21 Burst results for "Dixit"
"dixit" Discussed on Android Central Podcast
"And so his teacher sent a picture of him and the two girls posing for a picture and he is smiling, but it's an adorable picture, but he is so embarrassed and just grittiness teeth and clenching his fists and smiling at the same time and it's the most adorable thing that I thought was so great. I love it. That's so cute. That's amazing. Nick, what are you smiling about this week? So my office is in our basement, which I have worked on a lot since I moved into this house three years ago. And I finally, so long story short. Before we move into this house, I guess this basement used to be a crawl space, and then they dug out part of it and made it into a more like a full basement. But they left the vents on the side that you would normally have in a crawl space. And they just kind of covered them with a piece of foam and put some great stuff around it to keep it in there, right? So it was ugly. And I didn't have a lot of light in here and all that. So I finally took the dive and I got a window that I can open and I wait, did you say that was your happy thing last week? No. Maybe. I don't know. Maybe last week I said I was going to do it. I actually did it. Yes. Okay, good. Okay. Having that now. I have my window here. I did it. It has rained like four days in a row this week and it hasn't leaked, so I did it right. That's even more, yeah. That's the real happy part. Yeah, exactly. So I felt great about that. I was really happy. So now I'm going to go find some more windows and do that with maybe some of the rest of them. Amazing, amazing. Well, for me, if I recently started watching a new, I'm a huge TV show fan. I love watching all the TV shows out there. But I started watching a new TV show called the fame game. It's on Netflix. It's an Indian Netflix original. Yes, it's an Indian Netflix original with Madhuri Dixit, who is a star, a Bollywood star. Oh my God, she is gorgeous. But anyways, I might say some spoilers right now, but it's not too big of a spoiler, so it's not a big deal, but this is the thing that really, really made me happy and brings a lot of pride to my community. I'm Indian. But there is a scene in the show where one of the characters reveals that they are part of the LGBTQ community..
"dixit" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast
"If you're not in three dimensional space. The sofas era sphere is not proportional to square. It's ought to the whatever to point a one something And so that means that. I think when you kind dry and do optics a common principle in optics as huggins principle which basically says that every piece of a wavefront of a of of light is a source of new spherical waves and those waves if that different dimensional spherical waves will have other characteristics. And so that will be bizarre optical phenomena which. We haven't figured out yet i'm you're you're you're looking for. Some weird. photon trajectories that designate. That is three point. Zero one dimensional space. Yeah yeah that would be an example of. I mean you know there are. There are only number things we can measure about. Photons you know we can measure the polarization we can measure their frequency can measure that direction. those kinds of things and you know how that all works out an in the current models of physics You know It's been hard to explain how the invest manages to be as uniform as it is and that's led to the inflation idea that To the to the great annoyance of my then collaborator. I we had we figured out. In like nineteen seventy nine. We had this realization that that you could get something like this but it seemed implausible. That's the way the universe works. We put it in a footnote and that was so. That's a but but any case. I've i've never really completely believed it but this that's an idea. For how dixit. A puff out the universe faster speed of light early moments of the universe. That's the sort of inflation idea and that that you can somehow explain how the universe manages to be as uniform as it is in in our model this turns out to be much more natural because the universe. Just start very connected. The hyper off is not such that the ball that you grow. Starting a single point has volume. All cubed it might have volume art of the five hundred art to the infinity. And so that means that you you sort of naturally got this much higher degree of connectivity in uniform in the universe and then the question is this is the mathematical. Physics challenge is in the standard theory of the universe as the freemen robertson walker universe which is kind of standard model where the universe is and homogeneous and you can then work out the equations of general relativity and you can figure out how the universe expands we would like to the same kind of thing including dimension change. This is just difficult mathematical physics. I'm the reason it's difficult is the of fundamental reason. It's difficult when when people invented calculus three hundred years ago. Calculus was the story of understanding change and change as a function of variable and so people study unit calculus. They studied multi-ethnic calculus. It's variable it's two variables three variables but whoever studied. You know two point. Five variable calculus turns out. Nobody turns out that But what we need to have to understand these fractional dimensional spaces which don't work like well the that that space were where the effective dimension is not an enter. She can't apply the tools of calculus in natural in easily to fractional dimensions. No Somebody has to figure out how to do that. We we're trying to figure this out. I mean it's it's very interesting. I mean it's very connected to very frontier issues in mathematics is very beautiful but so is it possible. Is it possible dealing with the scale that so so much smaller than our human scale..
"dixit" Discussed on The War on Morons
"Speak the people who made their name. Let's check out the video of the week. It's a quick. What it's conor mcgregor. The world famous enemy fighter. In the i mean you know everybody this guy so he went to throw out the first pitch. The chicago cubs game the other day and goes. Wow wow where the hell did he throw it. I mean i've seen bad for speeches. I couldn't do any better. But i know that that was bad. That's actually indicator by which. I know that that was bad. Like i think we throw about this. I think he hit somebody in the face sitting like thirty rose up and another section bones commemorate. I love the fact that he came out there dressed to the is it tends normally goes it. Doesn't i wear jeans leaders. That suit wasn't so damned. we're gonna kill their cutthroat. A better. I think he did it on. Verminous invite people to try to make fun of it so we can talk. More shit boy saw me. That had beach. Well guess what. I can throw a punch conor mcgregor. Everybody might go baseball player on. The world should remake that episode with conor mcgregor. I would i would basically not. He's basically talking about the guy he's a he's a lunatic. I hope they didn't have him sing the seventh inning stretch team that i hate meals in the mall. Anyway this is where we normally tell. You gives a caller hotline. Of course it's eight one. Three nine zero six nine zero nine nine or of at the email the war more gmail.com or find us on social media and the chad any of that but i gotta get to our sponsor. This week they pay this triple the normal rate and this is one of our oldest posture. So out this. He's probably not listening. We already charged a higher fee. So i mean we screwed this guy pretty good late. One shouldn't say look. It's advertising on the. I mean if he thinks that ad on our shows worth one hundred fifty bucks. Then you know we'll take it if he thinks it's worth four hundred fifty bucks talking the commercial his assurance give you worth every penny and then we'll get to the stack stupidity. You're right the did you call into a podcast. You want me. After the day here with james davidson and johnson. In here. To help you buddy honey. That's right. if you've been slandered smear your good name shanta by the war. You may be entitled to your that riot volkspark marco until against w because the news media deserve to be lampoon comedy. Show as the right. They've your reputation so jane and niece. Fm called you a walk head knucklehead chuckle in a dump them win a deleted bill dixit or call one eight hundred just jam in class action lawsuit. Remember your stupidity. Not your own call. Let's show stupid. That's one eight hundred. A i i mean i say he's gonna sue us. Why would he sue us. He's one of our longest advertisers. Well if you start screening these damn commercial screen it. I mean it's jimmy commercials. Hey sue somebody it's gonna be great riggott. Their money honey wasn't red flag that he was willing to pay three times just thought that he was honored episode younger the triple digits. Oh my guy if you. Why would anybody us we're gonna do. Is we make fun of the headlines and we make fun of you know the politics of if if you call in we called you stupid or whatever then you probably were stupid. I mean we're going to have to find representation. Now you know. Yeah i will. Our lawyer apparently turned on us. Seems like a conflict of interest. Shakespeare was writing. Who the hell would take on that offer. I mean smell the enemies. Exact review stadia now not really. We have enemies. Just move on. so let's go to this stack host divinity reo. Here let's forget about all that. Start things off with an easy target now. So first stories from the state of oregon. How that is. we're health. Officials have now announced that you are permitted by the government to kiss on days. Wow do i need like a permit for that. Do i need to stop by a local law officer bureaucrat. You gotta go down to the to the office in salem and you've got to get some southern planning your smartphone because it comes with the caveat i'll okay you can only kiss on your dates in oregon if you're both vaccinated really oh okay. So if not vaccinated than i add can't kiss. I mean frankly you probably shouldn't live that's is reading between the lives. I think that they should be locked up in a room maybe with like a feeding slot and like a couple couple times a slide trae through like a like a mail slot. What the hell meknes could just let you die off. Yeah maybe recent soiling green nothing need to jail no because of course the state of oregon things. You're less now. I love this so State health officials have declared since the beginning of the pandemic apparently in the state of oregon that you are your safest sex partners. So that's that's a lovely thing to think about. Have your government Saying big jerk in it you and your right hand. But that's it but now they they want to be able to share spike broken. So you know it's great I just hope that you know. Definitely to the freaks of antifa reproducing to be honest. Yeah we know we're kissing can lead now life. Well i mean they're resonated though they're not gonna reproduce well good point. Thank god all right well. Speaking of vaccines did yes. You would happen to the view on friday. I see what happened on the course. You didn't know what he watches the dan view. Why is it still on the air. I have no idea. I.
"dixit" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast
"You're absolutely right so a think it's very similar to mind is very similar to the physical aspects of. Thanks so when you promote stressors on the by you lift weights or you do whatever right. You're stressing that muscle and it's causing small weicker tear not small and then it has an opportunity to grow more. If you don't do anything that muscle atrophies and it just goes way you're not using it. People don't do that next mental challenge or where they're going with their life for the purpose. I think they atrophy as well mentally and it can be tough. I mean you've wrongly just like me. It's broken south in had a cast or had to recover from surgery. The atrophies quick not an can take tiny background so the that mental atrophy people can get in this downward spiral and can be very hard for them to get out because they allow that they need that challenge in that stressor the exact opposite of what they think they need one hundred percent. Yeah in the same thing with memory and they tell like older people to do like word puzzles and crossword memory challenges to keep their their brain sharp their minds sharp The same thing with anything though you got it like you said it's an added to muscle. You gotta work it. You gotta keep pushing yourself. Learn new things that actually builds new neurons in the brain. The other thing i wanted to mention though what you brought up is having that brotherhood and then kind of when you get like. That's really one of the big attractions to being in an elite group in the military. Like you were in. What do you think people can do. Guys'll yourself can do to replace that once it's gone from you like retiring from the military do you have any good ideas of maybe keeping that brotherhood alive elsewhere. Maybe not even with the same guys having that same type experience outside of the military. It's it's very difficult to do that. A lot of guys especially coming from the military retreat into family and so because the brotherhood is established through some common suffering and trust. That takes time to sort bill. So you do that with your friends though so you have. I think that obviously being seal elite a little bit heavy heavy on the mental side. Thanks but also the physical side of things brings those out so if you have your group of friends or the people that you're around you could have some common shared challenge Common shared suffering that not some discomfort. We go for a hike You have workouts that you can do. Maybe have a group that you work out with. Maybe you do. One of these aren't racist together. Something you begin to bond and some of that shared discomfort and then it creates some trusts on. That team were building. Thanks so when you do that. Think this is harder trend some businesses on this one. How do you create that unit of trust. How do you create that bond. That goes there and you have to do some events and things that are you communicating. And you're giving an example. Where i could trust you and trust is so hard to build. Go away and instant right. Yeah so very costs it is. It can be hard fi. That can be really hard to do. But i can't share those common activities. Seek out some common activities in groups that you can share that this comfortable hiking. Whatever you know people. I'm not a huge cross bitter but that seems to be placed in They're sincere discovered there without a doubt. And they they tend to bond together as a group so that's one way to do yup absolutely. There's a lot of good ideas to you know. I think that is a key component to it. All is finding that shared experience in typically. It's it's discomfort or some type of minimal suffering not suffering like you know long term but it same thing like a stress if you're working out that the short term stress for improvement of your muscles or whatever else But it's the same type of thing when you go through those types of experiences together a trust is built and friendships and compassion. And that type of thing is built automatically along with that Do you think that military members You know special forces budget. Just in general they suffer from. Ptsd on a on a Or one component to that. Ptsd for for some of them could be the lack of say having a community around that they once had before with the brotherhood. And the you know the friends that they had do you think that that could help. Maybe get some of these people over. Ptsd once they're out of it. I certainly dixit because it seems to be such a big problem. Right now is a big problem. And there's such a broad community in the military. That's hard to paint this state brush so you can have. Everybody is an individual. And so you get along these guys. That are very young. You know going to war seeing these atrocities things that happen and maybe the their brains are wired cope with that yet and so maybe they do two or four year tour military twenty years old while they're still not fully mature on their brain so how they're processing information and with leaders. They have to help them. Do that is really really tough. And i think that's a lot of where this ptsd things law in a seal team's a see less of it. It exists course or discovering. Now's at there's actually just now. A couple years ago really started looking into this traumatic brain injury piece so really received a lot of the problems are physical things not mental so your brain has actually been off enough. That the wiring slips. Things aren't firing correctly. They're trying different things to get the fire. And so you're how you trump. These things is.
"dixit" Discussed on The Old Man's Podcast
"So nobody figured out that there was going to be an exhaust problem. An air intake problem and there was so involve as many people as you can on your team when you're making decisions any project that you're doing the more cooks you having a kitchen the less likely you are to leave some kind of detail out but don't get so huge and this is where strength and leadership comes from that. You won't be paralyzed by indecision. That's a horrible thing of this big group trying to do something. You can't do it because you can't make decisions you your leader. Make the decision if it turns out to be a bad one. Don't worry of dixit down the road. We've fixed the air intake problem with the truck..
"dixit" Discussed on No Jumper
"Maybe fuck out of here. Oh my god saw that actually gave only fans drives plan porn. Been that sounds like a fucking really. Only fans jobs plan porn ban. We continue to allow sexually explicit content. You forgot to add the rest. Its context that's where you guys come in and ask the question. I thought. oh my god center. Here's a combine between that also. Why every fucking thing capitalize so. I'm well we don't. We didn't hire the just know grammar so sorry. So continue to allow sexually explicit content audio. Okay so how do you feel about that. Yeah you know more foreign for adam. I thought it wasn't even that deep. Like i thought it was just like some like hardcore like certain type aspect of it non. Stick your dick vaginas. no more. And now you can continue to stick dixit with diana's suck cock and he looked toews and now people are going to continue to be rich more patriotic content. More whores more horse year now. You're here you're here. But only when i'm here and talk yet. Lives amazing i. This is like a pr thing. You know what i'm saying. Let's put the shit out here. Let's see how people feel about this. Shit they were wasn't fucking in fucking shit. Only find was about a news. Hello bread they would have let on him. He's like you know what we don't need. We don't need to porn. They probably like oh. We'll just show the tolls and the titties man. Cut it out. You'll be fucking with the only fan bitches where they stressed out or what were they like tapping in like doing surveys. One day like they go like. Oh yeah. we're not fucking videos. No more would you do. It's like loss of identity. Exactly like what if comedy was no longer thing would you do. So that's what i'm saying. Do they reach out. 'cause like that fucking therapies saying i thompson he looked like you got your credit card on a couple only fan pages pay for i gotta go fuck. That means you. don't watch porno what. I'm not doing all that. Do you watch boring. yes or no. You've watched for him before we watch porn. I've watched it. And i have you know so you.
"dixit" Discussed on When in Spain
"I don't think they can date us suggested that. I don't think many of the countries when discussing the of what's happened to the economies around the world to just to either. The reason i mentioned is because in terms of is now a good time to buy. It actually still depends on what you what type of property looking for use but i think i wanted to start by pointing out that. I do think it was definitely going to be a massive economic contraction and for myself. Because i'm still in investors in our point i started out Investing for myself and you know run into public company in the uk. I'm looking at the market. Very cautiously with the expectations of prices to go down more so definitely now is a good time to buy by personally as invested his going to be dating myself. I'm looking at democracy expectation of prices. Go down more. Because i don't think that this v shaped recovery that people wrestled trying to willing to existence is backed up by economic data and as i live through to economic great recession of two thousand and eight likely sees. That's not what happened it literally. We didn't ten a corner here until probably twenty fifteen when recession in two thousand seven on the potato who was the gremlins time he you know he literally ignored it for a year and refuse to accept it was happening. He didn't declare until late. Two thousand eight but does wetland industry new were individually thousand seven and we didn't come out with the two hundred fifteen so i think there's going to be a sustained period of prices drop in. It's hard to say precisely of course but sustained period. We're talking probably several years four or five years now again. I don't crystal. And i deployed out when i graduated. I came into a massive session where being economist was completely useless. Because we felt dixit some saying that. I know but what i will say is a bean fruit. A few recessions on at least two while i was investing in property in helping other people do it..
"dixit" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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Bank it acknowledges the other person and that is more than a nuance as is maintaining contact with money and attention. So scarce now effective communication skills have never been more important cutting through the clutter rather than blending into the blah blah. Blah will help you connect better no matter what the conversation for more tips hit. Survival speech dot com. I'm holland cooke. Help get l. fm into more years visit promote dot l. Dot fm for free bumper sticker flyers banners graphics and more promote dot l. r. n. dot fm. It's time for declare your independence with ernest. Handcock yet to do it with me. I declare it when i first started doing radio oath. Three one of the listeners called in the station they go. Fight declare my independence. How come out to do it with you and go. Well that's a good point. I declare my independence. You know you need a government. Form is just a mindset of doing well. Dan dixit did this longtime ago. Dan dick's declared his independence from from can-canada. It doesn't matter where you just declare. Well the man don't like you declare they're going in your so not allowed. Well now the communicate with you build up this because you don't have much of a staff do you. Have you got like forty seven. Backroom people or something. I mean what. I am literally at one man show. There's there's nobody else other than just me. Which is why. It's been like that since around two thousand twelve. Which is why i need. Update that intro. That gave me. But it's it's literally just me. I do all the research. I do the editing. I do the marketing. I do the uploading. I do the posting. I do all it so Yeah dependence comes on these platforms they you. The recommendations on youtube was a big thing. I talked to a lot. And he's just like well. They took away. My i go. Well they they. They're not fair. You know they did it wrong. What the hell you put yourself in a position for that. Then they curtail what they say to stay on and even have their patriot on that they delete this dependence even after now and all this stuff that's going on on these systems even male chip is just i. I like i took a crazy pill. And i'm like what are you guys thinking. That effort needs to go in to get off of their grid. Get above the grid some of the solutions that you had you thought you did with mail chimp. So now what are you doing. what what. What texting are you using. What twitter twitter treating. Yeah i mean. Tell me everything. Well twitter. I just had my press for truth. Twitter account suspended about a week ago really. I'm so shocked. yeah I know in It's actually come to my attention why this has been happening with the go fund me in the mail champ and the twitter and youtube It's not just coming at the hands of the major tech conglomerates and and silicon valley it. Yes it is but it starts somewhere else and in canada there's actually an organization that is called anti hate. They have a website by anti hate dot. Will the canadian government just granted this group. Two hundred and seventy thousand dollars to help them take down so called hate groups. This particular group has labeled me as some sort of white supremacist trouble. We have to southern poverty law center in america. I haven't used to have on regular basis until they. Finally we added the crap out of him. And i'm going. Yeah look they just label you and who do they work with law enforcement they give them a list of these guys are bad guys. You need to go in bed. We investigated you why we had an anonymous tip from who from them. You know this is. This is going to happen. If they did create that when they create another one so they've actually being on a mass flagging campaign to try to contact all the companies that i work with and suggest that i'm violating the terms of service and depending on these companies and You know whether or not they cow tow to the mob. They then decided they wanted to terminate me or not in a lot of them. Have some of them. Haven't i'm so really. It's it's a combination of of the of the control of silicon valley tech conglomerates clamping down on us but it's also these these minions though they're just excuses that people pop one young. Somebody gave him money right. Who gave money. Why did they give them money. What was the criteria for them to get the money getting dan. Dick's that's what yeah. Yeah there there's a clear agenda to control the narrative moving forward here in canada. I don't know if you saw my latest report on some of the propaganda techniques. The canadian military's using to manipulate the behaviors of canadian people. Unbelievable they wouldn't do that. That'd be wrong. It's it's wild. They have openly are promoting campaigns. That actively are scaring canadian. Solid really quickly. Explain like the one that i just uncovered a couple of weeks ago where Not just the fake walls. That canadian military forged a letter of making it look like it was official government document telling people in nova scotia to beware of wolves in the area even put out loud speakers with wolves noises list. This is a this is psychological warfare and it was a test to gauge. How the canadian people would react. And but this is the extent that the that the canadian government is going to to misinform people and yet they shut me down as being so called. Make that finding people like dan dick's whatnot mission to begin with. Well yeah i mean. I think that is the the purpose of groups like that like the adm. Even the wolves thing. Who's got a bitch about the wolfgang. Who's gonna tell people about the wolves who stand dick's again we're man. He's like a center hub grapevine. Route of that. You're done right. Well they would like to think. I'm done but it's the furthest thing from the truth. A lot of these things that have been happening to me in two thousand twenty of really ignited that fire in the belly and really kind of had had been inspiring me to to know that i'm over the target here. So if if i'm being attacked in this way that means they they want to you know if i was just not having an effect they would ignore me you know. But since they're targeting meat so heavily. I think over the target and that gives me inspiration to.
COVID-19: What the Autopsies Reveal
"Gibbs reports on how pathologists are starting to get a much closer look at the damage that covert nineteen does to the body by carefully examining the lungs hearts kidneys and other organs of people who have died while infected with the novel Corona Virus. Wait spoke with experts at the Cleveland Clinic. And the University of Washington who have performed these high risk autopsies very few of which have been done so far in the United States. Covert nineteen is a new disease and doctors have been struggling to figure out how best to treat it putting people on ventilators as always a last resort for other diseases typically about half the patients who go onto a ventilator do not survive but Kobe nineteen patients seemed to do even worse on mechanical ventilation a study in the UK found that only about a third of corona virus patients survived that experience and in a report published on April Twenty second in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Researchers found even more alarming outcomes recently in New York City analyzing data from twelve large New York hospitals during March. They found that out of three hundred twenty patients on ventilators. Two hundred and eighty two died so only about one in nine survived mechanical ventilation. We know this. New Corona virus damages the lungs. But how exactly does it differ in important ways from influenza and other VIRAL INFECTIONS? Some experts have suggested that the virus can infect and damage the heart as well and maybe the kidneys or even the brain when people are seriously ill with Cova nineteen. They seem to be at higher. Risk of blood clots. But it's really hard to determine from lab tests and fuzzy medical images whether it's the virus damaging these other organs or whether the body's own immune system fouling up the works as it generates massive inflammatory response to combat the corona virus. Any kind of lung injury can result in acute respiratory distress syndromes. This is a disease process that we've known about for a long. It's a very typical pattern of injury that we see in the lungs when they're injured for many many different kinds of reasons. That's disarray Marshall. A pathologist at the University of Washington. She says that it's often the cascading organ failure triggered by acute respiratory distress syndrome or A. Rds The causes elderly people to die from influenza and firefighters to die from smoke inhalation and cancer patients to die from reactions to chemotherapy. The pressing question. We need to answer for Kobe. Nineteen is whether it's just a rds that makes the disease deadly or whether this new diseases different and even more complicated to treat them what doctors have seen before well if you watch TV you know what medical examiners do when they want to figure out what killed somebody. There's just no substitute for a thorough and detailed autopsy earlier this month researchers published the first English language autopsy results on people who died after becoming infected with the novel Corona Virus. The paper appeared in the American Journal of Clinical Pathology on April tenth. It describes to interesting cases both from Oklahoma case one was seventy seven year old man who had cycled between fever and chills for six days before finally calling for an ambulance on March twentieth. He had high blood pressure and some other health issues but no cough on the trip to the hospital. He was gasping for air and his heart stopped by the time they arrived at the emergency room. It was too late. The gentleman had not seen a doctor for his fever. He had not been tested for Kobe. Nineteen so it wasn't clear what had caused the heart attack taking his life. The Medical Examiner's team in Oklahoma City decided that it was important to find out they swabbed the man's nasal passages and also his lungs both swabs tested positive for the SARS. Kobe virus and chest xrays showed what they described as complete white out in. What would normally be dark empty lung? Cavities doing an autopsy on a Kobe. Positive body is risky but they had the special protective equipment and high containment room. They needed to do it and maybe they could learn something that would help save some of the hundreds of thousands of people around the world who will fight cove in nineteen for their lives in the months to come so they laid his body on the dissecting table and they opened them up. The team contacted a well-known lung pathologist at the Cleveland Clinic to help them interpret what they saw especially as they examined tissue samples from bears organs under the microscope. My name is Sanjay Mukhopadhyay. I'm director of pathology at the Cleveland Clinic. Autopsies give you another deeper look into tissue. That is actually several layers of resolution higher than what you can get from a history a physical examination routine laptops even the highest resolution CD. Scans none of them. Even approach the resolution that you can get from an autopsy. The medical examiner had noticed that. This man's lungs were two to three times heavier than usual. A Common Consequence of AIDS pathologist actually referred to that syndrome by a different name. One that describes the end result of the disease lung cells. They call it diffuse. Lv alert damage in that gentleman. We found diffuse Alveoli damage under the microscope. When you take a breath and it goes down your windpipe. The windpipe actually branches and to do and when goes into the left lung and one goes into the right and then those branches of the windpipe branch like the branches of a tree. You know they get smarter than sponsored smaller as you go. Further and further away and the end point of the branch is what we call an Lvn Louis or colloquially you can call it an air sac and what that is just a very tiny balloon. You need a microscope to see it. And they're just cows and thousands of those little balloons in the lung. That's what makes up the lamp so each time. You inhale you inflate thousands of microscopic Vealy as the ED enters into that little balloon with oxygen in it. The point of the balloon is to take that oxygen into the bloodstream. The wall of the balloon has little blood vessels in it so in the normal language. Dicap- breath the oxygen goes from the middle of the balloon into the one of the balloon. And that's where the arteries are and the oxygen goes into your blood cells. Red Blood Cells. We call them. And then that Dixit back to the heart and the heart center the oxygen to the rest of the body for this exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide to work properly. The thin lining of the air SAC has to be very close to the walls of the blood vessels. Now what happens in in actually in any severe viral infection is that the virus starts causing damage reading a digest. I which is the back of the throat and then all the way down so all the way down the windpipe down the branches to the smallest branches and then into the air sex and when it gets into the AIR SACS. Call that a viral pneumonia. What's happening is actually. The virus is damaging the walls of the those little webs of capillaries that surround the walls of the air. Sacs start to leak proteins fluids white blood cells and debris from destroyed lung seep into the air sacs the debris clogs the balloons. But maybe even more important it also thickens the walls of the air sacs. Literally it's making a barrier for the oxygen to go from the middle of the relates to the bloodstream and so this is the reason that oxygen levels are so low in these patients who are very sick from ovid. The researchers concluded that case won the seventy seven year old man had died from Kobe. Nineteen even though he had never been diagnosed with it. Mukhopadhyay said he was struck by similar. The pattern of organ damage was to what he's used to seeing from autopsies on people who died from other viral infections. It's actually very similar to what happens in influenza and at just to mention a few other examples. Sars you know the SARS from two thousand to two thousand three identical merced Middle Eastern disparaties syndrome identical findings. I did autopsies and deported them on H. One and one when that happened the swine flu identical findings and I give you one more example. You know the when the vaping thing happened just recently and many people were getting sick from the most sick patients but actually developing diffuse. Lbj damage case too was different. This man had to the hospital a day earlier on March nineteenth. He was only forty two but had myo tonic. Muscular dystrophy a hereditary disease that causes muscles to weaken or atrophy. Sometimes so much that food can back up from the stomach. Go down the wrong tube into the lungs where causes bacterial pneumonia? He felt sharp abdominal pains and went to the hospital where a cat scan showed fluid in his lungs just hours later his heart gave out any passed away although he was labelled as community acquired pneumonia and died and was found to be covert positive. The microscopic examination. This patient does not support the idea that he died of Gobert so there was no damage instead. They found food particles and bacterial infection in the airway clear signs of aspirational pneumonia. So case to died with cove in nineteen but he did not die of covert nineteen. Which makes it very interesting because it brings up the issue of. How often is this happening? How often are people who are PAS? Different went on a nasal swab dying of things other than Kobe. I put that question to Desert Marshall whom we heard from earlier. I'm the director of autopsy after De Services at the University of Washington Medical Center since early. March Marshall has performed more than a dozen autopsies of people who died after testing positive for corona virus infection. She says the results of those autopsies have been submitted to a Medical Journal for publication but are still undergoing peer review. Marshall says that the risk of infection that this fires poses has changed how they perform all autopsies regardless of whether the person was suspected to have covert nineteen. Or not so. We've actually started to swab all of our students and get those results before will perform an autopsy in our facility. That isn't the negative pressure sweet so his Marshall also found that like case to in Oklahoma some patients are dying of something else but turning out to have corona virus infection as well we have not. We have not had any unexpected positive results yet. It's still a limited number but of the probably fifteen that we've done. We have not had a positive comeback where we weren't expecting it. And what about the finding from case one in Oklahoma here in Washington are most of the Kobe? Nineteen patients dying from more or less standard AIDS or the autopsies revealing evidence of the virus infecting and damaging other organs as well hearing concerns of the clinicians and folks on the front lines there's the virus infecting the heart or is it just kind of secondary affects related to the critical illness. Is there excess? Clotting related to this disease. Different things like that. It looks like it's helping us to see that Cova did is actually causing typical acute respiratory distress syndrome. Initially there were thoughts that it was behaving a bit differently. But I think as we get more numbers of people and there's less of the individual variability the vast majority of these cases are showing the typical pathologic features of acute respiratory distress and Which we call a diffuse Alveoli damage. Pathology it does look like it. Is that phenomenon and there's not something Speaking out pathologically. That's different in a way that will inform them that you know. They should probably continue to use. The evidence based tried and true therapies for areas in particular marshal says. They aren't seeing an unusual number of small blockages and blood vessels. That would require treatment beyond the usual blood thinners such as Heparin nor has her group or other. She has heard from around. The country found the corona virus causing serious heart infections in the autopsies. They
Tile testifies against Apple in Congressional antitrust hearing
"This made amy really mad. This made me really mad. Congress had hearings in Boulder Colorado. That's not what made me mad by the way orders. Love D. H. H H h and the tie more than d. h. the CEO of tile. WHO said apple acted Andy competitively by putting fine my iphone? The IPHONE Tile makes a Bluetooth tracker really big. You can't stick a title to your iphone and then expect to use it. And I I don't know if I agree with her contention that by put I think there is merit in the the overall complaint that apple will can do stuff with iphone APPs that other companies can't do right yes so tiled is all of the location features. That apple's iphone could allow apple. Has You know monopoly. In that respect. She was there testifying in front of Congress. So hello Were a few other. CEO's including We're just testifying about Apple The guys who do this is probably why they were in boulder you know those pop sockets. Let's go on the back of your phone. That's from boulder. I know that because my docket for the pop song you can rocket you can dock the rock up the pocket socket Danny Kaye moment The pocket guy said I you know I. We have to sell through Amazon. We tried not solitaire. Cut His ten million dollars but Amazon. Basically really you know stole our design and started making their own. I guess that's what he was saying. I think he just said it was hard. I don't think he said there was. They didn't like selling. Yeah this field this whole thing. And then David Hannah Meyer. Hanson a WHO is founder of base camp. And I've I've talked to many times. He invented ruby on rails. He's kind of legendary in our business despite his Propensity for buying very very expensive automobiles. What could possibly be wrong with that in a bit of a twitter drama? He's a drama magnet. He's the guy who said my wife got a different Credits it's on the air air apple cart Outrage had never be never presage investigation. The investigation should always come first. Yeah yeah well. That's what twitter we're in his world. Now we're twitter and the outrage engine you know pre pre precedes everything in any event He said that these companies. What did he say he had a great line? And I can't read it because I can't scroll only hope help us help us help US Congress. You're only he complained about through beyond what you said that. Yeah he said the digital ecosystem been quote colonized by a handful of big tech companies. Help US Congress. You're our only hope. Yes that's that's yeah that's that's not a great way to daily for that's not that's not customary for Tech Company to say please Congress legislated interfere with our business because that's not that creates. It's a long standing tradition if you go to the E U for instance. A lot of the E. U.'s. Regulations and privacy things that whole you know what Jeff Jarvis calls the SOMJAI Shrek. The snow'll snippet thing came because publishers magazine and newspaper. Publishers went to the courts and e you and said he skies is this Google. They're really making it hard for us. And and so I think it's not unusual for companies that can't compete in the marketplace to say fix Dixit uneducated legislators by lush parts. Yeah I made I. We sold a green screen plugin called demand for for a long time. You know And we made a lot of money on it. I mean it was solid thirty thousand dollars a month that comes comes in on one hundred twenty eight K.. Unprotected plug it like there was no. There was no password. There was nothing I just installed and it just kind of came in and I knew you. Everybody knew that as soon as apple fixes the green screen because their green screen plug in and final cut was so bad that the reason that everyone was buying ours is because it's the only only way to make it work. That is that the that the money the you know the meal train would be over. You'd be sure locked. Eventually I knew I was going to be sure eventually you know it. It was like like that was coming. You know and and I wasn't so when apple came out with with vinyl cut ten and they had a great green screen plug in and there. I was like well. We're done there. We're GonNa we want something else you know now and and the thing is that if we had done it two weeks after you came out with Devi Matt meaning that timing. That would have been bad. Timing the thing is is that they're not and the thing is. Is that you you could see that. It was there any indefinitely when you're working with any of these big companies you know. I worked with a lot of the big companies. You know that they can squash you in a second now and you. How would love to go to Congress Congress and say you know? There's way too many podcasts. You've just got to limit with number of shows available. The the the other thing though is that is that it is These companies have made it easier to sell than ever has been when we look at this idea to have a monopoly in the apple store though the Supreme Court that is the apple store though. That's their store like David Monopoly on store for less than far less than half of of the world's population and definitely less than you go to android argument to be made that apple has proprietary access to private. API's is that gives them the ability to compete in a way that no third party developer can but that goes right back to our previous argument. Because would you trust any random person with access to the. Api He is. Yes so you have to have some sort of like in my perfect world there would be a vetting system where certain other trusted companies will do it. It's is incredibly gray and fuzzy line to try to walk but I do think that there there there will not only does it have to be but there will eventually be regulated to be some sort of bigger system him than we have right now at the APP store but I really thought that part of the conversation. We're talking about apple that they would be talking about borderline abuse that Apple reeks upon developers through controlling all of their APPS through required. API's like if you like a if apple. Suddenly he decides that a new cloud service is absolutely critical to the future of the company and the future of the Cup and the future of this cloud servers require will will be boosted by forcing every single developer to support it whether the whether that API is finished usable or sensible for the product that the developers is making they can inflict that demand that change upon the developer. The number two stories that you get from developers saying that we had all these plans for twenty nineteen to spend and most of our most of the money and time that we spend enhancing our product to finally bringing this wonderful feature that all of our users have been demanding. Unfortunately we had to spend that time instead said supporting an API that we don't use that makes no sense to us. That apple is not so new. That apple hasn't really documented but apple will not allow are apt to be updated dated in the APP store unless it supports this new. API So apple has a lot of a lot to answer for but not being able to track tile tracker through the find. My APP properly really to me. Is that one of them. I just WanNa say like someone who has sold a lot of software. I I just have to say that in the old days there was I I have to now figure out how to distribute that. How many secure it? How am I gonNA do e commerce for it how am I gonNa do the promotion for it? How am I gonNa do all these things that the APP store took away and made it? It made it simpler. I would even consider doing it on my own anymore. I mean I would absolutely put all if I develop software again I would absolutely put it on the APP orange. I wouldn't complain and just move on because it has never been better than than wh wh what. It is now as someone who's who went through the trouble of doing and all the stuff that I had to being able to distribute updates to know that everybody's going to get I mean the idea that you could distribute updates. Everybody actually knows that there's an update and and it's super simple for them to update and and do their thing is amazing. It is amazing as someone who did this update in ten percent of the people would even know it was there and it was free you know and then they come back and complain and they're talking about this doesn't work. I'm like that's like three versions ago. You know and so the idea that you can keep everybody up up-to-date on it that you can move those things out about the it's not perfect is definitely not better but but holy smokes. Is it better than it used to be. Well okay
Ignore the hype — this is not an impeachment inquiry
"New Developments arise in the connection between the trump whistleblower and house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff the State Department inspector general opens another mess and president from goes off in front of the head head of Finland. I'm Ben Shapiro. This is the Ben Shapiro show. I mean I do have to say you have to feel a little bit bad for the foreign leaders who sit there while president trump goes because man when president trump does these press conferences and goes off on the press and then goes off on the Democrats Democrats and you are like the president of Finland the Prime Minister of inland and you're sitting there looking like you just cannot wait to get out and Jim from the office. It's pretty it's pretty spectacular. Alerts stuff well a lot breaking in the news. I I think that it's important to make a note that Andrew McCarthy makes today over at the hill he of course is illegal correspondent for National Review and he gives them important Gordon information about the background of this whole impeachment inquiry and that is that so far it is basically Kabuki theatre meaning. It's not an official impeachment inquiry for all the talk about impeachment inquiry and we're supposed to put all of our focus into impeachment. Nothing has actually fundamentally changed. Here's what Andy McCarthy writes today. He says there is no impeachment pitchman inquiry. There are no subpoenas. You're not to be faulted if you think a formal inquest is underway and the legal process has been issued the misimpressions completely understandable if you've been taking in media coverage in in particular reporting on a Haughty September twenty seven th letter from House Democrats presuming to direct Secretary of State Mike pompeo on pain of citation for obstruction to cooperate in their demands to should oppose State Department officials and review various records. The letter is signed by not one but three committee chairman. Remember your elementary math. Oh Zero is still zero even when multiplied by three what what is portrayed as an impeachment inquiry is actually just a made for cable TV political soap opera. The House of Representatives is not conducting formal impeachment inquiry to the contrary Sandy McCarthy Congressional Democrats are conducting the twenty political campaign. The House has not voted as a body to authorize an impeachment inquiry while we have here are partisan theatrics preceding under the Ipse Dixit of Speaker Nancy Pelosi raises the profile but not the legitimacy of the same impeachment inquiry and they're no subpoenas a secretary pompeo observed in his fittingly tart heart response on Tuesday what the committee chairman issue was merely a letter. It's huffing and puffing. Not withstanding the letter is nothing more than an informal request for voluntary cooperation. Legally it has no compulsive the power if anything it is rife with legal deficiencies and McCarthy is pointing out here that all the talk of impeachment inquiry Democrats have actually utilized the power that they have in Congress in order to subpoena members of the executive branch why will because then get litigated in the courts because that's the way this stuff works you subpoena somebody in the White House. The White House has no and then it ends up in court and the court. Hashes it out but that leads to delay instead what the Democrats are doing is they are issuing fake subpoenas basically request for people to show up. If the White House says hold up a second they then accused the White House of obstruction. This appears to be manufactured. I mentioned this yesterday. The Democrats are now using a wide variety of theories in order to justify their push for impeachment as it turns out that the quid pro quo arrangement supposedly evident from the trump Ukrainian presidents Lewinsky's phone call falls apart as it turns out that allegation doesn't make any sense in the absence of any information that Ukrainian leadership believed that the president was withholding military aid as that becomes clear the Democrats are now shifting the narrative on impeachment. Maybe the impeachment is not about pro after all. Maybe it's about President Trump mouthing off. Maybe it's about President trump yelling at the whistle blower. Maybe it's about obstruction of justice well. What if if the Democrats basically boxed themselves in here what of Nancy Pelosi went off half cocked because she believed that it was important to get her base on board because she couldn't hold them back any longer because Nancy Pelosi isn't actually in control of this process. Remember earlier this year. Nancy Pelosi tried to take out the squad earlier this year. Nancy Pelosi tried to marginalize the radicals in her base and president trump basically prohibited her from doing that by attacking the radicals in her pace forcing her to rally around them well that meant the Nancy Pelosi is now subject to their whims and that means ironically the president trump unifying Nancy Pelosi with the radicals in her base led to this fo impeachment inquiry was anti McCarthy writes standing committees. He's do have subpoena power so why not use it well because subpoenas get litigated in court when the people or agencies on the receiving end object. Democrats want to have an impeachment show inquiry on on television they don't want to defend its Bona Fides in court and they certainly don't want to defend their letter threatening obstruction the Democrats media grabs note the chairman's admonition that any failure by pompeo Oh to comply shall quote constitute evidence of obstruction of the houses impeachment inquiry what a Crock as McCarthy points out in criminal proceedings prosecutors constantly demand information and defense presumptively resists and then ends up in court he says Congressional Democrats know all of this. Many of them are lawyers. They're issuing partisan letters. That pose was legally offensive threats rather than subpoenas because this is a show not impeachment inquiry subpoenas that don't require chest-beating obstruction. Everyone knows their compulsory but everyone also knows. They may be held up in court so what this really looks like. Overall is the Democrats basically trying to drum up something something upon which they can get trump in the public doc mind and that became an eminently clear when it became clear that the whistle blower in this particular case was probably coordinated with Adam Shifts office before the whistleblower complaint was even elevated to the level of the Inspector General of the intelligence community.
"dixit" Discussed on Scale The Podcast
"You can now shape everything about their job around achieving that goal in that goal. You've just been a benchmark in their life but they will never forget you. Well loyalty just gets built in so isolated weird case it. What we think is important doesn't matter it's all about what the consumer feels and i love that and if you're building a business one of the things i love is were kind of zigging and zagging into our area like wh what is what is the one thing when you're hiring somebody that you guys focus on because you've got a big organization man. There's not a lot of companies your size out there. In fact you're in the point zero four percent of all businesses out there when you come in and get a consultation we share with you the business roadmap which breaks down where everybody is and matt is in the top echelon of all businesses so hearing ring from him his strategies for employee retention and how to organize stuff. That's a huge that this would be a huge value to our audience. What what do you focus on. When you hire hire people and how do you empower them. And how do you get them tied to your vision like what's your secret around that matt. That's an excellent question and the one thing i i think that when i really had to break it down one of the hardest things is somebody to do is to delegate and give control and let someone else take control so the probably the one element that stands out more than anything and obviously you wanna find people. I think i would say to that number. One is making sure that the person in hiring is skilled enough a higher base and skill burst just because i want to make sure that i'm not putting a round peg square hole or someone needs a job so turn that it works out so i make sure the skill sets the match but the bottom line hiring somebody that i really wanna know is is do they genuinely care about the people that we serve the one thing that i look at when i asked somebody after they've interviewed. I make them watch video. Make them learn about us. I asked him what impresses you most about our company and what i don't. I don't tell them the answer but what i really wanna hear there's that you change people's lives and that you genuinely care. They're passionate about their success because at the end of the day you're you're gonna make a mistake. I'm gonna make a mistake. We're all gonna make mistakes. Sooner or later learned over the years is that when you make a mistake on the aside of passionately carrying about someone success people will forgive you much quicker than if you just make a mistake you don't care right when and somebody when i sense that someone's made a mistake and they don't care that's grounds for termination for me. They're not a cultural fit. Yep hip plus the and the thing that i wanna see in the thing i've also learned over the years is when someone makes a mistake that question. They know i'm going to ask they're gonna come to me. With what system are you gonna. Put in place or should we put in place to greatly increase the likelihood that this will not happen again. <hes> it's a realistic to say oh well. This will never happen again if somebody says that they're lying because that's reality but did that's why i say what system will greatly reduce the odds of this happening again. That's realistic. That's the real world and now if you've got system a system as far less likely to fail or we can identify dixit forty becomes a problem dude. I love those two things like learn learn how to clearly delegate and like give up control. I'm a control.
"dixit" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Of the old synthetics folks from ten fifteen years ago and some of the new ones in my office so I took to racecourse executives to see to see it well. It couldn't believe it is night and day the old stuff on the new when you see them next to each other just in some trial boxes so what you said about the Jewish yes. I'm sure they did but they need to get with it. You how many how many track management teams have reached out to you <hes> over the last several months and as this have you talked to the strack group with talk. We've talked to a few people. Nothing's happened yet <hes> but he will do a and it'll be forced upon them by the politicians. The politicians will say well. You've got to do Becker thirty years ago. Formula One drivers were dying. It's alarming rate so the public said this has got to stop so Formula One on <hes> enacted a whole lot of new safety measures huge now formula one very safe. Thank goodness and that's what the racing industry is going through. Synthetics are going to be the major not the only part of the major part of it Michael Go Michael Dickinson is with us everyone and not only we talking about his return to training pretty much full-time and the great success that he's having the racetrack in the afternoons but also the groundbreaking work of we have to say now Mr and Mrs Dickinson. We can't say Michael Dickinson anymore. Obviously we've got Joe Killing Wakefield my wife Nice. I'm known as Mr Wakefield certain certain quarters I have there you go Michael going back to the the first past the first generation were was visit any was there ever any issue about <hes> learning curve and and he any <hes> cutting of corners or or Kotani Colin steaks I am everyone makes mistakes when they start out. You expect to get a perfect ten the first time you get hold it about so there were lots of mistakes. I'm curious to do they just ran the John a couple of weeks ago at Belmont and it occurs to be did you ever you must have had conversations with John years ago about synthetics given that he tried to pioneer them himself. Yes I will. I wasn't <hes> Yeah I was a long time ago. Though it was before I was into synthetics John neighborhood. There's a great man I used to look talking to another. We talked about index interesting because he tried that Tartan you know you had the Tartan turf that <hes> yeah prevented with and <hes> and that wet late sixties <hes> and that was or or even earlier <hes> and didn't go so well but <hes> you make a great point it. It's an evolution and I it just does feel Michael Like we're all going to have to revisit this and everyone's going to have to understand the the ramifications of of the external pressures right well. I'm delighted it's been way way too long and we could we could go on for a long time given all the fascinating achievements of your career but we'll save it and we'll look forward to seeing Pena and and the rest of them out there as the summer unfolds and we'll talk again soon. Thank you very much steve not anytime you want especially on the surface issue because it I think those that are resisting are going to have to visit this. I mean it's it's now about the bet is sometimes the best didn't like them but the bestest Lovett in <hes> in the U._k.. Barney curly was one of the biggest gums of all the love yeah. He loves betting on that well if it's good enough if it's good enough for Vardi right okay thank you Michael Dickinson unbelievable just a the fascinating and Joan Wakefield let Louis I think we're going to have to include Mrs. Dixit <hes> in in these conversations because she picked up the mantle and is instrumental in the creating this new generation at the Pierre I I just felt it was important to hear from Michael. Let's take a quick break. Here and Catherine Dave Phillips has been listening in and we'll get catherine little late to her but Katherine..
"dixit" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Kinda play it pertains one and two on Logan. Kind of hard had Tommy, John surgery in two thousand fourteen which is why he got a fifth year in his college time pitching in the big ten. Dixit of the wind to swan lifted into right. At shallow. It comes quirky certain sprinted gets there right near the line makes the cash. Art. The dump one in that case doesn't catch up to and covers a lot of ground that he makes it, what rather efforts one out there at the second quirky is primarily played center this season. He's played right. A couple of times this week now only handful of times all year long. But he's too good of a defensive outfielder regardless of where you put up the ball drop in like that. What out? There comes Eric would power bat for the right side third year with Indianapolis for Eric would respect swan at fly deep foul. I will add apply. Eric would batting only to twelve this year. But he's got eight homers twenty driven. Last year here, he got it to sixty nine. Right handed hitter. Left-handed hurler, big swinging this at a cutter nothing. So Kyle heart. Itchy get this his first ever Tripoli road game in the same state where he was the star at college. Pretty cool symmetry for hearts, DOT bitch would swing set is jammed, but bites it off out into the second accents for band radical the cash. Backwards cap on above is yellow t shirt. Glow. Again, would swings and misses nice changeup straight through second strikeout for Kyle heart. There are two quick outs. The second argue that the two strikeouts that he said so far, the one to Craig now this one would the ones he's retired espec- pitches tonight. I was that cutter that wrote down in it on Craig and Allie floats, this change that goes down in a way, the right hit hitting would foul tips, six out the catcher Christian Kelly up there. Back up most of the year and he takes a strike at the needs. Only one Kelly whose batting only two seventeen to twenty nine eight. One home for just five driven for the right handed hitting back stop out of Cal poly. Panova swingset, MRs. Changeup and heart ahead to Kyle. Was part of that. Same Indiana University baseball team in this state, but he was a college that Sam Travis was on that went to the two thousand thirteen college World Series to twelve on line towards second on a hop. It's by Tobias keeps it at his feet though. Fix backup throws out Kelly. Shift on till bias was pretty much right near the second base bag that takes a hit away from Christian. One two three inning. Four hearts after two, it's to nothing in the socks radio nickel. They come from every corner of the beltway fierce warriors of house advertising, each one.
"dixit" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"At Bill as to Chevrolet. Activity winding down here at the apple Motor Speedway. Greg's drug Mike Thomson Donald Davidson, we'll hear from Tony Donahue again. He is collecting some sound from seven passion, and not necessarily for our program, but of course, for the fan morning show tomorrow morning, and even though it's a holiday tomorrow tradition at one zero seven five FM in ten seventy the fan is that all shows are on Memorial Day to talk about the activities of today. With, of course, I'm passionate winning the hundred and third running of the Indianapolis five hundred mile race. A obviously won the grand prix fifteen days ago, as well, and that kind of, like today was made with a very late race pass that day, it was of Scott Dixit. We mentioned the fact that Scott Dixon did lead thirteen laps day. We had to get a lot of that was on fuel strategy, and pit sequencing and cycling through like that, at the day. Scott Dixon finished seventeenth. He was probably better than a seventeenth place car, but it was also not. Really a factor in the decision today, and so not exactly a banner month for Chip Ganassi racing now. I mean, they really weren't that much of a factor. I mean, the fact was they, they were getting outstanding mileage, and that's what you were just talking about they lead because the mileage, getting was just fabulous. So they were off sequence a little bit. And I think had strategy played out a little bit differently. I think it might have played into their hands a little more. But I'm straight speed. They really weren't a factor because with speed at all today, I didn't think we've talked about the longevity of Scott Dixon already on this broadcast, but looks like on a number stat surpassed in Indianapolis legend today. Absolutely. I mentioned earlier that Tony Kahn, Scott Dixon, moved up to sixth and seventh in terms of all time, lapse completed, which I think, is kind of a surprise and and because it doesn't seem like being around that long, but the other one might Thompson pointed out that I had not seen yet was that Scott Dixon moved to ninth on the all time, lapse lead category. Ori passing Bobby Unser also. I think that was a record that was tied today, but this is a little bit of trivia, Jim Cornell has got a great store. The, the, the singing back home again. And Indiana, the type of which is actually Indiana. If you look at the original sheet music, as I've said, in the past, eight say, nothing about back home, again, as just and the Anna. But anyway, I believe that the final note last year and this year he holds it. I believe for twelve seconds. Now twelve seconds doesn't sound very much. But when you think about that as the final note, and being able to pull in enough air to be able to, to do that without wavering at all. I think it was really, really impressive. You know, we're so familiar with going from green to yellow to read the white checkered Jim different shave off and see around here when he goes from red to purple, you know. Yeah. He gives everything he has. But again, and I put this out there on Twitter, and I was the only person that said it to try to fill the shoes of Jim Nabors is a remarkably on enviable task after one year of straight, no chaser, which is a great effort, but it didn't seem the right fit Jim Cornelius incomes in and for a third consecutive year. He has been absolutely fantastic. And certainly hope that it's going to be a new tradition. You're kind of back to the to the drivers on track and Mike and I had this conversation to some degree, and it feeds into what Donald has talked about. We have been so blessed as IndyCar fans and fans of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to enjoy. This generation nearly full for two decades of Scott Dixon of Tony Kinan and Elliot, Castro Neves and think Scott's, in a different place is a little bit younger. Those other two guys Tony Silla fulltime contender, Elliott is not and again really for this entire month and Tony. Johny all start with you, you know, TK and Elliott were not a big part of the Scotian. Have we really seen maybe their last best chances of winning this five hundred for Elliot fourth time for Tony a second time, are those maybe in the rear view mirror at this point, you would hope not because at silly that there's something in a tank for both of those drivers? But the, the fact that, you know, a tenth place finish for today. Like that's good. You really wasn't running at high most of the race. And, and for Elliot, I still can't count him out if he's in a Penske, and if he comes back with Penske, and I just can't think that he would want to come here and run for another team or Roger Penske will let him come here to run for another team. If they do bring him back. I think Elliot's still has a chance. It was a very disappointing month for him last year. Very well, very good outside of the accident. You know, they qualified well and he was racing inside the top ten. So you would hope not..
"dixit" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"So again additional contracts continue to be revealed. This was you know, come on. This was the a trough of deals going on at the UN's board. That's I said Pugh was just the tip of the iceberg. No, she's being investigated by the state prosecutor by the FBI and the IRS. Do all of these others that have either resigned or deals before the board? Do they escape? The Dr baby they'll look at Pugh and see if the cast a wide net here don't know. The Baltimore family of the two year old shot outside south west Baltimore officers performed CPR the child rushing the hospital, thus saving his life. You know, that's a good police thing, right? Well, that family is grateful to the police, and there's a they're out of here. I can't say I blame them. They're moving out of Baltimore. He's not safe to live in certainly certain areas of Baltimore is the most dangerous city in the country right now in the second most dangerous if you live alone. The state of Maryland that is back to your calls and comments here this morning. We start with Ernest in west Baltimore Ernest. Good morning. Problem. But I don't think she say anything wrong. Got a background involved with me. He's been calling for years. People that was attacking Catherine Pugh with black people. That way it over at Morgan. Supervisor used to work for Allan Prell Mallory pink appear. Allen, proud, right. Got along with Alan Pell. Great and run right now. They attacked that woman every day. Oh kinds of things that only attacked her case because Sony wait way over at Morgan who teaches out loyal attack every day. And when you call call let's see why she's attack this one because he hasn't been charged with anything. They will get indignant. I know, you know, about the Mitchells don't, you know, about the Mitchell. Well, the Mitchells. The way the way the Whitman. Didn't that go to a federal penitentiary? But Michael Mitchell day. The. You want ask your and his win win when Mary boob Bhalla said, you know, that the three African American mayors two of which resigned based on one on a conviction. The other one has resigned based on under- investigation. Do you find that to be racist and sexist? No. She was doing her job. You know? I don't take anything like that. Something is wrong. I'm I'm sure I don't think he did anything wrong. I think he's black people that was on the air and on the, Dan. Like the Mitchells at Mitchell. He's on Autobody went for law and order when his uncle and father was committing crimes. Full loyal. By me being in law enforcement. I note Michael Mitchell sold seventy thousand dollars three Chow and got this bug. I think we all aren't as we all realized you know, what Mary was trying to do and the quantity kind of question. She was a. And. And if she had to do it over again, she probably would have rephrased it. The same question. I wouldn't do it over. She didn't do if she did it. Oh. Well. She s a question that should have been asked and all the person had to do. Answer the question, she that was an implication the way it was phrased that because these people previous mayors were black females that that was a problem, and we have to have a change in that case, wait way, he was black. She attacked that only captain to but but Sheila Dixit Sheila Dixon, call the other day yesterday. At wanting to say, somebody called me told me you talking about me on a talk televi-. So with with gateway ways, we could talk about it over a Cup of coffee. He'll addiction didn't get into like she should have. I wanted to say, I don't think they marry boop bowel yarns anything wrong. Jane argument to be made here or initiatives that we have heard, you know, again, this as stork when when you had she'll addiction than the Stephanie Rawlings Blake then you had Catherine Pugh. This was being praised as a new direction new leadership that black women were being elected to lead the city, and that was being considered a good thing. And so if you're going to make it historic that, you know, black women finally are rising to the top there now leading the city voters are entrusting them. If that's okay to make those kinds of comments, and they were made. I remember when they were made, then why is it racist and sexist to point out if they fail in those jobs. I don't like I said, I don't think my did anything wrong. But see where the problem comes in. Is it tackle? Catherine pugh. Was attack. No other because it's been. Cramps in in politics in the state of Maryland..
"dixit" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Of it's done as he felt the pressure in the neutral zone over to portray Angelo up the right wing got it into the middle of the ice breaches. Take the check on the play, but keep the marine cedars. Sticks. Louis. Third period will play and the Bose goal would be the game winner for the blues. KM for the call to one the final in the first playoff matchup between these two franchises the blues within first playoff appearance twenty seventeen where they lost in round two. They're looking for the Stanley Cup finals appearance for the first time since nineteen seventy six career postseason goal. Second game winning goal is first since the series against the capital's eight twenty blues. Take game one of that series stars three two win over the predators. Dallas taking the opener of that series. Predators have never won a series when they trail by losing the first game nine times. They've lost all nine blue jackets lightning opening their series that hold onto the play as trying to throw it back to the blue line. Jenner takes to Anderson. Here comes to change, maybe Anderson. He takes. Tan. Three. To the far corner. Sarah's got it there. Duchenne knockdowns. It's clearing attempt. Jones goes in and Dixit free to the center point baranca, the fanatic back to Joe. Power play goal. Thanks, just buried it. Blue jackets lead four to three now will be the final is the blue jackets take the opener, blue jackets winning and snapping a six game losing streak against the lightning. Match up between these French franchises. The blue jackets taking the lead in the series second. Regulation win in playoff history. Straight ahead..
"dixit" Discussed on WGN Radio
"To face off in the hawk zone in the circle deal years left. It was rally was going to go and check Gustav forsling. You turned away from the Czech hoping to find the puck. But corral he did. And set up a charring for pointblank chance. You gotta tape that hits. You can't just move out of the way like that that fourth line of the Boston Bruins corral, a churry, and Wagner, a very physical line. They don't take any shortcuts. They finish all their checks every time, and they have really given the Blackhawks fits in their own end of the ice with their physical play Atari down in the defensive zone labeled Patrick Kane, and that to do the ir Cain who actually kind of went back out of behind the net. The hawk line pokes the puck to center ice. Bruins get back in front of the penalty boxes. John More will stick the puck down the boards into the hawk zone. Rolls behind the net into the far corner. Dalstrom carries back in behind the hawk net into the near corner. Lost the puck and escapes of Peterson lark, but Strom Dixit out for the hawks. Forty seconds left in the period to Murphy along the left ports the dalstrom hawk line right wing destroy him over the top of the right circle. Cuts across the slot. Shoots. Rascasse down with a butterfly save. Strom loose puck between the circles took a home to Murphy right point sends it closes inquires. He's. That's deflects up off the ice. I believe it hit the stick of John More in front and deflected past harassed with twenty two seconds left in period. Number two hawks. Get one back it's Dunkin t scarring and it's four two Boston. What a pull it from Duncan Keith. Play Blackhawks and the offense is only got it. They settled down. Controversy. I think it was through it over the duck. And Keith that he just fires when it goes off the stick of one of the defenders the Bruins and right up over the glove. Took Arash not much. You can do in that situation by the Blackhawks to the gap back to to finish off the last twenty seconds of this period for that goal. And every Blackhawks goal scored tonight. Gerald auto group will make a generous one hundred dollars donation of living well cancer resource center. Gerald cares. Number three on the season for Keith ten seconds left in the period. Saad takes a pass from secure down the left wing into the corner. Bruins zone. Put the puck behind the net. Frederick dependent against the dasher getting a little help there from McEvoy and there's the horn ending play in period, number two. So the Bruins will take a four to to lead into the dressing rooms after two periods. The shots on goal favoring Boston as well. Twenty eight to thirteen so again the Bruins with fourteen shots in a period. Outshot the hawks in that period, fourteen to six and the Bruins. They were able to score a big goal that came off the stick of debris net. Eighteen o six from crazy. And it wasn't on a power.
"dixit" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
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"dixit" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Is Fox News. Minnesota news network. I'm stopped Peterson governor tomb walls was joined by commissioners religious leaders in a bipartisan group of lawmakers at the state capital today to address what the state is doing to protect Minnesotans during the partial government shutdown. This is a state that will not leave anyone behind. This is a state that says we're all in this together. You've heard me say it a lot on one Minnesota. We're also one Minnesota and hunger. We're also one Minnesota and people who are hurting. And it doesn't matter if it's greater Minnesota, and the twin cities walls would not say today who he blames for the shutdown but again, reiterated the quote dysfunction in Washington must be met with thoughtful leadership in Minnesota state human services Commissioner Tony. Laurie says snap or food stamps will be the first Minnesota program to be harmed. If the federal government partial shutdown continues. Laurie says the federal government put up the money for February cards are going to be filled at about January twentieth. And so people are going to be running out of their assistance earlier in February. Then anticipate. But when we're going to need to step in as around the first of March, Laurie says the program costs about forty two million dollars a month, roughly four hundred thousand Minnesotans are on snap a bipartisan hands-free cell phone while driving proposal at the state capital has the support of VJ Dixit Dixit lost his nineteen year old daughter in two thousand seven when she was killed by a distracted driver. He says the time for change is now I don't think there is anyone who would like to stay like this in four or five years and talk about their loved one who was lost to at factor driver..
"Stay in your lane": Doctors fire back at the NRA over guns
"A nerve for doctors, especially those who see the victims of gun violence every week. One of those was Dr Judy melanin, a forensic pathologist in San Francisco. I was incensed I was on my way into work. I was about to do another gunshot wound. Autopsy that warning. I had done one earlier that week. She responded quickly with her own tweet, which said minus curse word for emphasis. This isn't just my lane. This is my highway she's angry at the NRA for blocking attempts to research, the causes of gun violence research that she says could be used to prevent the deaths that she must investigate sometimes at a crime scene as family members of the dead watch her work, and she says doctors didn't pick this fight the NRA. Did they're the ones who backed the Dickey amendment that limits funding for gun research. And they're the ones who tried to pass legislation in Florida that thank God was overturned, restricting doctors ability to speak to their patients about gun safety, and that's wrong. They're overstepping their bounds into medicine. NPR reached out to the NRA for comment for this story. But did not hear back. Cedric dark as an emergency physician who works with the Baylor College of medicine in Houston, and he's a gun owner himself. I own a forty caliber handgun. I also own a twelve gauge shotgun and a little bit of outcomes. He says there are physicians who are NRA members who believe the NRA has gone too far. We're not antigun. We're anti bullet hole. We don't want. Our patients to have holes in them from guns. And there's ways that we can do that. Among those things dark says our background checks on every gun purchase and requiring a permit to purchase it done similar to getting a driver's license. And then making sure that people that commit interpersonal violence or domestic violence don't have access to weapons because guns in that situation increase the risk of domestic violence as cleaning to murder by five times another policy. Some doctors want to see is a ban on assault weapons. Ronnie Dixit sugared a trauma surgeon in Pittsburgh is one of them. She and her colleagues have been treating some of the people who are shot at the tree of life synagogue a couple of weeks ago. She says while mass. Shootings. Get a lot of attention. Dr see the every day gun violence in America, by group of trauma surgeon are made up of both Democrats and Republicans. It's beyond politics is as a public health crisis. And we wanna do whatever it takes to save live. What she doesn't understand? She says is why anyone would