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WSB-AM

01:30 min | 5 months ago

"corr" Discussed on WSB-AM

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"corr" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:22 min | 10 months ago

"corr" Discussed on KTOK

"Again you've never stopped, Have you For having the fact I wrote this song in 1991 when Rodney King was beaten up so badly Uh and he was arrested. He was admittedly high and resisting a risk, but he didn't deserve the beating. He took and it sparked the riots. But when he came out of the hospital is face still puffy and bruised and his voice cracking, he said, instead of something inflammatory He said. Can't we get along? Can we work it out? Can't we be friends? And I cried and I thought, Man, that's a song. I've got to put that to music, and I did. And I had no way to market it at that time. So I just saying it with black choruses around l A. And then it sort of went fallow for 30 years until About 34 weeks ago. When I realized it was an anthem that we needed to be singing and hearing now and I got windy motive in Nashville, a black gospel artists and a black chorus and a producer named Jimmy Nichols to produce the recording and then a genius video Corr for put together Video, which I hope you've seen of actual film clips and video clips from the riots that have been racking the country as a people. Protesters and police men, Women, blacks, whites reaching out to each other to try to communicate and commiserated with each other in the midst of the riots. Doing what Rodney King Was crying out for And the thing has gone viral. I mean, I must say it's amazed me, well, well over two million views from my Facebook page and YouTube page. And it's hitting radio and TV around the country because of the video so powerful Of of showing people good Americans that we can reach out to each other shows police and protestors kneeling together raising arms together. Men and women in black and white, hugging and saying, Look, let's let's work this out. Let's be friends. We're all equal in God's sight. So let's just be rational. And all the marauding the robbing. They're looting. The violence is counterproductive. It's not gonna accomplish anything good. It makes things worse. And just tears us apart. So the song I'm hoping Is going to wind up being the anthem of 2020. Calling people together because they will respond and they are responding. And we can work it out and we can be friends and we could be America again. Pat Boone is with us the great Pat Boone. He's celebrating 86 wonderful years, and this is not your first foray into trying to bring people together. You used to do a lot of this on your show. Yeah, I did it. I mean, gosh, When I came along, I was the white kids from national singing what was called race music. It was rhythm and blues and had their own. Genre, their own charts and record artists and so on, But it wasn't known to pop audiences. But when I started recording things like two hearts two kisses by the charms on the dew tone label and tooty Fruity Little Richard Long, tall Sally, Ain't that a shame? Fats Domino. It was it was it was bringing these artists and their song. Not that that was my intention. I wasn't. I wasn't trying to do anything you know to solve racial problems, but it wass contributing to a an understanding and appreciation of each other. And then I had the artist on my TV show, The Pat Boone Chevy Show. And it caused Chevrolet. Our sponsors problems in the South. Because we were having so many black performers, But look, we're talking about elephants. Gerald ending cold. Johnny Mathis, the Mills brothers, Sammy Davis. I mean, I was thrilled I was to have all these artists on my show. And when they wouldn't let me have Harry Belafonte. Because it was going to make trouble for Chevy. I walked off the show, and Andi quit my own show and went to specials instead of Ah, half hour show I was doing, which is sometimes Very high in the ratings, but So I I've tried to know the problem. I was born in Jacksonville. I was raised in Nashville. But I'm not going to contribute to the problem. I'm going to try to help solve it. Now, more than ever. Pat Boone, the name of his new song, That's a composition and Ah, it's called. Can't we All Get along? And this isn't your first foray into writing songs. No, you know, I wrote the second Jewish National anthem words Exodus Andi, I'm very pleased that the lyric that I wrote to that Ernest Gold Melody from the movie Exodus Bom Bom Bom, This land is mine. I rode in the back of a Christmas card, and that card with my lyrics is on the wall of the righteous Gentile at Yad Bushkin. In Israel on DH. It is considered virtually the second national anthem until I die. This land is mine. Well, I'd read not only Leon Uris Great book Exodus, but Moses book in the Bible that same name and So It's just C I had. I had the opportunity to express what I felt The Bible was saying and what God wants us to say to each other. And I wrote it and thank God It's uh it's become an international song. But I've written a lot of other movie themes and And someone songs I've recorded along the way that that means a lot to be, and apparently to a lot of folks that have made hit records out of him. See the video as well. Can't we get along? The music is out now and the great Pat Boone has written it trying to bring us all together. What do you think is different about this era pat than what was going on, say in your era of the of the late fifties and sixties. I think we are emotionally. Had a turning point. I think we're at the edge. Our nerves, afraid..

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"corr" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:23 min | 11 months ago

"corr" Discussed on KTOK

"He's got on all new song out called. Can't we Get along that he's written and I wanted him to tell you about it. Also, the video produced the production of the video debuts today. The great And again you've never stopped. Have you? For have the fact I wrote this song in 1991 when Rodney King was beaten up so badly Uh and he was arrested. He was admittedly high and resisting a risk, but he didn't deserve the beating. He took and it sparked the riots. But when he came out of the hospital is still puffy and bruised and his voice cracking, he said. Instead of something inflammatory He said. Can't we get along? Can we work it out? Can't we be friends? And I cried and I thought, Man, that's a song. I've got to put that to music, and I did. And I had no way to marketed at that time. So I just saying it with black choruses around l A. And then it sort of went fallow for 30 years until About 34 weeks ago. When I realized it was an anthem that we needed to be singing and hearing now and I got windy motive in Nashville, a black gospel artists and a black chorus and a producer named Jimmy Nickles. To produce the recording and then a genius video Corr for put together Video, which I hope you've seen of actual film clips and video clips from the riots that have been racking the country as a people. Protesters and police men, Women, blacks, whites reaching out to each other to try to communicate and commiserated with each other in the midst of the riots. Doing what Rodney King Was crying out for And the thing has gone viral. I mean, I must say it's amazingly well well over two million views from my Facebook page and YouTube page. And it's hitting radio and TV around the country because of the video so powerful Of of showing people good Americans that we can reach out to each other shows police and protestors kneeling together raising arms together. Men and women in black and white, hugging and saying, Look, let's let's work this out. Let's be friends. We're all equal in God's sight. So let's just be rational. And all the marauding the robbing. They're looting. The violence is counterproductive. It's not gonna accomplish anything good. It makes things worse. And just tears us apart. So the song I'm hoping Is going to wind up being the anthem of 2020 Calling people together because they will respond and they are responding. And we can work it out and we can be friends and we could be America again. Pat Boone is with us the great Pat Boone. He's celebrating 86 wonderful years, and this is not your first foray into trying to bring people together. You used to do a lot of this on your show. Yeah, I did. I mean, gosh, When I came along, I was a white kid from national singing what was called race music. It was rhythm and blues and had their own. Genre, their own charts and record artists and so on, But it wasn't known to pop audiences. But when I started recording things like two hearts two kisses by the charms on the dew tone label and tooty Fruity Little Richard Long, tall Sally, Ain't that a shame? Fats Domino. It was it was it was bringing these artists and their song. Not that that was my intention. I wasn't I wasn't trying to do anything you know to solve racial problems, but it wass Contributing to an understanding and appreciation of each other. And then I had the artist on my TV show, The Pat Boone Chevy Show. And it caused Chevrolet. Our sponsors problems in the South. Because we were having so many black performers, But look, we're talking about elephants. Gerald ending cold. Johnny Mathis, the Mills brothers, Sammy Davis. I mean, I was thrilled I was to have all these artists on my show. And when they wouldn't let me have Harry Belafonte. Because it was going to make trouble for Chevy. I walked off the show, and Andi quit my own show and went to specials instead of Ah, half hour show I was doing, which is sometimes Very high in the ratings, but So I I've tried to know the problem. I was born in Jacksonville. I was raised in Nashville. But I'm not going to contribute to the problem. I'm going to try to help solve it. Now, more than ever. Pat Boone, the name of his new song, That's a composition and Ah, it's called. Can't we All Get along? And this isn't your first foray into writing songs. No, you know, I wrote the second Jewish National anthem words Exodus Andi, I'm very pleased that the lyric that I wrote to that Ernest Gold Melody from the movie Exodus Bom Bom Bom, This land is mine. I rode in the back of a Christmas card, and that card with my lyrics is on the wall of the righteous Gentile at Yad Bushkin. In Israel on DH. It is considered virtually the second national anthem until I die. This land is mine. Well, I'd read not only Leon Uris Great book Exodus, but Moses book in the Bible that same name and And so It's just C. I had had the opportunity to express what I felt The Bible was saying and what God wants us to say to each other. And I wrote it and thank God it's it's become an international song. But I've written a lot of other movie themes and And someone songs I've recorded along the way that that means a lot to be an, apparently to a lot of folks that have made it records out of him. See the video as well. Can't we get along? The music is out now and the great Pat Boone has written it trying to bring us all together. What do you think is different about this era pat than what was going on, say in your era of the of the late fifties and sixties..

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"corr" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

08:29 min | 11 months ago

"corr" Discussed on KTOK

"Again you've never stopped, Have you For Hadley. In fact, I wrote this song in 1991 when Rodney King was beaten up so badly Uh and he was arrested. He was admittedly high and resisting a risk, but he didn't deserve the beating. He took and it sparked the riots. But when he came out of the hospital is face still puffy and bruised and his voice cracking, he said, instead of something inflammatory He said. Can't we get along? Can we work it out? Can't we be friends? And I cried and I thought, Man, that's a song. I've got to put that to music, and I did. And I had no way to market it at that time. So I just saying it with black choruses around l A. And then it sort of went fallow for 30 years until about 34 weeks ago. When I realized it was an anthem that we needed to be singing and hearing now and I got windy motive in that in Nashville, a black gospel artists and a black chorus and a producer named Jimmy Nickles. To produce the recording and then a genius video Corr for put together Video, which I hope you've seen of actual film clips and video clips from the riots that have been racking the country as people, protesters and police. Men, Women, blacks, whites reaching out to each other to try to communicate and commiserated with each other in the midst of the riots. Doing what Rodney King Was crying out for And the thing has gone viral. I mean, I must say it's amazed me, well, well over two million views from my Facebook page and YouTube page. And it's hitting radio and TV around the country because of the video so powerful Of of showing people good Americans that we can reach out to each other shows police and protestors kneeling together raising arms together. Men and women in black and white, hugging and saying, Look, let's let's work this out. Let's be friends. We're all equal in God's sight. So let's just be rational. And all them marauding the robbing. They're looting. The violence is counterproductive. It's not gonna accomplish anything good. It makes things worse. And just tears us apart. So the song I'm hoping Is going to wind up being the anthem of 2020 calling people together because they will respond and they are responding. And we can work it out and we can be friends and we could be America again. Pat Boone is with us the great Pat Boone. He's celebrating 86 wonderful years, and this is not your first foray into trying to bring people together. You used to do a lot of this on your show. Yeah, I did it. I mean, gosh, When I came along, I was the white kids from national singing what was called race music. It was rhythm and blues and had their own. Genre, their own charts and record artists and so on, But it wasn't known to pop audiences. But when I started recording things like two hearts two kisses by the charms on the dew tone label and tooty Fruity Little Richard Long, tall Sally, Ain't that a shame? Fats Domino. It was it was it was bringing these artists and their song. Not that that was my intention. I wasn't I wasn't trying to do anything you know to solve racial problems, but it wass Contributing to an understanding and appreciation of each other. And then I had the artist on my TV show, The Pat Boone Chevy Show. And it caused Chevrolet. Our sponsors problems in the South. Because we were having so many black performers, But look, we're talking about elephants. Gerald ending cold. Johnny Mathis, the Mills brothers, Sammy Davis. I mean, I was thrilled I was to have all these artists on my show. And when they wouldn't let me have Harry Belafonte. Because it was going to make trouble for Chevy. I walked off the show and and quit my own show and went two specials. Instead of Ah, half hour show I was doing, which is sometimes Very high in the ratings, but So I I've tried to know the problem. I was born in Jacksonville. I was raised in Nashville. But I'm not going to contribute to the problem. I'm going to try to help solve it. Now, more than ever. Pat Boone, the name of his new song, That's a composition and Ah, it's called. Can't we All Get along? And this isn't your first foray into writing songs. No, you know, I wrote the second Jewish National anthem words Exodus Andi, I'm very pleased that the lyric that I wrote to that Ernest Gold Melody from the movie Exodus, Bomb, Bone bone. This land is mine. I rode in the back of a Christmas card, and that card with my lyrics is on the wall of the righteous Gentile at Yad Bushkin. In Israel on DH. It is considered virtually the second national anthem until I die. This land is mine. Well, I'd read not only Leon Uris Great book Exodus, but Moses book in the Bible that same name and So It's just C I had. I had the opportunity to express what I felt The Bible was saying and what God wants us to say to each other. And I wrote it and thank God It's uh it's become an international song. But I've written a lot of other movie themes and and some songs I've recorded along the way that It means a lot to be an, apparently to a lot of the folks that have made hit records out of him. See the video as well. Can't we get along? The music is out now and the great Pat Boone has written it trying to bring us all together. What do you think is different about this era pat than what was going on, say in your era of the of the late fifties and sixties. I think we are emotionally. At a turning point. I think we're at the edge. Our nerves, afraid. I mean the combination of the Corona virus and the and the and the devastating blow that has been to our economy to our society to our schools, too. People's jobs. I mean the economy now in the middle of this This racial thing and, of course, There there. There are reasons for frustrations but violence. Is an eruption that never accomplishes anything good, just terrorist things apart and we have to try to heal. From the eruption and you know, Post show Associated Press. That some 65% of Americans feel like God's trying to tell us something. And I'm saying, Yeah, he's got their attention. Now he wants to know our invention. If he solves this insolvable problem of problems that we're going through. And we calm down and quit trying to blame each other and express our frustration and violent means. Which, of course, was the antithesis of what Martin Luther King was calling for. He was always a non violent but very steady. Protestor and proclaim our buddy said. Violence is not the way to accomplish our goal. It'll make it worse so I think we've arrived at a turning point. We're either going to calm down and start treating each other equally and with respect. And work it out of Through the political process, not through violence and awful demonstrations that accomplished nothing. Oh, are we? We're we're in for real trouble that we may not recover from. I don't like to say that I'm an optimist, but But after a while enough, you can go through enough. Destruction that you can't recover. Vocalise, windy Moten and many others helped out on the production of Can't we get along its words and music by Pat Boone. Who is with us now on NewsRadio. 1000 Katie. Okay, and the song is available for download..

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"corr" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"corr" Discussed on WTOP

"That took part in the parade carried positive messages one read you are a great father your children are lucky to have you is there a week and is there a day you know to Nisha Murden is with a network of formerly incarcerated women called the wire one of the event's organizers also helping out giovane Davis's group the love more movement I want to get involved in these type of events that really shows you know speciation seven men fathers in our community the caravan got a great response people we shouted and holds back is attached in southeast Michelle Basch WTOP news some local professional athletes are not shying away from the spotlight amid demonstrations in DC we're learning more about what led wizards and mystics players to March through the city the last couple of weeks have been troubling former Georgetown basketball coach John Thompson the third is currently an executive with the wizards and mystics parent organization monumental basketball he was with players as they marched from Capital One arena to the Martin Luther king junior Memorial there's some fun ways to express themselves and know exactly what they wanted to do he adds everyone might not agree with what they're doing but I think that both groups were so passionate that it was that it was above and beyond being athletes it was just about being people in today's world I wanted to use our platform to make a change John Aaron WTOP news at six oh six now in Washington surging Potomac River water surprise a dozen people this afternoon trapping them on the rocks near chain bridge where they had to be rescued with a flash flood watch in effect for a small groups of people who had ventured out onto the river rocks were suddenly trapped there was a charge of water apparently from all of the heavy rains that took place earlier that don't cut them off from St DC fire and EMS spokesman Vito Madge yolo so the DC police boat and the DC rescue squad operating a motorized inflatable boat plucked the stranded from the rocks it was a complex and potentially dangerous situation basically has water type of that size the dolls and four children were safely taken to shore in DC three other individuals were returned to the Virginia side of the river ticket only on WTOP news earlier this month sixteen year old fits a Thomas drowned in Loudon county now our news partner NBC four reports his family is demanding to know why first responders didn't send help for nearly thirty minutes after family friend Karen corr bush first called nine one one one what is your emergency I'm here.

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"corr" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"corr" Discussed on Filmspotting

"I referenced it while we were talking about the prestige are may bonus episode. Just went up earlier this week and it was a we. Were probably wrong. Once review of Wes Anderson's the life aquatic with Steve. I think we covered as much ground with that film as you possibly can. I think it was overall rewarding discussion. That's my sense of it anyway. Josh it turns out I do not feel like I was wrong once but Sam definitely does. He had a real conversion on this film. That was so good to see to see. Sam Join the League Zoo lovers and yeah. I didn't actually revisit the film before that discussion but what I did do after we talk that I mean as you saw I was just smiling the whole time almost too. Good our streaky. I went ahead and just put on a playlist of music from Anderson's films for my Saturday night. That's how I spent the night you spend it watching the prestige. I just listened to Wes Anderson soundtracks. It was great so either you weren't listening to me and only choosing to listen to the SAM or nothing I said could bring you down it just no. I was on a high okay. Well maybe to get back at you and Sam a little bit. I'll read this comment. We got over on our on page from our former. Pa India Mitchell. Who said one ticket please? For the life aquatic is just. Okay I mean. I like the tumor and playful production design and special effects. But I feel. Steve is to prickly like a few bounceback films. I didn't go for bound back. The Co writer of the life aquatic to really embrace the way Josh and Sam. Do thank you andy for having my back Andy. We clearly stated on that bonus episode. This is not allowed. You must either love. There is no corr- hate life aquatic. Exactly we also wanted to thank all the listeners. Who Heated are bat signal? We put it out there on twitter on facebook and over on our Patriot page. We asked listeners to give us a positive review or rating over on Apple podcasts. It's something we've done occasionally in the show's history but not a regular routine for us at all and we knew and we're very pleased to hear it that we were going to be featured. I think might be still there as of this recording Josh over the weekend apple put up at the top of the podcast page a section. A collection called movie fanatics. And if you scroll down kind of funny they put us under film history. But I'll take it just happy to be nominated on the page. Yeah it to be featured prominently. Were right there and I knew we might be getting some more eyeballs on us so I thought you know if we could get some fresh reviews. That would really help. Maybe it would just spread the gospel a little bit and help convert a few more listeners. And Man did listeners. Come through got a lot of great stuff. We really appreciate all the kind words just taking the time to do it. Giving us a five star review in saying Nice things about the show anything you can do to help get new. Listeners is really appreciated. So thank you and with that Josh. It's time for massacre theater. Indeed the part of the show where we perform a scene and you get a chance at winning a film spotting t shirt a couple of weeks back Ataman massacred. This scene revealed the National Guard C. Five thousand eight thousand miles on two engines and tried to set it down the old strip outside of Manchester hundred.

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"corr" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"corr" Discussed on KOMO

"This morning confirmed cases in America coronavirus thirty five thousand two hundred twenty four as of this morning four hundred seventy one deaths reported and it's it's grim out there and it's having an effect everywhere this half hour we will be spending our time on the subject later on this morning we'll go live to Capitol Hill to correspondent not a real merit hopefully she'll be able to explain to us make it clear why the stimulus packages stalled in the Senate and what the chances are forgetting that out of Congress over to the president's signature maybe today hopefully at sometime today at any rate as we just heard from Christine Romans it's going to be difficult on Wall Street today and we know it's going to be troublesome for for the the stock trading but things are going to be different in another major way today the trading floor is closed and all trades for the foreseeable future are going to happen electronically you're Steve casting about Michael when training begins this morning things will be vastly different not a single trader will be on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange for the first time in its history the institutional move to all electronic trading the decision was made after some people who work in the building tested positive for corona virus traders are being allowed to work from home and so far there have been no calls to shortened trading hours or close the market last night as soon as stock futures started trading they hit the maximum threshold of a five percent drop in trading was halted investors were not at all happy that the Senate failed to agree on a coronavirus stimulus package we've seen tremendous swings in stock prices lately with the worst being into negative territory losses not seen since black Monday in nineteen eighty seven how much more of this can the markets take Jonathan corr Pino senior managing partner at meridian an equity partner spoke about this from the floor of the stock exchange last week we have not seen a positive headline yeah about corona we continue to see these negative headlines the.

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"corr" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"corr" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Street will continue thanks to the covert nineteen virus C. Kassebaum report how much more of this kind the markets take Jonathan corr **** senior managing partner at meridian equity partners spoke about this from the floor of the stock exchange last week negative headlines the numbers keep expanding until we get some more clarity some positive numbers I think that's when we'll start to see our markets we'll fill in the void filling the base everything but at this point right now every night every day it's the continual same headline the numbers increased so far there have been no calls to shortened trading hours or close the market Steve casting down the only thing that has yet to agree on the parameters of that two trillion dollar virus rescue package voted against advancing the measure Sunday across the the draft is insufficient in the face of economic havoc talks were continuing Sunday night the goal of a new vote on Monday I'm only at Francis Australia is shutting down nonessential services as the virus cases rise rapidly in that country pubs clubs gyms cinemas and places of worship will be shut down for mid day Monday all restaurants and cafes will have to switch to take out only Anderson close as this could go on for a while scenes at Bandai base just a few days ago thousands of people packed the base that I know all the advice to cracked his social distancing to wear mas and they were crammed on to that page after that our government decided that see it and I put these tough new measures in place and we've been told that I will be in place for the next on the Chinese city of Wuhan with the virus outbreak began so allowing limited movement within the city is going down gradually eases residents whose health is classified as green on an electronic database will be allowed to leave the residential neighborhoods if they have proof the returning to work I'm only at Francis I remember that night talking with my friend Stacey well she was really down you know hopeless feeling like she had no future I could hear and feel her pain because I remembered it happening to me and as I.

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"corr" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"corr" Discussed on KGO 810

"Every indication suggests that the turmoil on Wall Street will continue thanks to the covert nineteen virus si kastaba report how much more of this kind the markets take Jonathan corr **** senior managing partner at meridian equity partners spoke about this from the floor of the stock exchange last week we continue to see these negative headlines the numbers keep expanding until we get some more clarity some positive numbers I think that's when we'll start to see our markets he'll fill in the void filling the base everything but at this point right now every night every day it's the continual same headline the numbers increased so far there have been no calls to shortened trading hours or close the market Steve cast about New York the Senate has yet to agree on the parameters of that two trillion dollar virus rescue package voted against advancing the measure Sunday across say the draft is insufficient in the face of economic havoc talks were continuing Sunday night the goal of a new vote on Monday I'm only a Francis Australia is shutting down nonessential services as the virus cases rise rapidly in that country pubs clubs gyms cinemas and places of worship will be shut down for mid day Monday all restaurants and cafes will have to switch to take out only and it's unclear says this could go on for a while scenes at Bandai beach just a few days ago thousands of people packed the base that I know would be advised to practice social distancing to wear mas and they were crammed on to that page after that our government decided that see it and I put these tough new measures in place and we've been told that I will be in place for the next six months the Chinese city of Wuhan where the virus outbreak began so allowing limited movement within the city is going down gradually eases residences health is classified as green on an electronic database will be allowed to leave their residential neighborhoods.

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Research opens way to ending malaria

FT News

05:06 min | 2 years ago

Research opens way to ending malaria

"Parasite kills nearly half a million every year meshes them children under the age of five bednets insecticides on a new vaccine have all shown some potential to curb the disease. What if it could be virtually wiped out some early research using gene editing suggests this might be a real possibility Andrew Jack discusses the findings with crtv? Cookson our science editor and leading researcher Austin, but. So Clive tell us about the theory behind this new research as a background we need to remember. There are three very different sorts of organisms involved in transmitting malaria does us humans does the plasma. Jim parasite causes of the disease and the mosquitoes that spread the disease and all three have been targeted and all being targeted and attacking the mosquitoes. Which is what we're talking about. Today has an ancient history. Like draining marshes to stop them. Breeding and more recently in the twentieth century, poisoning them with nasty pesticides. The most recent approach is to use new gene editing technology and Austin Nobel to tell us more about it. And that makes very very precise changes in the mosquitos DNA far more precise than has been possible with the older genetic engineering recombinant DNA tech. Techniques and the various things you can do with that one is to basically crush the populations because they can no longer breed because then they don't get fertile aunt females. We can talk about that later or you can perhaps alter them said that they can no longer transmit the parasite then they'd still be mosquitoes buzzing around and biting, but they'd be harmless. So Austin you've been experimenting with crisper based gene drive at Imperial College. Tell us exactly how the approach works. Sure. So I was quite mentioned there's a couple of different approaches and were particularly focused on once we're we're trying to suppress or reduce the numbers of the particular species of ski does that transmit malaria, and we'd do that by targeting gene that's necessary for the females to develop properly and be able to reproduce. So we knockouts that gene using crisper base system. And it's gene drive. System, which means that that knock odes that disruption is able to spread you know, disproportionate way to the project, and so despite it causing a certain amount of sterility in the females that is still able to spread through a population. If you introduce it at a rare will over successive generations become quite common and gradually sterilize empire journalists or fraction of the female population. You're actually taking the newborn mosquito and doing some initial genetic manipulation in them, and then encouraging them to breed and spread. So to Connecticut engineer mosquito you inject DNA into a freshly laid egg. And then if that works, then you just sort of propagate from there, and so you're not having to do that all the time. But instead you are able to propagate that genetic change over successive generations in and then you would propagate in the field if we get to the point of releases so one of the findings been like so far with using this technique. Well, the most recent results from work that we've published our that we've been able to crash small cage populations of mosquitoes about six hundred mosquitos introducing this construct twenty five percents in the population. And then over either eight or eleven generations that gene spread through the population of actually all the females were sterile. And then there was no progeny in the next generation and generations. So that implies how much time in fact, and how practical to get that transfer in the wild with it's about a month or so per generation between three weeks a month, so less than a year, and is the result of that you get essentially sterile mosquitoes and the com- then reproduce, right? And so the population of those mosquitoes goes down and so malaria transmission goes down 'cause that's a direct function of the numbers of mosquitoes. Another other sorts of gene editing experiments taking place at the moment. Does other work also happening? Imperial college. That is trying to engineer the mosquitoes to be less able to transmit the parasite to interfere with the development of the parasite within the mosquito. Also, I should mention that the large part of the work. We're doing is in the lab of Andrea corr Santi at Imperial College. And so other working his life is to try to skew the sex ratio such that it's mostly male mosquitoes 'cause it's only the females that bite and transmit the disease. So if you can skew the population to be mostly males than that will reduce transmission thoughts about the relative merits of the different approaches.

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860AM The Answer

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"corr" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Up the too bad because I would have liked to have heard his defense of the socialist. But I think even Darnell when you hear somebody on the radio say, yeah, we're gonna hear Darnell defend the socialist it kinda like it sinks in. It's like oh gosh. I don't want to defend her socialism isn't America? We're not Venezuela. We're the United States of America. We are independent. We are free. We have we're the land of opportunity and to watch the government take away opportunities from Americans and prevent them from being able to create more jobs and more wealth for the country and more success because socialist X bartenders. Think Americans aren't paying their fair share. It's pretty maddening. It's pretty it's pretty disgusting. Actually, Josh you're next up on the Mike Gallagher show. Josh, how are you, sir? I'm doing well. Good. I just wanted to make a comment about this idiot point one percent. And I mean, how ridiculous it really is. I'm a guy that grew up in a trailer park, then Pennsylvania and had absolutely nothing growing up as a kid, and I have worked my ass off. Yup. I work seven days a week from seven AM sometimes till nine ten o'clock at night, and I don't ever quit and last year and my regular job could have two full time jobs, plus my full time single father. Well. I paid sixty five thousand dollars and federal income tax. Wow. That's that's that's three salaries in many parts of the country three full-time salaries, that's three jobs in places in America. But that's but Dr Talib's Andrea corr Cossio Cortez. Josh, you're not paying your fair share. She wants to right. And I don't know what she's teaching the use of America today is that you should sit at home watch TV play video games with your hand out. And right, you're gonna make it and then go to college because Josh you'll have to pay for her college education. I'll have to pay for her college education. You're right. And that's what we're up against. That's Trump is fighting. That's what Republicans are fighting. And we gotta keep we gotta stay in the battle. We're going to go take a trip and December that I hope you have a chance to join.

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KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"corr" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Three FM news and talk powered by the Pacific northwest from the Capital One Bank studios at the CBS news Washington bureau. This is the. Year end roundup with Steve Dorsey gun violence continues to make headlines. No matter the year more from CBS news correspondent Jim corr Soula. Gunfire. Brought death to the most ordinary places across America this past year down and parkland, Florida Santa Fe, Texas at more than a dozen other cities schools came under siege going. Oh in Pittsburgh, the sanctuary of a synagogue was violated the deadliest attack on Jewish Americans in US history. The Florida video game Jordan, Tennessee, waffle house a bar in Thousand Oaks, California, a newspaper at Annapolis became a killing field. Police say the suspect threatened the capital gazette a few hours before the shooting. Not even the chance of teenagers nationwide were enough to convince congress to change gun laws. Meanwhile, the printing of three D God's holy complicated. The debate the firearms will be all plastic and untraceable. Perhaps the only thing that is certain more funerals article pursue the CBS news. Severe weather also dominated two thousand eighteen here's correspondent Peter King in Orlando. Two thousand eighteen a year. The weather was so punishing it almost felt biblical tropical storms and hurricanes most significantly Florence, and Michael is no repairing something like that. Amazed. I've never seen this kind of damage here. Out west wildfires carpet, bobbed California, towns off the map. Oh my God. Billions across the country were swamped by floodwaters the water was up to the ceiling. And then some it looks like. In Hawaii some prey to an agent goddess for protection from mount kill away at times, it was blasting lava up to two hundred fifty.

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KSFO-AM

06:35 min | 2 years ago

"corr" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"But you go nine times nine times during the week one week at nine weeks in a row rather one night a week that kind of thing and the coordinators are the ones that put that together. And there's tens of thousands of them around America. Bob guarantee is one of them in Atlanta, Georgia, the Alfa Reta Georgia area. Hey, bob. How are ya? Great, thanks for having me on. Absolutely thanks for being on on giving Tuesday. And so what made you decide to be a financial peace university coordinator to be giving in that way. As a volunteer. I think it goes back to my wife, and I you'll having experienced some financial columns of our own. We got ourselves into seventy five thousand dollars in debt and really were pretty pretty hopeless. So on in finding out about you. I think I mentioned that we saw you happen to see you on sixty minutes back in two thousand and four hours. We heard of you. Yeah. I we heard of you. And we happened to go to an event a couple three week later that just happened to be at our area church cry you live and from there. We took financial peace ourselves. Yeah. We were really excited about that. And we were able to look in a year and a half after the class knock out or seventy five thousand dollars of debt. And we just were so pumped about that. I just felt like I have to carry this on and take it to my church. So that other people can have hope word whether or not having hope today. One of the interesting things about giving. I and I think it's especially true of volunteering. It's also true when you give them money when you do it in a personal level, not a check through the mail to somebody. You never meet. But when you do giving of some kind on a personal level is you end up the paradox. Is you end up getting more out of it than you give in like, you get you got a front row seat to watch him people change their lives, and it it, you know, it's like people say, well you worked so hard. Dave. I'm I don't work, man. I mean, I'm down here. Helping people in every day is fun because I get a front row seat. Like you have there to watch him people change their lives. I would imagine. How many how many clashes have you lead? Bob. Thirty four. So for my gosh. Well, you've definitely got some stories than of lives changed, right? Oh, yes. Definitely. Dave. Just this last class. I mean, I can tell you even by the tenor of it. It started out as the first week. You're kinda like oh my gosh. Everyone so tense, right? You know, some people definitely got drug. They're very dirty about the whole situation. But you could even just see just even how people related to each other how couples relating to each other as the class went on. You could tell that they were communicating and improving and whatnot. All right. So that you know, you get that sort of thing just right during the class, but I do have people come back to me. Afterwards. And interestingly one of the most common thing people come back to me, especially this was happening during the meltdown a few years ago. People come up to me, and you wanna shake my hand and say, you know, I really appreciate you coordinating because lost my job. And because we had a fully funded emergency finding we're able to get through without really any stress. And we we really appreciate that. So I always. I was kind of an interesting one where people really appreciative. But that's what. One of the examples. I had. Yeah. Absolutely. But you do get more back out of it than you give in don't you? Well, absolutely. I mean, you know, for for some of it is, you know. Obviously, the people do and they let you know how well they're doing. You can see people have pride proud of hopelessness, and that's very rewarding. And it gets a little bit of the class yourself because they constantly enforcement for you to that. You know, this is this is the way to stay on the train and keep going forward. No corr- ever. Both sides. You get you get the benefit of seeing people change and also keeping yourself on track. Thirty four classes since two thousand four while. That's right. So what keeps you coming back? Well, my wife, and I were talking to see other night, Sherry, and I would talk about this last night when I was doing it. I was thinking about kind of in terms of getting it going, and, you know, not really looking at it as a long term thing. But a couple of things that happened. You know, obviously, one of them is really passionate about it. And even if I'm really tired when I go to class, it just you just energizes me be in there and talking to people about this stuff. But the other thing is I started to learn about spiritual gifts, you know, going through my Christian walk and. You know, I realized along the way that, you know, near God wants to do the things that help out in ways that I would write things were good. Are fun and energizing for us. They don't want us to be awful, awful stuff. And I realized that this is a spiritual gift that I had to give back. And so that kind of made me realize this is something I'm going to continue doing it as long as I possibly can. But we appreciate you. We really do. Bob Gainey financial peace university coordinator extraordinaire in the Georgia area. Mount pigs some United Methodist Church when are you currently in the middle of a class? Well, we finished went up, but we have another one who scheduled the syrupy mid-january perfect. We're we're getting ready for that. Perfect. Well, you've seen a lot of versions of Dave over the years. We have already for the next one coming out. Good times. Good times. I'm telling you. Hey, man. Thank you so much for leading financial peace university. We really really appreciate it. It is giving Tuesday. And so we thought we would spotlight a coordinator extraordinaire, I mean,.

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"corr" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"corr" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Because you deserve the truth. Yep. You heard it here. Brad Kavanagh could be hearing his first oral arguments as a supreme court Justice on Tuesday believable fast goes, I know, I know and by the way, that's minimum sentencing guidelines case, the supreme court started super interesting cases coming up that's one of them. Yeah. You heard it here. Forty fifty to forty eight Mike Pence was there presiding judge Cabanillas confirmed to become the hundred and fourteen the Justice of the supreme court, congratulations. It was a tough tough tough hall, and what I want everyone to understand is. I know we're happy. Do you know why we're happy where so happy because we finally want a political fight. We finally wanna political fight. And I want everyone to know. This would not have happened without President Donald Trump. No. Other president out there. What stood behind Brad Kavanagh the way Donald Trump did? And it is there a lot of credit should be given to him for that. It took a lot of resolve for him to stick with cavenaugh. We saw just the dispatched despicable actions by the Democrats and the media with their incredibly horrible ruthless assaults. And we saw how the media handled everything we're so used to go to Republicans caving that. You know what? Hey, Donald Trump. Thank you. I'm happy to have a new sheriff in town. So remember this all went fast because the procedural vote was set up on Friday. The White House got the FBI report. They said there was absolutely no corr- corroboration of the allegations. Then we had thirty hours of the senators yak yak yak yak yak and they ended debate. And we you heard the vote. Here. We should thank Harry Reid. Thank Harry Reid for that. Simple. Simple majority. Because while it is just it is just unbelievable. And of course, Tina Smith Amy club are Minnesota senators both voted no shame on them. Shame on them people. We do not want to live in a country. We do not want to live in a country where people are guilty. I we we do process matters being able to prove these cases matters. And wow, wow. I just cannot believe shame on Amy and Tina I cannot believe they abandoned the concept of innocent until proven guilty. I can't believe they abandoned the process of fairness and finding out. What's what's true? So we're going to take a quick break here to try to get us back on schedule. Yes, we're going to take your phone calls. We want to hear what you have to say six five one nine eight nine five eight five five six five one nine. Eight nine five eight five five and by the way, I have a great show planned for you today. Besides talking about Cavanaugh Jim Hagman's going to join us. He's going to talk a little bit about Trump's trip into Rochester and his campaign down in the first district. We're going to talk a little bit about Keith Ellison. We're gonna talk a little bit about minimum wage. We're gonna talk about fair and honest elections to Kim Nash. What are you thinking? What are you thinking? Yeah. I have a great show planned for you. But of course, I will start talking about Cava. Stay tuned everyone. This is sue jeopardize twin cities news talk AM eleven thirty and twincitiesnewstalk dot.

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"corr" Discussed on Creators Collective

Creators Collective

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"corr" Discussed on Creators Collective

"For kitchen e things? No, corr- non for non kitchen. Anything's boiled linseed oil seems to work surprisingly. Well, I've tried all sorts of other stuff for furniture lately, like like if somebody wants a raw steel finish, I've been having pretty good luck with cleaning it up hitting metal at the torch to get all the it condenses, the moisture, whatever many wipe it off and then code it with a paste wax. I've been getting pretty good results from that. Although there's a company, I gotta give a shout out. They sentence called shark height or something like that. They sent me this this metal supposed to keep raw metal while I just haven't had the opportunity to use it yet. So yeah, but it's supposed to work while go, James, you action reading conspiring. I'm actually going to pick something slightly different and go with the YouTube channel. Radio, see, which I'm sure most people heard about. It's a comedy channel and they do sketches like a Senate live type thing, but they just put out a video about dead jokes, and I thought it was apropos for the podcast and it is probably my all time. Favorite studio. See sketch. Absolutely. Fantastic. And yeah, it's just when you gotta watch. So if you like de jokes at all. Yeah. I'll evening to it which you got Zack. So earlier I had mentioned, I was learning fusion three sixty and I found a guy who does videos teaching fusion three sixty and they're pretty good. It's like from the ground up so cool. What what to we two weeks? So I'm gonna go with that. Infrared temperature gun. You guys all probably know what I'm talking about. Just like a gun. The point at things and it tells you hot. It is initially didn't think it would be very useful because most of the stuff that I'm doing is above a thousand degrees, but for for tempering and quenching and just, you know, if you're forging stuff, it's really handy to see. 'cause if something's under like you know, four hundred five hundred degrees, it's usually okay to quench it without hardening it. So it's it's just really handy. Plus it confirms how miserable my shop is makes me happy. I use mine when I'm making boy, Lindsey wheel. They works in liquid. I actually shoot down through the oil and get the temperature of the pot at the bottom resin. Just the surface things worked for like steak, so cool that be get sense like the entertainment and ice one thirty. Take it off. Yeah. Forbid, you will. So I'm gonna go with the CMT styling rail bit set for making cabinet doors..

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"corr" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:53 min | 3 years ago

"corr" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And center report that my cousin lost his battle with cancer actually, hit using that phrase because I don't believe you lose a battle with cancer. I believe cancer has not been cured yet. So in this case use it come to the disease, and he fought his tail off big strong guy found out he had stomach cancer late summer early fall last year. Wasn't expected to last one a couple of months for six was really rallying. And then took a nasty turn. And he died on Friday. So whenever anything on this show of a personal nature happens that we feel you can benefit from wanna to talk about the medical aspect of it. And I'll be gone for a couple of days next week at the services, but Dr Kevin most joins us. Thanks for taking the extra time. Do of course, even loss. His family and especially somewhat. I believe he was fifty one. Five fifteen fifty three fifty okay? Fifty four this year and kid I grew up with Kurt and I were closer. But I mean, this is a kid we used to not let play because he was too little. Then he you're a bigger than all of us. Sudden pounded on us. But just a great guy. Just a good guy. Ronnie, kansas. But the reason I wanted you to come on doc is because he admitted that he ignored symptoms, and he shouldn't have. And by the time, they found out what they were dealing with the the fight was exponentially harder. So what do we need to be listening for looking for and feeling for you know, when it comes to stuff like that? And by feeling I just mean trust your senses. Trustees. If you feel like something's wrong, it probably is. It's interesting. We always talk about you think about what we're talking about cancer. We're talking about prevention we're talking about screening we're talking about early identification because if we catch some of these early enough stomach cancer being one of them colon cancer, breast cancer, lung cancer, skin cancer, all of those that we catch them early enough. We can treat them a lot easier. We can we really do. Well, but in order for that to happen you as an individual have to understand what to look for. And if you see something usual stomach cancer is a little unusual. We're starting to see less cases of stomach cancer, which is good, and it's mainly because of processed meats and things that we used to really rely. We're now able to eat more fresh vegetables and things, but if you're an individual who gets full after eating just a little bit of food and go that's kinda different. I haven't noticed that I used to be able to play the food. You know, if you get this bloated feeling after you get heartburn in. It's there all the time. Those are probably the biggest ones and weight loss people that are losing weight that are trying to lose weight unexplained. Those are red flags. This guy was in great shape. Great shape in never sick. So those are two things that usually men uses excuses. I've never sick. This'll pass. But he also had plumbing changes I don't like to get too graphic here. But it just there just wasn't normal. You can't ignore those symptoms. Right. You can't you really can't. We talk about medications that went over the counter, and that's great for people to get over the counter medication. This is one case where I'm a little hesitant. You know, we talk about the -bility to get what we call proton pump inhibitors Nexium provice it all those medicines. That say I got this upset stomach. I wanna take this medication. Fortunately, those those medications help to symptoms, but they may be masking what's underlying there. So if you're going to do that and taking you need to continue taking it definitely get into to be looked at the thing. You always hear from people is. Either. I don't want the bad news, or I don't wanna know. 'cause denials more comfortable. But if there is something wrong there, the faster you find out the better as you stab list at the top. And what are people afraid of what when you run into people that tell you that just casually and things what are you say? Yeah, it's amazing. How people say that exactly what you said in your position almost gets frustrated because you like you don't understand what you have to go to now versus what would have had to go through head. We caught this six months. Three months. You know, whatever before head you've done your normal screening. You can't colon cancer. Is a perfect example. We take Paul about. You're not getting your colon respected. You're not getting chemotherapy or not it's treatable. So that's probably the biggest thing is do your prevention things do your screenings, and I can tell you. Although they may be uncomfortable. It's going to save your life in many cases. And you're gonna find out if you find out there's nothing great day, right? You know? And if there is something you can go after it. In other words, go see your doctor from there's there's no downside there. Right. You're either gonna find out we found it early to be able to treat it. That's great or hey, you know, what there's nothing you don't have to worry about it. Nick screening is in X number of years, depending on the disease. There's so much made Dr most about patients and their ability to go online now to web, MD and other places. And and the joke is you know, that you have pain in your shoulder and you've diagnosed yourself with cancer. And and the question is with doctors and the relationships with patients, do you from your vantage point, from physicians Spanish point how much? How much of that has changed the way that you have to deal with patients who come in who may think that they have bigger symptoms and don't or vice versa? The other way round. Whether it's Andrea corr like you say the percents online, and they feel something for us. That's okay. We would rather do a complete exam. Look at you do the appropriate testing that. Have that reassurance? That you know, what everything is? Okay. Now, the person who's coming in every other day, say take this cancer. I take this cancer. You know, we have to as a physician get passed. A boy who cried wolf you have to take every individual experience as an experience and say, okay, let me make sure that whatever his concerns are going to eliminate those concerns or I'm gonna test and make sure that his concerns are unfounded. And that's the difficult part? And it's it's sometimes difficult with insurance companies as well. The driving work. Now, if people just living their life this morning something's not right. You know, something's not right physically. They haven't felt right in a little while whether they're male or female. When you go to the doctor, what's the tipping point for you. Yeah. Right. And it's gone on for more than you know, few days or a few weeks. Definitely get in the perfect example is know the stomach cancer one he'll stomach cancer. Like, I said, it's decreased. But we also know that there's a bacteria called H pylori that can cause ulcers as well as can cause stomach cancer. It's easily treated we can do a blood test to see if you have that. And then we keep put you on antibiotics and some other medications and treat that, but if you say, you know, what I'm gonna take Nexium or any one of these. And I'm gonna keep taking after months and months and months, that's we get concerned because stomach cancer ten percent of them. We catch early ninety percent of dance by the time. We we get to see that patient for myself. Sometimes it's hard to remember like dad did I have a stomach ache? Classic feel like like persistent. So it's good. If you jacked on a note or put it in your phone, then you can look back and say, wow, I for the last two months you've have had a headache or a stomach ache. And then you're like, I am this is more often than not because life is. So busy. You can't always be you don't remember exactly every single day feeling? So if you take a note that might be a good record to look like. Natalie is a is a good idea. It's a great idea L say this, and this is not in a sexist way at all. Do it. When Pat tells you something write it down because I can't tell you how many patients I get in here. I ask how long have you had this? And they say oh about a month, and they into the wife looks over and says, are you kidding? You had that at Joe's wedding. Okay. Well, it's been two years. And it's like, oh my gosh. Right. Yeah. There's never more appropriate nagging nagging about somebody's health because you're paying attention to it because it's the most important person in your life. So the nagging them to go have their testing them and makes us Plymouth for him to say, oh, by the way, you're going to the skin doctor today. What do you mean? I didn't. Yeah. I made your appointments you're going so real important to to nag each other. Because you know, you want each other around for a long time that one texture says Costas screenings tests can be a major factor in why people won't go. I don't disagree with that. But I would also say the the outcome is the same. And that is the good news is there's something minor or there's nothing the bad news is it's a bigger deal, and you're going to get the treatments and the faster you get them. Anyway. So what do you do about mitigating the cost question? Well, it actually a lot of people have that misperception that that is an issue. A most insurance companies now are paying for a lot of these trainings. So let's say you can't afford it. Well, you know, what there's programs for mammography for women that if you can't afford it. Why wait program it's three. There's hospitals that provide that for free colonoscopy are often Hubbard dermatology. That may be one where okay you have to pay out of pocket for that. Or or it's going to be in your insurance. But a lot of the screening is now actually put into the health and wellness portions of your insurance plan. So check before you jump to the conclusion that that it's not covered and somebody texted, doc. I haven't felt right for a while. I'm on my way to a medical screening. Thank you for joining for twenty. That is great. So thank you. Dr. You gotta go see patients, we appreciate you jumping on dip. No problem. Talk to you. Oh, soon Dr Kevin MAs. Macho by northwestern medicine. The pursuit of better healthcare starts here..

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"corr" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"corr" Discussed on The Young Turks

"I'm going over here for the first story that's related to progressives. Okay. So carry Harris's running for a Senate seat. Whoa, sentence pretty significant. She's just Democrats. So she believes that all those progressive priorities that you know a love, Medicare for all fifty nominee in which college for all and peace. Hey, how about that? Okay, but she takes no corr- pack money. Now, that's a very, very important part of the story because her opponent that takes a lot of it. But we are told that this is impossible. I believe. I've heard this story before and twenty three previous times. It proved to be untrue is just as Democrats won their primaries, but guys, this is a Senate seat. Kenneth guy person not taking any Pac money. That's just democrat that progressive really what is sentenceed. Okay. That's the question for Kerry Harris and whose incumbent now that's carriers right there. She's wonderful. She was on rebel headquarters before she's got all those great positions. Her opponent is incumbent Tom Carper who has been in office in Delaware. That's the. Senate seat. We're talking about here in Delaware of four, about seven thousand years in a row. Okay. He's held many political positions there. So he actually is a huge track record. Let's look at his record and see if it's worthwhile because this is the important part. I am told by people in Washington all the time. What are you guys? Are we going to being deal out of all you? Rascal progressives. These Democrats are fine. They're find what you've primary and Tom Carper for. He's a good solid, democratic vote. I'm gonna tell you is record in the you tell me if you think this is just fine or if Washington is perhaps we'll a crap..

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"corr" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"corr" Discussed on TechStuff

"The kit was pretty much a motherboard and you had to go out and purchase power supply and keyboard not to mention you had to build or or find a case for the thing you just had sort of the guts of the apple one otherwise it didn't take the world by storm but its successor the apple two definitely did and then when we were off to the races for home computers and the next episode i will definitely talk more about the apple two and it's a fact on personal computers and the marketplace that same year at the alturk convention engineers demonstrated the very first video display module this was a memory mapped alpha numeric video display for personal computers this component is what made it possible to create interactive games and other types of software for home computers shortly after the debut of the apple two came the t r s eighty trs stood for tandy radio shack the tandy corr operation started off as a leather goods company in fact there still is a tandy leather company but the tandy corporation expanded well beyond leather goods diversifying as it grew and one of the companies it purchased in nineteen sixty three was radio shack these days the company that was the tandy corporation is now the radio shack corporation this by the way was not completely unheard of there was another company that started off doing something that it is now is no longer known for so that would be nintendo that started off as a playing card company and of course now is known as a video game console and title company anyway the tandy corporation introduced the trs eighty in nineteen seventy seven the keyboard house the actual computer and this would become a form factor common among those early computers where rather than having a separate keyboard and like a cpu tower the way desktops today.

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