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"david hanks" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I'm Dan Watkins. Here's what's happening. The number of coronavirus cases in the U. S has climbed to 12 million, according to Johns Hopkins University. The Centers for Disease Control is advising people to celebrate Thanksgiving with on Lee members of their immediate households. CBS News correspondent Dana Bacchus. Reports from Los Angeles. Health officials are concerned the pandemic will get worse horse for a moment and do a determination of the risk benefit within your family group. And then when you make your decision That's your decision. No one's forcing anything on you. As daily new cases approached 200,000 and some hospitals become stretched to the limit. The toll on frontline health care workers is growing under the day I would go home and go straight to the shower. Part of this was to protect myself and my family. But the other part was so I could go cry in the shower and finally released today in California a 10 p.m. to 5 A.m. curfew goes into effect in 41 counties. Latest covert numbers from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health nearly 3000 new coronavirus cases across the state on Saturday and 19 more people have died. There's almost 900 people in the hospital right now, 187 of those patients in the ICU. Suffolk County D A. Rachel Rollins has filed an emergency petition with a Supreme Judicial Court judge to stop what she calls a rogue lower court judge from violating a standing order regarding the coronavirus WBZ Suzanne Saz Ville reports to say Rollins is frustrated is an understatement. If it is I'm not happy. It's the second time In two weeks, Rollins has had to ask a judge in the SJC to stop Boston Municipal Court Judge Mark Somerville from violating the court's own covert 19 policy of allowing defendants to appear in court virtually permitted and actually required in certain circumstances. And then when they don't he is issuing warrants, which is potentially taking away their liberty And Rollin says it's costing taxpayers money. You know if we were able to get costs out of this I would be asking for that because it's a complete waste of my time. My staff time I requested comment from the judge with PMCs media relations, but have not heard back. Suzanne Saz Ville WBZ Boston's news radio, world leaders participated virtually at the Saudi hosted G 20 summit with efforts to fight the pandemic and a global recession dominating the talks. CBS is Chip Reid reports that President Trump participated in the women are style meeting on the first of two days. Not so. Rising Lee President Trump was tweeting about his efforts to overturn the presidential election results, he wrote. Quote We will show massive and unprecedented fraud. But what was surprising is that he was tweeting about that, at the same time that he was participating with foreign leaders in a G 20 summit. Soon after that the president headed for the golf course. Instead of participating in a session on fighting the global pandemic that was Chip Reid reporting from the White House, your choice of lunch options, maybe more limited when you do return to downtown offices to work. Lot of those businesses are closing or moving. I think you're gonna see, you know, certainly a longer term shift away from city centers that that there's not gonna be any opportunity there. David Hank, it's of the food service management consultant Technomic says. Those businesses are going where the people are now to the suburbs. We see coming sort of a D urbanization. If you will write in a lot of big markets as working from home continues. Thank you says this isn't just until the pandemic passes, either. While people will return to the cities, they're not going to return in the same numbers, he says. Downtown theater district's and sports arenas won't disappear right now, but nothing new will open up around them. Restaurants, which you know making site selection are going to be risk averse may avoid, at least in the short term. Some of those Location until there is clarity on when people will be coming back. I'm Joan Doniger Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's news.
"david hanks" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"ABC is Michelle Franzen more than 20% of hospitals nationwide, say next week they'll reach a critical shortage of doctors, nurses and other medical staff to do the surge of coronavirus cases and ICU patients. Physical and emotional toll for those on the front lines reaching a fever pitch in Indiana Go Shin Health Hospital has turned to social media in its search for medical workers. The Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, even bringing back retiree's health experts say that wave of hospitalizations will get worse unless Americans do their part and put off travel or gathering for the holidays. Michelle, France and ABC News Thanksgiving of course Thursday, with the covert pandemic raging, many wondering if they should travel If you haven't made up your mind, the board of Internal Medicine has advice for you. Stay home, maybe sees Andy Field has details from Washington. The CDC saying to avoid Thanksgiving travel on big gatherings, the American Board of Internal Medicine CEO Dr Richard Baron agrees. If people at the White House can get sick Testing and everything, then anybody can get sick in their own home. Dr Barron says. The biggest risk aren't just the airplane. But all the contact with people before you even bored and even getting a test doesn't guarantee you don't carry the virus. You can spread it before the test shows positive. Andy Field, ABC NEWS Washington Some positive news regarding air quality here in Massachusetts, the state Department of Environmental Protection says during the 2020 monitoring season that just ended, there were only three unhealthy ozone days. That's the fewest since monitoring began in the seventies, all three unhealthy days where in late July affecting areas along the South Coast, Cape and Islands the rest of the state had no unhealthy air days during the ozone monitoring season, which runs from March through September. Right now it's 50. Seven time for Bloomberg business Coming up at 5 15. How cities and towns here in Massachusetts are preparing to distribute a covert vaccine. Your choice of lunch options, maybe more limited when you do return to downtown offices to work. Lot of those businesses are closing or moving. I think you're gonna see, you know, certainly a longer term shift away from city centers that that there's not gonna be any opportunity there. David Hank, it's of the food service management consultant Technomic says. Those businesses are going where the people are now to the suburbs. We see coming sort of a D urbanization. If you will write in a lot of big markets as working from home continues. Thank you says this isn't just until the pandemic passes, either. While people will return to the cities, they're not going to return in the same numbers, he says. Downtown theater district's and sports arenas won't disappear right now, but nothing new will open up around them. Restaurants, which you know making site selection are going to be risk averse may avoid, at least in the short term. Some of those Location until there is clarity on when people will be coming back. I'm Joan Doniger Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's news radio. Hey, Alexa played.
"david hanks" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The Broncos second down into Broncos trail twenty to three let's pause for this work John Elway and the Denver Broncos hope to make maximum use of the two minutes remaining in the half they have the ball at their own thirty four second to and with two minutes left in the half there's been only one penalty in this game halting call against San Francisco probably quickly overcome by Joe Montana didn't slow him down one bit ruling by seventeen the Broncos break the huddle with action in Johnson to sign and Steve Soule to the right school is usually a force in the game but I always get the ball to it no word back to throw no pressure it is under thrown an incomplete he tried to get a good Johnson he threw the ball and Johnson couldn't come away with it and I always not distinguishing himself today well I think the other thing is happening jacket he looks to the defense of looks like a bubble zone but the defensive back to quarters are playing soft as a result the right in between if you're gonna throw in front they're going to make the play and if you throw behind if you're not careful they're gonna make an interception so I think he's a little confused about the coverage makes it thirty two an hour is five out of fifty forty Niners shoulder blades but it's a four man rotation Elway throws out as soon as incomplete it appears for the results call all up there in that territory with mark Jackson and Tim McArthur came up very strongly and apparently timed it in excellent form he's a terrific defensive back he's been heard several times during the course of the season but there again said a clamp on the receiver very quickly your plan goes on and then they came right up look like man for man came up quickly to make the play on the ball McIver with hires a terrific defensive back once they stay away from him and Taylor takes it at age twenty five yard line turns to the thirty to the thirty five forty yard line no place to run he is out of bounds at about the forty one so San Francisco gets it again they have all three time out in a minute and thirty eight seconds remaining time to do more damage or the forty yard front sixteen yard return Rick Dennison with the defensive play there is one more game this year next Sunday a pro ball from aloha stadium in Honolulu our David Hanks ram will be there for that broadcast at seven forty five eastern time the Pro Bowl he'll try to get more points I don't know they won't they'll go after like the scores nothing enough on ten under center with Reagan Rathmann ricin motion now another throwaway swings it out it's caught fire around at all I'm from behind at the forty five for Fletcher made the tackle and it's our hurry up offense for San Francisco mark running down one twenty two remaining in the half no huddle offense for San Francisco another pass by Montana he pulls her down and runs with the ball we tried for the first now but didn't get it near midfield Armen Henderson covered him in the forty Niners use their first time out I don't think he's a great guy he could in most cases quarterbacks with a lot of bombs in that situation Jack is you know he didn't he saw that it would've made the first downs we try it the lower the the body in it with the shoulder pads and try to get it he didn't succeed.
"david hanks" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"If someone's not doing the right thing on the line is developed that's packed too tight together in the stores too crowded if people are gathering someplace they shouldn't be not practicing social distancing please let us know right away New Jersey is now reporting more than twenty eight hundred deaths in the state house speaker Nancy Pelosi has issued a stark warning for Americans to quote ignore the lies and insist on the truth as the U. S. assesses the next steps in the coronavirus crisis low street released a letter to house Democrats with a scathing outline of president trump's handling of the outbreak president trump's signature will appear on the twelve hundred dollar checks being mailed to low and middle income households in the coming weeks according to officials familiar with the decision a treasury spokeswoman says the addition of the president's signature won't delay the payment schedule to be mailed starting next week governor Gavin Newsom says the new normal in California will be far different after the state reopens at Baxter has the story from our Bloomberg nine sixty news room in San Francisco the governor says the workplace will probably have to look different same for schools and restaurants he says the state needs guidelines so that we can practice safe physical distancing within the promise of a business within and around a school site and facilities large and small public and private Newsome says he's joined a coalition of states in the west to share ideas and support in San Francisco I'm at Baxter Bloomberg daybreak likely democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden got a major endorsement from his old boss video former president Barack Obama says Byton has all the qualities needed in a president right now and that Democrats must win the election this November the Republicans occupying the White House and running the U. S. Senate are not interested in progress they're interested in power Obama did not mention president trump by name global news twenty four hours a day all day or an old QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than a hundred twenty countries are Michael Barnes this is Bloomberg next thanks Michael account up to five thirty six on Wall Street it's time for the Bloomberg sports update morning John stature the morning David Hank Steinbrenner was more like George then the younger son hal who has run the Yankees quite peacefully since two thousand eight Hank was more bombastic like the old man Hank sadly died yesterday in Florida he was sixty three had been ill for some time for the red Sox won the World Series two years ago they had an unlikely series MVP Steve Pearce was a journeyman Boston was his seventh team yet only hit seven home runs that regular season hit three in the last two games of the series and one series MVP yesterday the day after Pierce's thirty seventh birthday announced he was retiring from baseball he also said the allegations that the red Sox stole signs in two thousand eighteen.
Showdown over Clean Water Act heads to Supreme Court
"The US Supreme Court today hears a case that could reshape one of the country's most significant environmental laws it centers on a dispute over waste water and coral reefs Hawaii public radio's Ryen Finnerty reports on Maui the local government has been injecting treated wastewater underground for decades it was viewed as safer and cheaper than discharging waste water into the ocean which would require a permit under the clean water act that's because the nineteen seventy to act regulates the discharge of pollutants into surface waters like oceans lakes and rivers but it does not cover pollution of groundwater but in two thousand six the Hawaii department of land and natural resources found that coral reefs off the coast of West now we were dying at a rapid rate community member suspected injection wells at the local wastewater treatment plant were to blame Hannah Bernard is a marine biologist and director of the Hawaii wildlife fund the lead plaintiff in the Supreme Court case we started organizing meetings and sharing information and talking about it and then we got patches are EPA the environmental protection agency eventually commissioned a study to find out if there was a physical link between the injection wells and the ocean university of Hawaii geologist Craig gland used color dye to track where waste water from the injection wells was going he says the results were conclusive I'm available evidence that the waste water was reaching from those walls to the coastline Hannah Bernard and other environmentalists sued saying that since the discharge was reaching the ocean the county was violating the clean water act they won twice in federal court but in a similar case from Kentucky a different appeals court disagreed the trump administration is backing now we county in this case a reversal from the obamacare EPA it's part of a broader effort to limit federal water protections in favor of state control David Hank in an attorney representing the Maui plaintiff says the trump administration stance on ground water pollution is a departure from long standing policy really every administration since the enactment of the clean water act versus the trump administration environmentalists say discharging pollution into groundwater is exploiting a loophole and not what Congress originally intended but if the Supreme Court rules in favor of Maui county that loophole could become
"david hanks" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Democratic Attorney General indie Bashir is claiming victory over the incumbent Bevin Bevin hasn't conceded yet but the sheer made a victory speech last night where he repeatedly think teachers who supported him a lot and he sounded a lot like a Democrat in a conservative state and tonight I think we show this country there in Kentucky we can disagree with each other while still respecting one another this is a close close race we are not conceding this raised by any stretch and that second with David of course was Republican governor Matt Bevin who went on to say that there's been quote more than a few irregularities in the election but didn't give specifics now if this year's lead holds this would be a big loss for him in the state that again trump won by close to thirty points but Bevin has been very unpopular he's known for his clashes with teachers unions which is why teachers had supported be sure so much but we should at its not totally unusual especially in a year without a big Republican at the top of the national ticket for a Democrat to win in Kentucky like this in fact this year's own father also Democrat was the governor just before bed and we should say there was a a governor's race in Mississippi as well right yeah and there was good news there for Republicans in Mississippi is of course a deeply red state the previous governor had been a Republican but was term limited out and Republican lieutenant governor Tate Reeves has won that one keeping that state in the Republican column okay let's move to where you are you're in Richmond Virginia where Democrats it sounds like are are celebrating what seems like a significant victory yeah I was at the democratic watch party here in Richmond last night there was a lot of excitement about taking over the state house here at which is been a goal for a long time they're portraying this as a big win for Democrats nationally to heading into twenty twenty David you know Virginia's off year elections tend to get a lot of attention just because they're kind of the only game in town or one of the few games in town and that was especially true this year because just two years ago Democrats made some big gains in the state house didn't quite take that chamber over this year the entire legislature was up for election so flipping Virginia was a big goal for Democrats nationally there's been a lot of investment in these races and a lot of celebration after last night and it comes at the end of what I'm sure you remember was a tough year for Virginia Democrats remember at the black face scandal involving governor Ralph nor them's medical school yearbook and just a cascading series of scandals from the executive branch there so that prompted a lot of concern among Democrats about what that might mean for the selection but they pulled out a big victory and meanwhile the Republican house speaker Kurt **** who narrowly held on to his seat but will not be speaker anymore released a statement congratulating Democrats calling on members to treat each other with respect I mean the big question is there anything we can read from these elections yesterday that would tell us something about twenty twenty I mean overall this is really good news for Democrats of course but you can only read so much from off year elections when turnout is lower you know it's a state by state kind of you have to look at each state individually and of course there's a long way to go between now and election day twenty twenty a long way to go but it's gonna come quickly and here Sam from Richmond Virginia Sir thanks yeah thank you the US Supreme Court today hears a case that could reshape one of the country's most significant environmental laws it centers on a dispute over waste water and coral reefs Hawaii public radio's Ryen Finnerty reports on now we the local government has been injecting treated waste water underground for decades it was viewed as safer and cheaper than discharging waste water into the ocean which would require a permit under the clean water act that's because the nineteen seventy to act regulates the discharge of pollutants into surface waters like oceans lakes and rivers but it does not cover pollution of groundwater but in two thousand six the Hawaii department of land and natural resources found that coral reefs off the coast of West now we were dying at a rapid rate community member suspected injection wells at the local waste water treatment plant were to blame Hannah Bernard is a marine biologist and director of the Hawaii wildlife fund the lead plaintiff in the Supreme Court case we started organizing meetings and sharing information and talking about it and then we gotten patches are EPA the environmental protection agency eventually commissioned a study to find out if there was a physical link between the injection wells and the ocean university of Hawaii geologist Craig gland used colored dye to track where waste water from the injection wells was going he says the results were conclusive I'm debatable evidence that the waste water was reaching from those walls who the coastline Hannah Bernard and other environmentalists sued saying that since the discharge was reaching the ocean the county was violating the clean water act they won twice in federal court but in a similar case from Kentucky a different appeals court disagreed the trump administration is backing now we county in this case a reversal from the obamacare EPA it's part of a broader effort to limit federal water protections in favor of state control David Hank in an attorney representing the Maui plaintiff says the trump administration stance on ground water pollution is a departure from long standing policy really every administration since the enactment of the clean water act versus the trump administration environmentalists say discharging pollution into groundwater is exploiting a loophole and not what Congress originally intended but if the Supreme Court rules in favor of Maui county that loophole could become law for NPR news I'm Brian Finnerty in Honolulu across the country overdose deaths annals of crimes related to methamphetamine are on the rise in Colorado fatal math overdoses have surpassed heroin right now there aren't any drugs approved to help people get off of math but is Colorado public radio's Andrea Dukakis reports some practitioners say there is hope a few years ago methamphetamine became the only thing in the world Melinda McDowell cared about make dalet use drugs like coke for years she'd smoke crack but no math until one night in twenty seventeen when her mother died suddenly of a stroke that night I went over to a neighbor's house and he had crystal meth I was hooked from the first hit that was the biggest hi I had ever experienced then that big high got more and more elusive McDowell smokes more she went from two hundred and forty pounds to a hundred and ten social services took her children away she tried several times to stop but couldn't Miguel started having hallucinations I used to think that there was this black web that was like covering my body kind of like a veil or a treat and I would sit in the mirror and look at it and that would take a nice and try to slice it off then one day Melinda McDowell found herself lying on her bathroom floor figuring she die or killer self she remembered she heard about a woman named Nancy bast a certified addiction counselor and physician's assistant bast had recently opened a recovery center in steamboat springs Colorado close to where McDowell live I called Nancy on her phone and I beg your help me she thought she had group coming out of rising out of her fingers and she was scratching herself and and she was like I don't know what to do the call came at a good time best had just returned from a convention where she'd heard about several studies and the latest research indicates that the same medication that we use for alcohol use disorder naltrexone can help to stop the craving and methamphetamine now tracks own is also used to reduce the cravings for opioids best had McDowell come into the office and started on the drug within like three or four hours I knew something was happening because it'd been like forty eight hours since I'd smoke anything and the withdrawal started going away the Sheik start going away the headaches I wasn't panicking I could feel some relief and that evening I took my second hill and I knew that something was different a few cautionary notes here studies indicate naltrexone will only help some people with methamphetamine addiction and it isn't federally approved for use with math in fact no drug is yet that means healthcare professionals have to prescribe it off label which makes it harder to get insurance to pay for but with math abuse growing scientists have stepped up their testing of several drugs already on the market to see if they or some combination of them are effective with methamphetamine other researchers are trying to develop new drugs my name is Linda to us again and my main research project as trying to discover a novel therapeutic for meth amphetamine use disorders too often is that the university of Kentucky in Lexington methamphetamine releases dopamine in dopamine as the chemical in your brain that makes you feel have a happy and rewarding a fact and what we're trying to do is make a new chemical that will block methamphetamines a fact once again it's been testing the chemical with rodents trained to push a lever to get an IV infusion of methamphetamine once the animals are given the chemicals they start pressing the lever they don't seem to be interested in doing that anymore when our novel compound has been administered Boston says more research is needed back in steamboat springs Melissa make Dallas as getting off math has been arduous even with the medicine which she still takes and she continues to have fears the methamphetamine will lure her back yeah there's always a fear I'm an addict I mean I'm always going to be an addict for the rest of my life even so make del credits the methods for helping her stay sober now for more than a year for NPR news I'm Andrea Dukakis in Denver this is NPR news coming up on morning edition deadly protests in Iraq continue even after the country's prime minister agreed to step down that's in the next segment in the next half hour additional transcripts of testimony is in the house impeachment inquiry highlight the role of the president's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani and his interactions with state department officials more of morning edition for a Wednesday is just ahead my name is Michael state good morning nineteen minutes after three is the time and support for KQED comes from the corporation for public broadcasting and Netflix presenting Martin Scorsese's the Irishman Robert De Niro Al Pacino and Joe Pesci star in the.
"david hanks" Discussed on KOMO
"Eye on these stories with bill o'neill of the editor's desk I'm Tom Hudler labor secretary Alexander Acosta resigning amid scrutiny of his handling of a secret plea deal with a financier accused of sexually abusing underage girls president Donald Trump announcing the news with a cost about his side said he had not after the resignation Acosta was the US attorney in Miami when he oversaw a two thousand eight non prosecution agreement with Jeffrey apps dean who had counted trump and former president Bill Clinton among his powerful friends of Allah Terry evacuation called for Louisiana parish near tropical storm berries expected landfall Saturday St Mary parish president David Hank arrest says many people have already left areas below the Intracoastal Waterway were a voluntary evacuation was called Thursday he says today's voluntary eve act was called after the storm's predicted course shifted a bit west putting the parish on the storm's Arany eastern side an earthquake rattled many people like this morning in the Puget Sound area the magnitude four point six quake hitting just before three AM couple for news photographer Peter modulo felt it I don't know if the quake woke me up poor I was awake to slightly before the earthquake I live on the top floor of my house and the best description I can say is that my washing machine with usually a bad spin cycle it was walking pretty good and I don't know initially what it was but as soon as I figure out earthquake my first thought would make my daughter's down the hall and by the time I got up to think about all this is an earthquake earthquake was over and again I live just about maybe five miles as the crow flies to without the center was **** and am in row once again call news photographer Peter modular describing this morning's quake as shocking as it may be far left Democrats in our country by determined to conceal the number of illegal aliens in our midst president trump reading a statement in the rose garden late yesterday in which an ounce he wouldn't to continue to pursue a citizenship question on the next U. S. census with the latest on this story and whether the White House as an alternative plan I'm joined by A. B. C. Serena Marshall in Washington hello Sir hi Tom so what was the opposition to the question in the first place and who was opposing it well the opposition stems from the fact that the sentence is it mandated by the constitution to count every individual in the United States at every ten years now at the White House said this has been done historically that's actually not factually incorrect they've never in the history in a state at every single citizen but their citizenship wide there every single it'll individual who's been given insensitive treatment what their citizenship what now opponents are saying it by adding this question here would actually get an inaccurate reading of the number of people living in the United States because it's going to scare people from answering at and getting an accurate reading will impact how not just commercial district are assigned but also how federal funding is sold out this went to the court and the court ruled at the Supreme Court ruled that the administration's reasoning for needing to add this question was contrived they said they needed to enforce the voting rights act so they were shot down the president now saying they're not backing away from the spider just going about it a different way but how much really interesting about this is though and the executive order the president announced yesterday it's something that they could have done back in two thousand eighteen it was actually how the census bureau recommended the administration get the information that they want not to buy and then the question of the citizenship not by adding the question of citizenship to the center but instead using administrative record is actually something that some agencies have already been working with the senator on doing including in the department of homeland security which had started working with them more than a month ago on this problem C. B. C. Serena Marshall thanks reticle is to eleven twenty five for the propellants are its business update a look at your money news so many bargains where do you draw the line A. B..
"david hanks" Discussed on KCRW
"Go from the tin or much right now, seventy degrees in Long Beach at four nineteen. This is marketplace, I'm KAI Ryssdal. The big item on the docket tomorrow. At the supreme court of the United States is a long-awaited oral argument on whether the Trump administration can add a citizenship question to the twenty twenty cents is now just about a year away. Most of us know, the census as the ones every ten year headcount of who's here data that use for congressional redistricting and for deciding we're a whole boatload of federal money winds up, but businesses from retailers banks to hospitals use that information as well in the pages of the New York Times today. In fact, the CEO of Nielsen ratings people called census data foundational marketplace. Jack Stewart takes a look at why Nielsen global media is bread and butter is tracking audience numbers for TV shows and figuring out what people by Christine Piz heads up the company's data science and says the not the only industry that needs an accurate count of how many people are in each household and things like how old they many different businesses. Use this information in ways that. People may not even understand or know the senses word all begins. Brian Wallace is from the Queen laundry association case in point he says, young business owner who wants to open a laundromat needs information, such as there are a lot of renters in apartment buildings around. We would utilize the demographic data cold from the census to help us determine things like where are the best locations? Same applies for hospitals cell phones. House and factories. Steven Ruggles at the university of Minnesota. Walmart just doesn't go build a store where there's no people there's got to be a certain number of people in within a certain distance. And that sort of thing he points out. There are other sources of information like the American community survey, but they're all much smaller in scope. Christine says the ten year census is the benchmark for good population. Science and businesses need everyone participating to make a reliable data set. It's gonna make all of our lives heck of a lot harder. If we don't have an accurate set his count there. Just there's just no replacement for good census count. She says the impacts of getting it wrong could lost a decade right up until the next census on Jack Stewart for marketplace. We've been talking to whole lot about the wrath of high-tech IPO's that have been happening. So far this year lift zoom the other day Pinterest as well, here's one that's decidedly low tech. But kind of interesting company called the beyond meat purveyor of the plant based but supposed to look and taste like meat beyond Berger says it's hoping to raise something north of one hundred seventy five million dollars through an initial public offering the company is looking for access to the capital markets because it turns out making a burger that at least tries to resemble. The real thing comes at a pretty high cost. Marketplace's Justin ho has that one getting protein from plan to taste like actual meat is a pretty complicated. Undertaking says Kent Kirshenbaum a chemistry professor at NYU who served on beyond meets advisory board proteins that come from plant. Do not have the same biophysical. Characteristics that proteins coming from muscle tissue of animals, do the beyond burgers starts with protein from Ps giving that the same physical properties as meat like chewing us and juicy nece that required. A lot of costly research and development says David Hanks at Technomic easy, just the veggie patties in the old days. Right Heynckes says beyond meat strategy is to appeal not just vegetarians. But also, the meat eaters who might want to ease up on occasion. In fact, there's already a market for plant based alternatives especially in Europe in parts of Asia. This actually is more developed in other parts of the world than it is here in the states beyond meat says it plans to use the money at raises through its peo- to set up more, manufacturing facilities and conduct. More. Are indeed Ken Kirshenbaum NYU says getting bigger could help it figure out how to make fake meat from something other than peas, we've just scratched the surface on the types of different plant materials that we could source as ingredient in these sorts of. Products. He says beyond meat has plenty of other challenges to overcome right now a half pound of beyond meat retails for seven bucks at whole foods in New York, even so the company lost thirty million dollars last year. I'm.
"david hanks" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Anyway, I digress. So we hit bar east his buck. I think is going to do a great job definitely breaking wind. So in Australia. A an Australian engineer had accused his supervisor Greg short of passing gas breaking wind. Farting whatever you wanna call it, cutting the cheese, whatever going. Synonyms? Near him five to six times a day in David Hanks, small office. So the supervisor would walk in break it break wind and then walk out of the house like something. My brother would do and has done to you. Oh, yeah. Really? We call it like hot boxing crop dusting. Yeah. I it's it's awful. Well, it Chris the behavior. I guess I could see it. If you're thirteen I think perhaps posts Twenty-one might not be ideal brothers forty one, but he acts fourteen. So anyway, it so he was doing this. And so the guy the guy sued for one point three million dollars. But the court dismissed the bullying cases, it was for bullying using he was breaking wind to bully the employee the employee sued for one point three million dollars and and lost. And apparently no longer has the job either. So that so we check off baristas buck breaking wind and let me grab really quick brunch. Just saw this thought thought you'd want to know that the Denver has now set the.
"david hanks" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"david hanks" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"What's going? I talked to me, which on your mind. First of all I want to jump back that Joe Biden sexual assault. Can you put your face on the phone? Hillary wasn't enjoying iovine and feeling her and stuff and. I just like to point out how they were all over Trump when people came out and fabricated sexual assault against him. They call Mary named in the book and then. And Bill Clinton, and Joe Biden, and they tried covering it up the best they could with Joe Biden, we've got verified proof through videos and photos, and they're still they denied for a good twenty years. Now, you're right with Trump. Nobody's got any video of it. Nobody's got any proof of it. Nobody's got you just had a few people saying it and once he won they all went away. Exactly. And I just think it's funny how they keep lying after lying after lying media. And they're still not held accountable for it. Well, we're gonna hold them accountable here. Jane, I appreciate you. That's why I'm always out to to make sure the media's delivering exactly what it is that they promised her delivering now CNN goes after Fox News. I'm you hear about this one. And yeah, I think this one is true they deserve for for somebody to go after him. Fox News is the headline and CNN business. Fox News apologizes for three Mexican countries. Headline there really say that? See this is from Brian Stettler. The guy looks like George Costanza, and is just a horrible. Reporter. I've seen a couple of things skies. Guys that lied to Glenn Beck. What he had him on? This started asking him questions about something completely other than what he said. He wanted to talk about this from CNN from this guy. Typos are a factor television news life, but they're really get more egregious than this Trump cuts aid to three Mexican countries. Read the banner on FOX and friends weekend. Right after the show started at six pm on Sunday. Three Mexican countries. He wrote breathlessly whoever wrote the graphic, obviously, then three Central American countries. The co host reported reported accurately with a graphic was an embarrassment. Several hours later the error went viral on social media coz Henry, addressed it and said, we apologize for the error. It shouldn't have happened the laughs at FOX's expense lasted all day. But there wasn't just laughter. There were serious criticism as well. Some of FOX's detractors said the era was emblematic of ignorance in worse on the Trump on the networks, right wing talk shows. They put it up at President Donald Trump treats the show as it informal intelligence briefing. What an idiot honestly, yes, he's right to call them out on an error. He writes, a call them out that somebody who was so dumb that. They wrote the words three Mexican countries that clearly is wrong. Italy one Mexico period. End of story have a nice day. But to go on this is some deep rooted this that and the other, and it's horrible. And how dare you? This is grotesque. Oh, shut your face. Then there's this polo. Then there's down have you heard? This was a good one. Man who claimed supervisor bullied him by farting atom loses compensation claim there you go. Anything on that just a lot of hot air? Exactly. Right. More than just hot David Hingst claimed his former supervisor would thrust his burn or his bum at him. Him and break wind. It is sustained campaign of militias flatulence. This is for the mirror. I'm not making this up. This is real. Written by Neil Murphy, for goodness sakes. In australia. Samuel turn your mic on. Trillion men who claimed his supervisor bullied him by farting at him. Several times a day has lost a multi-million dollar compensation. Claim David Hanks demanded that his former employer construction engineering pay at one point eight million dollars in damages the engineer alleged that his former supervisor Greg short. Come on break shorts repeatedly broke wind inside their windowless communal office forcing him to move to a new office space the situation continued however as Mr. short would enter his new office at far at his presence. You say they were malicious. So they were angry. He would fart behind me and walk away. He would do this five or six times a day said, Mr. Higgs, he trusted his Beaumont me. Well, well, we he was at work. Come on. Dallas going. Now, you gotta do Bob culture. Imagine if Joe Biden did all that. Oh my goodness. Forget about it. All right. So so over the weekend, they had those invasive he awards.
"david hanks" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"The democrat Minnesota Representative is facing a probe into her campaign spending for complaints that she misused contributions for personal use the campaign. Finance poured. Minnesota's investigating her after the Republican after Minnesota Republican state rep Steve address hausky filed two complaints saying she spent thousands and campaign funds for personal use from she served any Minnesota state legislature. Some of the improper expenditures include payments to her divorce attorney and spending on travel to Boston and Estonia. Oh, good grief. That's that's very. Matt surprise Russia's military mission creep advances to a new front in Africa. Apparently summoned defence regain ferrying nervous about how Russia's expanding out to new to new areas in central African working with that even working with Central African Republic's armed forces a members of trained with Russian consultants as part of their growing influence across Africa. Very we're gonna I'm gonna ask Steven Yates about that coming up max because they're expanded. And it's making some people a little bit nervous. Of course, this is from San Francisco gate. Manage this his bosses flatulence was a form of bullying and as soon for one point two million dollars. Yeah. Fifty six year old David Hanks is a former employee at construction engineering, and he sued the firm for bullying and twenty seventeen saying his supervisor Greg short is accusing him of being a serial offender who thrusted his bum at him. And the of this is an Australia, according to their press, he's seeking damages of one point two million dollars. And he said that he would come in and bully bullying manner pass gas at him. Okay. Now, they actually have to define that. Which is very interesting. The Washington Examiner reports how NASA. Was revealing that there is they discovered a new planet and a whole host of stars that.
"david hanks" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The democrat Minnesota Representative is facing a probe into her campaign spending after complaints that she misused contributions for personal use the campaign finance board. Minnesota's investigating her after the Republican after Minnesota Republican state rep Steve address Ascii file to complaints saying she spent thousands in campaign funds for personal use. When she served in the Minnesota state legislature. Some of the improper expenditures include payments to her divorce attorney and spending on travel to Boston and Estonia. Oh, good grief. That's that's very. I'm not surprised. Russia's military mission creep advances to a new front in Africa. Apparently summoned defends are getting very nervous about how Russia's expanding out to a new to new areas in central African I in working with the even working with Central African Republic's armed forces a members of trained with Russian consultants is a part of their growing influence across Africa. Very we're gonna I'm gonna ask Steven Yates about that coming up max because they're expanding and it's making some people a little little bit nervous. Of course, this is from San Francisco gate. You manage this his bosses flatulence was a form of bullying and assuming for one point two million dollars. Yeah. Fifty six year old David Hanks's, a former employee at construction engineering, and he sued the firm for bullying in two thousand seventeen Saint his supervisor Greg short is accusing him of being a serial offender who thrusted his bum twelfth at him. And the this is an Australia. According to their press, he seeking damages of one point two million dollars. And he said that he would come in and in a bullying bullying manner pass gas at him. Okay. Now, they actually have to define that. Which is very interesting. The Washington Examiner reports how NASA. Was revealing that there is they discovered a new planet and a whole host of stars that actually could support life the trans this the transiting exoplanet survey satellite began last April and ASA says that they've already made some exciting discoveries. Scientists working with the program say they discovered a new planet about the size of Saturn. It rotates around host started close distance. So it's very high temperatures on the planet. But they say they have a catalog of stars more than eighteen hundred which might be prospects for supporting life. Some of them are slightly larger than earth, and they might exist in the habitable zone of the star. They say that there's a subset about four hundred and eight stars at might support planets about the size of earth and have comparable levels of radiation. Interesting. We have a lot more coming up. Steven Yates joining us. Stay tuned. Are you losing sleep from having to fix your fitted sheets that aren't so fitted anymore,.
"david hanks" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Scott. The smallest finish snack. I've ever seen. He is not a long ball hitter. But I saw him today. Well, we don't really know there could still have been some Russia colors. Sick sick sick people at all of the current and former officials who paid for promoted and perpetuated the single greatest hoax in the history of politics in our practice. They have to be I'm sorry. They have to be accountable. So you heard President Trump mentioned Representative Adam Schiff, there Republicans and the White House and tencent buying their calls Thursday for the democratic Representative to step down at came into full view, though with a house intelligence committee hearing on Russian election interference Republicans on the committee directly confronted shift, and he fired back willingness to continue to promote a demonstrably false narrative is alarming the findings of the special counsel conclusively refute your past and present, assertions, and expose you as having abused your position to knowingly promote false information, heavy damage to the integrity. And undermine the faith in the United States government. Is this your actions both passionate president for incompatible with your duty? As chairman of this committee, which alone in the house rubber Senator says the obligation authority to provide effective oversight of the US intelligence community as such we have no faith in your ability to discharge your duties in a commander consistent with your constitutional responsibility and urged your media resignation as chairman of the committee. My colleagues may think it's okay that the Russians offered dirt on a democratic candidate for president is part of what was described as the Russian government's effort to help the Trump campaign. You might think that's okay. My colleagues might think it's okay that when that was offered to the son of the president had a pivotal role in the campaign that the president's son did not call the FBI he did not adamantly refuse that foreign help. No. Instead that son said that he would love to help with the Russians. You might say. That's all okay. You might say. That's just what. You need to do to win. But I don't think it's okay. I think it's immoral. I think it's unethical. I think it's unpatriotic, and yes, I think it's corrupt and evidence of collusion. Now. I have always said that the question of whether this amounts to proof of conspiracy was another matter whether the special counsel could prove beyond a reasonable doubt the proof of that crime would be up to the special counsel. And I would accept this decision. And I do he's a good and honorable man. And he is a good prosecutor. But I do not think that conduct criminal or not is. Okay. And the day we do think that's okay is the day. We will look back and say that is the day America lost its way attorney general William bars findings were relieved shift this week is repeated his assertion that evidence of collusion in what he calls plain sight. He says molars failure to find a criminal conspiracy with Russia does not absolve the Trump campaign. A federal judge is striking down the Trump administration's highly. Doubted small business health insurance plan calling it an end run around consumer protections of the ruling Thursday in Washington is the second setback in a week for the administration's healthcare initiatives on Wednesday. Another federal judge blocked, Medicaid work requirements for low income people at issue in the latest ruling are these so-called association health plans in which businesses and sole proprietors can band together it offer low cost coverage that doesn't provide all of the benefits required under the Affordable Care Act. President Trump is hailed the small business plan is a big success. But the impact is difficult to measure, and of course, this is part of the administration's plan to undo ObamaCare. So these are two big setbacks for the Trump administration in that quest. We do know the Trump administration wants to print court to decide whether or not ObamaCare is unconstitutional following that ruling from a Texas judge in that ruling came after the tax law eliminated the individual mandates. Well in other news this morning here on America's First News. And Australian appeals court has dismissed a bullying case it was brought by an engineer who accused his former supervisor of repeatedly breaking wind the Victoria state court of appeal upheld the supreme court judges ruling that even if engineer David Hanks allegations were true flatulence doesn't necessarily constitute bullying. Thanks, a said he would take his case to the high court Australia's final court of appeal. He wants one point three million in damages Hanks told the court that is supervisor would walk behind him and break wind at least five or six times a day because he thought it was funny. And I ask you again, where do you get this kind of information this early in the morning and anywhere? But here we've all had that buddy. Right. That that thought that.
"david hanks" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"So I saw I saw him. In the face. Real. You just don't really understand why here's driving home from work and somebody walks out in the middle street into. You too. Why? Kids are so traumatized by violence, teaching thirty years. And. America's kids are just. Anxious for them to have the teachers. I wanna make sure I don't know where I look this filming. But I want to make sure the kids know, I'm okay? Be and I love them. Yeah. The gunman after opening fire on Deborah John next fired into a King County metro bus striking the driver, then approached another vehicle that it slowed down shot again killing the fifty year old behind the wheel and then taking off police say Thirty-three-year-old tad Norman, then crashed head on into another vehicle killing the seventy year old man driving. Norman was taken into custody earlier this week following a brief standoff. Police says I mentioned have said it appears he walked out into his neighborhood in just randomly opened fire. Well, another news this morning here on America's First News on Australian appeals court has dismissed a bullying case brought by an engineer who accused his former supervisor of repeatedly breaking wind the Victoria state court of appeal upheld US Supreme Court judges ruling that even if engineer David Hanks allegations were true flatulence doesn't constitute bullying Hanks said he will take his case to the high court Australia's final court of appeal. The fifty six year old is seeking one point three million bucks in damages Hanks told the court that supervisor would walk behind him and break wind at least five or six times a day because he thought it was funny. And I have to ask you folks, where else do you get this guy? Kind of information this early in the morning, we've all had that friend, right? That that that maybe you haven't. I don't know the guys I used to run with. I think everybody knows that one guy that thinks that's funny. And I don't know maybe when you're thirteen it is but not in the workplace as an adult..
"david hanks" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Maybe in the Houston area. Did you know the guy? No, not know. So he's looking for one point two million dollars in damages. The lawsuit was thrown out last year because they said, well, even if the flatulence happened, it would not necessarily amount to bullying, there were also some questions about whether or not this guy, David Hanks is the person who was the party in that point. Or in this case, there was awesome questions about whether or not he also bullied the boss back because apparently he would call him, Mr. stinky and spray deodorant on him. Okay. So there were some maybe back and forth. But David hangs also would focused on harassing phone calls that he allegedly got from his former boss, okay? So harassing phone calls and farted on. Yes. Is way worse than spraying some deodorant back to Mr. stinky? Well, I would think so too. But he is he is now appealing it. And they're going to be hearing the case now panel of judges heard it this week, and they're going to be issuing a final ruling about whether or not the lawsuit can move forward on Friday and you have Google alert set up. Right. I I do. Of course. Thank you. Because Mr. Hicks told the panel of judges this week, he trusted his bum at me while he was at work. He would fart behind me. And then walk away. He would do this five or six times a day the old crop dusting. See that is rude, man. I don't know what you call bullying, or what your definition is. But if you can't do anything about it. There is a level on down with him calling bullying. He says I would be sitting with my face to the wall, and he would come into the room, which was small and had no windows. You would. Little little squeaker out and then walk away close the door. And then laugh, yes, lock the door. She you can't get out. I don't know. He wouldn't lock the door. All right. Yeah. I know it didn't he say somewhere that had caused him quote, severe stress. Yes. Said that the flatulence caused him severe stress and all of this should still be taken into account as the judges decide whether or not his one point two million dollar lawsuit can move forward. Now. Listen, we always asked this question about the lawsuits. We do. Would it be worth it? Like most of the time. You're talking about losing a pinkie or something like that. How much would it cost one point two million dollars seems a little bit high farted on how long would you have to put up with that? Like just the boss can walk in at any time crop dust and leave. What say it's a six month window. That's all you had to deal with it. Yeah. One point two million. Oh, yeah. What's the figure the little brother and my family, right? I got way worse. I mean stuff I can't get into on this show. Like, okay. Jockstrap around the face. Here's your new gas mask. How do you like it was my Cup? But how might nothing for that? Let's let's go look at it. The other way how much would it take for you to say for six months? I'm gonna have my boss walking in my room five or six times a day, crop dust and walk out. What would be the dollar amount for six months? We throw me a dollar figure ten thousand dollars. It'd be more. I'd do it for ten. You. Do it for ten for six months. Added onto the salary. Yeah. You cried just out of pride twenty. Put another five on that. So for twenty five grand. Maybe you would you would. I've dealt with worse. Yeah. Twenty five grand would be very generous. I would think well, it's a big family vacation. I mean, that's an all time. That's well. That's yeah. I mean, that's that for six months and putting up with that. I used to shovel hog manure how bad could this bay? Well, that's why that's where I'm at with the ten grand. I mean, ten grand seems. That's okay. I'll just buy for breeze. I don't know man said I had an older brother who is cruel when I was growing up. So you're dealing with the same. Oh, I got crop dusted for free for twelve years of my life..
"david hanks" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Jamie Markley David van Camp, David. We'll talk about a lot of things happening in the news. Russia collusion. Jesse small Ed Michael Evan naughty. Green new deal. I'm not saying that none of these will have some sort of impact on your life. But if you're in the situation where you gotta go to work every day and some guy like your boss is farting on you the rest of those issues. Don't matter. That's very true. I mean, people tend to get tunnel vision in their own lives. Right. No doubt guy in Australia. Is appealing in Australian court ruling tossed out his lawsuit against his former employer because he said he was bullied by his ex boss who repeatedly farted on him. Remember, there was a guy in the United States that did this to in Texas. Yeah, I think he was at a car dealership, maybe in the Houston area. Did you know the guy? No, no. So he's looking for one point two million dollars in damages. The lawsuit was thrown out last year because they say, well, even if the flatulence happened it would not necessarily amount to bullying there. Also awesome questions about whether or not this guy, David Hanks is the person who was the forty in that point, or in this case, there was awesome questions about whether or not he also bullied the boss back because apparently he would call him mister, stinky and spray deodorant on them. Okay. So there was a maybe back and forth, but David hang also would focused on harassing phone calls that he allegedly got from his former boss, okay? So harassing phone calls in farted on. Yes. Is way worse than spraying some deodorant back to Mr. stinky? Well, I would think so too. But he is he is now appealing it. And they're going to be hearing the case now panel of judges heard it this week, and they're going to be issuing a final ruling about whether or not the lawsuit can move forward on Friday. Google alert set up right? I I do. Of course. Thank you. Because Mr. Hicks told the panel of judges this week he thrusted his bum at me while he was at work. He would fart behind me. And then walk away. He would do this five or six times a day the old crop dusting. See that is rude, man. I don't know what you'd call bullying, or what your definition is. But if you can't do anything about it there a level I'm down with him calling bullying. He says I would be sitting with my face to the wall, and he would come into the room, which was small and had no windows or willow squeaker out and then walk away close the door. And then laugh yes, locked the door. So you can't get out. I don't know. He wouldn't lock the door. All right. Yeah. I know it didn't he say somewhere that it'd cost him quote, severe stress. Yes. Said that the flatulence caused him severe stress and all of this should still be taken into account as the judges decide whether or not his one point two million dollar lawsuit can move forward. Now. Listen, we always asked this question about the lawsuits. We do. Would it be worth it? Like most of the time. You're talking about losing a pinkie or something like that. How much would it cost one point two million dollars seems a little bit high on how long would you have to put up with that? Just the boss can walk anytime crop dust and leave what say it's a six month window. That's all you had to deal with it. Yeah. One point two million. Oh, yeah. What's the the little brother and my family, right? I got way worse. I mean stuff I can't get into on this show. Like, okay. Jockstrap around the face. Here's your new gas mask. Do you like it? Here's my Cup. But how many nothing for that? Let's let's look at it. The other way how much would it take for you to say for six months? I'm gonna have my boss. This is required. Monthly two of the emergency alert system. Had this been an actual emergency or a dangerous situation official methods.
"david hanks" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Sixty K SF. Oh, okay. Let's check out some of the other stories in the news would love the headline of this man insists bosses flatulence was a form of bullying. And is suing for one point two mil. Oh my gosh. If he wins. They're gonna be some people who trouble. Oh, yeah. Hey, it'll probably be a lot of lawsuits to follow that one. If he wins. Yes, I can do this. This is a fifty six year old David Hanks, he's a former employee at construction engineering. Hengst sued his old company for bullying. They said he was bullied in twenty seventeen. He accuses his supervisor grey short. Who is referred to as Mr. stinky? Of being a serial offender. Who would regularly thrust his bum at him. Oh. He got into it. Wow. Yeah. He was making this a movement. I would be sitting with my face to the wall, and he'd come into the room, which was small it had no windows. He would fart behind me. And then walk away. He would do this five or six times a day. Man. This guy's got quite the operation going. We'd better stop with the story or else we're going to give the other stations ideas because we're in a room with no windows as well. I'm just kinda curious. And and we know how they feel about us. Exactly. I'm just curious. How does the guy build up that much gas on a daily basis? Maybe it's a lot of beef in other cal- farts. Maybe it's in the food. I I'm very serious do some people. They're probably there's probably like some gastroenterologist that can call up and tell us how does this work. Why is it that some people have more gas than others? And why is it the various foods that some people say 'cause gas don't 'cause he s and others. Do you like you're always we always told beans the magical fruit? Bean. So bothered me. And I ate them all the time. I had beans daily. I I don't have this problem. Yeah. Some people and some people don't I don't get is there a gastro in the house for one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred gave a buddy who can do it on command. I'm like. Yeah. He does he has lit on fire. And it's. Buying by that, I know sure. Because you can you can you can scorcher crotch..