I've started recently using an instant pot I love of using a pressure cooker especially for beef dishes I can cook a whole roast in like thirty minutes for everybody so I'm a big fan of that in it kind of the ease and convenience it provides me as a student in it doesn't hurt can sometimes by cheaper cuts of beef in the instant pot helps them out a little bit again go back to the college budget there's not always a ton of room for really high quality veep like you'd probably want but I have done with that and and do a decent bit of of because I love the instant potter thing it's one of the most magical things you can put in your kitchen you can I cook a lot of stocks and things so you can just set it for twenty hours Pretty Cool Taylor yeah any of my friends will tell you that I'm not the shift the group which is interesting because I work in kind of a more culinary focus role now so I'm learning I'm getting there something I've kind of really take a liking to recently cast iron cooking finally got a good easy peasy there but Yeah I love grilling to any kind of weekend you know Grad School we didn't have much time during the week to to get a good you know hearty meal cooked AH loved a good weekend tailgate grilling situation was always one of my favorites and the the fans will appreciate because we haven't doc much about cooking this whole week we've been talking about beef from talking about science are are y'all are y'all on any kind of news feeds do you feel like you get these are you looking at spreadsheets are you more in your industry I Know Kelly you said you're you're teaching and also studying chandler you're working at Tyson and care obviously you're killing at a cab so what do y'all interact with on a daily basis what's what's what's in your life look like mine I go to class that was for your professor right being productive doing something a lot of times you're trying to figure out what you're supposed to be productive at but yeah I'm taking a couple Grad level meet classes which on so that's kind of the start of the day in the night teach our introductory meets class to freshman predominantly with the two thousand level meant to be the an intro it's called the meat we eat into I'm supposed to cover everything from ground zero kinda quick flash of every the industry ultimately what you would want a consumer to know so it's been really interesting for me because a lot of these kids that are in the class now aren't necessarily animal science majors they just kind of thought that it sounded interesting and they wanted to learn more about the industry which I definitely applaud a lot of times those ones end up having more opinion is on things and they wanNA talk and hold more conversations and ask about implants.
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"Shortage of beef in a long time so I kind of had to send that back and be like I I I need to know what you're referencing because I think he got it right you might be talking about pork or something else is ideas and it was sad that they're section got cut short but I got an extra hour with myself so I got to pick her brain what what are you learning what are you taking away from this weekend besides the knowledge with you I definitely big fan of any Cadillac session anywhere that I'm at I think students learn a lot but I mean especially from producer perspective or standpoint it's kind of sometimes thankless part of the industry and to get those producers up on stage those video that they produced them explaining what they do every day and getting to get recognized for for all their hard work over the here's was something really special I think for them but also really cool to see from where we're sitting over and people are winning these brands that are super cool on a plaque with a certified logo I don't think anyone's ever going to use them but there it's a beautiful piece to put in an office and actually talking with the staff and the ones 'cause I noticed on stage they were kind of handing it back and forth known as taking with them and they actually coordinated so everyone this this conference today tomorrow and Thursday almost everyone is going to have there's landing at their doorstep so they literally get to go home and arrive with their award yeah I'm not sure that TSA pre check is going to be on board with that of those branding irons are really cool awards in Chandler I've made I appreciate your comments on those because when we work with cattle the cattleman especially those are the awards that I have the returning to work the closest with so I had the opportunity to be on stage this morning presenting some of those awards and so there's like this split-second moment where the winners have not come up yet and the lights out there really bryce you can't hardly see anyone but I'm this year our commitment to excellence winners and the seats dot category so these are registered breeders who they are where the brain starts were high quality cattle starts it's a couple from Idaho have had the great fortune of knowing them for for quite a while have always Meyer what they do this year they're celebrating their one hundredth year and businesses ranch I look down it gives me chills even thinking about I look down and I see art and Stacy Butler holding hands getting ready to walk up on stage and stacy's just wiping tears of joy out of I because you can see the pride that they have and this about Randy blocks presentation man I I swear that guys forgotten more probably in the last week that I may know my life about the cattle markets but as as history knows whether you're a rancher or cattle feeder or a packer or in food service or retail it's not pretty it's not real normal where everyone of those segments is making the same amount of money at the same time depending on what the market does there's some fluctuation we all kinda take our turns winners and losers and to see that much variety of business in the same room here in the same market reports and realizing that what goes on here with the brand and with the high quality consumer demand everyone gets to walk away a winner from the hundred-year-old ranches to the family meat companies who have been business for three generations it's just it's pretty darn special yeah and I I was looking up to also see that the tier getting wiped and it was it was beautiful to see because not I mean the the thing that brought tears to her I was the beautiful presentation the produced video that was created for them and it's cool that mm you all go out there and and really cover the people doing this you you you have beautiful cinematography of these ranchers is that one part of one of the things you do at a cab so I have the opportunity to work pretty closely with selecting the correct winners so our our said correct I don't know if there's a writer wrong answer there's so many good folks out there who are worthy we do have a producer communications team they they work very closely with the script writing I would say the hardest part of their job is editing those scripts down 'cause they'll go out and spend a day sometimes two days with those folks and those families and there's so much great content we we've got a a tight window to hit for those two minute videos and it's kind of painful some of the great content they have to cut out of those we'll tell you we've been given these awards for many many years I really have only been doing those production videos for Gosh maybe the last five years and the reason we started that is because we presented the awards as a way to get more ranchers and cattle feeders to our conference to integrate with other folks and we realized that just expecting them to bump into someone at the hotel tomorrow have a meaningful conversation just doesn't do it justice and so those videos are really a way to tell their story better and I would argue that since we started doing those videos it causes our licenses to want to seek those people out it's really great to see how many folks at the break at the end of the session they'll come up towards the front of the room and find those award winners and just like man congratulations and thank you for what you do I think it just helps to bridge that gap a little better well we'll see nope I'm I'm always curious about you know as a beef professional Keira like are you also kind of seen as the resources I in this way where everyone kind of ignores the amazing efficiency that one cow can turn something we can eat into something we could eat is that something that you're kind of the advocates in your group about or is that have known to the people around you yeah it's kind of like what Chan Kylie were saying it depends on the group as continues in the beef business kind of you build your friend group around a lot of the people you've had the opportunity to meet and sometimes you're sitting around and we just create this great carnival circle of friends where we are meat eaters meat eaters and within that group it would be man I would feel arrogant to say that I was the resource because I'm surrounded by some folks who who are just tremendous mentors know a whole lot more than I do but they they kinda help iron sharpens iron as as I get into some more diverse groups they make me better and being more well educated about not not well educated but more well versed in how to have those conversations with sue who do want to learn more the word advocacy You can be as intentional about it as you wanna be or it can be just an organic conversation whether it's you know some family members or she sit next to on the airplane or someone of the grocery store who just you know looks at this round steak like it's got six heads and they don't know what to do with it or even it's an off the cuff comment and my my husband and I we raise Karsh Langas cattle in northeast Kansas as well we have some some landlords who worked with fabulous people appreciate how we manage the land they don't come from an egg background they don't have a meat science background in animal science background they're just happy to have someone who they see they care about the land they care about the the ecosystem and they see that we handle our cattle well and when they have questions about L. I don't don't really know what to do with this had a meat or you know I saw that you had to to Dr Cal this why did you have to do that when you when you have some semblance of credibility and you show people that care they sit up and listen it's not a controversial thing at all it's just we're all just here to have conversation I tend to think that if I'm if I'm around to me people who agree with me I started to get nervous because I'm from New York and we like to fight a lot I prefer a little disagreement between people and I throw barbecues with people and I make vegetables I always provide at least one usually to non meat dishes because you you know.
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"Okay this week I have a pretty interesting interview it's all about the seeing that or is it more still the youth honestly between you and the college students I'm probably the least qualified I at this table right now to talk about the expert of social media but I I would say yes by and large whether it's our own certified chief cattleman connection which is our producer audience facing web presence from Instagram CB cattle or on our facebook page twitter we are using those social media platforms as are several other facets of the cattle industry to disperse information to folks who are interested in learning more about how to manage cattle towards a high quality in point and a lot of ways it's how we can caen continued to connect with our audience far and wide connect with the younger audience we we see a lot of one on one engagement I'm I'm certainly not the person or the or the biggest part of the team that makes that happen but I that it's an incredibly important part of our business today I don't see it going away by any stretch absolutely it's a it's here to stay oh it is whether you're in the cattle business or the meat business or the food business you're in the people business and I think a lot of time social media just it it connects people in ways that we didn't fifteen years ago and is just another way that we can continue to to make connections with hugs yeah and I have the pleasure of connecting people in Saudi Arabia all over the United States Philippines Australia and I I'm missing a few but I've been getting I've been putting up a ton of stories so grandma just full of inbound messages questions asking people about certified Angus beef degrading the supply someone asks about a shortage but I don't think there's been a but for Chandler and Kylie do you tend to hang out like are your friends also agricultural people are you kind of like the meat expert in your group fronts we get a lot of questions I'm sure when it comes to you know dinners and you know how to cook certain cuts of meat or you know what's the best value college students don't have much money so we're trying to maximize our our value for quality but I I mean I think it's pretty common for us to have a group of friends with like interests but I think it's also important to have a really good diverse group of people surround yourself with a different perspective I mean some of my friends have no background at all oftentimes great have a great perspective on the industry and you know what they're wanting as a consumer and it's things that we we tend to not think about when we get a little hold with with like minded folks around us so I think it's great to reach out to the common everyday consumer and that's easy to do in a friend group so important to have a little bit of both but they make you pick the stakes yes outweighs the bigger thing with me has been family I have lots of friends at school also animal science majors have taken some classes but I get grandparents aunts and uncles and we come to the grocery store with me what's this should I buy a chuck steak or a rabbi or so it's fun I think either way you look at it I liked the education part of stuff that's fun for me but yeah even out home on Thanksgiving around Christmas lots of questions and speaking of Hashtag Colfax are there any big realizations big things did you learn I mean I was sitting in looking at graphs and charts and predictions and Randy was doing some doctor place was just killing it with all the hard when you're out of university to always stay up to date with what's actually current in the industry sometimes so I always enjoy those hang about prices of corn and of where everything's trending where it's moving keeps me connected with what's actually happening outside the university yeah I would echo the same thing I mean Brady's presentations are always just a great way to gather information about what's going on in the industry and kind of a concise way I think what's Kinda resonated with me the most is all the recognitions that have been given over the last couple of days.
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"I got John Locke Ober deputy buckle raise amid tacked on with offended on Texas on the land something that sort of running its beef gives to students all over the country who are studying a meat science and veterinarians even more exciting was one of the take 'em students I got to meet with Chandler Steel Super Interesting Young Woman and also part of many things that you might be trying to get into like Barbecue town halls or barbecue camp brisket camp you know she she got to attend a lot of these things and knows a lot about breaking down beef Kylie Phillips went to college in Florida now graduate student and is using her colon scholarship towards her education and being an even better member of the Meat Community and Carolee actually works for dividing is beef and was Colin Scholarship winner over ten years ago so it gives you a good range of the people that this has helped the people all that have been given an opportunity to be an even stronger part of our community whether they're creating the beef cooking the barbecue it's it's just super cool to have a conversation with these three women and they are they're super interesting so I hope you enjoy this agree time talking to them enjoy this episode thank you for watching or listening to the best barbecue show I am here still covering during the certified Angus beef conference talking to some of the experts on the best beef in the world I think I'm here with Kerley of Cap Kylie Phillips and Chandler Steel who are recipients of the cove in scholarship is correct you can talk to everyone's a little shy but we'll get there so a wildcat a gator in an aggie walk into a bar finish their job for me everybody gets a good steak yeah there you go it's interesting to see how there's so many different people the diversity at this conference is really interesting but it's also look great place to learn about beef hutted anyone can take this off the bat but how did y'all get into the beef industry so my name's Jalen Steel grew up on my family's cafe off operation in central Michigan I headed out to college at Oklahoma State University for my bachelor's degree in animal science graduated in two thousand seventeen and went on to Grad School at Texas. AM to get my master's degree in meat science kind of a beef quality and food safety focuses so I grew up on my family's cow calf operation in central Michigan so as always surrounded by cattle-production we raised her I showed all around the world west and a great way to grow up and so naturally I just kind of wanted to go to college and kind of focus on agriculture and how I can contribute to that Egg industry because a great way to grow up and always loved getting back to my roots which really when it comes down to is really beef cattle and early Phillips your you went to school in Florida about that so I grew up in central Florida not from an AG background at all no real family background I guess we were involved in for Hsa but that was kind of the extent of it Snow strong family ties to agriculture but I knew that I wanted to be an animal sciences injured I just didn't know exactly what I wanted to do with it when I got the degree and so I took a meat science class that was required for my degree in fell in love with it and join me judging team took an internship with a Cisco Specialty Company and I kind of went from there stayed on that track I graduated with an Undergrad in animal science in May just this past year and I started Grad school over the summer in July working on a very similar beef quality type on science degree amazing and Carolee you uh you're also a cove in scholarship winner from ten years ago Oh gosh time gets away it's been more than ten years I've actually been employed with certified Angus beef for the last ten years well I grew up on my family's registered and Commercial Angus calcat operation in southern Indiana went to the University of Kentucky for an AG communications degree thinking I wanted to work in livestock marketing and most people can think about that one college professor who is really really influential in their college career For me mine was Greg Renfro he was my meat science professor and one semester of class with him really just inspired me to look for a career that Mary my love for the live cattle business and the meat side of the business and I've been with certifying speaks in the spring or summer rather two thousand nine and today I have the opportunity to work on the live cattle side of that Brandon beef program I'm open scholarship I think it was around maybe two thousand seven two thousand eight amazing and so this scholarship it's a big deal there's going to be an option tonight to raise money for it correct so the the Coleman Scholarship Fund is actually named after the Certified Angus Beefs First Executive Director Mr Mick Coleman who serve the brand for more than twenty years he was a pioneer and all the right ways back in a time when brandon beef had had never been done before and for the last several years the Coleman Scholarship Fund has been away to really give back to the next generation of pioneers if you will whether it's folks who want to go back to their family farmer ranch and stand the cattle business young people who are looking to go into meat science research for somewhere else in the brain science industry and it's it's something that folks in our entire certified Angus beef brand licensee base have embraced whether it's specialty Meat Company a retailer or on the cattle production side of the business very passionate about it and this auction that you mentioned tonight I have a feeling there's going to be a lot of excitement in the room For the reason of being able to contribute to a cause and this is a scholarship that's awarded almost two hundred fifty thousand dollars already have some stats in front of me there's over six hundred applications ends seventy six recipients so it's a pretty big deal I mean this is really helping drive people through as it is generally agricultural students that apply for it typically it is whether it's students of an AG background or even a NONACP background but have a passion for pursuing some kind of career or further education in in the agriculture meat science industry now Chandler a lot of the listeners apply and try to get into barbecue camp and the brisket camp into some of the things that I think you probably had a lot of access to student what was it like going to studying these of things but at you know in the center of our of the barbecue world so being from Michigan I did not know a whole lot about barbecue so it was definitely kind of cultural awakening for me to go down to Texas and learn about their favorite cook methods of all things that are beef brisket is the staple of of pretty much everything they do down there so to kind of be a helper and a and a teacher at those events but also be a listener and a learner was something that was incredibly really rewarding for me I learned as much as I could still have a lot to learn about barbecue but is a great experience to be able to learn a little bit more about how the realized some of the beef cuts and we definitely did you see products at some of those some of those events and we really emphasize equality is one of the main factors and eating experience especially in the barbecue arena you know there's a lot of folks that down there that is you know high high quality Briskets especially for for their operations so being part of the barbecue program down there was was something really special and would encourage anybody to get involved in that if they want to learn more about our did you have you cooked much brisket not to myself I have I've trimmed a Lotta briskets let me tell you yeah which is a valuable skill in Texas yes it is so I did the work on the front end pitmasters do all the the smoking on the other end so that's amazing so kylie what was it like when you re is you're getting a cold and scholarship yeah this is actually lucky enough for me the second one that I've received so it's been really neat for me I guess don't from Florida so it's not the same as being in Texas Florida's interesting in its own way that obviously is ten of tourism and Food Service side of things is really large I was lucky enough early on to be able to work with the Cisco Specialty Meat Company Buckhead meet a Florida who who sell a bunch of certifying beef and so that kind of gummy familiar with the brand and I got to meet a couple of people that work for the brand and would come into the plant see that side of things and so then to be able to get a scholarship and get to come to something like this where I can meet other people who are interested in food service and really neat from a networking perspective for sure and obviously extremely blessed to have gotten money towards a degree in college expensive so you bet helps it was very nice from that perspective as well and for all of you I mean is there is there a time where you realize you wanted to get into the this business was it from birth was it you know family ranches Feel free to jump.
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"Financing quickly nutrition and i always left i'd love to cook my mom loves to cook and i would cook with her and die and then won't i got into i worked for a magazine so i got into the writing aspect and narrow that that's what i do and if we i create recipes i food i research about food and i love that the science of the how and why not just looking at it but why do you do things in and that that what i like to apply to my recipes when i write thin and explain things with his theory handy when when it comes to a fairly new technique new to a lot of consumers like his feet cooking tell us what sle lease is all about some people have not heard of this uh installment that helps seal quote superbeets style he looked on diesel we mean he is under fact q so that the translation and you push the food in two of bagra feel back we actually tissues freezer bag second would over the air and fill the food is is basically cooking at a long low temperature in a why back in a in a bag and what your inner cities than employment you can use when colvin immersion circulator those are the ones that are how come breakdown in in cost and.