35 Burst results for "Couple Of Hours Ago"

Joy Reid Promotes False Story About Ohio Patients Overdosing on Ivermectin

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | 3 months ago

Joy Reid Promotes False Story About Ohio Patients Overdosing on Ivermectin

"They're falling apart. People are taking horse space diver Mactan Jim overflowing ODS everywhere. Oh, Diz! ALS all over the place. Everyone. Oh, ding! Oh, my God. I took horse piece They Oklahoma hospitals. It's so much so the Rolling Stone story so much so horse Pacers in Oklahoma. That they're not even taking gunshot wounds anymore. Jim, You believe that you walk in You're like I've been shot. What happened? Nine millimeters and chest the bucket to make it hold on. We got a horse paste. Er, there's our Sir Horse Pacer. Come on over a gunshot guy bleeding. I'm collapsed Lung. We'll get to you in a couple hours. Go back home. Take an aspirin. Call me in the morning. Horse Pacers. Come on. So joy Reid is so stupid. She didn't even think to have someone call the hospital. About the horse Basters overdosing Joyce. Too dumb. So Joy, of course, brought the story on her shelf for the umpteenth 1000 time getting completely humiliated because she doesn't follow the Bongino rule. What's the Bongino rule? Anytime you see a stupid story about coronavirus or Donald Trump? It's probably a lie. Wait 72 hours and it will be the bunk. If Joy would apply this rule. If joy would have went right to the police. None of this would have ever happened. She doesn't seem to get that joy. If she would just wait the 72 hours. This kind of stuff wouldn't happen, Jim Play cut. Six. Here's Joy Reid hilariously dolling out the misinformation as she repeats the horse space talks. Check this out, so things are clearly bad. But they're being made even worse by people who have refused to take the vaccine and instead are swallowing horse paste. Emergency room in one rural Oklahoma town is being overwhelmed by people overdosing on ivermectin, the horse deworming medication. It's gotten so bad that gunshot victims gunshot victims are having to wait to be treated. Yeah.

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Little Automation Tools in Python

Talk Python To Me

01:57 min | 4 months ago

Little Automation Tools in Python

"Rusty kim jae rivers. Welcome all of you to talk by tony. Thanks great to be here. Thanks thanks. Thanks a beer. It's really excellent to have you here to share this topic. A lot of times have people on the show like. Oh here's how we built instagram. Are we using this cool library to scale like the largest django deployment. Or here's how i built flask in our evolving it and something like that and data science and that's great but i think so many people out there listening like well. I'm not building those kinds of apps. I'm building something entirely different. I don't spend a little things. And i think actually that's where a lot of the magic is for everyone out there listening. You know we all have these things that are in our day to day and it's just like you know that is i. I'm not looking forward to that. But so many times a couple hours python or other codeine a little automation and then that becomes automatic and life is just you know it's so rewarding to do those little things. I am excited to share the ones. That i did. They're incredibly simple but there they just make me smile so much as i do them so really looking forward to doing that but before we get into the apps in the details. Let's maybe go around the youtube stream picture here and let you all quickly introduce yourself. Three of the four of you been on the show before bag. Just you know a quick instruction rusty okay. I gave my long introduction last time. Saw say that. I'm a reformed teacher. I've two years ago. I or maybe three years ago. I started coding. And then i had an opportunity to kind of become the data manager at my school district. So i'm trying to build a pathways between all the various services that we use and Keeping data clean. Because it's not like you had to leave the education space or the public school space. Just sorta transitioned into this world where you can take what you really into help. Everyone whether it was a great move for me. I was actually trying to learn how to teach coding to the kids. And that i really enjoyed it so so it was more than just the same time. Big data hit so it was

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Author Michael Bender on Interviewing Trump for His New Book

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

02:16 min | 5 months ago

Author Michael Bender on Interviewing Trump for His New Book

"Trump sit down with you? In an interview for this book? We, uh he is. The president brought me down tomorrow. Lago a couple of times. Was very, very integration with this time. The first time we spent a couple hours talking and then invited me to dinner on a terrorist there, where he regains every night with with its com members. Uh, nice and has he been complimentary about the book or has been critical of the book? Oh, he's he's singled my book out for attack. Actually, he's not pleased with some of the things that some of the information that's coming out. Uh but He knows very well that I talked to a lot of people around him. People who don't normally talk to reporters, and and that's why he's really singled me out and we'll say Is I've known him for years. Now he's always Complimented my hair, which is Really the Okay? The crux of our relationship, and I'm just thankful he hasn't disparaged my hairdo yet because then I know that things would really be, you know. Been broken between us. Right, like this is the basically you're talking the president about in this book that the president was the kind of a boss that pits people against each other, and there was a lot of that turmoil going on both in the campaign. And the White House. Why wasn't that successful? A lot of businesses do it that way, and it becomes successful. Well, there is a get a lot of the because the attention was turned away from the task at hand, which was, you know, for the president's top priority from day one of the White House. I mean they filed was re election, he filed paperwork on Inauguration Day in 2017 to run for re election. Get recovery him for all four years in the White House, and through the both campaigns, I got to tell you, I don't know. Who Also shared that as their top priority and my point here being that not only was there in fighting, but people have their own agenda as well for working for this president, and at the end of the day, he was not well served.

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Surviving the Holocaust

A Life's Story

02:21 min | 5 months ago

Surviving the Holocaust

"The train only stayed there for a couple hours and then the star to move further in moved another a no tree kilometers and it stopped. It was still nighttime and the gates mop in all hell broke loose. We hear dot is with their dog screaming. Raus raus schnell. And you hear people screaming all languages come out come out tomorrow it right now but leave all of your belonging where this don't you pick up any any of your belongings our children to deride a man to the left and i'm holding onto my sister goldie metal brother totally and they were just pulled away from me never to see again ben's little brother and little sister were sent directly to the gas chamber. They both went to the gas chambers. Of course. I didn't know that we didn't know where we are with busy. Nobody gas chambers. But i went with my uncle my cousin why because i think there i was fifty nine and a half years old. I could have gone with the children or with the adult. But i figured if you're an adult they'll put us to work in that'd be worth they gonna feed us better but i had no idea about dying or chilling or anything like bed and it was still dark embassy. Those chimneys flames shooting out of them but five chimneys in ashes are flying all over so the man in front of us were saying or does places must be places where they must be smelting. factories probably were. We will be working. Who knew who had no idea either. Know what those ashes were. The those ashes were our family. Our loved worlds the ashes sabre bernie.

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"couple hours ago" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

07:41 min | 5 months ago

"couple hours ago" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Think just a couple hours ago, Tokyo said. You know what their lives Oh, no fans, no fans in the stands. I know if you have tickets. Yeah, don't come. Sorry. So sorry Olympic organizers they decided late last month. Cap the Spectators at 10,000 per venue or 50% capacity whenever small, the government had recently been considering cutting to 5000, and then they just decided to cut it all the way down to what? Tom? Zero. So this is amazing up up in including last week, so literally, just a few days ago, they insisted they were going to be able to pull it off. They didn't know about the number, but they'd be able to pull this off. And now they're basically just throwing in the towel. Yeah. Now I heard on CBS. There are a lot of people internationally. I think it may be, uh, you know, with the Olympic Committee as well. That are they're really mad at Japan. They they think Japan is to blame for this that they should have gotten more behind the vaccination. I'd you know, uh, dispersal and all that that they could have handled this differently. I don't know. That may be true. But right now, I just feel Bad or sad or sorry for Tokyo. There's every year. It seems like whichever host City has the Olympics. They're always these stories. Oh, my God, they've lost. There's so much you know, in debt now, because of this, they got buildings they built. Now the Olympics are over. This is a case where they've gotten screwed twice, over. And now with no Spectators, they're going to lose a huge check their already millions, if not billions in the hole and because of no Spectators. All those sponsors that we're willing to help sponsored the Olympics in Tokyo. They one of the ways they get paid. Well, you can come to the events. Now they do the events. This is just like I just feel bad for Tokyo. Now. Maybe it was mismanaged and they should have canceled it from the get go all those things I can't really Critique from this far away, but I Yeah, It's like, Oh, my God, but and here's what I'm going to say This might be hypocritical. I think they should. I'm glad they're having it all those athletes the got cheated out of what last year, at least, if you're willing to take the risk of going to a foreign country, which does have rising rates right now, if you're willing to take that risk as an athlete. Then I'm glad the athletes at least have the venue even if they don't have the people in the stands because it'll get worldwide TV attention. Yes, yes, they why They thought they could do it. And then all of a sudden thought they couldn't do it. I don't know what number has come up or politically. Why do they feel? I guess it's a very orderly society over there, and everybody sort of follows along and I just assumed that they thought, you know what we can't give the type of protection that we need. 7 37 million people. They actually did very, very well. When this thing first broke in June of like last year, people like what's going on in Tokyo? Why is hardly anybody dying in Tokyo? They really seem to have this thing under control. People wearing masks during the social distancing all that sort of stuff. They had some testing in place, but I guess now at this pay, they just feel it's too much of a risk. They would hate to probably on the world stage to be able to. Yeah, have people come back and say, Oh, it's a super spreader. It's gone somewhere else because of this and that, and they just decided just all in all stop. So now the athletes run and they compete, and there's no one in the stands. Even the parents of the athletes right down Nobody. Yeah, I'm assuming that that's the case. They'll have to watch everything on TV. Now most of the Olympics is a television event around the world. I mean, there are very few people that literally get to go to the Olympics, so I'm not sure that it'll it'll be that noticeable to the fans to us that the The Spectators that watch it on TV. It's going to be not that dissimilar experience except for the eeriness. But we've already experienced that the eeriness of watching, you know, games or whatever, without cheering fans, But I think over the last year we've gotten used to that. It's just It's just sort of a bad idea, by the way, Um, Tokyo. It's just this is just referring to the events in Tokyo. But they have come out now with their apparently four cities or counties around the area that also have events and they're also deciding to restrict things. So there may be as they mentioned, for instance, can you really, if you have a long distance run If you have the marathon or something, they can't prevent people from standing on the street where the the parade route is, at least at this point. They're just asking, requesting that fans do not. Um, you know, do that. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, there are some outdoor events again. We have. In fact, you know what to be a parent of for these kids? No kids. These athletes do you start this kid at the age of five. And then there it is, all the Saturdays all the Sundays every single weekend. Every single day. All the money, all that. Sacrifice and that you're leading up to that moment because you're never going to become famous from any of this, but to have your mom or dad, brother or sister there in the stands watching you. Well, it's swimming or track or field or any one of them. Um I don't know. Just you. That's always the moment the camera swings over where there they are. There is Andrew's parents couldn't be any happier that comes out of the pool or whatever the kids, but does incredible dive. Do you plan on watching Tom? Well, yes, I always do. Now. The question for me is more is an appointment viewing and that I don't know, I to tell you the truth, To be honest, it depends on what's going on that week. Oh, I mean, I mean, I know you don't even have a t V. So my hunch is any kind of, you know, awareness you'll have was just whatever people scroll about. Oh, we know that women gymnastics one for the 17th time in the road, But I tell you we used to watch. Remember watching swimming because that's something you can understand. It's like, okay, this is the This is the Yeah, I am. Right, Butterfly back, Butterfly, blessed black free whatever it was, And it was like the Americans expected to win in this. You know, when it was what's his name of the guy? That one all the things before? Helps? Yeah. Fl Mark Spitz depends on how far back you want to go. Phelps, Right? And like this is his event and like, and the underwater camera. You're like any tags him out, you know to hundreds of a second. That kind of stuff, right? Um Or here comes Dave Waddle. Dave Waddle. Right? That's the classic. I told my son Roller watch. Here comes Dave Waddle. He was the guy that had the hat on, I guess was the two mile or whatever That race was. Remember that Tom Member Dave Water was the American that wore the white hat. Yes. Okay. He wasn't What do you What was the guy that, uh, Fosbury flop? The guy who flopped. I mean, you know who jumped the the win over backwards? Yeah. Anyway, I can see his face. That too. Ended improvement. Is the guy before? Yes. No, no, no, Listen, I love here's what I love about the Olympics. I love the randomness of the events. I don't even know that these are sports and you suddenly see like in the Winter Olympics. Wow, There's a sport where you ski a lot. Then you takes target practice and then you get on your skis. It's like what a crazy idea for a You know, for a sport to the randomness of every four years suddenly being introduced to a world that has absolute, you know, the deadliest kind of competition is like, Oh, my God, They're so into it, and I'm oblivious to it. And you know 99.9% of the time, but I really can get into it. I found myself picking favorites rooting for the underdog. Yeah, I love the idea. The design of the Olympics. Yeah, It's always funny because every four years somebody becomes an expert on something they know nothing about like, Yeah, She really should have had her. Hands. Should have been just a little bit more tucked.

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North Miami Beach Building Deemed Unsafe, Evacuations Ordered

BBC World Service

01:01 min | 5 months ago

North Miami Beach Building Deemed Unsafe, Evacuations Ordered

"Undergoing an audit of all high rise buildings over 40 years old after a building in Surfside collapsed. 22 people are confirmed dead 128 are missing. NPR's Liz Baker reports. Residents of the 156 unit Crest Few Towers condo were given just a couple hours to evacuate their North Miami Beach home. On Friday afternoon, officials received an engineering inspection report did it January of this year. That deemed the building structurally and electrically unsafe with the Surfside tragedy. Fresh on everyone's minds and a tropical storm on the way, city manager Arthur sorry the third called the Evacuation the right thing to do out of an abundance of caution. The report focused falling concrete. And we know that's a buzzword these days. So when we saw that in the report, we knew we had an impact immediately. Residents will not be able to return to the building until the kind of association can prove the building is structurally sound. Liz Baker. NPR NEWS Miami BEACH, Hurricane Elsa may reach Florida by Tuesday morning but is expected to weaken to a tropical storm. By

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Korda Ends U.S. LPGA Major Drought at Women's PGA Championship

GOLF.com Podcast

01:50 min | 5 months ago

Korda Ends U.S. LPGA Major Drought at Women's PGA Championship

"With the lpga. To nelly korda. Victory at the kpmg women's pga championship. She is a major champion now. Twenty two years old and it feels like late right. Like people are people reacting as if she's off the schneide now it's like she's twenty. Well i think we need to take a step back here really. I just establish the scene. We've got like the backup standard-bearers walking down the eighth playoff hole here at. Tpc river highlands. The men's side of the game has gone mental here I'm in hawaii right now. Sean so it's two pm was hoping to really get out for a nice afternoon. I'll i'll let everyone else play the world's tiniest violins for me but This playoffs been going on for a couple hours before that. We actually had a pretty fun. Exciting day of golf. In the women's game nelly korda through down made to massive eagles In the final round and basically used one of those in particular to turn a one shot lead into a four shot lead slam the door On lifezette sallis. And yeah i mean. Just take the final step into superstardom in the women's game. It's it's big. I mean she's world number-one. She's the first american major winner since two thousand eighteen. She's the first american world number one since two thousand fourteen So yeah i mean. It's hard to overstate like just how much this means. It's funny to think that at twenty two. It felt like manon surprise when a major yet but here we are congrats to nelly. No real reason to think this shouldn't be the first of many.

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Alternate Helmets Approved by NFL for Use With Throwback Uniforms in 2022

Eddie and Rocky

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Alternate Helmets Approved by NFL for Use With Throwback Uniforms in 2022

"The NFL? It's alternate. Helmet thing. There's a uniform what has gone, So it's just got unveiled about our just released a couple hours ago. NFL reviewed on Thursday the teams will be able to where alternate color helmets In 2022. Okay, Teams will be able to use either alternate color helmets. Um, a throwback or color rush uniforms. They've had this color rush uniforms from I don't even I know what it is. But the famous ones are like this. The Si ox where they're all neon green neon green.

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Big Tech Critic Lina Khan to Lead the Federal Trade Commission

The Vergecast

01:47 min | 6 months ago

Big Tech Critic Lina Khan to Lead the Federal Trade Commission

"Start with lena. Cohen who is appointed confirmed the federal trade commission. That's a big deal. It's a really big deal. So this week. She finally received a floor vote. It was a bipartisan vote. Republicans and democrats not going to say all republicans but enough to get a confirmed voted for her and that was early in the morning about eleven thirtyish and then a couple hours later i was watching this hearing on smart home. Check in competition and amy klobuchar friend of the pod. She leaked g basically scooped. Everyone that lena was going to be the chairwoman. Fdic and lead the agency a mad scramble to be like what you say right. It was like chima speak and all of a sudden reuters is reporting. This is confirmed and everyone was like. Oh dang okay cool so. She took her oath of office. On tuesday believe and she is currently leading the. That's amazing. so lena somebody also a friend of the bug. She's been on the verge before probably listeners. Quickly she was a law student. Columbia have really influential lottery. Paper about amazon called amazon's trust paradox. remarkable for a law students. Love your article three. That influential chee ended up advising agencies advising the fcc than she was on david sicily's antitrust subcommittee wrote a lot of the investigation than was nominated for that. And now she's the chair at the otc like she's in charge of overseeing mergers acquisitions of making sure the markets are competitive just a real rocket ship of her career from law school to leading the and she's not been shy about how she perceives the power of these big

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Rapid Changes in Slow-Growing Ecosystems

In Defense of Plants Podcast

02:09 min | 6 months ago

Rapid Changes in Slow-Growing Ecosystems

"All right. Dr brian bouma. Thank you so much. For coming on the podcast. It's an honor to have you here. But first let's start off by telling everyone a little bit about who you are and what it is. You do short. So i am a plan to disturbance ecologist in particular so i studied things like Communities respond to disturbances like fires in wind and in particular how the edges of those things respond so my interest is in climate adaptation in one important aspect of that is the migration movement of species in response to climate change and things like disturbances and worming ends disasters. Give opportunity for that. So i tend to seek out areas of recent wildfires or windstorms or landslides and then look at how. The community is responding changing right on. Yeah i mean. Unfortunately you read the news. There's no shortage of that and a lot of ways but it also gives you know colleges like yourself a lot of opportunities to understand these dynamics but what brought you to this in the first place i mean. Were you always a plant person or do you just enjoy ecology and understanding the distribution of species. You know where did this all start for you. I was always in exploration person. I always liked wandering around in the woods. I grew up in the northwest northeast. Seattle couple hours north of seattle and spent most of my childhood wandering around the woods. Nice i always found it interesting to figure out what's wearing why maps always fascinated me and so it was a natural jump distributions of species being out in the wilderness in thinking. Well why is a species here and why is it not over there and it's a it's a natural jump into where things are geography and then my interest in forests Because i grew up in biggles forest led me to actually to disturbances because forests are fairly slow. Fairly slow moving on human time scales in many ways. It may respects up until they're not until you have his disturbed and so those quick sort of catalysts for change became an interesting target of investigation because a lot of stuff happens in a very short period of time even in a forest which has trees thousand

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Report Finds Los Angeles Police Mishandled George Floyd Protests

Morning Edition

01:15 min | 9 months ago

Report Finds Los Angeles Police Mishandled George Floyd Protests

"Thea L. A Police department mishandled the protests and unrest that followed the killing of George Floyd last spring. That's the finding of a detailed and very critical report commissioned by the L. A City Council among the LAPD shortcomings, a lack of training, poor communication and minimal coordination that led to a fragmented response to the protests with more Here's KCRW's Matt Gillam. This review was spearheaded by a group of former Police Department commanders led by attorney Gerald Chaleff, who's looked at the LAPD's mishandling of past unrest. They found problems in the response at all levels from on the ground officers to top brass. According to the report. Many police only received a couple hours of training on using less lethal munitions, which seriously injured several demonstrators planning for mass arrests was minimal and led to people being detained for hours on end and police higher ups issued contradictory orders. Report also said so called Shadow teams of undercover officers were sent into the crowds together information but had insufficient means of relating their Intel back to authorities. Any of these problems have been called out in the past. Nearly two dozen recommendations for improvements are in the report, including regular audits to ensure the department is complying with settlements. LAPD is working on its own analysis of the response at a third review from the L. A Police commission is also in

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Report Finds Los Angeles PD Mishandled George Floyd Protests

All Things Considered

01:12 min | 9 months ago

Report Finds Los Angeles PD Mishandled George Floyd Protests

"LAPD mishandled the protests and unrest after George George Floyd was killed last spring. That's the finding of a detailed report commissioned by the L. A City Council. Among the shortcomings, a lack of training, poor communication and minimal coordination led to the LAPD is fragmented. Response. KCRW smacked. Gillom has a closer look. This review was spearheaded by a group of former Police Department commanders led by attorney Gerald Chaleff, who's looked at the LAPD's mishandling of past unrest. They found problems in the response at all levels from on the ground officers to top brass. According to the report. Many police only received a couple hours of training on using less lethal munitions, which seriously injured several demonstrators. Planning for mass arrests was minimal and led to people being detained for hours on end and police higher ups issued contradictory orders. The report also said so called shadow teams of undercover officers were sent into the crowds together information but had insufficient means of relating their Intel back to authorities. Many of these problems have been called out in the past nearly two dozen recommendations for improvements on the report, including regular audits to ensure the department is complying with settlements. This case here, please. Matt Dillon reporting, the LAPD released a statement saying they'll respond once they've had an opportunity to review the

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Interview With Shane Balkowitsch

Photography Radio

06:02 min | 9 months ago

Interview With Shane Balkowitsch

"Well hello everyone and welcome to another podcast from frames magazine my name is scott olsen and today we are going old school and we are going deep into a really really wonderful type of photography. That's not practice very much anymore and really frankly when you see it. It's going to knock your socks off. We're talking with shane belkevich. Shane happens to live just a couple hours. West of me out here on the great plains of north america up north dakota chain that afternoon. How's everything out in the middle part of the state. good scott. thanks for having me on. We've got a little snow last night. Which was a very welcomed. Got a little snow over here. It's cold it's january is imagine about winner on the american that should be asked should be. You're absolutely right shane. You are just absolutely mesmerizing with the work. You're doing you do wet plate colin on photography. You do when one of the earliest styles of photography and admit you know. When i first heard about it i thought why in the world would anyone want to go through that amount of work for an image that i can do in my mirrorless. Dsl are very quickly. And then i realized how wrong. I was can't do that image and i certainly can't come up with a product that you've come up with so first question for people that that are familiar with the process. What is wet plate photography. What is the whole call it on process. Yeah so a wet plate clothing. Photography's invented by frederick scott archer in. He started working on about eighteen. Forty eight we believe in eighteen fifty one. He came out with a journal article in a scientific journal and presented it to the world. So what we're doing. I'm sure many of your listeners. Know about daguerreotype process which was invented by the declare. The frenchman About ten years. Before what plaguing frederick scott archer wanted to improve on that and This is what he came up with and the final product. And what your comment about why. You can't capture wet played in a modern a digital camera. Is that this is completely analog and the final images the images that i make. I an amber typist. That means i make my photographs on glass specifically for me black glass and these images are made out a pure silver on glass. And what's about silver silver does not degrade so these images that i have Have made over the last eight years of made a three eight hundred of them all by ten most most eight by ten black last amber types of they'll be here thousand years from now broken which which is not something you can save for princeton pigments in paintings and other things like that so the these are very archival images and i. it's just a very very romantic process. i was never photographer before. A two thousand twelve took my first exposure on october. Fourth never owned a camera. And i just find myself chasing this this historic process. It is really really interesting and we need to tell people that there is a movie out. There is called belkevich b. a. l. k. o. w. i t. s. c. h. on video. It's on amazon. Prime it is a documentary about you and your work and folks. You need to go there. You need to watch this film if you are in the any kind of photography. You need to do this but shane one of the things. That really intrigued me. Watching the film is that most of us that are in the photography files were making digital files. Or you know. We're coming up even if we're still dealing with old thirty five millimeter film or that kind of stuff Medium format film. You know we come up with a negative but then you know actual print is a temporary thing. You much more like a sculptor are making an object's this glass plate and it's not revisable you can't go back and tweak the highlights you can't go back and ask grain if you want. What is the appeal of making that object versus a kind of idea. We have to understand most web play. Cloudy and artists There was one here in bismarck. North dakota orlando scott gough. When he he was known for capturing the first ever photograph of sitting. Bull here bismarck. In the in this process that i practice and i i happen to capture ernie lapointe the great grandson. The city hundred thirty five years later in the same town in the same process but goth would have made a negative like you had said he would make a glass of so instead of putting his images onto black glass which you cannot contact with. He would have used clear glass. Clear glass as you insinuated. You can make multiple copies and you can enter. The final product in that scenario is a print. Because you want to be able to sell you know apprentice shayna print scott where wants to print you can make as many prints of these want is your business and it. Did you know good to have a one off plate because you and you know when you're talking about eighteen fifty one is no way of duplicate and they didn't have scanners and we couldn't do anything like that so you know. I think there's something very special about the the fact that these images are one offs and they can never be duplicated in they can never be replicated. When i make one of these images. I've for instance. I've dropped an image once and tried to go five minutes later. Ten minutes later tried to make this image with the same sitter the same camera. The same lenses saint chemistry. And i can never get back to that so if you look at this romantically. I'm not actually taking snapshots people actually making ten second movies. I'm still life movies. Because my exposures in my natural studio that i built here in bismarck. It's called nostalgic glassware plate studio the first one in in the country bill of the ground up and over a hundred years. I'm making ten second exposure. So there's heartbeats and there's blood flowing through the person there's a couple. Maybe a blinker to and what. I really love about this is. Maybe there's a thought so. I'm capturing thought on that piece of glass pure silver. That'll be here on.

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‘Slow And Steady’ Storm Could Drop Up To 4 to 8 Inches Of Snow In Boston Area

WBZ Afternoon News

00:51 sec | 10 months ago

‘Slow And Steady’ Storm Could Drop Up To 4 to 8 Inches Of Snow In Boston Area

"Is that it's not just going to be a couple hours and then it's done. This storm is sticking around for quite some time. We've got a winter weather advisory up until seven o'clock tomorrow night. So we got this snow coming down in waves tonight. It's going to be a few waves of this. And if you're right by the coast, there is a chance to you could see some flip asleep and freezing rain mixing and especially their again South Coast, South shore, Cape and islands. So just be sure to keep in mind that the snow could be certainly heavier, more wet and harder to remove. Everything should start to move out tomorrow later in the day, afternoon, early evening hours all thing Sudden down. We'll see about 4 to 8 inches from most of the greater Boston area. Certainly a little bit less if you're right along the coast closet or four inches or so because of all that makes that makes its way in weekend actually looking pretty okay Morning flurries on Saturday with the high in the mid thirties Sunny on Sunday with a high near 32 live

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"couple hours ago" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:47 min | 10 months ago

"couple hours ago" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Buyer cell deadening the balls or basically restoring them back to what they were is a necessary moved from Major league baseball. Yeah, I'll buy it, but by not as necessary as the commissioner decided he wants to golf more and leaving the sport in the less incompetent hands, so it Has the opportunity to be destroyed by his lack of successful stewardship. Higher, so little work and the home run totals to be noticeably different this season. I think they mean by baseball eyes, so I'm not sure to tell the truth, but they're telling the truth. I think so. That was a really, really interesting show and If you were listening a couple hours ago, you know that I talked about my my very dear friend. Tres paler who passed away a couple days ago. And that was not Ah. Not an easy thing to talk about. And I don't love Don't love get that emotional publicly on the radio. I'm embarrassed by it. Just just not No, those grief is usually pretty private. And you know the way to honor somebody to talk about. I'm not toe not to be unable to talk about him, but It felt good. It felt good to so many people have have written just incredible things. And and I haven't listened to half of the guys told me that Jim Rome spent a huge chunk of his show yesterday. Talk about Torres, which you know another reason. Jim is just such a good dude. And that was the impact that dress had on people. I mean, incredible guy, and I loved him. And, um, I'm obviously heartbroken and I'm pretty freaking angry and pretty pissed off and all of you have lost folks between at me Now I feel you Now I get it. And I'm sorry. And thank you for all the love and the treasures family. Ebony, his fiancee, and also a good good friend of mine. Love You guys thinking of you and Torres a miss you pal, And you were one of the kind and I'm very lucky. That That.

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Who is the international community?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:01 min | 10 months ago

Who is the international community?

"Myanmar's progress towards democracy. During the two thousand and ten with nobel peace laureate aung sang suu as de facto head of government was widely understood as a good news. Story this week myanmar's military. The top madore decided that the democratic experiment had proceeded far enough claiming fraud in the most recent they threw a coup. D'etat seized power. Back and returned san suu now. Tarnished as an accessory to the tottenham does own recent accesses to detention the international community has responded predictably and in famous correctly demanding respect for the election results the restoration of constitutional order and so forth. Also this week. Us president joe biden in his first speech on foreign policy since taking office declared that america was ready willing and able to resume its traditional self awarded role as lead of that international community. But at this point what actually is the international community who decides what it thinks and are there really any penalties for defying or ignoring it. This is the foreign desk. But you're now seeing two sets of institutions governing although it's questionable how much actual authority the people without guns have to force their parliamentary decisions. At this point. The burmese military should relinquish power. They have seized release the advocates and activists and officials they have detained suspected. Criticism from western countries has relatively little direct. But it's not that they don't care at all it's noteworthy that they've gone to just extraordinary lengths to create alibis covers for the coup the very few occasions when you say that sanctions all the threat of sanctions hadn't affect i think would be the ending of the apartheid period south africa but they require cooperation and agreement among any state that has major economic relations with a particular state that is really under threat of sanctions. So that's pretty rare frontier. Hello and welcome to the foreign desk. I'm andrew muller joined first of all by amen taunt a reporter based in yang-gon well first of all let's try and make sense of what has been occurring this week. How did the first hours of the coup ataur unfold as you experienced it. Was there a heightened military presence in the streets was a news broadcast social media alerts. How do they establish power. It's not like they lack practice this by now. Sure so the first couple hours were extremely chaotic. One was quite sure what was happening. Although most people had figured out that there was a coup so basically most people woke up on monday not being able to use their phones so there are some cards. Weren't giving them service. There was some rewards that depending on which company you are with. You have some level of service depending on where you are in the country. You had some notable service. But for me i couldn't call out and i didn't have any mobile data. Luckily i have wifi at home. Which is not true for a lot of people but yeah in the first few hours in django that weren't really military much of a military presence as far as i understand. Although in the days leading up to the coup there were some quite frightening pictures of tanks in yanko near military installations and what has gone. Felt like since how much of what was already passing for normal life i guess given the pandemic but how much is the feel of the city changed since the coup d'etat. Everyday's a little bit different. So the first day i went out to the markets just alexi what i could over here talk to people because you know people were getting online and a first a couple hours. Not everyone knew. The markets were busier than normal. There were more men. The normal people seem like they were ignoring the one person per household rule a lot more than they were. Previously people are largely ignoring the rules at this point in the pandemic here. But yeah like you just saw a lot of groups of people as opposed to the person who cooks which is generally a woman here but a couple hours in so maybe around nine. Ten people started panic buying especially rice. A lot of rice shops ran out of rice quite early in the morning. You know they generally never run out that bryce they usually are quite. we'll start but by the evenings. The supply chain was flowing again and had sort of compensated and the streets emptied out after a while but there was a while where people were trying to rush the banks. All the banks shut the atm set down. And then people try to. The gold shops and the gold shops started shutting down this

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"couple hours ago" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:10 min | 11 months ago

"couple hours ago" Discussed on WTOP

"Prescriptions, terms and conditions apply not available in all states. See CBs dot com slash Rx Rewards or Pharmacy for details. Married to Pompa Wtp traffic Storm Team four's Lauren rickets, some of us seeing some snowflakes this morning. Oh, yes, we're seeing of you out there right now, and they're skating right across the D. C area. It's so funny because we had a beautiful sunrise and you could see the clouds to the north when we actually had some of that snow falling a Maryland this morning a couple hours ago, And now those clouds right over D C and they're pretty thick. Just check some of the cameras. If you're with us from Fredericksburg, you're seeing crystal clear blue skies, But these snow flurries and light snow showers or Floating down from the north and pushing to the South and east so they may clip you Fredericksburg in areas to the salve into southern Maryland. Not gonna be much, though. Could white in the ground a little bit the grassy areas, But that's it. Well more sunshine this afternoon. Once we get these little snow showers out of here, it's going to be windy. Today, that's gonna be the main story gust up to 35 Miles an hour, with temperatures only in the thirties Windchills. Teens and twenties, which is where they are right now, when settled down after about six o'clock tonight. Sky's go clear overnight is temperatures fall into the teens and twenties and then tomorrow we're looking at a calm day. Temperatures around 40 will have some sunshine. Lighter winds Monday Tuesday, likely weather alert Monday morning looks dry, but through the middle part of Monday We'll start to see some rain pushing in here from the South and west little transition to some snow for freezing rain and sleet across the area through a good portion of Monday before transitions back to rain Monday night into Tuesday's temperatures rise, We'll have some rain on Tuesday could end is a period of snow we could on Monday how some snow accumulation before it starts to transition, so Monday Tuesday, some treacherous travel a few snow showers on Wednesday and then we're looking for a storm on Thursday. Low confidence on this. Somebody just sent me stuff for social media on Thursday, pushing out 2030 inches of snow. I don't believe that, but we'll continue watching. Everybody knows how winners in here in D. C. Go. Just hold your horses. Let's get through Monday Tuesday and then we'll watch Thursday. But right now I have no confidence on Thursday. Our windshield right now 20 in Washington..

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"couple hours ago" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

06:38 min | 11 months ago

"couple hours ago" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"A Ray Bradbury. Short story in the sun only comes out like once a year. I can't wait to get out there. I was out sort of like reviewing my notes a couple hours ago, and it was fabulous cold, but it was wonderful. I urge you to get out and about today and enjoy that. I feel so happy, so privileged to be able to talk with you and wish you a very happy new year. We're going to make it a happy new year. You and I, everybody, thank you so much for being a part of the show and giving me a corner of your weekend. All these years. I am very humble for that. I've enjoyed every one of our little a little fireside meetings on. They have been so enriching for me. I I think we learned so much from good conversation and we get I think so. Little of it. You know, nowadays during the week on, this is one of those places an oasis where we could all meet. It's not a political show. Although I do talk about politics, and I guess I'm sort of getting close to that border today. But I think we're talking about today. Reconciliation we're talking about Awareness is of what it means to be an American citizen that how much rending Congar Oh, on before we realized that we have fundamentally altered the fabric. Ah, and then all the woe and the arms going up in the air things. We need to look at each other fresh and we need to have leaders who are going to enhance us our sense of citizenship and brotherhood and sisterhood across this country. There has to be a lot more respect. Paid to the regular American citizens. So you know when we take stock of what we have in life, how much money we've got in the bank, the Rays that I just had I just got a different position at work. I'm getting a new car and buying a Tesla to Oh, I love the pick up on that. You know 0 to 80 in about five seconds or I'm going to the Caribbean having a great vacation. Whatever we think about these things all the time. Our assets. What do we have? We basically equate ourselves you know with those we very rarely, I think in my conversations that I have very rarely is The idea that I'm so darn lucky to be a citizen of the United States. Very rarely sort of put in that side of the ledger. And I think it needs to be and not in a selfish sense. But it's a springboard to make us More giving more inclusive, more accessible. To our fellow Americans. You know, one day Sometimes I go out and believe me. I'm not an angel. I'm not a saint, but sometimes I go out there. You know, I haven't really done anything for anybody in a while. I'd love to be able to do something for someone. And I remember a few weeks ago, there was someone who had an accident and so like car was sort of like hung up on a at a near section kind of like a dangerous sort of area where you could veer off Washington Avenue. And but not not stated, but near the stadium, Washington off a branch off and she was sort of hung up right in the middle of it, and I passed that I was going someplace I came around. And I part and when I eventually did was I was able to push her car where the whole back end of the car wasn't in Washington Avenue. That That wasn't anything that wasn't much. But I was so happy. Nothing felt like all that the hero thing to do or whatever. No, nothing for from it, But I really didn't do much all I could do. I couldn't really push the car, so I used my own card. Pushers, but at least enough Where she would be safe and wouldn't have to be outside in the cold because you don't wanna be in a car in a situation like that, obviously. But I just I took advantage of the opportunity to be able to help somebody because I've been through so many situations in my life here and overseas. Where somebody helped me when I really needed it, So that kind of pay back we hear about in the media all the time, but it's true. It's true and sometimes I'll say, you know, it's been a long time since I did something for someone. I can't wait to have the opportunity again. And I guess that for me this show is what I'm able to do on a regular basis. Let's let's get back to it. We're talking about the age of Enlightenment exhibition at the DEA. It ends tomorrow and I apologize. Everybody I should have covered this weeks ago. But for those of you who are going to go to Detroit, see this, It's guests of honor from the U Z to lose. Jonas $12 portrait of Americans in the age of Enlightenment. There's a lot of supplementary material from the DEA is permanent exhibition. Paint and drawings and prints. Other sculpture. Um Azzam foil for these absolutely wonderful to terra cotta portrait. By who Don't um Sultan of George Washington and Benjamin Franklin. Absolutely wonderful. You've seen copies of these your whole life in books, thievy and documentaries or whatever. Now is your opportunity to be able to go to the DEA and to see them, go to DEA dot org's see if you can make it appointment. To be able to go there tomorrow because it closes after tomorrow. This exhibition It's absolutely wonderful. I thought I would sort of use that kind of like is my entree into talking about some other American orc and I'm gonna go now We're gonna go to warmer climes. Well, somewhat, although it was pretty frigid there the other day Washington D C. One of my favorite museums of the world, as you know, the National Gallery of Art, and I'm just gonna pick a few works of art there that I've always I've always liked. One of them is the Washington family by Edward Savage. Edward Savage. His years of 17 61 to 18 17. He made the most iconic image of George Washington in and his family. In the 18th century. So many copies were made through the 19th century, Uh, that you'll you'll see them and you look at them think it's a little bit different from the one I saw at the National Gallery or it's a little bit different. From the rare prince that every now and then come up for auction where you could buy in galleries and various and like Chicago or New York or Boston or elsewhere that were actually done around 17 96 when the painting was completed. About 1800. It's very difficult to find a really good example of this in grading by of the engraving of the painting based on Edward Savages..

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"couple hours ago" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:10 min | 11 months ago

"couple hours ago" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Hi. You were just in here a couple hours ago, right? Yeah, That was me. Did I leave my wallet again? I always leave it there. No, no, no, no. I'm just calling because I wanted you to be aware that while you're at check out one of our bag, boys said there was a bit of a situation that happened. Okay. What do you mean? I'm thistles really embarrassing to say, But he says that he saw How do I say this? He saw your breasts. What? Yeah. What do you What are you talking about? You just told me that you were their way. I'm wearing a workout tank with a sports bar underneath. So there's no way he saw my boot. No way. I don't know what he's talking about. Hold on, Please. Just close. Please let me finish because he told me that while he was bagging your groceries, you were on your phone. Scrolling through some of your pictures. And that's when he glanced over and saw a picture of your boobs. Oh, my God, I'm just calling now is a courtesy to you Courtesy to tell me what does a little pervy bag boy saw my boots on my home and okay, wait. And how do you know they were my boobs? Well, your face was there too. How do you know that? We're just going off of what? The bag boy said to us, And he's a very honest kid. Whoa. Okay. Well, were you looking at my phone to with this pervy boy? Or what did you assume in on your shopper cameras onto my phone? Like, how would you know that? We don't do anything like that, But he did mention it to me. And since I'm the manager here, I had to go talk with HR. What I am talking about. So here's the bad news. Okay, Kara, because he's only 15 State law mandates that police investigate this because he's a minor and nudity was involved. So I'm just letting you know officers will be interviewing you in the next 24 hours. Okay, God because he felt like freaking boobs. On my fault. Okay, So now you're admitting that they were your boots, and you were intentionally trying to lure him to look at them. I.

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Nearly 790,000 people filed for jobless benefits during holiday week

Bloomberg Surveillance

02:45 min | 1 year ago

Nearly 790,000 people filed for jobless benefits during holiday week

"Talking about the weekly jobless claims number. This has been a key really economic data point. In terms of giving us a check on where we are, and they are out 787,000 weekly jobless for the week ending December 26 that's coming in better than forecast economists we surveyed at Bloomberg. We're looking for a number of 835,000, and it is below The previous week, which was before 803,000. If I look at continuing claims that's also important benchmark toe. Look out here. 5.2 million that, too. Eyes better than the forecast of 5.37 million. So again US initial jobless claims falling to 787,000 last week, and if I take a look at futures, Matt I mean, listen, the market's pretty quiet here. But look at that number for me. When you get that bigger perspective, you go back a few months. You see how bad it Woz and the concern here is that as we continue to shut down parts of the economy, whether we go back to those numbers, we saw it last spring, and that's why we watch These weekly jobless claims so so much to see whether or not we're going to see that kind of build that we saw Matt last spring. Well, I mean, it's still an unbelievable number one week 785,000 Americans filed for jobless benefits and let's keep in mind. This is a week where extended jobless benefits are going toe laughs because the president waited just a couple hours too long. To sign that bill and more than five million people need those continuing claims. Those are also people who would love to have $2000 stimulus checks, but Mitch McConnell right now is holding that up. And I think it's bears repeating that Lindsey Graham has urged. Well, first of all, the president himself said Holding that up is a death wish for Republicans. And now Lindsey Graham has come out. On Fox urging Mitch McConnell to put those to put that up for a stand alone vote. Those $2000 checks so we could still see that change. It'll be great to get Kevin so really is take on that. But this is just You know, 5.2 million people need to figure out a way to put food on the table and pay the rent. And this is it doesn't seem like the time to really play political games with them, all right, But many would ask out. Where was the president and other Republicans over the summer as we were working, you know this package through our Where were we? Just a couple of weeks ago? When these numbers were being finalized? The Democrats certainly would have said Hey, listen, we're all in when it comes to $2000 so It is pretty upsetting to see that we're kind of seeing this debate continue when we could have probably in terms of policy makers figured it out just a few weeks ago. I want to throw out a number, though. Back in the spring layoffs as weekly jobless, we were up to 6.9 million as the economy shut down.

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Google services recovering after multiple hours of outages

Mark Blazor

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Google services recovering after multiple hours of outages

"Did you experience the brief outage that happened with the Google services like YouTube and Gmail, and there was a widespread outage. It was this morning. I guess 6:40 a.m. is when it reportedly started. Um I'm not even using any of that stuff that early. How long did it go on Josh? I mean, you said, you know, a couple hours and my my school My son school. Call me to tell me Because everything like how we communicate is uploaded through Google docks and that is that any right? So they call it 7 18 to say that that's down. And then by the time I got up, I tried to open a couple things that I couldn't so I would say. Two hours 2.5. So were you trying to open stuff up for his school? Or, like just stuff, just other stuff. Other personal email and stuff like that. And just not nothing on my phone like that work because I have an android that's tied him to everything Google. So you sign in everything I like. I have a Google log and that does everything. On my android for me, So, Yeah, it's it's back up. Everything's fine now, but it was a pain in the butt. I'm sure for a lot of people. So this morning when you attempted to get to what it was, you were trying to get to He just wouldn't load it just wouldn't load. Okay. That's just so you know, showing me whatever was there last night? It's just stuck Just stuck there. Yeah, okay. Yeah, I didn't even I didn't even notice because you know, within a couple of hours from this, they were saying it. The complaints started popping up around seven o'clock. Eastern time. And like you were saying bye like nine I was I was getting my email e. I used female and stuff but it Yeah, I wasn't really Wasn't really seeing a problem like that with it or whatever, but I guess it was no glitch. I immediately go to the Russian hack that suppose you know that's possibly part of our news cycle this morning. Don't know

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"couple hours ago" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"couple hours ago" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Government on this. I had a conversation a couple hours ago with vice president about this. We continue to learn more, and this continues to be fine tuned. This will be a work in progress. This is not something that we're set it and just gonna go. Um it's going to be continued to be fine Tune, But let me repeat what Um Main objectives are I think these are the same objectives we have is the federal government has, and I think it's the universal objectives. Wanted to save lives. To cover the most vulnerable people as quickly as we can people who are in a situation Where they're more likely to get it. And if they do get it More likely not to have good outcomes, the second used to slow the spread of the virus. Um in third objective. One more certainly. Is to make sure that our health care workers Um Those people who are on the front line, risking their lives. And those people who we rely on Not just for Um Help with covert patients, but with others that they're able to do their jobs and that we can do everything that we can to keep them safe. So is we look at the objectives were starting will be starting. We hope the middle of this month in Phase one A Um, priorities that we have sat or consistent. With the priorities that have been given by the CDC. And I want to go through these and just a general description or may certainly be different. Groups that have been left out, But I'm trying to give you all an understanding of how this is going to work. Um As we begin phase one of the vaccine distribution. We hope that is around December 15th. The following are the priorities. On bees, air priorities not in order. You're all the price all the priorities that we will be working to get vaccine out to just quickly as we can. Health care workers and personnel. Were involved in the care of Copan 19 patients. Read again health care workers and personnel who were involved care of covert 19 patients. The mouse responders. Second group. When we come to a Syriza's I'm going to read to you of different groups. If they really all come under this definition. That is that we will prioritize vulnerable individuals who lived together in close proximity. And those who care for them. Vulnerable individuals live together in close proximity and those who care for them. These are the ones that we have found. These are the ones who we have found to be the most vulnerable. This would include Residents and staff at nursing homes. Residents and staff and assisted living facilities. Patients and staff if state psychiatric Hospitals. People with intellectual disabilities nose with mental illness who live in group homes or centers and staff at those locations. Residents and staff at our two homes for Ohio veteran's So These would be examples of individuals who will be in group one, eh? Now we're still waiting for confirmation. Um Firm confirmation about What will be sent out in the month of December. S so we can give you what we believe These numbers are And I'll tell you what has been confirmed in what has not been confirmed with fellow governors make clear we will not know for sure what these numbers are. Until we were notified in that week. A few days before we get them, we will get a number. On. We will know that those those are in fact coming. It is our understanding again. This is subject to change subject to shipment. Um and we're just trying to provide a feeble Heil. The best information we can at this point is subject yourself to change. Um Visor on just honor about if this is approved if this is all approved We would anticipate around December 15th. There will be a shipment that comes it comes out. Um On that shipment. 9750 will go to our hospitals, hospitals. This will be the The vaccine is preposition. Um In that shipment. You have 80,725. And that will go to Walgreens and CVS to go to Congress care settings, Basically in that first phase, the nursing homes Um On December 22nd. Uh, we have confirmation of 201,000 from Madonna. Um, that will go to Hospitals, 98 hospitals and signed up 108 health departments. Hospitals will obviously work at Vaccinating those who are dealing with covert patients. Health departments will distribute this to people like PMS, they will Vaccinate people who are E. M s. Home health care workers, for example. Um And those there would be more examples, but those will go to a ZAY said the hospital's on health departments. Um On that same day, we have a tentative number. 10 of number for Fizer that we're seeking some confirmation on but that number Is 123,000. Numbers 123,000 December 22nd. Those you know, will continue to go then through Walgreens and CVS, and those will go directly. They will be vaccinating people in nursing homes and staff. Going to next date a few days later. It will be another 148. We believe coming from 5 440,000. On and 89 from Madonna. So that's what the month looks like again that the 2nd and 3rd shipment from Fizer has not been confirmed. We've got there was Ouch! Tentative, But there had not been is these two this moment, confirm? Let me now go to Dr Joe Castaldo, asking him to join us and really talk about vaccines. Why they're important to our work. To eradicate the virus. Usual. How health medical Director for infectious diseases Medical Director of Quality and Safety for Riverside Methodist Hospital,.

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Brees progressing, but more rib fractures found

CBS Sports Radio

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Brees progressing, but more rib fractures found

"This is this is a direct quote from Adam Schefter is tweet a couple hours ago, Quote. So altogether Saints QB Drew Brees suffered 11 rib fractures 11 8 on his left side. Three on his right parade. Warder one, yes. 11. How many ribs do you even have? I mean, seriously 11. Was that a new report or an old report to new report? But we knew the rib fractures before And here's the other thing, too. It wasn't just the rib fractures when it comes to Drew Brees, but collapsed. The lung, which I don't know what a collapsed lung actually is like, If I don't explain what a collapsed lung was to somebody a vid, you work in sports radio. Surely you understand what this collapse will is. No, I do not. It sounds horrible. It sounds horrific. I wouldn't wish it on anybody because I can't imagine that's fun. But to have 11 11 cracked ribs and a collapsed lung. It's

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Nasa SpaceX launch: Astronaut crew heads to orbit

NewsNation

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Nasa SpaceX launch: Astronaut crew heads to orbit

"The astronauts aboard the space X Resilience Crew dragon. Closer to the international space station. The crew successfully launched from the Kennedy Space Station just a couple hours ago and are expected to land at the S S tomorrow night,

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"couple hours ago" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"couple hours ago" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Chicago's police. The police deputy chief has apparently committed suicide. This is just after he got a lucrative promotion in July. He's a 30 year veteran of the force. I don't know what it was personal problems at home or what the deal is. But we'll talk about that coming up before this hour is up. Couple hours ago. We talked with Senator Rand. Paul. We were doing something new, too. And people were asking. We did a Skype interview so well tonight. We've got to do. We've got to go into post on this thing. So we gotta we gotta post edit it. But sometime tonight or tomorrow morning, it will be up on YouTube or wherever unless YouTube sensors, it But a couple hours ago we were doing a Skype interview with Senator Rand. Paul went some my kiss. We've got Senator Rand. Paul is on Skype with us. And so we hope this this whole thing is gonna work. How are you, Senator? Very good, Phil. Thanks for having me. Hey, my pleasure. Several things we want to talk about First. Is this spending I saw you were parlaying the day and we'll get into all that In the moment, people parlaying instead of tweeting and you were talking about the gold price and the gold price is going up. And, of course, this massive spending that we're doing. When does this stop? And what kind of long term repercussions this have I hope it doesn't end with the end of our currency. I mean, but it could. I mean, that's what they were talking about in the article this morning that the price of gold is so high that people were so uncertain of the value of our currency. We basically borrowed $5 trillion in the last five months. We've never done this. This is a historic spending spring and I hate to tell you, but it was done under big government Republicans, particularly the Senate, and right now they're planning on spending another trillion. That's what they're starting with. Another trillion dollars. We don't have so all together. We're gonna have about $5 trillion deficit this year, and I'm just sick and tired of it. And that's why I got involved in many set these rays. I don't want another big government Republican. I don't know one another rubber stamp for the Republican leadership. Frankly, we need new people and people with guts and people who aren't afraid to vote for less spending unless that appear. And you and Manny Seth. You're both doctors and we see a lot of those. I mean, a lot of, you know, used to be. There were no doctors in Congress. And now we've got several and you had Corona virus early on to and you've gotten part of your lug. Long removed. Mind standing is from that attack from your neighbor. How did the Corona virus affect you? I mean, was it a tough was it was it tough on you? You know, I was like the vast majority of people who get this. The vast majority of people to get this are asymptomatic or Mobley symptom matter. And, you know, they make fun of the president for saying that most people get well from this. It is true. The vast majority if you look at under age 18 the mortality rates about one in a 1,000,000 Look at age 18 to 45. The mortality rates about 10 in 100,000 above that it increases But interestingly it is still pretty small. In the vast majority. Even people upto 65 years of age. It may well be between 95 99% of a very Mt case of this, So I'm not saying it's a benign disease. People do get sick and die from this, But your chances are good. We shouldn't live in fear forever. We should take normal precautions. We should assess. Risks. People who are older should take more precautions. But we shouldn't you know, cover the faces of our Children and say you're gonna have to live your whole life with the mask on. We shouldn't do that in the government definitely shouldn't mandate it. Which brings me to this whole thing with the hydroxide, Chlorine. Quinn and the doctor's the other day that have the press conference and they say they've treated patients successfully. You've got AH, Doctor rich at Yale. Who is just screaming at the top of his lungs. We have got to start using this because it saves lives. Now I know the jury's still out on it. But do we sense your folks like that and pull their videos down just because they have a different opinion? No, it's the opposite of science. It's the opposite of the scientific method have social media deciding what is acceptable and what's not acceptable during the middle of all this. When I recovered, I volunteered in local hospital in my town, and most of people were most doctors were using hydroxy Corcoran. Now the evidence is, I would say equivocal in studies with people were very sick when you give hydroxy core. Quinn didn't make much difference. But neither have most of the drugs even rendez severe, which is probably the best drug out there for very sick people on Lee had a small difference because people were very sick. Now they had another study that the was doing with people who were not yet in the hospital. Mildly affected her mildly symptomatic, and the study was just his continued the other day. But I think for political reasons, they said, only couldn't get enough people in the study, But the reason they can't get enough people in the study is you have people telling doctors you're not allowed to prescribe it. We will sort of persecute you as a physician if you prescribe it. The other thing is they hysterically like everything else. You know, it's gonna kill you, Hydroxy Quinn. The evidence is equivocal..

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"couple hours ago" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:46 min | 1 year ago

"couple hours ago" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Finally coming of the great American night Sunday night looking at the drudge report San Francisco curfew to be extended indefinitely urban warfare spreads America on them on the brink according to NBC news and Brian Williams LA Seattle Nashville Oklahoma City Salt Lake City Atlanta Chicago Detroit New York City D. C. filling the target stores been freed of all other LG flat screens by the righteous mob and more about thirty five forty cities violence erupting tonight near the White House and more I need perspective a great African American shell is a great black American that is Kevin Jackson of the blacks fear and Kevin Jackson the blacks beer tonight welcome again to the bill Cunningham shown Kevin how you doing I'm doing great all right talk to you well tonight all hills breaking loose and one thing I've noticed practically every city I mentioned have been controlled by Democrats anywhere from fifty to a hundred fifty years including Atlanta which is going back into the nineteen eighteen century by the time a Republican was increased control there and it looks to me as if this is gonna be on whatever involvement is of Minnesota police Minneapolis police what happened with George Floyd all that is in the background now it's a bunch of other issues can you give me from the black figures veers perspective Kevin Jackson how this plays out the rest of tonight after all in California is only about nine PM how's going to play out the next couple days McEvoy days it'll be just like you know by the playbook you know same thing that happened when the land okay steel got killed when Erica garner got killed when Michael brown got killed I mean you get people that are gonna profiteer and although raise pounds the Colin Capra Nick syllable on James of the speakers the you know of all the others that they come out going to active there they really give a crap the black man was killed by cops and don't misunderstand me you know look it did I don't know what the what's gonna come out about this with this is with respect to Giovanni dove into whatever his name is he's already lost his wife's divorce again exhausted job and you know what what else do you want to be done so this is more stripped back to the very same old paying the playbook of the left they hope that they can use this in some way shape or form to blame it on Donald Trump to blame it on gun toting Bible thumping conservatives and completely dismissed the narrative of what you just said that in every single one of these instances bill it is generally a democratic governor but democratic mayor in the big states that both Democrat governor stated Democrat mayor of the city a Democrat chief of police force superintendent of police and a Democrat police review board Democrats all across the board but they're gonna blame us well the earlier today a couple hours ago Keith Ellison the Attorney General Minnesota was put in charge by the governor the mayor Jacob fry looks like a student council president and this guy literally gave up the third precinct a Minneapolis police and said go ahead and take it over a map I million dollar facility they pulled out and his thinking was at the time was a Thursday or Friday night his thinking was well if we give them the precinct house that'll be sufficient that'll calm down and guess what the opposite took place Jacob fries no idea what he's doing and Keith Ellison earlier today Kevin Jackson he was on I think it was meet the press one of the shows he was talking my institutional racism and white supremacy and for the last I looked online has been about fifty years since anyone who is a Republican controlled minute Minneapolis or Minnesota politics is simply doesn't happen and so if there is a systemic racism somehow in the Minneapolis police department isn't mayor Jacob fry and other Democrats last fifty years responsible for hiring every police officer training every police officer disciplining every police officer and this officer Derek Jarman has had an eighteen other charges pending against them and so if there is institutional racism cave I would say to Keith Ellison how come you haven't fixed it how come you always dress right it's always been a Democrat Keith Ellison is on TV along whatever program he was talking about himself he thought about the governor who's a Democrat he's talking about flies you should look like a school boy this guy was so unprepared to be the the mayor of Minneapolis it's pathetic and it's coming in and letting the police precinct burned down his rationale was well we didn't want to risk any debts really that's a rationale so now the third precinct if you'd like to say because I heard the rest this call me says well we'll still be able to serve the public yeah nine one one police can operate from their homes to hiding from the Chinese want buyers what are you gonna do you know an old location of Minneapolis where cops need to be there and here's the problem build the long range impact that this has been done Michael brown wild all over fox news I said if I were caught why would I put myself in political harm's way and stop a black trailer from doing anything why then when I go into a black neighborhood and police the hardest because sadly high crime neighborhoods in the country what I do I wouldn't do it and so what they do what they're doing these races in their actions I've always been on the cards and I'm not saying this guy is not necessarily guilty of manslaughter looks guilty to me but they say that the underlying issues around this guy's death my to kill them all personally I think what they should be looking at is telling police once you've got those guys the persons to do get on their feet and get uncomfortable there is there are other things you can do but every time this happens are we going to be burning down cities and burning down businesses including the short answer yeah as long as Democrats are in control we will do this I yes me what's the fix president trump declaring antifa a terrorist group big time six one of the things that needed to happen under Obama the second thing is saying look we're not going to allow this type of lawlessness just because somebody does we don't care how the death news we're not gonna allow this lawlessness bill you would think that it is Washington was shot nobody knew the guy and then by the way I don't care who gets killed by the user but if we're going to have the National Guard to called out in thirty states because an obscure black man gets killed by cops lightly your Longley we we refer to for anarchy that's the only thing that we're gonna have anarchy Kevin Jackson one on The Washington Post website as of may twenty eighth of twenty twenty they began counting the first of January of twenty fifteen so this is fully five years plus in America U. S. police shootings there have been so far and in the last five years a plus about four months one thousand two hundred and fifty two blacks shot by police one thousand two hundred fifty two white Americans two thousand three hundred eighty five about twice as many you're twice as likely to be killed by a police officer if you're white and black now the argument as well you know the blacks are one six the population but in reality is far series the rest about the same number white folks or arrested as black folks by big city police departments and are twice as likely to be shot if you're white and black but that doesn't matter because it doesn't fit in it now the life of George Floyd should not have been snuffed away by officer Derek shaman something one of those offers you to said Derek don't do that he's he's completely under control later tonight on NBC I saw the video in which they try to get him in the backseat of a police car and he said he was claustrophobic I don't want to go and I don't want to go when they pulled him out through to the ground and the officer shopping got on him and for like ten minutes pressed up his face in his neck up against the pavement or know where to go and also the autopsy a preliminary came out he had underlying conditions there may have been the stimulative one type in the system but they also said the one of the one of the probative causes what was the need to the neck which should not have happened so but that'll play out it may take a year or two or three it'll play out and whatever happens happens to him his life is his life is over because indirectly or directly took the life of George Floyd the problem is this is being used by radical leftists antifa and others and this isn't by the end of laci P. urging these bricks through the windows this is by groups like and T. far and not when governor Tim Walz earlier tonight to Keith Allison you're in charge well yes there is institutional racism in Minneapolis the Democratic Party hired all those officers so how come they're so adroitly on TV Kevin Jackson saying don't blame us blame trump or blame somebody else when they're the ones in charge it is an easy thing to do because that's the narrative that transcended the top of the racist he's by default and gingerly the card is that tangentially tied to anything that now happens to have the race had put on it which ones are gonna let him live that down and there are so many other factors when you talk about the feel restless guy gets called the station because this guy it's hard to pass the phone the twenty dollar bill most people even though why George Floyd with even with even accosted by the cops he was trying to pass a counterfeit twenty dollar bill so when the cops get there basically so what is the billing date you sitting in his car it on the car because they've got the twenty dollar bill and they're going to detain him and he does what bill he does what every person practically get shot by a cop or killed by cops ultimately does he resisted now the lesson should be don't resist but that's not the case now that the guy is died for whatever reason it's probably due to the underlying issues certainly more than it was because they've proven that he did not have a PO is negligent the broken or anything like that so now we've we've gone beyond it in the part of it that I think America is sick of it every time a black person is killed by a car we got a burst of belts our seniors build I'll ask you big audience very very large audience when they think about this do you think it's better than a white guy the guy killed when you're not having this conversation the answer is no if this is not a black guy killed by white cops we're not having this conversation we are not having governors issue curfews and.

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"couple hours ago" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"couple hours ago" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Schnitt show he should be here in about ten minutes he's making this again this chutney downstairs so hopefully she'll come up from the kitchen up to the third floor master bedroom broadcast studio emergency set up at about forty five minutes past the hour and she'll fill us in on the sandy wipes that we just got which are the best available which were on back order because they were under CDC control so the whole story on that about that nine minutes from now she's going to pop on a pair that gives me plenty of time to talk about foundry and what he revealed that the White House today by the way I just put out a picture of the two products of the surface white and then the hand wipe two different not supposed to use the service wipe on your body on your skin or hands strong stuff like that glue in the Winnebago what a good old boys in the blues brothers strong stuff I so we'll deal with that here in just a bit on that stand by let's play the audio of doctor file tree at the White House earlier today talking about the agency from which he is from and their analysis and what they found now regarding this ram that's severe Elizabeth Dr Fauci this was a couple hours ago earlier at the White House in the oval office which is the institute I direct sponsored called the adaptive cold virus disease treatment trial ACC T. one was started in February twenty first of this year and it was a randomized placebo controlled trial comparing the drug from disappear with a placebo it was highly powered with about a thousand ninety plus individuals so it is the first truly high powered randomized placebo controlled trial it was an international trial involving multiple sites not only in the United States but in various countries throughout the world including Germany Denmark Spain Greece the UK etcetera the.

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"couple hours ago" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"couple hours ago" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"They will have snaps they will have reached the breaking point I think I've already reached my breaking point a couple weeks ago and it kind of goes in waves it's kind of weird like that by I think I think I'm okay right now as of now a week from but I I think I'm I'm good for now John diving into our poll little more we get four choices and the vast majority have chosen that they already have reached their breaking point or that they will in a couple weeks yeah I think you said sixty percent when we talked a couple hours ago yeah yeah so over sixty percent said they already have there I've I've done my best to manage my expectations like I've already just resigned to the fact that there will be no fans of sporting events this year so I'm trying my best just keep pushing the goal posts back so that I can be pleasantly surprised when good news does happen so I think when I say I've hit my breaking point or I kind of hit that way if I have come to accept what is and I'm not really looking too much into the future of how it's going to change I'll let that come to me and come to us when that does happen so I think that's what I mean by I hit that point now I'm just a I've accepted it yeah I'm good I feel like it is what it is I can't control it I live with somebody that I love thank god I don't have kids running around acting like maniacs because already grown and out of the house it's good we are in a you an incredibly unique position meaning specifically us because not only are we still working and we're lucky enough to still be collecting checks which a lot of people aren't we're still coming in here every day like that and I think another thing you hit on something there John date we have someone at home it's not like we're alone at home all by right now you're managing that I'm single every day every every day that I have someone that I love at home and that's and I know that's not the same for everybody and that's going to be incredibly difficult you know will be quick to judge people that are alone and they need to see someone by you know having that social interaction that is real and I know that's a real need for some people couple attacks Matt from Sheboygan you're only locked down if you choose to be locked down keep the social distancing women store sanitized wash hands go about your business if you feel sick stay home keep away from people yes I need a darn hair cut but of people can relate to that another Texan at two six two my breaking point is today but that's beside the point it's not about individual once it's about well being of our fellow citizens we've got to listen to the science this is from the line to my wife's breaking point was yesterday ha ha ha ha ha I don't know what that means nice to her style is almost one hot too many he's like very sad now I was at the breaking point the day that the governor closed state parks my point is no longer broken I can wait for restaurants and can wait for movies although it would be nice if the baseball season would happen another tax I can make it to July after that I need to go to a brewery vacation or I will go insane August mid August if I can't go swimming by then and enjoy the hot weather by then I've already written off the fourth of July that's rhyme and mentally another text saying the fourth of July one more taxed my breaking point will be at the university's announce online schooling for the fall semester of twenty twenty which I find that text interesting John because I think a lot of people say my breaking point is when this thing will happen that really affects me so think about all the people that things are already affecting them and how they probably are he reached the breaking point it's four fifty seven at W. T. M. J. the.

"couple hours ago" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"couple hours ago" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Mentioned it or or George in a couple hours ago at least the exit of the the keys media USFL for time when after some names and made me want to watch because I'd like to kind of see Herschel Walker played I wanted to see Doug Flutie played I wanted to see Steve young play but then you better have some really deep pockets and like the AFL which what was it they they called it the the million orders loser club or whatever the you know they said that they did they call it whatever it was the it escapes me but it was you know the foolish man the fullest millionaire club when someone got to unless you have that kind of money and that kind of stamina you're not going to survive and again back then the last league to successfully make it the AFL which eventually merged you're also looking at them there were a lot of markets to put football in right there were what ten twelve teams whatever you had in it what now we've got thirty plus so that's a harder sell in where are you going to put teams where they're starving for football and it's just not it's just not out there I think it's very hard to make anything viable in less you go more to what you say which is a feeder league which is kind of different than what these other places have decided or tried to be that's a fair point you got thirty cities twenty three states in the NFL it's spread out in your Landry Jones point is a good one he reunites with Bob stoops his old college coach it seems like a great story line but that isn't going to capture the imagination of most people to nice little reunion but it's just that it's a fifteen second and in Dallas right in down right right in Dallas of all the ways it is think how hard it was for Dallas to get a franchise in the NFL to begin with right that was really a that was a you know it's a story in itself the Joe Horrigan book on the the the hundred year the NBA and the NFL is a fascinating read and it's it's not just the history the league it's told through more small anecdotal things in that our expanded into things you know we need real easy right sprout prominently about the AFL and how trying to get on the team in Dallas was such a struggle and how you know the the the Vikings the Minnesota market on the open market now those are intertwined because you know they they were never done not going if only switch the NFL and then they had to put a team in Oakland so it's all fascinating but it's just it's it is such a hard not to crack anymore in the biggest thing is just the expense you know it is so so expensive in your looking at millions and millions and millions of dollars and at some point you're like at what that it's a frivolous adventure at some point you know you're you're really you you really do have money to burn if that's what you're gonna do it no question is the whole risk reward the Chang and when the risk outweighs the reward it certainly has for some of these minor football league still to come the NCAA ruled they said spring sports athletes you're welcome back one more year of eligibility except for one big ten school that saying nope not on our campus we'll talk about that next on game night even if it's only for A. J..

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"couple hours ago" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"couple hours ago" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Local time here for everybody to come in all right at that point it should get really it should be really rock and at that point because it started I did see Dr Jill Biden here earlier this earlier in the evening couple hours ago she without the here talking to some of the media giving a couple of interviews but yeah we're just wait and see right now hang in just wait and see what's going to be a fun fun fun night thank you for joining us that is we appreciate the preview anytime thank you Anna and by the way you have a lovely city at the morning after we think so too thank you we're glad you're here thank you Tony J. powers from fox news radio I met a woman in a parking lot today over by the Olmsted center that's the by now I was hoping of engineers got a credential people and get things set up and choose from California she's a little cold here she looked like a little kid ready to go out and play in the snow she was like so dressed up hot lunch right now kind of zero back to our discussion about Iowa as first in the nation we have Jeff Angelo from WH a radio and we also have the former Iowa Democratic Party chair with us Michael Kieran and talking a little bit more we touched on it briefly but it is Iowa maybe I'll start with you Jeff is is Iowa in danger of losing truly in danger of losing that status yeah the into I would say it is amplify appointed Michael made earlier which he talked about take a look at how many of the top Democrats really don't like I Clinton is a person that really doesn't like Iowa and there's several with blue angel Democrats are really don't like this campaign process they do hit us on our lack of diversity that becomes a bigger and bigger issue every single year and also as Michael's pointing out a lot of people don't understand the caucus process make the argument that it's outmoded and there for you I think that it's more in danger than ever I do wonder going forward how many more first in the nation caucuses will be having yeah I don't I you thought possible the troll history no you from being state party chair and being on the rules and bylaws committee none of their they've been making a run a take it or this that the Iowa caucuses for years and I haven't done it that's the point what I've tried okay don't ever for yourself and and and why you're resting safely here there's been people such as myself and not just myself I'm talking hundreds of people that have worked over years in private meetings you never heard about that have come close to losing our caucus is there they are in danger and you have to think about the economic benefit you know the great thing for Iowa with the caucuses is that if you're look at the federal economic benefit if there's someone in Congress where there's a bill that comes up and says well this benefits I will buy axe well if you're South Dakota they probably wouldn't vote for it but here that freshman Congress member you may have a thought in the back you had well maybe I'll be what is at sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue seven days so maybe I just will vote against some prior maybe I'll vote for yeah browse each the implications over good yeah so no I I I'm a person you know that no we're we've been in jeopardy the what we're saying they who is they who who can take it away well there's a B. and C. is the democratic Natalie can charge of yeah yeah the you could absolutely take it away and and they have what they call the rules and bylaws committee and they could say well you know we want to move you to second or third well even moving as the second or third would blood just takes well the benefit the reason we have the biggest but if we do is that were first and work talk is process and the the reason that a lot of people like the caucus process is that you don't have to have the money you do in just a straight primary but we get in more that coming up Michael is there also a pressure this year especially after twenty sixteen the frustrations and with the Democratic Party Hillary Clinton's orders over the electoral college of the popular uses that also bow point more than normal pressure on this question yeah there is there's no doubt about it will look people going to say tonight so if there's a real there's a real level the tonight someone could have the popular vote and someone could win sit the delegate count and then what will happen is do you think the person that wins the popular votes gonna say they didn't win no they're going to say I won this process is screwed up air and if you're not involved in the caucus process war you're not in informed voter which presidential voters are typically the most uninformed correct that you're going to say well this just doesn't make any sense why did Hillary Clinton win the popular vote she's not the president I'd states I'm all about the popular vote system so I think it just it it it just adds a layer the challenge I understand why they did it because they don't want people tonight to say if it's too close to call well now we got a bunch of high jinks going on behind closed doors they're doing it for transparency but the danger is denied there could you get did clear two winners and the people could say well that doesn't make any sense at all how to have you have two winners and how DO someone wins the popular vote but doesn't win the state of Iowa isn't it in Britain where the people voted and then it's actually the the insiders who've been elected who choose the leader in America's different we get to choose who is the leader so why not caucuses were people who get together they can talk to their neighbors yeah they they can compare notes and and why does it have to be cold in informal why do we want to go to a system why do some people want to go to a system where well it's going to be closed off I'm from Madison County I've been to London once with my work yeah but I'll just tell you this that that I don't think people can wrap their heads around it in America they feel like it's your right to vote in your vote stance and if you have the majority vote majority vote when's and also I think our society culturally once quicker and easier undergrad in the caucus process is it's it's a long process that involves work and I think it's a great process but we want instant gratification yeah we want primary results boom yes you really think I mean I mean the so many people are so excited about going to caucuses I mean they're they're finding babysitters and they can't wait to go to the caucuses this is Wells an event this is on a personal level this is becoming part of it not watching it happen I've grown up my whole life around it and I can assure you that we have two kids and for the caucuses are the least device used the other house so I've been out think about anything to get out with those dirty diapers but what I am there's more that coming up who will continue you are listening to live coverage of the twenty twenty Iowa caucus on I heart radio from the W. 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"couple hours ago" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"couple hours ago" Discussed on KGO 810

"A couple hours ago president trump was asked about you and he said I don't know one well I have not spoken to him much this is not a man I know well is that true I it really depends on what you mean by no well we are not close friends know what we have a professional cordial working relationship and in that working relationship he knows who you are yes and he has spoken to you often what's often well you said at least twenty times okay if that's often then it's off and you donated a million dollars to his inaugural committee is that right I bought a V. V. I. P. ticket to the inauguration that's a lot of money isn't it it's a lot of money and after that the president makes you ambassador to the European Union eventually the ambassador Ukraine is removed and as you just told us in your deposition you become a central figure as it relates to Ukraine that's a pretty big responsibility right well I don't know that I said I was a central figure I was one of several people who were tasked to work on the Ukraine file and would you ever in that big responsibility take any actions that were not authorized by president trump well by president trump or the leadership of the state department were you ever hauled in to the leadership of the state department for any actions you were taken you have taken around your work on Ukraine now as to Rudy Giuliani on may twenty third the president told you talked to Rudy you talked to him a couple times you as you told us in September talk to the president a couple times to the president ever say to you stop talking to Ricky no did you ever say don't any longer doctor ready no on Ukraine you said that you were playing the hand you were dealt president trump was a dealer wasn't president trump was what the dealer and your metaphor you were playing the hand you're dealt the dealer is president trump is that right I'll I'll re characterize your question by saying we follow the direction of the president because that was the only pathway to working with you crane on page four of your testimony you said given what we know given what we knew at the time what we were asked to do did not appear to be wrong and you would agree now ambassador knowing what you know now what you did not know what the time there are some things around Ukraine that were wrong I agree so let's take out any leveraging of security assistance over the Ukrainians and a White House visit would you agree that it is wrong for the president of the United States to ask.

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"couple hours ago" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

08:30 min | 2 years ago

"couple hours ago" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"On the call you heard it right here on extra sports thirteen hundred McAuley okay it's capping off a very strong weekend hitting a late jumper to give the now gets a win in Minnesota they win also on Friday against the Sixers both games basically ended by Nicole yo kids shots for the weekend Nicole you okay H. scores a total of forty six points over two games sixteen rebounds thirteen assess couple blocks and a plus sixteen rating that is his numbers from the two games he I'll place you on B. in every facet I even though he is out scored by Karl Anthony towns the ends up getting the last laugh against the amber wolves in fact Nicole you okay H. for sure well in bead and Karl Anthony towns combined to shoot four of seventeen from the field I said on Friday that I hope that the Sixers match up in the match up with then beat it would bring some fire out of Nicole you okay to looks like he's been sleep walking through the first seven games of the season and even though he downplayed it during the week I think you can't come to any other conclusion then the Coley okay each wanted to make a statement or maybe it's just that good could be either one I'd like to think it is him looking at the match up with unbeaten in towns two guys that are his peers and still many people especially on the east coast believe that Joe well and beat is superior to Nicole you okay age to see him play the way he did beat pounds and am beat on both ends of the floor and win the games with his shooting I think it's just a banner weekend for Nicole you okay H. and with those two wins the Denver Nuggets don't look now is way too early but the nuggets are tied for the best record in the National Basketball Association but great weekend of from Nikolay okay now to the Broncos in story number two our whole focus is trying to get the four and six as much as bad as that sounds trying to win the game we play this week how that whether that includes doesn't include drove down the road you know remains to be seen Vic Fangio a couple hours ago starting off the week for the preparations for the Vikings true walk will be at practice tomorrow and the clock will begin three weeks is what the Broncos have to decide whether they're going to activate him or not and to the first point I think that it's I think you activate him with the idea that you're a plane I I know they could activate him and make him the back up I just you know what that all entails you know the way that Broncos fans are going to be I think if they activate him they're planning on playing but again they don't have to activate him which is kind of the second part of this the Denver Broncos right now because of how much of a miss March the A. F. C. is R. as many games back in the loss column of the second pick in the draft as they are the AFC west lead think about that big about where they're at they're two games back of the red skins I think it's actually game and a half but to back in the loss column from Washington who currently holds the second pick in the NFL draft they are also two games back in the loss column of the Kansas City Chiefs who even though they lost yesterday to the Tennessee Titans are still at the top of the A. F. C. west and if Brandon Allen can pull a rabbit out of a hat and beat the Vikings team that we just watched last night completely make Ezekiel L. A. a non entity and won a game in Dallas in prime time if Brandon Allen can beat that team then it would just be another we go alone I don't know you know things are kind of going well but the important thing is juror lock the clock has started on him and at least he's gonna be seen out at practice but it does bring up and and I would appreciate your honesty on this subject their ads close to the AFC west as the second pick be honest one which one would you rather then get at this point seeing the ravens and the patriots and how good those two teams are would you rather they pursued they may fall short of either they may end up getting the fifth pick and they might end up finishing second in the AFC west of missing the playoffs but which one do you want the Broncos to pursue a little bit more in the playoffs or a high draft pick which could get you potentially there to or Jo bro now to store number three and how to to to television what's that on the call Kael Makar has been named one of the NHL's three stars this week for what he has been able to do he had three goals to assess and a game winning goal six total points three goals three sit I read that right is in small print three goals three assists six total points one game winning goal and he is the NHL's third star of the week and partially because many of you can't watch the ads on a regular basis part of it being that were so consumed with the injuries that they have at the moment dad caramel car just silently goes about his business and is averaging eight point per game in his NHL career he has been as advertise for the Colorado Avalanche as they have started to put things together at least in that one game against Nashville and we'll see they are in Winnipeg for their next game but cal makars NHL's third star the week five two two nine eight seven two that's five two two acts T. R. A. your thoughts on the three stories that are driving the show coming up next a certain Broncos offense of linemen would be wise to heed the words.

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KTOK

08:02 min | 2 years ago

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"Now. a couple hours ago hour and a half ago I announced that thanks to you over four million dollars and counting will be donated to the tunnel to towers foundation from the stand up for Betsy Ross campaign. we were at three million today we announced the addition of another million dollars. just on the basis of the sale of stand up for Betsy Ross T. shirts we started off with a white tee shirt and we added a royal blue variant to the line up. and today we're going to announce a couple of new variants a couple of new additions. before I show them to you I want to give you some facts and figures about this because the way this is have to scale up has been a phenomenal thing to be part of and to and to watch. this effort by itself this effort alone has created one hundred jobs in America. our vendor. who actually sources and then prints the shirts for us. for the most part has shelved all of his other business in order to meet the demand of the stand up for Betsy Ross campaign not totally shocked at all but it's had to bring on new people new equipment. skews me and just pretty much running around the clock in order to meet the fulfillment demands that we have the shirts are all source they are all printed and finished by this company in Pennsylvania they are then transported to Florida to be fulfilled personally by us we don't farm out the fulfillment we have a direct relationship with everyone of you who purchases anything at the E. I. B. store they are sent on to you by members of our team going big and not going home so what this is is Americans helping Americans and we could not be more proud no we've had request since this began. you wouldn't believe we get hate mail what about the cap Gemini dot aboard budget Rosen again Hey what about the key chain we've heard from the cotton guys you brag about T. shirts what we found out there's no cotton and when you're going to have a cotton shirt you're forgetting about us we have had all come these are fun loving complaints don't misunderstand they're not they're not hate mail. we we've we've heard from the people living up north. eleven Florida sure knoll but the leaves are turning it's getting colder we need long sleeves I mean we are. we have what. what what did you say I did hear what you said. all okay so we have on that point is that people have been requesting specifics. I am it's been great it is minutes great it's on great version of market research but the point of it all is is that you're all into this and and the request that we're getting our they're just it's all fun folks it's it's been one of the most rewarding things to have been involved in and and knowing that a twenty seven dollar item. has become so popular that it has thrown off four million dollar stop and think of this is July the eight. and the title of towers but only with the I. and less Catherine called in today they are hearing about this for the first time we didn't call Frank Frank seller who founded it we thought we would just surprise we love surprising people. so we have put all of the requests and all of the demands. into our gigantic copper and we have sent the size the is and we have boiled down all these requests to two additions. to the line in the stand up for Betsy Ross and I want to show you the first one here or on the dental Kim you'll be able to see this at the store at Rush Limbaugh dot com just go there click on the store tab at Rush Limbaugh dot com and all of this will be explained women have been demanding a V. neck T. shirt. demanding it what about us you're forgetting that we don't forget anybody today my friends we have it and it is a long sleeve. V. neck stand up for Betsy Ross tee shirt. and caught okay. so here we go. now look at this. long sleeve let me let me emphasize the neck just to show you the V. neck here sister about you can say I don't know if you're seeing it clearly but it is a definite V. neck tee shirt. so that's that. there's one more in royal blue. for the people is said you live in Florida where we are the leaves are turning it's getting colder take a look feast your eyes on this sweat shirt. long sleeve this. folks I have to take the fabric on this T. shirt I have to brag about it again this is unlike anything you're gonna find at this price point anywhere this is the stand up for Betsy Ross long sleeve sweatshirt timed perfectly for the arrival of fall which happened about four days ago right let me hold it up here. there you go so all of this you can see and it's available now we're not like apple where we show it to him and say you have to wait two weeks it's available now that we've been getting a lot of the stock we've been doing logistics we've been categorizing and cataloging it getting it ready to go out so all you have to do is go to Rush Limbaugh dot com and click on the store tab. and no we're not through adding things we're constantly going through the river when we do this fox we've got to be able to meet the demand that we target and forecast here so that we're not even drowned out by inventory and so far the logistics of this has been magical. it really has been one of the most rewarding things to be part of it it just sort of spontaneously. came to life on July fourth as an idea and then it it it. actually began to live on July eighth four days later. so one hundred new jobs have been created in the United States we've had some PA rush these T. shirts we're toward these things right right. everything about the shirts the things that matter about the shirts is one hundred percent American folks it would be nothing else you don't even have to concern yourself with that bottom line the standard for Betsy Ross campaign is alive and well demand is. showing no signs of ending and we're trying to match requests as best we can for style and size color and so forth so these are the two editions a V. neck long sleeve T. shirt for women. and one of the greatest looking sweat shirts long sleeve light weight but warm as it can be sweat shirts that you have ever seen and they are both available now Rush Limbaugh dot com and click on the store let me take a brief time out to give a break here between this will come back and resume the issue is portion of the program right after this are you thinking about joining Russian twenty four seven if you become a member that's when you can watch the program on the.

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Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"couple hours ago" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"O. D. Y. M. A. C. M. A. N. because I haven't checked in twenty minutes I've been busy I only a decent compilation of tweets today I got one that I could put on top but it's not the best mac Daddy ever had that's for damn sure so you've got some that did you want to get into the mix you got a sports opinion you got an inside you got a funny line or whatever it is tweet off to me and do it now before the end of the show Jody back man J. O. D. Y. M. A. C. M. A. and and you could be that in fact we did today I speak in a Twitter props to the president of the United States Donald Trump did tweet out one couple hours ago it'll slow on the uptake the game was well all right the time the president got around to tweeting but he did tweet Audi congradulations to the women's championship team he kept it short sweet simple to the point and well done congratulations to the U. S. women's soccer team on winning the World Cup great and exciting play America is proud of you all good for the president because there's been some back and forth social media action between he and a couple players on the team generally I don't like to mix my politics my sports I prefer not to do that there's a it's almost like temporary separation of church and state just one sports is yes I do make my livelihood in it but it's supposed to be relaxing it's supposed to be getting away from the worries of the world it is supposed to sit back relax and enjoy people are really good at playing games and yes from time to time politicians to decide to drag sports into their stances from time to time sports participants and athletes decide to drag their political views down to the social media platform yes both sides stop how did you inspect the politics players stick to play at the two don't necessarily need call mingle because when they do all the all together too often it's contentious that one side done like the idea of data and then you got to choose sides and you don't want to choose it just reports you got to choose sides to begin with is the woods we got a report on the field of play then you got it to the side on Twitter afterwards all I can't believe that that person to ada I can always add parts in a tweet that now does just stick to the facts and I give a nod of the head to the president Donald Trump who congratulated the U. S. women's soccer team on winning the World Cup which is exactly what he should have done and he did so well way to go Mr trump all right I'm gonna ask John Ole and Craig to hang in there I'll get you guys when we come back phones open the rest of the way I've only got one segment laughed I take you to the top of the hour to take your calls at eight five five two one.

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"couple hours ago" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"couple hours ago" Discussed on KCRW

"News Hong Kong to talk more about what this extradition Bill might mean for the future. Hong Kong, citizens we turn to Nathan law. He was a student leader in the umbrella movement, who has been jailed for his activism. And he's founder of democracy, sto political party. In Hong Kong, welcome to the program. Hello. What are the implications of this extradition law? Why do you think this is sparks such outcry well, because the traditional imposed threats to of people like a Glick disciplines and repulses angel what? And so on the incidence of a cross Rawda kidnapping happened before can be legalized in normalized, and like me dissidents will be very about, oh, own personal safety. You're calling a kidnapping. But these are instances when the government, I guess, takes possession of people they consider criminal suspects. We have no independence China, no trial. So it is notorious that the government would use fabricated cases undoing with political dissidents, and so on. So we could easily become criminals if the Chinese communist party wanted to set us up. This is a smaller younger group compared to this. Weekend's protests. But there's also as we heard in the piece more conflict. Right protesters physically blocking access to the legislative council building, are you worried that these tactics could damage the support that you've had with a broad section of the public in Hong Kong? I think although though, was some provocative actions tools to police of all it was very peaceful demonstration so that I don't see whether the support from the Moscow will deteriorate. But I think what makes it back full, the government is the police brutality. He was way too much to use rubber bullets, the claim that was a riot, but no cost will burns. A no shopping windows will crashed. And it was a blood they seen just couple hours ago, so angry about how the police dealing with the protesters, the chief executive of Hong Kong Carrie Lam is elected by a small committee. That's. Stacked basically with Beijing sympathizers. So do you really think the protests can influence her decision? Crotone cone, basically handpicked by Beijing. Showed Shays responsible in and listen to Beijing's to function people. So we optimistic about she retreating the proposal but for us, Hong Kong people the mentality that we do what we do. Right. Is very important. We don't calculate much about a consequence do things that we think is necessary. And we have to do it. So I think now a little phone call people and not giving up. We still hang on to help them create enough pressure to the government and get them to show, the Bill, the after the umbrella movement. And now these protests, do you think it's becoming more and more difficult for people in Hong Kong to engage in activism is Beijing winning? Well, of course, the government is hunting down activists with this Justice depart land, and a police brutality. So for now it is a difficult time flats, but it is also a beautiful time. For people to show their bravery to show their love towards the city a show. I launched a commitment is one day, very determined to save the city. So I think Linda government is getting more reluctant getting more Hasha towards the atavism who it's wrong, the government postponed, the debate over the extradition, Bill. It appears a still want to go forward. What will you consider success with that will only be carry lamb retreating the proposal? So we are trying to head to the Russian. And I think people were killing me. That's activist Nathan law. In Hong Kong. Thank.

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