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Fresh update on "couple days later" discussed on Bob Sirott
"Just about 5 23. How is the cleanup gone in the suburbs? Let's find out Eric, wrong on that story this morning. What's happening, Eric? Good morning, Bob. The cleanup will definitely continue today and likely for weeks to come, if not months. I mean, the damage here is severe, You know, just driving into Woodridge this morning. You can still see all of the homes that suffered severe damage We're talking about around 100. That really got a damaged by this E F three tornado. Uh, you know, A lot of people had to find a place to stay last night and probably will for the next couple of weeks. While they start doing a lot of the repairs here, the City of Woodridge is looking for volunteers. You know, to come out and help clean up. They got a lot of the roads cleaned up, which is always a good start. You know, there was a study home of chainsaws and wood chippers out yesterday likely will be hearing the same things today as people do continue to clean up. The good news, of course, is no lives were lost out here. Three people did have to go to the hospital, but Uh, you know, officials really crediting that early warning systems that got people just enough time Really to to get to the basement or get into some sort of shelter to make sure that You know, the storm wasn't even worse. I was thinking about all of those people affected by the storm. Eric and how On television and also any broadcast outlet. You can rush to cover the aftermath of something like that. And then a couple days later, uh The news media tends to forget about what's going on out there. But those people are going to be a lot of those people are gonna be suffering for a long time, aren't they? Yeah, no question about that. You know, the other thing about covering the stories that I've done for so many years. You know, it's you look at some of these homes that are just, you know, wiped to their foundations and You know, you just you go up to him, and you talked to him and it's just yet. You know I don't I if I was in their shoes, the last person I would want to probably see as me show up at their door. Yeah, I know what you mean. But you know, they I think In some ways, it is a little cathartic for them. They they're able to kind of get a little the grief out. Maybe I It surprises me when people do talk to us sometimes in these situations, but they do and just listening to their stories and then just watching. Humanity come out makes me so hopeful, uh, about where we are as people and as a country. Um, you know, to see people coming out and helping their neighbors. They don't ask questions. They just do it And and that's uh But that that is is psyched to see. Especially in this day and age. There's mostly good but unfortunately that normally doesn't make the news. And you're right. It probably is therapeutic for those folks too. Talk about what they're going through. So let's hope the The cleanup goes Well, at least they have some nice weather here to deal with all that. Thank you, Eric. Have a good day. You too, My friend 5 26 right now. And this is Laetitia from Belvidere High there, Your caller one you get the prize. I some. Thank you. Well, you sound wide awake today. What's your secret? A lot of coffee. Yep. Yeah, you're going to work. Yeah, driving with the husband in the car, and he's really amazed that I won. I don't doubt Laetitia. No doubt. I have one of lot of things on the radio. I want a whole trip to Jamaica. Is that right? You know what? I ran into people like you every now and then who's I guess they just have the knack. I have the horseshoe, You know, he makes me sign up for every little raffle we passed. Okay, so it's not just phone contest you win, Huh? No, not just some contrast. Uh, like drawing down a nightclub and then your next things. Yeah, I've been lucky I need I need to talk to you about buying some lottery tickets and go into the racetrack. Or maybe Las Vegas. Your husband will let us go. What do you do where you headed? Well, I'm a nanny and Lombard. He's a machinist intelligence. Well, you guys start early, huh? You go together. Yeah, Dr. Together. Save on gas. Okay. Sounds good. We'll send a large WGN radio 7 20 mug to you. It's It's so big. You and your husband can share the beverage that you put in there. Oh, awesome. Hold on, and we'll get your address. Good talking to you. Thanks for listening. Thank you. You have a good one. And Steve will have the news for you. That's coming up in just a couple of minutes After these communications this pride month, WGN radio celebrates pride together and how we're all stronger together..
"couple days later" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"I don't know that they go to bed, though. I mean, it's been a while since I really heard him. They just It's like it becomes seriously your parents as a kid, You know the cicadas. My parents don't wake up that early. Okay, The cicadas never go to sleep and you just by the time they've been out for a couple weeks, you don't even notice the sound because you've been listening to it nonstop for weeks, and it's It's like white noise. It really is. You know what I heard because I was reading about it, and they said cicadas once they go underground. It's two years to 17 years, depending on when the weather is right. But they thought they hibernated. They don't hibernate underground for like it could be a 17 years. Underground. What are they doing down there doing down there? I mean, seriously, they're like awake. Yeah. Absolutely. They're awake down there like I guess they try to find roots and they beat up the the roots. But that's a that's a hell of an exist in 17 years underground. Come up, you know, find your mate. You have a really nice fling for about five minutes or so. And then you probably die a couple days later. Talk about the pressure. Talk about the pressure to sound like a liver there. What does she care? She's been underground 17 years too. She was like, Hey, I found somebody lowest bar in history. I down there for Rick dp atrial contract term man. Good grief. That is, I mean, I don't know. I don't want to get to existential, but that's that's depressing man. Hope that hope in my next life I don't come back as one of those. I'll take.
"couple days later" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Stick. It is what it is. Yeah, and listen, but it's an 11 year old Scotch. I just can't see it, can you? We did the nitro cold brew that Guinness just released. I bought more. Did you Which I tried a regular Guinness after doing after doing it A couple days later. No, no, no, no, no. I bought more of the nitro Cold brew coffee. It's fantastic. That is a perfect sweet working for me. Perfect texture working for me. It's It's now in my house all the time. Well, it should be because it is wonderful, but I also like to have my Guinness uh as well purist. Yes, it's true, but I can't Don't know if I'm on board with this because you know Scotch. The flavor profile with Guinness. I mean, the coffee works so well, it's a stout right that that's It's like peanut butter and jelly. It goes together. I'm not sure about the peanut butter and jelly sandwich without Guinness Cold Brew Nitro Cold Brew coffee. Oh, yes, Yes, please. It's a beer, but yes, But can you see this? I don't know. I don't know. Um and and look, you know that I oppose stick, right? I I don't like things for the sake of it every now and then Someone tries something like okay, that's fun. I'm not. I'm not spending my money here. Let's let's put it that way. If somebody had one, they said, Hey, try this. I would try it. But, for example, I feel the same way about Japanese whiskey. We have tried Japanese whiskeys on the show. People said to me Try this Japanese whiskey. Hottest thing. I know what it's going to be. It.
Did a Wuhan Lab Plot Biological Warfare?
"Is I don't want to be first. I want to be right. And I want to get as close to write on a story as I can. Maybe some details here and there later on, we'll have to go polish him up a little bit. If something changes will always make a correction if we have to, But I don't like to leap out in front of potentially explosive stories because you can be wrong and Given the history of fake news media people I'm not going to be one of them. But I've been sitting on something for a couple days have been gathering information, and I'm not over selling it when I tell you that it is absolutely mind blowing Let me just get to the bottom line up front. And then we're going to walk through and I'm gonna make a case for you Just don't go anywhere the whole three hours. I'm just asking you for a personal favor. Please don't go anywhere because I'm going to need you to hang around for this. Bottom line up front. They're a criminal investigation going on into the lab leak origins and a potential cover up. Mhm. Oh, that's not it. You may say that sounds pretty serious. Some of you may have heard that some of you may have never heard that before. Not just as there are criminal investigation going on into a potential cover up. Don't worry. I'm gonna produce you. I'm just throwing this out there here. I'm not just tossing this out there anyway, so I waited. But secondly Is the lab. Lee cover up that there may be a criminal investigation into Are they covering up the creation? Of a bioweapon. By the Chinese government. Yeah. Whoa, t. Oh, baby time out. Time out. It's not a 22nd, either. We're taking a full time out. That's a really Whole thing to say. It would be if there weren't very prominent people who had access to sensitive information in the coronavirus task force who are kind of floating that idea right
Huna Wisdom of Lemuria for the 5th Dimension & Beyond
"Jonathan and welcome to makamba chalker up and aloha. You're good to see you. Yeah i i do love some aloha in my life. So i try to sneak something. Some of these in. I'm coming to you from maui. So i love it. I love it. And everybody. Stay safe in maui. Because i was just talking to jonathan and things to be them active wildlife going on the shores. There it's a little shark couple days ago not for me but Happens oh my. That's one of the things whenever i go to hawaii That's one of the things. I'm always kind of like nervous about is because the sharks into beginning a little bit closer and closer and i think it's just because more and more people and people are just being more ventures and all the different boogie boards and paddle boards and all the different things. And now everybody's trying to create them to look like animals underneath to not so wise but oh that's a whole different episode so let's big into this wonderful work that you have offered the people so before we get into your work. Can you Jonathan tells your story for how you even get into. Who knows them. I was a shimada practitioner for many years and in my mind chumminess and kind of lived in in south america central america and Until my training was was Was in vats. And i worked with shamans in will now on three different continents and what i was fascinated by was a sensitives no matter where i went. They all do a universal way of working and a universal way of thinking that all all the shopping so that worked with seemed to have. And i didn't really know what it was and end up but i i could. I could feel that they were all a drawing from the same considered ideas. I had the good fortune of visiting hawaii many times. And i never really thought to look here for spiritual influence. It was just what i said. Wide shamanism wasn't wasn't on my radar. But i did have really profound experiences with the land
Flutter: Native Web and Mobile App Development With Allen Wyma
"Alan welcome to the show. Thank you for him for me. You are a flutter expert you have a podcast flying high with flutter and i'd like to explore flutter in this episode. it's been a while since we did a show about flutter. Tell me about how flutter has advanced in the last couple of years so using flooded for a long time. Maybe just a little bit over here. I would say that it's really advanced in terms of the amount of it supports. So it's kind of funny. When originally came out it was actually for web then. They kind of backed away from web and they went straight into android and ios and then they actually became full circle. Went back to going to adding now a web support so one of the things actually just came out recently as at web is now production quality or say so. It's pretty big so now you can build your app for for android and web all in production quality but now they're just added in the support for desktop. So that's windows mac and lennox with version. Two point oh and actually version two point two just got released a couple days ago as of this recording date and looks like they actually add in another couple of more platforms which is really surprising and i think it's quite big to add in so many platforms at once and so that's Uwb which i believe is windows ten and also xbox and i believe they're going to be trying to add support for kaizen in where west something like that so it seems like they're just keep kind of branching out the more platforms so that's quite amazing thing.
Flutter: Native Web and Mobile App Development With Allen Wyma
"Alan welcome to the show. Thank you for him for me. You are a flutter expert you have a podcast flying high with flutter and i'd like to explore flutter in this episode. it's been a while since we did a show about flutter. Tell me about how flutter has advanced in the last couple of years so using flooded for a long time. Maybe just a little bit over here. I would say that it's really advanced in terms of the amount of it supports. So it's kind of funny. When originally came out it was actually for web then. They kind of backed away from web and they went straight into the us and then they actually became full. Circle went back to going to adding now a web support so one of the things actually just came out recently as at web is now production quality or say so. It's pretty big. So now you can build your app for android and web all in production quality but now they're just added in the support for desktop. So that's windows. Mac and lennox version two point. Oh and actually version two point two just got released a couple days ago as of this recording date and looks like they actually add in another couple of more platforms which is really surprising. And i think it's quite big to add in so many platforms at once and so that's Uwb which i believe is windows ten and also xbox and i believe they're going to be trying to add support for kaizen and where west something like that
Heavy Rains Hammer Southern Louisiana
"In neighboring Louisiana. Heavy rains have swept across the southern part of the state. Swamping cars, flooding homes. Closing a major interstate. More heavy rain is expected in the region over the next couple days. Ed Donahue is following that story. A 10 till My best guess at this moment would be 4 to 500 structures may be flooded. People in Lake Charles, Louisiana have seen enough of this. The city is still recovering from back to back hurricanes last fall and a deep freeze just a few months ago. Mayor Nick Hunter says this rain had more of an impact than the Hurricanes. 15 inches of rain over a six hour period. This absolutely meets the threshold of a 100 year rain event and what we experienced yesterday will now go on record is the third heaviest rainfall. In a single day in Lake Charles was recorded history. Hunter is frustrated Lake Charles hasn't received any federal disaster relief yet we are pleading with anyone out there that can help. Um, to hear our need and and and see. The suffering Severe flooding is also reported in parts of
"couple days later" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"D u 33 minutes past the hour. Texas Standard time. I'm David Brown. Between the years 2015 and 2019, about a quarter of Texas police officers fired for misconduct were still able to get jobs in law enforcement elsewhere. Some of these officers had been accused of sexual misconduct and dishonorably discharged from their departments, and yet they were still able to find workers, police officers and other departments. For years. James Bergen has been investigating this story for the Dallas Morning News. He joins us now, James, Thanks for being here. Hey, Dave. It's good to be here. You point out some specific cases of sexual harassment accusations against some police officers in the state. Could you tell us what happened and how those officers were still able to find work in law enforcement elsewhere. Yeah. The main story that I followed was regarding an officer named Stephen. You honor who worked in the city of Navasota for their police department from 2007 to 2009. While there he began a relationship, a sexual relationship with a woman he met on a police car. And there was a citizen complaint about that relationship from from the woman's husband. The city investigated that relationship and found that it did indeed happen, even though Mr Yana lie to investigators about the relationship And then disobeyed his police chief's order not to talk to a witness so that he wouldn't mess up the investigation. So the city of Navasota then decides to fire mystery honor because they had substantiated the claim and substantiated problems with him lying lying to investigators. On beneficial being his police chief. But then a couple days later, the police union comes in and says, Hey, if you do not reinstate our guy, we're going to appeal this and drag out this process. So what happens then? Is that the city of Navasota? It's not a big city doesn't have a big budget. They decide that instead of a drawn out legal process, they're going to say OK, your guy can continue to be a police officer. Just not here. We want to get rid of him. And they sort of cut a deal so that he can continue to work with the police. Uh, police officer just not in not in Navasota. Fast forward to a couple of years later at a different police department and Hearn just up the road. He then is accused of sexual harassment by two women at the herd, Police Department and Resigns under the cloud of the sexual harassment allegations, But he still continues to have his license to operate as a police officer and continue working. What exactly is going on here? Is there we Is this a tale of the power of police unions, Or we really talking about certain loopholes that exist in the system or a lack of checks and balances between departments. How would you characterize What's happening, and by the way, how frequent is this sort of thing? Yeah, That's the difficult part to sort of put a number on. We don't know how frequently this is happening. But really, David, this in reporting this story, I found that this is a system that fails at every step. I mean, the police departments are failing to investigate these sexual misconduct allegations and other types of misconduct allegations. Then the unions are getting involved when the police department's actually do a good job, like an episode A and do investigate these things, but the union say no, no, no. You're not going to do that to our guy. We're going to keep them on the force. And then there's the State Licensing department tickled the Texas Commission on law Enforcement. That doesn't really have any power to strip these bad officers of their licenses. And they've been They've been sort of telling lawmakers. We need more power to get involved here. These small departments don't have the resource is to take care of this stuff. If we had the resource is as tickle to pull licenses from bad police officers, we could really help out in this situation. Has there been any effort among lawmakers or anyone else to change this process? What are you hearing? Yeah, well, criminal justice advocates are always trying to reform the system and to give tea Kool the power that it needs. Pull the licenses from these bad police officers that always fails because of the same issue that we see in this story, which is that the police unions are so so strong in Texas, and they always stop these efforts this year. The Tickle is on sunset, which you know there's a renewal process every every couple of years. To see if the agency is working. And this year there was an effort because of the failures that we've seen with Tickle, which which The Sunset staff, which oversees that says the regulation that tickle does is basically toothless, so there was an effort to give them more power so that they could better regulate. How police are licensed. That effort seems to have died at the Legislature because of law enforcement opposition..
"couple days later" Discussed on WJR 760
"To find a healthy toad or two. Before he finished the job to put into the crawlspace. Interesting. And you know exactly why I said that? Yeah. You had that now What? What a great idea. Yeah. And then he said the flashlight down there a couple days later. See if he's still alive and wandering around and join you too? Yeah, 20 years later. But eating all the insects and stuff that are going on. That's the main reason to put it down there. That's not what I was saying. I've seen things more like the canary in the coal Micro knows to consume any things that might Flourish in your crawl. Well, what if you put a male and a female talent there, and they got no way out and 1000 right? There's in horror movies of that kind of stuff that you take a good idea. That's what I said. In 10 years. You open your crawl door here since £200 toke, you know that I eat everywhere we go. There's a movie premise. Somebody's gonna steal it from out. There you go. But I did think it was a really cute idea because they are bug consuming fools. Only small rodents. Yes. Everything okay? And just for you. Anyone down there knows if you have a crawl space in your house. You must, and I mean, you must get it encapsulated here And if you want, try, do it yourself. That's OK, but you just can't leave a bare floor. Um they're not non encapsulated. Addition or whatever is in your house because that dirt that area does nothing but produce unhealthy air, unhealthy air conditions that create ride for the frame of the house. I mean, it's just a Evaluation. If you ever saw the house, I mean, it's just a snowball rolling down the hill in terms of the negatives right across a good writer built properly,.
Burakovsky Scores 2, Avs Beat Blues to Clinch Playoff Berth
"The avalanche clinch a playoff spot with a four two win over the blues at enterprise centre Colorado was playing for the first time since April fourteenth due to a Colbert pause and they get a pair of goals from Andre Burakovsky you can have any excuse initially I mean even if we feel a little bad and sickle red M. and M. being off for been off for a couple days I mean every time you put the skates on young you gotta come out go out and compete I mean you got it you got to do a job no matter what brand inside appear Edward bill Maher also scored for the ABS who are eighteen one and two in the last twenty one games Jaden Schwartz scored twice for St Louis is they lose their third straight David Duke wins in net Jordan Bennington takes the loss I'm Mike Reeves
Johnson & Johnson vaccine paused over rare blood clots
"From you at all about the pausing of the rollout of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. I mean, it's already been rolled out with it's about seven million people been vaccinated so far where there has been an issue. I don't e don't know. Issues the right word blood clots in six different women. One has died. Ones in the hospital. Any any paws cause for concern for you there? I don't think so. Remember, They did this to the AstraZeneca vaccine. They're in Europe and now it's It's back to being used. I believe so. Even experts like this could be just a couple days just just to recheck the Johnson Johnson vaccine is the one that I would take. You know, One shot and done is where I would rather be. No, I'm not. I'm not concerned by it, but I can appreciate the Indiana was like, okay. We're not gonna offer it for for a couple days. We didn't get out. We didn't get any kind of directive from the FDA. We're just gonna follow along so we don't get sued. That's how I read it that so I took the press release
You Believe You Have Exactly What Someone Else Needs?? It Is True!
"Right so here is the deal a couple of days ago. I was sitting with a friend at a restaurant and we were talking about guide asking us to give something now. Both of us were talking about monetary. Things and i began to tell her a story of a time one summer where i've been given a bunch of cash as tips as my photography sessions had gone on throughout the summer and i had been saving that cash for something special just for fun money or whatever. It was a very specific amount of money because it was just random cash. And one day as i was driving i really felt the lord. Tell me to give that money to specific person and it was weird. Because i hadn't seen this person while. And i just was like ok. Lord i'll i'll give it to them. You know whenever. I see them next. I will give it to them and in my head. I was actually thinking well. That was just kind of a random thought. Because i'm probably not going to see those people again. I i drove around with money in my car for a few weeks. And i was pulling up to a store one day and i actually saw this person and god reminded me of the money and god reminded me to give it to them so i did. I gave them the money a couple days later. I got a text message from that person and it was a text message letting me know that. The amount of money i gave them was the exact amount of money. They had been praying for literally the exact amount of money which is just so funny because again like i said it was a random amount of money that god has blessed me with to then turn around and bless this family with and it was money that they needed and so as i was telling the story to my friend the other day i began to really think about that story and think about how bananas it was that that exact amount of money was exactly what they were praying for and again had blessed me with it and then turned around and told me to bless that person with him and it was what they had been praying for. God used me to answer a prayer that someone else was rain
US airlines announce upcoming changes
"The news the other day, and in recent days you've noticed the following American Airlines, claiming that it had as high as an 80% load factor on its flights. Number one. That they're announcing. They're gonna unpardonable the rest of their parked airplanes and that most of them will be back in the air. And may we've seen the story that Delta Airlines as of May one, is no longer going to be blocking the center seat, which means they're gonna be selling up to 100% of the capacity of every one of their flights. We've seen. It was let originally by airlines like Frontier and Spirit, Allegiant, Sun country and Southwest about 70 new routes around the country. And all of a sudden in the last 10 days. Here comes Delta and United American Delta, announcing 36 new routes, American Something like 20 and united 26. I mean, what do they know that we don't know? Of course, for the answer that I go to the man who always knows from Forbes. Dan Reed. How are you, sir? I don't know. Thanks a lot, Dan. This concludes our conversation. We should be your only tip your waitresses. Um, no. Uh Hey, Peter, how you doing? Thanks for having me on Yeah. So I mean, how do you figure all this to do? They really see the numbers started not just two inch up, but to start the climb up. Well, you get into the definitional issue there. What's you know how much they're up? But by how much? Department of Tripped a P ECE Castro Transportation Security Administration tells us that on I believe it was 18 days in March. They cleared 1.4 million or more got over 1.5 million a couple days in their passengers for air travelers through their their airport checkpoints. Well, that's great, considering they were down to, you know. 25,000 day at the at the very trough of the, uh of the event last year, um, and hadn't been over, uh, 100 head bit over a man until just not too many weeks ago. It sounds like they're coming back pretty strong. But then you look at the two year ago numbers and they regularly I mean, almost every day. In fact, only one day in March of 2019 did they not have 2.4 million passengers. Air travelers cleared so they've come back some, but they're still a long ways. They're 40% arm or behind where they were two years ago, which is the First comparable non pandemic affected measuring boy now,
Man found living in Seattle couple's basement
"Couples. John Marino Live tonight in Seattle with the shocking discovery in this operation Crime and Justice Report, Joe Preston Police say this man was raiding the refrigerator had made up a bed, even arranged his clothes in one of the rooms Now this went on for a couple days before the woman who already lived there realized that She had company. Down. This private drive at the edge of Magnolia is a neighborhood filled with high end homes. Seattle police say a man decided to move into one of them, even though it was already occupied. That's the concerning part here right is That this person was able to work their way into the home and stay there for a couple days without being detected. The situation was like a scene out of parasite, a film in which a man hides out for years in a mansion without the owner's ever realizing she had a police say the man in Magnolia had only been living there a couple days before officers were called out to investigate. The police report says the man was eating food from the refrigerator downstairs. He'd also made a bed had playing cards. And close organized on the floor and surrounding furniture. Neighbors say it is shocking but not so surprising. And then worst thing more homeless issues before. People just don't have a lot of hopes. Others trying to make ends meet. Officers arrested the man for burglary and trespassing. He told him. He just come from Texas. Wait, served six months for assault and trespassing. He was able to kind of just hide out there in the basement for a couple days and Thankfully, nobody got hurt. A man had a court hearing today and although he does face criminal charges of judges ordered that he undergo a mental health evaluation first. Back to you. Wow. What a story, Joel. Thank you. Developing tonight, the state Legislature, taking a big step toward shutting down the Northwest
Gun Control Legislation May Have to Wait
"Biden's first official news conference, He made clear what his top priorities are the pandemic and infrastructure. And he said gun control legislation may have to wait despite Biden's outspoken history on the issue. NPR. White House correspondent Tamara Keith joins us now. Good morning, Tom. Good morning. What did the president say? And perhaps more significantly, What did he not say about gun control legislation yesterday? Yes. So this came about 45 minutes into the press conference when a reporter asked Biden about specific done related measures that he could pursue, So this was his chance to lay out what he wanted to do what he planned to do, but He didn't really do that. All the above. It's a matter of timing. He went on to say that sequencing is a key to a president's success. And he said his next major initiative is infrastructure, broadband roads, bridges. I imagine that caught some people off guard because it wasn't just a couple days ago he was talking about wanting to push new gun control measures. Yeah, I mean, I thought I had missed something in his remarks. It was such a contrast to what he had said just three days ago when he was delivering this passionate speech, saying Action on gun violence is needed now. Don't need to wait another minute. Alone an hour. To take common sense steps. Oh, save the lives in the future and the urge my colleagues in the House and Senate to act. We can't ban assault weapons and high capacity magazines in this country once again, But
Why You Should Know About Team Hoyt
"Before we jump in little news came across the running world last couple days and that is that dick hoyt died. Yeah that's right. He was eight years old and been suffering from a prolonged illness. And people may recognize the name. Dick rick whitehaven fixture of the boston marathon. Since nineteen eighty when dick. I pushed his son. Who was born a spastic quadriplegic with cerebral palsy. So they were very recognizable. They had actually begun. Doing other marathons around the country in nineteen seventy seven and throughout multiple decades. They did dozens of marathons and triathlons together Before the elder hoyt retired from running several years ago. I think it was in two thousand fourteen. They ran their final boston marathon together but he was such an inspirational man and will definitely be missed for sure. And that's team hoyt. If you haven't heard their story definitely go. Google them and read about
‘Don’t come’: Biden tells migrants to stay away from US-Mexico border
"To come to the southern border where there's been an influx of unaccompanied migrant kids arriving lately, White House Press secretary Jensen Hockey. Asked about claims that border agents are telling reporters that they're frustrated. They can't answer questions because they've been told not to talk to the media know there's Border Patrol agents quoted and a lot of your stories, and you speak too frequently, and that's something we support it. Obviously there's a long tradition of coordinating with Department of Homeland Security. But if we're if our farm policy is Keeping people quiet. We're not successful, and it is not our policy to prevent people from talking. NBC news correspondent Julia Ainsley asked by our own Dimitri sodas. If it looks like the administration is hiding something think it gives that impression. And, you know, hopefully after our reporting, and after this becomes a discussion topic, maybe we will see more access of at this point. I don't have evidence that there is something Being hidden. But certainly we don't know what we don't know. We want to be able to see where Children are sleeping. Are they able to get outdoor recreation time? Are they able to have a shower every couple days? I mean, just basic things. We know when they had overcrowding like this in 2019 Children complained that they couldn't even have enough space to lie down or get clean drinking water and without access. We don't know if that's the case now. And I have spoken to some experts and I know you given your job have spoken to many more who say that if you're in your home country and your life is being threatened, you're not really concerned with what President Biden is saying about Do come here or don't you just take off and you try to leave your country and get to a safe place? How does that factor into it? In other words, Whatever messaging the U. S has It doesn't seem to affect this flow of young people coming into the country right now. Well, you know, I think that's another great discussion. What we hear a lot is that their push and pull factors and you were definitely highlighting this push factors. We know that there have been natural disasters, famine, incredible violence by gangs in the Central American countries that have forced people to leave their homes. But under the Trump administration, they were by and large denied the right to come into the United States even to claim asylum. They were waiting in Mexico for months, sometimes years just To get their day in court to make their case for protection of the United States as the Biden administration ended that policy and then started to allow Children into the United States to claim asylum, the message gets out. And so it could be that if you're considering a trip, this might be the time you would do it. That seems to be a pull factor when we think of push and pull. Of course, people make decisions like this for a number of reasons, but another decision that we're seeing that I would like to highlight as well. Lawyers say that they have spoken to families. Where they may have an intact family waiting on the southern side of the border that has decided to send a child unaccompanied because that is their best chance of saving their child's life and getting them into the United States. Otherwise, if they came as a family, they would all be pushed back into Mexico or deported back into the very conditions that they fled from in the first place. Did find some interesting messages today from Secretary My orchestra's You testified before Congress and a similar message from what we've heard from the White House that they understand. There is a message of hope. The Biden administration wants to send a message of hope to people who are in dire circumstances and want to get the protections afforded to them by international and U. S law to come to the United States. But their message keeps being don't come now wait for us to get the resource is wait for us to get the bed capacity now it's not The time to come, But I think we're going to continue to watch these numbers, especially as they typically rise during the late spring to see whether or not that message of don't come now is actually sinking in. That's NBC's Julie Ainsley on Skype. Anything can happen in March
Alexandria City Public School Students Return to In-Person Learning
"4000 students return to their classrooms today in Alexandria City Public schools, students from all great levels have returned to you in person learning a couple days a week, school superintendent Dr Gregory Hutchings toured a few schools and says he was pleased with what he saw. I just have to say it was a great start. It was a great start, really to have new beginning. Because we have not open schools like this before. Things will visit more schools tomorrow, he says. The return to classrooms is being carefully monitored and planning is underway for in person learning for those who need it this summer.
'The Talk' goes on hiatus after Sharon Osbourne defends Piers Morgan - NBC News
"Hiatus after an on air blow up last week. It was a talk that got heated last week. I feel even like I'm about to be put in the electric chair because I have a friend and now the CBS daytime talk show. The talk is on hiatus for a couple days this week as the network conducts an internal review into an exchange between hosts Sharon Osborne and Cheryl Underwood. After Osborne defended her friend Piers Morgan over his Meghan Markle remarks. I'm asking you again on, Don't try and cry because if anyone should be crying, it should be me. That was Wednesday. By Friday, Osborne took to Twitter to issue an apology. Matt Piper CBS News Coming up in money
"couple days later" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Hey, I gotta call you back. And I was like, Yeah, and I was literally right at the stop sign about to pull into our parking lot. I was like, I don't think I hit your car and she was like, Oh, you did. You did, and I've got damage and you need to look at it. And that was just so discombobulated. I got over the car and went and looked and in the car was another passenger and someone in the back seat. And I was like, Yeah, I don't really see anything. And I'm sorry, and she's like, Well, we need to get your insurance. So we go back to my car and I've got the door open and I'm like rifling through my glove compartment. And I'm like, you know what? Let's I'm starting to get that feeling. I'm like, Let's call the police and we can file a police report and I have insurance. So if there's something wrong with your car, we can settle it that way. And like we need to see your insurance, we need to see your insurance. And all the sudden she reaches into my car and tries to grab my purse that's in the passenger seat and is pulling my purse and I spin around and grab my purse. So now she's got my purse. I've got my purse and she reaches into my hair and she's pulling my hair. I am kicking. I am screaming. I'm going. Help me. Help me! Somebody help me! Ah, car drives by and kind of slowly looks and I'm sure they thought we were having like a domestic or something. And then another car stops. And I can hear him and their kids from the apartment building by here and there like we're calling the police. We're calling the police. I'm screaming. In the meantime, someone comes from the car the passenger and gets into the driver's seat. They start to drive off on the person who's attacking me runs into the woods like runs into the back parking lot into the woods. And I am just sitting there. I I mean, my hair has been pulled out of my head. I've been punched in the face. I'm scared to death and, yeah, He didn't get my car. They didn't get my purse. A couple days later, I found a fingernail in my car. Was just gross and scary. They never found the person. No, they never did. They never did. And the moral of the story people and I did not know this. If someone if you get into an accident, even if you get into an accident, If you feel unsafe, you do not have to exchange information there. You can drive to the nearest police department or you can drive home and call the police and tell them you've been in an accident. And you were afraid you do not have to stop. You do not have to get out of your car if you feel threatened or scared. Oh, that's good. And so people like another another time Someone was laying in the middle of the street on my street going. Help me. Help me help me and I just know I drove around. I felt terrible, but I was like, Yeah. Nope. I'm not stopping. Yeah, it's that's where we're out. Yeah, you gotta just be aware. Yeah, That was a really scary time. Sorry about all that. Oh, no. Thanks for the details. I remember hearing about that, but I did not know about some of those details. Yeah, it was scary. Oh, my word. Well, let's um let's let's not around later notes. Yeah. Friday Friday, everybody Glad to be safe. Yup. Be get your get your safety. Have your bear spray whatever makes you feel Just be safe. Well, when we come back, let's do some. Would you rather okay? And I have to tell you about the story because we have to talk about this before dawn comes back. We have to talk behind her back. Oh, okay. Yeah, we'll definitely do. All right. My talk one. Oh, 71. Hey, it's Jace for Chris Lindahl and Krystle and all real estate. I want to give a big old shot out to Cheryl from Plymouth,.
Los Angeles Dodgers' Trevor Bauer Vows To Learn From Social Media Mistakes
"Our spoke with reporters a couple days ago after signing that deal with the dodgers. The dodgers landmark agreement with bowers been met with clear reservation and in some instances disdain by some of the team's fans although they're concerned aren't about is projected onfield performance bowers boundless social media activity included includes instances that have prompted accusations of online bullying too which involve women who became subject harassment by bowers followers. Bauer after signing three year. Two million dollar deal with opt outs throughout said last thursday that he is evolving. Everyone makes mistakes in the past. I try to learn from them. I try to learn as quickly as i possibly can try to understand other people's viewpoints on things and be better in the future. I think if you look at the history is baseball player. I history on social media. My history is a person for those who know me well. They'll see that. I have played that process. Everything that i do. I'm committed to doing that. Moving forward as well and i'm here to be a positive impact on anyone that can be both in the community in the clubhouse on the field at the stadium. Whatever the case says so. I'm excited to be here. I'm excited to win with this with this group. I'm excited to interact with a dodger fans and the community of l. a. I grew up here. I've been a long time. I spent twenty years here before. I signed professionally. I my parents are still here. A member of the community. I still consider myself a member of the community. And i look forward to having a positive impact on the community.
Wind Chill Warning, Winter Weather Advisory in Houston
"A wind chill watch in effect from tonight through Tuesday morning. You have until about give or take four o'clock this afternoon to get your preparations done and then go inside. Hunker down for a couple days. Governor Abbott is imploring residents to not drive after this evening, imagining being out on the road when you run out of gas or imagine if you're on the roadway and You run into snow and you're incapable of moving. Who knows how long you will be stuck in that position and the temperature that you will be in maybe 10 degrees or less. Your life will be compromised simply because of the harsh weather conditions If you get out and get stuck, so if you get stuck if you need help, there is a special roadside assistance hotline. It's an 800 number. Remember that 800 add a bunch of fives with the two thrown in there, so it is 805 to 5.
Journalist In Myanmar Recounts Ongoing Military Coup
"No one quite expected them to do it. That's what a journalist says in Myanmar after a military coup. The armed forces have never been fully out of power in that country. But in 2015, they allow democratic elections won by the party of Aung San Souci. She had received a Nobel Prize for her decades long fight for democracy, including years under arrest. The military's partial retreat allowed me and Marta and its global isolation. Then this week, the military retook full power and on sans Souci is detained again. Parts of the Internet are blocked and Myanmar but we reached journalist Amen Thon and Yangon, which is a city of some five million. There's a curfew union go on at 8 P.m.. Every night, People have been going on to the bathroom ease or outside to the front of their homes and banging pots and pans. It's a traditional Berman's ritual to get rid of evil spirits in your house every night. It's been getting louder and longer, and you could just hear the sound echoing through the city. We should remind people that the coup was over and election result in November and had been feared for some time. Was there a great deal of suspense in recent months? Not really. But it wasn't a complete surprise, but no one quite expected them to do it. People assume that that this was, you know, posturing and threats. But you know, leading up to the last couple days before the coup. There were some really alarming pictures of a tank in London, as well as unusual movements by the military near military installations throughout man lost Even then, people didn't really think they would actually do a real coup. What did you hear from people when it became clear that it really was a co was quite a lot of despair. I think, especially for people of my parent's generation, so people the fifties and sixties and older, I think they just didn't expect it. You know, they worshiped essentially insensitivity all their lives, and I think they had a really difficult time really coming to terms that they hadn't won after all in 2015. I'd like you to explain that perspective because some Americans who follow events from Myanmar maybe only know Aung San Souci as a civilian leader who failed to condemn Genocide of Ranga in Myanmar. What was it that she has done over the last decades that made her someone that they would feel so strongly about? Sure, if you're just having a conversation here, and someone talks about a May your mother They're often talking about her. I grew up in the US, but our house is covered with pictures apparently had annual calendars that have her picture in it. Ah, lot of people breathing really admire her. They see her. Someone who wants she was young woman came back to me in life, despite the fact that she was living a perfectly lovely life in the U. K to take care of her ailing mother. And then stepped up when she could have left in order to fight for the Burmese people. And then decided instead of being with her family to stay in your more and you know people respect that. You're referring to the period after she won an earlier election in the 19 eighties, and it was not accepted by the military, which kept her In prison or in house arrest for many years. Yeah, for 15 years. She basically was in a position where the military said If you want to leave, you can leave. But if you want to be here, you won't be free. Other than climbing the pots and pans at eight o'clock each evening. What are people doing about the coup? There's been a lot of online organizing. There's a couple hashtags feeling around hash tag, civil disobedience movement as well as hashtag justice from you more But part of the civil disobedience movement is doctors and teachers, the majority of whom here work for government institutions essentially going on the strike doctors, especially since Cove, it Still providing medical care, but they just simply choosing not to do it. Government institutions. If I may, there could be some severe consequences for that. Yes, definitely. I don't think we're talking enough about this yet, but It's quite likely that we're going to see a spike in cold cases. What do you expect Ng over the next few days? I'm expecting just more of a reaction to the growing protest movement. There's been what seems to be Very clearly this information campaigns that are intended to kind of paralyzed people through fear and the lack of knowledge, But we're also starting to see more and more people going out into Streets to protest. Amen. Thon is a journalist who is in Yangon. Thank you. Okay.
"couple days later" Discussed on KTRH
"Classic movie? This comes from 2001. A space honestly released by the Willy and 1968 holds up pretty well. Everybody remembers the supercomputer, Hal, right. Days. Dave. At any rate. We're trying to figure out what's going on with appearing and disappearing. Mama lists If you remember the planted 2001 a space Odyssey. After discovering a mysterious artifact buried beneath the lunar surface, mankind sets off on a quest to find its origins. As the word came from Now we have similar monoliths that reportedly are showing up here on planet Earth. One of them was in Utah, he responded. Couple days later, he disappeared. No word on How it appeared or disappeared. Another reports that there are several other model ists. That have been found Ripley's Believe it or not. Offering $10,000 for information on the Utah monolith. 10 grand to the first person who can come forward is the legal owner of the monolith Thing can confirm the missing objects. Current location. The reward will expire in December. The 31st. Meanwhile, Romania has one of their own. So do you think there's any possibility That these things have alien origins. Or do you think this is kind of like maybe some of the Crop circles. You see in places like England, where you get Billy, enterprising people with boards looking to create something kind of cool that will also get people talking. Don't know yet. 5 41 dime for traffic and weather together. That's cool. It is kind of cool up sky. Mike is here. We've got a problem now Southwest Freeway as I called it just a minute ago. I mean, I don't have any special powers. You could just see the backup, but it's I 69 Southwest Freeway inbound at the West, part curved, and that extent did show up on camera right lane to center lanes. We're gonna put that together and call it three right lanes inbound. That's an extra six minutes on the Southwest. I'm sky Mike on the Gulf Coast windows dot com. 24 hour traffic center from our ktrh. Dedham Leasing 24 hour Weather Center. Time for us to check in with meteorologist Terry Smith. We're seeing some scatterbrain so far this morning, maybe a couple of cracks of thunder coming our way today, Terry, you just might.
"couple days later" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"City They're all of a sudden, just magically a couple days later got hundreds of thousands of votes when we know that the turnout Wass low early on, But you didn't about somehow don't show up until Wednesday or Thursday. Just it's it's very It's very unusual. The Cities in Milwaukee, Philadelphia, Atlanta in Detroit. In the most important election of our lifetime with the highest voter turnout ever. They knew there was a lot of mail. They called it a night. Who did that? Because Cook County didn't call it a night. Harris County didn't call it a night Dallas County didn't call it a night. Maricopa County sort of called it a night, But they were a message. You know who else did his Clark County, which is Las Vegas? Because so, Clark, Honey, why is it that every Democrat County that mattered called it a night, But the other one's dead. The other big Democratic counties cities did. Dallas L. A cook. I can't. All I can do is say, you know, two plus two like everybody could I think here could do the man force equals Mass times. Acceleration 100%. I mean, Tony in physics applies today as it did, you know, it always does mean here's the context we have to understand. In 2016. Democrats did not think Donald Trump could we have infrastructure in place for this? They just got caught sleeping, and we wish I think a lot of us knew this. Maybe people don't know exactly what they were supposed to do. But they weren't going to get caught sleeping again. They weren't going to let Donald Trump go in and win Michigan or Pennsylvania and they were going and they were going to do what they had to do in states where that if they needed insurance like Georgia, which the insurance policy is a land or North Carolina Whatever. But but there was no circumstance under which there were not where they were not gonna have plans in place to try to make sure that those states stayed or turned back to blue. The plan A was the powerful people plan that somehow the confluence of Hollywood big tech Wall Street bankers, International corporations, former globalist Republicans will all come together. And somehow the American people will want to commit suicide. And Joe Biden comes out to a bunch of cars honking the horns. And he says, Thank you very much. I'm so glad I'm gonna be your next senator. You know Audio's America, Elizabeth Warren's Treasury secretary, and then Chuck Schumer comes out and he says, I'm Senate Majority Leader. But it became very clear is Florida rolled in, and none of the networks called Florida this night was going to go very differently, and I was watching the networks that was really interesting. We knew Florida was Trump's at 8 30. Easily easily. The networks were filibuster and they weren't even calling Florida. We're talking about Virginia. They were telling all these other weird states and calling them for Biden because there was a playbook that was sent or communicated to the media people. That none of these states are going to be called tonight Filibuster like your good old Southern senator trying to kill the You know, Civil Rights Act from the Democrat party. I mean, I felt like I was watching strong sermon on cable television. There is wasting time, right? And meanwhile they think the American people are stupid that we don't have our counties. We could see some people were Ohio looks really bad. We come into Ohio We run this. We run the table in Ohio. And then we look at this. Clark County, Milwaukee County, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Detroit. Call it a night Chances of that. Sure there are no coincidences on election night. That's sort of my rule of thumb. And if you if you don't like to hear people saying that, then don't do it like this is like that praying a presidential election. The people who are running things like precincts and polling places and count and the end are overseeing the count. They have a hyper obligation more than any other time. To be transparent, 100% transparent not to do anything that looks in any way unusual, and they're boarding up windows in downtown, right. Oh, and watchers in in New York. I mean, they were you know, they're boarding in New York. They're boarding up D c, But you know, I posted video yesterday of Detroit of one of the poll watchers who had been kicked out. They won't let us back in. They won't There's no pool watching happening. None. So why do we have the bodies and they're kicking them out? So why do you? Why do you kick poll watchers out because they're filling in ballots or do they're doing something right? If you look, If you're not doing anything wrong, you don't take the poll watchers out. Where is the Department of Justice? It's helpful were the income. It would be nice, wouldn't they would be nice tryingto take over the government not you know, you want to be a long week. We're trying to win back the government. Not. But it feels so Why is the Department of Justice not sending out letters saying Why is that they're not long poll watchers in why is it that people's ballots or should say unregistered and canceled? Obama Todo went around like a drone squad in southern Yemen, any sort of Republican precinct that dared even have a line right? Where's bar Right? Where's bar holder? And Loretta Lynch went around shooting Tomahawk missiles at Republican states. Remember how active that shirt was? Absolutely D'oh? Look, Republicans, I, You know, I just This is one of the reasons Trump was so popular in 2016 and and right now and and remains popular now election legitimately..
"couple days later" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Was hot again without changing. That's a couple days later in the week, maybe down three degrees to the upper eighties but still looks like we'll keep the chance reign of the operating hours. A more of the same. Thanks. We'll talk to next hour. Well, you know, with an increasing cases were over 12,000 reported yesterday, down from 15,300 a day before, but still a lot, particularly because it's So close to the weekend. The next thing you look at his hospitalization and then deaths right? They probably go hand in hand. Florida has now recorded 4346 covert deaths. In Miami Mayor Francis War as closely is closely monitoring his city's hospitalization rate. Our hospital systems are getting strained. We have ah, very small capacity in our issues. We have the ability to grow that capacity, but it's something that's extremely worrisome. Can't rule out the possibility of stay home order, and so you know, we're analyzing day in and day out to make a decision, But it's not something that I'm that I'm keeping you know that I'm gonna roll out at this point. There may be some potential positive signs in the numbers. The percentage of positive cases statewide yesterday was 11.51%. That's down from last Wednesday, when the peak was 18.4%. The number of percentage positive in Miami Dade County. Yesterday, though, was 28% and the two week average in the county is 26% 1 of every four people could testing positive. So we're nowhere near any positive numbers in Miami Dade County. California, meanwhile, is rolling back much of its reopening and a lot of the Corona virus rise Mohr than threat in 29,000 Californians have now tested positive for the I wrote a virus and the state's death toll has passed 7000 restaurants, winery's tasting rooms, movie theaters, family entertainment centres, zoos and museums, card rooms and Shuttering of all bars. This is in every county in the state of California. Reflections were going in further in some of the state's hardest hit counties, 30 of 58 is a matter of fact, also announced yesterday, California's two large school district's Los Angeles and San Diego Decided that school will be only online with the new school year gets under way next month. In the joint statement, they cited research about schools in other countries, saying quote those countries that have managed to safely reopen schools have done so. With declining infection rates and on demand testing available. California has neither Across the country. New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo said schools will be allowed to reopen foreign person learning in parts of the state were infection rates have average 5% or less for two weeks. The total number of deaths in the United States was 135,615 is of early this morning, according to Johns Hopkins University's count and the number of confirmed cases top 3,363,000. At the White House. Meanwhile, press sector Kayleigh Mcenany is yesterday deny they're trying to smear our doing opposition research on Dr Anthony Fauci. That's a very specific question by the Washington Post. And that question was President Trump noted that doctor felt he had made some mistakes and we provided a direct answer to what was a direct question. About used the top member of the White House Second Myers Task Force, but isn't this weekend He hasn't spoken with president weeks and minutes, criticism of the state of the fight against the virus in our country. Even the president weighed in on the controversy will have a very good relationship with Dr Fancy I've had for a long time, right From the beginning. I find it to be a very nice person, and I don't always agree with them. The president again claimed yesterday that the US is seeing increases in new cases in some areas because of increased testing well. Percentage rate tells you different story. Foul. She has made mistakes, but so is either every single A scientist in this world that's been talked about these virus. You know, they had two studies out yesterday. They're very small studies. By the way, a man if you looked at the one I think that 90 people want had 14 people in a different country was U K. The other might've been Spain. IR para friends like that. Anyway. It's said that If the antibodies go away after is little is three or four weeks and may last for a few months, depending on the individual. So what they're saying is Just because you had it before and you have the antibody doesn't mean you're immune to it. It's kind of like another Corona virus that we have is the cold and you get cold. You know where a few months maybe or whatever. But they also think that it probably means if the's things air borne out in larger studies, they have not even appeared reviewed yet. If if if they are born out, then we would probably need a booster shot to a Corona virus vaccine if one has developed, so that's what it means. 7 16 Manny Skerritt, He's gotta look. What's training managed for, well, Jimmy. What's trending now? As if things weren't already bad enough. In California, As you just mentioned new research shows the Los Angeles areas chances of getting hit by a devastating earthquake or going up research classifies a devastating quake was a magnitude 7.5 or above, says the chances of that happening are increasing. Read Why And the odds the experts are giving it of happening on the front page. W did not come. Larry. Thanks many. Well, there's some questions about as we've been talking about whether to open schools or not. What? What does it do to the Children? You know their health or mental mental wellbeing and there Ah, their financial and scholastic futures. A lot of things to consider here. We'll talk about this with Dr Deborah and Mulligan. Straight ahead at 7 22 Traffic at 7 23 or 6 10 w Y o D Spreading.
"couple days later" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"The disease to run its course for your immune system to fight off the virus but ideally a medical professional would make the determination that you actually have the disease that you have a testing kit of some sort and that they're able to determine whether or not you have it I don't recommend people just decide that they should do any sort of self care routine on their own without consulting a doctor or nurse or saying L. it's probably not the echo of it nineteen I should be fine getting tested is the most important part and that's something that the United States as I'm recording this is currently trying to get a handle on we were woefully unprepared despite the fact that we had a little bit of a heads up in this virus as it was breaking out now that being said the world health organisation currently estimates the mortality rate for covert nineteen to be three point four percent that means three point four percent of the people who have been diagnosed with covered nineteen have subsequently died by comparison the seasonal flu typically has a mortality rate of around one percent so that tells you that covert nineteen based upon this estimate from the World Health Organization is much more deadly but that estimate doesn't necessarily reflect reality because we don't actually know how many cases of the disease there really are out in the world and without knowing that you can't really draw a conclusion about how deadly it is because if the disease is far more widespread than we thought and the numbers of those who died are still deal with what we believe them to be now actually means the mortality rate is lower right because more people have the disease but fewer people have died from it so we can't really make a definitive conclusion no more than eighty percent of those who have passed away from this disease were sixty years or older and more than seventy five percent of those who passed away had other health conditions like heart disease that likely played a part as well so it is a very serious disease but it tends to be deadly for people who are older or who have these underlying health conditions they can also play a role in as you likely heard this particular virus was first discovered in Wuhan China in December twenty nineteen doctors in Wuhan China noticed an increase in the number of patients who were seeking treatment for respiratory ailment that was similar to pneumonia at the very end of twenty nineteen then the Chinese government confirmed those reports on December thirty first two thousand nineteen a few days later Chinese scientists announced they had identified a previously unknown virus as the cause of the disease and that they believe the outbreak originated at a fish and poultry market in Wuhan the Chinese media first reported on a death caused by this disease on January eleventh twenty twenty this was right around a really large holiday in China in which lots of people travel and that gave the virus a ton of opportunity to spread to new hosts in the process and I'll talk about how this virus spreads further in a bit by January twentieth twenty twenty we started seeing confirmed cases of covert nineteen outside of China the first places to report their own cases where South Korea Japan and Thailand on January twenty first twenty twenty doctors diagnosed a man in Washington state in the United States as having cove in nineteen the man had recently returned from Wuhan China on January twenty third twenty twenty the Chinese government began to take some pretty extreme measures in an effort to contain the spread of the corona virus the government shut down all traffic going in and out of Wuhan and suspended all mass transportation within the region the World Health Organization declared a public health emergency of international concern on January thirtieth twenty twenty as reports of the spread of the virus we're on the rise a couple days later on February second twenty twenty a forty four year old man in the Philippines died after being infected by the corona virus becoming the first person outside of China to die after being infected one story they got a lot of press understandably so focused on the diamond princess cruise ship which was returning to Japan after a two week trip in Southeast Asia the Japanese government required the passengers of which there were more than thirty six hundred to go into quarantine a week later the number of people who tested positive for covert nineteen on that ship we're in the number of two hundred eighteen people that made the diamond princess the largest site of infection outside of China itself kind of incredible to think that the two leading places where people were sick with covered nineteen were China and this cruise ship on February tenth twenty twenty the number of deaths in China due to cove in nineteen surpassed the number of people who had died in the two thousand two and two thousand three sars epidemic the country had more than forty thousand confirmed cases of infection by that point on February seventeenth twenty twenty the Chinese government announced that the probable source of the virus outbreak came from the pernicious habit of eating wildlife that's a quote from Chinese media the initial outbreak all seem to stem from that fish and poultry market and will on I'm very twenty first Iran announced that there there were two confirmed cases of people of color in nineteen in that country later that same day the government announced that those two patients had passed away and the outbreak in Iran would later become one of the worst that we've seen outside of China another place that had a really severe outbreak and continues to be dealing with that is Italy in mid February Italy had five confirmed cases but by February twenty third the number had grown to one hundred fifty so it was going super fast super early by the end of February cases in Europe or spiking as people were traveling from areas of infection back home spreading the virus as they did so I'm very twenty ninth the US media reported on the first death in America following infection and the global number of cases had reached around eighty seven thousand the virus continues to spread rapidly and on March twelfth twenty twenty the World Health Organization proclaimed.
"couple days later" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"The one on on ventilators ICU beds PP I mean we're okay right now when I say when I several care right now the hospitals have the ability to live but I don't think anyone is as prepared as they need to be because of what we're seeing in the New York and the number that still increasing him to the club it was saying that the numbers are the numbers of hospitals onstage are kind of leveling off but I don't think that will potentially hopefully we'll get enough to so I can say right now with this pandemic you've been a pretty aggressive though and in doing what you can as the mayor telling people to wear face coverings in the like you you you believe in social distancing yeah we came out quick on this you know basically give a quick timeline our first case coronaviruses run for free for a second I next case wasn't until about the fourth of March and then a couple days later we had five cases and then after that I would begin immediately started to close things down and within a matter of a week pretty much everything was shut down or cancelled in that city and then last week we we instituted some new new guidelines and recommendations saying how you know it's important to wear the mask such a high population people have coronavirus and showing the symptoms I also instituted a a recommended curfew between nine PM and six AM and that's really targeting you know younger people so they're not out at house parties and things like that it's it's it's it's not natural for human being to self isolate it it's it's actually in some cases dangers but in this particular case it's the way that that the cuts come back a stronger virus it's.
"couple days later" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The presidency of the United States going to be called president elect by the following January two thousand seventeen that president elect was sitting down for a top secret briefings tonight the face to face meeting inside trump tower it's January sixth exactly two weeks before the inauguration the director of national intelligence James clapper along with the heads of the CIA the FBI and the National Security Agency had traveled to New York they're on enviable task informing trump that they were about to hit publish on a report that said Vladimir Putin personally ordered an influence campaign to try to help him when he had great difficulty as does his team accepting the assertion that the Russians interfere general clapper when I asked him about it the other day he said that while he had been apprehensive beforehand the trump tower meeting was actually pretty cordial but I I do think the end result was reflected in the attempt to draft a press statement while we were still there in which they wanted to quote also saying that the Russian firms had no impact on the outcome of the election which we could not did not say we were chartered to assess that I ask clapper to revisit this now ancient history because it feels worth recalling just how poisoned the well between trump and the intelligence community was even before Donald Trump was sworn in as president trump because after that it got worse general clapper I was heartened by the fact that as I wrote a couple days later in the first place he was going to visit after the inauguration was CIA naive me I thought well perhaps my message got through to it of not so this is my first stop officially his first full day in office after weeks of marking intelligence officials the president's motorcade rolled out to CIA headquarters he told staffers there he was now with them quote a thousand percent maybe sometimes you haven't gotten the back in that you've wanted and you're gonna get so much back in either say please don't give us so much back so far so good but at some point standing in what the CIA consider sacred space before a wall of stories representing officers have died in the line of duty he started saying things that were provably untrue things like falsely inflating the size of the crowd at his inauguration we had a massive field of people use all packed this digression about his crowd size went on for a while ask a CIA official to name a low point in relations with this White House and this is one of two many will point to here's the other was a mess when busy undistinguished Mr president ladies and gentlemen Helsinki twenty eighteen the summit with Putin and the moment when all the bad blood between trump and his spy chiefs was to still to a single question from a P. reporter Jonathan lemaire just now president Putin denied having anything to do with the election your parents in twenty sixteen every U. S. intelligence agency has.
"couple days later" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Assistance to our country and then a couple days later say by the way can you help me with my campaign in other words each there's a sequencing their Montana's big snow storm is expected to taper off overnight meteorologist Allison change our reports the Big Sky state isn't the only place seeing snow this weekend record snow for some areas in fact Spokane Washington said they're all time snowiest month of September ever from the snow that fell off beat it wasn't as much as some of these other areas are seeing but again look at some of this current snow depth you're looking at twelve eighteen twenty four inches of snow Davis California had some weird weather this weekend as heavy hail fell shortly followed by a tornado Sunday morning a record September low recorded in Sacramento when temps dropped to forty five degrees I'm Evan handler see. no what's trending on W. B. A. B. and W. B. A. T. dot com Jeffrey from the James what auto part Denton W. B. A. P. twenty four seven news desk the murder trial of a white former Dallas police officer who shot and killed an unarmed black neighbor is scheduled to resume Monday on Saturday defense attorneys presented their case for about two hours the sixth day of the trial of amber Geiger in the deadly shooting last year of bottom John the jury heard again Saturday from a Texas ranger called by the defense for about five minutes Dallas attorney Barry Shirelles is analyzing the case for news eight indicating Saturday is relatively short day may mean the trial is nearly ready to go to the jury it probably means that the defense is going to rest on Monday the prosecution could present rebuttal witnesses are maybe not they could rest also three people are recovering after a fight ended in a shooting at a Dallas nightclub police tell news eight a fight broke out between a group of men early Sunday morning at escapade two thousand nine no arrests were reported Texas congressman bill heard says the government should be working to protect the whistle blower behind a complaint alleging president trump pressured the president of Ukraine to investigate former vice president Joe Biden's.
"couple days later" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Drop on Twitter hello see on sixty minutes I'm Alan Henning president trump is escalating his rebuke of the anonymous whistle blower at the center of the mounting Ukraine controversy saying he deserves to quote meet my accuser the president says house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff should be quote questioned at the highest level for fraud and treason and within the last hour trump warned that if Democrats succeed in removing him from office America will suffer a civil war like fracture from which the nation will never heal on CBS's sixty minutes house speaker Nancy Pelosi said president trump's call asking Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden was not the only reason the impeachment inquiry was launched as part of the sequencing of events as well he withdrawal couple hundred million dollars worth of assistance to a country and then a couple days later say by the way can you help me with my campaign in other words there's a sequencing their house minority leader Kevin McCarthy was also on sixty minutes saying Republicans are pushing back against the whistle blowers report for a reason the whistle blower wasn't on the call the IG inspector general did me the call for you when I have all the information we need the president did nothing in this phone call this impeachable well it was a busy night for sixty minutes Saudi Arabian crown prince Mohammed bin sol mon was on where he was asked about the murder of Washington post journalist Jamal Khashoggi who was killed and dismembered with a bone saw inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul Turkey this was a heinous crime can have those but I take full responsibility as a leader in Saudi Arabia especially since it was committed by individuals working for the Saudi government winter storm warnings remain in effect for parts of western Montana northern Idaho and northeast Washington snow also forecast for areas.
"couple days later" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast
"It's definitely activating that whole fire. Trying for the cancer risings is the whole financial work career sort of triad in the chart of second house finances. Sixth house were conservatives to others or sometimes employee's and ten thousand career overall life direction and vocation and sort of at the top of that is just that urine. His transit of stationing the last time. In your tent house and reflecting on some of the radical changes, and sometimes unexpected new directions that you've headed over the course of the past decade since two thousand eleven when you're in his first went into that sign, and you may have one last look back at how different years sort of life trajectory is now in two thousand eighteen at the end of that transit compared to where it began in two thousand eleven when you're in this first moved into areas, and I moved into your ten thousand career and with this clips to a few days later mercury goes into Aquarius in this goes into your eighth house. I think this is also going to keep the focus on not only like your money your positions. What you have. But the eighth houses other people's money shared resources taxes the government. So I do think with mercury going into eighth house where it's going to be the focus is on. You know, not only shared resources and stuff like that. The eighth house can also be anxieties fears big changes, dealing with death dealing with basically anything relatively bad. But as mercury goes through there a couple days later, we have the sun. Mercury conjunction going on in the eighth house. And that is basically a degree off from where the Mars retrograde was that happening eight degrees. And I think this is going to be clearing up a lot of that area that you might have had problems with over this past summer with Mars retrograde in there. So that conjunction of the sun and mercury so the sequences like the sun moves into Aquarius on the twentieth of January than mercury joins it and moves into Aquarius on the twenty fourth of January. And then finally, the two conjoined on the twenty ninth of January, and that that's a really good point that that's sort of the exact area of the chart and the exact degrees were Mars went retrograde last year, and for some people made might have caused some problems in terms of the general topic of other people's money or how the finances of other people relate to your own finances last summer with Mars, sometimes creating controversy or strife in that area of the chart. But now we have the sun and mercury forming that conjunction and kind of sweep. Up and cleaning up after the Mars transit and away that might be helpful or productive in aftermath of what was a pretty long like six month transit for a lot of people. Yeah. And I think it's going to bring a lot of inciting clarity. And also finding ways to connect the dots and bring things together. We're Mars kind of separated things and Aquarius is dealing with alienated in isolation and stuff like that the sun and mercury kind of like, okay. Well, let's find the pieces to connect again. Let's it's kind of like when you break something like if you broke this table and half, it's gonna look all agit jagged. When I got to connect them, just the right pieces together. I think that's what these don't break. No, I like that though because it's also like reestablishing communication or sometimes if there was a severing our separation or strife that occurred with respect to the eight thousand with respect to shared resources or other people's finances, sometimes reaching out and trying to reestablish communication in a way to smooth things over could be a great use of this transit towards the end of January when we have that conjunction taking place in the same degrees as the Mars retrograde as you said the ad definitely. Alright brilliant were there any other transits that we meant to talk about. I mean, it looks like we're towards the end of the month here. So that's pretty much it, right? Yeah. I mean, the biggest thing is I just really think for most cancer sons or risings for the most part. Yes, there's going to be really busy with work..
"couple days later" Discussed on Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto
"And then I'll just have them stack there for a couple of months, and it was like once I had them cut. I was like well the next couple days later. I was like, well, I mean, I could I could do this next little piece. And so I spent a couple of hours doing that thing. And then I just realized that over a week or so I had prepped all the material was like, well, I guess I could just go lay it down. I mean, that's that's the easy part. Turned wouldn't really that easy. It was funny though, because I wasn't really planning on doing it. It just kind of started it, and then it just kind of kept moving along. And now it's done. And now I walk in there every time I'm like there's got to be something else in this room that I have yet to do. That's looking like, no, no. It's it's done because it's. Undone. But it was actually I don't often get praised from professionals for my work, which is totally cool, whatever. But it was interesting to get had several comments from people who said like I do flooring professionally and you did a great job. And that was the end of the comment. I'm like, wow. That's that's quite a compliment. It wasn't like you did a great job except your house is gonna explode. Right. You know, or accept? We'll do it a doing a full like that is is complicated. Because so many opportunities to leave Nick or more or a miscount peace and use it. Absolutely perfect job. It seems oh it's not perfect. Not at all. But thank you. That's the beauty of YouTube and filming it looks perfect. Yeah. There was one spot like head once I had the pattern lay down I had to cut off the outside the edges that stuck out. And then go back with a router in route a little micro bubble all the way around that cutline, all three sides and. I was pulling the router along it in..
"couple days later" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Couple days later i started are thought of him you son who will be yup you your eyes are basically holes like they are considered to be you gotta mouth you've got to nostrils and your eyes and your ears your faces full of holes my hip my right i mean and your eyes are actually hopes yeah he got an i've all in shit gets in there mike flynn was will stick to your eyeballs then you're right then you blank and your eyeball rolls back enough louis gets right in the back of your fucking brain and means of nice conversation than i dunno lewis who house like oh oh oh oh oh as nothing you can't do that health as whatever nice guy move about my day ago to work out on sunday or saturday and i get to the bottom earn intoning grow jesus man what's wrong i dunno i carry open my feel i'm she just tired on yeah that's what it is or the large cream in coughed in my face and had birdflu what you've been sick i was taxing you and i wasn't getting responses and you were kind of quiet and the humor wasn't landing i sent you a picture of a guy with a mask on and a two out with plenty task to a woman's ad hoc shedding forty and his chase you bribery to boost the these park yes he did which i have a full israeli prime forget post the party bus if you could just do me a favor and take your dick putting the new dory there and then slammed the door for not post partisan be great is i'm sorry here's the skin of votes this guy with like a gasmask on and it's a to connect is fat girl the ass and she's farting into the to gets stung as this decide discipline as loud.
"couple days later" Discussed on WJR 760
"My second booking and win win gaby gifford was was shot in tucson and what 2011 and couple days later the president obama went down for memorial service and said we we have to have a new level of seville civility and politics and i thought good for you mr president then ten months nut ten months eight months later and labor day here in downtown detroit jimmy hoffa was talking about republicans and said we gotta takeout these s obese you you remember that and and and president obama was speaking right after him the and didn't chastise him and i said whether they're goes through civility in politics it's up to me in my life this is the most divided this country's been and other people that are older meets is i you you're a old enough in the '60s but is is it worse than it's ever been in in your in your perspective so i actually wrote my e about in late on monday and it was right before you at great in your book actually era if a little later but i remember talking about it and we have gone through period of time in the history of this country that air is a breakdown but you her me in my life i'm like you i think the worst whatever it ban but if we give up we don't keep working make it different if people in the community keep elected grassrootslevel don't pay to whoever air electing republican or democrat okay you will have start working together we need to get our broken road checks we need to get our british x we need to make sure that if a child has cancer at that i can't get treatment i'm worried about my cap epi and shipped over eight we gotta work together can make sure where dry in america prop on an grafted do it at the ballot act with the voters wreck in people who were granted fay enough edna and.