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"croup" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Restriction of gas supplies EU commission president Ursula von der leyen made the announcement today. This road map, it is a joint purchase, big step forward. It is the rules for sharing gas so the solidarity agreements and the rules that have to be followed in case of a severe disruption. There has been no decision on whether to declare a cap on the price that the EU is prepared to pay for gas. British lawmakers are working to find a replacement for prime minister Liz truss, who announced her resignation yesterday and PR's Frank length had reported some of the leading candidates include key figures from her cabinet, as well as former rivals for leadership of the Conservative Party. I think the person to watch right now is definitely Rishi sunak. He's at the top, and he came in second over the summer, lost the Liz truss. He is the former Chancellor of the exchequer and that's important because the major problem that this country right now faces is economic and fiscal. And he has that background. And his original budget was a much more fiscally conservative budget. That's NPR's Frank Langford reporting from London. You're listening to NPR news in Washington. And this is WNYC in New York at 6 32. Good morning, I'm Carrie Nolan. On the roads this morning, you can expect congestion on the westbound LIE and the Jackie Robinson Parkway in Queens. There's also traffic on the northbound BQE in Brooklyn, and on the subways, the MTA is reporting no delays. New York City council's staffers are pushing back on a mandatory return to office policy legislative staffers got word from council speaker Adrian Adams last month that their hybrid work model would wrap up at the end of October. Now the association of legislative employees union is demanding the council keep the hybrid work model in place and it wants to bargain over the change in upcoming contract negotiations. Daniel croup is the union's president. Why? What does it need that management doesn't feel like are being met right now by having this type of flexibility that we've been operating in under for two and a half years? A spokesperson for the council says they believe working in the office full-time will help the staff serve the city better. Well, the Yankees find themselves looking up from inside a pretty big hole this morning they fell to the Houston Astros three to two last night in game two of the ALCS. They now trail zero to two in the best of 7 playoff series, game three is tomorrow night
"croup" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The same time the city is grappling with record COVID cases fueled by the omicron variant I talked to the new mayor this week and asked about the challenges he's facing this year Well you know it's so true There are many challenges And I like to believe every day or every year as a mayor of New York is like dog years you know It's just a complete change a mindset But it doesn't feel differently for me I have been doing what I'm doing for over 35 years You know I took the train when I was to stay senator Barbara president I responded to calls of services I met with community groups I definitely crises from the day of being a rookie police officer And this is just a natural transition for me to continue serving the city They're no surprises for me I've been throughout this entire city Let me turn to one thing that's on so many people's minds in New York And that is the school system You said we need to keep the school system open It's actually safer for the children to be in school than otherwise Can you give us a read particularly on how many teachers could show up Because some teachers say they have to stay home because their kids And that's understandable And let's keep in mind that we may have an increased number now but every day you have employees who have to stay home for a variety of reasons It could be that they're sick They have to stay with their children So for so many reasons We adjust That's what New York is about This is a complicated city that deals with many crises not one at a time but several at a different time And how do we show the entire country that New York's response And so I'm excited about what we did People didn't even realize We can live it 1.5 million masks to every school in this public school system so that when teachers and principals walk into the school they had the tools and one 25 million test kits I'm sorry They had them there ready for the children immediately that was stainless coordination with the DOE the police department my team and we're going to continue to ship and pivot based on how cold we continue to shift and that's what we're supposed to do as a city I think that a lot of people don't appreciate how big the New York City school system is It's over the last time I checked a million students It's just huge much larger than any other school system in the country You mentioned the 1.5 million tests That's quite a feat At the same time I've seen estimates and say that'll get you through about a week or so What do you do after that How do you get more tests When can you get them Well think about this Let's be smart without resources Why not use the test strategically when you need them How we using them A child is diagnosed with COVID in a classroom We give that entire classroom to take home test kids so their parents can test them So we can determine if we should close down the school or just a classroom or what we should do with that particular area What has happened in the past you had one diagnosis We want to close the entire school That just makes no sense Instead of using our resources mister teaching fashion the science has shown just because one child has COVID in the classroom It doesn't mean the entire school or the classroom is infected We're going to be smarter and we're going to pivot and most importantly we're going to defeat COVID Marriage gives us a sense about what the strategy here is because I can envision two different strategies One is let's try to slow down or stop the spread of this disease Another is we have to manage through it As a practical matter as do we as New Yorkers have to get used to the idea we all may get this I can not have said it better So here's a strategy that the way I look at in a way my kids Department of Health and mental hygiene and others and educating Take my hat off to UFC president Michael mo guru and all of these great educators These are real heroes on the front line But we need to realize we can't live our lives through COVID Every variant comes out We can't spend enough the $11 trillion We expect $11 trillion on COVID We have to figure out how do we live with COVID Let's be smart social distancing Washing our hands wearing our masks When it's needed to do mandates for certain reasons let's adjust and do so and then we come back around But this is the new reality that we must face our city and school system must open We must continue to focus We can't use lose two more years of education for our children it's hurting them socially academically and it also impacts on families And I am straight ahead that this city is going to function We're going to be safe and we're going to stay open Mary Adams you mentioned where you need to have mandates You have to go that direction Tell us about mandates for boosters for city employees I've heard you say you're thinking about it You're not quite there yet Do you have a sense of when you'll have a decision on that But looking around April we're going to do an analysis of how COVID is moving It's a movement target It's a formidable opponent but COVID doesn't realize that New York is a formidable opponent We're resilient We're going to do an analysis around April based on the Department of Health and mental hygiene and see if we want to mandate them But that does not take a way from my clear message to New York Get your booster shots get vaccinated do an analysis of the chart People think well okay I have my vaccine I won't get COVID Listen you may get COVID with the vaccine but one thing for sure you're less likely to die and be hospitalized if you are vaccinated and you have a booster shot at particularly for those with comorbidities and preexisting conditions And so the vaccine saved your family and saved you and it allows our city to open and on a faster pace So we're going to look at if we have to mandate it If we do we will do it But right now we're not there yet So migrants you mentioned that you have a crystal clear mesh on boosters You're also crystal clear the way I've heard you say it We need to keep going We can't shut the city down At the same time you've got some pretty big players in this city who are not going in that direction at the moment for good and sufficient reason You've got the big banks a lot of them say please stay home Don't call them to say are you talking to some of those businesses and urging them to change their mind and bring the people back I think that's so no question is so important we must get open And let me tell you why That accountant from a bank.
"croup" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Been taking these Huggies and whatever cash you got is publicist confirms that 58 year old cage and 27 year old wife RICO shibata are parents to be cage has two other kids from previous relationships No word yet on a due date I'm Scott Carr And I'm susannah Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom The hospitalization rate of COVID patients is on the rise again and the facilities are reporting more children are among those admitted with the illness The CDC is reporting that children under 5 who are too young to get the vaccine are being hospitalized at double the rate than a month ago in New York hospital admissions for that age group rose 8 fold in the last three weeks and many of the children in the hospital are also older eligible for the vaccine but still haven't gotten it yet Governor Kathy hoko announced changes to the rules for visitors at nursing homes the new rules were unveiled as part of the governor's COVID-19 briefing yesterday beginning Wednesday visitors will need to show proof of a negative COVID test within 24 hours of their visit and wear a surgical mask as opposed to a cloth one We're starting to see an increase in cases in our nursing homes as much as we've done to protect them As part of the requirement governor hoku said nursing homes will be providing enough test kits although it is preferred visitors take the test at home prior to visiting No jab no jobs Citigroup was the first major Wall Street bank to impose a strict COVID-19 vaccine mandate get a shot by January 14th or face getting fired That according to a message to staff seemed by Bloomberg Mobile sports betting has arrived in New York Bloomberg's Michael Barr reports New York's gaming commission says that four of the 9 mobile sports wagering operators selected in November have been approved to accept bad starting today The announcement affects Caesar's sportsbook DraftKings FanDuel and rush street interactive The gaming commission says the other 5 are in the process of meeting regulatory requirements State elected officials approved mobile sports betting in April and have estimated it could bring in up to $500 million in science revenue annually In New York Michael Barr Bloomberg radio Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm susannah Palmer This is Bloomberg You're listening to Bloomberg business of sports from Bloomberg radio Thanks for joining us on the Bloomberg business of sports show where we explore the big money issues in the world of sports I'm Michael Barr I'm scarlet fu And I'm Mike lynch And let's continue our conversation now with SEC commissioner Greg sankey and let's talk about the elephant in the room quite frankly COVID and I thought we had a great chance to get by it this season And unfortunately it has reared its ugly head And a number of bowl games this season have been canceled or at least delayed because of what has happened with this virus How is the SEC going to prepare to deal with the COVID not only for Monday's big game but in the future The question that just won't go away in my life So every time where we think we're out we get dragged right back in How much of your day spent thinking about this and talking about this Sorry to interrupt Yeah no it's daily That's a really important question So let's go back two years which is hard to believe Two years at this time we had heard of this coronavirus and I'm not even sure if it had the COVID-19 label And we started as a conference in really late January when there were media reports of positive COVID cases on two of our campuses both by the way proved to be erroneous but it triggered for us in the SEC office The need to be thinking communicating and strategizing about how we're going to move forward with healthy competition knowing very little about COVID-19 And so I had two staff members who were the conduits for communication kind of locked down if you will That communication strategy we started talking with public health officials We actually conducted championships in an enormously healthy way until we had to stop in March of 2020 and our men's basketball tournament stopped everything And immediately after that we took about three weeks we have pointed a medical advisory taskforce around representative from all 14 of our campuses and it's a variety of expertise infectious disease specialists athletics trainers orthopedists internal medicine and their collaboration has guided us forward and it's been incredibly important and the key is I think they thought they were signing up for like 60 or 90 days of voluntary participation in the southeastern conference That's sounds important in rewarding and great and it is And we're still working with them And we adjusted protocols right before the CDC 5 day adjustment was made And then we've adjusted again that that group needs every week We've had basketball games postponed or not played and some question about whether those will be able to be rescheduled We lost one of our 13 bold games because of an increase in positive COVID cases On the other hand we've had great success playing relative to the challenge that we face I know the two programs looking to the national championship game but over two years time manage very well and very effectively at keeping the players healthy and avoiding kind of mass outbreaks It would create the need to stop In August of 2021 you sent out a tweet and asked fans essentially to get vaccinated I'm just curious what kind of blowback feedback response you got from people directly How do you feel that message got across Well like anything in our society there are polls that will help drive and I mean polar opposite perspectives And.
"croup" Discussed on WTOP
"Too late Paid for by the community oncology alliance Let's go to Mary in the traffic center All right Devin we'll go straight into Virginia 66 continues to transform outside of the beltway and if you drive that direction you know you must be on guard We do know one zone that's heading westbound just a brief slowdown passing one 23 X at 60 They are blocking a right lane But beyond here we're moving pretty well Nothing inside of the beltway If you're ease toward the beltway it seems to be a decent trip Now on the beltway in fairfax the inner loop will be slow to get to the ramp towards 66 and that's due to the work on the ramp only a single lane will get you through That's basically a three 95 95 still doing pretty well between the 14th street bridge and in the fosna county no incidents reported the only other work on the beltway prince George's county with a brief slowdown in her loop as you head past route one south and toward the greenbelt metro right lane is closed Earlier work on the Baltimore Washington Parkway our mobile croup cleared may be taking a lunch 95 in Maryland beltway to beltway doing okay There is a slowdown on two 70 It's in your local end north through rockfield passing montrose road in a single lane with the work there This fall have fun not the flu get your flu shot and if you're eligible for a COVID booster you can safely get that at the same time at many locations go back a message from the Maryland Department of Health married to Pompey of the traffic Now to storm team fours Lauren rickets A few conversational snowflakes and a few light rain showers as we continue through the.
"croup" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"Three one. Four four six three for complete details the morning show with boomer esiason and greg nadi boomer and geo i want to be able to enjoy this experience. I've been waiting for this vehicle. I'm so excited to have it. Yup i know yours is ready as well. I can't wait to show it off to everybody. So i'm like i don't wanna go there and a pouring rain just have to keep it in a driveway. Nobody could see it. Yes i know. I hear your brother. Is there anything cooler. That like one of the cool things in life is no matter. What age are whether it's your first car or you're an adult or you're an older person when you get the new car and then you get to show everybody. Hey i got the new car. It's like it's the greatest for what you i have. You like your driver's permit the now. Still it's one of those great like feelings to have and then this one of course the the fact that they brought back the bronco and it's just so bad ass and is i mean. I saw one picture of yesterday staring at ever since. I put it in the background on my phone. Knocked my daughter's off the bat that well you know what you're like a little kid on christmas and there's nothing better you're right. I remember the first time that I had my initial bronco. And i bought it used well way back when i want to say like nineteen seventy nine thousand nine hundred somewhere around there. Okay and i think it was like a seventy two or seventy three bronco. That i had bought used ed. I just couldn't wait to get my hands on it. And that's exactly how i feel about this one and we waited a little bit just due to some supply chain issues and things of that. Everybody's yeah any card industry knows right but really. The car industry has been struck. The hardest right but yeah. This is an amazing vehicle. And it's finally here and you and i were lucky enough to get what they call the first edition. Yes absolutely beautiful it is. It is absolutely beautiful. I've got cactus. Gray is mine and you got a replica. Read one yes. I from back in the day i am that. Brush bar on the front so to you. It's like that's what the first edition has you. So i kind of want to drive it through the woods. Can i drive it through the woods. One day with the tires is just go right and you can go anywhere at this thing. Go on the beach around here. You can go in the woods. You can go through mud. Go through listen. This thing is built. To last an handlers. Be in trouble when i get back into the city. Boy let me tell you something that. Brush bar yes. Get not to get too close you but better you know. It's been worth the wait. I just you know when you see it is just absolutely beautiful so four did a great job with it they did. They did an absolutely great job. I can't wait to tell you more about once. I actually get my hands on it a bronco. You don't mess with somebody in a bronco right like nobody is going to be messing with me. I don't know why would they miss with you anyway. No well i mean there's certain cars though that you judge people when they like al's car when i see al's car this is a guy like there's nothing in that car like maybe some clorox wipes an easel in the back or something like that right because art teacher. I'm like a schmuck being you judge. You judge people at the type of car. You're not messing with it. Like if like if. I'm going to try to pull something off on somebody. I'm not cutting off a bronco and scene. Who's in that thing. I'm not doing it so this is a good thing for me because you know that i'm soft so like if i have the bronco kind of gives you like that hard exterior people know. There's a soft person. Say i don't think of it that way but if you wanna like make yourself feel better about it like you ever see like the people who drive the big like the f two fifties. Yes like don't like you're never messing with a guy in a work truck f. To fisher one. That has an american flag off tobacco raid. Don't tread on me. Is the higher the number of the truck. The bigger like is s. Two fifty bigger than a one fifty to go. It's got bigger bed. Four fifty yeah actually might be five. Fifty is there could be a six fifty to six fifty party here in the city park in the city but you and maybe a utility vehicles that you use it for our. Why don't you get one of those man once you get yourself like a big old f to fifty and yeah that thing like a park my car in it. Yes like in the back and he was. He was disappointed in me when i drove. I drove my truck into the city. He was all like what's the carbon footprint on this t. rex of modernity not such a jerk but That's what you need to get. Is you need to get a frigging f to fifty hour drive. That's sucker in and park right in front of bill just knocked cars out of the spot. There's knock them right now. Well you know what you have. You have the f. One fifty two fifty to three fifty four fifty. Then they're afford heavy duty trucks right. Yes you got mostly got. You got a ton of unbelievable vehicles. They also include the six fifty seven fifty as well. Man all heavy duty trucks when you like tone around stuff. You're rushmore. Yeah right. Exactly a fourteen thousand pound vehicle. I love it. I can sit here and i mean. I don't know what happened to me. Yeah i could sit here and look at trucks all day. I could well what happened to stuck in the house and you have Two daughters and a wife and you try to do man stuff right. I'm doing man stuff right. Exactly that trucks next thing. You know you'd be looking at guns and who knows who knows what's next trucks guns and porn tilling eat meat. Oh my goodness how you feel. Good i mean. I still got this residual snot thing going on but other than that. Yeah i feel fine. Sabrina good gain. Now she's she's the healthy. Is that all of us. We'll get by me but everybody you know you had to covert in the house. Yeah i know. And i still don't have it which is amazing so somehow we got something else while she had cova but i guess i got get another tests. I guess before. I come in and then i'll have to feel obviously one hundred percent before i come back like one hundred percent. But you do have a phlegm. Yeah so i feel like. I would normally feel when i'm healthy. It's just like this residual you know you hear me the path and a snot in haste and smell. Everything side affects from anything or anybody in the house. Sabrina one hundred percent. You came through you know. We all knew she would. Yeah yeah yeah. There was just a one scary part like the first day. She tested positive. She had that cough in the middle of the night which was like a real like barking cough. I mean we we hear all the stuff on the news and you were living on your every day. Now you have lived through this. Yeah and and so she She had that cough just a one night though right so we called up the middle of the night and we were worried about it because she was like really breathing heavy and then had this barking cough so we call up the emergency pediatrician and he said we have nebulizers in the house for our asthma so he said put cold ice cold water in the nebulizer and then put it up to her face. You know it's a face mask and it blows the cold water onto her face and that actually calmed down that cough and it never really came back. She was able to breathe fine so it was some sort of croup cough or something. I don't know what it was but yeah no. She's been she's great. She's just frustrated because she can't go where she wants to go. Yes one is. She released from the quarantine thursday so thursday to she has to go through thursday. We've got two more full days of this after today. So we got wednesday and thursday and then so it's really basically three days. It'll be a long day today. Boy i got her outside yesterday a little bit and kicking the soccer ball around and then she was feeling great. And we've laughing. The whole thing today is going to be. We're going to have to go through disney plus every single beauty and the beast again. Let's go what do you think naptime time. Yeah you know what she doesn't when she feels good though like she does now. She does not nap. She could go all.
"croup" Discussed on Wardrobe Crisis
"This idea of being the perfect remarkable individual was fetish is since engine greek times the quote is sublime stages depicted ideal masculine and feminine forms. Celebrities were hailed beautiful bodies. Were venerated so. This is back in ancient greek times august. Three this again i. I recognized it when i read about it from seeing statues in museums. And seeing you know this classic atonis but took story and how it shaped us. Yemeni when i i. I think it's coming reading research mahat sangatte. I wanted to wear engine. Greece's him so boring to when you when you actually start having that experience that you've just talked about where you suddenly see how similar life for stands. How is now suddenly became interesting. and so what. The psychologists believe happened is that two hundred thousand dollars around the world. People were either getting along getting ahead. Public news big communal farming projects or they were literally in tribes hunter gatherer tribes in the main. The ancient greece has kind of a weird. It's like anyone's been degrees knows the ecology farming in ancient grace because it's all rookie islands rocky outcrops cliffs descending to say so what was the people had to survive and thrive by basically being entrepreneurs by making parts making olive oil by debating. Bhai trie hustling bunch of hustlers. Exactly right yeah exactly. And because they were they will all sufficient though and it wasn't like one island one country itching grace waltz ancient greece same as a thousand digital communities dotted around so people were traveling around these experiences of different communities that way they even start trading with other continents so this is amazing unique part of the world in which they're getting getting ahead to bring turns you into who you have to be in order to get on the way that you impress people as individuals by being educated by learning things and start to show off and getting stages from from that whereas in space east asia is much more about celebrating the group venerates group serving the group So that's the idea of kind of how it happened. Why pretty now is is when you see. The acceleration of that from the nineteen was pre nineteen nineties. It was the was the age of the union and it was very high taxation. Lots of regulation on biking and business thatcherite rid of order that and created a much harsher will live in an very very quickly. Became much more individualistic much more. Self-focused much more nonstick in if you think about the cultures about greed is goods aerobics and all that stuff in the kind of obsession with perfect bodies. Really kicks off. Whitney houston singing the christ of all these loving yourself. Okay well they very very anglo view of the world. Let's talk about confucius what was happening in china. Okay so unlike. Ancient greece he stays. You're very much routing undulating mountains. China began not country so basically if you were in china in two thousand years ago you were either part of a farming community. Or you're digging big irradiation projects which kind of huge croup efforts or you were growing rice against the big village visual group effort so getting gang head was much more about the group it was about..
"croup" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine
"This is not a tortured character. I don't even know that his life is particularly that interesting but he is at the heart. Vicks okay so we're gonna talk about loans for richardson. So he's working in greensboro. He's working on different like home remedies. And what have you And one of the products that he comes up with is well vapor. Rub the not called that. At this time. He says a lot of different things And he looking for an umbrella to put it under right and he stumbles upon vicks so his last name. Richardson would not fit well. On the label of the products. Right but vicks would. Vix is the last name of his brother-in-law who their family physician according to some accounts helped some startup money but also like was naming it. Maybe just like if you know about vix this physician this is the remedies. There's also also very popular product exceeds at the time. And he was sort of building on that idea of a mainly like his name when villain label and i think it kind of continued to get to him that it wasn't you know under his name but vicks was short is punchy and pretty soon there were twenty one different vicks family remedies as they were called so he comes up with There's there's two different versions of the vapor rub story okay. There's the wounded the company tells you and then there's another one Here's with the vicks website. We'll tell you about the creation of able rub. The vic says the product was created by lunceford. Richardson out of love and concern for his six sun. Young smith richardson had a severe case of crew. Which is what's in los alamos. Croup croup is a viral illness. That kids get caused by virus. That's a para influenza next to next to jason different virus viral illness. It's usually self limited but sometimes you need to medications or some respiratory support to get through. Kids don't get it today so this is So they say that that had crew and Lunceford richardson combined unique. Ingredients into a salve that when he did by the body would release soothing vapors and then it says on the website. The boy soon recovered. You're probably was recovered anyway. Boy now there is a different version of this from mcgill university. Refresh named joe schwarz. Who claims that the product can be traced to jews. Been gay a french pharmacist. Who created ben gay exactly but his last name b. e. n. g. u. e. If you're wondering why it's called begay because his last name was jill's been gag name regretted it. Is that how you spell being gay though the product right in hyphen g a y. They wonder mega like uber. Phonetic for the dumdum america. Because i think the i think the average american speaking english would be e. n. g. u. e. Say benue so wrong. This is a menthol based product and unlike vapor rub but it was sold as a treatment for arthritis and gout and neural neuralgia neuralgia neuralgia. Like nerve pain okay Algebra it hurts according to joe schwarz Accounting of this Lunceford saul heard from he. Sold been gay is pharmacy and he heard from his customers that it cleared their sinuses..
"croup" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey
"Is what it's called program that built a blasios wife headed up and that they're eight hundred. There was eight hundred thousand dollars I believe it might have even more than that. Eight hundred thousand dollars that she just could not account for and the program was supposed to help Poor students in new york city and there was no report of any positive outcomes whatsoever. So people have no idea. People have no idea where this money went what she did with it. What the program was supposed accomplish and if it actually ever accomplished anything. So that's just one example of the corruption in the mishandling of leadership on under bill de blasio and the other one has been the rise in crime. There was a whole defunding police movement that we've talked about many times. That happened in new york over the past year. In the wake of george floyd and talks about police racism and police brutality and so they took some funding away from the nypd and there were some restrictions on the nypd that made it more difficult for them to police certain neighborhoods and we saw violent crime in homicide skyrocket in this city over the past year. So apparently that doesn't warrant attention but the minimal at this point thankfully deaths by kovin in new york do warrant This kind of what. I would call authoritarian policy We've talked about many times. The rate of death for krona virus is real. It does kill people. It does send people to the hospital. Apparently data is is showing the delta variant is slightly more contagious and slightly more deadly than the original than the original corona virus. But you've still got according to see numbers anyway and that's really what we've got as far as data goes you've still got if you're under the age of sixty and ninety nine point six percent chance of surviving if you are under the age of twenty you've got like a ninety nine point nine nine nine percent chance of surviving so that doesn't mean that no one dies. It doesn't mean that no one goes to the hospital. Unfortunately those things do happen even in kids but it is very rare. It's it also should be noted as we've talked about before that rsvp bronchitis croup hand-foot-and-mouth are going around right now in very serious and severe strains among kids so a lot of kids are in the hospital with rsv their kids being put on ventilators with rsv but no one wants to report that. No one wants to talk about that. No one's creating vaccine passports are policy based on that because no one cares at least in the media or apparently in the government if a if a kid get sick and dies from something that is not the corona virus. So as as i say. This is a lot of virtue signal even when people say that you have to do x. Y. z mitigating a mitigating tactic. When it comes to cove it to protect the children children in general in general are not at risk here. They are at risk for a lot of other things. That people don't care about that people don't talk about that. People don't take any mitigating measures to To prevent So bill de blasio goes on to say he is defending this vaccine mandate. Not everyone is going to agree with this. I understand that but for some people this is going to be. The lifesaving act we are put into mandate in place. It will guarantee a much a much higher level of vaccination in this city. That is the key to protecting people and the key to our recovery. That's why it's the key to nyc the key to nyc pass opens a lot of doors and we need it so my guess is that most people in new york city being the liberal city that it is has gotten the vaccine and everyone who wants the vaccine has already gotten it now..
"croup" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing
"Tech news briefing is supported by expensive by more than ten million people around the globe. Use expensive is pre accounting platform to reimburse expenses manage business credit cards generate invoices pay bills and planned trips from one easy to use app. Download the app or sign up at expensive by dot com slash. Wsj today this. Is your tech news briefing for friday july nine. I'm zoe thomas for the wall street journal reaching for the stars this weekend. British billionaire richard branson hopes to head first base in a flight with his company virgin galactic hill experience weightlessness for a few minutes before heading back down to earth just over a week later amazon founder. Jeff bezos plans to board a spacecraft of his own for a short trip with his company blue origin. Both men in their companies are looking to cement themselves as leaders in the space tourism industry. So what are their trip. Seen for this burgeoning sector. And when will the rest of us get a chance to go to space reporter mike. Berg who covers the business of space for the wall street journal joins us to discuss. That's after these headlines more moves in the streaming wars streaming services are adding to their lineup in the face of growing competition. Netflix signed an exclusive multi. Year deal with shonda rhimes the producer behind smash hit bridgeton rhymes and her production company. Sean to land are expanding. Their relationship with netflix beyond television into films gaming merchandise virtual reality and live events also adding to its streaming lineup amazon. The company signed a deal with universal pictures to show the studios movies on its prime and imdb tv services. New universal releases will run on the company's sister streaming service peacock for four months before streaming on prime global. Automaking giants to lantis is going big on electric vehicles. It plans to spend more than thirty five billion dollars expanding. Its ev lineup. In the coming years the company formed earlier this year through a merger of fiat chrysler and francis. Psa croup plans to release electrified options under all fourteen of its brands including jeep. Ram and peugeot. It also plans to set up five battery plants in europe and north america and grocery delivery startup. insta- cart is under new leadership. It's named facebook. Veteran fiji cmo as its new chief executive. Cmo's spent the last decade leading facebook's mobile and products teams. Her appointment comes as instagram. It looks to expand its business and go public following a banner year of growth during the pandemic insta- carts currency eeo and co founder of a meta will become executive chairman. Starting next month all right coming up space tourism is about to tech news. Briefing is supported by expensive. Buy expensive by keeps money moving more than ten million people around the globe us expenses pre accounting platform to reimburse expenses manage business credit cards generate invoices pay bills and plan trips from one easy to use app. Whether you're working for yourself managing a team or closing the books for your clients expensive. I makes it easy so you have more time to focus on what really matters. Download the app or sign up at expensive fi dot com slash. Wsj today.
"croup" Discussed on CarCast
"Oh welcome car. Cast map the motivator. Deandre here with bill goldberg good morning. The owed to the combustible engine which soon will be no more. It's it certainly seems more and more that way like all the news. I've been getting in the last couple of days. We talk about as a couple of cars going. Hey enjoy this new car. It's the last with a internal combustion engine in the second press release. Hey enjoy this. It's going to be probably the with. The it's the truth that mustang so sold more more tv mustangs than the yeah more more than regular mustangs although a little dubious on that number because as someone waiting for an actual cost and i there's a chip shortage and everything's delayed so i don't know if they're saying hey there's a demand for the mock e more than the regular mustang so if we have a limited amount of chips we wanna all them out to our. Ev cars right and then make the other guys wait because they yeah and it's demand and stuff as well. I mean the whole bronco thing. It was the chip issue but then it was the roof issue and the roof issue is exclusive to that vehicle so even if they had chips prioritize jobs they still couldn't get the roof made fast enough. So that's part of this. All this information is coming from manufactured that was just about anything no other reference. That's right yeah it's like the government of okay so a while back. There was a rumor floating around and we teased it. Saying that ra. Mac they make the all electric piper car right. This is they had the re max see one or two concept one or something and it was the one that was crashed on top gear. And richard hammond was doing that. Hill-climb thing or whatever and crash. It is kind of really trashy kind of accident you know. He's okay now. But i don't think he was too okay. What happened and then we watched the video of mate. Rimac the owners young guy. He's like thirty five or something like that wealthy young man and he's like this is going to be the new car it's the the room to or whatever which we've later found it was going to be called the navarra and the statistics were crazy on it. He's like we're just here. We're going to test it at eighty five percent power at this airport and we're going to run the card and it was killed like porsche taicang turbo ass and it just as fast as hell. But the rumor was some sort of tie up between rim. Mac and bugatti now he had already had some investments. I think either from vw porsche. Porsche owns a piece of his company. But there isn't a real big technology share. He was saying it's it's a financial deal. It's not a really big tech- technological deal. We are our own company. We develop our own products fast forward to today and it looks like there is a deal so vw group. It's a little vw. Croup which owns audi lamborghini bugatti porsche. All the stuff right to blackboard. Yeah ra- mac and bugatti are joining forces. They're merging to become bugatti rimac. That's the new company. Vw as a group will no longer hold any ownership in bugatti. But porsche will so the new partnership the bugatti remark will be fifty five percent owned by the rimec company and forty five percent owned by porsche. Now that's the porsche company. Even though it's under the umbrella vw. it's it falls under their you know their finances under their management. Whatever so they're responsible for their portion of it so bugatti ra- mac is now fifty five percent rimac forty five percent porsche. And then you start to think about well. What does that mean for future cars and it is kind of interesting so the first thing mate remek said was look. Don't think i'm gonna take my new nowehre. Slap a bugatti logo on it and try to sell it to you guys as the hot new bugatti. Here's that is not the plan it goes. I will have that as a vehicle. Bugatti still has the sharon and there will be one new minimum one new predecessor or one new follow up to bugatti and it will be a hybrid vehicle it will have a combustion engine and hybrid technology and it really will be bugatti technology out of france and their factory and remax technology and electrification into one vehicle. That's where they're going to start and they're going to do a ground vehicle. That is actually pretty cool. Because i see that as the closest thing to competing against kona zag right with his hybrid technology super high end very fast and is the bugatti rimma car now. Bugatti rimac will also have other models so they're not gonna just have like the iran and then that's it for ten years and sharon and that's it whatever the different variations of it. They're going to have this this hybrid version. And then eventually bugatti remark will go to just ev and but it will still be a new car and at that point. Remarkable will have developed new ev technology. Which they're counting on which will be interesting. But if you want a rematch navarra still get the avera. And if you want a bugatti still get the bugatti and if you want a merger of the two not rimec a remake with a different logo on it right then you'll have that option as well..
"croup" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast
"It's kind of that kind of you know put out then obviously made it easy for the regulate to to to allocate resources greedy figuring it out fox so i can say that the words in since two thousand eighteen early two thousand eighteen dental august nineteen fake closely regulated to figure out. How can we become the world's first croup the bank following all the rules that any other banks in switzerland the swiss sold that this was the future of the taunt financial architecture of the wells and the had no choice but to do it because one of the key things for switzerland was being a lynch pin in the global financial system. They get it some. And how how come they go that. I think the how account they got it. I think i would go back again to that michael month around just the fabric of the society and how the political system works. Just hope people you know. People don't volunteer on things every second months or so. You know it's just it's just you're so used to everyone contributing finding compromises on the one hand side but secondly also being small in the grand scheme of things could be considered irrelevant in international space but half why this by innovation viol- banking infrastructure and banking industry. Always play like maybe a larger role than you would expect. A eight million people do in the middle of europe. Not being part of the european union. And i think that foresightedness has has helped several several stages. But again i think this is. What's happening here again. We are almost Myself so i say i would for we. We have to because otherwise. We're not not relevant. I'd still be pushed on if you look at singapore's similar situation geographically where they are and no natural resources fully focused on you. Know leveraging the brain on unserved and pushing services..
"croup" Discussed on 790 KABC
"For the Clippers, Lost to the jazz. 1, 12 1 or nine Game two. Tomorrow at seven. We've got some gambling news down there. His bank. Come on. It's the tale of the nun with the monkey on her back. Mary Margaret Croup er, 79 years old has been the principal of ST James Catholic School and tours for 28 years, and in 10 of those 28 years she had embezzled quite a few funds. In fact, she had stolen $835,000 from this Catholic school. Pay off for gambling debts. That is one fun none. Okay, Can you bc dependable traffic Nasteex Singular continues on the five southbound before Templin highway. It's been there for about 24 hours. It's a crash in the two right lanes are trying to clear it. This is a beer truck that crashed yesterday and went down the embankment. Traffic completely stopped from Smokey Bear Road South L. A. On the 1 10 South founded Vernon Avenue crash in the Middle Lane. It's stop and go from Exposition Zosia on the 2 10 westbound before Citrus. There's a brush fire, blocking the off ramp. It's stop and go from Sunflower March Air Reserve base is stop and go on the 2 15 north bound between cactus and MLK. That's dependable traffic. I'm Kevin Trip on a M 7 90 Kate introducing the lows list. While there's innovation in every aisle, these are some of our experts. Top picks for 2021 Customize any load.
"croup" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Kathy Mako V's land is healthy, anything is possible. My grandmother always just tell my uncle that everything that we need is in front of us and behind us standing by the creek that runs along her property, she remembers seeing big Chinook salmon in it as a kid. This is called the salmon whole. See how it's Eddie's in there since Cov is part of the correct tribe. The Klamath River and its drainage is are the lands that shaped their way of life? Basically, my grand parents raised me and then we come out in the woods were together all the stuff we could do all these things. So to me, nothing was ever impossible. We could pull fish. Great. We could go kill a deer skin it and you know how jerky and food you know, and we could go up and get pine nuts and basket material. I could make something out of everything that's around me. But the bounty the career people traditionally enjoyed did not happen automatically or by accident. Corrupt people. Before the miners came. You had to have areas that you could have dependable resource is near around those people took responsibility for managing their landscape. Traditionally, we used to burn about two mile radius around where we had permanent houses that people had lived in permanent houses longer record or end up these creeks bill trip overseas, The Department of Natural Resource is for the karaoke. He says his people's relationship with the land called on them to take care of it. Whether in your homes or up in the mountains with fire being our primary tool, cultural burns protected the land from bad fire. Cultivated oak trees for acorns encourage the growth of forage for elk and deer. Improved river conditions for fish trip describes the ceremony illustrating fire's role in connecting the relationships among land. Water animals and corrupt culture. It took place about an hour's drive south of Happy Camp along the river and black mountain that used to be burned every year as part of our world renewal ceremonies in the ceremony, the priest dives into the river with a belly flop. And those ripples that that creates Go down the river and are said to carry the prayer. That will bring the salmon of the river. The belly flop, the sound it creates. And the making of that prayer reinforces corrupt belief systems at the exact same time that that person does that belly flop. You know that loud clap hit the water's represents lightning striking and reminds us of our relationship with the natural process as humans in this place, the sound carries toward Black Mountain and is a signal to people waiting there to light a fire. Fire burns off all the small vegetation, scorchers out small trees. Put smoke in the air Shades River during the day, so the sun can't warm the water. Oppa's much and at night when smoke settles, particles clogged the pores of the trees, Tripp says. Reducing the amount of water they take up and release. It says if the trees are less thirsty at night, leaving more water in the river and more thirsty during the day, taking more water out of the river. That swing can help unclog the mouth of the river when it's blocked by a sand bar so salmon can physically into the river. At that point. Those are the types of things that can cue the salmon to come into the river because it's now safe, But the tribe has not been able to do this ceremony since the late 18 hundreds cutting people being stripped. From their relationship with fire has had profound effects. The loss of that relationship with fire began in the middle of the 19th century. In those years, California spent millions of dollars to exterminate native people. Miners and white settlers didn't understand the role fire played in the ecosystem. They stopped and even shot corrupt people who lit fires. In the 18 fifties, the croup negotiated a treaty with the federal government. Under pressure from the California governor. Congress refused to ratify it, leaving the tribe without the treaty's protections, Lands and rights. That legacy is still with the tribe. So that's effectively still pushing us out of our ability to live in our aboriginal homelands, and it continues to function. In a manner of systematic colonization and And, you know, really, really has some some deeply rooted injustices around the whole thing. The group Aboriginal territory is near the Klamath River in Far northern California today, 98% of it is administered by the U. S. Forest Service. After more than a century of suppressing fire and cultural burning. This area is dangerously overgrown. In September. The Slater fire likely ignited by some power lines during high winds Tor across an area bigger than the city of Chicago, killing two people. It's just like it, Newt, Miles and miles and miles. And what carried that fire vegetation? You gotta have breaks in your vegetation. Caffeine. Mako V, who remembers should look in the creek is a kid is a former archaeologist and firefighter with the U. S Forest service. Now she works for the tribe and advocates for cultural burning, she says after this later fire She didn't see animal tracks from months. I said a lot of skeletons, but it was so hot. It just ash, you would look and you would see the ash or you'd see a job. Kobe lost two cabins. Tripp says the fire burned about 200 homes, which roughly equates to about half of Bahamas and happy Camp. That fire rips stability out from under many families, Tripp says many you're homeless and traumatized. Good jobs were scarce and fire insurance was already too expensive for many recovering from that is going to be something that takes generations. This is an excerpt from Daniel Vengeance story on the corrupt People's relationship with land and fire. Join us for an excerpt from Part four of Saved by Fire. Tomorrow morning on KQED is weekend edition. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan KQED.
The case for co-ops, the invisible giant of the economy | Anu Puusa [TEST]
"Wow i get to do that a lot around here. It's finally someone else's turn. So yes i happen to marital wonderful man named ted which is pretty rare in finland where i'm from. It's not a typical finnish name at. Aw trust me i myself. I'm a business professor. And i love teaching but you know what my students are fed up. They have really fed up. With the way the business is growing the environment and making wealth inequality was and putting money and profits above all else. And what really makes them mad is when i tell them about the cooperative movement the angry because once they understand how cooperatives they feel like a secret solution has been kept hayden before i tell you more about why cooperative sauce so great. I want to explain what they are. A corporate. dave is an organization that is owned by its members who are also its customer and decision maker and unlike most businesses where certain owners can buy more power and influence in a corporate day of every member has one vote which was the revolutionary idea back when the model was first introduced a regular mind not dimension a woman with no significant means or prestigious position in the society as an owner and partner in business on heard of perhaps it's still a bit revolutionary. Copa dave's exist in a sweet spot between the for profit and nonprofit worlds. They uniqueness is based on the idea of duality. They have two distinct but complementary roles on one hand they act like any other business and try to make money but on the other hand cooperatives are and do so much more they are scented enterprises run by and for then members and they tried to achieve economical but also social and cultural goes to benefit those members who are just regular people like you and me and what has happened for. Almost two hundred years is that cooperatives have proven to make decisions with a view across generations instead of quarter to quarter to benefit more people and wells in communities that might not otherwise attract investment while. Still being competitive and innovative. Sounds pretty good right. I guess that's why. At the end of a clause the other day student all red and chest up basically shouted at me of always been a straight a student. Done all the work read. All the books are now you telling me that all my life. I've missed hearing about a movement with this magnitude. I get this a lot. The organized corporate they've movement started in eighteen forty four with the russia's society of equitable pioneers. This was a group of weavers and artisans who are of desperation. Opened a store together to sell things that they could neither get nor afford alone. The cooperative movements from there and became a global phenomenon. Many of the modern day credit unions and farm credit systems. You see in. North america are descendants of the famous cooperative reiffeisen system in germany and here in finland. A man named hanis gephardt is considered to be the father of the finnish cooperative movement in the nineteenth century. He introduced cooperatives to help. People tackle debt poverty and unemployment. It turns out. This is the foundation opo country known for its democratic values high quality education and the happiness of its citizens and this line of impact of cooperative movement can be found in other places in the world to. I'm proud to say that invalided terms. Finland is one of the most cooperative countries in the world. We have about five point. Five million people who have over seven million memberships in cooperatives. That's run everything from groceries to banks each time. I stop at grocery cooperative. When i feel in my guest tank edo jointly owned restaurant. Stay at a hotel or buy clothes. Ohad west of i could bonuses. That can be up to five percent. And when i pay with bank card get an additional half percent off and i know that win. The copa davis doing well. It's not funding a single person's luxury vacation in the bahamas every year. A governance body comprised of elected representatives decides. How any operating surplus will be used. Some of the money will go back to the members. For example this year all consume the corporate dave boyer's caroline also or beco- or as we call it it's part of the group is the biggest corporate of croup in finland. They had a so close of two percent or members purchases and twelve percent return on money invested. When you add up the savings and the return my family received more than two thousand years back which is more than we spend on groceries in one month not to mention that across race above seven percent cheaper than its main competitor. i'm a member owner intrigue cooperatives and my husband has four memberships consumer a bank an insurance and water cooperative. We have two beautiful girls who are ten and twelve years old. And they're also member owners of the s group then. Memberships caused us one hundred euros. Each we want to pass on the legacy and teach them about the benefits of corporate gives early on and of course they're very happy about the yearly interest on cooperative capital. But it's just about us getting money back. It's about the greater good for our community. I'm not only talking about taxes and employment. Our consumer cooperative is the biggest employer in the area. I'm talking about support for young people. Sports arts university and cultural events for example as a member of the board of beco- or a few years ago we agreed to build a sports hall fully exa which is a nearby city here in the eastern part of finland belonging to our cooperatives operational area after we built it. The city signed a very long term rental agreement with us so financially investment made sense and of course it was a major gesture to the local people who not have proper facilities to do all kinds of sports in another case. We ended up rejecting the investment proposal regarding building a senior house downtown. The idea was very good one but we declined because it was the big hosting complex requiring a lot of capital with low expected investment return that would only serve a small part of the membership less than one percent of our over one hundred thousand members and therefore we decided against it
"croup" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"croup" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"You call it. Yeah. Just referencing his partner. She's a man God got day. It's something about the sixth of like ours. We with croup, but that's only three to the rest of us. They're so normal during this crew. This super weird now. What do you have coming up today? Mark, tell you I'll tell you what we're going. We're gonna Google we're gonna times at a break. You know, we're gonna Google elderly actors and actresses find out if there's still a lot of Sally Struthers. Others happy to report Still 3 73 up in Portland, Oregon. Well, she's born in Portland, Oregon. I don't think she was a little there. Well, maybe you're right. It was born Wikipedia's putting their address out, but Yes, he is just happily still with us, and it's a really good about this city is not an address. So I tell you something lived in Portland. You think you could find him? I know. But would Wicky put up even where they live like they do all the time they do. Yeah, they go resides so and so let's see if we can find out where she resides. It's gotta be a way. Oh, imagine my born in Portland. Yeah, but sometimes at the end, right personal life. Yeah, No, I know nothing of divorced 1983. That's all we've got for personal life, okay? Yeah, I'm gonna find out doctor and I want to be found. We'll find her. We'll find it, but she's with us. Who knows? Maybe she isn't a sedan. Yeah, chilling over there. Yeah. You know what? That's a good point. Maybe she's really about that life. Maybe she was about the class. Remember? She was She wasn't front and she decided. Let's go over there..
"croup" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast
"You are really direct like holy shit like also do you know i told you. I asked you about this for dido jeff. Buckley is the musician. You've you've aas mavis before him. Yeah okay I definitely on. Because he's bad ass. Young billy croup could've definitely definitely play. Jeff buckley like a james franco like look look very very similar But by the way this movie sorry. Sorry ra- quick with now. How up the perfect choice. For fucking dr mannheim i mean icon. Couldn't just thinking about it. And now i just wanna watch watchmen again a dude. I've got the ultimate for our really. I wanna i wanna get it. I'm going to get it. I've never sat down and watched it all the way through. But i really really want to. And there's like the animated tells the black freighter. Donny is because Just the other day. It said the bay said that his justice league is going to be four hours as well as a move elliot. How helje that's for tighter. Needs to stay like i'm sorry like mini series and stuff like that guy. I started watching the like the extended or ultimate cut of ebben vs superman. And i was like okay. I actually kinda dig. As i think this is cool. I kind of like this. And i really wanna cover that soon to. It's just a fight to guide him. And i love the while. I think i think it was dumb. Yeah even actually even the martha line kinda got me because like if you were laying there watching your dad die. And the last thing he said is what this due to sandra. Yeah that would kind of fuck with you a little bit but but anyways you know she kind of breaks down example. What's going on. Apparently he was i guess. He was bumping her guts out. Or i have no idea ranging. He's like i used. I used to be a brunette. He fucked my hair. Greg bone katayev. She's this is the sweetest of of a saint like like the way she's telling this story. I like okay. Because i just ran through all the harry potter movies With yeah def. Oh yeah altogether..
"croup" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"To see Ohio State and be critical of them and actually looking kind of roll My eyes at Ohio State fans at times are giving the side I hear, but I don't hate Ohio State and I don't root for Ohio State to lose. I watch college football, big time college football the way a lot of people Who covered I want to see a good game. And I'm gonna be critical and praise. I don't think we praise enough, but I'm gonna praise what I see. I don't like taking it out on college kids because they're amateurs. But I just watched the games and I'll tell you what I think of the games and when I think of the programs Well, he did very well funded Lima. Lima wants people to think of it. I hate Ohio State. So last night, Ohio State Connor is kicking Clemson's ass and I'm getting tweets. Hey, can you like in this? Oh, it's much suck to be you. And it's a narrative because they know what bothers me. The fans know it bothers me. The listeners I should say no, it bothers me. And it's a little bit tongue in cheek. But there are people who he has convinced over the last few years. Connor that I hate Ohio State. I don't I don't hate him. I really don't is the narrative of you hating Ohio State making. You actually hate Ohio State. You don't really I have to remind myself that it's a show and I can't get myself worked into a shoot. Either. You see how that works. So this is why Look at Dad when I say Hey, you know what? Tough break, buddy. You did what you did, because I could sit here all day long and say I don't hate Ohio State. I'm just not a fan and Ohio State fans go. Yeah. You hate Ohio State where you from? Ken? Can Ohio you know, like a lot of state? No, I'm not a big fan of hospital. Then you hate Ohio State, and I could explain to the blue on blue in the face. Why I I'm not a huge fan of Ohio State and anymore, but I don't hate Ohio State and people sit there and say it doesn't matter. You hate us. And so we hate you for hating us and I go. Okay, fine. I guess that's how it goes. Devil, sweetie. With the way he says it is logical, but is the guy who frequently has his words twisted and turned and used against me get used to a buddy a going away? You're right. The high state 11th You write them outside of the top 10 and they beat the brakes off you. They beat the brakes off you all night. And then if you really want to break it down to talking trash the guy across the way from you. He went Steve Spurrier on you without even have to say anything and he's throwing bombs up by 21. I mean, Justin Fields is sitting there. His guts are pouring out like he's in the walking dead, and he's just standing back on croup and just 60 yards at a clip. And Justin Fields improved his draft stock last night because I think he'd bite it just solidified number two overall last night. Without he played through that injury was still accurate, was still strong. And you? Yeah, There are plenty of reasons why you would say I didn't put any team that didn't win nine games. Whatever. I don't care. It might be logical, but not the fans. You coach Clemson, Buddy. You're the coach of the football team. You're a 51 year old man. And you should really know better. That's on you. Someone whose words frequently come back to haunt him. I'm telling you is that person get used to it, cause that's gonna stick with you the rest of your career. You better win another national championship or two to get that steak off you because there's gonna stick with you for a minute. Next work, Alright, can.
6 alleged militia members arraigned on terrorism charges
"Learning more about arrested yesterday when the FBI revealed, what they say was a plot to kidnap Michigan Governor, rhetoric Whitmer the state file terrorism charges against members of a local right wing. Croup. Local television station, W., X. M I in West Michigan reports back in May one of the men charged the state's attorney general appeared on stage at an anti whitmer protesting grand rapids with the sheriff of nearby Berry. Cownie was a guest speaker reporter at that Station interviewed the sheriff who I said he wasn't very familiar with the case, but then seemed to take a pretty striking position for a law enforcement officer. Being on stage of the guy who's now being charged in a plot to kidnap the. It's just a charge and they say a plot to kidnap and you gotta remember that are they trying to kidnap because a lot of people are angry with the governor and? They, want her arrested. So are they trying to arrest or was it a kidnapping attempt because you can still Michigan if it's a felony, you can make a felony arrest and I think it's MC l. seven, six, four, point four or something like that point five somewhere on there. And it doesn't say if you're elected office that you're exempt from that arrest. So. I have to look at it from that angle and I'm hoping that's more what it is. In fact, the these guys are innocent till proven guilty. So I'm not even sure if they had any part in it. Okay. The men arrested that he was one of whom he was in a picture with at a rally appear to have been embedded in a larger movement both online and in real life of extremists that have been targeting the governor Michigan. NBC. News reporter Ben Collins has a piece today that explores all of those connections and he joins me now ben I I just want to get your. Reaction I mean that you know the sheriff saying look maybe they were just trying to make a citizen's arrest and actually that's fine because I've looked at the state law and the State Law says you can. It doesn't matter if you're elected official was a little striking but made me think that maybe this was something that had been in the discourse among the kinds of people who've been protesting the governor. This people 'cause play as going to kidnap people all the time. It's hard to know when exactly they're serious they talk about this frequently in fact, in these texts, they didn't just have a vague plan to arrest arrested personally citizen's arrests are, which is also home. Alicia thing in driver Wisconsin where they thought you would have a trial and another guy said, hey, why don't we just go to our front door shooter? That's the sort of rhetoric that they were talking with. This was that guy is not correct is not a living in reality with the rest of us because you know he he has a compatriot, they're basically in these militia movements are trying to not just organized with each other but organized with local police to create a a a movement with within themselves. They do this on social media do this real life at these rallies it's very dangerous and something that we're seeing constantly authored the essays. Yeah, there's been. There's been real alarm bells rung about sort of the the law enforcement and extremists. Intermingling or extremists inside law enforcement the at a piece about the oath keepers which is. One of those groups, what are you? What have we learned about these these individuals who are who've been accused and charged in this particular case and what they're kind of worldview was. Sure. So there from a hodgepodge of various different militias, conspiracy movements that happened on the Internet now. There's an umbrella term for this called the Bugaku. Now out, the Google comes from a fortune meam or ten is an extremist website in the boo blue comes from the term civil war to electric Google sounds like a joke sounds very funny or whatever. It's not. This is a very serious thing. militia movements have used this to recruit in these extreme spaces and on facebook as well and they take people who are just like gun communities or a libertarian communities in try to gain the algorithm to get people into these spaces. So a couple of these people were seen wearing Hawaiian church. Google blue outfit. If you will two of them were actually at this liberate Michigan protests that happened a few months ago. The president tweeted liberate Michigan. Then there were these people on the you at the capital. Two of those people were at that exact. So. This is a real life movement. It's an online movement in certain converging right now. Look Chris. I think, let's say the quiet part of your worries. This is not going to go away in in November and December it's going to get more and more dangerous in the more people you talk to who are extremism researchers realized that it's at fever pitch right now people are ramping up very excess. So we're all very scary. Frankly we're we're in this purgatory were about to see things really hoping we're we're not about see things happening, but they keep talking about it in these in these faces thankfully now, they're going to be some arrests.
Is Stainless Steel Really Stainless?
"Bathroom, sinks and kitchen appliances to New York's Chrysler building, and the Saint Louis. Gateway. Arch. The world sometimes seems like it's covered in stainless steel. And why not the material is not only sturdy and versatile, but also stainless as the name implies, but is it really impossible to stain stainless steel? Stainless steel is a family of materials that gets its handle from corrosion and oxidation resistant properties that protect it from rust and unsightly botches. Generally, these steals our mixture of iron end at least ten point, five percent chromium sometimes rounded to eleven percent by engineers. When exposed to oxygen and moisture a for instance, when a stainless steel pan is nick door dinged chromium is an element that produces thin oxide film, the coats the product. This self repairing feature of stainless steel ensures the object will always look smooth and shiny. Various European American metallurgists claim to have invented. This wonders material. A We do know that Croup ironworks in Germany created an acid resistant steel as early as nineteen eight, it was used for the hell of a yacht. To other German researchers discovered the relationship between chromium content and corrosion resistance that metal containing at least ten point five percent chromium had a greater resistance to corrosion. Meanwhile American. elwood Haynes patented one type of stainless steel precursor in nine eleven and English researcher. Harry brearley developed a similar material around the same time. After a four year dustup in which hanes successfully opposed brearley's attempt to patent his version of the steel, the to pooled resources to market their wares as the American stainless steel. Company. These and other stainless bells found their way into cutlery airplane parts, Gulf clubs, and Adams almost immediately. But not all stainless steel is created equal. There are four main types of stainless steel classified by structure and composition. The most common variety is static sixty, five percent of the stainless steel produced. All's in this category. A static steals can be found in products ranging from cutlery and cookware to automotive trim and industrial applications. Immaterial pains at least sixteen percent chromium no more than zero point one, five percent carbon and usually includes nickel or manganese for added their ability. Meanwhile. For riddick stainless steels contain up to twenty seven percent chromium often as well as aluminum or titanium, but if little or no nickel. means that while these materials are highly resistant to Croatian, they're less durable than their austin cousins. For riddick steals are more affordable than Austin attic varieties and are commonly used in Mufflers, exhaust, systems kitchen counters, and sinks. Then we have Martin's stainless steels which are less corrosion resistant than the first two types, but are noted for their extreme strength and durability. Of the material contains twelve fourteen percent chromium along with small amounts of Molybdenum and carbon. These steals also contain little to no nickel less than two percent. Martin's stainless steels are magnetic and are often used in products where this feature's useful like a kitchen back splash to which spice rack or other metal object can be attached without using fasteners. A finally duplex stainless steels combined the benefits of Austin night and fair right to provide enhanced decay resistance and beefed up strength and durability. metallurgists typically look to create a mix that's half Austin and half foretich. The result is material that features more chromium and less nickel than his found in Pure Austin at steals about twenty to twenty, five percent chromium and five percent nickel as well as a high level of Molybdenum. These deals are primarily used in chemical plants and piping applications. You may have noticed our use of the term resistant when referring to these stainless steels capacity for avoiding blemishes. So is the material just stain resistant or completely stain proof? And despite the hardy protection that it affords users, stainless steel is more stain less and stainless in other words while the material is highly resistant to discoloration blemishes and other imperfections, it's not completely impenetrable. Just look at the Gateway Arch, which is starting to show its age with breast and K after five decades of welcoming tourists to saint. Louis. The protective layer of film covering a stainless steel object can break down over time leading to corrosion and pitting. In addition compounds like chloride, hydrogen and hydrogen sulfide often caused the film to stress and crack. The level of rest resistance provided by a particular steel depends largely on the materials used to create it the more chromium, the more corrosion protection. The sturdier stainless steels also feature at least eight percent nickel, which provides further defense against tarnish. Some products are tagged with numbers indicating their proportions of chromium and nickel. For instance, eighteen over ten flatware is sold at a premium because it has eighteen percent chromium and ten percent nickel content providing greater protection against corrosion than ordinary flatware. For household users it's important to understand that many metals advertised a stainless steel are actually stainless steel played it. The plate is corrosion resistant, but is susceptible to damage if cut or scratched deep enough to reach the. Material because the plates can also wear off over time, buyers should clarify whether a particular product is made completely of stainless steel or simply plated. Whether played it or not. You're stainless steel appliances and other products need to be cleaned. Most of the time good old fashioned soap and water will do the trick for tougher stains. Professionals recommend variety of household remedies. A couple of dabs of olive oil or window cleaner can remove most of those pesky fingerprints and smudges while white or cider vinegar will restore shine. A don't use steel wool pads or harsh cleaning powders as they'll scratched surface. If you need to remove burnt on food from stainless steel pan, let it soak in warm water and then clean it with baking soda and Gentle Nylon or plant based scouring pad.
For all those people that 'never get sick'...
"It's been like three weeks of sickness cygnus in my house with Flu Croup. There was a minor pin worm scare. So I've been sick. I'm trying to kind of recalibrate and rest and You know can I have. Can I say that I have a bone to pick a bone broth put toothpick this bone. Bra Okay yes I I have been doing. All the things one does when one is sick to try to heal themselves and then taking my elgible berries syrup and you know my baths with my soap. Myself my bath with my salt and I get irritated when conversations occur where it's like you know I never get sick. And it's because I do dot dot dot I think this myth of like the person person who doesn't ever get sick because of X. Insert whatever their Yeah I think they just haven't been sick in a while and so there is a level of like print almost like they're blaming you like it's your fault little bit. Yeah and if only only you had done what I like. Oh well I you know I drink elderberry. elderberry is just on the tip of my brain right now. Yeah and I never get sick or I have bone broth you now every week and I never get sick and it's like it's the same experience I've had my kids have head lice a ton. Yeah and as a result I've gotten it and I often talk to people and they're like well I just I'm not GonNa make kids head and we've never had lice and AMAC. That's that's a nice preventative measure. It's not doesn't completely prevent right one day. It's going to happen. Yeah anyway so I just I feel a little sensitive about those conversations that I find I can into a lot interesting. How those conversations at all I mean you really speaking language because those kinds of conversations drive me up a wall which is perhaps? Why don't get into that? It's like people start and they're like no not. I'M NOT GONNA NOT GONNA go there with her and I have to watch myself when I do it about any. Yeah I certainly on the flipside dude about all sorts. It's all things I'm sure right. I mean it's so hard to say like what helps correlation is not causation Um and we're all individuals all individuals and we all you know. Someone who works in an office has kids in daycare in travels. A lot is probably going to get sick a lot more than someone who like works from home and has no kids yes or like and never leaves the state not. I'm not like I definitely get sick less in California than I did in New York right. I was on the subway every day. The weather is different anyway. Who you know I as you know? I am generally not one for these more. Shall we say homeopathic remedies and I know that this is a controversial stance. But that's just I'm just speaking my truth. Give me the dayquil stuff I do put stock in is like Nick Washing your hands sneezing into your elbow like you know what I mean like the kind of things that do actually try to prevent the spread of germs. We read a book called girl. Wash your hands. Will you know I wanted to write a book called Girl Wash your by washing. Your the hands is way more important than washing your face. Oh completely agree like yes. Wash your face doesn't prevent the spread of germs. Oh we got a scrub the hands. You gotTA wash their hands. We're in Sheikh handwashing time. I mean it should always be peak in Washington but especially now you make a good point that is we we know and anytime you go to the doctor which I have done a lot in the past month with my kids. It's like just like you got to watch those hands and you've got to say the alphabet while you wash your hands. That's how long you have to do it and like there's just now all that said as well it is obviously still possible to get sick even if you wash your hands a thousand in times a day and I don't want to encourage anyone who perhaps has like. OCD tendencies to think like. Oh my God I need to wash my hands every five seconds now I appreciate that you know what I mean Menia. 'cause like I think it helps but I don't think it's like it's not the cure. All is what I'm saying. There is no you know. Yeah
Lloyd Blankfein attended key meeting with 1MDB figures
"Helped forge ties with Malaysia and its new sovereign wealth fund at the time. Now both currency. Oh, David Solomon amd as predescessor have said that the scandal was the work of a few rogue employees. And there is no indication that blankfein was also the unnamed quote high ranking executive at a later twenty thirteen meeting, which it's at the heart of the scandal. But this is a very interesting story. It is the most read story on the Bloomberg terminal this morning because of that interest where we also have news from. German steel giant. Yes. Essentially mining and energy shares are really leading the drop in European stocks today, and this is in particular because Tisan croup has lowered its profit guidance due to legal provisions now this is related to an ongoing investigation into whether it's still division colluded in price-fixing, the jabbing company now expects a just at earnings before interest in taxes of one point six billion euros. And that's
House Republican leaders hold off conservative push to impeach Rosenstein
"In Cobb County governor deal today health announced the, four hundred twenty foot tall tower which is to be part of the North American headquarters. For the Tucson croup elevator company it's near SunTrust park and. Executive James Susie has the breakdown. You'll be nine hundred full time employees will be between six hundred and fifty to seven hundred jobs that will be. New to the state of Georgia and then we've got about one hundred twenty five people from Alfa Reta that will be moving. Over to pop county as well the tower will be a test facility for the company county leaders had to approve an increase, in the maximum allowed structure height let it be built. Eighty seven. Degrees on Peachtree street. It's two oh one WSB meteorologist Kirk Mellish says most of the crash Ninety this afternoon Atlanta's most accurate. And dependable forecast is coming up house speaker Ryan, says he will not support the effort of some Republican lawmakers to impeach the deputy attorney. General rod Rosenstein Jamie do free two point with a band. Of conservatives who want the deputy. Attorney general impeached speaker Ryan says he doesn't think the dispute over documents rises to the level of high crimes and. Misdemeanors telling reporters congress can't be cavalier about the power of impeachment and confirmed there will be no vote on this today the. Trump administration defending its plan to help American farmers caught in the middle of the escalating global trade war secretary Steve Mnuchin took, issue with how the administration's twelve billion dollar emergency aid. Package for. US farmers has.