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"daycare center" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"daycare center" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"I've seen enough. I've seen enough so a couple issues. I'd like to bring to the table gentleman point of clarification. This is again. What the mother says. Point of clarification. I'm not upset with his daycare. They are attempting to comply with the mandate and that is our problem and that is why we are still stuck where we are stuck because a mother who knows that this is wrong inherently. She knows that this is wrong. Or she wouldn't have posted it but she won't do anything about it and neither will the daycare because everyone says just following orders. I'm done with if you think. This is child abuse. Then you are complicit in the child abuse for continuing to allow your child back at this daycare this work for the nazis doesn't work police dot your while work now. This hold on just following orders. Look many hate your kids. I've learned this over the course of this last year. Some chain when it comes to the pandemic that a lot of y'all haas side on the internet front and fake in front of you friends and if you care so much about your children and you want to do everything you can for them actually do not and you actually hate them. Despite you knowing what. These daycares and public education systems are doing it doesn't matter who mandated despite you knowing all of that you still drop your kids off at the at the Really to be fair. These are probably the only places that they're ever going to ever experienced things like this when it comes to this sort of abuse yet despite knowing that y'all continue to drop them off there and we keep having these weird here on the show. Because weirdoes out there were. I gotta work. I gotta do all this stuff. So i can't make you have children. I told you if you think. I would have a month if i saw that air and that was my child i would be going to rock bottom net chick through table like that. What's going to happen. And maybe i will go to jail for a few days. It was a hundred percent worth it. But you guys know what's going on your record again. Maybe i'll go scream at the daycare center or the school board. And that's that's all good but come monday. You're going to steal drop them on here and not ain't gonna do nothing about it and that's why we continue to lose not just on this issue but a multitude of issues because you too chicken almost said somebody to chicken coop to do what it takes you hate your kids. Go admit it. It's true and it is child abuse and anybody who's okay with that is complicit in child abuse children especially that young. Don't need to be walking around with a face covering they can't even get a lot of the bad symptoms from the virus to begin with and on top of that kids need to see each other for proper development. That's kind of how it works. And your stunting entire generation of development just because it makes you feel better because you're just insane because you believe every single thing that the experts and the media have been saying about this disease and it is a problem and the fact is you're one hundred percent right when you say that the right keeps losing because we just are not willing to put up a fight and it's so true because it's not just this issue but a lot of issues the right is just willing to sit there and take it because they say. Oh it's principles. Oh it's the just the daycare you can't blame them. You absolutely should be blaming them. Followed had outside their store. We don't want to not follow the rules. They have a sign printed off their stupid printer at home and they and they put posted it up with scotch tape. How can we possibly not follow the rules. Exactly right every time like. That's what's so frustrating about it. It's that we know. It's coming from pressured by way of the government and if the people that are inbetween. 'cause that governor it's not like she's the one enforcing it right right it's not it's daycare centers. Maybe if the top so if the child chooses not to cop show here forces. It's those minions that are agents of the state effectively. That'll making making that happen. So you act as an extension of them if the people within any geographical here it doesn't matter if here or there doesn't matter if they say you know what no more idiots today it has and this isn't a complicated issue like mitch and people on a on the right one. But it's not that complex and though it's not that easy no. It is easy to chicken. Crab wouldn't he's done. And by the way as we wrap this up i just want to reiterate daycare That is fine. Following these orders and pudding mask on that toddler. Who obviously is having a problem with it and should not be masked by the way that's just science alright so don't take it up with me take it up with science and daycare. Who is fine with. Doing that. Does not actually care about your children does not care about your children k. I'd just like to say that all right. We've got more to come and we need to take a break. So that i can cool off and not have my head explode. I we want to thank our sponsor uprising food. Who i love love love. Love love you guys know me here at the blaze. I'm like the the nutrition guru here at the blaze. I annoy everyone. Because i'm super into it. I lost a bunch of wait a long time ago. And i got very into health and nutrition. What's making people sick What is making people gain weight and uprising. Food is like right in line with all of this. Their mission is to liberate all of us from a broken food system. That is stealing our health. You wanna talk about The real problem here. 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"daycare center" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"daycare center" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

"I mean yeah. She's good person she's like actually i. I stood up. And i saved your mom's spot on the student council like It was all me. And it's like okay way to like take that narrative i i mean it's brings us full circle to remember me right. You're still here. Remember me exactly but that's still watch and it's like it would be cute if it wasn't for everything else like in another context it would be like you know i dunno. What else are you supposed to say. Someone needs met sydney literally just like lake set off a bomb and walked away from this town. Yeah for sure i so. He's like proud of it. Sydney said that she heard bockman resigned because he'd been punished by the mayor in the school committee for the pact thing and as of now none of the eighteen girls admitted to being in a packed. There's a long waiting lists at high school daycare center and she suspects that at least one girl will drop out because she didn't get a spot at the daycare but then she also thinks that most girls will learn that nothing will turn out the way they expected and that they launch themselves journey. It's more difficult than they ever imagined. And we see. Sarah lake just sitting in the courtyard school and jesse walks by and she led lights up and he grabs girl with pink t-shirt that setting ahead of her and it's just like it's so rough out And then We see sarah giving birth playing with their baby on the bedroom. Florence baby girl They need to help. Young girls prevent pregnancy and support them. So that if they do give birth to them what every new parent deserves to hear. Congratulations on the new baby. We wish you both nothing but joy. I mean what do we think. Pregnancy part the message has been muddled. Like so i can agree with the conclusion like yes. We should do what we can to prevent teen pregnancy. In the event that a teen mother does choose to keep her baby. We need to make sure that we're able to support this person in the shout right But a- the way they got to that conclusion. I feel didn't make sense. It of it was focused on the whole like. This is a societal issue. Like what do we do. we do to prevent. What did you prevent this. It's like i don't know the logical conclusion in this movie is what sydney ends up with the end right. Also it's not really something you can finger on like. Wow considering everyone's point of views right like they barely the fact that no one in this movie got an abortion is very interesting because that's three obvious options. We saw people considering You know adoption. We heard sydney say that. She got a fake out. Abortion it felt like very much Lake like the they wanted to somehow preserver. Like have some sort of honor in it so that this would be something that like christian parents could show their children. Yeah i can see that. Yeah because abortion is never really considered to be a a real legitimate option right and everybody everybody even like you know. Everybody who abortion is is offered to is like absolutely not. I never would like you know. There's new absolutely nobody who even like takes a moment to consider. It is being an option. Except for jesse's dad but he's already set up as being asshole in the movie right and like the only character that like. It's something that you could say like. Oh they talk about abortion but like it turns out. The character didn't actually have once. She keep the baby per adoption and also abortion the abortion storyline. with jesse's. Dad is definitely like i think a way to kind of like a another know about Jesse's father's wealth 'cause specifically he will pay for your abortion so it was like set up in a way that's just seems like it seems like it but it's like well i dunno know it's it's an option right right immune it definitely is like you can see how like in a christian youth group if they watched us be like the father represents the devil right because he only cares about the greed of his. Try like you know we as greed about child like. That's exactly what they would. Yeah and and the so. I would say that this is like honestly what i watch says. If i wasn't hosting this podcast maybe if i if it happened to be on tv. Maybe definitely had seen this before. And i wanted it to be juicier in less of like a cautionary tale but whenever there's a movie about teen pregnancy the audience is primarily teens That is like who the movie is made for at like on a base level. Nine hundred hundred ten so it has to be something accommodating. I feel you know. I wish that it was more i know. I wish it was more raw. But i agree. Yeah overall pretty good. Let me check. Imdb for any leg fun nuggets who yes okay Well the only trivia is satirically based on a true story. I don't know if i would say satirically who i do know this. I don't know if this'll be on. Imdb but there is a french movie that is about the pregnancy pact called seventeen girls. Oh really and i watched it like years ago. i remember. It had definitely having a of dark tone to it in a little bit more of a juicy edginess to it. That's so interesting. did it take place in. The states was at like based off the real thing so took place in france. Actually so it's inspired more by like the event or just the concept of you know seventeen girls entering into a pregnancy pact But not specifically in in massachusetts. Why love that I love that. Okay so factual errors and reality. There was no pregnancy pact locker. High a couple girls who were friends agreed to help each other raise their babies when they discovered they were pregnant in the school. Principal in the media distorted this being agreement to get pregnant at the same time. Sydney bloom claims that teen pregnancy rates are going up across the country however data from the cdc seats that teen pregnancy is at its lowest rate since the nineteen eighties. You got that When lands the stick to the nurse read the nurses not wearing gloves and holds by both ends one of which is supposed to have been urinated on notice that it's pretty gross. Let me let me see if there's a great review they change the imdb website. a lot. And i feel like a lot of resentment about it same. It's very confusing. Oh another lifetime loser. This is by jazz fan. Nineteen forty eight. This is a gave it a two out of ten. I cannot believe. I wasted time watching this waiting for it to get better even make some sense. I'm afraid this could be a career killer for some talented people who obviously needed a paycheck. The only valuable lesson religion driven communities tend to be so complacent in smug that instead of embracing their children building values. They actually just set them adrift in life with absolutely no clues about sacks slash sexuality with or without birth control career and family life or the nitty gritty facts about pregnancy and parenthood with or without abortion parenthood with or without a. That's great it all easy to get into some sociopolitical issues here but to refocus on the movie. It's sufficient to say that. It's poorly plotted badly. Written photographed.

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"daycare center" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"daycare center" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"But it's a pretty. I mean stanford lost on the road washington lost inexplicably There were a couple of other Arizona law some terrible losses in the pac twelve. And just think that that's one of the league's like the acc though we'll providing the new alliance with with so many quality crossover games in the future lech. Let's let's check out greg. Who is up next. Hey greg hey how you doing today greg. We're doing well thank you. I enjoyed your conversation with laura on friday. if you ever wanna call host. I think she would be the first and fourth that or you want to do a johnny carson. Ed mcmahon. he underscores your greg. That problem with is we. We had our inner four years ago. We can no longer afford her. She is She's moved on to the big time. Who although i did recognize her studio Cocoa weeks ago issue doing it out of her car there but the day the essence today the sec officially admitted oklahoma and texas. I had joe tessa. Tor and laura on at the same time. Joe is a family place in upstate. New york in laura was in the carpool line at her daughters. I don't even know what to do. Daycare center okay. Yeah so School but i don't think two year olds go to nursery school now. No i don't think so. But i talked to you last November about though. Nick is Heavy plateaued or was it a coaching issue. But i think this year i. In this one scrimmage game he showed a lot of discipline and maturity and the pocket He did twenty out of twenty two only for two quarters. I think he played in the third but The maturity from last year to this year was a hundred percent. The line look good. They pretended him in the pocket The fundamentals were there. Which i think we're missing last year. He looked like a different quarterback. And i think the one thing he needed was confidence and he's got that now. I'm really happy for him. Thank you for the call. We're heading to a break. We will head to atlanta momentarily and talk to molly mcgrath. There is one more football game. This labor day weekend molly will be part of the broadcast crew tonight listening to the paul. Finebaum show podcast. Goodyear believes in the power of moving forward. No matter if it's on the track the court or the field movement makes us want to be more. It pushes us to go further to.

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"daycare center" Discussed on EconTalk

EconTalk

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"daycare center" Discussed on EconTalk

"Other so saying i want some alternative to the moral order of markets. Will you have to tell me what it is and how it's going to work because i'm skeptical so i did you bring up the daycare center because commodification is supposed to change the way that we act. It destroys a moral community. The daycare center was a moral community. We all did the right thing because we knew each other. Okay but the price mechanism becomes a moral order. Commodification can give us an alternative. That actually means that we can all operate within the system where prices give us information. I you know. I've talked about come out of occasion with some guests before on the program. I don't like the daycare center example because people conclude it means that prices don't work shocking. You raise the price a little bit. Some what you've done is as you pointed out very eloquent. Leave changed the product in this case. You change the expectations. I bet i could find a price increase. That would get people to churn time at five o'clock. I might have a business because people might be so nervous that they couldn't get their reliably by five o'clock that they would want to use the service. There's there's there's going to be trade-offs there. But i think people i think have made the wrong conclusion from that one time example Hit our rooms down the program saying this obviously couldn't have taken place in israel because there's no way somebody shows up at five two. It's going to pay a twenty dollar fine or even a twenty shackled find so anyway put that aside the reliability that one example but i think the point is interesting about wendy we use financial incentives material incentives versus norms and other ways of organizing interactions. There was a implicit contract at that daycare center. The you should come by five. People were evidently violating it. Coming at five oh five. Five three five fifteen imposing costs on others to avoid having caused some of their own of getting there at the right time four fifty nine so i understand how that could be that that that could deteriorate. That's that's situation and you their different ways you can solve it. You can pick a high of price that it discourages it. You could use shame there you know. There are many many ways to To to Improve that that situation but the moral order that you're talking about. I think a lot of people would say i hear it all the time. Actually well that's all sounds good. Slaughter romance about division of labor and blah blah blah monger. What about the fact that there's people are hungry and don't have much. What good great idea. About the divisional labor futile. Bring enough skills to the marketplace. You make if you're lucky the minimum wage. If you're you can't find work. How do you defend that attack. On the morning. I actually went to make it a little more general so i think what separates you and me a few things but what separated me from people who feel otherwise about the market is the idea that i am willing to tolerate some unattractive outcomes that could be somebody not getting ice in the aftermath of a natural disaster because they've chosen not to afford it or they literally can't afford it another example that we've talked about before it could be they're gonna be support people who don't have any skills that they bring to that market that divisional labor. Are we just going to say. Yeah that's life that markets or there's the answer i think for you and me. We don't pretend that markets were perfectly. We say the alternative to that is something that will have features. You may not like either. Is that a fair summary of how it's fair summary about. I feel about as good friend. Pete becky always says we need to be comparative us and so a comparative is going to say. Tell me what other system would systematically performed better. and so. here's my says. I'm going to give you my system. I want markets everywhere except that says accepted that coroner right in the aftermath of a natural disaster. And then i'm gonna pick a few other places. This person his his or her skills only worth four dollars an hour and i think that's human so i want ten and i'm not gonna let you sell your kidney because even though it's yours in many senses i don't think that's good for our moral order elsewhere. Many many people would pick particular examples over. They would intervene. I don't like that. Trade is destroying the way of life of a group of people. I like driverless cars if they actually calm because they're going to put millions of cab drivers out of work and those people will struggle to find something else. Are you gonna let those changes happen or you're going to stop them. Notice that those who would argue for that position are are imagining. And i literally mean imagining because it's an imaginary alternative that they can have all the features of a system that they pretty much like except they'll change only those things that they don't like about it and so that's a very difficult problem in fact the most that we can probably hope for is general sets of rules and so i try to teach my students that they should think in terms of rule utilitarianism rule utilitarianism means. There's relatively small number of focal point. Sort of shelling points. There's a way that we can organize line. A selling point is a particularly salient feature two more weeks. I'm going to go to prague in the czech republic and in the czech republic the tale of king. vince loss. Invensys law square is known as the place where everyone goes to meet if you're lost and so it just. It was a particularly salient place to go meet. If i don't the sellings example was you have to meet someone in the us. You're not sure when or where you would meet at midnight on new year's eve in times square or somewhere that everyone can think of well institutions are the same way but we all have conflicting plans and purposes. There's many different things that we all want to accomplish. There's a relatively small number of rules in a market system is one that constitute a way of organizing society that allows kind of self-correcting adjudication or reconciliation of conflicting plans and purposes. I want to do this..

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"daycare center" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show

Fun Time Horror Show

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"daycare center" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show

"Dc daycare center rated for pimping children to elite pedophile and the author says this is nothing new but just has never been dealt with until now with the presidency of donald trump so this turns into a story about child trafficking for the elite. That's so much bigger than just the term. Pedophilia a huge underground criminal operation involving kidnapping in the selling of our children. A story that involves mayors judges senators to presidents and even royalty part for child lovers everywhere. We started in haiti in two thousand ten. There was a huge earthquake. You might remember during the catastrophes chose to use it as an opportunity to smuggle out over thirty of haiti's children and the women that would be arrested had the name. Laura geller silsbee. According to laura all of the children were kids that had been orphaned and were being taken into the us for adoption later on during an investigation. Most of the children were not bound to be orphans or were found to not be orphans and later they were actually returned to their parents and most of the kids had no adoption papers. Either they had simply been stolen. So who is laura geller. Silsbee according to the group alert since she is the vp of marketing she leads product marketing business planning and outbound communications for alert. Since or at least she did and who is alert since well. They're the ones that provide the technology for the amber alert system. Amber.

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"daycare center" Discussed on Run That Prank

Run That Prank

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"daycare center" Discussed on Run That Prank

"Coming up at the top of the hour right about four minutes after. It's my strawberry letter for today. The subject dating with diabetes. Yes andy brown nick. We're looking at you for you know all know. We'll get into the strawberry letter in just a bit. But right now the nephew. It's here with today's prank phone. Call what you got for. Its nath adult day care. Yeah that exists in cash out didn't no adult daycare. Let's go hello hello. I'm trying to reach mysteriously. Yes this is. Sharon sharon sarah. My name is evan. I'm giving you a call from Adult daycare okay. Here my my name. Is evan. And i got your number and all your information here on file It looks like you're going to be joining us starting on monday. So we're excited to have you. And i i wanted to give you a call and kind of give you the lay of the land of what we have here and how how much fun you're gonna have been here most of the day With the cell from my understand is you're going to be here probably the majority of this year. What are you talking. What are you talking about being there. Where being the the adult daycare adult day care. Where where's that. What are you okay. You said you name it. And then my name is evan. Yes ma'am and daughter is diane. That's you know my doors. yes well. She's the one that has you signed up. You're going to be at the adult day care. So i'm assuming she's going to be dropping you off every morning and i know about hang on a second all right first of all. I don't know who you are. You don't know who i am. I don't know how the you know who my daughter is. But this is this is really Inappropriate and weird. And like you're trying to get what do you what do you what you want money. Are you like a solicitor. No no no no. No no no not at all share. No i'm your daughter has signed you up to here at the adult daycare during the day. So i you're talking about. There's no way she would do that. Don't they hear. What do i need to. Don't they care for. So what evidently you home alone most of the time during the day. If i'm home alone why are you asking me that you're trying to break into my house. No i'm not sure i okay. I'm hooked up to that Nine one one thing. Like i just do a panicle right now. And they'll trace this call and they come to you and the rest you because you are harassing me. Note okay mysterious. I'm not harassing you. Your daughter diane came in yes. She signed you up for to go to this care monday. She's worked so she's going to be dropping you off and then she'll pick you up in the evenings on her way home from work. I got that from. I don't know who told you that. Yeah you got my daughter's name. This is freaking me out. You know a little bit over here. I've been. I don't know why you know my name. You know my daughter's name This is like the only remind nodules name. This machine is because she came in and gave all the information and she has paid for you to come to the built daycare on a daily here that i hear you sound like a nice guy. You know what. I mean like your slu. You got a nice voice. You're you're you know like you know what to say. I don't know who the hell you are. All i know we talking about. I'm not going to know daycare center. I'm not going to a daycare center. 'cause i'm fine. Just get that through your head. There's nothing wrong with me. i stay home. I got a dog. I walked the dog. I go grocery shopping. My daughter comes over everything starring. I don't know daycare center. Okay understand what i'm saying is there. Is there a reason why she would sign you up man. She must teach she must be looking out for your best. You know you're helping me. Are you single. My wife single. Are you married. What does that have to do it. Anyway i'm not coming in daycare center right evan. Like if you wanna come to my house and you live you can miss. I'm switching it up. I don't need to come to your home. I'm more concerned about making sure you're comfortable here at the adult daycare when you get here on monday coming there. That's it. i'm not coming there because there's nothing wrong with me that coming out of my house but i'll pay you. I don't know like i. I like your voice. I just like voice miss. Wait a minute machine How old how old are you Fifty fifty you ever been with an eighty nine year old lady. Wow wow nine and you sound really nice. That's all like i. I'm scared of you and i. I wasn't really honest. I was scared. And now i'm not like an ally just not you know what i mean like you. Just yeah but k. So well this is the you be at the day like you. 'cause i i like to i i'll be at daycare when you arrive on monday but i mean I i won't be able to. Oh i like that miss sharon. That's nice okay. So so i should. I reach out to diane about this tour. Returned to her sir. Richard okay. Well you're not gonna get. Yeah you're not gonna come in monday right. Oh that'd be there just might miss the senate. It's not about me. It's about you coming in and you're gonna. This is where you're going to be Monday through friday from. Yeah and all right you know. There's there's there's there's other people your age here there's a lot of ladies your age and a lot of men your age here. I'm not into ladies. I'm not gonna wait. I didn't i. I'm not yeah not anyway. I'm in the. I'm into you g I think it's a situation. Let your your daughter doesn't want you to be by yourself. Yeah you could. I call you back back. Let me go back in a couple of minutes on the and i got pulled off thing. This is the first this happened to me. Okay missa. Can i tell you who i am. Imf you taught me from the steve harvey morning. Show your daughter. Diane got me to prank call you but i promise you. You different prophecy. Different i- privacy on different here. Really to steve harvey like the guy on tv. That's gotta here. He is gorgeous and call me back right all right. Okay i love you. Oh my god it on my goodness. I was scared now. Now china hollow long..

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"daycare center" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"daycare center" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"This is this is really Inappropriate and weird and like to get what do you what do you want money. Are you like a solicitor. No no no no. No no no no. I'm your daughter has signed you up to here at the adult daycare doing the day so to what you're talking about the way she would do that adult daycare. What do i need to. Don't pay careful. So what evidently you home alone. Most of the time during the day home alone why he to be that. You're trying to break into my house. I don't share. I'm hooked up to that Nine one one thing. Like i could just do a panicle right now. And they'll trace this call and come to you and the rest you 'cause you're harassing me. No no no no okay missouri. I'm not harassing you. Your daughter diane came in up. Yes she signed you up for to go to this daycare. Monday through friday while she works. She's going to be dropping you off and then she'll pick you up in the evenings on her way home from work. I read that. I don't know who told you that. Yeah you got my daughter's name and this is freaking me out. You know a little bit over here. I've been. It's i don't know why you know my name. You know my daughter's name. This is like the only revival of name this machine is because she came in and gave all the information and she has paid for you to come to the adult daycare on a daily. You sound like a nice guy. You know what i mean like your smooth. You got a nice voice your. You're you know like you know what to say. I don't know who the hell you are. Though we talking about. Are you know what i mean. I'm not going to know daycare center. I'm not going to daycare center. Okay 'cause i'm fine. Just get that through your head. There's nothing wrong with me. i stay home. I got a dog. I walked the dog. I go grocery shopping. Daughter comes over everything. I don't know daycare center of winter interstate. What i'm saying there is there. Is there a reason why she would sign you up man. She must think she must be looking out for your best. You know you're any only ask you. Are you single my. Why are you single. are you married. What does that have to do it. Anyway i'm not coming into a daycare center right evan. Like if you wanna come to my house and you live you can a. I'm switching it up okay. I don't need to come to your home. I'm more concerned about making sure you're comfortable here at the ability daycare when you get here on monday. I'm not coming there that's it. I'm not coming there because there's nothing wrong with me. I'm coming out of my house. But i'll pay you. I don't know like i. i like your voice. I just like avoid miss. Wait a minute whole how long How old they Fifty fifty you ever been with an eighty nine year old lady. Wow nine and you sound really nice. That's so like i i. I'm scared of you i. I wasn't really honest. I was scared. And now i'm not like why just not you know what i mean like you. Just yeah but k. So well this is you be at the daycare center like you. 'cause i i like to you i i'll be at the daycare when you arrive on monday but i i won't be able to. I like that ms sharon. That's nice ten guys okay. So did i reach out to diane about this. I island tour to sir richard. Okay well you're not gonna get you. You're not gonna come in monday all right. I'm right to be there. Just like the senate. It's not about me it's about you coming in and you're gonna this is where you're going to be Monday through friday from. Yeah and all right what you know. There's there's there's there's other people your age here there's a lot of ladies your as a lot of men. You're not here ladies and let wait i. I'm not yeah not anyway. I'm in the. I'm into you okay. i think it's a situation like your your daughter doesn't want you to be by yourself. You could i call you back only. Let me go back in a couple of minutes. I'm on this. And i got pulled off of the thing is the first this happened to me. Okay ms sir. Can i tell you who i am. I am met. You taught me. From the steve harvey morning. Show your daughter. Diane got me to prank call you. I promise you you different. You probably see what. I you on different here. Related to steve. Harvey like the guy on. Tv that's gotta here. He is gorgeous. I've been calling me back right. Coney right okay. I love you. Oh my guy act news scaredy now now trying to hollow tell you who are. She said evan. You told me already and if you go over to tell you're not leaving okay. You never leave ever ever never bad stuff and say you know. First time i ever been stopped right. I'm eighty nine. You drop your sewn. You bring your breakfast in With the nephew in. I'm on it. Would some grits just good grits. G are not just good. Grits dot com got two flavors. Y'all got to check them out and give feedback. Tell me what you think. Just good grits by the nephew Oh my weight. The grocery store shell yes all right nephew. Congratulations on that funny prank. Of course up next on right there. We'll find out if this is jay or not coming up Dating with diabetes is the subject of the strawberry letter. And we'll get into it right after this. You're listening to every morning show this year. The first back isn't just for kids. We're all gonna have a first stay back. Families companies the whole country. But we shouldn't go back to square one. Let's embrace the lessons of this past year and move forward. Make our health. The priorities spend more time with loved ones and find everything you need at kohl's whether you're headed to the classroom the or a gathering with friends were kids heading back to school. Calls has the latest looks from top active where brands like nike adidas armor and more including backpacks. That's right the kids will actually have to carry their books again so make sure they look good doing it for the grownups calls has the beauty must have and silence assessories. 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Gun Violence in America: Defining the Problem

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

02:06 min | 1 year ago

Gun Violence in America: Defining the Problem

"It's happening all over and all too often. America struggles to emerge from one pandemic. The nation is besieged by another. We got stopped at once in college. We got a mail shot down. get down. The country tries to recover from kobe. Nineteen with it's unfair burdens and incomprehensible death toll and is thickened new by gun violence with it's unfair burdens and ever growing death toll. Taking their knives he had shot and killed of my son. And my daughter police say the increase in shootings is much of the time due to urban gangs but there are also variants involving warring drug traffickers mass shootings domestic violence and suicide. All of it experts say fueled by the health and economic strains wrought by cova nineteen and powered by the uniquely american affinity for an access to guns joke when i ran crime. Strategies can't shoot somebody without a gun as the police commissioner in new york city identify. Who's carrying guns. The going out there making the arrests taking the gun off the street is great but really what we need. Is we need the individual carrying a gun district and yet guns proliferate with consequences for a cross section of american families. My name is crystal turner. I currently reside in jacksonville florida. And i'm speaking with you erin today because unfortunately two of my biological children My twenty nine year old daughter and my twenty three year old son the at that time both murder together. to of crystal turner's grown children were victims of a shooting in columbus. Ohio fueled by domestic violence. Her daughter genera had filed for divorce from roy. Harveson who then came to the parking lot of the daycare center. She founded and ambushed her and her brother at lunchtime on at twelve noon. There were twenty two rounds. That were found. A lot of couples have job stress. Childcare stress with postpartum the difference here was a gun yes access to again roy. Harveson is now serving a life sentence

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"daycare center" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"daycare center" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Summons to appear in court after breaking into bello romero academy k. through three k. through third campus damaging property overnight tuesday in greeley greeley. Police officers responded to a burglary alarm at the bella romero academy observed they observe the school had broken windows and two juveniles could be seen inside. According to the police department. The juveniles were taken into custody without incident according to the greeley tribune Why well if you're going to break into something. Why breaking into school. My memories were sitting there daydreaming breaking out a school. that's a very simon and probably just going to vandalize. There's something along those along those lines but still nonetheless it's It's just completely mind boggling to me but that is They have been taken into custody again without incident. A couple of juveniles We'll see what they face will continue to update you on that story. Heavens man faces trespassing charges after jason's in arrest at daycare center. What is going on at these youth learning facilities. Here's this by morgan. Mackenzie out of the greeley tribune back to back. Stories with youth league facilities being the headliner. dirty Thirty five year old. Richard montoya from evans. was called in as demand about four forty two. Am tuesday who was taking items out of the truck beds in the parking lot of the country club. West apartments on eleventh street He climbed fences as soon as he. He saw the cops pull up as soon as he saw that. Boom he's on the run. He takes off And when he does that he starts jumping over fences going into houses. Hiding just trying to get away anything that you would do. You're trying to get away. I this was in eleven. Th street and eleven th street road tapper hand montoya officer set up a perimeter. And while can sheriff's deputies arrived to assist so they set up this perimeter. They think they've got him. Boxed in And officers started on a house to house. Search at that point About an hour later on toyota breaks through the perimeter so he escapes through the parameter at At some point here he had the officers Going again now on. They find him about six. Am according to police. Montoya climbed the fence of abc west child development centers and trespassed onto the property. Now i don't think he was targeting this. Abc west child development centers. I want to be clear about that. Because i know there's somewhere at the abc west child of facilities that are like this has got to be good pr. I don't think he was targeting. That i don't think there was anything there. He was just on the ron and desperate and he happened to climb over that at six. Am staff and students were arriving to the daycare center at the time. Daycare staff locked down their establishment until officers arrested montana on.

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"daycare center" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"daycare center" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Carol and Pamela Mon, thanking the people who make public radio great every day and also those who listen like the listeners and sustaining members of KQED Public Radio 88.5 FM in San Francisco. And 89.3 of them in Sacramento. Good morning. I'm Dave Freeman. Morning Edition continues at 5 46. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm Noel King. Good morning. We know that a lot of work places can't find enough employees right now, for a variety of reasons. Among the employers, childcare providers like daycare centers. Here's Michelle Jokisch polo of member Station W. KR in Lansing, Michigan. During the pandemic. Tens of thousands of childcare centers across the country were forced to find new ways to work. They had to embrace physical distancing and masking requirements while finding enough workers to keep their doors open. Many could not others reduced hours and availability. Elizabeth Tobia runs Easy three a day care company operating in downtown Lansing for nearly 40 years before the pandemic, Tobia was managing to locations and the care of nearly 200 Children. Today. The second location has closed. An enrollment at EC three has been cut in half. Despite increasing demands for childcare, Tobias says she's struggling to find new staff. We've had to put a freeze on enrolling Children until we can find skilled people who want to work in this field. So now we're operating at a level that still isn't break even for us financially, but we can't spying people to apply for jobs, the challenges of providing affordable childcare. Have increased substantially for daycare providers since the pandemic began, according to data from the Center for American Progress Costs per child have gone up to an average of 47%. In part because daycare programs had to reduce capacity, sanitize species and increase worker pay. Simon Workman is a national expert on child care finance because families can't afford that. The providers are high that cutting staff Or they are going into the red right they are taking on personal debts They are taking on business that they are not replacing people when they leave. Workman says the pandemic highlighted how severely underpaid childcare providers have been for decades. Broke. Air announces experience bears that out during the pandemic. She left her job at a daycare center because she didn't feel like it was worth exposing herself to Covid 19 for the low wages she was earning. It's really frustrating to be in this field and to dedicate so much time and energy to essentially raising Children to be paid. Poverty wages, Simon Workman says once assistance from the federal government stops, he expects many more childcare centers to close with rising costs. There may not be enough parents who can afford upwards of $20,000 per year. In Michigan. A bipartisan deal was reached to use $1.4 billion of federal money to expand affordable childcare options for parents and provide additional money to childcare workers. But Elizabeth Tobia says it's just a temporary fix. So when we begin to realize that.

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"daycare center" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"daycare center" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Open up Mar a Lago as a massive Florida based daycare center. Now it's going to require some adjustments to the golf course because they'll be building Extra day care facilities there. And to be a slip and slide. Look on the third on. I'm pretty sure that on like the On the 16th hole. They're going to install disk of that kids can feel included big, giant clown face. And the golfers will have to kind of go off through the gulf through the clown's mouth. See if I'd thought of this, everyone who brought it up. There's no, I'm bears because clearly, that's the case, Donald Trump must have Taken all the daycare jobs with him when he left office. So that he could make even more money off the American public. By turning Mar a Lago and don't know the name was club in New Jersey is that that golf cart will also become, of course, a massive daycare center and if necessary? Will ship your Children to Scotland. To another Donald Trump Daycare center. Um, you know, they're probably be gone for a couple days of the time because after all, the flight of Scotland isn't like a minute and a half. There you have it. Mike Rounds is the senator from South Dakota. And says, you know, it comes down to Work. Versus unemployment. We have about eight million people that were working a year ago that are not working yet. Today we've got a long way to go, but part of what we have to be able to do. Is to provide them with an opportunity to get back to work. And that means as we open up these businesses and so forth, they have to have employees that are willing to go back to work. Unfortunately right now, and this is unintended. But we're stopping people from going backwards. We're stopping people from going back to work. By paying them just enough money to encourage them to stay home and simply take the money from the federal government. Hello, Montana. On Hello? The Carolinas Because we need you guys to begin to tell the rest of the red governors Ondo also Larry Hogan. If there are jobs available, you should stop spending this money. And get the people in your state back to work. Marshall Blackburn agrees. 100%, you know, she says, Look, it comes down to jobs. Versus unemployment. We'll get their common coming up in a minute. But 1st 1st Greg is in his car, Greg. Good morning. Hey, Bruce. You played a clip of right before I got got on, and I don't know who itwas He said Something about $300 is not keeping people from Seeking employment. Yeah, that's Emanuel Cleaver. Yeah. Emanuel Cleaver, Democrat from Missouri. $300 on top of what they're already getting on top of the fact that you don't have to be looking for a job right so that $300 is just icing on an already lavish Kate. And I don't care if people take the offensive. The fact that I think the other planet benefits are incredibly lavish. Right now, um Everybody in my family's working Now we are middle of mid Atlantic, but there's still a lot of employment, but Um And if this is department now, and we gotta start weaning people often it's a problem is it is going to be every craft is gonna blame it on the Republican. You know if you took away your money took away your check out of the way. So your checks so your money And Yet, but it's gonna be a problem in 2022, because that's the way it's gonna be portrayed. Any diminishment at all in there is gonna be portrayed as those wicked Republicans feeling. Your money? Absolutely. But let me give it a twist. I don't think it'll be stealing your money. We try to help you by giving you some money, which we tried to help. You know this is the implication is it's the government's money. And the Republicans won't let us to the low information voters. Which there's a lot of them see it as once. Once they get start getting something if there's for eternity and That's that's been the problem all along ever since. LBJ started the Great society. You hear it now? Back when, um W to go. They wanted people in Section eight in the project to maybe sweep their own balcony, maybe not least trashed. And, you know, pick up the trash in the hallway racist and and the reaction was no, no, you're making a slave you make in a safe That that is the mentality of the low information voter who just sits and waits for their checks to comment. The eagle flies was another word for it. You know, with the wait for their check, if if it's There, you know. The word entitlements. Yeah. Yeah, And actually, you know, if you think about it, you're right Once. Once these quote, entitlements and quote are in place, even if it's a temporary supposed to be a temporary condition. It's like saying, um, well, she's just a little bit pregnant. It's one of those things. You know. Once you're pregnant, you're pregnant. You can't be pregnant one month and decide without childbirth or something else. Intervening that you're not pregnant the next so winning people off of being pregnant gonna be real hard. So that's the only answer. I can think of. To that dilemma. And in November, 2022 is for the Republicans to not vote for any of this money to stand firm. So that by you know, by the end of June, I think we're supposed to run out. They want out, So the voters have a chance to go back to work. All the people they're gonna be ticked off. Get back to work, and by November 2022 to start forgetting. And then the Democrats. The Democrats cry of, They're stealing your money will start feeling a little bit hollow. We'll say, Greg. Yeah, Republicans have had it well said Indeed, thanks for call. Appreciated for 10 Wcbm 6 80 for your observations burst all your show, Talk radio 6 80 wcbm.

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Why Loira Limbal Spotlights Invisible People in Her New Film

Latina to Latina

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Why Loira Limbal Spotlights Invisible People in Her New Film

"Director and producer laden knows the power of showing rather than telling her newest verite film through the night. Almost three working moms was lives all intersect at a twenty four hour daycare center. It is a compelling portrait of the care economy and the love and strength is demanded of working moms lord. I thank you so much for doing. This is my pleasure. Thank you for having me a watched. The doc i loved it i cried. I think this entire pandemic has just brought into focus. What what moms are up against. What caretakers are up against the amount that we rely on our caretakers in order to build our own career. So i don't know that this documentary could have come at a better time Kind words means alive. It does it really. Does you know you have to think i. I haven't seen the film with audiences who were supposed to premiere beckham last april and tobacco's cancelled so i have yet to see the woman audience so every time someone shares. Do you know their thoughts about the shown in mike holding onto that feedback for dear life because all i have to go on and the answer of the timing is just sort of ironic and serendipitous all the things combined because we started working on the film and twenty sixteen so it really was long before coded were wanted to highlight the importance of the people in the shown their lives their labor because it was already over loved in undervalued and then with the pandemic which is really need of it fair for everyone to see.

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Mexico Plans 17 Shelters for Children on Southern Border

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Mexico Plans 17 Shelters for Children on Southern Border

"The northern border with the U. S. All this because of a wave of child migrants coming from Central America. The shelters were largely be set up and run by Mexico's Child welfare agency, which may use some of its own existing daycare centers and other facilities. President Andres Manuel Lopez over door said yesterday that the situation is very worrisome and he expanded compact and the expanding capacity was needed to look out for the welfare of minors. It's 11 43 now in Washington sports Coming up every day can bring changes challenge. Edges and opportunities that can

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Germany's Green Party Selects Candidate for Chancellor

Investors Edge

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Germany's Green Party Selects Candidate for Chancellor

"Here in Germany with the Green Party's staking its claim to lead Europe's biggest economy. For the first time ever, the greens have announced a chancellor candidate. Her name is Anna Lena Fair ball, and she aims to succeed Angela Merkel. If the Greens win September's elections, and the numbers are looking good opinion polls placed them second only by a small margin. The Angela Merkel's conservatives. With two party leaders, one needed to step aside and all but topic did so, making Anna Lena Bear book the first Green chancellor candidate ever. In her first speech, she promised a renewal in German politics. And a departure from the status quote. This is a matter of who I'm getting. We must make changes to create a fair country, a country where daycare centers and schools are truly the best places to be a country where care give us generally have the time and above all, the resource is too careful people, a country in which the state functions digitally and serves its citizens. Diverse and cosmopolitan, country values based and strong democracy. 40 year old became politically active within the Green Party in 2008, focusing on foreign and security issues. Only five years later, she entered the bonus Tak, the German parliament at the age of 32. They actually quickly and respect for her thoroughness and knowledge of detail. She has a degree in international law and spent several years abroad in the U. S. London and Brussels. She now lives in Potsdam, with her husband and their two young daughters. Best yet carefully correct Raft announcement came in sharp contrast to the bruising power struggles still going on within Germany's conservative Party. Both contenders. There were quick to react to bad books candidacy. Got a lever on Elena Congratulate Angelina Bear book, and I can promise her that this CTU in Germany is looking forward to a fair election campaign in

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CDC Director reports COVID-19 clusters associated with daycares, youth sports

AP 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

CDC Director reports COVID-19 clusters associated with daycares, youth sports

"Corona virus cases and hospitalizations. The number of deaths decreased across the country. We're hearing reports of clusters of cases associated with daycare centers and use sports hospitals are seeing more and more younger adults. Those in their thirties and forties admitted with severe disease. The European Union's drug regulator says it found a possible link between the

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"daycare center" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"daycare center" Discussed on 790 KABC

"What a mask. You didn't have a plan ahead of time to minimize the text, but now he has a court system. Everybody's being paid by the hour. You think this is gonna drag on for a while? You think In a state plan is just something that you have to do. Listen and subscribe to stacking Benjamin's on apple podcasts or wherever you get your share included. So we want to be aware as an industry of the things that will cost a lot of buyers to reject their home. So tell us what do people not want at the top of that list? You find an elevator? Last walls. Daycare center nearby in the community, it wine cellar. A big know if head washing station. Speaking of pets, No, it roof that's partially or completely covered by plants. No, thank you, a golf course community not very popular on in law suite, also not popular, and then the Final two are cork flooring for the living areas of the main level. And do a toilet in the primary back, So a lot of buyers over 40% of buyers said. If you put that in a home, I will not bite. That is so interesting. And so rose. Let me ask you this if our listeners are leaning forward right now, and they want to hear every detail of this most wanted list and The least wanted list. Do you have it online? So we just finished a report that will be coming out publicly in the next couple of weeks. It's called what Home buyers really wants 2021 edition. It will be available through builder books Come in the next couple of weeks on we will write lots of blood post about it on my own housing that organ and so you can stay tuned to our own housing to wed. You know, small pieces of the research here and there, but it will also link you to the full study. Once it comes out. Well, rose. We still have so much more to talk about. Can you join us again in the next hour of real estate today? Of course. Thanks. Rose will talk to you. Then Rose Quint, assistant vice President of Survey research at the National Association of Homebuilders. Coming up.

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"daycare center" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"daycare center" Discussed on WTVN

"Of a car that was stolen from outside a daycare center this morning as the mother was walking another child inside the building. No information on any suspects has yet been released. The Ohio Department of Health's latest daily Coronavirus case. Report shows 3207 New cases of the virus have been reported around the state today. An additional 98 coronavirus related deaths also recorded and over 181. Newhouse hospitalizations House Democrats today presented their case on why the impeachment trial against former President Trump is Constitutional House impeachment managers replaying videos of the mob attacking the capital. Trump's lawyers saying he can't be convicted since he's no longer President, House impeachment manager Jamie Raskin. They want to call the trial over before any evidence is even introduced. Congressman Raskin telling the Senate document they swore to uphold does indeed let them try and Convict the president even out of office and the field. ABC NEWS Washington The T S a says some of their officers discovered a loaded firearm at a security checkpoint to John Glenn Columbus International Airport this week that loaded handgun had six rounds of ammunition and was found by agents over the weekend. In a passenger's carry on bag. Passengers are allowed to travel with firearms as long as they're properly packaged in the checked luggage. And any failure to do so could mean a civil penalty with a $4000 fine. They sear the T S. A has already found three guns at John Glenn. They found 24 last year 29 the year before that radio 60 tell the new TV and sports news today is former Browns coach Marty Schottenheimer has passed away. Schottenheimer last week was placed in hospice care after a long battle with Alzheimer's. He was 77 years old. Spark I Basketball update SERVICE. The Legacy Retirement Group Alive. Stay with another road win last night at Maryland, the resting today but guys up the number four the AP poll They play Saturday against Indiana. This blue Jackets updated service of Buckeye expressed logistics services. The jacket's coming off the Carolina win play at Chicago Thursday. John Tortorella saying last night he'll speak with Patrick.

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"daycare center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"daycare center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Wlw right now. 32 degrees. No sign of anything on radar. Yet with snow in the forecast and temperature is expected to plummet to near zero this weekend. As those army is gearing up to help people living on the streets group that works to help the homeless in the Tri state is going to be keeping his new daycare center and clean skate open around the clock through Sunday to be able to extend the hours so they're asking. People to help with donations of cash, Hot meals, bottled water. Cincinnati police investigating murder of 19 year old Devon Proctor in Mount Auburn, He was gunned down the Smalling happened in an apartment building it offered and Southern. No arrests have been made yet. Man is behind bars and Boone Callie with charged with shooting his brother. Sheriff's officers. 34 year old David Croft admitted to play with a handgun and a home on Phyllis Court in Hebron last night when the gun went off several times Cross the told police he was being stupid and screwing around. His brother CASS ended up being shot twice, was treated for injuries. It's a knee in Florence and released Is it? A City council could approve plans this week for a designated out There were freshmen area at the banks. Today, Budget and Finance Committee takes up the proposal that would allow people to buy drinks and then roam the streets over an 85 acre area from Great American Ballpark West Paul Brown Stadium. He's been trial, the president of the former president set to get under way in the Senate tomorrow. New poll is finding support for a conviction of Donald Trump New ABC News Ipsos poll shows A majority of Americans say Trump should be convicted this time and barred from holding federal office ever again. And this trial, unlike the last is expected to focus less on witness testimony and more on video from the deadly insurrection that is a B C's Andrew time, Bert would take 67 senators to vote to convict the former president. That means at least 17 Republicans would have to switch inside with the Democrats. He's one more Super Bowls than the Bangles have victories these past two years, even though Tom Brady moved from New England to Tampa Bay picked up another title last night, his 7th and 10 trips now five time Super Bowl M V. P. Tom Brady, completing 21 of 29 Pass attempts for 201 yards. No interceptions after the victory, giving credit to his teammates, including tight end Rob Gronkowski and wide receiver Antonio Brown, Catching those touchdown passes, No Bronx unbelievable player. Teammate. Talent work at the commitment and a B is just Since he got here. He's just done everything the right way the books confident they could get the job done, You know, really all year we believed in ourselves. Coaches believed in us. Dave Packer. ABC News New Report shows the Bangles to lead the NFL in one category. Cincinnati The cheapest team to watch T n best compiled a list of the stadium experience that every city found Cincinnati at the bottom of the fan Cost index. They compiled the cost of a ticket parking couple of beers and a hot dog, Paul Brown Stadium, the least expensive and a total of $105 a person. Other covert casually on the college basketball front in the tri state Xavier's game Thursday against the Paul's being postponed. No makeup date set yet our next updates to 12 30 I'm Brian comes news radio 70 oww! This report is sponsored by the out, kick the coverage Podcast. Hey, it's.

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"daycare center" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"daycare center" Discussed on KTOK

"Died after Friday night shooting in a 7 11 near Northwest 10th and May the suspect was arrested. Investigators say it appears to have been a domestic Incident. Authorities are investigating a house fire in northwest Oklahoma City. It happened yesterday at a house undergoing renovations in the 8000 block of North Hudson. No one in the House. When the fire ignited and nobody was heard. Senate Committee has passed a bill dealing with unexplained infant deaths. Beth Myers reports a bill passed by State Senate committee would require the state medical examiner's office to investigate any sudden unexplained infant death and not list the death as unknown or undetermined. State Senator Brenda Stanley of Midwest City authored the bill there 70 to 75% unexplained deaths in our state. We need to correct that and gather that information to find out what is happening at these Children are dying, she says. The bill was requested by an Edmund mother whose baby died six years ago in a daycare center. The death was attributed to an unsafe sleep environment. State Senator Frank Sensitive, Springer says state employees should not be punished for Their hard work and dedication. During the pandemic. He's authored a bill to protect their annual leave. It will allow employees to carry their annual leave. The end of the next fiscal year during a period time that a health emergency has been declared by the governor, which is we're currently in right now A Senate committee passed his bill. Last week. Oklahoma U. S. Senator James Lankford will be very busy in the upcoming session. He's already a member of the Senate finance, ethics, Homeland Security and Indian affairs committees. Now he's been selected to serve on the Senate Energy Committee, he says. As an all of the above energy state, it's important to have Oklahoma represented on the committee. The State Corporation Commission is taking action in response to Friday's 4.2 magnitude earthquake and the Covington area. Operators of disposal wells within three miles of the earthquakes at the center that inject into the Arbuckle formation are being told to cease operations. Similar wells within 3 to 10 miles of the epicenter are being told to reduce volume. The commission.

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"daycare center" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"daycare center" Discussed on WSB-AM

"93 traffic is gridlock back to a Claremont Road exit. 91 continue to use that access Road or Buford Highway as your alternates will have more in minutes on 95.5, wsb and right now partly cloudy skies 48 degrees on Peachtree Street. But WSB meteorologist Kirk Mellish tells us there is a chance that rain showers could mix with snow or even slow. Lead beginning tomorrow afternoon north of the perimeter, minor accumulation possible for a brief time, foreign or suburbs, But little or no travel impact expected more rain than anything else, all of it ending by sunrise Sunday. Atlantis. Most accurate and dependable forecast is coming up. Well, it is a no go for teachers under 65 hoping to get their Corona virus vaccines. Early Channel two action News reporter Richard Elliott has the governor's response to a request from the A. P s school board. In the letter obtained by Channel Two Action News governor Brian came sounded sympathetic to the Atlanta school board's resolution asking him to add teachers to the 18 plus group quote. I agree. If the state we're receiving adequate supply of the covert 19 vaccines, I would quickly move to expand the current vaccination criteria. But again, he brought up the fact that right now, George is getting only 156,000 doses per week for the next three weeks, remembering the life of account County educator who died from the coronavirus Channel two action News reporter Chris Jose is more Cynthia Lindsay was a mom. In a pair of professional at Sedalia Park Elementary right now, my mom would want family members say Cynthia's attitude and bright smile will be missed at her school since Christmas. She is one of three cod county educators who have died from Corona virus. Top local news every 30 minutes, and when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it, owner of a Dunwoody daycare center charged with murder in the death of a four month old in her care, the 17 year old who lives next door to little lovey daycare tells Channel Two action is I did she her bringing the rest of the day care kids out to the parents once they were coming, But then police were following her. Each time she came out the team, then watched his police put 45 year old Amanda Hickey and handcuffs..

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How solar panels are making Puerto Rico communities more resilient

Climate Connections

01:13 min | 2 years ago

How solar panels are making Puerto Rico communities more resilient

"When hurricane. Maria tore through puerto rico and twenty seventeen. It took out the island's power grid. Eleven months pass before power was fully restored in the meantime some residents went without lights or a waiter refrigerate food at home. I'll a hundred koster dodd. Rodriguez is with the nonprofit. Resilient power puerto rico. She says recovery often took longest in low income communities so her group has installed solar power and battery systems at thirty five community centers in vulnerable areas everything from schools and after school daycare centers to cultural centers. Now these centers do not have to wait for the main power plant and transmission lines to be fixed after a storm and they can help power. The recovering community for example at a farmer led nonprofit in the center of the island. In case there's a blackout than the center. Becomes a hub where community leaders can organized to provide food or have energy to power up medical equipment. Moving to clean distributed. Energy can help. Puerto rico prepare for extreme weather and address inequity at the same time.

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"daycare center" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"daycare center" Discussed on KGO 810

"You know, it's like I can't even get him in the right direction they want when we have a discussion, they head off and 180 degree opposite. I'm like that's not going to do it. You know the Newton shootings of 2012. We're just, you know a small glimpse of what can still happen in this country. A Timothy McVeigh killed Children in the daycare center when he blew up a building in the middle of a of a not entirely different sort of circumstance where A militia group of white supremacists and people that were just, you know, sit on violence. I think that this is an opportunity with Trump, you know, relegated to the least to this. The wings for us to have a national discussion of who we are and what kind of people we really are. I think a lot of what we're seeing is theological outcome of allowing gun lobbyist to write our gun laws for so many years and that includes you know the most these themes would be domestic terrorists who are showing up with long guns to threaten elected officials and election officials today. The Michigan Capital had to shut down for the third time in the last six months because they're being threatened by mostly men with guns. And if we want to address this domestic terrorism that we're seeing all over the country, like in Kenosha, where vigilantes you know, are taking matters into their own hands. It does start with Public outcry but also our elected officials taking action and I think your point we are having to take sides and there there is no right side. Um Armed vigilantes, right? You have to be against that, Andre. So I feel strongly that we're going to see change in state legislatures, most going into session in January. Police reform is going to be a big topic of conversation. As is open carry, which is Something that's allowed with very little regulation and over 40 states in this country for them, and we have to have it over 40 states. Yeah, we have to have AH, conversation about gun violence, you know, again because Cove it is exacerbating a women are isolated with domestic abusers. Children are home with unsecured guns. People are struggling with suicidal ideation. And 400 million guns and very few gun laws. That is a recipe for tragedy. I'm amazed at the strength and resilience that the members of your organization and others similar on and being able to reach out to these families, because Um I'll be honest with you. I don't know if I would ever recover from something like that. I'm pretty sure I wouldn't And that was just what I was just watching President Obama. I would have I didn't want to take up our time, but I'm gonna play it in the next break. Of him on December 14th 2012 and you know You say this. This this moments like this can work both ways. You can get exceedingly better or it can travel down the other road, and we just have to make sure that it goes the right direction. So again, Moms demand action. You can find them on the Web and support them. They are people like Shannon Watts and many others. Who are committed to protecting our kids, and then everybody else that protects the kids to a swell shouldn't be. Well, Thank you so much for your time. And, um Hopefully catch you down the road sometime soon, okay? Thanks so much. I'd be well, um, I'm watching this video of President Obama on it. Z mind numbing to me that we live.

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"daycare center" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"daycare center" Discussed on KGO 810

"A Timothy McVeigh killed Children in the daycare center when he blew up a building in the middle of a of a not entirely different sort of circumstance where A militia group of white supremacists and people that were just, you know, sit on violence. I think that this is an opportunity with Trump, you know, relegated to the least to this. The wings for us to have a national discussion of who we are and what kind of people we really are. I think a lot of what we're seeing is theological outcome of allowing gun lobbyist to write our gun laws for so many years and that includes, you know the motive. These these would be domestic terrorists who are showing up with long guns to threaten elected officials and election officials today, the Michigan Capital had to shut down for the third time in the last six months because they're being threatened by mostly men with guns. And if we want to address this domestic terrorism that we're seeing all over the country, like in Kenosha, where vigilantes you know, are taking matters into their own hands. It does start with The public outcry but also our elected officials taking action and I think your point we are having to take sides and there is no right side of Armed vigilantes, right? You have to be against that, Andre. So I feel strongly that we're going to see change in state legislatures, most going into session in January. Police reform is going to be a big topic of conversation. As is open carry, which is Something that's allowed with very little regulation and over 40 states in this country for them, and we have to have it over 40 states. Yeah, we have to have Ah, conversation. About gun violence, you know, again because Cove it is exacerbating a women are isolated with domestic abusers. Children are home with unsecured guns. People are struggling with suicidal ideation and 400 million guns and very few gun laws is a is a recipe for tragedy. I'm amazed at the strength and resilience that the members of your organization and others similar on and being able to reach out to these families, because Um I'll be honest with you. I don't know if I would ever recover from something like that. I'm pretty sure I wouldn't And that was just what I was just watching President Obama. I would have I didn't want to take up our time, but I'm gonna play it in the next break. Loves him on December 14th 2012. And you know You say this. This this moments like this can work both ways. You can get exceedingly better or it can travel down the other road, and we just have to make sure that it goes the right direction. So again, Moms demand action. You can find them on the Web and support them. They are people like Shannon Watts and many others. Who are committed to protecting our kids, and then everybody else that protects the kids to a swell shouldn't be. Well, Thank you so much for your time. And, um Hopefully catch you down the road sometime soon, okay? Thanks so much be well, um, I'm watching this video of President Obama on it. Z mind numbing to me that we live in a in a country. That.

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Trump Rule Allows Natural Gas Transport By Rail In Dense Areas

Environment: NPR

03:33 min | 2 years ago

Trump Rule Allows Natural Gas Transport By Rail In Dense Areas

"The us produces so much shale gas it needs to find new markets overseas. The trump administration has approved moving a liquefied form of the gas by rail. But some say that is too dangerous. Susan phillips of member station. whyy reports on a route. That would be one of the longest in the country. The guests will go first to a new plant in northeast. pennsylvania where refrigeration units will chill it too negative two hundred and sixty degrees fahrenheit. That's how it goes from a guest to a liquid. The part of the plan that scares a lot of people is the transport two hundred miles by truck or rail through some of the most densely populated areas of the east coast to a planned export terminal in new jersey. Vanessa keegan lives nearby with her family including three year old. Theo thank you want to take a picture. Okay you gotta get mommy ipad. We take another picture right. Era go railcars. Full of highly flammable liquefied natural gas or lng would roll about a block and a half away from keegan's home a daycare center sits right at the company gate so they want special permits to transport them right there. That train track. You could skip on down to in about a minute and a half and that terrifies me. This project is part of a larger push to export natural gas last summer. The trump administration changed long-standing federal policy to allow rail transport of ellen g anywhere in the country fifteen states including pennsylvania and new jersey challenged the move saying it puts people's lives at risk in this rust belt reason of new jersey. The export project does have support from building trade unions and powerful state lawmakers including assemblyman. John bursa kelly. He says grandfather worked at a former dupont plant on the site of the planned export terminal. That's will create jobs as it once did contribute to tax base as wants to be an important economic driver for people to make a living in fear families. I says safety issues should be raised and addressed but he says railcars carry much more hazardous materials through the region every day. Ray mentzer is a chemical engineer at purdue university who spent his career on ellen g projects for exxon mobil he says specially designed containers have a good safety record but he says transporting the guests through densely populated areas increases the risk if there's a leak. It's not flammable until it's vaporized but it's going to bait rise pretty damn quickly and then it's going to seek an ignition source. Believe me it will find an ignition source. Pretty darn readily mentor says. A vapor cloud would definitely catch fire. If i was at a town meeting and i lived there i would want to know. Just what routes are you going to us right now. The exact roots are unclear. Multiple attempts to reach the developers of the project. New fortress energy went on answered if the overseas export terminal gets built. None of the guests will go to power new jersey homes instead the state is planning a large coastal wind farm off atlantic city to help new jersey reach the goal of all clean energy by twenty fifty

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The Economic Legacy Of Shinzo Abe

The Indicator from Planet Money

07:37 min | 2 years ago

The Economic Legacy Of Shinzo Abe

"I WANNA start with trade because so many other countries have kind of close themselves off from trade. In recent years I mean the US famously under president trump pulled out of the trans-pacific partnership trade deal with all these other countries including Japan at the start of his presidency, and then of course, he also launched trade wars raise terrorists raised other barriers to trade, but Shinzo Abby come to the opposite for Japan. Didn't he he absolutely did under Japan became the world's biggest promoter of trade agreements signed a big trade agreement with the EU and managed to keep the trans-pacific partnership going despite trump having withdrawn the United States So essentially, ave became the standard bearer of free trade or at least for trade agreements. The reasons for pursuing all these trade agreements are of course to open up markets for Japanese exports but also through. Japan to foreign imports to put pressure on hidebound unproductive. Japanese. Industries especially, the agricultural industry force them to modernize and increase productivity. Yeah. No, there's There's a specific economic challenge I want to ask you about that Japan faces because I think it's a challenge that a lot of other countries are paying attention to to see how Japan deals with it because they also might face a future in which they. Have to deal with it, and it's that Japan's population is aging the average age is rising, and that makes it harder for the Japanese labor force to grow over time because there may not be enough young people to offset the older people who are retiring and leaving the labor force. So what did I do to confront that challenge and bring people into the Japanese labor force? He did basically two things. Number One, he tried to increase women's participation in the labor force number two, he tried to get more immigrants to come work in Japan and buzzers things by the way to be clear before a came in both of those things had been sort of stagnant for years. It wasn't much immigration and women faced a lot of barriers community labor force right? Right women had been increasing their labor force participation gradually. But this really accelerated under ave as for immigrants it had immigration had been really low before ave and then sharply accelerated under him. Okay. Let let's take those intern. Then because those are both things that other countries are also grappling with. So what specifically did obey due to lower barriers for women to enter the Japanese labor force? Well, one of the barriers is that daycare is really hard to find an expensive. In Japan. So the administration built many daycare centers although now so many women are going into the workforce that the supply has difficulty keeping up with the demand, but he built a lot more centers. He also expanded parental leave policies dramatically to make it easier for parents to go take care of kids for while, and then come back to their old jobs in addition, he leaned on companies to to. Hire, more women. He forced companies to disclose how many women they were hiring including managerial positions, and then companies that hired more women would get preferential awards of government contracts. So that was another powerful tool. Okay and what about to encourage more immigration? He did two things basically number one for skilled immigrants. They made a fast track to permanent residency which made it easier to come you know live and work. In Japan, if you had some sort of skills number two, he created a new program which was called a guest worker program, but is really an immigration program because it has a path to permanent residency and so that's for more sort of unskilled labor. Yeah and another big part of it as a gender was to put in place this team at the Japanese central bank that would use aggressive monetary policies. To really stimulate the economy and to get the Japanese economy growing fast enough that people in companies would be spending enough money to raise inflation in Japan up to two percent a year after years of low inflation and even prices falling because people were not spending very much money. So we're those monetary policies successful in your opinion they were. So the Central Bank printed a bunch of money it bought a large. Bunch of assets including the country's stock market however this. Failed to raise inflation too desire to percent target even though it got the country out of deflation. Target and there's a number of other ways in which sort of grease the wheels of financing for Corporate Japan that probably helped and so monetary policy even though they didn't hit that inflation target did help a lot.

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Brooklyn School Fire in New York Under Investigation; At Least 1 Firefighter Hospitalized

Purity Products

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Brooklyn School Fire in New York Under Investigation; At Least 1 Firefighter Hospitalized

"An investigation is underway after a fire at a Brooklyn daycare center leaves at least one firefighter hospitalized. Paul de Castro. Reports swelled F T and why units responded to yell Ed V L, the early childhood center on Farragut Road and can RC it around 5 45 Sunday morning there didn't appear to be anyone in the Building. One firefighter suffered minor injuries and was taken to Brookdale Hospital. No other injuries were reported. But the fire caused major damage to the building. The school began classes for pre K and three case students last

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New York - Fire breaks out on 4th floor of day care in Brooklyn

Classic Escapes

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

New York - Fire breaks out on 4th floor of day care in Brooklyn

"Well. Crews rushed to the scene of a fire at a daycare center early this morning in Brooklyn. The fire reported on the fourth floor of a building on Farragut Road in Qin, RC it around 5:45 A.m.. 12 after y units responded, and it took about an hour to get the fire under control One firefighter suffering minor injuries and was taken to Brookdale Hospital video from the scene shows Firefighters breaking down windows to fight the fire, and the school began classes last week.

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Parenting in The Time of Corona

The Indicator from Planet Money

07:08 min | 2 years ago

Parenting in The Time of Corona

"For almost every working person in this country, what it meant to go to work changed radically in March and what it meant to go to school changed at exactly the same time between Graham Adams lives in Indianapolis she has four kids at home she is a single parent I have an eighth grader. I have a fifth grader in a second grader and then I have a one in Preschool Patrice works fulltime at Indiana University. School of Public Health it's a desk job so she can do it from home. That's all set at the same time though Patrice his four kids were all suddenly at home with her trying to go to class online and this presented a bunch of challenges. For Instance Patrice did not have five computers at home. We basically share it devices. If I didn't have meetings, I would pass my device onto whoever did have google meet for their class. The second issue was space there were five of Them in one house. So Patrice developed a system, my daughter WHO's in middle school? She's up in her room. My fifth grader sits at the bar in the kitchen I sit at the dining room table in have my work set-up Patrice was especially concerned about her second grader. He's a special needs student and structure and consistency are really important to him. Patrice says learning off screen and the whole idea of being at school while he's actually at home, which is really difficult for him and so Patrice says she needs to watch him all the time. Make sure he's focusing doing. Okay. Absorbing lessons I'm in I shot A. Fifth grader but I'm an ear shot and I shot of my second grader. So if I hear something I can jump up from where I am and go over to him to assist him with what's going on and to tell him to pay attention and then there's portrays youngest her preschooler there was no zoom class for him at all so patrice improvise I'm just going to be honest with you I turn on Youtube and say go elmo's teaching you today We're going to watch a loop of elmo videos and then I may take I will take a minute and may read him a book. So Patrice is trying to do her job in a house with four kids at the same time she's trying to make sure her second graders do milquet with the screen learning and she's trying to make sure her little is occupied and she's trying to make sure kids aren't like on their computers and phones all the time, and she's also trying to make sure that everybody gets in a little outdoor time like time to. Be a kid we actually go outside for recess we get some fresh air. We take a walk around the block or we have a basketball hoop in our driveway we play basketball, and of course, all of this is on top of you know regular mom stuff caring for the kids kissing booze wiping noses, rubbing the household cooking, the dishes, paying the bills all that stuff, and you know this has been patrice his life for six months. I'm extremely exhausted Friday will. After we got done with learning on Friday I, took a shower because I could not remember the last shower I took. I shouldn't say that on this interview but. I can remember the last. Hour and then I lay down in Saturday I didn't leave the house. I literally needed an entire day to recover. It was taxing like I literally felt it in my body. Like the how how the week wait on me It was a lot. For many people, it's too much millions of people are in situations like Patricia's and the job of parenting suddenly feels like it's not always compatible with a job in a lot of mixed gender couples where both people work women still take on the lion's share of housework and childcare, and so as a result of all these things coming together, women have been dropping out. Of the labor force last month six, hundred thousand men reentered the workforce at the same time five thousand women dropped out of the workforce meaning they stopped looking for jobs that today's indicator five thousand women leaving the workforce in August. So Patrice for her part says, she does not have a choice she has to work all of our kids are counting on her. And a third of children in the US aren't single parent households and those parents they have to make it work even if it's not working the bind single parent families are in right now is unreal and a lot of them even if they can't stop working, they are losing hours or having to cut back and losing income in that way. So I, mean in that way, Patrice just doesn't. Have a choice. She did have a choice about sending her kids back to school. So Patrice his district in Indianapolis. They said, you can send your kids back to school or you can continue with virtual learning for a semester at first patrice his choice teams really clear. The schooling from home working from home thing just didn't feel sustainable. It's almost like I had. PTSD. DidN'T WANNA go back there. I literally said. I am going to call the school and see if they have spots where the atoms children. When school opens up. We will it, but then you know her calculus really changed because there was a pretty serious cove outbreak. In Indianapolis, over the summer now bridges really had to worry about herself or her children possibly getting sick also just the quality of the Education Patrice as the school has actually done it miraculously good job it got laptops out to all the students. So now all of her kids have their own devices she says, the teacher is tried really hard. Even still she says the education everybody got. Nowhere. Near what it was when they were like in physical school. So she had this like really tough decision to make well to be honest it was an agonizing decision. It was a decision that I went back and forth. A couple of times and so patrice had to make this decision that millions of parents are having to agonize over. She weighed the pros and cons, and finally she made her call opted to keep them home and healthy, and so at least for the next six months, Patrice GonNa keep trying to do basically the impossible work parent teacher. Cook. Clean fix a sink. I may say these things in in exhaustion. Sin Them Back to school but in all honesty I'm in the virtual learning I'm in this actual any for the long haul she's in virtual learning for the long haul and on that is similar to decision you may to right right. So my preschooler is back in a classroom, which is great. Her School is licensed as a daycare center so it's able to open fulltime. My fourth grader isn't home working on her laptop, but she's pretty independent for the most part. Answer. And also, we indicator wanted to see if we could potentially help battle with the educating of children. So if your kids have questions about money. Or business please send it in. 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Marysville, Washington daycare closes after COVID-19 outbreak

Seattle Kitchen

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Marysville, Washington daycare closes after COVID-19 outbreak

"Health officials and Snohomish County ordered a daycare center closed after an outbreak of Corona virus. At least 10 people, primarily Children, tested positive for the virus that tender Hearts Day school in Marysville. The health district is assisting with symptom monitoring, testing, status and quarantine procedures as needed. The center is currently scheduled to be closed through July

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How to Feel Your Pandemic Feels

Unladylike

10:41 min | 2 years ago

How to Feel Your Pandemic Feels

"Basically been living in the upside down where one global pandemic and to home is where the everything is allegedly essential jobs gyms daycare centers doctors offices. Your neighborhood B. Y. O. Beaver like they've all moved home. Yeah covert has really put a fresh spin on the idea of having it all kristen which is why. We're starting this season of unladylike with one of the most loaded questions you can ask someone these days. How are you doing? Yeah I mean I think we can all agree with the unladylike listener at the top of the show that it is not ideal. This is a super emotional. Time for folks on so many levels and a lot of us are experiencing just different shades of grief over lost loved ones lost jobs or simply just like a loss baseline peace of mind and kristen as of this recording. You and I haven't had close friends or family members who've gotten sick from Cova but the pandemic has definitely changed our plans for twenty twenty like by this time we would have already been back from an East Coast tour where we were supposed to meet one of our favorite humans face to face for the very first time. Yeah our first tour stop was going to be in. Chicago home to Tyler. Fetter the amazing artists who illustrated are unladylike book and we decided that we still needed to call up tyler anyway for this episode to find out how she's doing so tyler just published a book of her own and it honestly couldn't come at a better time for those grappling with a lot of loss right now dancing. The pity party is a graphic memoir. Which is like a graphic novel. But it's a true story. It's not like a regular memoir with a lot of graphic injury in. It feels weird every time I say Anyway it's about my mom dying of cancer when I was nineteen and it's like the whole Enchilada from Lake. She first felt symptoms diagnosis than when she died on the funeral. And everything and then learning to like be an adult without a living on and it's not one hundred percent sad. A lot of it is sad. But it's not only it's not like the no folk or something. This unladylike episode isn't one hundred percent sad. Ever Tyler says that creating dancing at the pity party was essential for her processing her. Mom's death and also being able to make art through that and we think that hearing from someone who's really been through it and come out the other side of grief can hopefully offer some perspective and comfort listeners. Right now and speaking of listeners. Kristen after we hear from Tyler we're going to hear from an ladies who've left us voice memos and called in to share. How cove is impacting. Their day to day lives. Then we're closing it out with a much-needed zoom trip to our favorite unladylike therapist Dr Joy Harden Bradford Christian one of the things I love the most about tyler is her way of embracing the absurdity and awkwardness in the awful. Like the time she and her two sisters had to make a very weird trip to the mall. We went shopping for like funeral. Close at Forever. Twenty one and it was like blasting like club music there and a cashier said to me in sister. Or are you looking for anything special? And we're like no that's just like keep going through all the colorful clothes trying to find anything. That was all black flash forward to this spring when tyler was supposed to be out and about for her dancing at the pity party book tour. And let's just say she hasn't needed to shop for any new outfits this time around. What is it been like to have your book come out during a pandemic? I mean not at all what. I was expecting this book. But it's kind of been nice. I mean it's such a personal story and it's about a time of like illness and death which is what's happening in the world right now so I don't know the fact that everyone is like stuck at home which is sort of the way I am even not when it's a pandemic feels like almost appropriate. It's like I don't know if it were like an adventure or something like an action book. Maybe it would be different. But it's this like emotional. Like family thing in everyone is emotional and stuck with their families. So a lot of people are experiencing grief right now. You know whether that's because family member passed or like just because life is so upside down but grief is never just like one thing and it's not static so I'm curious like how has grief evolved for you and what have you learned about it. Especially now that you've written a whole book about your mom. I think grief is something. That's really personal. And it's really different for every person who goes through it and it's something where you can't really predict how it's going to affect you so like when my mom I died. My Dad was just crying and public all the try and was kind of embarrassing the and but now I'm like you know what like it's fine. People can deal with seeing someone showing motion and like that's what he needed a now. He's doing way better and with me. I like got really sentimental in capped a ton of my mom's staff and I found myself being angry a lot at lake people who had complained about their moms where it's like. Oh my mom calls me too much. I just WANNA like punch face and I would never say any of that. I just feel like Oh yeah. That sucks but yeah. It's just everyone's different and it's still very much a part of my life. That's like another thing I've learned. It's not GonNa go away and I'm okay with that I mean so it's been eleven years now since my mom died and most of the time. I'm totally fine. It's just like something I know about myself is that I have a dad. Muhammad's like a quality of who I am but sometimes I'll just like have a whole like breakdown from like watching a movie or something really small and it's just like something I have to deal with just like any other part of my mental health has the like the current environment. The way things are like has this moment stirred up any additional emotions for you around the book or like around grief. I'm like not a particularly like touchy feely physically kind of person but I have just been wanting hugs so badly during the pandemic and I live by myself with a cat who does not like hugs but he has to deal with that. Because I'm going to give them anyway. But there is there's something relatable about the uncertainty and all of this and that was something that was really hard about my mom. Being sick is that we were sort of like itching for any kind of like positive like theories or possibilities that we could find so it sort of feels like. That's what we're doing now. It's like Oh could serve pandemic end by fall like. Are we going to be able to do Halloween? Like normal and that is like kind of how it was with my mom. I I used to think like a. Will she be able to see me graduate from College? Like do you think what's going to happen. And that uncertainty is really hard to sit with and I think we all have to do it now which is tough. What is your advice to listeners? Who want to support friends or loved ones who are experiencing grief but might not know the best way to express it and we don't want to be awkward and we don't want to bring it up because we make things uncomfortable but we also want people to know that we care. What as as someone who has gone through it. What's your advice for for folks? Who want help from the outside. I think something that's always nice is bringing up the person's parent or whatever loved one in a way that's like unrelated to their death or like if your friend mentions they're like dad or whoever to ask questions and be like. Oh Yeah what was he like? Or whatever because it's it's such like bomb to get to just talk about her when I'm sad talk about not sad stuff. I also found one of my cousins said to me after my mom died. Like I can't imagine what you're going through. And that was like my favorite thing that I knew on had said 'cause like he couldn't imagine it and he was like acknowledging that and it just made it easier to talk to him about it just like it really like validated. How I was

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Atlanta - Governor Brian Kemp extends some COVID-19 restrictions, rolls back others

Dana Loesch

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Atlanta - Governor Brian Kemp extends some COVID-19 restrictions, rolls back others

"As governor Ryan camp continues to re open the Georgia Connery restaurants can expand dine dine in in capacity capacity daycare daycare centers centers can can allow allow more more children children to to return return day day camps camps complained complained organized organized activities activities for for kids kids this this summer summer and and some some state state agencies agencies can begin the process of bringing their workers back to the office among the restrictions still in place bars nightclubs and live performance venues remain closed until at least the end of the month an overnight summer camps are still prohibited

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AP Exclusive: US shelves detailed guide to reopening country

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

AP Exclusive: US shelves detailed guide to reopening country

"The trump administration has shelved a document put together by the nation's top disease investigators aimed at guiding local authorities on re opening public places the report from centers for disease control and prevention experts offer step by step advice on getting restaurants daycare centers and other institutions open but the CDC official says they were told the guidance would never see the light of day the agency has traditionally offered guidance and science based information during public health crises but has largely been at least publicly silence during the pandemic the trump administration has instead put the virus response burden on states the white house's own re opening guidelines are more vague than the unpublished CDC report Sager mag ani Washington

Official White House CDC Ani Washington
AP Exclusive: US shelves detailed guide to reopening country

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

AP Exclusive: US shelves detailed guide to reopening country

"The trump administration has shelved a document put together by the nation's top disease investigators aimed at guiding local authorities on re opening public places the report from centers for disease control and prevention experts offer step by step advice on getting restaurants daycare centers and other institutions open but the CDC official says they were told the guidance would never see the light of day the agency has traditionally offered guidance and science based information during public health crises but has largely been at least publicly silence during the pandemic the trump administration has instead put the virus response burden on states the white house's own re opening guidelines are more vague than the unpublished CDC report Sager mag ani Washington

Official White House CDC Ani Washington
AP Exclusive: Admin shelves CDC guide to reopening country

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 2 years ago

AP Exclusive: Admin shelves CDC guide to reopening country

"The nation's top disease investigators put together a detailed guide on re opening the nation but the trump administration has put it on the shelf the seventeen page report from the centers for disease control and prevention was meant as a blueprint to give local leaders step by step guidance on re opening mass transit daycare centers and other institutions the documents were to be published last Friday but a CDC official tells the AP agency scientists were told the guidance would never see the light of day the trump administration's been tightly controlling guidance and information during the pandemic and putting the virus response on states the state wide effort on in which the federal government will consult White House spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany yesterday person close to the White House coronavirus task force says administration officials don't want to offer more detailed re opening guidance because the viruses affecting various parts of the nation differently Sager mag ani Washington

Official Federal Government Kayleigh Mcenany CDC AP White House Ani Washington
AP Exclusive: Admin shelves CDC guide to reopening country

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 2 years ago

AP Exclusive: Admin shelves CDC guide to reopening country

"The nation's top disease investigators put together a detailed guide on re opening the nation but the trump administration has put it on the shelf the seventeen page report from the centers for disease control and prevention was meant as a blueprint to give local leaders step by step guidance on re opening mass transit daycare centers and other institutions the documents were to be published last Friday but a CDC official tells the AP agency scientists were told the guidance would never see the light of day the trump administration's been tightly controlling guidance and information during the pandemic and putting the virus response on states the state wide effort on in which the federal government will consult White House spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany yesterday person close to the White House coronavirus task force says administration officials don't want to offer more detailed re opening guidance because the viruses affecting various parts of the nation differently Sager mag ani Washington

Official Federal Government Kayleigh Mcenany CDC AP White House Ani Washington