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Fresh update on "coma" discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"Top stories continue. Remar, 24 7 News Center for the first time in a long time, Washington added fewer than 600 new coma cases yesterday. And while that seems like encouraging news, almost Ryan Calvert says, there's another number that tells a very different story. Officially, we added 542 new cases yesterday and for the first time in a while our 14 day averages under 800 new cases daily. Have been those who say they're more positives because more people are being tested. That is true, so it's important to consider a second number. Positivity rate kicks you a different picture. In that you are testing. And you can see what proportion of the entire population that's being tested actually is positive. That's Portland State biology professor Louise Radius Right now, Washington's positivity rate is 5.8%. Oregon's is 6.1% and both are among the highest in the country. Start. Opening schools, universities. There's there's gonna be By force, and he says the positivity rate could possibly get higher. As a result. Brian Calvert camo New Seattle school superintendent. Each Juno will speak directly to parents this afternoon in a virtual town hall. Pushing to have classes start online. This, Folco mostly stole says to make that happen. The district will have to get computers to all students by September. That push started in March, when 10,000 computers were distributed with poor or homeless students getting priority..
Troubles abound, Boeing losses bloom to $2.4 billion in 2Q
"Boeing announces further Cuts in commercial airplane production Is the financial losses mount that story now from comas? Corwin HATE. The aerospace giant Second quarter earnings report released this morning details nearly $3 billion in losses nearly $5 per share. Second quarter revenues of $11.8 billion represented 25% decline compared to this time last year. Similar losses for the first fiscal quarter prompted Chief Executive Dave Calhoun to announce earlier this year. We have decided to reduce the production rates of several of our commercial airplane programs now, the company says. Even further production cuts are needed in the ever built 787 and triple Seven programmes and production of the rent and built 7 37 will ramp up mortgage gradually than expected to 31 per month by the beginning of 2022. That's only about half the number of Boeing was expecting to build before the pandemic
Fresh "Coma" from News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"Lessons could be learned swells could be a bit of place. ST Jude Children's Research Hospital. Finding cures Saving Children Learn more at ST Jude dot org's coma news time now 10 24 as we get a little more increasing sunshine in downtown Seattle talk about the weather in just a moment from now, but first Kira Jordan's traffic update, So we have a new crash into coma. This is north, then I five near the tea dome and two left lanes are currently blocked. So that's causing a heavy backup from Highway 16. We've been working with an opening of the First Avenue South Bridge. So that's what's stacking you up around that a media area north. Then I five is crowding under the convention center in north and 167 Still with some hesitation, right as you're approaching 405 This traffic report is sponsored by all City fence, Protect your business with the new security fence and gate system from all city fence or you're no obligation estimate and security evaluation visit, also defense dot com. Our next to Cho, Mo traffic at 10 34 and the forecast looks really nice, Sunny and warm. A high near 80 today much the same tomorrow, cooling down, bringing in some rain for Thursday highs only in the upper sixties, maybe low seventies and then sunshine and highs.
Seattle sales tax increase headed to November ballot
"Voters this fall will be asked if they want to raise the sales tax to prop up struggling Metrobus service. In return, car tabs would cost less more from comas. Corwin hate. The new 5060.15% sales tax increase would pour cash into buses serving Seattle as well as subsidised bus passes for students and seniors. City Council member Alex Peterson says the taxes needed because metro revenues have gone off a cliff. We can't ignore that ridership on King County Metro has plummeted by over 72% during the covert pandemic. The new tax would replace an expiring 720.1% sales tax. So after the increase, the total Seattle sales tax would be 10.15%. In return, the council would not renew the $60 car tab fee imposed in the wake of I 9 60 last fall's initiative that cut car tab taxes State wide. The Seattle sales tax measure will appear on the November ballot as the Seattle Transportation Benefit District.
Fresh update on "coma" discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"Excuse me Thursday, a chance of light red in the afternoon and only warming. To the upper sixties before we get back to some sunshine Friday, Saturday and Sunday at least afternoon sunshine and highs in the mid to upper seventies right now in downtown Seattle, 68 at 9 46 Stay connected. Stay informed. The Northwest's only 24 hour news station Coma News, 1000 FM, 97 7 Eric Hynes to set our editor's desk. I'm Tom, We're glad to have you with us today. These are top stories we're following. Former Michigan State University had gymnastics coach sentenced to 90 days in jail for lying to police during an investigation into an ex Olympic in university sports doctor Larry Nasser, 65 year old Cathy Clay gets found guilty by a jury in February of a felony and misdemeanor from denying she knew of.
Federal agents on standby in Seattle ahead of planned weekend protests
"Protesters in Seattle say they plan to join a nationwide demonstration tomorrow to stand with Portland against what they call a federal invasion. Expect myself getting whacked on him like I Wass that was jefe Paul, who made the trip down there last weekend from Seattle, says he stepped in when federal officers began pushing a woman and now he's suing President Trump and the Department of Homeland Security. It's comas, Cole Miller.
Fresh "Coma" from News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"We've got an issue with Kira's connection there, so we're going to try to get that fixed and get back in just a moment. In the meantime. Let's check your weather and the forecast with coma meteorologist Kristen Clark prevailing son today and as a result, it will likely be the warmest day of the week. A few spots in Puget Sound in the low eighties this afternoon, whereas our coastal communities are spending a good part of the day underneath a blanket of fog, and that frog will be slow to clear. Therefore, temperatures along the coast could stay in the sixties and low seventies will go for another seasonably warm day tomorrow before a cooling rain returns Thursday. It is a day for widespread clouds and light showers to develop, sending temperatures into the sixties. Meteorologist Kristen Clark in the coma Weather Center. All right right now in downtown Seattle, 66 partly sunny. It is 906 We'll get to care as soon as we get our Technical issue cleared up in the mean time We continue with 20 minutes of nonstop news dozens of challenger's tracking trying to face incumbent Governor Jay Inslee this November as Washington holds its primary election. Comas core would take reports nine statewide positions, including governor are on today's ballot in our state's top two primary two term Governor Inslee will almost certainly be the top vote getter. But who will end up challenging him in November? Will it be the longtime anti tax activists? Simon, I want to be your governor, or maybe a surging knew. Comer like Tri Cities. Physician Raul Garcia. Government is here to help people and businesses prospered. Or will it be one of the 34 other candidates from organizations as diverse as the Labour Party and the American Patriot Party? I don't think I've ever seen 36 people. Run for anything, Let alone governor in the state of Washington, political strategist Ron dot Sour says none of Inslee's challengers has raised much money or raised much of a statewide political profile on Ly. One thing is certain. Someone will come in second to Endsley today and win a spot on the November ballot. Korwin Hey HQ Co Moh Nunes familiar names top most of the other statewide races. Bob Ferguson again running for attorney.
Boston - Providence man sentenced to serve 20 years at the ACI for felony assault
"Is being sentenced to 20 years in the for a felony assault that left the victim in a coma. The Rhode Island Attorney general's office announcing the sentence for Michael DeCosta. Who was convicted by a can't County Superior Court jury in February. On one count of felony assault and battery. Acosta was accused of punching the victim, a man from Warwick at a House party in December of 2017. The office says he faces other charges for alleged actions while he was out on bail, including robbery. A
Fresh update on "coma" discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"To last week. The positivity raid also down along with hospitalizations, and I see you cases. Governor Gavin Newsom, 21.2% decline. The 70 average total number of positive cases. But the positivity rate is also seen a decline as we've increased our daily average tests hopeful signs, But he says it's too soon to know if it's a trend or a blip like Stone. ABC NEWS LOS Angeles Florida's also seeing a slight decline in new cases You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. The camo Morning news. Good morning to you. Welcome to this Tuesday. It's 90 to 66 partly sunny in downtown Seattle. Tom Cutler with our top story from the Coma, 24 7 News Center in Marysville Man, 44 years old. Was hit and killed while walking along a road and starting to this morning that Snohomish County Sheriff's Office says it was walking along.
David Grey on Barefoot Dynamics
"You're listening to another episode of just fly performance podcasts. It's awesome to have you guys here. I hope you're having a great week and thanks for tuning in. So, one of the ways I've been evolving in my journey as a coach has been in really getting into more of a joint base model over a muscle based model on not just in Rehab but also in performance. And I've learned this from several coaches, the I was was in the performance, Roman, that was working with the dairy embar, and then I got into it on the Rehab End with Gary Ward at the end of the day. And I'm sure you've seen this. As this podcast has gone along, but but starting with bio mechanics, starting with the model, by which the body organically and naturally moves and going there I, and if it's that's broken than fixing that I rather than. Working jumping to exercises and muscles I and it's the body is a beautiful thing. We learned so much from it in Moi's excited to dig into it and more of what it does. I'm thrilled to have David Gray back on the show David was our guest for episode one sixty. We talked a lot about the link between pro nation the. gluts, incomplete knee extension, sprinting and running and whole lot more. David is a Guy David is a bit of A. A conduit for me in the sense of he was my first exposure to get rewards Wedge System David I have been corresponding the last year on topics of the foot and pro nation. We oftentimes end up working with the same athletes in the online space together me of the performance end him on the Rehab and and bio mechanics, and it's really been an amazing learning experience for me so I wanted to get him back on the show this time. Flip initially flipping the script. We talked a lot about pro nation last time. And I wanted to start off the show actually addressing super nation, just because I think pro nation can prone as the big thing, but we. We don't just focus on one thing like it's not. The human body is not just about one thing or one side of the equation. If you listen to my podcast with Rocky Snyder recently, I had an experience where reducing the sensation of super. Nation in my foot had me feeling a little bit more like. Like my old, my springy high school self, the way that my feet were popping off the ground, and anyway I just wanted to get into that element of the foot, and we also get into a lot of ideas on on barefoot, and why actually we always say barefoot awesome, and it is, but for some athletes and some clients it actually may not be all. It's cracked up to be based on some pre existing factors, so we're start off with a lot of great talk on the foot and super nation pro nation barefoot. And they we're GONNA get into David's thoughts on a joint base model on addressing knee pain, Achilles Pain in David's go to's in making sure that kinetic chain. The integrity of the kinetic chain is there when we're looking at does an athlete. How would it takes to stabilize joins properly to move properly and to have this baseline by which all other strike strength interventions can be effective, so whether you are looking to get out of pain or years looking for a fuller understanding of the human body, and that joint base model by which we move and operate. This is an awesome. Awesome Show David. He's such a wealth of Knowledge David Guy. WHO's learned from the best of the Best Gary Ward Pasta? Restoration Institute the Martial Arts. The list goes on every time I talked to David. I always learned something I'm always so impressed with such the wide lens that he takes on athletics and the human body, so that all being said let's get onto episode to twelve of the podcast here we go. David Mandate. It's good to have you back on the show. Hey thanks very much for me. always great to. Actually saw I checked before I came on its nearly a year since we last on a podcast and we've chatted quite a beating. In that year, but I'm going to go to catch up for sure. Yeah, a lot of lot's happened since our last I guess. There's a lot of chatting and and cool exercises and things we've. We've shared in the virtual space with that in the time that we've talked so. It'll be great to get to a lot of that today and. Last time, the topic was pro nation. And then this is some of the stuff we covered since our last show, but. Super Nation right like I. Mean it's like you have to be appropriate, but I think I'd like to cover the opposite end of that spectrum if we're always looking at the the interrelationship so. Crew start off a little bit. By what is the? We need to be functional and and and build a work well athletically, but what is the importance? Maybe I describe it to, but what's the description, the importance of being able to superstate the foot in human movement. Yeah? I guess, yeah, we did talk about pro nation quite a lot last I'm I'm quite detailed. The forties quite detailed Bush. If you if you want to call it, pro nation, just kind of the flattening the actors of the flush. than super nation will be the opposite. It's kind of the lifting the actions of the Ford in the foot sex. Alaskan coma. A more rigid lever and people would typically say pro nation is a bad thing and super nation is a good thing, and in reality one doesn't exist without the other. There is no down. There is no left without Roy. On deeper. Are Stalking one of these shootings tend to be the people who have a problem so would see that people who are. On, it's not necessarily about Harrier. showed are any part of your body how it looks. It's it moves and we had this conversation. A little bit recently is why. It's very much about how your foot moves, so if if you look like you have a more pro-native flush. All you would be much happier with you. Having more prone naked are slack force that can actually. Experienced some super nation on some pro nation than someone who looks like they have reading noise neutral looking. For actually can't experience either and so it's not that Pro Nation Gordon Super Nation is bad. Our voice farsight so that we need boats. It's like saying it's like saying the people who say that pro nation is bad. It's like. You shouldn't your spine to the left because you're splitting, should go left and Royce on your foot should go less than Roy on opened their own an in and out, and all these different ways, and that's where moves and if you're going to. If you're going to walk through, should woods you think of where we came from in forest or something like that and your photos is landing on a different tweet in different rock. Rock on every single footstep. Ken, in Footsteps Day Probably Double Dash at our ancestors than your foot, better habitat variability on better be able to react to the surface that you're that you're moving on, and that kind of reaction to this office is a pro nation. Not kind of push off is more of a super
After Protests In Seattle, Volunteers Aid In Clean Up
"Some Some live live in in downtown downtown Seattle Seattle are are appalled appalled at at the the protesters protesters tactics tactics even even as as they they sympathize sympathize with with the the anti anti racism racism message. message. We We get get the the follow follow up up from from comas. comas. Corwin Corwin take take Robin Robin and and emerged emerged from his apartment near the Seattle Police West Precinct brighten early this morning, armed with a soap bucket and scrub brush, trying to take back my neighborhood from Mama violence, He began to wash angry protests graffiti from the walls of an office building across the street from the precinct. He's all four free speech when they like things like this. It plays into the extremist hands as an Asian American. Ng has experienced his share of racism, having like I sic his dog on me and punched me in the face
Washington DC man shot while driving into Takoma Park, dies at hospital
"D C. Police are investigating the death of a 20 year old man into coma Park. Police say. Anthony Riley of Northeast D. C. Was shot yesterday and crashed his car into a tree. But it's not clear if he died from the gunshot or from injuries related to the crash. Police say shots were fired into the car by someone in another vehicle.
3 shot, including 14-year-old boy, in Chatham, Chicago
"Chatham neighborhood. Last night WG ends Tanya Francisco 14 year old boy, 21 year old man and a 27 year old woman were shot on Drexel. Just before 6 p.m. Police say the three were on the sidewalk when a car drove by and someone opened fire team was hit in the head and take into coma Children's hospital So far no word of any arrests to suburban high schools
Oregon officials call for federal authorities to leave protests
"Once once again again converge converge near near the the federal federal courthouse courthouse in in Portland Portland last last night night is is the the actions actions of of federal federal agents agents come come under under fire. fire. Portland Portland Police Police say say federal federal authorities authorities deployed deployed CS CS Tear Tear Gas Gas outside outside the the courthouse. courthouse. This This was to disperse the crowd. And an Oregon U. S attorney is opening an investigation into reports of federal officers, arresting people in unmarked vans in the state attorney general. They're announced the lawsuit against multiple federal agencies. You follow six weeks of nightly protests in the Portland area that often end in violent clashes with police With those federal tactics, sparking an outcry. It raises the question. Could we see a similar show of force from federal officers here in Seattle? In his statement, U. S Customs and Border Patrol says agents had information that at least one person was quote. Suspected of assaults against federal agents or destruction of federal property. Oregon's governor and other elected officials have called for those officers to be removed. The Trump administration is here because they want to score political points with their base. It is absolutely unacceptable. They need to go home and with the president, having recently signed an executive order to protect federal property It means that federal officers could detain or arrest people here in Seattle. Should such protests arise. We know that people's rights are being violated, left and right outside of the Henry and Jackson federal building, this group gathered to show solidarity for those protest Ng in Portland. We just see really The police state, taking it to a whole new level right down the street from US and the Department of Homeland Security, said coma news a statement that run in part, the department will continue to work tirelessly to restore law and order. They're in Portland. It's a
COVID-19 survivors report debilitating physical and mental symptoms months after testing negative
"Of covert 19 survivors continue to experience serious physical and mental symptoms. Months after recovering CBS News Medical contributor Dr Tara No. Rula spoke with several people sometimes called long hauler. Koven, 19 survivor, Ernesto Castro says the day he left the hospital was one of the best days of his life. Did you feel you had survived? You'd beaten this or are you still having some issues at that point? Being in the hospital first long being in the isolation is really hard. I knew that my muscles after feed could hardly walk merely what I got in the hospital. I feel like I got a new opportunity. Late March, Castro was in the hospital for 10 days with severe Cove in 19 symptoms. He was put on a ventilator in a medically induced coma months later, it's clear his battle with the disease is not over. I'm still not 100%. I still feel tired. I still have no stamina doesn't look like much but to me. Kind of like Mount Everest. I have to do every day. Candace McKinney was hospitalized for covert 19 for four days in April, but she never went to the I C u in May. She tested negative but hasn't fully recovered either. I have really bad joint pain. I still have this pressure in my chest. I also had a lot of confusion where I have to rethink several times two or three times in order to comprehend what I'm reading. McKinney's experienced some stranger side effects, too, including loss of hair and the sensation of burning skin. My skin was just on fire Study show Covert 19 patients may experience lingering symptoms from lung, kidney, heart, brain and nervous system damage caused by the disease. The hospital because they were Well enough to get out of hospital doesn't mean that they're healthy Doctor. My officer Rahman leads a post discharge clinic for covert 19 patients at SUNY Downstate Brooklyn Hospital. The clinic taps into different specialists to help patients recover and learn more about the disease is called the dungeon, Bones, the brain, the nervous system, the skin, the kidneys, the heart. The loves the G. I tried. Sounds like the message Your saying is just because you've survived. Kobe did you are not out of the woods. There may be a long term lingering effects on multiple different working and systems. Yeah, I mean, absolutely. Stations may have lingering side effects That is not a parent yet, but it will be a few months years from now.
Seattle City Council debates how to defund police department
"Seattle City Council is wrapping up debates and public input about slashing police funding by 50% more from comas met mark of it. A council heard from two groups that the council members of majority of them have pledged to listen to They have their considerations heard as council members debate on how to defund SPD this year. Now Mayor Durkin is asking for a 5% or $20 million cut for the remainder of 2020. Counsel in the group that air listening to decriminalize. Seattle is asking for Maur this year and definitely at least 50% for next year. And they're talking about a phased approach. Now that what could be really wound down this year, the presenter said. The investment into alternative policing needs to be made. Later this year really have to get out of this paradigm. A believing criminalization. Our response to harm with armed officers is the appropriate response. We know that it's not a had a police chief Carmen best. Tells Cuomo's Michelle Esteban that a cut of 50% would be irresponsible and reckless, she said. If those 50% cuts go through, it would quote unquote decimate public safety and community safety. Here in the city, we cannot lay off. 700 officers and expect to remain safe in the city of Seattle. When seven of nine council members say they support cutting ESPYs budget by 50% and those same council members were meeting to discuss proposed cuts. Chief best made sure she was heard to sitting down for a one on one to say no one asked her, though one's contacting me from the council to talk about what would be a rational thought out plan. The city's top cop says that a 50% cut this year would be quote unquote catastrophic to public safety.
Washington Governor shuts bars and restaurants after rise in coronavirus cases in young people
"State's Paws on reopening will continue for at least another two weeks in comas, Ryan Harris tells us, the governor says. Spread of the Corona virus might force us backward. Governor James Lee says That pause will go on until July 28 that it includes an elimination of live music and bar top service and that there is a significant chance we could see more rollbacks like California and other states. The governor also says it's possible any rollbacks could come before July 28. We simply cannot and will not accept a situation where hospitals are overwhelmed, and the scenes that we were seeing today in Florida and Arizona should not be repeated in Spokane and Tacoma. Says. Numbers like the rates of new infections and hospitalizations, air rising steadily much, he says, blamed on too many people gathering or having close contact, and that's what's driving his decisions. He says The state is seeing a significant increase in the number of cases in young people, especially in their twenties. But that masking and distancing appear to be driving numbers down in Yakima County, so he hopes that message will be heated across the state.
Washington NFL team says it will retire Redskins name, logo
"90 years. Washington D. C is pro football team is retiring the controversial Redskins mascot comas, Bill Swartz remind us of several schools in our state that changed racially offensive sports nicknames. Fight song and logo filled with stereotypes and insensitive words. Washington football team owner Dan Snyder announced the Redskins mascot is being dropped. He and coach Ron Rivera will find an appropriate nickname and logo going forward. Seattle's Nate Burlison played for the Seahawks and is a host on the NFL network. Just about time about time. There's been a lot of pressure on this organization, not just from the players, the fans but also now we know the sponsors, so This is a sport situation. It's a business situation, but more importantly, it's a humanity situation. So I'm glad that they decided to make the change Hall of Fame broadcaster Bob Costas, not a fan of name changes, just a suit political correctness, But the Redskins had to go get yourself a dictionary. By definition. Redskins is an insult sports teams with Native American references date back to the 19 twenties in our state, the state normal school in Jeannie called its teams the savages until 1973 when now Eastern Washington University switched to the Eagles. Seattle you for several decades Homer, the chieftains. Now called the Red Hawks after a push from the Snoqualmie tribe is Aqua High School in 2003 moved from Indians two Eagles While many people have tried Renton High School remains the Indians curator Sarah Sampson, with rentals History Museum says the mascot was originally a tribute to a Duwamish tribal member and an outstanding student athlete Henry Moses. It was quite rare to see a native American playing on a team with all of the white boys. It was very rare, and they obviously did not react well. Toe losing, and so they started calling them the Indians. Henry's teammates took on the name and said, Yeah, where the Indians Moses widow, Christina, wrote a letter to the rent in schools, explaining the source of pride Indians still has for her family and the tribe. I'm
Violence that killed two in Bellevue, near Seattle, began with domestic dispute, police say
"In the deadly shooting and stabbing at a celebration inside of Belleview high rise Saturday night. Two men died. Two others were hurt. Police say a relative of the woman hosting the party stabbed three people, people, and and then then he he was was then then shot shot and and killed. killed. Almost Almost call call Miller Miller with with the the latest. latest. We We are are getting getting a a better better idea idea as as to to what what happened happened who who was was all all involved. involved. The The big big question question remains. remains. Why did this happen? And what sparked this violent domestic feud as detectives work to sort all of that out? We're hearing from people who live here, and they want answers from management as to why in the middle of this pandemic, this gathering was allowed to take place. Saturday night, Police swarmed this downtown Bellevue apartment building the elements. It's where two people were killed and two more were injured in a stabbing and shooting. We've learned that a 22 year old woman who lives in this complex threw a party of some kind, inviting a 41 year old man who she was related to And two others a 21 year old man and a 24 year old man. At some point, a domestic disturbance broke out the 41 year old Male relative relative stabbed stabbed three three people, people, including including his his 22 22 year year old old female female role role to to police police chief chief Steve Steve My. My. Let's Let's says says the the 21 21 year year old old man man died died from multiple stab wounds. 24 year old man was stabbed in the neck, and then he pulled out a handgun. He drew his firearm and fired at the 41 year old male. Killing him, and that woman was also stabbed. She was was later later released released from from nearby nearby Overlake Overlake Hospital. Hospital. So So what's what's the the motive motive behind behind all all of of this? this? We We have have not not been been able able to to determine determine the the motive. motive. That's That's coma coma was was Cole Cole Miller Miller reporting reporting straight straight ahead.
Trump wears mask for the first time in public
"President Trump wore a mask with the presidential seal in public on Saturday, the surgeon general wearing one, too, during an interview as he faced hard questions about earlier guidance, telling people not to wear masks one point in time we prescribe figure at Fred Maddux. The leeches and cocaine and heroin for people of medical treatments. When we learned better, we do better. This New York pastor and Covitz survivor speaking out after losing £50 spending 54 days on a ventilator in six weeks in a coma. I know Still, people do not want to wear a mask and don't want to keep social distension. It is very important. Take this thing. She was here in L. A
2 dead, 2 hurt in shooting and stabbing in downtown Bellevue, Seattle
"New developments in that deadly shooting and stabbing at a celebration inside a Bellevue high rise last night. Two men died and two others were hurt. Police say a relative of the the woman woman hosting hosting the the party party stabbed stabbed three three people people and and he he was was then then shot shot and and killed. killed. Comas Comas call call Miller Miller has has the the latest. latest. We We are are getting getting a a better better idea idea as as to to what what happened happened who who was was all all involved. involved. The The big big question question remains. remains. Why Why did did this this happen? happen? And And what what sparked sparked this this violent violent domestic domestic feud feud as as detectives detectives work work to to sort sort all all of of that that out? out? We're We're hearing hearing from from people people who who live live here, here, and and they they want want answers from management as to why in the middle of this pandemic, this gathering was allowed to take place. Saturday night, Police swarmed this downtown Bellevue apartment building the elements. It's where two people were killed and two more were injured in a stabbing and shooting. Today we've learned that a 22 year old woman who lives in this complex threw a party of some kind, inviting a 41 year old man who she was related to And two others a a 21 21 year year old old man man and and a a 24 24 year year old old man. man. At At some some point, point, a a domestic domestic disturbance disturbance broke broke out out the the 41 41 year year old old Male Male relative relative stabbed stabbed three three people. people. Including Including his his 22 22 year year old old female female role role of of police police chief chief Steve Steve My. My. Let's Let's says says the the 21 21 year old man died from multiple stab wounds. 24 year old man was stabbed in the neck, and then he pulled out a handgun. He drew his firearm and fired at the 41 year old male, killing him. And that woman was also stabbed. She was later released from nearby Overlake Hospital. So So what's what's the the motive motive behind behind all all of of this? this? We We have have not not been been able able to to determine determine the the motive. motive. Let's Let's go. go. Most. Most. Cole Cole Miller Miller reporting reporting
10,000-acre fire burns in Douglas County, east of Seattle
"In Douglas County is now truth or at least 10,000 acres. At least 10 aircraft and dozens of engines involved in the firefighting effort after a change in the wind direction, began pushing the flames toward the community of Mansfield. At last check a level two. Evacuation wasn't effect for Mansfield and surrounding areas. Coma news
Seattle PD chief lays out what 50% budget cut would mean for police force
"Carmen Best is warning of severe cuts. If the city slashes the Police Department's budget in half. Last night, she laid out what de funding would actually look like comas. Cole Miller is more with a national focus on police reform sweeping the country. The city of Seattle is gaining widespread attention after Or a majority of City Council members say they support funding SPD by 50%. It is undoubtedly a polarizing debate chief Carmen Best releasing this video message Friday. To be honest with you. No matter which way things go. There will be further cuts not only to SPD but citywide. And she also sent this letter to Mayor Johnny Durkin, highlighting what she says What happened, Southwest Precinct would have to shut its doors and overall, the department would be forced to terminate or transfer roughly 1100 employees, leaving just 630 deployable sworn members. Homicide and violent crimes team would be thinned down to less than 25 people and with sexual assault cases less than 10 detectives dedicated to those investigations. Other specialty units such as auto theft, burglary, domestic violence, narcotics and vice chief Best says she sees no way to maintain them. The harbor unit Traffic unit and SWAT team would be done away with almost
"coma" Discussed on Don't Blame Me!
"Into. There s the Gauls Hi. I am calling for advice. Obviously me, and my husband has whenever we first started dating. He told me about how you've made a mistake. Whenever he was younger and difficult within the death of the girl who's dating at the time, the girl who's dating at the time you box was a soul mate, and that he was gonna marry her and stuff like that. And when I was basically a second chance. Well. Come to find out. Per Se you had actually gone into a coma. Or I think he said a mom and everything he bought had happened in it. You don't actually kill her. He thought she had a twin. And she. he's actually had contact with her ever since the accident didn't even go. and. Now that he knows that she's alive. He is scared that he is going to. Fall in love with her. And He's terrified of that, and so am I. I'm scared. He's GonNa Fall in BC and I just need some advice on how to deal with this or what we should do so. Does that happen? I don't WANNA lose him. Like that, but I also understand that the maybe something that has to happen. I've suggested he goes that there appear, but he has. Not wanted to do that just because he doesn't want to have a talk all of this out. So I. Don't know if he me some advice. Healthy Great, thank you. What. Fun Sounds like a movie plot. It doesn't know it sounds like fucking soap opera. I can't really compare it. No I mean that's where I was GonNa go, but I didn't. Wait, so how did he think that he killed her? She didn't specify also. I you had. Let's see you had a minute and a half left where you could go into more details. So I wonder if she doesn't have more details like I wonder if he's being fucking like ominous weirdest faulk. That she doesn't even. Like, how would he okay so? So, he thought thought somebody. Is Girlfriend okay? Can we say that we? We've thought that he got like, so he was in a coma. Let's assume it with a car crash. Okay, because like I don't know. That makes more sense. They were in a car garage. I'm not laughing at that. A bit like. Her and then he thought he was driving a car. He thought he got I mean he got into a car crash. She thought he had killed his girlfriend. He was in a coma. So. He didn't actually kill her. Okay. but but then years later. He realized that he had been in a coma in none of that happened. But. He's been talking to this girl the whole time. Yes, she not tell him. But. He's been talking to this girl this whole time, but he realized it was that girl. That girl say grilling high. We dated I'm your girlfriend. Like no one else in your life was like when you woke up was like. Hey, you kill that girl or like? Hey, he or she is like this makes zero sense to me. No. No.
"coma" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
"Sources podcast on your host. Brian stelter coming to you again. This week from my apartment in New York City. We've been figuring out how to remotely tape these podcasts. In the same way that hundreds of media companies have been figuring out new ways to broadcast and report and do it all from remote locations. I'm recording this on Friday April third. The end of the week that saw an official March unemployment report came out but report was incomplete to the boy to be misleading. Because what we're seeing every week. With applications for unemployment benefits. The jobs claims they staggering. They are terrifying. They are a massive story. And I know I'm not an expert in this but I wanNA bring in an expert to talk with us about what reporters should know what everyone should know while covering this economic collapse in the the weeks and perhaps months to come. I caught the rim. Pell is a nationally syndicated comets for the Washington Post. She focuses primarily on the economy policy. Coulter anti join me now. Catherine thanks for on get to be here. Let's talk about what the press gets right and gets wrong when covering the US economy because there's a lot of reporters right now who need a crash course in how to cover? What is this ballooning unemployment rate and this massive crisis in in the business world whether there's multiple emergencies happening on multiple fronts right now? How should we best cover the economic emergency? I think there's always sort of a deficit in economic business quantitative fluency within the media. This was definitely true around the time that the financial crisis and great recession hit now over a decade ago at this point and I think that there was some catching up to speed that happened of necessity in the couple of years after that but A lot of those skills have maybe gone fallow In the years since and so my concern is that I wanna make sure that members of the press particularly those who are in a position to be interviewing economic experts and surrogates of this president or White House officials about economic issues are sufficiently informed to be able to push back when they're being spun end to really have some grounding in what actual economists are saying is going on in. What should what we should be looking for. So I think it's a matter of journalists getting up to speed doing their homework. This is the issue regardless of what the topic is being discussed whether it's economics or national security or anything else but I think it's especially critical today that journalists really quickly get up to speed. Get some familiarity with the data that are coming out and the kinds of ways government officials who need to be held to account might try to allied their questions. So what are communists telling you and other reporters? What are they seen happen? How did they describe what's happening? I think there are a few major themes that I'm hearing and that I'm reading about as well. One is that theories no tension between what's good for the economy and what's good for public health. I think that there has been sort of this narrative out there in the right wing media in particular and among some people who are advising president trump who call themselves economists that there's a trade off between what we need to do to save lives and we need to do to salvage the economy and that's just not true both at theoretical models and historical data based on for example the nineteen eighteen Spanish flu. Show that when you intervene. More quickly When when cities locked down more quickly than implement social distancing things like that to save lives that also has the long term effect of maximizing economic growth that in nineteen eighteen the cities that shut down businesses and schools earlier in a long run did better economically than cities. That didn't so that so that's one major theme another major theme. Is that given that? We need to shut down a lot of economic activity both in the name of saving lives and preserving future activity. We need to get help to people as quickly as possible right so that they can afford to be able to stay home whether that means their business has shut down or not If they're sick or there's Worry about customers coming to a restaurant or whatever Finding ways to bridge that gap to make it financially possible for people to do what is in the best interests of again public health in in long run economic growth. And then the third thing that I would say that is emerging as a theme is that we really need to prepare people for the duration of these dual crises. No the the public health emergency and the economic crisis for example. If you look at an estimate that came out from the Congressional Budget Office on Thursday they estimated where unemployment would be this quarter and also what it would be over the next couple of years and they estimated that unemployment would top ten percent for the second quarter of twenty twenty Which is as high as it was at the worst of the last recession great recession but it will also remain at nine percent at the end of twenty twenty one which has a long way out so I think economists people do. These sorts of economic forecasts are coming around to the idea that this is GonNa last a while and the job of the press. I think is to prepare people for that very strong likelihood that this is not going to be a brief shutting down of economic activity Maybe will bounce back you know. Maybe there'll be some phenomenal treatment or vaccine that surprises US and keeps the rate of infections and mortality at bay and therefore the economy is able to bounce back quickly. But barring that possibility we really need to be able to prepare for the long haul to prepare households and businesses for that and we need to have policies that take into account those kinds of possible long running a very negative effects. You you see any political leaders or media institutions doing a good job of preparing books for the long haul and. I'm not sure I've seen little ears do that. That's a good question. I think this White House has done exceptionally bad job. And when I say the White House I primarily me president trump where he obviously downplayed the risks of the public health. Emergency until quite recently saying you're going to be open by Easter at Sarah. He seems to have come around to listening to some of his public health experts and has relented and taken less pollyannaish outlook. I hope that lasts. We don't want to scare people but again we want to prepare people for what's to come. There have been some lawmakers who have been working towards a so called phase four corona virus relief. Bill that I think takes into account some of these long term. Knock on effects. The proposals are not perfect. But the idea that they're thinking about face for and that they're trying to think ahead to what additional adverse phenomena we could be facing for example states and cities are gonna be broke and they're in a lot of trouble and that's part of the reason why the anticipated generation of this economic downturn is relatively long. You know that it's that it's not going to last just a couple of months because you have these. This sort of domino affect people lose their jobs. State revenue goes down. Demand for state services. Goes up States go broke. They lay off teachers. And then you sort of have this downward spiral so there are these kinds of adverse consequences. That some folks are anticipating eating. Certainly some public policy experts have been shouting from the rooftops about and I think some lawmakers are talking about. You Know Nancy. Pelosi has talked about some elements of the face for Bill. There's been discussion of but from both trump and end Pelosi. I believe about an infrastructure package which I think is I'm in favor of more infrastructure investment. I don't know that it's the thing that we need now but it could be the thing that we need a year from now to get the economy up and running. So there are some glimmers of forward-looking this. Maybe but I'm not really optimistic. That the whole of government or the whole of the media is really there yet because if I was a dismissive news about this at all then there was a fifteen day plan from the federal government. Now there's a thirty day plan from the federal government. I guess forty five days comes next but it's all piecemeal. It all feels a few inches at a time is incredibly frustrating. So we're talking on Friday April third and the monthly jobs report just came out the the unemployment rate a jumped up to at. What four point four percent read in some ways? This was almost like some of the misleading cut cup covering this data was misleading was confusing Because it all came before the real turn the real shutdown of mark so tell us how to be a broken these numbers so the numbers in the jobs report came out Friday morning. Those are usually among the most watched data points whether the economy is good or bad. You know this is like a blockbuster survey everybody pays attention to it. But it's just frankly not that relevant this month there are two surveys. Actually that this report uses to to pull both the unemployment rate and the job growth or job loss numbers and those surveys refer to basically what was going on in the first half of March and if you recall March seems like it was lasted about a decade. But if you can remember back then the real bloodletting did not begin at that point. This jobs report says that some seven hundred thousand people lost their jobs on net or seven hundred thousand jobs were were destroyed on net. So that's still quite a lot. But it almost certainly underestimates the magnitude of the job losses because a lot of cities in states not really begin either suggesting or enforcing mandatory stay at home orders. Non Essential workers until after the reference week for these surveys. One thing happened in early. March was at market like Seattle. That felt the impact early. And that's why we're starting to see the unemployment rate tick up even though it's behind. I think it's partly that people also on their own cut. You know consumers on their own decided you know what maybe I don't feel so comfortable going out to a restaurant going shopping at my local department store or going out to the bar or whatever so there was some of it was just consumers responding people getting sick people staying home initially or fear of those kinds of things and so the the the biggest declines were in leisure and hospitality food services and drinking places in particular so. I think a lot of those Job Losses were just due to consumers on their own. Saying you know what maybe now's not the time to going to a crowded pub and then since then of course have been much more widespread closures around the country as evidenced by the fact that have these weekly unemployment claims data which is basically if I get laid off in. I qualify for unemployment insurance. I put in a claim through my state government and those numbers have been like astronomical just way off the charts in the last two weeks of March alone. Ten million people applied newly applied for unemployment benefits. And so that gives you. I think a much more up-to-date reading where things are and.
"coma" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"A medically induced coma since that day James is matter which no matter what your celebrity status is no matter how big of an athlete you are no matter how much money you got if they want to get you is gonna get you that's what anything that got to do a job by the way and that's the hardest part watching your family members of people who you love have to go through this she was on a ventilator now she's in a medically induced coma and he is confident that she will beat this though he says we will rejoice when she does so we'll be praying for that I didn't think it Smith in the meantime red table talk to day will be addressing how to navigate relationships with corona virus now we were telling you divorce rates are going up and we were discussing that in front page news well here is some of the things that needs to happen with communication I love my wife but I need some alone time during this quarantine how can I tell her that if you're seeking more space in your relationship I think one of the biggest mistakes we often make is that we express what we want but we don't explain why we wanted and so now they're confused band now filling in the text of going or maybe he or she doesn't like me I think that's true because if you if you just save us some money I need space sometimes as a trigger for one step towards divorce I mean that I don't know this means heya I need two hours please he has space when I have space that I would take it the same day of it my wife said I need a little space something in the next step is the voice know you'll get no space yeah but I can try to determine who argued about finances to regular you tell the woman that you need space and you all in a one bedroom apartment they seem to want a house with a basket which are you able to save it up that could turn into a little fight you Hey I want to make I'm telling you I want peace for the past year okay if you would like to better yeah I'm sure this is a stressful time for a lot of people right now who it is yeah it is so we just keep that in mind all right well that is your room a report I'm Angela yee all right thank you miss you you know we got front page news next yes let's talk about this two trillion dollar stimulus deal they reached an agreement as early this morning also I tell you I right now in some places and I tell you where this is if you break quarantine you could go to jail all right we'll get into that next keep it locked as the breakfast club good morning the breakfast club your mornings will never.
"coma" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I was in a coma he was in a coma for seven weeks completely Anson St one day is brother sitting there you all the open the open designs as I want Taco Bell and let me tell you something ladies and gentleman he got in Florida that is a medical treatment alright here's the next question as you may know Taco Bell has a reputation for being the food of choice for drunk or stoned people that was a reputation that was confirmed when which of vis happened Hey in twenty eleven a man in Florida was so drunk he showed police a Taco Bell taco thinking it was his driver's license be a Taco Bell reports that one in four customers take out their money to pay and say isn't it weird this is just paper and you give me food for a for C. Taco Bell incorporated has created its own special branded cannabis line called live mas baked no the one that he surprised about the people what is the money's paper and you can pay for it you get I can understand that if it's a real moment this make any rational and I love that you chose at the answer of course was AA the man in Florida who was so drunk he showed he actually was a sleep in his truck in the Taco Bell line all right you still can win it all is well here we go your last question it seems like Taco Bell can do no wrong but in twenty seventeen they tested one product that never caught on with their customers what was it a the caviar Chiluba be the Nacho suppository worse the kit kat quesadilla what.
"coma" Discussed on WRVA
"A coma and and is unable to to tell you what really happened and the the bad guys on your boat load of course he is going to escape and make everything white that's what he does in these movies okay now it is ridiculous to do that but you just can't come criticize them for not being possible you're silly action movie no person apple put things a bit more realistic like the equalizer or even more stylized like John but this one does what it's supposed to do and to barb but works is able to you know take this little ridiculous action and ridiculous dialogue and make it believable while you're watching if you like the first two years on like this one too I did and I will and I expect I'll say at the next week maybe not this week event I what about this movie over Kamber I keep seeing a pop up in my Facebook feed what is this he had been one of those inspirational things it is you know I'm not sure I I I I didn't just be one of those inspirational things are you dear yeah yes it would find out by okay preach to the choir and and I'm not a member that choir and and so I'm just I'm just going to be in a what is it no okay well apparently my god like over comer that type of film we'll move on to the nightingale are they really real dark walls will give you long to and a half hours historical drama about rape and violence but set in in Australia this young Irishwoman all these terrible things happen to and she exacts revenge it is you know very well may all well acted on it is it is a global not exploitation at all the opposite of exploitation and it seems to me just not what I what computer team but this is this is a serious movie and I was not in the mood for that when I saw it I just I just couldn't get involved with it it made me if I've been watching it at home I would have stopped in the course she does not like what sounded interesting at the beginning I mean I'm all about well empowerment in you know getting back over on the people who try to scurry over been at least of the films but you don't think this was an effective way of doing that is just too nasty yeah this is this is it is through Google Bob I'm not quite and I'm not I hope you seen by the the people who want to see it okay a step closer to the window Mike it sounds like maybe the cells breaking up I don't know precisely what I'm doing well okay with open window because I thought the North Carolina now this year we're just cool and wonderful well you know what I won't hold that against you since you're enjoying the mountains listen we're out of time but I really appreciate you joining us every week Mike may our movie guy Mike dash Mayo dot com thanks there are eight fifty.
"coma" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast
"And they have all kinds of science find and stuff that's real fancy. But basically they'll destroy the bacteria, viruses, mold allergens, chemicals, all that stuff. This polluting your in your house because I think a lot of people think about the outdoor air. And then they forget about like, it's the next and I've read that we are the first indoor generation. Right. We spend the everything's going rate. I'm indoorsy urine. Dorothy K. All right. It's very important. Yeah. Okay. Now. Now, what else is only list I have stuff. Okay. What do you think about you know, when you hear these people that wake up out of a coma after like, oh my gosh. Just slate. I didn't read it. But I I like pinned it or whatever to read later marked it as save. Yeah. Twenty-three years right at twenty eight twenty eight okay what? And her son was four logo. What? Mutt? And then and he was believed to choose going to come out all along. So. There was brain activity. So really, the the big I think the big difference between some of these people who go on life support and wake up and who don't and is the brain activity, right? You've been you've your brain is spent deprived of oxygen, and you're not going to have the same mental capacity. Like she woke up and she was norm, right fine. That's how it sounded yet. Sounded like I'm in. That's kind of what I'm getting out of end. That's so they have three levels of coma. Oh, I don't remember their names. But one was like minimally. What's that word were you? Toot. I can't remember the word, but it's like minimally conscious for and they occasionally you might touch somebody's squeeze somebody's finger or something like that. But it's still rare. Yeah. Like, I don't know. It just seems it's almost like a gradualist thing it does. But I don't wanna say that. Right. But what do you think it is? That makes the brain all of a sudden like okay to wake up everybody. I mean, I maybe a really long healing process. Right. That it, you know, then all that kind of you know, they induce comas if you have brain swelling. Yeah. And in an attempt to stop you don't your brain from like trying to fire and all this stuff, so they can heal. Yeah. And maybe a coma. That allows the brain time to I don't know create and that makes me think that we should be hoping these people to neural imaging machines, the whole time they're in a coma to check on like, just you know, you can you can look at the neurological connections now by sending in like inks, and dyes and things like that. I think and you can see the synapses, and I wonder if you can even just those like the MRI imaging or whatever those brain scans cook it in their e e e g EKG something like that one of those words. Yeah, where it has like the hot spots of the brain. And if you see slow growth. Right. And they said that last year, but when she was still in the coma, she said her son's name. Oh, okay. So John abet does look kind of maybe like, it's low connections being dude, right, Anita know so much about this personality different. Is her Sarah? Thou what I was disappointed about with the articles that they said, she was awaken. They were celebrating that and the doctors were weighing in. But there wasn't enough like, and here's what's going on now with her and think about the the doctors are completely different doctors. Right. It's a complete. We didn't even have the machines that could study her brain in when when this happened, right? This is why say I'm not worried about my tattoos because in sixty years going to be like, no problem. Do you can take that off in at lunchtime? Visit because look at that, we know so much more. Now, have you said officially whether you wanna be on kept alive in this on. Oh, yeah. I've said definitely pull the plug. Okay..
"coma" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
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"coma" Discussed on Jenna & Julien Podcast
"I've never seen it. Anyways, it seems unfair if you with you wanna destroy your mouth, you should be able to whether you're a girl or its place is really nice. Anyways, I'm in fucking food coma and I'm happy to be here with you are used to think the word coma meant like a physical type of bed. So when someone said they were like a person within a comma, I was like, I pictured a bed like the coma looking bad kind of like a hospital bed. That's what I thought physic- pets. That's a coma like so if I was, yeah, I saw a picture of a hospital then be like that's a coma. That's what I thought. Not that comas are funny, but that's what I thought really cute. So if we're in a food come, it's like that. But the sheets on it are just like have food patterns. So it's food coma. That's really precious, really ha- coming to that coming. So. So this week we mentioned was pretty big. There's one thing that happened this week that I'm not gonna mention that haven't even told you guys yet, and I'll tell you it's like purchase that happened. But aside from that, I got this big old tattoo on my arm. Pit bull showed up at our house. We had our first leak in the new house. A whole bunch of shit went out, but I guess I'll talk about the tattoo for a second think people wanna hear. But I did mention the blog that both of my tattoos that have gotten the last couple of months. I'm going to make an actual video on and it's going to be not just log. It's going to be something that I've been thinking about, and I wanna make it a little more special and comprehensive comprehensive, but I'm. This nine hour sitting to where the wild things are themed. Half sleeve at cell call done by the wonderful Ana kosher Cari from the warned that too. And what's cool is I found her on read it actually because I was like, I follow the tattoo sub read it, and I was like sorting by top of the whole year, twenty teen and like on the whole separate at want. Hers is like one of the top and it's this astronaut she did with the pixelated that she does, and I was like, fuck like that is so cool. I love her color. I love her like abstract look. I'll probably I'll probably look on its Graham. She'll have five million followers, whatever she had like two thousand and like could book me in like a month. And I was like, holy fucking what? How is she like? And you know, I got my first piece. I got this one done, and then I got this one and they were kind of within the same like four or five months. But I was talking to her during this piece in. She had. She's only been tattooing for two and a half years, and she said that the choice to be tattooist came between. It came down to d want be an animator or do you want to be tattooist to ours? And she chose tattoo artist because a, she was able to find a place to do an apprenticeship where someone would let her tattoo and learn for exchange of working for free of the shop for a year whenever, but also like, I don't know, man, I see. It's crazy to think that someone would come down to that decision. Like I'm going to be an animator or I'm gonna tattoo people over. But yeah, she's not been tattooing, but she's very good in my opinion than I love the work. She did. And after our five, it was pretty much how so. What. That's good. It's just really cool. Like, I'm I'm proud of you for doing whatever you want with your body and your arm and your skin. And like it's just so RAD. Like the one of the things I said to Julian about this tattoos, like it's so beautiful. Like even a little kid could look at your arm from any direction and be like, that is amazing. You like it's just it's, it's Jillian tattoo, everything about your arm right now is just like, awesome. Thank you, Kevin. UB excited is great, but like look it..
"coma" Discussed on Jenna & Julien Podcast
"Be on our podcast? Doesn't sound fun anyway, sport in a food coma, food grammar. I'm in my bathrobe his at Sunday. So we've been trying to like not do the podcast like on Sundays because it's like it's always been really important to me as an adult have like the weekends, like semi off. You know what I mean? Game will stream. We'll hang out in that kind of thing. But like there's a hard line for me when it comes to like doing work or like agreeing to things that require travel like that's once few and far between because I try and really keep weakens like special to have like family time and relax and. Really important for your brain. So today where we are podcasting on Sunday because we had quite the week doing a massive tattoo. We'll go over this week. There's a lot that happened this week, but yeah, go, then we played in turnament on Saturday for player. Unknowns battlegrounds. We play sixteen which was bad ass pretty bad as I was pretty excited, but we were unable to do it before today. But we did already done put on bathrobe. We made vegan glued for garbage plates, which we have not done since we made that video for my channel. My boyfriend cooks favorite meal was arguably better this time. It was this time because we've refined our technique. I like I can't move or think like my face is hot, like my body's hot like, I don't know what to do will listen. I like this podcast and I like the fact that we're doing this right after we ate that meal because it's putting us in crazies. So like, you know, when you eat like a really, really, really indulgent cheat meal or something that's not good for you. But you just like go all out and the way you feel. After where you just like a little bit like delirious, like you're kinda just like, well, it's like almost like you're a little bit off. Food high, but Jenna like we were, we were downstairs just kind of hanging out after we finish eating. And I was like, what? What should we talk about today? Because by the way, that's the hardest part about having a podcast is like each week us together coming with that, we think. Well, and also like we're nearing are we are we nearing two hundred personas where we have peaches fucking control, peach podcasting on YouTube dot com. That's why she's in a food common too. So she's being crazy. But anyway, the point because I keep I keep diverting. Okay. That feeling that you get your like a little bit insane after like we wanted to capture that for a podcast for you. So we pretty much just ate all that for you guys, so much food, so you welcome. Thank you so much food. Now this is a, there's something about that. So a garbage plate for those view, the don't now just in case it's an upstate New York cuisine from where I grew up and it's half home fries, which is like fried potatoes, half macaroni salad, and then you put to cheeseburger patties on top, and then you cover it in like a chili sauce. Physically, they call it hot sauce. Then you cover the entire thing with ketchup and mustard. We put on Italian sausage on ours, and then all that was beyond me, and then we mixed it all up and then you eat it and then you basically just die and go to heaven. 'cause I can. Can't shit now. It's like it's so bad that all that goes onto one plate because like any one part of that meal is just that for you, right. Well, in New York, they, you order a play. It's huge. Like it's, you could never eat at one sitting unless you're like, you know, a giant man in your life. That was good. I could never eat one in one sitting is way too much food and they give you a small little bag. Full of like sliced white bread with it, like not like white, like wonder, bread like a loaf of bread sliced up, but they, they don't give you two pieces. It's a bag with it and they give you butter for that. Like it's absolutely insane, the amount of food that they give you America America America. But so we made that because I have heard that they're vegan garbage place. People tweeted me all the time, like the being garbage. So none of them look good or authentic to me TV h there's like salad happening in there..
"coma" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Sure we just tv just because it was there yeah i remember watching old fifty sitcoms with the gad's out outdated and they wanna funny but you know as long as some moving on the tv you just staring at it you know that's how it wasn't this movie man i was just sitting up there just looking not doing anything filling nothing i mean almost isn't a coma with this movie just the only thing keeping my attention was just things were moving on the screen and my eyes were darting enough to keep me from going to sleep but things change more here's the twist there's a point in his movie where look don't don't take it back the way i'm saying i'm telling you just how it is there's a point in his movie martin where the mexicans come up i'm tom i'm not talking about you gene i'm talking about these mexicans the day workers out the home depot the home depot guys the home depot crew where they come into the picture and that ended up being so funny to me because those guys felt real and you know what by armies they shouldn't have in fact this is some of the stereotypical s fun i'm not lying listen to me what i tell you this no listen to me one of name borough was named birdie toll and another name gordo i should be insulted i wouldn't be when before anybody else was insulted but they felt like real characters man and the reason why they do that is because it's just they feel genuine i mean for one.
"coma" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"And people have you do we just go away and no matter the weather just nobody's the runup impossible coma coma with me the way back to world for just watch this four music more variety for three any you kick in the garden okay okay down on beautiful mr one the fire have you factions you he knew give me oh you edges possessions win give you giving me it's time again caller twenty wins a four pack of tickets into our.
"coma" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"A coma backtoback secretaries of state were black under the bush administration backtoback attorneys general black under the obama administration a black person with a given sat score any given gpa compared to white person with the same sat score insane gpa the black kid has a much easier time getting into a colleague university of his her choice then we'll the white student studies have shown very poor black born with two parents we'll have a better chance in life than a middle class white person with one parent is this thing on let's talk about with really going on here really trying to go out there to recognize the civil rights on people fought four to look at this museum and to try and really reach out i wish they would have joined him in that but that's something that we just have to continue to do we have to continue to bring both sides together with civil right thumb trump is opposed to what civil right don't blacks have mr tapper diamond in silk had an issue with john lewis not attending the opening ceremony i think john lewis mindset that is back in the '60s this is 2017 we already constraints out of the saying water fountain need at the same waterfall that same less talladega not with pop up the come to the table together need and saw problem and a john lewis can't do that what he did to do with paul howe somewhere and instant down passed the torch to somebody that's wanted to come to the table jolts minneapolis was the by this is harry reid jolt only tell them you're listening to the result sure.
"coma" Discussed on The Next Best Thing
"And when it happens now it's still a terrible feeling because you just feel so helpless but i at least no even when it's happening i kind of know it's happening and i try i kind of going to that panic mode again and they started jerkan around just trying to do anything to wake myself up because it's a scary feeling in those hallucinations that they referred to where you feel like you're endanger you feel like they're just evil entities around you don't want that feeling it's a terrible feeling and you can't stop that feeling i can't stop that phelan deep inside of me when i got sleeping analysis um but any who the reason i bring up sleep paralysis as because the more i learn about it in the more i kind of come to understand it the more it sounds to me like what it might be like to be in a coma that's what i've always pictured even before i ever heard of sleep rouses new asleep rouses or an experienced sleep rouses i used to always think that when someone was in a coma they were likely able to hear us and we're likely aware of what's going on around them they just couldn't communicate necessarily they couldn't speak they could move in that scary because i'm sure you've heard of a lot of cases where people are kept on life support for a certain amount of time stay stay in a coma and eventually their family just on you know cuts the coloured end they die.
"coma" Discussed on WDRC
"In a coma doctors say about auto warm beer is neurological condition can be best described as a state of unresponsive wakefulness with his eyes open at times daniel candor the university of cincinnati medical center also says there's no sign of the botulism north korea claims warm beers suffered before he was finally returned to america 22yearold outer warm beer is a fighter who was brutalised by north korea that from warren beer's father fred in a media briefing in their hometown of wyoming bill hiault who says he saw him his long road to recovery only a week ago that we were informed that north korean government now claims he was in a coma for almost all of that time or beer was sentenced to fifteen years hard labor after being declared a war criminal well on a college trip in january of last year only to be freed now hospitalized in cincinnati the family says they were initially urged to keep quiet and they did until recently do i think the past administration could have done more i think the results speak for themselves president trump personally called the warmby your family wednesday night jeff malone also fox new permanent sort of jury still can't decide if a police officers guilty of manslaughter in a traffic stop shooting last year they will deliberate a fifth day meanwhile oklahoma there's a lawsuit now in the case of akaba quitted in a different traffic stop shooting terrence crutcher his family says he was just waiting for roadside assistance after his suv broke down the unarmed black man fatally shot on september sixteen th of last year by white tells a police officer betty joe shelby acquitted last month on manslaughter charges police video shows crutcher walking to a stalled vehicle with his hands above his head in the wrongful death suit against shelby in the city crutcher his family seeking damages and reforms and transparency in the tells have pd vets gene wexler navy anthony fox news.
"coma" Discussed on The Nerdist
"And but not in any correct way so when i woke up i didn't know i thought had been maybe a couple of days i didn't know how long it had been but i was very aware that it was like oh something weird has happened to me yeah but it's so strange that you're not like it's not like instant it's not like he went into a coma you woke up being at night but even when you sleep at night you're sort of weirdly aware of time pass it felt like a night a sleepless night where you keep waking up over and over again and like time isn't passing the way it should like it was all very confusing and i was just try my best to kind of like figure everything out but that was at one point i thought i was going to a dance recital and i was like i'm late i just had all these weird stuff i was trying to create two like figure out what was happening mike strange ended here you answer so people and that's what the nurse would say to me like talk to her it'll help or talked to her and you sort of talk to her and you feel slightly stupid but it's also like a some days you really emotional tying during some days you just telling her about stuff it was like she can hear you and it is crazy yarrow i couldn't i don't like i wasn't like every moment like older now they're talking about this now they're talking about this but i just was like oh i know they're there i could hear my i knew my mom is arrogant here and then afterwards every time you grab someone's hand you can see their future yeah exactly my powers now good all the other weird thing is that when choose laying there and it's a little bit in the movie reference at how strange it was so you know her her everything's elevated and she's got two hundred six fever and our heart is it's all this crazy stuff as he just laying there and the nurse would be like she's a fighter she's really fighting and it doesn't look like she is fighting but.
"coma" Discussed on KOMO
"Coma get them daniel the way of saying one island historic national park announces a commemorative event that highlights an important part of state history and you can watch it happened on tuesday afternoon july thirteenth at three parks in north puget sound region your painter of state parks and recreation says the event commemorates the first tall ships in our waters under the administration of president george washington the event the parade a fail to celebrate seventeen ninety two fan kufuor expedition and puget hack the parade coincides with tacoma's 2017 festival of sale june 15 through the eighteenth and brings in a grand fully tall ships into peter puget sound many of these tall ship will gather in north puget sound at two pm on tuesday june tantamnount parade and admiral t and let and a nail fail south along the shoreline of fort worth state park at point well ten and port town sent out to twenty three health failed by fort casey state part at admiralty had on whippy island between about 245 in three thirty and fort flagler state park at merrill stone point between 320 and for camp for more information on this and other ways to celebrate state parks jiggle parks dot state dot wahdat us and sure your venture on the state parks blog i venture awaits dot com for virginia painter of state parks and recreation i'm eric heintz komo news your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news from the abc news wall street now dow closed at a record high of eighty nine points a day after the nasdaq reached a new benchmark the techheavy index it took a nosedive plunging one hundred thirteen points the fang stocks facebook apple amazon netflixing and the parent company of google alphabet were all down sharply as some investors fear that a tech bubble navy forming the s p fell three apple ceo tim cooke ventured far from silicon valley to give the commencement address at him mitee he told the graduates that science is worthless if it isn't motivated by basic human values and.
"coma" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"The thing that really matter i cared about low paying or k pay my picture the places to live to travel to reveres overseas than way you uh i was very ferry revere work through kirby review every camping i picked up a couple patch i t show has the mentor of having been there it was everything carol everything's gone you just two tangled we're all this begins which is it when you ended up in hospital back in 2014 what put to spill part if more difficult to explain winner weight gain for the person that assaulted me the explanation given to judge with the date blocked oh so i i still to this day to non nowhere we would have heard some the police supports it was it was an unprovoked vicious attack and you're you're skull this fact to knows your eye socket damaged bleeding in your brain in you in a coma for a long time it's it's during that time that you lost your possessions can you tell us what happened to them my family came from cash on your what they did apparently was taking control of my affairs to fit toasty what trump did dan was surrendered everything to the merge drink company is that was responsible for liar apartment tower point i was worked though when i was in a coma and intensive care i didn't know what was going on so he wasn't until until march of 2015 both for months softer pearsall's the started thinking in that i started the understanding were that has happened i have no idea what was going on but then i when i came to the who's on i realized that everything was gone and i did the public god is okay.