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Mask Confusion

Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction

05:08 min | 5 months ago

Mask Confusion

"So do I need a face mask? Shelves for face masks at Home Depot and shoreline are completely bear. A month ago. I went to buy some austerity out masks. They have to be one of the most confusing and debated topics right now when it comes to the corona virus so today I wanna take a little time and set the record straight. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. Cnn's chief medical correspondent this is corona virus fact versus fiction. First of all. Let me say I can understand why? There's such a desire for people to go out and buy masks when something like this is happening and outbreak in this case corona virus. But I saw the same thing with the Bola I saw the same thing with h one n one. I saw the same thing with h five n one. I've covered a lot of these outbreaks over the years and one of the first things that people go out and do is by masks. People WANNA take charge in some way they wanna have some sense of control. They're told to wash their hands. That doesn't like enough going out and buying a mask. That's the way to keep yourself safe. That's what you think I get that but also want to tell you that it may not be offering you the benefit that you think it does just yesterday the surgeon general. Dr Jerome Adams cautioned against using masks. There are things that people can do to stay safe. There are things they shouldn't be doing and one of the things they shouldn't be doing. The general public is going out and buying mask. It actually does not help. It's not been proven to be effective in preventing spread of Corona virus amongst the general public and the Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Dr Anthony Fauci said the same thing. There really is no reason right now for people to run out and buy masks and wear masks third different kinds of masks out there but typically people are talking about two different kinds of masks. One is the surgical type of mask that you see people wearing. That's the one that ties behind your head People are wearing them and airports nowadays Wearing them out public. You ever wonder why surgeons wear those masks. We'll it's really for two reasons to prevent the passage of germs from the surgeons nose and mouth into the patient's wound in a sterile operating room and also to prevent the surges face from getting sprayed or splashed during an operation. What it's not used for is to try and protect the doctor from viruses but those surgical masks regardless of. Who's wearing them? Do not protect you against viruses. The thing about the surgical mask is that viral particles can still get around the edges of the mask. It underneath the mask. Maybe even through the mask and when you are taking your mask on or off you actually then spread the virus from your hands back into your body. You're doing this because the mask sort of become a reservoir for viral particles. It's probably not gonNA protect you against viruses circulating in the air or in respiratory droplets. It's the end. Ninety five respirator mask that does that. That's more of a respirator mask. In fact in order for it to be used properly it has to be fit tested. Most people don't realize if you go out and buy an N. ninety five mask if you don't go through that fitting it's not necessarily going to offer you any benefit and if you're wearing a mask properly this N. ninety five mask. It's actually pretty hard to get through your day. It's hard to breathe. It's hard to go up a flight of stairs. It's hard to do any kind of activity. It's not really practical. What you'll also hear is that these masks are really primarily for two groups of people people who are healthcare workers and people who are already sick for healthcare workers who are healthy because they're coming in such close contact with people who are sick. A mask makes a lot more sense for somebody out in the community right now. It doesn't make as much sense first of all. There's not enough masks in the country right now as things stand think about these healthcare workers out there who are taking care of sick people who need many masks today and can't get them and what we're hearing is. That thirty five million more a month will start getting manufactured but they really can't come fast enough if this virus starts to spread so the best advice still is that if you are healthy which is the vast majority of you out there. You really don't need to wear a mask. I know this is confusing and I hope this helped at least a little bit tune in tomorrow for our next episode corona virus fact versus fiction. Send Me Your questions. On facebook and twitter. We're GONNA try to answer them in our next episodes. You can always find me at Dr Sanjay Gupta. If you think this podcast has been useful. 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Challenging Week, COVID-19 in Animals & Quibi Launches - Monday, April 6th, 2020

the NewsWorthy

10:52 min | 4 months ago

Challenging Week, COVID-19 in Animals & Quibi Launches - Monday, April 6th, 2020

"Today is Monday April sixth. What to not about why? America's top doctors are saying this could be a challenging week and how the nation is preparing for it and the first animal in the. Us tested positive for Kobe. Nineteen what officials say now about pets. Plus president trump's revenge a new and different way to stream original shows and movies and tiger king part two. Is it happening? Welcome welcome to the newsworthy. All the day's news in less than ten minutes fast. They're fun and on the go. I'm Erica Mandy. Thanks so much for being here. You're ready. Let's do this race for a tough week ahead. That's the message right now from the. Us Surgeon General. Dr Jerome Adams said this is going to be the hardest and saddest week of the corona virus pandemic. That message was echoed over the weekend. By other top public health officials like doctors. Anthony FAUCI and Deborah burks. They expect corona virus deaths to spike in six to nine days at last check the. Us has reported more than ninety six hundred deaths and it could soon top ten thousand a CDC spokesperson told The Washington Post. That number is likely lower than the actual death. Toll due to limited testing as for. What's next Dr Burks believes placing the worst of this epidemic? Now we'll have the most dramatic spike before seeing some relief. Those hotspots include New York City. Detroit and New Orleans but Dr Adams said it won't just be localized. The entire country will be affected. Still he said the public along with local and state governments can help save lives through stayed home measures and social distancing. So it's worth repeating a few of those guidelines again. Stay inside as much as possible in. Wash your hands often if you do outside state at least six feet away from others the CDC also now recommends Americans wear a cloth covering over their nose and mouth while in public and remember. It's a cloth cover even abandoned or a scarf but not a medical grade mask. Healthcare workers need those and they're in short supply. The surgeon general actually made a how to video showing how to make a mascot of a t shirt and two rubber bands. You can find a link in today's show notes remember the new guidelines to cover your face partly because so many people may have been nineteen and are spreading it without even realizing it. In fact Dr Franchi said Sunday between twenty five and fifty percent so as many as half of the people infected may not have any symptoms though. He cautioned at this point. It's only estimate within the. Us New York City is still epicenter of this pandemic but more help is on the way. The Pentagon is sending more than a thousand military personnel. They'll be working at a convention center which was converted to a field hospital. Twenty five hundred beds. Which by the way is now the largest hospital in the United States Defense Secretary Mark? Esperer SAYS EIGHT OTHER FIELD. Hospitals have opened across the United States and twenty two more are scheduled to open in the coming weeks besides hospital space. There's also a rush to get ventilators to places where they're needed. Most ventilators are machines that help people breath and they can be crucial to keep severely. Ill Patients Alive New York City Health Department told USA Today requested fifteen thousand ventilators from the trump administration but the federal government could only guarantee a third of that over the weekend. Some ventilators have arrived in New York City from the state of Oregon as well as China. A tiger at the Bronx Zoo in New York tested positive for cove in nineteen. This is the first known corona virus case in an animal within the US and the first tiger in the world zoo officials said the tiger named Nadia and five other tigers and lions at the zoo showed symptoms like a dry cough and loss of appetite. But all of them are expected to recover zookeepers believe she was infected by a human zoo employees who was infected but didn't have any symptoms. Staffers who work with cats now wear more protective garb. So what about your pets at home? The American Veterinary Medical Association has been recommending. Anyone with cove in nineteen should try to limit contact with animals including their pets at this point. No pets have reported positive in the US. Abc News says there have been a handful of reports outside of the US of dogs or cats becoming infected but even though it may be possible that animals can get it from humans. The World Health Organization says it does not seem to go the other way so humans likely cannot get it from pets. Europe is starting to see some signs of hope in the corona virus outbreak. Italy's Daily death toll. Sunday was lower than it's been in two weeks that said it's still in general. High and Italy now has recorded close to sixteen thousand deaths. Italy's month-long nationwide lockdown was supposed to end today but it's not over. The Italian prime minister said he's not sure when he'll be able to lift restrictions public health experts. Worry this slight dip in the number of deaths won't last over in the UK. The outbreak is still getting worse and the British Prime Minister. Boris Johnson was hospitalized with Cova. Nineteen for what? His office called a precaution. Not An an emergency. He tested positive ten days ago but still has symptoms also a rare televised address queen. Elizabeth the second spoke to the country about social distancing. She said it was time for Britain's to rise to the occasion despite enormous disruptions and financial difficulties at this point the ninety three year old queen appears to be in good health. What looks like President? Trump is still seeking revenge over his impeachment over the weekend. President trump fired the intelligence communities. Inspector General Michael Atkinson remember an inspector general is the watchdog or in charge of oversight of government agency last year. Atkinson forwarded a whistle blowers complaint to Congress and that move led to an investigation impeachment and eventually the Senate trial where trump was acquitted. President trump admitted his reason for the firing saying. Atkinson quote took a fake report and he brought it to Congress. Trump called him a disgrace. The former inspector general said he handled it all properly and followed the legal requirements of his job. Three of the best basketball players of all time will be honored. The two thousand Twenty Basketball Hall of fame class was announced over the weekend. It includes retired players. Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett as well as Kobe Bryant. Who died in a helicopter crash early this year? Bryant spent his twenty year career with the Los Angeles Lakers winning five titles. He's fourth on the League's all time scoring list. Dunkin won five titles with San Antonio Spurs and is one of only five players in NBA history to score at least twenty six thousand points. Then there's Garnett who won a championship with the Boston Celtics and its tenth on the League's all time rebounding list all right. We have more news ahead but first. Thanks to our sponsor this week blinking. I blink is a great goto APP. Sort of secret weapon for learning new things quickly and getting ahead. Blankets is unique if you have not heard of it before it takes the best key takeaways from thousands of nonfiction books and condense them down into just fifteen minutes. You can read the best takeaways right on your phone tablet or desktop or with the audio feature. You can listen to them while you're folding laundry or walking the dog. I Love Lincoln because in less than fifteen minutes. I can get the information or motivation. I need in that moment for information. 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Here's the difference is only available through an APP for smartphones and tablets. Meaning you cannot watch it on. Tv or a laptop or desktop and qube spent a lot of money on some serious star. Power you'll see celebrities like Chrissy. Teigen Reese Witherspoon Lebron James and Liam Hemsworth big name directors like Steven Spielberg are behind some of the content as well there are more than fifty titles available now the verge reports. You can try it for free for ninety days if you sign up this month after that it's five dollars a month with ads or eight dollars ad free. The tiger king craze may not be over yet on twitter. One of the show's stars revealed. There's one more episode in the works. That Netflix is filming now. And it'll be out next week but NETFLIX has not commented or confirmed. So we'll have to wait and see the current docu series runs for seven episodes. In case you haven't seen it just know that it explores the world of big cat breeding mostly. It follows the unique group of people who run exotic animal businesses and homes. Zoos the DOCU series has been a huge hit. It became the number one series on Netflix. After its release and speaking of new releases Disney has picked release dates for some of its biggest movies of the year. Moulana which was supposed to hit theaters in March will now be released. July twenty fourth black widow will now open November. Sixth and the film Artemis Fowl will skip the theaters altogether and go straight to Disney plus this summer. Here's another strange effect of the cove in Nineteen Pandemic. The earth is literally shaking less. Cbs News reports usually cars trains and buses and human traffic create. Something called seismic noise. That's actually a subtle vibration of the Earth's crust. Now since so much of the world has essentially come to a standstill. The seismic noise has gone quiet. Cnn reports in Brussels Belgium. The Small Babe rations dropped by thirty to fifty percent. In mid-march seismologists have also recorded drops in La and London experts. Say The shows. Many people are obeying. Stay at home orders. And that's for the news today but now it's time for money Monday where we talk about one interesting money related news story. You should know so as Americans expect to get their stimulus checks in the mail this month. Some experts are offering ideas for how to use that extra money remember. Most adults will get a one time. Payment of up to twelve hundred dollars and families will get five hundred dollars for each kid and you will not have to pay this back. Young money says of course if you need the funds to keep the lights on pay your bills with it but if you're still working and you are able to pay for your immediate needs. Some experts suggest setting the cash aside as a rainy day fund or adding to the one you already have. This outbreak proves you may need it in the future. Other ideas from experts who spoke to see net. Pay Your taxes with it if you haven't already or consider reducing debt opening a long-term investment account or donating it to those in need all right. Thank you so much for listening today and for making the newsworthy. Part of your routine. Whatever that looks like for you right now. We hope it continues to be a helpful source for you as always you can read more about any of the news. Stories mentioned just go to the newsworthy dot com slash show notes or look in your podcast APP. The newsworthy is ready for you to listen. Every weekday at four in the morning. We'll be back with more news tomorrow. Have a great day.

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FAA Restricts Passenger Jets To Flying No More Than 15 Feet Above Ground

The Topical

07:51 min | 5 months ago

FAA Restricts Passenger Jets To Flying No More Than 15 Feet Above Ground

"New FAA regulations announced. Today are looking to make the skies a little safer but can anything truly service from those metal deathtraps early through the air and later. Opr's theater critic joins us to break down that little senior daughter through in the car this morning from the onion and onion public radio. I'M LESLIE PRICE. And this is the topical. If you have any questions about today's news they might be answered in the next few minutes so please hold on to them until the end of the program stay with us. The topical is presented by cash APP. The number one finance APP in the APP store. Have you ever looked inside your wallet and thought I wish I was being blinded by blue light exposure? Then try cash at the easiest way to send and receive money will being blasted by harmful rays from your phone download cash today and get ten dollars when you sign up. Using Promo Code topical the Federal Aviation Administration is taking additional safety precautions for air travelers announcing today that it is implemented a new regulation that restricts passenger jets to flying no higher than fifteen feet above ground. I'm joined by. Opr's Marcy Hammond who's been following the story. Welcome Marcy thanks for having me lies link. Didn't have much of a choice really so tell us about this new. Faa rule. Well it appears to be pretty straightforward. Any aircraft. Flying within the United States will be required to keep an altitude between five and fifteen feet. I spoke with FAA representative. Tom Garner. Who told me that the decisions limit air travel to about five meters up in the air was made in an effort to make airplanes safer and reduce crash fatalities now? We ran the numbers and realized that the majority of plane crashes had one thing in common they were in the air at a great height and then hit the ground at a very high speed if an airplane plummets to the ground from twenty thirty thousand feet there is nearly zero chance of survival but a plane that crashes from a height of Let's say the roof of a small one story house. It's more likely to bump and slide to a halt interesting but why fifteen feet. Why not ten or twenty well? According to Garner fifteen feet seemed enough to still fly a plane but low enough to not put passenger lives at risk which is the. Faa's main focus here. I actually spoke to several air travelers and most seem at the very least cautiously optimistic bummed at first because I figured the view wouldn't be as good but then I took a trip to Tulsa and realized that flying fifteen feet cuts a good thirty minutes from takeoff and landing. I don't know why they didn't think of this sooner. I definitely feel safer. And it's good to know that I can open the emergency exit anytime and it won't be as big as a deal as when I tried at thirty thousand feet. I think it's a good idea. Oh my God it was that a plane yes and Airbus a three twenty one in fact as it was weaving in and out of houses and tall buildings and the FAA is still in the process of marking flightpaths for unsuspecting pedestrians. But for now they're reminding the public to look both ways before walking outside. And how much safer is this new rule? I asked Garner the same thing and this is what he told me. We've had zero casualties. In every one of the forty two crashes have occurred since the new regulation went into effect and most of these crashes were what we call a wingding. That's one a plane wing clips of billboard or Radio Tower. Flying is a safe way to travel. But now we can say that it's even safer in fact it's much more likely to be killed home on your second floor balcony than it is to die in the airplane. That side swiped it well. It sounds like the new rule has been keeping passenger safe so far indeed. Opr's Marcy Hammond reporting thank you marcy. Thank you a new report from the surgeon. General's office aims to change the way we think about cocaine in a surprising reversal on dangerous if the drug surgeon general Dr Jerome Adams held a press conference today and had this to say well. This department still strongly advises the public against dangerous habitual cocaine use. I'd just like to clarify that a bit of blow here and there won't kill you joining me. Now is our health. Correspondent Jenner resnick. Jetta Hello Jenny. Your doctor tell me it. Sounds like the surgeon general's new stance on cocaine might be a little more laid back than what we're used to. You could certainly say that. Yeah it's a step back from the previous position of the. Us Public Health Service though Adams clarified that despite his new viewpoint. His office is not advocating for any serious changes to its regulations. Take a listen. Extensive regular cocaine use can still lead to harder deadlier drugs shore but if you're just looking for a quick pick me up after having a few too many drinks down at the club stopping into the bathroom for a little knows. Gandhi with your buddies. Ain't that big a deal. Oh wow well that is good news. And what are the surgeon. General have to say about doing an eight ball of a strippers back. Yeah he touched on that briefly and mentioned that as long as you don't do it every night you're all good fucking right and that you'd be better off limiting your use to special occasions or quick every now and then before a big meeting or podcast archive. Podcast news happens every night and then I gotTa talk about it right away and get a podcast out every day you know. And what about molly? What did he say about Molly? Anything about in this latest report. Can you ask? Because that's my shit. I think it's important to add that the report did say to be cautious. Because some guys out there aren't pushing that premium booker sugar and you could end up with some bad shit. That's with Angel. Dust which the surgeon general said could be a major. Bummer in the wrong hands. Look Oh fuck. Lastly what's wrong? Where's the fucking voice coming from as Li? It's just me. I'm a reporter doing a report. Well what the fuck. Where is my body? There is no me I have to eat this or else. I'M GONNA die well off here that that's the sound of a rock hard direction. You can only get from the performance. Enhancing chewables that blue dot com with the same active ingredients as Viagra. Ansi Alice the chewables from blue work faster so you can last longer. No in person doctor visit no awkward conversation. No waiting in line at the pharmacy. No having to pull out your limp penis at CVs to prove the prescriptions yours. 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NPR News: 04-01-2020 11AM ET

NPR News Now

04:39 min | 4 months ago

NPR News: 04-01-2020 11AM ET

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Korva Coleman. The trump administration continues to urge Americans to practice social distancing White House Corona Virus Task Force members say with current social distancing practices. They still fear more than one. Hundred Thousand Americans could die of Covert Nineteen. You a surgeon general. Dr Jerome Adams told. Abc's Good Morning. America the US can meet this challenge. We're looking at this. Next thirty days is an opportunity for the entire country to really understand if we do the right things than we can. Flatten are curve in our own different areas. Still the White House is not looking at a nationwide stay at home order and has left those decisions to governors and mayors researchers at Johns Hopkins University. Say there are nearly one hundred ninety thousand diagnosed cases of the corona virus in the US more than four thousand people have died about forty percent of the diagnosed cases are in New York state. More than a thousand people have died in New York City alone. The city is opening field hospitals. One of them is run by a Christian nonprofit organization. The New York State Attorney General says the group must not discriminate at the facility in Central Park. Npr's quil Lawrence reports charity says it is open to all Samaritan's purse operates. Emergency clinics around the world in disaster areas it has been criticized for closely linking that aid to Christian missionary work. Its leader evangelist. Franklin Graham has made statements against Muslims. Lgbtq writes this week. A New York state senator called on Graham to guarantee that all will be welcome at the sixty eight bed. Medical tent set up to back up Mount Sinai Hospital on the east side of Central Park. In a statement. Graham responded that facility is open to all faiths and sexual orientations and called upon Americans to work together regardless of political views quil Lawrence. Npr news with the rise of current virus cases and hospitals. There's been a drop in the number of elective surgeries. Some hospitals are laying off staff for member station W. P. L. N. Nashville Blake farmer reports. The largest hospital chain in the country is cutting salaries. H. E. A. Has Two hundred seventy thousand employees more than one hundred eighty hospitals. Many of them have nothing to do because so many surgeries have been cancelled. Ata says those who can't find other positions will still get seventy percent of their pay through mid-may senior leaders. Say they're cutting their own compensation by thirty percent until dependence over and the CEO who may twenty seven million dollars. Last year is donating his full salary for the next few months to the hospitals fund that helps employees in financial distress. Hcfa's also announced new initiatives to help staff on the front lines of fighting cove it the companies now offering scrub laundry service in hotel rooms if they'd rather not risk being near their families for NPR news. I'm Blake farmer in Nashville on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrials are down five hundred thirty six points or about two and a half percent. The Nasdaq is down. More than two percent this is NPR. It's not clear whether a cruise ship with four deceased people and nearly two hundred ill. People aboard may be allowed to dock in Fort Lauderdale Florida the Holland America ship is on dumb has been denied permission to dock. By several countries over virus fears. The Coast Guard is working with cruise line to resolve whether healthy passengers aboard can disembark while seat treating sick people aboard the number virus cases in Spain has surpassed one hundred thousand. The country continues to have the second highest number of deaths after Italy. With more than nine thousand fatalities. Spanish hospitals are adding bids in creating field hospitals for the rising number of patients. Lucia been has more. It's the fifth day in a row with a daily death toll. In Spain of more than eight hundred. The country has been in quarantine for more than two weeks now but this is the first week where non essential businesses have shut keeping even more people at home on Tuesday. Spain's Health Minister announced a three hundred thirty million dollar payout to Spain's autonomous regions to help their healthcare systems. Madrid and Catalonia. The hardest hit regions will receive the most money for NPR news. I'm Lucia Bananas. In Spain. Officials in Japan have decided to keep the Olympic flame burning in the northeastern region of Fukushima. For the rest of this month then it will be taken to Tokyo the twenty twenty summer Olympic Games and Paralympic Games in Tokyo have been delayed for one year. This is because of the corona virus. Pandemic I'm Korva Coleman. Npr News in Washington.

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NPR News: 04-05-2020 10PM ET

NPR News Now

04:39 min | 4 months ago

NPR News: 04-05-2020 10PM ET

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jeanine herbst. President Trump doubled down on suggestions. That people should consider taking an anti malaria drug that hasn't been proven to work against the corona virus as NPR's Franko donas reports the aspirational comments come. As one of his top public. Health officials says there's no evidence at works. President Trump said the federal government has stockpiled twenty nine million doses of hydrochloric when to treat the corona virus trump repeated a line. He has used many times before. What do you have to lose when discussing the controversial treatment? I've seen things that I sort of like. So what do I know? I'm not a doctor. I'm not a doctor. But I have common sense when a reporter sought to ask Dr Anthony. Fauci a member of the task force. Who has said? There's no evidence of the drugs benefit against the virus. President trump interrupted before Dr Foul. She could answer Franko or Donas. Npr news the surgeon. General is issuing a stark warning as the nation enters what he calls a peak of the pandemic. Npr's held reports confirmed cases in the US. Top three hundred thirty seven thousand deaths exceed nine thousand Dr Jerome Adams. The surgeon general says now is the time Americans must prepare for the worst going to be the hardest and the saddest week of Americans live quite. Frankly I the epicenters of New York New Orleans Detroit. We'll see spikes and deaths but with the pandemic still accelerating the crisis is national. Adams told Fox News Sunday. This is going to be our Pearl Harbor. Moment are nine. Eleven moment only is not going to be localized. It's going to be happening all over the country. Adam says most Americans are staying home and it's helping but the administration's Crowing Virus Task Force warns the coming weeks are so crucial. Americans should think twice before even going out for groceries amy held. Npr News. Governors across the country are venting their frustration with the federal response to the corona virus as. Npr's Joel rose reports many say they're not getting enough help from Washington to secure crucial medical supplies that have become hard to find Illinois governor. Jay Pritzker says he's given up on getting medical supplies. His state needs from the federal government. The trump administration argues that the states should play a bigger role in finding the supplies to combat the corona virus but governors have complained for weeks that they've been forced to compete with each other and fema to buy critical supplies like masks and ventilators. Npr's Joel Rose Reporting Democratic presidential candidate. Joe Biden says the Party's National Convention may have to take place online instead of in person. The convention is scheduled to be held in. Milwaukee was already pushed back from July to August but the former vice president tells. Abc's this week. The Democrats may not be able to put tens of thousands of people together in one place because of the pandemic Biden has a commanding lead in delegates needed to clinch. His party's presidential nomination. This is NPR. Boeing is extending its temporary suspension of production operations in Washington state indefinitely. Production had been expected to resume early this week. The largest planemaker stop production at its twin-aisle jetliner factory two weeks ago as a measure to help fight. The Corona virus outbreak Boeing isn't saying production wise could resume but officials say the pandemic and also the reliability of the supply chain a tiger. At New York's Bronx Zoo has tested positive for corona virus. The infection marks the first confirmed case of the virus seen in animal the US NPR's Hannah Haeggman has more. They're limited reports of animal infections worldwide and according to federal officials. This is the first ever tiger to contract the virus and the only documented animal in the US to test positive for corona virus. The Bronx Zoo said in a statement that an ace symptomatic caretaker infected the four year old female Malayan tighter six other. Big Cats have since developed a dry cough. This first confirmed CASE OPENS UP QUESTIONS. On how the virus spreads between animal populations but the big cats are expected to recover. Hannah Hagen. Npr News in a rare address today. Queen Elizabeth urged people to exercise self-discipline during the pandemic the Queen thanked British healthcare workers and compared the separation of families in self isolation too similar separations. That took place during World War. Two Britain is now the hot spot of the virus in Europe after a record. Twenty four hour jumping deaths that surpassed even hard hit Italy. I'm Janine herbst. Npr News in Washington.

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NPR News: 04-10-2020 1PM ET

NPR News Now

04:39 min | 4 months ago

NPR News: 04-10-2020 1PM ET

"Live from NPR news. I'm Lakshmi Singh. The United States is transitioning through a particularly difficult period. Which for many across the. Us is holy week but NPR's amy held reports. Experts are seeing positive signs in the corona virus response raising hopes. The country will reopen gradually federal social distancing guidelines are only in effect till the end of the month from places will be able to think about opening on. May First Surgeon General. Dr Jerome Adams Tells Fox News. There is no one-size-fits-all reopening of the country. Most of the country will not to be honest with you. But that's how were we opened the country place by place bit by bit. Based on the data the data show death rates are up but hospitalization rates are showing. Promise Dr Anthony Fauci Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious. Diseases spoke to CNN looking like that in many cases particularly in New York. We're starting to see a flattening and a turning around a Seinfeld she says. Social distancing is not only working but must be accelerated meantime. He says new antibody test will soon become available. Amy held NPR news. Kansas Democratic governor. Laura Kelly is taking a group of Republican legislative leaders to court for blocking her order. Banning large gatherings a churches in funerals. She issued the order after public. Health officials trae several cases of corona virus. Two churches still holding services. Jim McLean of Kansas. New Service has the latest. Kelly is suing a leadership committee controlled by Republicans for rescinding an order. She says is necessary to slow the spread of the corona virus. The order expanded an existing statewide ban on gatherings of more than ten people to include. Church services and funerals. The lawsuit filed with the Kansas. Supreme Court argues the lawmakers exceeded their authority. This is not a normal disagreement about policy or politics. The actions of the Republican legislative leaders jeopardize both the health and safety of cans the Republican lawmakers criticised Kelly for abandoning efforts to reach a compromise. The court will hear arguments tomorrow and is expected to rule before Easter Sunday for NPR news. I'm Jim McLean in Topeka so far the. Us Navy hospital ship. Mercy has admitted a total of thirty nine patients since docking in the port of Los Angeles as of yesterday there were nineteen patients on board. Captain John Rock. The commanding officer says so far. They've taken patients with anything from appendicitis to acute injuries from a car accident. And I think the Calculus was to get us here early before. La County kind of a crisis situation so that we could really develop those relationships with the local hospitals with Fema our lead agency and really smooth out the processes for bringing Asians aboard the ship. The mercy is still a Non Cove nineteen facility though in Paris. Good Friday services with readings. Prayers and music continued from the fire. Recovery site of Notre Dame cathedral did so without a crowd the US markets are closed for. Good Friday you're listening to. Npr News and now Turkey where the health ministry says more than four thousand people have come down with grown virus in the last twenty four hours one of the highest daily infection rates on the planet. Npr's Peter Kenyon reports more than nine hundred people have died from the virus in Turkey. Turkey has not been hit as hard as Iran. But it's quickly catching up as its infection. Rate continues to be high. The Turkish government scrambled to deal with the health. Emergency banning large gatherings closing many businesses and requiring face masks and other protective gear in public settings in addition to dealing with its own cases. Onkar has been active in sending medical masks and protective gear to other countries. A plane load of ninety five masks and has met suits took off for Britain according to the state news agency with a second load scheduled to be sent. Saturday preview shipments went to Italy Spain. And the Balkans Peter Kenyon. Npr News. Bul Boris Johnson's father reportedly says the British Prime Minister needs time to recover from the krona virus and is unlikely to be back at work anytime soon. The fifty five year old British leader spent three nights in intensive care at Saint. Thomas Saint Thomas's Hospital in London after his cove. Nineteen symptoms got worse. The Mexican government is reporting more than one hundred of its citizens have died from cove in nineteen related to the outbreak in the United States. But the actual number could be higher. Mexico's foreign ministry says the figures only include deaths reported to its consulates about million Mexicans live in the United States me saying NPR news in Washington.

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Has Bobby Met His Girlfriends Parents? + Lunchbox Upset His Wife Got Their Son A Doll + Surgeon General Jerome Adams Talks Coronavirus

The Bobby Bones Show

1:07:12 hr | 5 months ago

Has Bobby Met His Girlfriends Parents? + Lunchbox Upset His Wife Got Their Son A Doll + Surgeon General Jerome Adams Talks Coronavirus

"Hey Joe Levy and on the latest episode of inside the studio. I sat down with one of the all time greats senior. Songwriters game's tailor. We talked about his new album. Where is music comes from? And how telling his life story through. His songs has helped him. Music saved my life but I was lucky also to survive. I did some very stupid. Some some years. Were were just really high risk unnecessarily so a lot of people around us died so join me. Joe Levy editor large billboard for this and other in-depth conversations with the biggest artists in music. Listen on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get on site congrats Bobby. Bones your ACM. Bobby bonds. Repeat the of the year Babe. Win Transmitting Tried Alaska. Welcome Friday show man. We got a good one. The surgeon general of the United States will be on next hour. We will talk a little corona virus with the highest doctrine the land the surgeon general. We will also do the dance party songs that you hear at the bar like fun songs. Now right We got Scott Brit. Morin who has a new podcast on? Learning from experts. We're going to talk to her Morgan. Who's got a food world coming up about? A new chip. That's pretty amazing. All that in the next few minutes. Let's get going now and see what's happening with everybody in our segment called. What's the half a the hats here? Okay first of all a dog update. He had this huge growth on the side of his head. It's down to about twenty percent. It was his face and his neck. And it's also I think he probably got bit by something. He now likes to go deep into the backyard in just disappear. I think he got bit by something. We couldn't find a whole on him. The vet maybe food that anyways down like twenty percent lot of antibiotics getting their listeners. Asking me about that. There's that update the other one. Is You know I get the corona virus and I and I tell you guys find your spot in the middle. You don't freak out. You should be aware and be ready But I'm living my life pretty much the same way. I even went and play basketball to why yesterday with thick about those girls basketball. But did you sanitize them? No I did it but I just made sure I didn't touch my face and then when I left I just cleaned my hands just living by sharing my example. I haven't shifted my life although we have a couple of coming up. I'm thinking about cancelling meet-and-greet. Okay visit other people's hands hearing that you played with the basketball. No problem mixing fill a little bit better about your birthday. Bringing into basketball now has anything to do with the basketball. But could something about your birthday. I feel like it's going to backfire. Because the corona hearing you say that makes me a little bit about it would you guys go to the store and not get a corona beer because of this now. Do you remember when I said it's going to affect on your laptop. I know nobody's ridiculous but they are. They are th. There's my two updates here on this. Friday is that one. The dog is getting better slowly and then too I have not changed my life any more than just being aware in cleaning myself. Thank you A. What's amy what's gone so I got an email from a guy that says that he found your house on Google maps? Yeah so he just wanted to let you know. He felt put my address out. He was hesitant to reach out because he didn't want it to sound. Creepy already does by the way. I don't know what's coming next but it already does. But he said based on kind of how you've mentioned which part of town you drive in from sometimes and then the images of your pool that you posted in various videos on instagram and whatnot. He was able to take those references. And then find your house and he sent me your address and he is correct. He filmed based Iverson. Paul my backyard based on my swimming point. I don't want to say exactly how he did it to either. He the way he said it makes sense and he said it only took him twenty minutes despite your pool. You know. Let's just there's just a lot of people can find anything they wanted to this point. What address did he say? People can find whatever they want. They can find where all you folks live. What do you want from me? Got Cameras in guns you want. I don't think you've found your house. No no no. I'm not challenging. Anybody doing that. Maybe they did. We get the address. Probably People Find Your House and moved. What's the man? The Corona virus has hit close to home. My mother who goes to Church about two times a week has decided this week. She didn't go to church once. Said Corona virus too big a risk. I'll just watch it on TV. So it's effect officially affecting my life because my mom is not going to church and praying for me you know. A lot of folks are watching church watching school in a lot of stuff but really cool. The Internet allows that because even if corona was happening even if you get sick with anything you can watch it It's pretty cool to that. That's even an option. You can still worship but from facebook laws streaming by churches doing individual wrapped communion. So that way. You don't have to worry about. Who touched him? Who Pre nearly a company sells them that way. Like more like a level come sealed and ready to eat. That's how community agent launchable Norio appeal bag because normally pass around on a tray but I guess with Corona. None of that action happening All right thank you a. what's Has already over to you. Well my wife dropped a bomb last night and said she wouldn't feeling good and I was like Whoa. Whoa WHOA WHOA WHOA. She's like no. I'm fine we all go on her own. Amy Pregnant wife had her tubes tied. I happened to krona entire to double. I'm fine I'm finding like no. You can't risk it right like at this point when all this is going on. You just can't risky. You should go to the doctor but her argument was like well. Why would I want? If it's not corona say it's not corona what am I going to the doctor where there could possibly be corona. I mentioned that with doctor friend that said. Hey it's weird because you have corona you don't want them coming out there but they have krona. You want them to come up there. So that's kind of where she A whole family me and all the kids are like go to the doctor now. But she's like well. Let me just see how this plays out. Just wait it out there. You go a Scuba Steve. Our executive producer about sick for a week. How's he feeling he couldn't get a test? Corona test is. I can't get test. So there's still not readily available for everyone. The surgeon general. Though coming up we'll talk to the highest doctor in the land. I'm pretty I'm so pumped for me too because it's pretty cool that we can get him on. I've met him before right stuff. On the set of cigarettes. The surgeon general warning the war he used the bobby bonds show. Podcast highlight segment of the day. Much much why are you upset? My wife decided that she should get my son something because he's an older brother now so she ordered him a doll and it says Super Big Brother. And it's a doll. That looks like him and it's supposed to be like. Oh this is you but I don't want my kid a boy walking around with a dull. I feel like it's a bad look for him. Did you have army? Men or at wrestlers I had a GI JOE or he man's but I don't consider those dolls. I consider those action figures. This is like a doll. Like it's not like I don't know there's a difference between a doll an action figure. That looks tough. I used to have like a ultimate warrior pillow fighter. That was kind of looks like a doll. Think it's all just in the words looking at the doll. Now is a super big brother. It looks like a my buddy. How'd you feel about my buddy back in the day? I didn't have one of those. I live with those kids like those kids had teddy rub skin or whatever his girl roxborough chick. Whatever amy how do you feel because you didn't your son have it all and your husband like he had At least lunchboxes called like super boy or whatever? Stevenson was desperate for an American girl doll but it was a boy. It looked just like him. Cute old block doll same hair. He got one with headphones in a backpack so it was real kill. But I'll tell you what Stevenson wanted to take that thing on an airplane once and Bama's like so. How's this going for you? Well I'm trying to come to terms with it and I said I told my wife if he plays with it around the house. Maybe I'm okay with it but it does not leave that front door. Same sounds like Ben. I think that it's something my husband was initially like lunchbox. And then when you really think about it you get over it and you step back and think okay just because this is how I was raised or what I was raised. Think doesn't mean that it's necessarily right and so I need to chill out on the whole doll thing but everyone else doing some busted out and you see like he has to work on it. It's like an active thing where he'll take a few deep breaths and he's like your husband. Yes now he's no. If if American girl doll boy is downstairs on the kitchen counter been takes a few debretts like you know I. It's fine it's fine. It's fine you try to lie to yourself as what you do. You try to lie to yourself to make yourself feel better. That's what I'm doing. Well it is that you can re wire. You're thinking because it's not fair to the only way because your dad weight and society. Yeah guys aren't supposed to play with dolls action figures. We need to break that stigma like it's fine if boys WANNA play with dolls. It's fine in the wrestlers. I had Ryan their underwear. Yeah I was thinking about it. I know yeah. It's either a play with the Super Big Brother who's fully clothed the Cape on like lunches or I had ultimate warrior in Little. Tights was muscles ripping out lunchbox seriously. Dan would take the Super Bowl with a Cape any day over this American girl law. We have that's a boy he's calling American boy don't maybe it is but girl dolls. The name of the store maybe can have your does play together over to Morgan number. Two with one of our favorite segments. It's called food world. It's time for food world. Nam Nam Nam Morgan number. Two toast does chips dropped. A new flavor of chips called Spicy case. Oh chips tonight onto by Caso with your ships to buy Caso better to flavor right. Yeah it is just a flavor but people are saying it really tastes like Kay. So if you're one of those people who eat you know dip a chip in case. Oh and then salsa now you could have a chip that tastes like that's pretty cool because it's hard to go case. Oh to salsa in a mole rats like make your own two piles and then this becomes red and yellow may green whatever color makes. I'm really colored orange. Thank you thank you for this hint of Spicy Caso. Are these in stores already? Yeah there at Kroger and target already for like three bucks. So it's perfect for your upcoming. You can bring them in like three bucks. Morgan Consol by the store on the way in your world is interactive. We get it when you're like well right now it's only in Egypt hides to get that chicken but you can stop at the store we can. We can do an update food world. I will give us some spicy case of chips. I mean how you sound. Good okay so you know the chips that. I really like and they eat too many many of earning a lot of chips but are those. What's a brand that you like and you trick me into thinking? They're healthy because the ingredients are I'll eat. I'll eat a whole bag and be like what just got healthier which is not the case But what's the benefit of chips? Well it was created by a woman that has an autoimmune disease and she can't have corn and cheese Hispanic grew up in south to like her family is like she couldn't participate in eat the Mexican traditional Mexican American foods and so she created it. And it's a way that doesn't cause inflammation in her body because of the ingredients it's made with cassava flour and avocado or coconut oil and like very clean ingredients for her where other normal tortilla chips cause inflammation in her. More going to be tried. Those this yetay chips. Yeah they really do you like them. I mean is there really Tortilla Chip Eddie? No okay wonderful. Thank Mexican time guys. I'm here all right. All right via food world with Morgan number two known the bobby bones. Show let's go to our producer. Raimondo Raimondo Mo- sports in America happening cancelled because of corona virus including the March madness tournament. Canadian prime minister has become the first world leader to go into a fourteen day corona virus isolation his wife tested positive and finally Disneyland Park and Disney California adventure. We're going to close on Saturday morning. Dudek rotavirus Shit. I saw press release. Come out about our next guest. Her name is Brit Morin and she has a new podcast called. Teach me something new. She's on with us right now. Hey Good Morning Yeah. I'm good. I'm I was so intrigued by the podcast and what it's about I didn't realize that we somewhat had a history in the ship and we'll get to that later this podcast. It's called teach me something new for example if we're going to listen to an episode or two like what are you covering here? Okay so I want to be the world's best generalist I've got a history of this For My company Britten Co where I'm sort of a specialist in finding shortcuts to learning new things but The podcast is me interviewing literally. The world's best experts I started with Ashton Kutcher meal Kunas to teach me acting for everyday life so they teach me things. Antea things like you know how to use acting skills as a parent how to use it to be better at work out to use it to me to get out of a speeding ticket. That's interesting let's talk about that for a second. How do you use it to get out of a speeding ticket? Like famous low nugget. Well meaning gave us a little bit of a story. She's the woman card though she's sort of like started you know she's acting so crying. Crying Command Pretended she was on her period at one point and really told like a SOB story about how she was so sorry she really didn't mean it and she just needs to change gambling. Oh I'll be like okay. What happened Bobby? You can't use that one but I can though if I said that. I Extra Shock Dakota right okay. Give us another episode. Did you talk with Rachel Ray? At all Yes and you know. One of the things she said was A everyone should work in a restaurant so similar to I. Think some of your advice but the there's like random things about how to prep your food before you cook which I didn't even for instance. Sol is supposed to go in the hot water after the Pasta is not before it actually can ruin your pans and so many people do this wrong and also you should always take your pasta out one minute before it says so because it keeps cooking even when you pour it into the trainer did you know. I don't even know if the salting me thing and that's great because I mean good cookware. And keeping it good is so hard and there's probably little things like that that we're doing to ruin our cookware. We don't even know if that's such a good point. I if it says add saw. I'll just add a little dash but I need you at astor. The water is boiling. We've been doing it wrong the whole time. She also really hates. Microwaves just like you amy. So racehorses same reason though because amy hates microwaves you think's GonNa give a corona virus or something probably I know Rachel just really thinks that. Like there's an art in cooking. And you know she she thinks yourself a garbage Boehner counter and everything should be prepped before you cook but it can be really easy and her favorite kitchen tool. Is the freezer because everything goes in the freezer. Then IT MAKES COOKING WAY. Easier tall prepped. You don't store Cook Food in the Freezer. You store prep food in the freezer that way. You just throw it in the Pan and go rush got it. Here's what I store in the freezer food. That irritates me because I want it right then. I never go to the fridge unless I want the food right then and then. I'm like like to have it right now. But then you gotta like heated. It's never heated. Exactly right then you get smush it up to make sure the micro gets the middle and then I shouldn't use a microwave. The whole freezer food thing is not for me It is by the way like dot episodes. GonNa come out soon and I'm a total disaster so But we talk about all kinds of things we go all the way from light topics like you know cooking and our next episode is actually about boobs and bras which. I'm sure you'll be super interested in bobby But we go a little bit deeper. We talk to the founder of the CEO of instagram out of Missouri about. What's on there? How instagram is being used in good ways and bad ways we talk about depression mental health. We talk about sleep. We talk about women's fashion with the founder of rent the runway who has the most data about how women shop so it's really Oliver Place and it's super interesting because every week is going to be different. Would you say that by the way? Br Morons on the teach me something. Podcast on iheartradio. Would you say that this is Mainly targeted toward women. No I'm getting think I mean well maybe the bras episode. Yes next week. But you know Instagram depression and mental health sleep Skin care we talk about parenting we. We'RE GONNA TALK. With Adam Grant Who's an organizational behavior Professor psychologist about the art of negotiation In every in life not just in work know so I really think it could be for everyone and for all kinds of ages as well. You can follow Brit- Brit- On instagram Shell. So the founder. Ceo of Britten Co which she talked about but here. This is the the weird crazy story that we have. Because when I hit up Steve or Mike D to get her on the show. I just saw this podcast idea and I was like this is great. I would like to get the person who started this podcast on the show and then it also comes back to me by the way she came into the studio back in like two thousand eight when we were in Austin right bread. Yeah Bobby You. Basically inspired this podcast. Fbi So just. So you know. I I've been I've been listening to the show since two thousand five like in the job as it's kind of Nerdy as the yes. You've got pre amy and I met you guys all and await and often and then bobby was almost my wedding. Dj In twenty eleven for real it was in Wyoming right and it was just. I remember going. You know any like four thousand dollars for everything and then it was just too much money. No you're being really whiny because you didn't WANNA travel and like Mr Travel. Think it's hilarious. Yeah but come on what are they? What kind of deal was that back in the day? Beautiful but I was like I had shown at work to do and gentle every day. Excuse also seven years ago get off me. Okay also amy. Do you remember when we talked about her. She lost her wedding ring on a flight and it came back to her because they found it back. Yeah I do. A pilot flew back to me and left me like a personal note. It was so cute it was in the news and I saw him was covering and it was going. She keeps coming back to us over and over again. This is this is unbelievable Well how's how's everything going with your brother? You good everything is really good. Yeah it's been fun. Meek launching the PODCASTS. We've done a lot more fun to come and It's just been really exciting to talk to people in a new format Audio which is so exciting. The teach me something. New podcast subscribe now also when you listen to it if you like it rated high and then comet because that helps new podcast helps ours it helps hers for. It has been a real treat to talk to you again. And you know there are no plans to talk to you again in the future however if this is going how it's been over the years somehow we'll end up in each other's life again sometime soon. I think you're gonNA D- Day something at some point so I'm just GonNa put that out there this again. Here's one of the reasons I didn't do it. I felt like I don't know how to DJ things. I'm not a guy who mixes music. I don't know how to do that. Well you did it when you were like seventeen but I kept raising the price so she wouldn't pick me and I was like you don't want me to do it. I don't know what I'm doing so you play music every day. I have nothing to do with like I. Just sit here and say stuff and then go. Hey Ray hit a song so if I can bring raid to your next event and do a thing and then go ray play a song. Then I think we have a deal. Okay deal and you should probably his wedding just a practice. Good to talk to you too. Emmy in Texas Emmy. What's happening with you all right? Yeah I worked retail and every time somebody comes where Arabica degreed normally with and shakes myself. Challenge of not thinking anybody's hand sanitizer lack. This is working out there It's pretty pretty you know known. And everybody's taking precautionary measures So I I literally just bowed at everybody that walks in Mike. Yeah you know good job you know the other house for like hey extremists Patrick going. So he's got funny hair Sooner starting to see the reaction of a lot of people yesterday I got most of that. He works at a cell phone place in his bowing. The bow because I was doing that to the bow is such a jump though. It does Shake people for a second. I think the data is probably the way to go the elbow the chicken wing. But since you're not handshaking you have to kind of call it on the way in. Its call him bank. You know or board when you're playing in the way you did. It is like ow Corona Corona or corona. As long as you say corona people won't will handle it differently if you just bow a little weird Coming up later on this surgeon general is going to be on so highest doctrine the land. We'll talk about corona. You're seeing what happened. And he saw Moore yesterday So we'll do that emmy appreciate that call. Let me go to Brianna Real Quick North Carolina. Who's on the phone? Hey Brianna how are you? I'm good how are you good? What's going on with you? I just wanted to call for morning studio so I. I just wanted to call and say that I listened to your show every morning on my way to work I actually get to work at ten o'clock which is in North Carolina. That's on the show ends so perfectly was when I get to work And my my Co Workers. Always make fun of me. Every morning I walk into work. They're like what you hear on the phone all the time. I'm like I heard it on the phone show and I actually started watching blind because you guys were talking about it. Though about love is blind I I mean I liked it. I have my feelings and opinions about some of them but I think like you can only portray so much on the TV show so I can't you know I think it was. It was interesting. I never would have thought of something like that so I been watching it. I was home with the flu a couple of weeks ago. Binge-watch that was a grown-up hang up on her. Can I get into this thing? No no not the flu pretty close. I guess thank you I listen. A lot of people are going to be in their houses. Even if they don't have it quarantined because of lack of anything else being open. And then you've got to find some stuff to watch. I think that that's a good one. That love is blind date each other and pods can't see they propose that ever out ever seeing each other. Why old and they were told us a science experiment. That's why they got into it crazy. Well Listen Briana. Thank you tell your friends if they started giving you a hard time about listening to show tell me kick rocks what I would say and then get a new job and then go boss then. Fire them all off. Thank you have a great day? Thank you guys tails. You can check out. Amy's podcast called four things with Amy Brown where she talks about faith and family and food and freedom and philophical which is a lot of fuss ounce food and freedom. Your podcast are really is I mean it. It does cover a variety of topics but a lot of times. Yeah Family Health Wellness and gratitude. All the phones. Yeah but I like that. All affects Check it out. Four things with Amy Brown Whenever the show's over today you have a whole weekend. You know like what do I listen to check out our podcast okay? Let's Go and do fun. Fact Friday fun fact right here. We go amy number five. So journey is like a super huge band but they never had a number one hit. Their closest was open arms which made it to number two on the billboard. Hot One hundred chart February nineteen eighty-two where did don't stop believing and Because that's their biggest song by far peaked at number eight crazy. Some songs get bigger as time. Goes you know Keith. Urban says that about his songs he goes man. I have number ones but also have hits like songs that lasts the test of time and never actually went number one so but crazy open arms. Our biggest song do not think came. Keep you away from my arms there so I've blue. Whales tongue can weigh as much as an elephant. Just the tongue. Wow Yeah in. Their heart can weigh as much as a car. Take that fun fact with you. Take Sir Michael. Jordan got his degree in cultural geography from the University of North Carolina. Because his backup plan after basketball was to become a weatherman. Michael Jordan was it. A meteorologist or Weatherman. Back in the day there used to be a difference. Our data to although newborn babies cry like lunchbox has a brand new baby Your babies crying on Fox. No tears are shed the ability to produce. Tears actually happens around a month old so it's a newborn baby. No tears the whole story to about there being three kinds of. Here's like sad tears. Happy Tears and then if you have something in your tears like Three D. Liquids. I believe it was three different liquids boop and Chris Pratt apparently stole his star Lord Costume from the set of guardians of the galaxy but he only stole it so that he could have it available to show up in costume to visit sick children in the hospital who might WanNa see star Lord so he wasn't trying to keep it just because it was his or sell it or have it as anything but he was like. I'm taking those with me address star Lord. Well I stole a bunch of my shoes from dancing with the stars wearing home like so win it when you're stealing it from sat like if you're really not supposed to take it. Yeah I ended up paying for a bunch of stuff. Is it so you can wear them to the hospital when you go to musicians on call? Could you imagine nobody would give a crap? Tacoma shoes were ended up paying for them way later because I bought a jacket to and they were like. Oh you bought the jacking up for those shoes and I was like okay. Got Desk from Nashville. Hollywood number two thirty seconds skinny Luke Bryan dropped a new song and music video from his upcoming album. Born here live here. Die here and it's called one Margarita. Healthy Ballerini in Halsey teamed up for a new episode of. Cmt crossroads back in October in the show is set to air on March twenty fifth. We just got another look at the episode. Here's the two of them doing Kelsey Song Homecoming Queen to pay par as weird pop world. You some concerts that have been postponed. Due to the Corona Virus Dannon shaved arena tour until Summer Chris Stapleton All American Roadshow Blake Shelton's friends and heroes tour in the first eleven dates of Kenny. Chesney too lax vacation tour a Morgan number two. That's your skin inc down head. This story comes us from Wichita Falls Texas. A woman was pulled over by police for speeding and she was like man. I got three warrants out for my arrest so she gave a fake name and so they ran the name of database and that person will also had a warrant for their arrest me and then she gets another one probably yeah so that she gets arrested when she gets jail they find out her real identity clean. Yeah it's really gamble have to predict a clean name if I were a woman. That's predicting a clean name. I'd go with someone like Beatrice. Someone older yeah like Gertrude. Something Ralway back there are there you go. That's your bonehead story of the day. It's time for the good news. Alleged box John Crowds. The California believes in second chances. He's been in and out of prison addiction problems all his life and finally found a new passion. Coffee gloves coffee. So we opens a coffee shop because he couldn't find a job and now he hires other inmates that are getting out of jail or people that had addiction problems and can't find a job he says. Hey come working my coffee shop and get back on your feet and I love that people love coffee though. Are People that love exercise. I just don't get it right. I tried it and I exercise six days a week and I still don't like it sometimes. I'll drink coffee and still don't like it but people that love people that love running specifically. I'm like what are you cycle. How do you enjoy something that makes me so miserable Good for him. That's awesome and him looking out for others. Amazing that's what it's all about. That was telling me something. Good Friday morning conversation with Admiral Dr Jerome Adams on the phone now surgeon general of the United States. Dr Adams. We wanted to talk to you about the corona virus and get an in depth explanation of. What's actually going on from you? Rather than what we keep hearing on all the websites all the media what I wanNA know I is. What are the things that Americans should and shouldn't do to protect themselves? Well number one. We know that the corona virus comes from a family of viruses that also called the common cold called Mirth called stars the respiratory viruses are spread person to person and four respiratory viruses. We know that washing your hands frequently is the most important thing you can do to protect yourself from these. We also talked to cover your cough when you cover your mouth when you copper sneeze and we tell people to stay away from people other people who are fixed though they're important wave and addition to cleaning frequently that will help prevent the spread of person to person did he did like the corona virus. One thing that does not work for the general public eventually wearing a mask and important provoke to know that there are two different kinds of math though that they will commonly be surgical. Math are divine to actually protect other people from you. They're designed so that when you cough sneeze and catch up the majority of of your your respiratory droplets but it does not protect you from other people because it is not tightly field. The ninety five math which looked like Cohn on people's faith if the to be worn by healthcare providers and also in the industrial world. And when we were we actually have to be especially fit tested. Otherwise they don't protect you from these like the corona virus and they may actually increase your risk because you're more likely to touch your faith and adjusted and again have that that contact from table to hand to your faith When you when you're messing with it the the final thing for folks to know that when they poured math they're not available for healthcare workers. And right now it's really important for healthcare workers to have the they can take care of people who are really thick because the healthcare workers get sick. Then we won't have people to Take care of it when we get back now when it comes to travel. What's your advice for? People who need to travel for work the advice I would give them in a bad flu season. Make sure your washing your hands frequently. Make sure you're trying to keep difference at least six feet from people who appear to be thick who are coughing Were sneezing and one of the things that I do. I do wipe down the tray table. The arm rest when I get on a plane with an anti bacterial wipes just in case. There is a virus of any kind flu corona virus. Cold that's been left there by someone else who who'd been there before so take normal respiratory precaution the same as we do for any flu season on the phone right now is Dr Jerome. Atoms surgeon general of the United States. All right what about hand sanitizer does hand sanitizer help prevent the spread of the virus hand. Sanitizer it an alternative to washing your hand. Nothing is as good and good old fashioned handwashing. But if you don't have it then in a pinch we would say use hand sanitizer. The theme rolled apply for hand. Sanitizer or are watching your hand and make sure you rub it in well that you get it on both sides of your hand and that you get it in between your fingers and under your finger nailed. So where are we at with? Developing a vaccine for the corona virus important proposed to know that we are working on back teams We are also working on therapeutic for the corona virus. We do not expect a vaccine to be available for at least twelve months. No matter how quickly we develop it we still have to be testing to make sure it doesn't actually harm people and then we have to do broader efficacy studies to make sure it works and all different populations. We wouldn't expect the vaccine until next even a but when you look at each one in one when you look at past flu outbreak when you look at Mervyn SARS the thing that helped stop. The spread of these diseases actually wasn't a vaccine in the first go round and was actually a good old-fashioned public health measures again handwashing keeping your distance from people who were sick covering your cough when you need then. I think it's important for the public to know we will be more cases. We're seeing more community spread especially with not yet. The case is coming from China but coming from all over Europe and up that unexpected but most people will have a mild illness like a cold or or or a mild version of the flu and the people who are most at risk if we take precautions now to make sure they're prepared and protect themselves. Then I have every confidence that we will get through with minimal harm to the American people. Dr Jerome Adams the twentieth surgeon. General of the United States. Appreciate your time and absolutely and for more information. I encourage folks to go to dot Gov or corona virus. They're both updates daily and also audience recommendations for school with our business and also for people who may be at risk perfect that CDC dot Gov and you're also on twitter at surgeon underscore general. Thank you thank you for your same east pile of stories. Let me ask you. Should movie theaters closed? Down DUE TO CORONA VIRUS. No they should have already closed down years ago closed down because our gross anyway I You know because we know if we go into a movie theater we are at risk of whatever is in the theater corona virus flu. What so no. We know we're going to solve into. That's my answer k. While a thirty eight percent of people think that they should be close down. That was a survey taken a good. But we know what we're getting into. It's like saying. Do you think airplanes shutdown. You should shut down. But we know we've got an airplane that they hopefully they're cleaning a better and to that circulation in a little tube isn't vast. You're probably GONNA get. What is it you said that made me think of a virus article? I saw where people are buying flights for like fifty dollars crews this morning for a buffalo nickel pretty cool the CNN story about the airline industry where this is comparable to nine eleven when people aren't flying because and think about that when that happened we were like Leonard got on the airplane. And it's that if not worse for some airlines at this point What else you got. A doctor is warning those that are stocked piling up on Gloves. Like you know medical gloves to try to stay clear of the corona virus. There like actually wearing gloves can increase your risk of catching it because it's still carried on the glove so if you touch things that you know like gloves or to protect you when you're dealing with other parts of the body but don't think just because you have a glove on all the sudden you're safe from it and it's can't get inside your nose if you touch your face with a glove you will get it you touch your face with anything that has any disease on it. It's going to go into your system now. People thought I was weird back in the day because I would wear gloves to meet and greets Not JUST MEDICAL GLOSS. But any kind of here. You're such a Weirdo and I even got. Hey beyond say won't you relax and I'm like I just want to hand now all of a sudden I'm Nostra freaking. Yeah yes okay. Stop using gloves that could be increasing your risk and then everywhere is out of hand sanitizer so this one girl that works at seven eleven in New Jersey. Actually she owns it. She decided to just make her own hand sanitizer in was selling it to people and her concoction burned four children. So it's just like I can't rescued by buying you sanitizer much like the movie theater. You know the risk you're taking if you're buying bootleg anything yeah I mean it just kind of just reminder. These are crazy times but as a parent use common sense as a store owner. You know I guess you're trying to do you can to sell hand sanitizer but if you're going to burn kids like know what you're doing but I bet you if you said I got a bunch of hand sanitizer. It hasn't been tested. I made it people will buy it like crazy. You can get nothing right now. It stores for sure no toilet paper. I bought two. Before the whole the whole hysteria went down about two humongous things that whole paper in my closet yesterday. Because that's where I put everything. I got lots of powdered stuff. I got ta get soup cans. I got a flame thrower disease. It gets real bad. Oh good idea. War Colonel or twenty twenty one and a half minutes. I'm just GonNa Light into people so that's interesting okay. Up Our game a little bit of we get a flame thrower did he doesn't file was amy's pile of stores. It's time for the good news a High School Math teacher New Jersey. We'll get to see the New York Yankees season opener. Thanks to a student's seniors in Mr Barbour. Ram oppose high school class pitched into buy tickets to game one for him and his baseball loving kids after he was injured while helping his daughter with cerebral palsy to make life better. The Yankees decided to get on the giving to the team has given the teacher and his family tickets to game to invite him to come back to batting practice as well and they have a surprise for the students. They've all been invited to a game as well to honor their. Barbara's maple to a students and said I don't know if I've talked to joke. I was watching a twitter video for the teachers thinks the ball. I talk to on the show yet. She's all she's like. Okay fine she has one of the little balls. It's one of those little goals on top of a door. She kinda put up there and she goes okay. Fine if I make this you all get A.'s. And she's all the way across the room and she has a little foam ball and just throws it and it goes in class erupt special. Ed Do that was right in the D. failing it was like a mid term. And so she gave them all as mega just throws womb right in that class man. It was like an explosion of happiness. But also shout these These kids here and the Yankees and this teacher all doing good stuff and it all coming back around for them. That's what it's all about. That was telling me something good. I'm Bret Marin and welcome to teach me something new a new podcast from iheartradio in Britain. Now all my life. Everyone's told me I should focus on being good at one thing but the truth is I'm curious about a lot of things so one day. I decided that my expertise might be to become the world's best generalist. So how'd you learn about everything? The answer make the world's best experts teach you in less than an hour. This show is about inspirational thinkers scientists artists and CEO's and the things they've learned that have transformed their lives. Listen to teach me something new on the I heart radio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast. Subscribe now and come along with me as we all learn. Something new transmitting Alaska over amy with the morning corny. Here we go morning. What do you call to monkeys sharing an Amazon account? What do you call to? Monkeys sharing an Amazon Account Amazon primates. Who that was mourning mourning in honor of the morning corny. This week lunchbox went out to the streets. Where'd you go? I was just out on the streets in front of the country. Music Hall of fame and you went away. I said I need your best Corny Joke. Because amy tells corny jokes and they're not funny so. I need someone to tell me. Funny was pretty funny. Sometimes I run low. So I'd like a refresh. You very go. Why did the Golfer Bring Two pair of pants? Why did the Golfer Bring Two pair of pants in case he got a hole in one? What do you do if you see a fireman? What do you do if you see a fireman? You put it out man. What do you do see a fireman down? Oh God what do you call a very small Valentine? What do you call a very small? Valentine a Valentini gotta Google male or female is Google male or female. Well female because it doesn't let you finish the sentence before making suggestion all the guys in Charlotte finally. What kind of flowers do you give on Valentine's Day? What kind of flowers do you give on Valentine's Day cauliflowers? Call a flowers missing here cauliflower. Like call cauliflower. Maybe that was morning. Gorny Colin Order. The flowers are delivered this stretch. Even I can recognize that area. Getting a lot of tax raimondo about wedding. Have you guys moved because of Corona Nano? We're good in October. It's starting to six months out. Okay what about your Bachelor Party question because you got to go to Vegas in April to June in June? Let's just say flights have already been booked for some of the people. So not cancelling as of right. Now I mean your health are like canceling a flight though. I think Juno is okay to not cancel okay and also it's like six or seven people right. It's not like an award show or a concert and it's all my buddies so I don't know if I necessarily have to make some boom big time decision right now. They're cool with me. Tell them in June. You could get some good deals on some stuff right now. If you planned and booked if anybody hasn't booked already vegas now's the time to do it. Oh yeah book anything accrues I just got a cruise and they gave me a dollar. It was the greatest day there were like. How would you like right there? You go thank you. I'll be here all week so I'll give you a classic Cartoon Catchphrase. You name the cartoon for example I went. Yeah they do that here. Okay so easy is so just. You're the same at the same time. Okay okay so the first one That's all folks. That's all folks cartoon is ready. One two three. That's all folks. Okay how about this one Cowabunga Cowabunga want to three Ninja Turtles Turtle? Avoid who say Simpson's I'll take Simpson's it's a Ninja turtles but I'll take Simpson's too it's acceptable but Teenage mutant Ninja Turtles where Cowabunga do Yeah Okay how about this one? I'm the like in the format of this. Let's go amy. You're up him. How about? You won't get this one right. Good Grief Cartoon Reef Good Grief Family Guy. No Charlie Brown. Do you remember that one lunch box? Who's was hey. Hey Hey that's fat Albert from what how about how about you eat it? Oh you eat that. Simpson's IT'S L. A. B. Beavis. And butthead amy who said this? I thought I thought put he tat. Thought I thought put tat tough ones here. I taught I taw debt. Bugs Bunny That would be tweety bird from looney tunes. The yeah I thought I saw a pussycat but DA DA burning lunchbox here. I come to save here. I come to save the cartoons at here. I come to save human is all I. It's kind of cool is it. Goes who come to save the day mighty mouse is Tom to save a long time. Ago has a long time ago. Eddie I sell propane and propane assessories. That's I love this one. That's hand kill from King of the Hill. Sell propane and propane accessories. How we doing on the score? Lvn Eddie are tied as one back. Emmy. You've been eliminated gazillion. One one left here. We've got a couple of never mind you're back in you can all do we all do speed around okay. Does yell at like we did the first time ready. Who Said Zoe's for it? Who said what show? Does the person go sewing links? That's I do a good one of those rats more yellow. It's time all right here. We go one two three sponge. Bob Amy Said rugrats. They said Spongebob is actually shaggy from Scooby. Doo Remember Him. Shaggy of course links who did by the power of Grace. Skull got it by the power of gray skull one-two-three Batman hard. Let's see if we have I think that's it. Have One more. This is speed around. I'll tell you what Raimondo it's GonNa play it. Oh Wow and I need the show got it say your name is the Buzzer. Raymond has number twelve. Okay are we ready just to show your name is the Buzzer and go. Adding petty shows looney tunes Iraq Bunny from looney tunes. Nice way what's up. Sacconi we at Boggs and putting tat and Tweety weedy I mean even had the Yosemite Sam like pound for pound. That was great cartoons. Yes well there's a little Mexican. His name's Gonzales. Speedy Gonzales Slow Poke Rodriguez. I don't remember slow. Poke speedy thank you on something. Suspicious real slow speedy. Why are you going so fast? At is the big winner. It's time for the good news. So there's a tiny home community being put together for homeless and Sacramento. And it's all starting with Saint Paul Church of God and they've got twenty four tiny cabin like structures and two people can live in them between ages. Eighteen and twenty four. And then there's going to be trailer. Bathrooms set out in the community. So they'll have a place to shower and get ready and do all the things that they need to do and off the streets and have a safe place to be on the Saint Paul Church of God and they're like little tiny homes. I've heard of different communities doing this building. These tiny places and then it gets the homeless off the streets. Then they can you know get rest and a shower and closed and they can go interview for jobs and a step to step up. Yeah you know who else tiny home food? You ever see someone driving your house dude. It's tiny it's tiny. They're also providing news on the back of a truck dude. It was being driven right to me. It's a lot smarter than you'd think they'd they're also providing counselling and social services and meals. So yeah it is like a place to a transition place for them. That's why doesn't take up a lot of space because it's there you go. That's what it's all about was telling me something. Good time for Bobby. And Eddie's music's goal Bobby Kennedy's music. School is now in session up in the morning and now what are we learning about today? All right have three famous country songs that you didn't know were originally covers. Okay are the first one is achey. Break your heart. You know that one. I hope this job and I did not know. Achey break you hard. That'd be trouble. Yeah we know that billy Ray Cyrus before billy ray in Nineteen ninety-one. This song was done by the Marcy brothers titled. Don't Tell my heart palm stall on to stay. That sting difference is ache and break in Heart Bob instead of Great Britain hearts. Yeah and they didn't have the mall. Let's have a friend that was in this ban. Yeah I know I was doing the story Kendall and he's like I'd stinks didn't blow for us So achey break yards to cover. What else you got are this. One's crazy fancy who sang that reba. That's right. The song was originally written by Bobbie. Gentry in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine okay. We have a couple of that. Here you go. This was actually a crossover pop hit for gentry reaching number thirty one on the billboard. Hot One hundred now. We've had a couple of massive covers because that's an Georgia to not on my list didn't know that's crazy. What else you got all right. Oh Man I just found this out my Maria by Brooks and Dunn. Yeah we talked about on the show. I already well there you go. You learned again. It was originally done by B W Stevenson and that was nineteen seventy-three when this song came out and it's crazy because we played this with Brooks and Dunn and when I was doing research where there's been I found that version like this is a cover. The cool thing is. They stayed pretty right on original. They did yeah. It also sounds like the recording. That and the gas station a little better quality. Are there you go? That's Bobby Knight His Music School Bobby. Kennedy's music school. Is now the bobby bones. Show you guys. Text does a lot of questions and Morgan is GonNa read. The most texted questions from the week are what do you have? Do you guys actually get up and dance during the Friday morning? Dance Party. Well even if we don't get up we do dance a little bit. Yeah the Guitar Instrument. That's IT era guitar. That's a big one. Yeah Drum drums drums so yes I would say for the most part we do dance during the Friday morning dance party. What else do you sanitize your cards after you pay? Oh I let me tell you what I did. I went to starbucks and I got cash on purpose because they don't hold them my card so the only place I really give my car to anybody starbuck through the window because I have to walk to the register on fine or if I prepay them fine but they take your car and then it disappears and so now I get cash and just give cash because I don't think touching my car and yes I wash my card. Do Hand sanitizer because it's sticky. But I will get home and as it about once a week now. I don't really use it that much where I can't touch it but I'll do it. Every couple of days and induce open water on my credit card touching cash. Wash my hands and I know right but the car do car. Don't know what they're doing with it. Cash touchy give it Wash Mahan also if I give away cash. There's no chance and I'm also stealing my credit card number the whole giving your credit card to somebody and letting them disappear in a dark room is so weird dark room when you work in. You're having dinner at a restaurant and you put your car. They just walk away with it. Protect your identity at all. Costs covered your credit card with all these these insurance and then all of a sudden. You're like here. You go at a Turkey dinner on CNN our with my credit card so dumb or what else mortgage number to win well. Mike DIGA has braces off question mighty. When did you get your braces about three years ago? When do they come off? They should be the end of the year really. Yeah my teeth. Were really messed up so it took a really long time like they had to take teeth out. Move stuff around so yeah but hopefully by the end of this year. Are you excited about that? Oh yeah really yeah. Do you get food in them. Yeah I gotTA brush him a lot and just make sure they're clean. I don't even think about mighty wearing braces anymore. I forgot about it. I guess you buy them for so long. Yeah three years yeah. They're pretty annoying into here. All right there you go. What else have you met your girlfriend's family? I met her brother brother. But her family Marmande live in Tulsa and haven't been to Tulsa yet so I will if I don't meet them by May which is when she graduates Grad School. Then I'll meet them then but by the way she went back to school and not graduating she took some years off and then she worked by. Yeah five years or something. But I haven't met her parents yet but really looking forward to. It's really the first set of parents that I've looked forward to meeting mostly in relationships. I've been like okay. I'll meet them get parents. Why not? Let's see what happens but I'm looking forward to meeting why you shake your head that's awesome. You gave me a look and shook your head. I can tell you later. Oh okay. Let's got awkward. Gosh Bobby's in trouble. I don't think you're in trouble a- to me no it's a me I know. It's n De okay. I'm just thinking of if I was an accent I heard you say that. I'm glad you say this now. Thinking about them. It's about me mostly. I've been like I don't want to be parents because they're gonNa want me to come for the holidays 'cause they're gonNA know I'm by myself on the holidays and I'm GonNa have to put on a show and it's been about me now. I'm like I would love to meet her parents. It's amazing you're in a better place. Yes okay yes thank. Thank you for this okay. We don't have to meet more but you just like. Oh man you gotta think about you. Call me on it. But I'm just saying my honest feelings. Yeah I haven't but I'm looking forward to it thank you. What else is there a way to figure out what cities the Bobby won't show is on? Mostly yes we have on our website this page but I don't think it's accurate. It's mostly accurate. Yes as far as I know. It's like in weird because cities. I know we're in. It doesn't show in their cities that it shows that we're not in it for the most part it's accurate. Well I will look into that then and then it puts it like if our tower is not in Boston proper. Oh it's like you're you can hear the show and we'll Bawab Massachusetts. Where does that in town even? It's but yes I would encourage you if you're listening on the phone just search for the I. R. Country Channel because we were live on that channel. I heard country and then if you don't catch US live. Listen to the bobby bones show on demand channel. That's what I would say any more questions Morgan. Yeah one more okay. What happened to the investigative warning Corny on Thursdays and I felt this? We're getting tired of it but we can bring it back to you. What we do is. Amy would give us the morning cornea and we'd have a minute. Yeah figured out or so. How long have we been ninety seconds ninety? Wow we'll do it next Thursday. We'll see a couple of things were were holding out on. We'LL BRING THAT BACK. But amy versus much. Won't be back til like April or so April or may cause that when its course but we don't like to burn things so we'll do that Thursday anymore questions Morgan. That's it for now. Those are frequently asked questions here on the bobby bones. Show them the bass pro shops and CABELA's studio on music row body. Don't show all right. Let's do flashback. Friday the year is two thousand eleven. Here you go flash back Friday. The biggest country song on this day in two thousand eleven was Jason Aldean and Kelly Clarkson. Don't you WanNa stay two thousand eleven? Where were you in your life? I was doing the show with you. But Living North Carolina -cause my husband was stationed at Fort Bragg so she was deployed Austin with you if he was home. I was doing it for my garage. Yup I was in Austin. Yeah just a couple years out for making the big move to Nashville out getting the called the big leagues the biggest pop song was Wiz Khalifa. Black and yellow and the biggest thing of pop culture. The young unsigned and previously unknown. Rebecca black becomes famous when a youtube video for song. Friday begins to go viral. This was one of the first real viral videos that pierced puncture still seeing this on. This is two thousand eleven Morgan. Remember the song. Yeah definitely hold. Are you two dozen women why you can do it? Struggling right now eighteen. Yeah Yeah. She's struggling right now. That took you that long ago. Yeah math is hard We do scuba. Steve gets back speaking of math and reading. We have to get amy and Eddie dyslexic test specialist. A lot of people think that you are amy after hearing you're like what you suffer from and let people with. Adhd there's people send me all kinds of stuff. Well if I'm thirty. What basically nine and just now figuring out. This has been going on because I know my teacher and her son is dyslexic. Different than what I think I have with what is going on. But there's tools and things you can do that help you and this would explain a lot from make you feel better. We'll ya already. I mean I don't know I don't want to get ahead of it because I really don't know because it is a series thing and I don't want to make it like. Oh yeah okay. I've got that but I mean it would explain so much. I gotTa take the SAT. Three Times. I went down the second time and I took the prep courses and everything you know like school's hard yeah schools. I don't even know all right. Let's talk about the weekend. What's going on with you Just me and the kids hanging out. My husband's been in North Carolina. So He's coming home so I guess as we can to figure out some stuff with my dad and going to watch. My niece play basketball but online. So of this shutdown. Her Jim no no. She had to travel to Denver. She made it to state in Colorado but parent my sister sex me. She's like parents aren't even allowed in the Games. We can't even go in no fans but they're bound way to video at for everybody so everybody streaming it online. Even my sister's literally going to be in a hotel room next to the gym washing it online too. So we'll see what about you? I'm playing racquetball. Your husband this weekend. Did you know that. Yeah I think going on Sunday the ask your permission he did. Because I think we're supposed to celebrate my birthday on Sunday and he was like. Oh shoot I. Committed to play racquetball. Bobby is like and I was like yes. It's your birthday now because I was supposed to go to New York for Kelsey Ballerini album released been canceled. Yes on your birthday day. Yeah so we're going to Austin. I don't know I need to figure that out. I have no idea if that's been canceled. I I have no idea but my husband and kids are supposed to be gone. They're going on spring break so that's why they wanted to celebrate on. Sunday cancelled true. They're going with our friend. That's a doctor so I think my husband feels better about protecting Dr Kale into town. She must go back Monday to California California's basically closed. She can get in anymore so I don't know what if she gets. Corn teamed here with the U. Great. I love that. I don't want to be sick. I probably corner in another room there but I'd be happy with that are have a great weekend. Nobody will see you Monday by site. Grasp bobby bones. You're seeing bobby repeats win. Hello this is Ron Burgundy. And you're listening to my voice which commands trust and respect. Guess what my podcast is back. And that's a win for everyone. If you're longtime listened to the show you probably already know the deal. Each week I bring you hard hitting journalism and also Light Entertainment. I contain multitudes. Find the Ron Burgundy podcasts. On the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. 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Synchronizing Many really bad days where I've woken up in the morning, turn on the radio and they've turned it completely around. Junk has been chopped off of crate way to start the day so much now so much. Conversation. This is. MR, Michael Oppenheim. Me Help for eating animal crackers. All cut a this. Guy. Shirish. Shabas to on this show have never felt more perfect. More well rounded Gandhi. You're amazing. This great great. To the best. Story in the, morning. Show. Well. You know you're waking up or maybe you're getting off his shift. I gotTA. Remind you today is Friday you know. Friday is a whole different day these days than it used to be several months ago, right? I love the texts already coming through. It may be Friday, but no rest for this garbage trucker till Saturday hey tomorrow Saturday I'm so looking forward to you getting some rest. If you're coming off shift at the hospital or going on shift, we applause, we applause you. We applaud you. Sound of four people clapping fabulous. Today welcome to Friday Hi Danielle. There's Gandhi in her living room. Years froggy and his guest bedroom good morning, scary master control at Z one hundred New York. In the next room across the glass from the beautiful, talented and sexy straight Nathan brigger then. Of course we got to be mass controlling Garrett and In Samantha standing by and it's. Diamond reminds us today is international. Whiskey Day to let you do. Is it true. That arena came out with a new song yesterday Gandhi. Yes she did. It's called. Believe it and I can't wait. You know how much I love Rehana. It's her first song in four years, and she's doing all kinds of good during this time, so I just love her very excited about that. Tell you what we'll give you a taste of her brand new song coming up that let's go back to offer very first songs I. Think Ponder replay was the first hit of hers we played. Isn't it is? Gary Button. To replay there he goes. Scare you, are you? Are you ready for a day of pushing buttons and Play Music One. To. Zoo everybody in the floor. Pick it up one time when. RUN RUN. Run the museum. Becomes the Sun with. You. Saying. I'm fine. You want. To. Take. You, Don't want to go. Pay. Income. Think. Everybody in the. Iraqi wins. Three to become run run. Run run the museum. Route! Becomes the son. Run you. Ohio. County. Gain. Up by now. Get. But hands up to. Get. Everybody gets down. Uranium. There you go rhianna. Okay, so that was. I do believe the very first ran on. We ever played from her. Remember when we met her years ago. Oh, yeah! Yeah. Anyway she's this new song. We're GONNA play for you in a few minutes. Hey, let's get rolling with our first caller of the day on line one Steven. Steven is eighty while how eighty. You're alarm cracker. Was the was almost the first caller of the day. And then you received a text from your company around. That screwed it all up. What happens Steven? Those after. The first caller today text saying. Hey, you're fired. For their. Well, I say My Day was made anyway, just talking to me, that was awesome to start off the day, so it Kinda it Kinda. You know bitter sweet. Day But yeah I got off the phone with me and About three minutes later, I got a text on my phone. It was my boss. He said Hey. Unfortunately, don't bother coming in today. We had to lay some people off and unfortunately you fell on a list. It is what it is and. I reached out to a couple of friends of mine just to kind of vent and. I served in the army with owns the company New Hampshire and she said you know what we've always got room for a brother. Come on up. There's always that option, but you know I'm in Connecticut I'm rooted. Here I have a seven year old autistic son that you know has a great school Greek. Teachers He was nonverbal up until about two days before Christmas. This, year and So, it just makes things hard. You know I it just thinking about how am I gonNA. Pay Rent in you know. Put on the table clothes on the back, so I mean just with that kind of stress, but you know talking you guys. Go Away we'll be. By the way on several different levels. Thank you for serving our country of. Being Super Dad to Super Kid and the congratulations on finally getting through to the first caller of the day. I mean there's something. Even Steven thanks to our friends at 'em. Many's the chocolate candies that just got smaller perfect for the Easter bunny by the way. Thanks to them. We're GONNA. Send you a five hundred dollar cash gift card. You've gotta be kidding me, thank you. Guys are not. Going to do a lot for my son, it really is Everything goes to him I do it off for him and I would do it over again hundred times. And You. Know. You S. Hooper because you guys. Seriously are the ones that put a smile on my face. Every morning at six am on the dock us is there. You're consistent every day, so thank you. Well, thank you. It's very rare. We gotTA compliment. Look and don't forget. Don't forget I M M's minis. It's because of them. You have a five hundred dollar cash gift card on the way and. Thank. You so much for listening. You'll steven and everyone Daniel and gone the. Agree knowing that people like Steven are listening makes it worthwhile? Because otherwise we'd be out. We'd a pick and corn, which sounds like a great. Proud, to be. Corn Picker. Anyway. I don't know where that came from. Hold on a second Stephen. You have a blessed weekend or whatever this is for you. What's your? What's your son's name? By the way my name is Mason. You tell him, we said hello and have have a great day to day. You deserve it. HOLD ON, Stephen! Thank you so much? Lots of eminem Minis in the Easter Basket for Mickey. Yes. To all of an Uber Drivers Oliver Sanitation. Teams are a gosh. All the freightliner's that are unloading and loading so someone has to do all that work the truck drivers. If you're running on the railroads, thank you so much for keeping them working. You're working in hotels blue. There are hotels. Because a lot of family members who can't visit grandma and her house need to be close by so thanks for staying open for them, and of course the, and why, in the EMT's and the paramedics NYPD here New York City in all the men and women in blue in first responders around the world. Thank you so much for another day that either you just left or you're about to go to this. Go around the room. Frog, you. What's on your mind today? Speaking of seeing grandma yesterday I saw the sweetest thing, so we're walking around the neighborhood. And I see this lady, an elderly woman. She sitting up on her porch, having dinner, and all of her grandchildren were sitting in the front lawn about ten feet away from her, and they were just talking to grandma making her happy and social distancing, but yet spending time so if there's somebody in your life. That is alone right now. Do you can to social distance but yet let them know that you're there for them. You love them and that you still care. That was so sweet and you know when you see something like that. Don't don't let it float by. Make sure you acknowledge it at least in your heart and remember that you saw that. It makes you a better person and be like that. Yes, Danielle, what's up with you? So yesterday I was doing something with my bearded dragon. We had a clean it. Clean them up. Clean his cage Ordina. Yes. To Take Care of something, and all of a sudden e pooped all over me and I screaming. Give. Bearded Dragon poop look what it. What does it really? Let me. Just tell you. Know! I don't know what he yesterday, but it was not normal, and it was I was. You should have heard me. It was like a Sitcom. It was a horrible and I was my kids had to come running in and help me. It was all of I had to throw myself in the shower. Discuss thing, but it was like yes, and so it was the day yesterday with the bearded dragon right after the show so you you live till bearded dragon as pooped on the. Let me tell you. Leave! Do all that work for me. Gandhi what's up with? So we've all been talking about how important it is to reach out to your friends and stay in contact during this time and yesterday, I had a date with a bunch of my friends from all over the country and let me tell you how fulfilling actually felt we had some drinks. We talk to each other caught up with all kinds of stuff, significant others popping in and out pets popping in and out. It was great, so if you have a chance tonight, it is Friday to maybe have like zoomed eight or stipe. Date with your buddies, do it. You'll feel a lot better. I felt like I actually went out and did something, so it was great. Well thank you Gandhi. Look at that. You know what? We've only been on the air for twelve minutes and we've. We've responded to some incredible incredible energy coming in from other people, and so it's our turn to give it out so today we got a busy day. We have the governor of new. Jersey, calling in to talk about the latest from our garden state. Did YOU NEW JERSEY? Is the garden state also today? We've got another one thousand dollar free money. Thanks to our friends at. Who our friends, oh. Oh, no, don't tell me along. It's right. Here here's the problem. When you have so many friends, it's a it's a blessed thing. Let's get in to the horoscopes. Who's going to do today Gandhi Danielle Me Yeah Right, Mariah Carey Jessie J Burgi Halle Berry Quentin Tarantino a lot of birthday. Today's APP birthday to you guys Kappa Corn Surf the Web Watch a documentary. What you learn will help you achieve your goal. Your date is ten. Aquarius rate your dreams down. They'll shed light on a relationship. You're not understanding well your days. A seven pay pisces be attentive. Be Open minded at social events. They're going to give you valuable resources for the future. Your days and nine aries expect to get a lot of satisfaction from doing service work in helping a cause that means a lot to you your days. Tin Torres new love is on the horizon. It's attractive free-spirited and could create a real great relationship. Your Day is a nine Gemini. Fascinating discussions will give you enough food for thought to last for days. Your Day is an eight. Cancer, don't expect to be alone for long. All signs indicate that romance has the hots for you your days ten Leo. Leo Use your hard earned money wisely. Today's dollar could turn into next year's ten thousand dollars your day time. That's good to. Solving resolving complicated issues have an open mind instead of unrealistic expectations. Your Day is eight. Libra. Don't be scared of the unexpected. If you share traction with someone, you'll manage to find each other your day nine Scorpio any new interest. You're falling in love with well. Don't fight them. Let them entice you your days attend. And Sagittarius if a perfect opportunity arises, don't write it off as too good to be true. Instead learn and grow your day is a nine, and those of your Friday morning horoscopes as we get into the three things you need to know last night in New York City the Ns Department of the FDA and Y, you know. The nine one one dispatchers received over seven thousand calls last night. which is many more than on nine eleven, so to everyone who's out there. Just keeping US rolling people who show up the bankers of the members of the Elvis Duran morning show. A part of your home depot. Thanks for being open today. The lunch ladies. There is a lady who got in touch with us. She says her mom's been a lunch lady for eighteen years at new door pie school Staten Island. She still going in every day. Even the schools are closed to feed the kids and the parents. No one's shouting them out talks talking about him. We just want. Want to say, thank you, thank you for those people who are who are secretly behind closed doors, and still taking care of good people, a sweet wonderful woman, a woman. Thank you Christie and all the lunch ladies. Even the guys who are lunch ladies. We love you. Thanks for putting on the hairnets all right. Let's get into the three things you need to know now what's going on? All right well. The US now, the hardest hit country in the world from the coronavirus cases are now passing about eighty, five thousand, and the global count has passed half a million. There is some good news though that doesn't mean. Everybody is dying of the nearly eighty two thousand cases that were seen in China over seventy, four thousand have recovered about thirty. Thirty two hundred died in all and experts say that they cannot stress enough. Following social distancing rules is key to flattening the curve, so stay away from people. Wash your hands. Do the right thing and we will get past this. The newest military branch space force is doing stuff now. They conducted a national security space. Launch Cape Canaveral yesterday and they sent. Sent a satellite up to assist in military communications and finally powerball is taking a hit as well. We talked to somebody who was going to her job at the Lotto Office and they are saying that they're going to change some stuff over there as well. They're cutting the minimum jackpots in half. Originally, it was forty million dollars. Now it's going to be. Be just twenty million dollars. They're saying they expected to grow slower as well because when people aren't winning, they're also not buying tickets right now. I would say quicko by bit. We all know that that doesn't affect your chances of winning, so just know that your powerball is going to be about half of what it normally is, and those are three things. All right. Gandhi, thank you so much. One of our highlights yesterday. The we had the United States. Surgeon General on with US yesterday. And what an incredible interview! That was such a fantastic response. Is there a possibility? We could hit that coming up next the full interview. A lot of people didn't get it. And, even if you did hear it, there was so much information that went by so fast. It's about ten twelve minutes long. No big deal. Let's take a break. Come back, and let's revisit our visit with the surgeon. General's pretty cool. Thank you for listening. We'll be back after this I anna gone. Hey, what's up as Halsey? With Elvis Duran and the morning so. Bring out your beauty was son care inspired by Hawaii? Hades gone an Hawaiian. Tropic sunscreen has perfected a late non greasy formula. That's great for your daily beauty routine. You know that Sun Protection Daily is essential stock up today available Amazon. Joe Show? One of the weird things about this show is, we could be talking about something very stupid. Going into would go into something very very important. You know what I'm saying. We just kind of switch gears the middle of a thought. We have no consistency which is I think what makes this show magic anyway. So before we get into a replay of Dr. Dr Adams from yesterday. The surgeon general for our country, which was so amazing. can talk about the Kardashians last night, can we? Can we these two conversations together? Source. The WHO was fighting with WHO, and who kicked? WHO IN THE VAGINA? What style Courtney Accordion Cam had a fight because they're always fighting now and courtney's been wanting to really leave the show, and that's been like the new storyline, and so they took a little bit of a break, and then last night it near the end of the show. They say stuff to get up each other's nerves, whatever and they wound up like fighting, and so they're like fighting each other, but it's the dumbest like they're kicking each other in their privates, and then Khloe gets involved and she tries to, but you really doesn't so so you? You Watch the whole thing without turning it all. Of course, and it was such a tease because it was near the very end, and they like to be continued next. Ask You. Gandhi Daniel is that. Is that like a girl? Fight thing you kick each other in the in the lady parts really. I've never done that. Also. No? I used to fight. We would go. It was an all out brawl, white hair, pulling tackling to the ground beating each other, there was no to the vagina, but that did make me laugh. It was yeah, it was very interesting. It was. Okay wait okay now they're okay. They're throwing each other on the floor. And Oh my God. Oh, my God, they look like Kangaroos kicking each other. Hoping beating each other up and I want hair extensions to come out, but I don't know what. Roll. Yeah okay, we gotta move on, but doing there pulling weeds. They're kicking their. You're kicking your own sisters. Private Parts on national television. Is that how? Yeah I. I guess I, don't know. Daniel. Tucker fought we. We know we're eleven years difference with the. ABC getting yelled at by straight. Nate, because we have to we, we now have to go from Vagina picking fights with the Kardashian sisters into the surgeon, General of the United States Dr Jerome, Adams. Merkley cover a lot of stuff. I mean you may be listening for ten minutes on the way to work. I gotTa give you as much entertainment as we can cram in their plan. So yesterday we were we were fortunate and honored. We're fortunate enough and honored to have our surgeon general of the United. States on the air with us Dr Jerem. Adams who you see in these White House briefings almost every day, and he really has this extra level this higher level of edge to him when he gives the reports in contrast to the other people on. On on that stage like doctor, FAUCI and Dr Burks they've the three of them. Make the best team I believe so from yesterday. I want to I I. WanNa. Play this back because there's a lot of information that goes by really fast, our conversation with Dr Jerome at the surgeon general from yesterday. Here we go all right. Let's go to our guest. Dr Jerome. Surgeon General to have him on our show. Today is quite the honor because we we must assume that he's the busiest man in medical business I'm sure he would downplay that as much as he could, but not going to allow him to listen to. This is our nation's doctor, and what's going on right now? With his pandemic? We need people. We trust people that look good that that don't look like they're from. You know from another planet. I'm serious when these doctors get on that stage at the White House. Everyday Doctor FAUCI and Dr Burks and Dr Adams I feel like we are. We are under control and we are taking very good care of so. We welcome to the show Dr Jerome. Adams good, morning Dr Adams thanks for taking time to call us today. Good Morning. You've got a busy busy busy every day I'm sure it's around the clock for your doctor Adams, but you're also a husband. You're also a parent. How are you handling this and as as a citizen? And as well as being the nation's doctor I mean. How is this affecting you personally how you doing? Well. I appreciate you. Afghan, that and I'm hanging in. There a Lotta. People don't realize the sacrifices that a lot of our public servants make in for me, I'm okay with it. This is what I signed up for, but my family. My wife, my kids. You know they miss having dead at home. The dog, my little dog Bella is getting lonely, not seeing me as much the people working the CDC at the FDA working to try to keep us safe they're out there, putting a t taking time away from their families, and in some cases putting their lives on the line I've had over six thousand of my officers on the commission. Commission core who deploy around the world to help respond to different outbreaks including the corona by so thank you for asking that at the end of the day it's my honor. I come from a family who was served in the military and It's the honor of my life to have this role when I wish it wasn't at such a a a time where. You're seeing live laws where you're seeing. People put at risk but That's what God put me here for. Having you on that stage, everyday is definitely comforting as we're getting the bad news, we we actually feel like we're getting it from someone WHO's A. I'll go ahead and say a little younger than the average age of every on the stage and. But we have full trust in what you're bringing to the table and you do bring a different level of energy and enthusiasm to something that is so serious, so let's talk about the headlines of the day because I. Know this this changes every day maybe every hour with you especially with the range of different age groups listening to our show right now. Dr Adams A. What is your headline in your message today? Well, my headline number one. If that the United States is now approaching Europe in some places the the corona virus started in China, and so we had to travel restrictions China. Then it went to Europe. Italy unfortunately New York is the new Italy the attack rate. The number of people in that city who have been diagnosed with corona virus is about the same now, or or who being diagnosed with Ronan viruses about the same as if Italy and so we want people to understand how serious this is. The new data in the United States actually suggests that we may have a younger demographic in the United States who have getting hospitalized with at risk then in those. Those other countries and we don't know why yet. Some people feel like it may be because we have such a high percentage of young people vaping and you all know that I put out an advisory last year. alerting young people to the potential dangers of vaping but anything that that implies your lungs can put you at risk for corona virus. We want people to know you can get this. You can be hospitalized from it. You can die from it, but I think more importantly. We love our grandparents. We love our set our goals and one day one day will actually look back and appreciate our parents to and I i. hope that one day look back at appreciate what I did, but we don't want to bring these diseases home. We don't WanNA bring corona virus home to a loved one and and someone who's at risk and feel like we were responsible for them, being hospitalized or dying. There's we have societal responsibility like do. You may be feeling like a million bucks? It doesn't mean you don't have it and it doesn't mean you can't give it to someone who could really really be torn apart by it by the way just turned on US surgeon general Dr Jerome Adams. Who I believe was raised right across the river in orange new. Jersey we got a hometown boy on the. East Coast Kid and it's why reach out to so many celebrities from up and down the east. Coast and people who are influencers just this morning or the? My daughter sent me a text from Lauren Gray. WHO's a number, one or number two on? TIKTOK, and she and I met New York. Lauren Gray and I did and I introduced stricter, my daughter and I said Hey Lauren. Can you help? Young people understand the importance of staying home Kylie Jenner Put out a message when I asked her. Her to I still know Roman. Atwood have stepped up yet or not but I asked him to do because my boys love him, but we've got gotta understand that my kid listen to them. and a lot of your listeners will listen to them before the listen to even the surgeon general of the United States we all need to understand the importance of staying home, voiding gatherings of ten or more, avoiding unnecessary travel to protect ourselves and protect our grandparents. My Love Wonder Nanna their pop ups. there. You go by the way in new. York is now calling the epicenter of the disease here in the United States. People between the ages of eighteen and forty nine representing over half of the state cases so when we came out of the chute with this story, although this is an older person's problem, no, it's not definitely not. A froggy is checking it from his guest bedroom in Jacksonville Florida. We're doing our show. In Oliver, kitchens and bedrooms by the way Dr out of a froggy. Do you have a question for practicing social distancing? I loved it. To that point when you guys are on the stage and the White House, you're only three inches from each other. I think that's a bad example. I just wanted to bring that. What it is a bad example and you notice that we've been better about it lately. One of the challenging things with communication if the messaging is hard, but you also sometimes can't win whenever one of us is missing from the stage. The news story wears Doctor Faustus. She wears doctor. Dr Book, but then when we're all up on stage, they say why you all up on stage. Exactly? I liked I. just want to go. Hey, now back up back up. All right FROGGY has a question. Go ahead for the doctor PAL I. Know, you've actually what am I good buddies, but I'm not. Cheese! Talks Randoms I've got a question and so many people are going to the grocery store and getting the essentials that they need, but we're also getting a lot from Amazon this morning. We've seen some stories where there are employees at Amazon. They've had to shut down some warehouses because employees have been infected. How should we be receiving our mail? That's coming everyday or these packages. Should we not bring them in our house? What's a way to make sure that we're not introducing CORONA VIRUS BY GETTING? These packages brought into our homes. There're some experiments where they've shown at the virus can live on surfaces for several hours to several days, but you have to understand those experiments using high concentration, not real life situations. What I folks actually not just what I with what I do because we're still ordering from Amazon. If you get a package, don't pull it in right away. Let it sit outside for a bit. or spray it down with life, saw or or wipe it down before you. You open it up and then open up the box and just dump everything out onto onto the floor. Because whatever's in the boxers probably been there long enough that the virus would have died and then get rid of boxing. Wash your hands and do when you're going to the grocery store. If white hands frequently make sure you weren't touching something that someone just touched a few minutes or hours ago, and then putting it on your face, touching your body. Yeah. Just keep your fingers off. Your face is really the headline. Like, don't touch your face holds. Question for Dr Adam. Keep your hands to yourself and wash up. I mean it's. It's very simple, right? Mom Mom was in the early doctor. Okay so. We've seen a lot of grocery stores and other places. They're running out of hand, sanitizers and bleach wipes and stuff like that is. Are there alternatives that you know of that could actually work like I found a bunch of hydrogen peroxide yesterday. Does that stuff work as far as cleaning surfaces and keeping the germs away? If you go to Corona Virus Dot Gov, or CDC DOT Gov there are different links to two ways that you can make up cleaning solutions with peroxide with alcohol or bleach that you may have around your house, but here's the thing we just talked about it. Everyone's going crazy over hand sanitizer. You know what's better than him. Sanitizer, good old fashioned soap and water, so just wash your hands frequently washed them after you touch something else that someone else may have touched and save the hand sanitizer for emergency situations, or when you don't have option, don't use up the hand. sanitizer otherwise could be washing your hands with soap and water. which better anyway? Are you a surgeon general Dr. Jerome is here and Danielle in her basement in New Jersey. In her has a question. Go ahead Daniel I so we're saying he keep our hands off our faces. Now I see that like it's more older people less children getting this. The children are the ones that I feel like never take their hands off their faces. They always have their hands on their faces. Because you can't tell them not to do what they don't listen, so how come more them aren't getting? Well! Here's the thing There's something about corona virus. such that people who have medical conditions or people who are older or more likely to. Come! From It, it's not to say that young people aren't getting it and can't carry it around to other people and that's what's important to remember. We know that older people are the ones who are getting hospitalized and dying disproportionately, though we're hearing more and more about young people getting it and being hospitalized, but young people are the spreaders, and so we don't want you. Bring up the GRANDMA GRANDPA and it's just like every flu. Even we tell you look if you. You gotTa snotty nose and a cough. Then you can't go to the nursing home. Grandma because you may take her flu. It's the same thing for Rona virus, and so we need to make sure we're washing up our little ones as much as possible. We're keeping them out of public as much as possible, but we're certainly not bringing them around older people or people who have chronic medical conditions, because they spread the corona virus to them and caused them to die. By the way we have one more minute left. was Dr Adams. I know you came into this week with the headline that this could be our darkest week yet. The most maybe the most challenging week in assuming next week will be very challenging as well. Is there any way to put a time based on this, or is it something that's this pandemic is going to is has a mind of its own, and we just gotTa. Sit Back and watch ago. Well we don't have to sit back and watch it. Go the thing we have best case scenario, which is South Korea China once they really started to be aggressive about social distancing about staying home. It was about six to eight weeks. When they saw their curve, hit their peak and come back down so about a month or two months Italy didn't do that and we're seeing that their cases. There's still going up, so we have a choice. We Wanna be like Italy and have this thing. Spiral out of control or do. We want to be like South Korea. And China and I'm confident that people are doing the right thing you see in New York City. City the yesterday said their case. They're starting to level off. Hopefully. We continue to see that trend, but we know these measures work, and it's really going to depend not on the federal government, not on me, your doctor you, but on every single person in the community including all of your listeners, saying hey, I'm going to do the right thing. At least for the next couple of weeks I'm to stay at home and. Actually my hands, we can get through to the other side more quickly and with the stupid people being hospitalized and dying as possible. It's up to you, so please go to corona virus a check out our fifteen days. Stop the spread of find out what the measures that you can take and realize it's up to you to determine how long if less. While stay at home and wash your hands pretty easy to remember. Thank you so much for your time today. US Surgeon General Dr Germ Adams. What an honor to have you and we can't wait to see you on that stage today. Thank you so much for representing and then calling in today and invite me back anytime. I love talking to you all. We can talk about Disney. Plus all you want. Don't forget. You can still go out and give blood in your community. Just make an appointment I. All right, thank you. Dr Adams have a great day. All right take care there you go. Wow, you. Can you imagine that was amazing? That was amazing. It's so nice, my Gosh, we want him to be mean. Yell at people and be like stay, Calm Jackass. SMARTER THAN ALL OF US combined and I. Think what's happening here. You may not even hear it when someone says stay home. You may not here anymore when they say. Keep your hands off your face and you may not hear it anymore when they say, wash your hands over and over and over. That's the problem. People are ready to move onto the next because we are so of the moment. We, we, we forget. We gotta get back to the basics. The basics are wash your hands. Stay at home. Stay away from people and be smart and that was it that was. In the morning show. On the way to work. Wake up every morning. Waiting. Text Oh said fifty, five, one hundred standard data. Rates may apply. It's always rain in the morning show. Oh my gosh people listening to us in Chicago today. Thank you Chicago land. Thanks for listening. All the plumbers. HVAC experts electricians. If you were going to childcare, thank you so much. Everyone working in the warehouse. Yes, thank you to construction workers keeping building so many people doing their thing today of course going on and off shift in the hospitals, not only the people that are working in the emergency room and in an all the. All the rooms with all the patients you also have the clerical people in the background keeping everything going. Thank you so much for what you're doing today. I don't know about you, but I broke all records in my eating yesterday. Congratulations to me. Oh my God. What did I eat man? It was just a crazy day. Was System. I was eating while I was full, so I knew there was definitely triggered response to something going on. Any. Yesterday I saw little mean that said I. Don't know who needs to see this, but you. Just eight and I felt attacked. Yeah So here we are thanks for listening to us. Scary and Scotty be in straight are in master control in New, York City, which is as they say the epicenter. Also in her basement is Danielle in her living room as Gandhi and in his guest bedroom, his foggy, and I'm in my kitchen, Hey! Oz it as I'm working in the fattening studio. So, what are you GONNA do? Anyone who's listening? We appreciate it. I know that you have lots to do lots to get done and gosh. I'm so glad that you're there. Because otherwise we'd have nothing nothing to. Focus on. So I. Say thank you. Thank you for being there. And of course as we work at home, and maybe if you work at home and you work on your computer, you know that there are times of day when your bandwidth is not quite as wide as it used to be. Because more and more people are on so Dania. Let me ask you. Are Your kids online with school right now? Now not yet why because Daniels voice is getting into that like garbled EP. Now not yet. Your husband's on some porn site upstairs, is he? Check and see what. We. Need a little break, guys. I know. Here's what you can do. If you go up there and take care of business, he'll turn it off and you'll sound good again so just thinking about it on. He's on Home Rub. They've changed changing into porn hub. From. Home Rub they did or is it a joke? It's been going around. It's going around. Gary. Stuff going around your ski. Here's what he sees a mean that news source. Thank you to all the state agencies and government agencies that are working to keep us rolling reassured. Who Love you? I don't know what to say, so. Yeah, yes, Daniel, oh. Can we give a shout out to Suzanne Fontana? She actually hit me up yesterday on instagram. She is a part of this called the mask makers. They're actually a huge quilting community in the US. She lives in Hillsdale Newton Hillsdale. New Jersey and they make masks for the coronavirus, and they give them out to people and I had no idea what there was this huge quilting community that does this, but it's pretty cool, and they're helping out in the crisis so huge. Shout to them. Maybe quilting. Maybe that's my new my new hobby quilting. Yeah yes. I was hoping to plant some herbs in pots yesterday, but I don't have any herbs nor do I have pots, so I can't do that. there. Is that case we have producers Sam on hold I'm sorry. You don't have any pot. What happened now I? Don't have pots not got plenty of Oh. I've got plenty of pot. We're find there. Thank you foggy for check. Is Sure. Sam Producer same. You what's going on why you obscurely? We're doing the field goods. Air. All right. So Brody be the story, and I absolutely love it. There's a youtube comedies do owe their name is Justin Stewart. Sites, and before this pandemic, they want out an entire store toilet paper. You guys literally spent five thousand dollars on toilet people several months ago. Hassle out of it, okay, it was very cool. Well here we are today and the toilet paper has become a lot more important to us and knowing that some families. Voice decided that the best thing to do is to give it away. So, they filled up a truck and they traveled to senior living locations, and just started handing out the people who work there and then they went to parking. Lots of grocery stores started handing even more toilet paper rolls out and you guys. The reaction they got had be crying like people were getting emotional. Over toilet paper, and it's such a beautiful video at. Me Tell you it's the cutest thing I've ever seen. That has to do with a bathroom. I'll tell you that much, but it's so sweet. I'm going to tweet it out. You're definitely going to want to see it because it's not about the toilet paper. It's about how touched people were by strangers, lending them a helping hand type of. Well, thank you Sam that it is great. And sometimes when you nick toilet paper, a helping hand will have to. Do you know what I'm saying? Now. Oh I'm sorry. I don't mean crap all over your incredible field goods I thought that was great. Thank you so. Reflection I'm glad you're here every day to give us some great stories, I hope you have a safety and we'll talk to you later, okay? Miss you guys. Miss you to go exercise with with your boyfriend. Screw you. GotTa. Take a break. We'll be back right after this. Oh my gosh. During. Hiring is challenging, but there's one place you can go where hiring is actually simple and smart. That is ziprecruiter. We're growing. Businesses connect to qualified candidates. Try It for free at ZIPRECRUITER DOT com slash Elvis ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire. Mr. Morning, show Hey so I received a message from one of our listeners Paul Gromski. He's like hey. They're doing this thing over in the UK for their caregivers for their everyone in the healthcare world every night at eight o'clock they go outside, and they just start applauding. Start Clapping. Clap for our carers is what they're calling it right? Why are we not doing that here? We gotta get that, Organiz, let's get going. Let me play this. Let me play it for you. Did I see what go ahead in you? The Video Priyanka? Chopra just standing on her balcony, clapping for no one, but it's awesome. Actually, capping for someone, but it looks like she's not clapping for anyone, but she is for someone. So in theory, if you live in a city in you, go out and start clapping. You'll hear other people in your neighborhood and. If you're in royalty and you're at. The Palace. Thing is. She actually recorded it and played it back, so that was her doing. This is the sound. Let me play this to my phone. This is the sound coming from the UK. Clap for our carers national applause for Corona virus health workers people across the UK have taken part in a national applause of thanks for health workers helping in the fight against corona virus. They're asking everyone who stayed at home at eight o'clock at night. Go outside and just start clapping, and if you do a search on Google for clap for our carers C. A. R. E. R. S. you'll see the video, but here's what it sounds like. It's pretty crazy. Eight o'clock in the city. Different scenes. All across the UK people were applauding healthcare workers helping in the fight against Girona virus. Kid Hidden cowbells. The London I'm the Big Ben were lit up to show things in the city of London. Little kids get involved more cowbells. Cowbell. To people. Four people. So. It doesn't matter if you live in a neighborhood of thousands of people. Just outside by yourself. Go out tonight o'clock at eight o'clock. What am I saying? Go out tonight at eight o'clock. Virus Healthworkers The whole city listen to this. That's in Manchester. THREE LITTLE KIDS! Over Princess Charlotte and Prince George in Lewis. Talk to the nurses, the GP's and the carries enough light against the virus from all of those. Thank me. Well. Several things just happen. there. I got a tear in my eye for two reasons listening to that outpouring of love and generosity and. Also, the fact that I can figure out how to get my phone to place in my board. Thing! So anyway. I'm really on top of it so I know. Our Web Guru is at home listening right Allie. Can you come up with a graphic I can put up on instagram. That reminds people that tonight. We WanNa clap for our carers. In. That's what we need to do. Something an old man losing it. Hello I. Lost it. Yeah. I lost it yesterday and the grocery store. I went yesterday to a market and I had on my mask, and my gloves, and I was walking around, and everyone else was dressed the same way, and I just lost it I started crying and I couldn't believe that this was the state that we were in and I. Know that things will get better and I know that it's just we have to do for now, but it didn't make it any easier at that moment. No, and I just I just I just lost it I was by myself in the store. You know that my family wasn't with me and when I got home I kind of just like okay I. Things are going to get better. And at least everyone was doing what they needed to do. Everyone was wearing their gloves. They were wearing their masks. They were social distancing. They were six feet away from each other on the line, paying and everything, and they were still being courteous. They were still saying. Hey, how you doing hope. You have a good day like people weren't being nasty to each other. You know what I mean so that means. It's like you're. You're walking around on the set of a movie. Because this is the stuff we see in movies. We don't see this in your in your breaking grocery stores Oh by the way. I'm not crying. You're crying. I'm not crying you're crying. I. We still have our caller on hold. Is Christine Still on hold? We're GONNA. Go to her and just a second. WHAT'S UP Ghandi? So. I've been reading a lot about this because I've been feeling really weird feelings that I don't normally feel and a lot of what I've read is that this is all of us dealing with grief, and you might not understand that it's grief, but we are all losing things whether it's time with your family or your ability to go outside. It's happening and this is. is how we're all coping with grief, so keep that in mind. It's going to go up and down just like it does when you cope with the loss of any sort and people might not be processing it as grief, but that's what we're going. We're all doing it together so I. Don't think you're crazy at all when you just cry I, think we're all doing. I don't find that crazy at all I'd find it. I think not crying is the crazy one. In by the way we just heard the people from the UK out there beating the hell out of their cowbells, someone to send a text there on Amazon right now, ordering cowbells all know original cowbell. Delivered early. That's an essential. Essential I want everyone. This is going to be are funny. Thing we're. Let's let's buy out every frigging cowbell on. Amazon right now. Oh my Gosh, Alabel? What's going on? Straight nate you. Go to Christina, twenty, four steen Oh Christina's calling from south. Dakota and you work in hospital admissions? Wow, thank you for listening. Can you tell us how you're doing their? Things are just kind of starting to affect us here, so just kind of. Something different, taking new precautions and. Yeah I don't know it's getting really stressful. Right, what is your? By the way, even though there's an explanation for it probably South Dakota I. Believe is still checking in as the state with the fewest cases of Corona virus. Now that could be because it is the state with the fewest cases, or it could be because not as many people have been tested, so they're not on record. Would you have an opinion on that? Or what do you think Christine It's very hard to get a test. You have to be considered high priority. They turn a lot of people away so honestly I. Don't think the numbers are correct for people that are affected. Right. Hey. What about you? Though? How are you feeling going into work everyday? Knowing that you're actually you're. You're walking into the fire while the rest of us are running away from it essentially. How does how does that play with your emotions? And how do you stay grounded insane and connected with the life you live? I don't know what just kind of doing everyday roll with the punches things change. Constantly every few minutes, new procedures, new policies and I don't drink in the evening. Keep Me Sane. Today is international whiskey day so feel free to turn it Brown. Look Christine. We just wanted to check in. Thank you for listening to his. Thank you for working there. At the Your frontlines in the admissions department at your hospital there in South Dakota and I hope you have a very safe day and please all the love. You can give to your co-workers from us. They may not even know who you are, but just do it anyway. I'll do that. Wonderful Day to? Thank you take care. All right, just added three cowbells to my Amazon Cart. Okay, but there was something already in there. Let's see what what I ordered before now. Get in. Actually placing your order. Okay, yeah. We're in three black cowbells with mallets Nice. Leading? Nine cowbells excessive. Let's get him to the three things we need to know and don't forget. Start talking to your friends now in your family about tonight at eight o'clock no matter what time zone you're in you, go out in your clap for your carers, and that's tonight at eight o'clock. If you have a cow or something, you can beat. That makes noise. D-. It's like. Okay. What's in pans outside some pans make a lot of noise if you have kids that. You have a Cowbell we have a Cowbell in the studio. Gary Ring the Celtics. We need a little bit more. I have do it scary. The fourth these. Celts his. Go, let's hear. Both of The cow is still connected to it. Hello. I love that, so it's clap for your cares. And cowbell for your cares tonight at eight o'clock wherever you are now the three things you need to know or no, no horns horn for your caregivers, right? Thanks! Gary put the box away. Step away from the box of sound effects. He's lost his mind all right now. The three scary the three things know. What's going on? We've lost our minds. Well, we've all been thinking about this and talking about the mental health and wellness of everybody during this time in our governor, Andrew Cuomo announced the creation of a new free mental health hotline. Some experts are already worrying about the spike in addiction as people stay home and stress and don't know how to deal with it, so this hotline is now live. It is active. It is staffed by six thousand mental health. Health professionals all doing this as volunteer worth, so if you feel like you need to talk to somebody, it's available to anybody who needs it. The number is eight, four, four, eight, six, three, nine, three, one, four and I will make sure that we get that posted as well. ESPN now trying to figure out what to do with all the airtime because there is no real live sporting going on right now so. So starting today, they say they're going to start airing Disney movies on Friday night again. All sports are pretty much postponed and keep in mind that Disney movies are not just the cartoons that we all love. They have lots of sports movies like the mighty ducks. Airbud invincible cool runnings, so I might be tuning in to espn Friday nights now a little more and finally. McDonald's is doing their part by cutting all. All Day breakfast. They say that they need to have their workers stay home as much as they can. They're cutting their staff a little bit, and this is going to simplify the operations. The president of McDonald's said. Don't worry. It will be back. We just don't know when we're trying to do the best. We can to do our part and keep people home when they can, and those are your three things. Excellent excellent I just went to order my cowbell and prime delivery, but not until April eighteenth only. I need emergency, cowbell or it will be. Happening with that the other day. I ordered some dude wipes in the only like toilet. Wet Wipes I could find your dude wipes. Why Time? And initially it said that the delivery date was April third, but then I got an update, and they'll be here on Saturday, so they are updating some of the things they tell you April whatever and they are updating as they have room to deliver oldest clap for our dude wipes. Crap. Crap Dude like we gotta take a break. Your thousand free money phone tap coming up right after the. 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Scary David Brody the dean of discipline. Here we go elites. Elvis Duran phone tap. To here's your phone tap. The letter, says dear. Elvis durant I go away to school and Lynn Dorm. and My mother is nuts and always annoying me about how important school isn't how? I shouldn't do anything to screw things up. so much, call her pretending that they're the dean from the school in rat me out for some violations. My Mom will scream. Go into hysterics. What a perfect phone! TAP this come to us from Katie, all right Katie is now going to have her mom. Dave Rhody be calling mom as the school's dean of discipline. Katie's in his office. They're all GONNA phone. Tap Mom Right now. Hello I need to speak with Delors Moon please. David Palmer I'm the dean of discipline. Have you daughter here in my office? What. What did she do? We have her for four violations of school policy. And she faces suspension. Terrible, please apparently your daughter was caught having sex at one of the basketball players. Oh please. Okay all right. I calm down. All Right? Okay! We've found a substantial amount of marijuana. You, kidding, your daughter was drinking and she was I've never seen smoke I, mean I've seen? Her all have friends like have a glass of wine right I mean and stuff like that I'm sure we'll get straight, not my. Dean of discipline here. My kids don't drink. Nineteen. I know she should not be smelted smoking pot. Never control the juries. Don't understand. No, she's now place on. Say that she's not that life that Oh, please. Look I'M GONNA. Put you on the phone with her. I'll be right back. Hold on, take the phone Katie Talk to you mother here. What did you blind? You addicts proportion. What's wrong with? Your whole career Yo. Got You covered top one forgive. He wants to know what kind of I raised. As a good daughter like I'm just have a lot of stress. Delivery Anything and everything. Why do you do that? What were you doing? Having sex unspoken pop? Let me, talk to you. Give me the phone. Hello, yeah, do you have other children I have three sons, and she's my only daughter. So, what did you just ignore her? When she was growing up Yuck? This is a religious university I. Totally Listen. I totally agree that she shouldn't be. Drinking. Is Rashid her boyfriend? No, I don't know who a believer. She doesn't have a boyfriend up there. Okay well, talk to your daughter. She'll explain it. Mom I'm friends with them. Tell the truth. Ontai the Tros Hey. Why don't talk fresh to end the adult? Sitting here looking at me like I'm a pizza trash well. Maybe you're acting like a pizza. Trash rated old dude. He was like yelling at me and he told me sits in his. Body hair on I probably. Would you? Would you? Please Katie. Together. The school know. That bad. Janey tell you mother about the videotape. Video. The bathroom security camera caught everything teller rank. Check him out. Hey I am the dean of discipline. You don't talk to me that way. I want. I hold on one second. Let me let me talk to again. Let me see if I could work this out. Okay you mother on hold. Please just felt what get kicked out of school this break. My mother taught anything on. Give be some weed. If you want I got a good. You will get me marijuana if I don't suspend you. You you have a supply here on campus. I know some people all right, so you'll get me. No. No, no I will kill where I will kill her. She's when we get back on the phone I will just tell them. We worked it out as a fair. Yes, that's fine, but I'm GONNA. Want you to supply now for the rest of the time you're here. Keeping School! Like. That didn't happen. MOM Apple. Break your legs if I he's he's like that again. Okay about these people mind what is wrong with you can come home and get away from the he's. What is? Like a different person you're not like. My daughter is such a good kid. Usually what is wrong deal? What are you doing? She's phone tapping your. I will. Anything. You'd like to say to your daughter. Katie he took ten years of my life, I mean. Recorded with permission granted by. Elvis Duran. Duran and the morning show. There you go. They rony pissing people off as the dean of discipline. Only he could be discipline a hey, let's go talk to bobby. She's On Line five scary. Hey Bobby! There more than here. You are Bob a? Day. So I hear rumor that both not one, but both of your daughters have been laid off this past week. Is that true? They have been unfortunately. They're doing. Good good spear speaking good spirits. Good spirits in about ten minutes. You know that's I've worked at a distillery. Maybe you're drinking what we make. A really Oma Gosh. It's nice to get to the employee discount sure. Bobby look you sound awesome. It sounds like you're full of Warrenton, love today, and would you please give our best to your daughters and we are? We're GONNA. Send you a thousand dollars in a cash gift card. You want two thousand dollars worth of free money phone tap. Girls. Oh good excellent. That's so cool. I like that bobbies like typically I would keep it for myself, but you know what they were laid off. I'll share all right now. My my has been very good to make sure. We have jobs and regular paychecks, so I'm I'm solid my kids. They need the help. All good. You're a great mom bobby. Knowing that you're listening to us so it it does today feel like a Friday? Feel like a weekend. Or is it just feel like another day? It feels like a Friday. I'm happy. It's a good day good. That yeah, it's good. Go, hang out with Bobby Bobby. Bobby. Thank you for listening and thanks to our friends at Delong. Thousand Dollars on the way and give our love to your daughters and your entire family and everyone at work. You know what if you'RE GONNA distillery? I'm sure businesses good with with drunk like us out here. Yeah, exactly. True. I mean our our Deem it an essential business. Yeah, I, think most smart states are deeming it essential. Hold on a second bobby and thank you have a great weekend Let's get into the Daniel reporting. Thank you to delong by the way we have own. We're done with free money phone taps the week. It makes me sad. We appreciate you delong. Order something fun. Go to delong, delong us. Doggy dot us into them because they support us all the time. All right, Danielle. That's all you. What's going on all right, so we're all passing our time watching the tiger king, we can all admit it. We know we do it. so there is a live action mini series in the works and it looks like Carol. Baskin you know hello. Uku Cats and giddens leaked. McKinnon came McKinnon from. SNL will be playing her so. We need we need tiger king musical on Broadway. Brilliant. Talk Radio. I John Finley now you know him. He was the husband. will one of the husbands of the tiger thing Joe Exotic? He's the guy with no teeth and no shirt right so apparently he got teeth near the end of the filming but Netflix never showed it, so he got pissed off because he says. I did get my teeth fixed, and he's he swears wasn't meth mouth because a Lotta, times when you smoke math. That's what happens to your teeth. He said that he hasn't done drugs in six years. He said it was genetic reasons. He also said the reason. His shirt was all when he did the interviews. Because I know, we questioned it I. Did he said the producers suggested that he not wear a shirt, and he just kind of went with it and I think you're. Right. Newsletter. What's the to meth mouth name? Because I want to go see him with teeth. John Finley TMZ teams has the story so? Celebrities you know celebrities have been doing a lot of cooking online. I've been watching a lot of baking. Being done getting a lot of ideas, we'll Christie. teagan made a tuna casserole with jalapeno chips, and Cheddar, on top of it, and so some Internet people Internet trolls were saying that it looked gross in my opinion, I would need it, but I probably wouldn't take to instagram to say that so. You know how she is. She goes right back after she goes well. Good thing, it's not for you then. Mind business. I love her. She's just two. More celebrities, opening their wallets for everything, coronavirus, former President Bill Clinton and Hillary sending pizzas for the frontline healthcare workers in their community Ralph Lauren, donating a millions of dollars drew brees, giving millions of dollars We've got arianna `Grande helping struggling fans, she's actually ven mowing cash. She's been mowing them like I guess they're reaching out. Dr I. Don't Know How she's picking well. She sending money to, but she sending money, Taylor Swift, sending more money to her fans Bruno. Mars doing something pretty cool for the Park Mgm Theater. Of People that work there the employees because he you know was a resident there. He's doing his show there, so he spent like one billion dollars to help the people out that warfare. The employees that work there If you want some new music today, you've got five seconds of summer. Calm is out duleep future nostalgia. That's some new music. You cannot get today. you know what we haven't mentioned? It but Ozar comes out today. I think it's out right now, isn't it? Midnight. So, are we here when we're GONNA be watching. I gotta go. Take it all. The IHEART living room. Concert Sundays concert, it's called the IHEART living room for America right. Elton John is going to be your host Alicia keys then it's a lot to say by the way it's a very long title. It's Fox presents the IHEART living room concert for America. It's this Sunday night at nine east coast. Time on Fox and you can hear my heart station. I am so excited to sit down on my couch and watch this I cannot wait. They're all going to be doing it from their their phones, and it's just going to be so exciting. The walking dead's also on the real housewives of Atlanta. You also have ninety day fiance before the ninety days. That show is all. My Gosh. Special is so ridiculous. That as well. Yes, there's a lot on television this weekend. TV. It's so good also. Contract last night. Verizon on twitter did their concert with Dave Matthews Band, we had a lot of friends who watch that. They said it was in pretty incredible show and they're going to do in my life. Right, my sister and her boyfriend were watching it. My boyfriend was watching it my friend in California. They're all watching this thing at the same time. I was like Oh. Hey, guys, thanks for listening I every Thursday night at Verizon on twitter every Thursday night. They're doing these concerts, but make sure you watch the Fox presents. You get the name right, IHEART living room concert for America. It's this Sunday night hosted by Sir Elton John With Alicia keys and billy backstreet boys. Tim Billie Joe Armstrong Mariah Carey many more to be added. That's this Sunday night. We gotta take a break. We'll be back right after this. Site was. Katy, Perry Shawn Mendez Elvis Duran Elvis Duran and the morning show. During tax season, your personal info like your name and social security number could be shared more than usual. Get Norton, three sixty with lifelock to help protect your devices and restore your identity. Save Up to twenty five percent off your first year at Norton Dot com slash Elvis. Activated. Synchronizing. Young. Many really bad days where I've woken up in the morning. Turn on the radio and they've turned completely around. Lately has been chopped off. What a great way to start the day now so much no in this conversation. This is Mr Michael Oppenheim. If you give me held for eating animal crackers all cut A. Guy He Mighty Shirish china-us Michelle was going on. Never felt more perfect. More well rounded. Gandhi year. Amazing this great, it's great. To the best call. In the morning show. Wow so much going on. We're about to go around the room. Even though we're in many rooms around our region, of course, Danielle's in her basement in Ghandi's in their living room, and froggies in his guest bedroom and I'm in my kitchen. It master control it out beautiful Tribeca Manhattan, we have Scotty be and scary scary, and of course straight, nate. We're about to talk to John Ankle Johnny by the way I don't know if you saw what I just posted on instagram but I mean. Check out at Elvis instagram for your your suggestion of the day going to the sound from all the citizens in London in the UK clapping for their carers every night at eight o'clock. This into the city. All the healthcare workers. The UK Getting a standing ovation from all the people that love them throughout the country. We want to do that tonight at eight o'clock to Hashtag it clap for our carers, C. A., R. E.. R. S. when you go out there. Make sure you HASHTAG. Clap for our carers and put it up on your social I'd love to why I'm going to sit there tonight. Drink my whiskey on national whiskey day in Watch. You clap for your errors. This amazing thing that's going on also a couple of the things are the Eric who works for Fedex. I do believe. He says that when he's going to deliver packages, people are opening their doors and approaching him to grab the packages out of his hand. Don't do that. Eric says I worked for Amazon by the way in Virginia. Can you say something about customer staying in their homes while we're delivering for everyone safely. He says two more people. Into the past couple of hours have opened their doors, trying to take two packages out of my hands. This is getting dangerous and so gone to point to add to that as well. Yeah if you're getting any type of food delivery from the Food APPS or a pizza person, same thing a lot of these APPs have defaulted now to just having. The driver leaves the food outside your door, but I've been trying to do the same thing. They'll knock I. Watch them leaving on the ground, and then I pick it up when they're gone. They're out there on the front lines. Just a screaming. I mean they'll here you have? A question on text messages. Is Producers Sam? Okay haven't heard from her. Yes, she is, but she is at home. She's in quarantine I like the rest of us. You guys keep you going in the morning. Thank you so much for that text. Can I get some prayers for my three month old? Who's been in the hospital since March? Fourth, not corona virus, but they can't seem to win him off. Oxygen prayers out to everyone. Everyone. Who's going through something right now? You know. I have a brain MRI today. I'm so scared we're with you. At least you have a brain. There are some people that we hear from every day. The don't. and. You're going to be here. Yes so people. You're listening to right now. This relief and I had brain surgery when I went in, and they said Hey, we found to operate on him like yes, I've been told my whole life I'm on. This reminder, go out tonight to applaud your healthcare workers. You don't need a cow biologist. Get a pot out of the kitchen and banging the hell out of it with a spoon or blast your car horns tonight at eight o'clock no matter what time zone you're in Let's see I. had one more I wanted to read. I'll get to in a minute. Thank you for texting. As we're going through them. As best we can. At fifty one hundred online twenty-three is emily. Who will will be standing up and clapping for tonight at eight o'clock Emily is a nurse that wants to check in from the Cleveland Clinic. What an incredible organization you work for Emily I mean. It's the Rolls Royce of. Guys Research Hospitals. How're you doing? How're you holding up? What do we need to know that you see? That will make us appreciate you and your coworkers even more today. Sure Hey I just want to thank you. Guys the reason why we come to work every day, and why we have the strength to do what we're doing is because of you guys now. It's not hard at it. We know it is actually. You know our job, so it's not hard to do, but it's very stressful and a scary time We have the strength to do everything because of everybody's support, so if you guys could just keep supporting us, keep shouting us out. We love it. Oh but. You know, please stay inside. Okay. We're coming out here. We're doing our job. So the guys who just please do your job by just staying home and just staying healthy You know and just keep us in mind. We're working hard. You're always in our mind, emily, emily is right now. Representing all of the millions of healthcare workers that did not only people working in the emergency rooms, and of course in the clinics, but also behind the scenes to keep them working I mean it's a it's a domino effect of one falls they all fall in emily. Thanks to our friends at Delong. You're a hero today. We're GONNA. Send you an all in one espresso coffee maker to keep you'll. Love that. My Gosh I'm GonNa tell you might unit. My unit is never been. It's smiling at me. Friends at Delong who are appreciating the heroes like you, emily, thank you much. Please hold and stay safe today. Okay, thank you so much. You guys so much. She about keeping it for herself. She said the unit is GonNa love this sweet. Speaking of me I add to that. I don't want you walking over to the hospital and just appearing going. Hey, guys. How's it going the last thing I want you to do? But if you know someone who works in the healthcare world, and they are in there at one hundred miles an hour every day without having time to stop or pull money out of their pockets to pay for lunch, being delivered. Different organizations are ordering from different places to have food delivered, and if you can find a way through through a connection, you have already working there. Don't approach them. Ask a friend who works in the hospital or in the clinic? Hey, is there any way I can donate money or call ahead and use my credit card to buy lunch or some meals for people? Let them help you organize it. Don't surprise them with it because they know what they need and what they can't need us and whatever? But. They need their lunch and dinners and breakfasts paid for, but like I said don't send a platter Bagels. BAGELS and Schmear. Of Weird. Don't just show up context of when you know. That's already working in their phone them or text them and ask them how you can help out at the garage is is he on hold? You know who I'm talking about. Twenty four, twenty, four scary. Do you have the same song for the one and only uncle Johnny. Over these these ring to? Uncle Johnny Good Morning. I wait A. while. The uncle Johnny he and I being the seniors on the show. We're the only two people that still have a wired phone and it sounds really good. You sound awesome. I haven't done speaker. Well know you don't have to do that, but you pick it up. It'll be the sound even better if you hold it. All right. Here we got. He's got to hold on. I was listening to I at eight o'clock I. What do I do I? Run to my back. It I. Yell Are Tampons. Well. No one knows what you're talking about right now, but. Are you drinking this early. No tonight Johnny US tonight at eight. o'clock you go out on your balcony. Applaud the healthcare professionals out there that are sacrificing so much to keep us alive and healthy. You don't have to scream tampons. Last time you had Alao tampons. Uncle are on the speakerphone. Can you pick that up? Out speakerphone off all right. How's that? I write it also it's. With the answering machine with the cassette taped. Johnny, you sound the same. He didn't take it off speaker, did you? Yes I did mop speaking now. Okay all right so did you have any questions? Thank to you. Talk about whisky. And I went to a bar about a month ago and they had I tried a new whiskey which I'm GonNa get for us, and it's called peanut butter whiskey at. All. That sounds awful peanut butter. Uncle Johnny. What's it called? Not Liquor, yes. Over just. He's still do. So. All right so when we're back to drinking together, I will get together and we'll do a little nut liquor. Okay. So Johnny. In the I like how most commercials always begin this way in these uncertain times. Have you heard that? Yes. In these uncertain times we could use some knock. Knock jokes from Uncle Johnny. What do you have for a single johnny? Well all right I got a couple here. They make you happy. Okay, correct you're. Not. Who? Irish! Irish is. I wish my pain is still worked. It's been. It's been a long time, and it's like okay. You don't explain it. We gotta keep going. Not Not now, wait a minute man. On. The I joke was not knock. WHO's there. Irish Irish, you. You're supposed to say I. Rish my peanuts to look I wish rich, you said. Okay when the end of it, I wish. Okay, here we go. What's your next here again? Let's keep moving. All right, let's keep it moving here. Knock knock, who's? That's from all over the United States all this. Ben Start over done it, Johnny. You gotTA start off. You gotTA. Keep moving. Start over here. Who's there there Ben Hur? Ben. New Ben her the kitchen counter. Night not. WHO's? Juicy. Juicy. You see how many snacks scary eight this morning. I. Co- CAN. To can. Go couldn't do me, but I'll need a few drinks if your other friends want me. Then! The day your final lap knock knock. WHO's there? Wany. We need. We need to stay home as much as possible. Stay shape. We love you. Oh. Tell you. Days were better than usual. Johnny. So. What are you now? Is Richard Bell going to visit you today? Are you guys like bathing before you hang out with each other? Yes, well. He visited me yesterday. He comes every couple of days, but he washes before he leaves gets in a cab. At Washington's when he gets here and then gets in a cab, goes home and watches when he goes into the House of course now. What did you guys do last night? You and Richard Bell? I we I just made Dinner we had I had made steak with satay onions on top, a little, big, sweet potato, and some vegetables, which were very good spinach spinach audio with little slice, peppers, and onions, oil very nice, and your Italian is right on. Hey, so So, how did you alter your mind last night? What did you do? I smoked giant and had a cocktail. Okay. We love you. You're doing great. We love you johnny we're GonNa. Call you later in check on you and don't forget a special Uncle Johnny. requests for you You can find it on my instagram at Elvis Duran right now only we love you. We gotta run. Okay, we'll call you right I, love you. Guys have a great day, everybody, stay home and stay safe bumpy. Okay, go go have lunch lunchtime quarantine e on behalf of US talk. Let's get into the three things we need to know. Know Gandhi. What's going on? Hello all right? The UK Prime Boris Johnson has tested positive for covid nineteen. He says he developed mild symptoms. Now he self isolating, but he will continue to lead the government's response. Be a video conference, and sadly the US is now the hardest hit country in the world with cases topping eighty, five thousand. The global count has passed half a million and expert or Half a million and experts are still saying right now the best thing that we can do. Do is social distance. Social distancing is the Q. is the social distancing cues are the key to flattening this curve, so we need to stay away from each other as much as we possibly can. And we talked about this earlier. We got a lot of response about it. We all know that mental health and wellness is a big thing right now. During this time staying home ill in a little bit differently, so our governor Andrew Cuomo announced the creation of new free mental health hotline some. Some experts are also worried that not only are you just gonna get sad, but that addiction could actually increase people stay home and stress out so this hotline is live active. It staffed by about sixty seven hundred mental health professionals all volunteering and it is available to anybody who needs it. The numbers, eight, four, four, eight, six, three, nine, three, one four, and we have posted that on all of our social media platforms. If you need it, instagram, twitter facebook Elvis Duran shows where it is. Mental, health. I'm sorry. My God you have three. I counted out. I counted three. I misheard in other news story in my head. Go ahead. Sorry! I'm kind of rolled into one so I understand how that could have been confusing might not make much of a difference right now, because a lot of people are not traveling but American. Airlines says that they are getting rid of that dreaded middle seat because they want people to stay as far apart on planes as they possibly can, so they're going to block off the middle seats to create that space, so if you are flying and you're using American Airlines. There will be no middle seat for you and those are your three things. There you go. Thank you gone and speaking of mental health. Thank you for bringing that story up again. Check our socials to non to learn more about that to all the social workers who still have funding who are out there on the front lines and Ryan into the fire. We appreciate you and what you're doing and I got a text from area code six, zero nine. Some listening to you, guys. You're the last thing I'm going to hear before I. Walk into that hospital for another shift. So, just keep in mind when it gets really really rough. It's a hospital today you heard. Uncle Janis knock knock jokes Today hopefully. We gotta take a break. We'll be back right after this. In the morning show. Sponsored by State Farm Talk to an agent today about combining your home and auto insurance at one eight hundred state farm, or by visiting state, Farm Dot Com. Durant in the morning show. Hey a big old, thank you out to our friends at Delong Delong Dot us, and of course EMINEM's many chocolate candies, both of them helped us give away a lot of money to a lot of people who needed money this week. Is there a problem scaring? The Long Dot com they updated their website. What happened to the DOT US I was loving I. Thought it was so unique. Dot Us, it'll be there, but delong com now they own that. Oh good all right. well, thank you, Delong, dot, com and EMINEM's mini. Chocolate candies also Liz winstead, who was one of the creators of the daily show by the way. Liz this is great. Liz's tweet was. Eating unrecognizable crumbs out of my cleavage. Is that the phase of quarantine urine as well? As. You got to keep in mind for guys. It's different because we're. We're eating crotch crumbs, so it's It's a different situation. Well. Bowl. It is gross froggy. That's what you would this something froggy have said yes. Gosh also. Let's get into sound with Garrett and then in the sound. You're gonNA hear Dave, Matthews. During the Verizon concert the live concert. They had last night on twitter. You know what they're trying to do and I'm GONNA. Tell you now I'll tell you again. Verizon is reminding us through these concerts that we need to support our local businesses and so I'll tell you how you can participate. And they had a lot of people watching Dave Matthews Band last night, and they will be back doing another concert from someone. Else's living room or balcony next Thursday night on twitter and we'll remind you thank you verizon all right Garret. Let's do it. What kind of sound you have today. Well, let's start with the tonight show last night so Jimmy Fallon, the tonight show from his home, and with that whose families there so his kids are making a little hard for him to film this show every night. This, okay. Okay here we go. Okay? Go. Walk. Upstairs right. was called I knew. Exactly! into this is pretty cool. Thank you. Into my hands. Okay, thank thank you Jimmy for doing your show I love the fact he's doing it. I love these shows shows that were doing from our homes and he's doing from his own I. Think these are great. We're GonNa Miss that studio when day though got to be honest when. All right so Rogan I. Wonder what he's doing and self-isolation, but he also found out. That Alexa can fart and this is what he recorded. Alexa part. Dry here a difficult. Difficult to. Random? Boy I'll. Hold on someone series talking. Alexa. That that's my. When I said. But also my House I. Keep forgetting. Go ahead. What else gearhead? New Music from Hailee Steinfeld. This is I love us. A New Yorker. I love you. Right brand new hailee Steinfeld. There's a lot of music out today. Right, yeah! Including party next door, featuring the one and only on this is believe it. Rena so, what does the first song? She's a cut? And what four years is that right? Twenty seventeen that that is right so hopefully leads to more music. All right Sorry, my dog's squeaky toy now. I'm doing a radio show people are. Keep going. This is like it is. On that again. That is high goes are Larsen and tiger. Okay. I do a leap also has a new album out today. We've been playing a lot of her. And this is one off. The album called cool. She keeps coming amount. Man. Do Alita love her love it. Album the weekend. All right, and then you were just talking about Elvis Dave Matthews, doing the verizon show last night from his home. This is singing from the windows, just a little clip. Strong! Wow sounds so good, right? Yeah Yeah. You know and verizon. They're doing these big artists for small business concerts every Thursday night last night I mean they piled them in. We have a lot of friends that watch that concert last night on twitter. Thank you verizon, so they're doing this thing called pay. It forward lives so every Thursday night inviting all of us to join our favorite. Favorite musicians for a night of it's a singing and benefiting small businesses and celebrities are shot out their favorite small businesses. They're supporting and on top of that variety. Only do they keep my phone on, but they've committed up five up to five million dollars, supporting small businesses and we can all do it to. You may not have five million dollars like verizon. But you do have small businesses in your neighborhood in whatever safeway? You can't support them by buying gift cards. Or ordering takeout, or Vin, mowing trainers and housekeepers that keep you healthy during the healthy parts of our lives. Help them out. Pay It forward. Live every Thursday night. And if you're out there, supporting local business, do take a picture of you. Curbside waiting for your delivery or waiting for the delivery, do come to your house, but don't get near the people delivering them your stuff. Keep them safe, but make sure you posted on your social media with Hashtag. Pay It forward live in. Thank you to verizon for donating that. Five million dollars to support small businesses I think four million of that is because we love rise. For many years. So again. Next week Thursday night at eight o'clock East Coast time. At variety at Verizon on twitter, and thank you so much Garrett. That was a great sound segment and we'll see you Monday morning. Okay, no problem. Good morning, Hutton sorry everybody's checking in now. Because we can. Hey wait before you leave. Do you want to hear what happens when you get? Stir crazy and you want to produce your own radio bit. You guys want to hear this, yeah? This is Garrett. This. Anyone can do this. Just on your on your phone. You can produce this Garrett on the streets of his neighborhood. Here we go. Let's talk. On the streets of Westfield New Jersey checking in with neighbors during this social isolation, my local neighbor Brett Waxman Brit. How're you? Doing well. How are you doing during social isolation? Is there anything that I could get you? Lots of Beer, okay anything you want to tell the public. I gotta go bring I. Hope You're doing well. And then the end of the local checking in with Garrett's neighbors back. Yes there you go. It's either. It's either that or jigsaw puzzle. What are you GonNa? Do all right Garrett. We love your good American. Have a super safely can. We'll talk to you Monday morning Okay Hey. By, the way another album by the way. Okay Bye. Okay? All suite on another album that is out today, which is trending heavy is the new five seconds of summer album called calm, but you know why. They Call Danielle as we get into the Daniel report it kind of makes sense call com right now, 'cause we need com-. Is that what? No well, you know what I'm. That's one also calm. is Callum Ashton, Luke and Michael. Seconds. That's awesome. It's a great album. The Governor of New Jersey Phil. Murphy is on the way in like fifteen minutes, but first the Daniel Report Danielle. What's going on? All right, so we did lose somebody, Fred Curly Neal. The Harlem globetrotter member the guy with the bald head. He's like one of the most famous Harlem Globetrotter. Seventy seven years old on no cause of death revealed yet, but he was with them for twenty two years. He Played Six thousand games in ninety seven countries. How crazy is that and everybody? If you saw this guy, you knew who he was Let's see so con-, YEA HAS A. A fourteen million dollar new property. It's six thousand acres in Wyoming. He bought it last year. I he has big plans for the compound. He has a urine garden. It is a place where yeah human waste into plant food so they're actually doing good staff for the environment. If you think about anyway, they're another human waste I think number two is good for your plants. I didn't know peeing on your plans was good though the urine. Everything works. I'm. GonNa look into. This is the power. Plants around. A frog is long would leave me green point. On my guy! Be. By the way. Megan markle and Prince. Harry had eleven point three instagram followers guess what now they now they have less than Prince William and Kate Middleton they have eleven point four. Maybe it's because they've just you know they're disappearing and they're not going to be royal anymore so now they're getting less instagram. Followers I don't know by the way you You know that Meghan markle already has her first job, right? She's going to be voicing. Documentary called elephants for Disney, so she has her first job, not being royal, and if you're interested in nets, keeping up with tiger king, there will be a live action mini series in the works Kate Mckinnon. We'll be playing your carol. Baskin hail you'll. Off scenic. Talking about. and John Finley who was one of the husbands on Tiger King, the guy with the no teeth no-shirt. Yes, you know who I'm talking about. He did have teeth at the end, but they never showed it. He said he had his teeth fixed, but they never showed it. Also the producers were the ones that said to him listen. It will be much better if you did the interviews without your shirt on. Why he didn't sure that was a good look. Yeah by the way you see his photo with his teeth. He looks nothing like the Guy Without two teeth. Another thing is it's a perfect for net flicks. NETFLIX's viewership is up like one hundred million percent. Is the premier show so therefore that show is the king of the season. We still have two or three minutes left here, so give me one more story. They want to go to the three things. You need to know all right. So what else do I have for you Let's talk about Krissy. Teague and she doesn't really care what you think about. About the food that she's posing because a lot of celebrities doing cooking shows right now to pass the time on their instagram along with other things, she posted this picture of tuna casserole with Jalapeno chips and Cheddar cheese, and some people were exactly, but you say Yuck, but somebody said gross on her Internet feed, and she said good thing it's not for you. Know, you know what? I hate when I post. Food or talk about food and people got so nasty. You know what? That is just feel like. I feel like an. and. Justin, Timberlake and Jessica Biel. They have tied. They've retreated to the mountains. That's what they are with their kids for their social distancing there in the mountains, so don't go looking for Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel. Okay I'll start my search. Let's get into the three things you need to know condie what's going on right now? Well we just talked about this about the UK prime. Minister Boris Johnson did test positive for Covid nineteen? He says he has mild symptoms like a runny nose and coughing. He's going to isolate, but continued to run. The government lead the response. Be a video conference, and now the US is the hardest hit country in the world. We have cases topping eighty, five thousand. The best way that we can combat this is to stay. Home stands out as much. Much as you can keep your distance from people, social distancing is really going to help us flatten this curve. We talked about ESPN, having really not as much to do anymore. Now that all sports have been postponed canceled delayed. Whatever you WANNA, call it so now starting Friday. They'RE GONNA start. Having Disney movies on ESPN, and of course that doesn't mean necessarily Moana or beauty, and the beast, but things like the mighty ducks. Airbud invincible all the good. Good sports movies that Disney put out and we have hit this a couple of times. I think we're going to keep doing it if you're having any issues if you're feeling lonely anxious. Do you think you just need to talk to a mental health professional? Because a lot of people are going through that right now? Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the creation of a new free mental health hotline. The number is eight, four, four, eight, six, three, nine three. Three one four. We posted that on all the Elvis Duran. Show platforms instagram twitter facebook. It is alive. It's ready to go its staff by sixty seven hundred mental health professionals all volunteers, and it's available to anybody who might need it again. It's posted at all of our social is the Elvis Duran show on instagram on twitter and on facebook. If you need it, call the number and those are your three things. Thank you. Danielle Gandhi I'm sorry. I mean it's an honor to be called Danielle actually thinking about your lover. Anyway. Okay, we gotta take a break. the governor of the State of New Jersey coming up to talk to us right after this. Look believe it or not. There are a lot of people still working. 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I'm at my house in one hundred and County Danielle is where you Danielle in Bergen County Yep. And Gandhi is in Jersey City and cities and counties. Frogs Jacksonville so don't worry about him. He's okay. We're all on the Jersey side of the Hudson today. Yeah we are most of us are still at Ground Zero as we call it in the episode. Hey, thank you for your time i. Let me let me read you a few quotes from Governor Murphy. We win wars when we don't panic, but when we get smart, aggressive and proactive, we win. We don't turn on each other, but when we come together and we win when we show courage. We're doing that we will continue to do that. We will win this war as we have won so many before. With that, said Governor, in even though a lot of people listening aren't in the State of New Jersey. What you have to say applies to everyone. Where do you WANNA start? What's your headline today? First of all thank you for having me on on on for more used to be Jenkinson's or someplace fun So. A little bit of a different battle mode that I. Normally end with you guy so I hope those days come sooner the later. Listen I would just you've said it incredibly you quoted me which I'm honored by, but that that's the name of the game, and in this particular war the most important thing folks could do is to stay at home. Just stay at home. Stay away from each other even at home. Only go out when you have to do the basic stuff. Wash your hands with soap and water. Don't touch your face coughing your sleeve. Literally the only way we can break the back of this virus in so-called flatten that curve to allow our healthcare system to be able to deal with it is for us to to stay at home and stay in the so-called social distancing is our one most important weapon we've got. You, know something you may not know. What by the way he was talking about Jenkinson's. We were there with the governor Lizzo. At at the shore of this past summer in. How things have changed since then, and of course you, you're recovering from kidney surgery a few weeks ago, and you're still leading as the governor of the State of New Jersey now. Do people ever look you in the eye governor? Murphy and say Hey, thank you for all you're doing. But how are you doing? I mean. How are you personally? If you WANNA get really personal, feel free how you personally handling for your for yourself. You're great to ask and you guys get the Gold Star because your producer was going out of his way to ask me the same thing and I'm doing fine. A I did have surgery just over three weeks ago. I caught cancer early. Thank God I'm one of I think someone said fifty three thousand people in. New Jersey would hear the word. You have cancer this year. I got an early and I had planned on a gradual resumption of work over a period of weeks so much for that plan that. That went out the window a mall corona all the time right now, but you're great to ask. I'm holding up well, but this is the fight of our lives. I don't WanNa. Understate is just as passionate as I am and just as convinced as I am. About the fact, we're GONNA win. It I'm just as convinced that I wanNA make sure people understand this about the gravity of this. This is a huge. This is the fight of our lives, and we're only GonNa win this if we all do our our part. Governor, when you were elected governor of New Jersey. I'm sure the coronavirus was not even in the top one million things on your list of things. You thought you'd have to get done. But, but you're doing it but I have to wonder though if you have some insight because I follow, you and I really trust what you have to say. Do you have some insight into how to personally through adversity? Handle it for yourself, therefore being able to be strong to handle it for others like what gets you the day when you turn off the governor light for a few minutes. Yeah, I mean your first point is. The is the really the big one for me. There's no playbook you don't go to the shelf and say hey. Let's pull down the coronavirus playbook and see what we did last time the last time we dealt with this Everybody's everybody's dead. No one's alive. No one can remember Listen you have to. You have to pace yourself right, so you've got to be able to. Step back you gotTA. Make sure you get a good night's sleep as best you can I've got a family of four kids. You know we. We try to have dinner a little bit distance from each other around the table more than normal each night. you know we're. We're typically working around the clock, but we gotta take a break, and you gotta make sure again rest. Eat well the basic stuff and I think that goes for everybody. This is tough on folks. Psyche as well you know when social distance you tend to get off by yourself a lot, and that's not who we are as a society, certainly is who we are as a state inside. That's another thing I'd say all this is that everybody may feel it. It's during this that they may be off by themselves. In fact overwhelmingly. We're all in this together. We're all living through this together and that you give comfortable to folks. Governor Phil Murphy from a from the beautiful state of New Jersey where most of us are sitting right now in the sun is out. It looks like it's GonNa be Gorgeous Day. I must I must assume that. When you find your purpose in life in years of course is being serving the public. When you find your purpose in life, it really makes you more effective at that job and ineffective at being a great father and a great citizen, so are encouraging words to our listeners, and you're an example is find your purpose. Stick to it doubled down on the things that make you great at what you do and you you will rise above it all any other thoughts you want to share with us. I mean like. Do you want to yellow for being stupid about some things we're doing? You wanted to congratulate anyone. I, just made I just made myself a massive of. A massive Ham Sandwich from Hamdan at Kings, the Kings Grocery. In are you eating more than usual, or are you gaining weight? Or what are you doing? What's? I, hope I'm not although that that's probably because I just had surgery, but more than by eating habits, but I don't WanNa yell at anybody a couple of weeks ago I will say this anybody who takes advantage of this. There's a special place in hell for that person. So you know the couple of people in our state, the past week of coughed on people, and said hey you the corona virus right now. We will deal with those knuckleheads. Anybody throws a party. You know the there's some stories from Kentucky somebody who's throwing a crone of Party we're. We're GONNA. Break Your party up so so we're. We've got a zero gatherings threshold right now. The good news is couple of weeks ago. I would have been more concerned about that. the compliance of the the extraordinary nine million members of our new. New Jersey family has been overwhelmingly really good but just even the basic day to day stuff. If you're in the supermarket, get in and get out. Stay away from folks. mind your PS and QS is my parents would say wash your hands with soap If you're at the pharmacy, same thing, don't go out just literally. Don't go out unless you have to go out. It's that simple. Stay home. Right Governor Murphy Murphy. Thank you so much for your time. Oh, by the way, why are you on the air with a bunch of knuckleheads? Like as you call us when you could be out there, governing the State of New Jersey? We should let go. I WANNA. Say I WANNA say something to you guys to Elvis and Danielle gun to you. You all are a source of great strength and comfort to folks. The fact that folks can wake up in the morning and hear your voices and hear your spirit is a big deal. I WANNA make sure I. Say that to you. You all are doing far more than your part and thank you for that. I can't wait till we can get together and I'll make you a ham sandwich. It'll be fabulous. I love that so thank you, Governor Phil Murphy have a Beautiful Day in and take care of your family. Take care of yourself. We need you. Thank you so much, governor. Have a great music skiers is. The governor needs to music. That was nice. He's saying. We're GONNA come down you. If you act like a fool right now now is not the time I appreciate. Got Be drilled. We've seen a couple of businesses that are like. Selling things for more than they're worth people trying to take advantage on on their little Amazon stores, or whatever they're selling stuff and I know a lot of are cracking down on that and rightfully so. Well. Did you see that idiot like coughing all over the produce on purpose in that grocery store yesterday? Something in a store. Okay. Looking at I did not go I did not train in the world of mental health as a as a profession, nor did I study it in school, but I must assume that there there is something something wrong with someone like that and I wish they would. They would observe their own actions before they start doing things like that. Daniels description. They're just a Jack Wad. Yes. Not, see. This is why I can't therapist I I don't have I. don't have the patience or the smarts to be in the mental health profession I would look into. Your well I think my diagnosis is you're a Jack Wad? Actually Mental Mentally Healthier just your. Jaguar, Heaven, I. Write down on a piece of paper. Stop Being Jaguar you. Going on in the background here. Mike, what's going on, so the cat climbed up on the keyboard and he's playing the piano. I don't know who. Can we hear it can take your microphone over there. I would love I would live a post concert. Come on. It's not gonNA reach. It's not gonna read. But I'm like the governor's talking and he's over there playing the. Go to Murphy's pretty cool I think he would probably appreciate it. Looks like we have to take a break straight. Nate is breaking out into a sweat. It could be that or the big doughnut. He just ate I duNno. Daniel. Don't be disappointed in me but I did put a Lula mayonnaise on that Ham Sandwich. You go vomit. We'll take a break. We'll be back after this. Awesome been with the. That's why we love you. Rain in the morning show. Morning. You're crazy multi. Show. Hey. Start off by talking to Erica Line Twenty four scary Erica. Doing today just checking in what's going on with you? Morning her milady. Eighty. How are you? Doing I think we're doing well. You know I say we're doing well. I'm speaking for Daniel and Gandhian in everyone i. they seem to be doing well. But what is your current headline? Like? What are you working on right now? Erica? Well. Thanks for having the governor or And you know it really mean it means a lot that what you guys are all doing and you guys are doing amazing every day in all your information and hard work, everything is just wonderful I am so happy I. Get to hear Your Voice -cause every day, and the governor was for a lot of positive emotion and you know. He needs applause just as well to who does to everyone view? I agree with you know even though he's the governor of New Jersey. What state do you live in Erica? The state with. Your back, what state do you live in? INDIANA. Lovely, lovely I'm so glad you're listening, so at your family and friends are doing well I i. hope we are we are. consider essential worker, so I have working every single day. I I'm in the medical field, but not like in the hospital doctors offices, but we I am at work at it. Orthopedic Facility and we make implants for fine neck surgery in school. Else's and all that we have facilities all over the world for my company, but each the different things that we are here to help what can well without doubt what you do. What you're doing is essential, and if ever I get a spine, if ever grow a spine I'll come to you for some spinal. Material. Erica. Erica, thank you so much. Bless you and keep doing your work. Appreciate it. Thank you all so much I appreciate y'all every morning to. All Right Erica, thank you. Hey, AL, let's go around the room. We'll start with you scary. Know you're just chomping at the bit. You've got something you WanNa tell us I can see it in your eyes. What's going on? You know a lot of us are using restaurant takeout delivery? Some of us are donating to some of the funds to keep some of these restaurants alive. But also think about the funds specifically that are earmarked just for the waiters and waitresses and bartenders thinking about that local place, maybe that one place that you go to all the time and support that local bartenders slash waiter waitress relief fund from that place, because I know there's a couple of places that I go to around Jersey. City and hoboken and those are the ones that I'm specifically giving two and a one hundred percent of those monies usually go to the work. Itself supports very true. Those funds those types of funds. And we're on. We're talking about this last night on a group chat with some friends you know when we get out of this tunnel and we're back into the new reality Let's hope and pray that even if some of our favorite servers and bartenders, a managers at our restaurants, some of them the restaurants will disappear. I hope they will emerge at other restaurants. We can go to because other members of our family. You know and support them all you. You can F- You can go in and buy gift cards, or you can do. Take out or whatever you can do safely. Please do and speaking of safety When deliver things to your house. Do not approach them. If anyone's delivering a package or food, let them set it down and walk away. Do not get near them because they're delivering to a lot of different people and everyone and walked up to them. We're we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA kill him. We need them. We need our deliveries. We need them to be safe, so please and also someone suggested if you're going to leave a cash tip which I'm thinking, this is the ultimate the ultimate in laundering money. You've put it in the washing machine. You know these tips today. L. Ozark tonight. Watch it, but if you're handing it tips, someone suggested putting it in an envelope I. Don't know if that's going to make it any better, but. Around the room to you Gandhi. What's going on? So I just wanted. Thank all of our listeners because they have been so supportive through all of this. We're all at home. It feels weird. We have some technical issues, but getting all the messages that we've been getting about how we're keeping people going and how they're still listening and they're so rocking with us. It's actually really lifting my spirits as well so I understand why when we shout out one profession, everybody else's like Hey, stew! It feels good. Our listeners are amazing and I love you guys, words the thank you. I can't write back to everybody but I really really appreciate it. It's so nice. I was going to. Go into a few I just I wish I could answer. Everyone I just there's. Make a ham sandwich. I'm so busy I'm sorry. Danial. What's up Danielle. Crazy. Mine is the same thing I don't get to go through. My DM's as much as I'd like. But I was going through some last night, and the amount of love, and the amount of appreciation that the listeners not only are sending out to the show, but to what everybody has been doing out. There is just incredible and we. We always say that we have the greatest listeners, but we really really do. We are so so lucky and It's times like this that even though it's a horrible situation, it just shows us how lucky we are to have the people listening to us that we do. Thank, you. And you people wonder like Oh my God! You guys go in there and just you know you do this every day and you know. The Hours or whatever. Hey, what we do is, we are so blessed to have this to do. This is an honor to do this. And like I said before I mean if if we didn't have the ability to broadcast or talk to you, give you audio every day I I would suffocate. I would know what to do with my life I. would really I would I talk about the need to have purpose purpose in fulfilling your purpose? It's you gotTA double down like I, said before on the things that make you great and the things. Things that make you happy. Those are the things you have to focus on right now and being positive. It's hard to do, but you know what I think. We're doing pretty good job and everyone listening. Thank you so much. Thank God you're listening. Don't forget tonight at eight o'clock you need to step outside no matter where you are. If you're with people in in your your hunkered down with some family and friends. On for the long term, or you're by yourself, walk outside at eight o'clock your time tonight and start applauding for our carers. The people in the healthcare industry they will hear you. They will feel it and make sure you recorded and you Hashtag Hashtag clap for our carers see a R. E. R.. S I want to see a lot of those I want to see him all from our listening areas because. This is the least we can do. Go out at eight o'clock tonight, banks and parts and make some noise. Let's get into the three things you need to know Gandhi what's going on? Well the US is now leading and something. We probably don't want to be leading in. And that is the most positive cases of covid nineteen. We are officially the hardest hit with over eighty five thousand cases. The global account has passed a million South Africa. Is Now in lockdown? The British Prime Minister has tested positive as you have heard a million times by now our only real weapon. Weapon against this is to stay inside and keep social distancing ourselves as much as we possibly can to flatten that. Curve Space Force is officially in orbit now. The newest branch of the military conducted its first national security space launched Thursday from Cape Canaveral and now we have a military communications satellite, doing its little job up there in orbit, and finally we've been talking about mental health and. And wellness it is very very important. If you're feeling any type of way if you're a little more depressed than usual, if you just want somebody to talk to governor Cuomo announced a new free mental health hotline, and we have posted the number everywhere. It is on instagram facebook twitter Elvis Rancho. The hotline is live. It is staffed by mental health professionals over sixty seven, hundred who are. are volunteering their time just in case you need something from them. The number is eight, four, four, eight, six, three, nine, three, one four, and again we have posted that on all of our social media platforms, so if you need it, feel free to reach out. That's why they're there and a lot of people need it right now. No judgment we get it. Those are your three things. Thank you so much. Gandhi appreciate it. If you're a trucker, you know we love you. Honk your horn for us these originally. When you're right in the back seat of the car, you'd you'd like. Pump your fist up and down in the end the semi behind you would honk the horn. You never did that, I don't know maybe the people people in the highway thing, thank you. You're our heroes, also everyone keeping our air circulating in our hospitals and police stations, fire stations, everyone in the HVAC business, and all you engineers who know how to keep that stuff working. Thank you so much. The pest control people matter of fact I have someone coming out to the House to spray for ticks today. I can't wait. I'll stay out of their way. Spray their jobs, yes. It's all good. We're GONNA. Take a break I. Think Dave. Rhody has the phone tap. We'll play it for you next. In the morning show now. Sponsored by state, Farm Talk to an agent today about combining your home and auto insurance at one eight hundred state farm, or by visiting. STATE FARM DOT COM. Talk. Elvis Duran phone tap get to here's your phone. TAP. The letter says. I go away to school and live in a dorm, and my mother is nuts and always annoying me about how important school is and how I shouldn't do anything to screw things up. So. What should call her pretending that? They're the dean from the school in rat me out for some violations. My Mom will scream. Go into hysterics. What a perfect phone! TAP THIS COME TO US! From Katie all right Katie is now going to pony up her mom. Dave Brody will be calling mom as the school's dean of discipline. Katie's his office. They're all GONNA phone. Tap Mom Right now. Hello. I need to speak with Delors Moon. Name's David Palmer I'm the dean of discipline. Daughter here in my office. What did she do? We have her for four violations of school policy. And she faces suspension. Terrible, please apparently your. Your daughter was caught having sex with one of the basketball players. In the. Oh, please. Okay. Calm Down Okay? We've found a substantial amount of marijuana. Daughter was drinking and she was Please no. I've never seen smoke. I've seen both her own. Have friends like have a glass of wine? Right I mean and stuff like that. I'm sure we'll get straight. Ma'am. I'm the dean of discipline here. My kids don't drink. She couldn't be doing it I I. I know she should not be smoking. Smoking Pot never can tell the raise. Don't understand now. She's now. Say that she's not that life then, please. I'm GonNa put you on the phone. Her I'll be right back. Hold on! Take the phone Katie Talk to you mother your Ma. What did you do now? It out of proportion. What's wrong with? Your whole. Life And all you got put you smoke the top what the Hell is wrong with you? He wants to know what kind of jeter raise. Like I'm a lot of stress, you know with the surviving. I. Actually, anything and everything. Why did you do that? What were you doing? Having sex and spoken pop? Let me. Talk to you over the phone. Hello, yes, do you have other children? I have three. And she's my only daughter, so what should just ignore her when she was growing up? This is a religious university. I totally listen. I totally agree that she shouldn't be drinking. Is Rashid her boyfriend? who she doesn't have a place up there. Okay? Well, talk to your daughter. She'll explain it. I'm friends with them. Tell you truth you put. On the Truth Hey. To. To end the adults. Sitting here, looking at me like I'm a pizza trash well. Maybe you're acting like a pizza trash. Old dudes like yelling at me and he's the tolman system is like brought hair on probably. Would you. Please Katie people together. We know that bad. Katie tell your mother about the videotape. The bathroom security camera caught everything teller rank. Check out. Hey Hey. I am the discipline. You don't talk to me that way. I hold on one second. Let me let me talk to her again. Let me see if I could work this out. Okay mothers on hold, please just don't let me get kicked out of school district break. My mother taught you anything on some wheat. If you want I got a good I gotTA. Marijuana if I don't suspend you. You have a supply of here on campus. From people all right, so you'll get me. No. No, no. I will kill where I will kill. I, she's when we get back on the phone. I will just tell them. We worked it out as a fair. Yes, that's fine, but I'm GonNa want you to supply me now for the rest of the time you're here. School! That didn't happen. Mom Katie. Will break your little eggs if I ever. He's been like that again. About these people. Is Wrong with you can come home and get away from these people. What is GonNa like a different person, not like my daughter is such a good kid. Usually lose. My is wrong with you. What are you doing? She's phone-tapping you can. I will. Anything you'd like to say to your daughter. Katie took ten years of my life. Recorded with permission granted by all participants. Durant. Morning Show. STAMPS DOT COM. 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Spreading Some Friday Vibes

Boomer & Gio

21:29 min | 4 months ago

Spreading Some Friday Vibes

"Good Morning boomer. How are you? I'm doing great Gio and You know I think that You and I know where we're going to be tomorrow on Saturday and what we're going to be doing tomorrow between two and six do we not Yes I mean. I haven't heard anything about that and days and days and exactly what's going on that. I'm hearing these Classic Basketball Games. That are on as well so I'm not sure exactly what's going on with the last time. I heard anything about that. Tuesday so I I don't know I'm not ready to say that. That's exactly what's going on. Yeah well told me right what we were asked him. What we were told is You know we need you. Guys do a show two to six on Saturday. That's going to go on the national network and we'll obviously be here locally on. Wfan so looks like you. And I are working six day weeks in these days sure and might end up being seven at some time in the in the near future but yeah. I wasn't sure that was even starting this week or next week. Or what because the last I heard of it was Tuesday? And we're sitting here on Friday so it's almost like we're not really talking to anybody right right right. Yeah it's a schedule have were Saturday. Nca Great Games in history. See that's brought ain't noon to five. Yes that's really got her then. I heard preceding that Kim Jones to follow. Don't see you all on the schedule right so so I I don't know what the deal is I thought it was the same thing and then I heard the. Id How you know watch you. Mbc TAKEDOWN VIRGINIA. Again as we go back in the past time. Funday twelve to five NC GREG aims. So I'm I'm really don't even know what's going on so we may or may not be on the radio tomorrow or maybe you're going to do a show for the CBS Sports Radio Network. That's well we were going to be I. I thought it was going to be simulcast situation where we'd be on both but I just the one. Maybe maybe maybe it is just the one I. I'm not sure if it's just a one on doing it not doing it either on Wfan. Or I'm not doing it. That's all there is to. I'm putting my foot down right now. Geo Yeah I hear you put your foot down earlier this week. I'm going to start putting my foot down now. I've always been a go along. Get along type guy. I don't WanNA fight anybody. I want people want people to make fun of me. I really don't care head down on the pillow at night and as long as you know my son and my daughter are happy. Then I'm happy that's all matters. Sure all right I mean so come on. I just this whole thing about you know. Are we on? Are we not on. I'm putting my foot down right now and you're I wanna I wanna I wanNa have an answer and I know there's somebody very small listening to us right now and I want that person that small person to let us know what the hell were frigging doing this weekend. Yeah I mean it's not like you can't reach me. I mean after ten o'clock I've got my phone in my hand for the remainder of the day. So yes he that's all I wanNA know. God I know. Why can't we just get this thing straight? I don't I have no idea. I don't believe you need me. Let me know all pop. This thing on I'll be on the air sitting in my I just checked the CBS sports radio network schedule. You are not on that either. Oh good all right fine. And that's great but this is what I'm saying I know because ours was updated with the With the NCAA Games. Yeah so I am assuming this is as well well. Maybe it starts next week. I I don't know this is what I'm saying. Why comfortable in in saying that we were going to be on. I thought I don't care. Just tell me what to do. 'cause I'M GONNA go stir crazy but right toy wanNA know. I just want information. I just want people to be telling us what's going on. That's all right I mean. Is that too much to frigging ask? They'll see now. You know exactly how I felt the other day. I want you to know how you sounded the other day. That's why I'm doing this now. Of course I get it I understand. Look look at us. You started screaming and yelling and next thing. I know I'm at home doing a radio show. Yeah that's what I call that. That's what I call. Impact your impact guy impact. It's amazing sure. I mean at least in this particular instance all right and ended up working all right so also with impact made a few calls yesterday and I wanted to take this show in a different direction at one point this morning although we have been talking a lot about how the corona virus has impacted our lives. How it has impacted the sports world. How how it has impacted pretty much. Everybody's life and what's going on so I wanted to get to somebody that is at the frontlines fighting this disease every single day and has been at the front lines since the beginning of the outbreak. When we first started to learn about it and I reached out to the Columbia University Irving Medical Center right here in New York City and I got to a guy by the name of Dr Matthew Ball Soccer. That's right so I got to the doctor. He's a critical care medicine. Doctor Internal Medicine Doctor Pulmonary Disease Medicine doctor and he has been on the front lines and had a nice conversation with him last night and I asked if he wouldn't mind coming on this morning at seven thirty to be able to discuss what is happening on the ground right now. What they're expecting to happen what? He is seeing what trends if there are any and to really give our listeners and understanding of where they stand at the front lines and this is a a doctor who noses disease extremely well. He has seen a number of patients. he is dealing with nurses and one thing he told me yesterday. I didn't even realize this. The nurses and doctors are showing up their heroin in their own. Right because this is what their world is. This is what they do. This is what they signed up for but he was talking about the janitorial staff that people who handle medical waste You know the the maids in the in the the hospital. Everybody is showing up. Everybody is trying to do their part to eradicate this thing as quickly as possible. And he'll tell us a little bit later on as we've heard many times nationally of wouldn't it no matter what channel you're watching from doctor to doctor perks to Dr Jerome Adams. Who's our surgeon? General all talking about flattening curve and trying to keep a spike from really happening and maybe pushing this thing out a little bit further so we're not overwhelming. The healthcare system in Dr Baldwin has a lot of really good points and is going to bring us up to date on what is going on around here and how they're coordinating with the governor's office. How the governor's Office is coordinating with the federal government. I how local governments are trying to get a handle on this whole thing and the thing. That really amazed me after talking to him for about forty five minutes was just the electrical and the amount of teamwork that is going on to try to slow this thing down and try to get you know. Try to get our hands around it. Yeah have the utmost faith in those in the healthcare industry that is long as they can handle it and they aren't overrun with patients. Said they're going to be great. And and when you say that you know everybody's putting in the hours and everybody's there and everybody's working hard I mean I. I don't doubt any of that. I have the faith in those people. I mean it's just what you don't like it runs within them this type of emergency response so I guess the fear is you. You get to a point where we're so. Many people are sick and so many people need intensive care that you're you're not able to handle that and that's the point of doing what we're doing right now and basically Hunkering down as much as possible to make sure that that number doesn't get to a point where the ICU beds and the ventilators and all these things are overrun. And I know that. There's been some preparations in place in makeshift hospitals. You've seen something being built you out on a soccer field in Washington you see in these pop up tents in parking lots and these things did to get ready for all of it. I just I hope that that. That isn't the case because I mean then you're talking about some major major difference in things I mean if we could handle it. We're going to be all right. Well the biggest great people there. Yeah the biggest problem. I think that we all realize that they're going to be shortages of these ventilators and those ventilators are lifesaving. And the problem that we're going to get to is going to be the ethics of and the morality of trying to figure out who gets the ventilator if in fact there are as many patients as they expect because there just aren't enough ventilators to go around and The ventilators You know which is amazing to me are about to. I would say two foot by two foot device. They're not big Jain devices. They're relatively small devices. Goner wears a vest to do his cystic fibrosis treatments. And the vest that pumps out that air. The machine that goes along with that VESTA PUMPS OUT. That air is literally two feet by two feet. It's not a very big device. Maybe it's a little bit bigger than that the ventilator but there just aren't enough of them there aren't enough in each of the hospital systems here in New York there aren't enough in the federal stockpile. There are fifty states. That are fighting this. Some states have more patients than others. Our our state. Has I think the most patients right now. That are confirmed cases but California's going through this. And if you look on the Johns Hopkins website you can see where all the real hot spots are and New York is the biggest one. That's one of the reasons why they're sending the USS Comfort to New York harbor not to handle cove pace patients but to handle all the other patients that they may have to move to make room for what they would. I think they believe is going to be an onslaught because of the seriousness of this disease. So it is significant thing and I can't. We can't say it enough. You gotTa tell your kids they gotta stay in especially you know that millennial generation those are the ones that are out partying and we see in spring. Break Down Padre Island and down in Fort Lauderdale stuff has been shut down now but it is a really really big problem so it's still yet another public service announcement for you and me to talk about this. But I'm going to let Dr Baldwin really we're GONNA get into it with him and ask him any question you want. And he's open for everything and he wants to make sure that we're educating as many people as we possibly can about what's going on right now on the ground in real time. I basically live in a sleepy beach town to begin with but I can tell you right now that there's nothing going on here. I don't know about you guys where you are. I mean when I go out if I go for a walk and I put Sabrina in the Stroller of gopher drive. I'm not going anywhere. I'm just basically something to to get out of the house at some point during the day. I mean nobody's out a you. See someone walking a dog. You see an occasional kid on a bike but that's it I mean that's absolutely it so I know it's a smaller population where I am. And it's a it's a town far east of the city so that's not a representation of the rest of Long Island or New York City but I just know at least around here what I can see in my right in front of my face is good. It looks like everybody is is adhering to those rules. I just I don't know where else it seemed like. Florida has been lagging. A little bit behind in this. They're not taking it as seriously because a lot of these things that you're seeing is The beaches in the spring break stuff. And that's that seems to be the last line of Idiocy Before we get everybody on board well you know I will say the same thing. I echo the same thing middle island New York City basically desolate Al Eddie and Jerry could probably probably can probably tell us a little bit more about driving into work and what that's been like but I haven't seen anybody and personally I WANNA keep it that way. The problem's going to be. How long are we going to have to do this that? That's really the big question. Is it going to be for another month is going to be for another eighteen weeks? I mean I how. How long is this going to go on? I don't think anybody really has the answer for that. You know when I watch these press conferences and I don't care who they're talking to whether they're talking to Governor Cuomo they're talking to Mayor de Blasio president trump Dr Foul Chee Thakur atoms. Dr Burks. It doesn't matter. They don't know they they. Nobody knows nobody can give a date as to win. This thing is going to be over so I wish they would just stop asking. Their frequent question is like a total waste of time. Every single person that is in the position of authority is saying the same thing. We don't know what we do know however is in order to contain this thing. We have to stay away from each other and for the for the most part. I see that happening. I see it happening in New York. I see it happening on the news. All over. The place are showing you. You know all these very famous areas and all these cities in New York and and All cross country that are emptied the city centers that are totally empty. So people are adhering to it. The question is how long can we adhere to it before we all go? Stir crazy another thing. Dr Baldwin told me this morning I gotta remember to ask him this to kind of explain to us They have been in touch with both the Italian Doctors and also the Chinese doctors and they are trying to learn from the mistakes that they made in those countries. So they don't do that here in this country so it's not just treating patients on an everyday basis you know Dr Baldwin and all those doctors over there Columbia and I'm sure all the other doctors around the city. New York state are all a part of this learning as much as they possibly can so they can make the right decisions when somebody does come in when they are in a critical care situation. I it's really hard to pinpoint. I think this is the reason why nobody knows is when it's going to end even when you're talking to the Chinese doctors and the Italian doctors I mean you have an idea of their curve but nobody's handling it the exact same way. I mean you had a China that it seemed like they were trying to make sure that nobody knew about this because they have to look perfect all the time and then that's why it spread the way that it did. It looked like the Italians weren't taking it as seriously and we're still going out and they're Piazza's and doing everything that they do and then they got hit hard and they have a very very older population especially in the areas that they got hit. So you can use those places as reference points. But you don't know with the stuff that we're doing here or how late we were to the party or any of that stuff so but I I understand people wanting to know especially when a new day happens. It's like there's a whole new avalanche of news every day. You have an update about how much longer this is going to happen. So I get why people those answers and I get why people are asking the questions. But you're right it's not. The answer is not going to change anytime soon. I mean maybe in two weeks when we see some more data and we'll have an idea Better idea but as far as day to day basis you just got understand that at least four you know the next few weeks the next couple of weeks probably not going to be an update on when this is going to end as far as not just new cases and and all of that but you know how long do we have to practices extreme social distance while the other other one thing. I do want to ask and that is when they think that this thing arrived to our country and I think the first known case goes all the way back to January nineteenth and this was a case that was found in Washington. And this one's From thirty five year old man that presented to urging care and You know he had a four day history of a coffin subject Fever and basically checked into a clinic and they believe that's the first case in the United States. If that's the case on January nineteenth twenty twenty It has gotten to our shores a hell of a lot earlier than anybody could have predicted. And you know I believe that there are probably this is me and and just talking to doctors. Within the CYSTIC fibrosis community. Who also prob believe this too but there's no way to prove it that there were a lot of people walking around with this. Maybe late January early February there may have been a ton of people that experienced all these symptoms and were tested for the flu and every other virus out there that they had tests for except for covert nineteen because they didn't have a test yet. That probably have already been through it and be interesting to ask Dr Baldwin if that is the case had you know they have. Did we see it here? Late January early February. Anybody who had these symptoms in fall through it for eight or nine days and tested negative for the flu might have been dealing with this so That that also could be the case that a number of people that are walking out there Went through these symptoms. One through the five to eight days did not get really really sick. Just felt ofo maybe had a little bit of a cough maybe tight chest and maybe a little bit of a about bowel issues and things of that nature that they just thought it was just a random virus that they couldn't test for and it turns out to be covered. Nineteen that that also could be the case for people around here while I know yesterday was a good day in this world of social distancing Here at the house We had we had a good day. We enjoyed ourselves. I was able to get back on the bike. I mean you talked a little bit in the afternoon about the exercising so I mean I know. Is We continue down this path. Every single day is is feels weirder and weirder and sometimes when I when I wake up. I'm I'm hoping that all of it was a dream. It is not as reality but it's just a day at a time you know. And that's really the only way that that I'm going to be able to get through it. I know everybody's got their own process but just day at a time it'll live in the day. Get through the day. Figure out what you're GonNa do today and then Hopefully as we're checking the days off of the calendar the next thing you know we'll get some more good news but there was some good news yesterday and I. I understand that drugs to the market. It it's this long process and it's a process that's needed because you don't want people getting sicker or side effects and those things by the fact that there's at least a couple of drugs out there that have already been approved by the FDA for other things that may have major major positive effects on covert nineteen patients. I thought that was really good. News that God for drugs serious. Yeah Gio I've been in this world to with cystic fibrosis. So there have been a lot of drugs that have come from the test tube to the patient in record time in normal situations and Gunnar happens to be one of those drugs tri-captain now that you know we go down to the. Fda Governor had a talk to people that were involved and basically testify to the The efficacy of this particular drug. And as I've said many times in this radio show over the last eighteen months. It has basically unlocked gunners future that that is the significance of the drug. It really does minimize the infections in his lungs. And it's been an amazing amazing thing to watch and over the last twenty seven years. I've seen at least six different drugs. Come from the test tube to the patient in what I would consider record time. And they're doing these things through high throughput screening where they're going back and looking at other drugs and other of drugs that have efficacy Against other viruses. And they're trying to see whether or not those drugs if they're manipulated can work against Kovic nineteen so I would you know? I'm a huge backer and supporter of not only big Pharma but also biotech engineering bioscience. You name it. There are a lot of smart people out there all over the world. That are trying to figure this thing out right. Now you'll see a lot of stories and in my own personal experience in what we deal with on a daily basis which is very similar to this. I I do feel like you know. There's going to be something and it's going to be readily available I would say relatively soon I thought maybe towards the end of two thousand and twenty but it may be even before that if they find something out there that is working against other particular viruses they can manipulate and then mass produced. That's that's the thing that it's all about talk about mass production whether it be a vaccine whether it be Something like Tamiflu where they create a Tamiflu to help the flu or whether it be how they treat HIV AIDS You know when they when they put the scientific community on something like this and is it as impressive as it isn't as intense as it is tells me and leads me to believe that something. I'm telling you something's GonNa come before the end of two thousand and twenty that somebody should be able to take maybe even pill form which is what got ours living through right now so I very a very confident in that regard and I do believe that they'll come up with something and that's and that's that's the thing we all have to hold our hopes out for because this virus is GonNa hit now in the next three to six weeks and it's GonNa hit really really hard and that's what they're expecting and that's what they're telling us so we all have to be ready for it and that's why we all need to continue practicing exactly what we're doing right now boomer and Geo on the fan and radio DOT COM coming up in just over an hour Dr Matthew Baldwin Baldwin of a Columbia University Hospital. He is going to join us. He's been on the front lines of this. He's treated some of the first patients in New York. So you want to hear that. But first boomer's got something for you. Tell them about the great people at Ford. What they're doing right now I will and they are doing a lot and I have to open my My email because you and I have been talking about it and then allison's an email like clandestinely and doesn't remind me that he sent an email. I here's a reminder before every break check your email thank you. You little SNOB. You yelling at me like that and you know when when when you're on safari like the download goes into somewhere and then you got find it but I found it.

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Boomer & Gio

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"Good Morning boomer. How are you? I'm doing great Gio and You know I think that You and I know where we're going to be tomorrow on Saturday and what we're going to be doing tomorrow between two and six do we not Yes I mean. I haven't heard anything about that and days and days and exactly what's going on that. I'm hearing these Classic Basketball Games. That are on as well so I'm not sure exactly what's going on with the last time. I heard anything about that. Tuesday so I I don't know I'm not ready to say that. That's exactly what's going on. Yeah well told me right what we were asked him. What we were told is You know we need you. Guys do a show two to six on Saturday. That's going to go on the national network and we'll obviously be here locally on. Wfan so looks like you. And I are working six day weeks in these days sure and might end up being seven at some time in the in the near future but yeah. I wasn't sure that was even starting this week or next week. Or what because the last I heard of it was Tuesday? And we're sitting here on Friday so it's almost like we're not really talking to anybody right right right. Yeah it's a schedule have were Saturday. Nca Great Games in history. See that's brought ain't noon to five. Yes that's really got her then. I heard preceding that Kim Jones to follow. Don't see you all on the schedule right so so I I don't know what the deal is I thought it was the same thing and then I heard in the. Id How you know watch you. Mbc TAKEDOWN VIRGINIA. Again as we go back in the past time. Funday twelve to five NC GREG aims. So I'm I'm really don't even know what's going on so we may or may not be on the radio tomorrow or maybe you're going to do a show for the CBS Sports Radio Network. That's well we were going to be I. I thought it was going to be simulcast situation where we'd be on both but I just the one. Maybe maybe maybe it is just the one I. I'm not sure if it's just a one on doing it not doing it either on Wfan. Or I'm not doing it. That's all there is to. I'm putting my foot down right now. Geo Yeah I hear you put your foot down earlier this week. I'm going to start putting my foot down now. I've always been a go along. Get along type guy. I don't WanNA fight anybody. I want people want people to make fun of me. I really don't care head down on the pillow at night and as long as you know my son and my daughter are happy. Then I'm happy that's all matters. Sure all right I mean so come on. I just this whole thing about you know. Are we on? Are we not on. I'm putting my foot down right now and you're I wanna I wanna I wanNa have an answer and I know there's somebody very small listening to us right now and I want that person that small person to let us know what the hell were frigging doing this weekend. Yeah I mean it's not like you can't reach me. I mean after ten o'clock I've got my phone in my hand for the remainder of the day. So yes he that's all I wanNA know. God I know. Why can't we just get this thing straight? I don't I have no idea. I don't believe you need me. Let me know all pop. This thing on I'll be on the air And I I just checked the CBS sports radio network schedule. You are not on that either. Oh good all right fine. And that's great but this is what I'm saying. I know because ours was updated with the with the NCAA Games. Yeah so I am assuming this is as well well. Maybe it starts next week. I I don't know this is what I'm saying. Why comfortable in in saying that we were going to be on. I thought I don't care. Just tell me what to do. 'cause I'M GONNA go stir crazy but right toy wanNA know. I just want information. I just want people to be telling us what's going on. That's all right I mean. Is that too much to frigging ask? They'll see now. You know exactly how I felt the other day. I want you to know how you sounded the other day. That's why I'm doing this now. Of course I get it I understand. Look look at us. You started screaming and yelling and next thing. I know I'm at home doing a radio show. Yeah that's what I call that. That's what I call. Impact your impact guy impact. It's amazing sure. I mean at least in this particular instance all right and ended up working all right so also along with impact made a few calls yesterday and I wanted to take this show in a different direction at one point this morning although we have been talking a lot about how the corona virus has impacted our lives how it has impacted the sports world how how it has impacted pretty much. Everybody's life and what's going on so I wanted to get to somebody that is at the frontlines fighting this disease every single day and has been at the front lines since the beginning of the outbreak. When we first started to learn about it and I reached out to the Columbia University Irving Medical Center right here in New York City and I got to a guy by the name of Dr Matthew Ball Soccer. That's right so I got to the doctor. He's a critical care medicine. Doctor Internal Medicine Doctor Pulmonary Disease Medicine doctor and he has been on the front lines and had a nice conversation with him last night and I asked if he wouldn't mind coming on this morning at seven thirty to be able to discuss what is happening on the ground right now. What they're expecting to happen what? He is seeing what trends if there are any and to really give our listeners and understanding of where they stand at the front lines and this is a a doctor who noses disease extremely well. He has seen a number of patients. he is dealing with nurses and one thing he told me yesterday. I didn't even realize this. The nurses and doctors are showing up their heroin in their own. Right because this is what their world is. This is what they do. This is what they signed up for but he was talking about the janitorial staff that people who handle medical waste You know the the maids in the in the the hospital. Everybody is showing up. Everybody is trying to do their part to eradicate this thing as quickly as possible. And he'll tell us a little bit later on as we've heard many times nationally of wouldn't it no matter what channel you're watching from doctor to doctor perks to Dr Jerome Adams. Who's our surgeon? General all talking about flattening curve and trying to keep a spike from really happening and maybe pushing this thing out a little bit further so we're not overwhelming. The healthcare system in Dr Baldwin has a lot of really good points and is going to bring us up to date on what is going on around here and how they're coordinating with the governor's office. How the governor's Office is coordinating with the federal government. I how local governments are trying to get a handle on this whole thing and the thing. That really amazed me after talking to him for about forty five minutes was just the electrical and the amount of teamwork that is going on to try to slow this thing down and try to get you know. Try to get our hands around it. Yeah have the utmost faith in those in the healthcare industry that is long as they can handle it and they aren't overrun with patients. Said they're going to be great. And and when you say that you know everybody's putting in the hours and everybody's there and everybody's working hard I mean I. I don't doubt any of that. I have the faith in those people. I mean it's just what you don't like it runs within them this type of emergency response so I guess the fear is you. You get to a point where we're so. Many people are sick and so many people need intensive care that you're you're not able to handle that and that's the point of doing what we're doing right now and basically Hunkering down as much as possible to make sure that that number doesn't get to a point where the ICU beds and the ventilators and all these things are overrun. And I know that. There's been some preparations in place in makeshift hospitals. You've seen something being built you out on a soccer field in Washington you see in these pop up tents in parking lots and these things did to get ready for all of it. I just I hope that that. That isn't the case because I mean then you're talking about some major major difference in things I mean if we could handle it. We're going to be all right. Well the biggest great people there. Yeah the biggest problem. I think that we all realize that they're going to be shortages of these ventilators and those ventilators are lifesaving. And the problem that we're going to get to is going to be the ethics of and the morality of trying to figure out who gets the ventilator if in fact there are as many patients as they expect because there just aren't enough ventilators to go around and The ventilators You know which is amazing to me are about to. I would say two foot by two foot device. They're not big Jain devices. They're relatively small devices. Goner wears a vest to do his cystic fibrosis treatments. And the vest that pumps out that air. The machine that goes along with that VESTA PUMPS OUT. That air is literally two feet by two feet. It's not a very big device. Maybe it's a little bit bigger than that the ventilator but there just aren't enough of them there aren't enough in each of the hospital systems here in New York there aren't enough in the federal stockpile. There are fifty states. That are fighting this. Some states have more patients than others. Our our state. Has I think the most patients right now. That are confirmed cases but California's going through this. And if you look on the Johns Hopkins website you can see where all the real hot spots are and New York is the biggest one. That's one of the reasons why they're sending the USS Comfort to New York harbor not to handle cove pace patients but to handle all the other patients that they may have to move to make room for what they would. I think they believe is going to be an onslaught because of the seriousness of this disease. So it is significant thing and I can't. We can't say it enough. You gotTa tell your kids they gotta stay in especially you know that millennial generation those are the ones that are out partying and we see in spring. Break Down Padre Island and down in Fort Lauderdale stuff has been shut down now but it is a really really big problem so it's still yet another public service announcement for you and me to talk about this. But I'm going to let Dr Baldwin really we're GONNA get into it with him and ask him any question you want. And he's open for everything and he wants to make sure that we're educating as many people as we possibly can about what's going on right now on the ground in real time. I basically live in a sleepy beach town to begin with but I can tell you right now that there's nothing going on here. I don't know about you guys where you are. I mean when I go out if I go for a walk and I put Sabrina in the Stroller of gopher drive. I'm not going anywhere. I'm just basically something to to get out of the house at some point during the day. I mean nobody's out a you'll see someone walking a dog. You see an occasional kid on a bike but that's it I mean that's absolutely it so I know it's a smaller population where I am. And it's a it's a town far east of the city so that's not a representation of the rest of Long Island or New York City but I just know at least around here what I can see in my right in front of my face is good. It looks like everybody is is adhering to those rules. I just I don't know where else it seemed like Florida's been lagging a little bit behind in this. They're not taking it as seriously because a lot of these things that you're seeing is The beaches in the spring break stuff. And that's that seems to be the last line of Idiocy Before we get everybody on board well you know I will say the same thing. I echo the same thing middle island New York City basically desolate Al Eddie and Jerry could probably probably can probably tell us a little bit more about driving into work and what that's been like but I haven't seen anybody and personally I WANNA keep it that way. The problem's going to be. How long are we going to have to do this that? That's really the big question. Is it going to be for another month is going to be for another eighteen weeks? I mean I how. How long is this going to go on? I don't think anybody really has the answer for that. You know when I watch these press conferences and I don't care who they're talking to whether they're talking to Governor Cuomo they're talking to Mayor de Blasio president trump Dr Foul Chee Thakur atoms. Dr Burks. It doesn't matter. They don't know they they. Nobody knows nobody can give a date as to win. This thing is going to be over so I wish they would just stop asking. Their frequent question is like a total waste of time. Every single person that is in the position of authority is saying the same thing. We don't know what we do know however is in order to contain this thing. We have to stay away from each other and for the for the most part. I see that happening. I see it happening in New York. I see it happening on the news. All over. The place are showing you. You know all these very famous areas and all these cities in New York and and All cross country that are emptied the city centers that are totally empty. So people are adhering to it. The question is how long can we adhere to it before we all go? Stir crazy another thing. Dr Baldwin told me this morning I gotta remember to ask him this to kind of explain to us They have been in touch with both the Italian Doctors and also the Chinese doctors and they are trying to learn from the mistakes that they made in those countries. So they don't do that here in this country so it's not just treating patients on an everyday basis you know Dr Baldwin and all those doctors over there Columbia and I'm sure all the other doctors around the city. New York state are all a part of this learning as much as they possibly can so they can make the right decisions when somebody does come in when they are in a critical care situation. I it's really hard to pinpoint. I think this is the reason why nobody knows is when it's going to end even when you're talking to the Chinese doctors and the Italian doctors I mean you have an idea of their curve but nobody's handling it the exact same way. I mean you had a China that it seemed like they were trying to make sure that nobody knew about this because they have to look perfect all the time and then that's why it spread the way that it did. It looked like the Italians weren't taking it as seriously and we're still going out and they're Piazza's and doing everything that they do and then they got hit hard and they have a very very older population especially in the areas that they got hit. So you can use those places as reference points. But you don't know with the stuff that we're doing here or how late we were to the party or any of that stuff so but I I understand people wanting to know especially when a new day happens. It's like there's a whole new avalanche of news every day. You have an update about how much longer this is going to happen. So I get why people those answers and I get why people are asking the questions. But you're right it's not. The answer is not going to change anytime soon. I mean maybe in two weeks when we see some more data and we'll have an idea Better idea but as far as day to day basis you just got understand that at least four you know the next few weeks the next couple of weeks probably not going to be an update on when this is going to end as far as not just new cases and and all of that but you know how long do we have to practices extreme social distance while the other other one thing. I do want to ask and that is when they think that this thing arrived to our country and I think the first known case goes all the way back to January nineteenth and this was a case that was found in Washington. And this one's From thirty five year old man that presented to urging care and You know he had a four day history of a coffin subject Fever and basically checked into a clinic and they believe that's the first case in the United States. If that's the case on January nineteenth twenty twenty It has gotten to our shores a hell of a lot earlier than anybody could have predicted. And you know I believe that there are probably this is me and and just talking to doctors. Within the CYSTIC fibrosis community. Who also prob believe this too but there's no way to prove it that there were a lot of people walking around with this. Maybe late January early February there may have been a ton of people that experienced all these symptoms and were tested for the flu and every other virus out there that they had tests for except for covert nineteen because they didn't have a test yet. That probably have already been through it and be interesting to ask Dr Baldwin if that is the case had have. Did we see it here late? January early February anybody who had these symptoms in fall through it for eight or nine days and tested negative for the flu might have been dealing with this so That that also could be the case that a number of people that are walking out there Went through these symptoms. One through the five to eight days did not get really really sick. Just felt ofo maybe had a little bit of a cough maybe tight chest and maybe a little bit of a about bowel issues and things of that nature that they just thought it was just a random virus that they couldn't test for and it turns out to be covered. Nineteen that that also could be the case for people around here while I know yesterday was a good day in this world of social distancing Here at the house We had we had a good day. We enjoyed ourselves. I was able to get back on the bike. I mean you talked a little bit in the afternoon about the exercising so I mean I know. Is We continue down this path. Every single day is is feels weirder and weirder and sometimes when I when I wake up. I'm I'm hoping that all of it was a dream. It is not as reality but it's just a day at a time you know. And that's really the only way that that I'm going to be able to get through it. I know everybody's got their own process but just day at a time it'll live in the day. Get through the day. Figure out what you're GonNa do today and then Hopefully as we're checking the days off of the calendar the next thing you know we'll get some more good news but there was some good news yesterday and I. I understand that drugs to the market. It it's this long process and it's a process that's needed because you don't want people getting sicker or side effects and those things by the fact that there's at least a couple of drugs out there that have already been approved by the FDA for other things that may have major major positive effects on covert nineteen patients. I thought that was really good. News that God for drugs serious. Yeah Gio I've been in this world to with cystic fibrosis. So there have been a lot of drugs that have come from the test tube to the patient in record time in normal situations and Gunnar happens to be one of those drugs tri-captain now that you know we go down to the. Fda Governor had a talk to people that were involved and basically testify to the The efficacy of this particular drug. And as I've said many times in this radio show over the last eighteen months. It has basically unlocked gunners future that that is the significance of the drug. It really does minimize the infections in his lungs. And it's been an amazing amazing thing to watch and over the last twenty seven years. I've seen at least six different drugs. Come from the test tube to the patient in what I would consider record time. And they're doing these things through high throughput screening where they're going back and looking at other drugs and other of drugs that have efficacy Against other viruses. And they're trying to see whether or not those drugs if they're manipulated can work against Kovic nineteen so I would you know? I'm a huge backer and supporter of not only big Pharma but also biotech engineering bioscience. You name it. There are a lot of smart people out there all over the world. That are trying to figure this thing out right. Now you'll see a lot of stories and in my own personal experience in what we deal with on a daily basis which is very similar to this. I I do feel like you know. There's going to be something and it's going to be readily available I would say relatively soon I thought maybe towards the end of two thousand and twenty but it may be even before that if they find something out there that is working against other particular viruses they can manipulate and then mass produced. That's that's the thing that it's all about talk about mass production whether it be a vaccine whether it be Something like Tamiflu where they create a Tamiflu to help the flu or whether it be how they treat HIV AIDS You know when they when they put the scientific community on something like this and is it as impressive as it isn't as intense as it is tells me and leads me to believe that something. I'm telling you something's GonNa come before the end of two thousand and twenty that somebody should be able to take maybe even pill form which is what got ours living through right now so I very a very confident in that regard and I do believe that they'll come up with something and that's and that's that's the thing we all have to hold our hopes out for because this virus is GonNa hit now in the next three to six weeks and it's GonNa hit really really hard and that's what they're expecting and that's what they're telling us so we all have to be ready for it and that's why we all need to continue practicing exactly what we're doing right now boomer and Geo on the fan and radio DOT COM coming up in just over an hour Dr Matthew Baldwin Baldwin of a Columbia University Hospital. He is going to join us. He's been on the front lines of this. He's treated some of the first patients in New York. So you want to hear that. But first boomer's got something for you. Tell them about the great people at Ford. What they're doing right now I will and they are doing a lot and I have to open my My email because you and I have been talking about it and then allison's an email like clandestinely and doesn't remind me that he sent an email. I here's a reminder before every break check your email thank you. You little SNOB. You yelling at me like that and you know when when when you're on safari like the download goes somewhere and got find it but I found it each morning show with boomer Esiason Gregg Giannotti Saudi boomer and Geo has been on the front line. He's someone who's got lots of information. He's been in contact with doctors in Italy and China to figure out where we are headed so it should be a very very informative discussion coming out coming up in just about an hour so make sure you stay tuned for that Jerry RECCO is with us now. Good Morning Jerry. Oh you G how are you? I'm doing all right man. I was the commute in today. The same same thing. Not a lot of people deal. I really have not seen much of a difference to be quite honest either way. Yeah look at me no. It looks the same to me as the same amount of cars that I see every morning. Yesterday was actually busier than normal. Today to me was normal. Was Not that big a deal. What about when you park the car and you start walking to work now that we see a lot of people to begin with but does it feel than you know why? I'm going to say no because every time I've come in for the last month. They've closed down Charlton Street. Yeah for the construction. So it's been quiet. Parking has been easier so that's pretty obvious and going home is lighter but coming into pretty much the same I mean. I can't imagine how much money I'm saving on gas right now. I mean I. We actually started to do the math yesterday. Just to think about it. I mean it's it's insane. Yeah really is insane. I mean I want to get back there as soon as possible. But there are some perks to Walking down the steps and doing this but I still even though Ir Joe. Talking about this yesterday about how he feels like he can never go back now. Hearing done this. I'm not one of those people I just. I don't know I understand. Joe And I are about thirty years apart in age. So it's a little bit different. If I was his age. I probably saying the same thing but like I i. There's GonNa come a point where I'm going to want to get in the car and make that ridiculous commute into the city that I do every day. 'cause I kinda miss it remember this when he had his was hip surgery or knee surgery? Whatever hit the same thing because he did the show from home as he was recover. I can ever picture myself back in. And then he was back in right. He had the comeback right. Yes and had to come back in you hips fine. Getting those report brought to you by the Raycatena Auto Group test drive the new twenty twenty Infiniti q sixty now at Raycatena infinity of Edison and bridgewater. You ever wonder like pro athletes on right now. yeah. I do actually so for guys like Lebron James. We take instagram live for the first time. Do a little which seems kind of fun. You should do that boomer. That'd be kind of fun because four hours isn't enough of boomer we need more boom on our lives So for Lebron Hi. Good morning so for Lebron thank you thank you finally saying. Good morning to me. I thought you forgot I was here no well. You didn't introduce me Greg did so boom. How are you sir? I'm very good. Thanks for asking uncaring. I do care very much. You've no idea here was Lebron instagram. Live kind of fielding questions and he was asked about life in L. A. And how things are gonNA keep in mind. This is kind of cool because you get a little glimpse into his probably his kitchen. I'm not sure he's drinking is big glass of red. Wine is having fun. His kids are around. His wife is around. He talks about how things are going for it. I'm still play a man. I gotTa keep I gotTa keep all mobs open man but right now I'd say one thing I want to go nowhere besides the baby Laker for the rest of my life. Yeah he was asked at one point about life in south beach. Where do I Miss Miami? You mean the city or the team. What do you mean I miss the city? My wife missed the city. I miss the humidity. Why did he do to your hair? The humidity via scientifically proven. Yeah I know it's kind of goofy but it's neat though I mean it's absolutely great for the bad thing. Social Media Is. I think it's kind of cool to be letting to their house like that Kinda neat now. I think it's I think it's a great job by him. Really very and I guess that was his first instagram. Live thing he had done so that was kind of cool. Now the Lakers a couple of acres do have the virus. As does Marcus Smart. Who did tell us on social media so just gone down on tested positive for the corona virus. I'm okay I feel fine. I don't feel any in the symptoms. But I can't stress enough practicing social distancing in really you know keep yourself away from a large group of people and other things to avoid is really washing your hands and and help protect yourself and help protect you. So thank you and I saw Alan. I were talking. We do a warm show between five forty five and six we were talking how the surgeon general and others are really hoping that star athletes and maybe entertainers come out and kind of make this a public service announcement guys like Kevin Durant. I thought you know Marcus Smart. Did there was probably pretty good. I heard that too this morning. I thought that was a very good conversation on your guys part. Nice but how does al? Not Know who the surgeon general is. He's on TV every day. I just don't know his name. I would recognize them for sure. I heard you talk about C. Everett. Koop he is not the surgeon. Janai for the last guy's name I remember a surgeon general but I want you to remember this name. Okay Jerome Adams your Rome atoms. Remember that Dr Jerome Adam. Suck did yes. He's terrific. Okay yes he is scurrying for just like Dr Vouching just like Dr Burks all three of them are terrific. Thinks that Kennesaw mountain land is is the baseball commissioner right. Exactly we saw things we know. It's fake Vincent Right Al. Who's the surgeon? General Adams Dr Adams Dr Dr Gomez remember that I will guys charge man large and in charge baby. That's what I like about him. I like all those guys all the doctors that have come out and Deborah burks about heard. You like her not familiar with her work. How could you be familiar with her? Work She's conference. I see President trump comes out and talks then pence talks than the surgeon. General Dr Foul and Dr Burks. Also she's she is. She is the Corona Virus Response Coordinator on wheels yesterday. Driving I also she's also the US AIDS coordinator. She wears many hats. She's been in this world for many years. She's also in order an army colonel. Did you know that I did not well? He didn't start understanding who these people are. How why would you take? Why would you listen to somebody? If you don't know who they are what their background is and just take what they're saying you know as like Gospel. I like a good speaker if you're a good speaker and you're getting the message out. I don't need a whole life like Mr in Jersey City. Yep Yes the Jersey city mayor terrific no idea what. He calls a good candidate for cult leader. Like only needs is someone that sounds good. Good speaker bad allergies. I'm very. I'm very disappointed. You're older you're an older guy you know you've been around for a while. I would think that you would take the time and effort to try to figure this stuff out not a big politics guy. Politics this is. This is real life this medicine stuff. Medicine this impacts you and your family. Are you saying gee that would vote for Dave Ramsey for president and move to Jonestown? And we're all all good. This is Jim Jones Guy Man. I tell you he's he's got a lot of stuff to say surprise you weren't part of Nixon all right to the NBA. Sending out a memo Thursday. That all teams. I don't I didn't get I'm sorry. All teams was closed their practice and training facilities to players and staff until further notice. We did hear from SEAN. Payton who posted That he contracted the Cova Nineteen virus. There really has no symptoms and feels pretty good no a respiratory symptoms. Feels pretty good. So that's at least positive. He is self quarantining himself. Can I ask you guys something? Yes anything you need anybody on this show been tested. No neither I I mean I. I know we should not be point. I. I'm not sure why everybody's getting I understand. You know a little bit better. Why the nets got tested because they could be super carriers and it's better that they know that they have it or not because of their age and they should probably stay away from everybody much like. Marcus. Smart is telling everybody Donovan. Mitchell was telling everybody rudy gobert telling everybody I understand that but You know those of us in our group. Maybe with the exception of Eddie Have no reason to be tested for anything. Because we don't show any signs of it we don't need to you know just overburden the medical system right and I know we're running the PSA to and I've heard a lot and a lot of places as well unless like your symptoms are severe like. Don't go run to the hospital. Yeah that's a big problem right. I people are running to the hospital if they have A. I don't I don't know it's the right people also running to urgent care right now. Urgent Care is out there. Because you know insurance companies WANNA keep people out of the emergency rooms and they don't want people coming back and taking hospital beds and all that other stuff so it's a kind of a run in run out and it's a quick way of going to get some tests done but you know. Urgent Care is not the place to be going either at this moment. You know you'd think about those those particular satellites and how overrun they are as well. Yep that's the big problem right now more than anything you would. Could you jot something down to ask the doctor yes? It's so. Ask Them if you do get tested. Will it tell you if you have had it like will it? Shou- anybody say. Oh you've already been exposed and come through it. How about when he comes on wheel out each you guys to ask him a question. How about that all righty and and Eddie given your situation if you wanna be open with them you can ask them. Okay there you go with that. Yeah yeah so I don't need you asking him about porn hub though. I I want you to keep it serious. Then yes okay thank thing. People are going to the computer to pass time okay. More time in front of the computer at home you never know and als- all about cash as and his history. How remember to clear his share computer with your wife and to be clear clicked clear. He lives alone so he's very familiar with. Yeah so what are you? What are you worried about your cash? Shane history. I've just heard stories of people getting in trouble asking for a friend. Listen if you're watching porn on your computer you know you're not living with anybody. I mean. Come on the phone these days. Come on I'm sure you don't you don't you. Don't think you think it's all men that are looking at this. Now look at it this. Of course they do. People make themselves feel better by watching pornography men people. Let me get a porno out and projected onto my garage door. Now I'll be a gathering of more than fifty people now and do it The giants come to terms with quarterback Colt McCoy the cowboys. Signing ha ha Clinton dix. The broncos did really hot x ray him to The broncos did release as we mentioned. Yesterday they were going to Joe FLACCO and the rams cut todd Gurley in Clay Matthews Tom Brady to the buck still unofficial but should be soon it was. Mj Because he's a cornerback on Tampa he was on the. Da Show on CBS. Sports radio some reaction with Brady come into Tampa is crazy. You know as soon as they you know as soon as I heard the news. I kinda seeming on Instagram as well and they had Tom Brady and they had Put a Bucks Jersey on them and then look so weird but and I'm just like the culture who's going to say what is this about Finalizing the language in the contract boomer. All he got he took a physical. I believe yesterday here in New York. Right the physical results will go down to Tampa. Tom Takes Care of himself. He's fine so he'll end up signing a contract either e either via Docu sign or they'll end up fedex things back and forth with ever and he'll be officially a hopefully either today or make even over the weekend so he'll he'll have done and you know the thing you know just thinking about that last cut you had you know. Thank God we got rid of James. I mean think about what James must be feeling. Now you know. That's the one thing that nobody really talks about. So James Through thirty touchdowns last year through thirty interception and former over five thousand year right. He was a turnover machine and He has basically been kicked to the curb totally kicked to the curb. So what an interesting thing will be where. Where does he go from here? Where's Cam Newton go from? Here is also been kicked to the curb right. Where does JOE FLACCO go to kick to the curb right and Andy Dalton supposedly is to be had for trade by SOMEBODY HANGING HERB. Right he is. I mean it's just it's amazing. What has happened just in the first four days here of this week or five days and more to come a before the weekends out a couple more things here Chris Sale Tommy John Surgery. Whenever the season does begin he is going to miss it and bud black says he is open and other should be open to the idea of doubleheaders every week when baseball does resume. I love that idea. Remember when we were kids double ever doubleheader every Saturday or something. Let's do that again. That would be kind of cool. You can make the if you're going to do that I would. I would have been the roster's maybe maybe one or two players so you can. Add pitchers only sounds good to me. Baby that would be some more baseball. But that's something that they got to work out with the The Players Association. But that's a good idea. It is a good idea and the big three. I think they're trying to work out something where they get back for entertainment value obviously where they have players that are negative. Everything's good and they keep them quarantine so that something comes back. I don't know when it would be maybe in the next eight weeks or so but They are trying to move forward with something ice cube on the cutting edge of getting entertainment back here all right thanks Jerry at his out of an abundance of caution. I'm going to ask former to check his email. Make sure he's got his live ready to go. Hey it's the morning show with boomer Esiason and Greg boomer and Geo Dr Baldwin is going to join us. You're going to want to miss that. This guy's got more information than most on exactly what is happening in our city in our neck of the woods and with this virus so lots of important information coming your way in about. I'll tell you our and I'll tell you why it's important is because of his background. He's a critical care. Medicine Board certified doctor Internal Medicine Pulmonary Disease. Medicine and a specialties. Happen to be hospital services lungs and breathing disorders and palm -nology and it's a pretty impressive resume. He's actually at Boston. College guy went to Harvard Medical School and he has been around this Since Day one so he he is on the Front Lines. And we're going to hear from a doctor who has been dealing with this thing since it showed the showed its ugly face here mid February or so. Let's take some calls in the meantime before we talk to the DOC. Eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six. How about Charlie in Staten Island? Who joins US on the fan? Good Morning Charlie guys hopefully say say but I also hope crazy staying safe but got stuck in the housing driving around Brooklyn Queens Long Island. And I'm talking for the millennials. The guys are trying to do the right thing. But there are tons of people out there of all ages not practicing postal and they are not practicing any of the things that we are being poked so when the government says that he's not going to shut down he might have to rethink that. Well what do you see them doing? Because they're obviously the bars and restaurants are closed. You see them congregating playing basketball. What are you seeing them doing? Yeah there's no gloves on. I'm inside of Jamaica Hospital. If I'm the one for many people not wearing gloves they'll see Smith you know it's going on at Home Depot out there grid thing it's everywhere. Yeah I mean it's hard and thanks for the call. Charlie I mean it's I. I need to not gatherings of ten or more. Whatever people hanging around and socializing and that's one thing I mean if you're talking about he says he's going to a hospital is going to be people in a hospital but I don't. I don't know everybody's got their own experience. Charlie is right and the fact that that I've been in the House and then when I've been out of the House I haven't gone very far and it doesn't seem like there's a lot going on where I am but That's different than when you go farther west from where. I am where lots of stuff is happening. But you know stores are going to remain open and people are going to go to these stores. Home Depot is going to be open. People are going to go there Supermarkets are going to be open. People are going to go there and obviously hospitals And if you have to clean your clothes and you go to a laundromat. I mean be smarter of using machines other people use so I mean I I hope these things are becoming more and more than norm and obvious to most people. Because that's all we're hearing that's all we're saying to be careful with some of their. There's in there was a wedding in Brooklyn this week this week. Either Tuesday night or Wednesday night. Dancing and having fun idiotic. It's absolutely idiotic and it's insulting to the rest of us that are trying to do the right thing and stay out of the public eye and stay away from people and and essentially everybody needs to be corentin quarantining themselves not just the people that come down with the virus in you know. Mayor de Blasio can talk about their no clusters anywhere. There are clusters because there are there are groups of people that are not paying attention and if they don't pay attention they're GONNA lose a lot of their friends and family members. You know if you think of it that way. Then that's probably the best way to incentivize you and motivate you to do the right thing in this situation and when I see these stories about people still having weddings and I talked to a friend yesterday who actually has a wedding scheduled for June. They have now cancelled that wedding or postpone that wedding and moved it well into the fall. Assuming that you know when we get to the fall we'll be okay to be congregating again and having weddings and things of that nature you cannot be selfish and do something because you think that somehow some way your group or your friends or your people are not going to come down with us. It may destroy swamps of of communities. If you're not careful and I think it's one of the reasons why initially new Rochelle The the The National Guard was brought out. It wasn't to an I hate the word contain. It was there. They were there to help clean but they were also there to make sure that large groups of people weren't going. The houses of worship aren't going to schools weren't going to restaurants and sitting in restaurants on top of each other. That's that's another reason that they that they were there. So people have got to freaking wake up and understand what the hell were dealing with whether it be the spring breakers down in Florida or whether it be the people around here. That are throwing weddings in the middle of the week and having one hundred and fifty people shaw that wedding dancing and celebrating the marriage of somebody while half the half the people are going to be leaving with corona virus and become severely ill and put a strain on our hospital. That's the reason why we don't want large gatherings. Yeah I mean I believe that most people are getting it but then when you see something like that I mean the all purpose right all it takes is one hundred and fifty people go to a wedding and have ten people come out of there with the corona virus and then continue to walk through their communities and then guess what ten more people twenty more people fifty more people eighty one hundred and twenty more people than where they're all going. They're all going to the hospitals. Who's getting the hospital beds? And I'm telling you if it hits the way they think it's GonNa hit is going to be an ethical moral decision. That's going to be made and I know that the hospitals are talking about this as we speak with the shortest Ben Ventilators who gets the ventilator who gets the ventilators and that's going to be that's going to be a triage situation that nobody wants to get to and that's why they're trying to flatness curve and push this thing out because they cannot have a hospital systems overrun with people doing stupid things and bring it upon themselves. Let's go out to Lou. Who's calling from Long Island Lou? Good morning you're on the fan. What's happening. Hey Good morning guys loved the show you guys. The very informative not looking for any kind of praise at all but I worked with the post office I'm a letter carrier for thirty three years. And it's crazy I just haven't heard anything on the media or TV about the Postal Service You know we're here every day. We have gift to beat. We're actually busier with everybody's home. Watery packages Yup and It's just Like I said and and be honest. They really haven't done much for post offices as far as the they give gloves. And that's about it. You know I carry my own and it's all year round my own life all year round and with me and my truck and It's just odd that we've I personally haven't heard anything in the media about the postal service. I was just wondering if you guys have heard anything Lou. I did see something. And thanks for being out there and continuing to deliver when we need you to You know I did see something on how to handle packages when they show up at your door yesterday on the news and to be careful and to make sure that you're handling it with gloves and you know wipe it down if you can things that come into your home because you know. This virus can live on surfaces and just to be extra careful even though there's much more of a minimal risk to get the virus from a package and there would be in contact with human. You just need to make sure that you're very careful with that. But no I have not heard a lot about the the mail carriers and how they need to be safe. You are right about that. But that doesn't mean that You know I'm not thinking about. I saw my mailman. I see all the time show up at the door yesterday with a bunch of stuff and I was thinking about. You know how he is doing through all of this because you don't have a choice. You know you gotta be able to do this. Things have to keep running. You just have to be saved so luckily with the packages and stuff yes. There is a possibility. There is a chance that the virus can be transmitted through. I think it lives on cardboard for twenty four hours. They found out. But it's definitely a less of a risk. Just be very safe with anything that comes into your home during this time and all these things are going to change. Hourly things are going fast. Things happen rapidly. It's not just the postal carriers ups. Fedex is prime delivery It's freight carriers. People that are taking stuff off of ships that are coming into port. I mean all these people that are going to work every single day. You know the police force the fire department has been hit. Pretty hard with this But yet the the people were still showing up still doing their job. The ones that do not have the virus You're trying to do everything you possibly. Can you know the other thing that that I worry about is not only the shortage of ventilators? But it's Mo- machines to because machines are also used when it comes to dealing with people with lung issues especially cystic fibrosis people. That may be awaiting a lung transplant. And things of that nature you know life goes on and other areas. I know we are now talking about Kobe. One thousand nine hundred every single day all day but there are other issues that other people are still dealing with you know there. Are you know they're trying to stay away from elective surgeries dental surgeries? If it doesn't need to be taken place And and really kinda focusing on making sure that there are enough hospital beds for people. But that's going to be interesting thing and it's one of the reasons why I think Andrew Cuomo asks for the USS Comfort to come here and he also asked for the Army Corps of Engineers to come here because he knows how quickly they can get things done and they're gonNA probably looked modify some buildings that now whether some space they can put extra hospital beds and not for the covert patients but for other patients That are dealing with other issues. The covert patients motorcycle staying all the ICU areas that they possibly can get themselves into because of the high contagion That this virus has turned out to be Skoda. Mike who is in Rockland joins us on the fan. What's up Mike born in good morning guys yesterday There was a posting on facebook. Which I it was sent to me and It's a doctor from curious. Joel a apparently a has civic doctor. The site is F. A. A. Lakewood. He says that they test people now would be three days ago and the tests came back in this area curious. Joel that had a he says thirty. Five thousand people living in one square mile out of the fourteen tests. Nine were positive now. These possibly could have been the same people. Party down at the The the wedding's in Brooklyn because they had weddings in Rockland also Dow. Can you can put this up. I have I have enough but I'm not asking anybody for their phone number it's on FAA Lakewood IT SAYS CURIOUS. Joel New York Dr. Ninety percent of the town is infected with Kana virus. There you have it. That's what I got back. If in fact and thanks for the call. If in fact that's accurate we always have to be careful about. I don't know what to do with the facebook stuff. It may be accurate and maybe not. I don't know I mean this is why I like taking calls during this time because you do get people who WanNa talk about it they WanNa talk about it with us. They want to get their voice out there in a mailman or server. Whomever you know and that stuff is great. I think that we can. We can help in that way and have conversations in all these things that are going on and what people are feeling but then you get into this other layer of things where you know what that Glass Koehler said could be true. I don't know but when we're referencing facebook and this group and that group and this thing I mean I just I don't know this. This is why in most times we have to go back to the basics of all right. This is the stuff that we need to do right now to make sure that we can slow the spread of this thing. I mean that that's what it comes down to. You know back to the basics and the social distancing and those things so is your container. I'll be accurate for you. So the fire department basically said that there were more than two hundred attending a a wedding in Brooklyn in defiance restrictions of public. That is true that is that is one hundred percent true and you know we're sitting in a middle of a pandemic and people are getting married. Think about that and I just told you about a buddy of mine. Who has wedding coming up his his his family's wedding coming up in June who just postponed and moved into October. That's what needs to be done not not living the life that you wanna live. You have to live the life that is going to benefit all of us right now. It's all there is to it. You cannot be selfish. Yeah absolutely yeah. We know that is a fact. And that's very very disturbing that that many people were at a wedding. There have been men and there have been and there have been many of these weddings. Not just this one. There have been many of them. It's just I mean it's like really sickening it's just Straight up sickening Mike is in waiting river. Who joins US on the fan? What's up Mike Bay? How we doing voice? I don't care about the political side of it. Whatever I was just I was thinking you guys this week and work in a wedding. Say Place out on the east and a great place. But they're all jumping top of each other on the wedding for like nothing is going on and I'm like Oh my God I'm screwed. And then and then the next day they all come back to Brunch. Yeah this was last weekend now and you know last weekend. There were a lot of people who are already practicing these things. But it wasn't fully out there yet. I remember that a lot of the bars are still packed. The bars hadn't been shut down at that point. You know this weekend. I'm really curious about people can't go to bars. That's for sure but I'm curious to see how people handle this weekend. If they're still these weddings that are going on. Now I would be shocked. I mean but actually you know what I wouldn't be shocked because there's always a game whack-a-mole all I mean you think that you've hit every idiot of but then another one pops up out of the ground so it's it's that stuff's disturbing. I'm just happy now that I am back in a place in my home where I know that I can control. How many people that I'm around? You know there's a lot of people who can't do that so so that I think about every day so you know there was As I'm reading this article I'm getting angrier and angrier. There was guest to who actually did give a little bit of an interview with the New York. Times reporter said the wedding had to take place on Tuesday because it is prohibited to postpone the wedding. Once it has been planned so you can put an entire eight million person community at risk by holding a wedding on a Tuesday. Think about that for a minute. Think about the level of selfishness and just absolute disregard for the community that we all live in thinking. I'm I'm assuming prohibited for religious reasons. One hundred percent. Yeah I mean come on certain things that have to supersede you know whatever the no the the history is whatever you know. The belief is there has to be a realization of what we're dealing with now and the difference between now and two thousand years ago is the fact that we have a way to communicate these things to each other and to protect each other and this is not happening or hasn't happened. It needs to start happening. Yeah well I mean it. It's happened in a lot of places but it needs to happen. Every place is the point. There are clusters clusters because of gatherings like this. This is why the governor and the mayor have basically restricted gatherings to ten people or less Yup. Now let's go to Jack in Brooklyn who works in a supermarket. What's going on Jack Morning? All Right Jack. What's up today. I actually just got parking getting ready to work Couple of points first of all from the last caller regarding my not being able to push the wedding. Let's be frank from that community now. If there's any reason that you are endangering the welfare anybody you're allowed to do anything possible to stop a wedding or Christ bank into do anything possible that nobody's again danger. That's a okay. So the reason why they made these weddings. I have no clue. Now all the community leaders And everyone's trying to calm it down and you know not have those gatherings that's what they're trying to do. Hopefully it'll be better buck. They should shut them down. Those community leaves the the shut them down totally something down. I agree I agree. It's it's outrageous and it's crazy. I don't know why they're doing it but it's is crazy on it blows my mind like. I said I'm going to work now. I I have a regular job. I left that Job Malcolm. My Dad's got a big supermarket and it's crazy. He's he doesn't have enough manpower. I'm sacrificing myself for these idiots. Come into the store not wearing gloves. And we put stacks of gloves everywhere. We disinfect the place every single night. We sacrifice those every single night and they still don't get the message. I don't know what until someone of the brothers GRANDPA's they're gonNA die That's right okay. Yeah I said is is you're right. You're right that that's what it's going to take it. Doesn't you know for some people that are living in an alternate reality right now with this. Sometimes it has to get to that extreme level for them to believe that they're going to be affected and that's and that's the thing that nobody wants to see and then it's not just your family and then the other people that get spread and all of a sudden it's community spread and the next thing you know we've got what we've got so I mean people in in those communities the people that he was weddings that are still going on. The leaders need to make sure is boomer said just shut it down immediately no more postpone it do what you need to do to protect everybody all right boomer and Geo on the fan and radio DOT COM coming up at ten minutes. We're going to talk to Dr Matthew Baldwin of Columbia. Who is going to give us lots of information on exactly what's happening in our city and with this disease he's been dealing with it for several weeks now so stay tuned for that ten minutes from now it's the morning show with boomer. Esiason in Gregg Giannotti boomer and Geo Dr Matthew Baldwin of Columbia Unit Columbia University Irving Medical Center who joins us now? And He of course is a guy who's been dealing with critical care medicine. Internal Medicine Pulmonary. Disease Medicine Doc Good Morning. Thanks for joining us. A how are you good morning boomer? Good Morning Gio noon. Fine all right so tell us exactly where we are right. Now with this disease in the city well I'M GONNA speak you know in the hospital. We have Some patients who are critically ill Who we are caring for in the ICU. we have Some patients who are hospitalized. on the general floors of the hospital and We've we've been working together regardless of specialty. I'm an ICU. Doc There's infectious disease doctors there's ER doctors nurses To to take the SICKEST patients And get them diagnosed and get them the care. They need As quickly As possible. I guess it's all hands on deck for you right now How how are your nurses and how is a hospital handling the caseload right now and I guess the the the million dollar question here is? What do you expect to have happened to your hospital? let's say between now and five to six weeks from now. L. Let me. I talk about Now and you know I. We've we've really come together. We have worked with Infectious Disease We've worked with anesthesia. We've come up with protocols Internal Medicine to figure out. What are the blood tests What are the x rays that are needed when a patient with potential Cova? Pneumonia COMES IN We have you know stopped all elective surgeries as every hospital. Has We are clearing beds and areas of hospitals in anticipation of more patients Coming in and you know Taking care of these patients a real team effort and I think what it was really Been you know. Important to see is that is that everyone is stepping up. It's not just a doc. It's the nurses it's the respiratory therapist even think about the people have to come in in our housekeeping after put on masks and go in and clean those rooms day in day out. Everyone shown up. Everyone's done their job. And so far. We're taking care of these patients and doing our best We're talking to Dr Matthew Baldwin from Columbia University Irving Medical Center. He's one of these frontline. Docks that are seeing these patients pretty much every single day I just when do you think covert arrived in In New York City and basically in this country yeah so it publicly known that we took care of one of the first patients diagnosed with covert in New York and reported in the Post that that patient is getting better he was in our ICU. And if you follow the news reports from that case you and you read that And you read those reports. You'll also know that that patient didn't have any known contact with people and affected countries. So my guess would be that. Kovic showed up in New York sometime in the middle of February. So what does that mean for where we are right now in the spread of this disease so it was here around the middle of February and we know where we are now When we project forward to where we're going. What's your best educated opinion on that? You know? I think that if we were talking with doctors and China talking with doctors in Italy we know that if we are strict with social distancing If we practice handwashing That we can flatten the curve. I think that's been the slogan. That's come out this week. That's so important and so I think things could potentially become much worse and as everyone has heard. There's a possibility for a shortage of of hospital beds. But I also think that if we all do our part We can flatten this curve. And we can. We can get through this to the best of my knowledge right now. We think that two to three weeks from now. We'll be busier than we are. How about in terms of your patient population now? What are you seeing in terms of ages? You know the sex whether or not it's an underlying condition that makes it worse. What does that look like? In your hospitals we speak sure In terms of age I think We are starting to see with the very few patients that we have what was seen in France and Italy. And that is is that certainly More people who are older and who have pre existing conditions like diabetes or heart disease or Emphysema Are Getting this. But there's also a substantial number of people who are less than the age of sixty without any health conditions Coming in as well. My guess is that if you're younger and you don't have any medical conditions. You are much less likely to develop to develop severe disease however I think more. Those people are likely infected. Which is why we're seeing so many of them come into hospital In terms of cases by sex we don't see right now much of a difference between men and women being affected by this. There's so much talk to a Doctor Matthew Baldwin of Columbia and he is on the front line of this every single day with the underlying conditions. I mean I think we're assuming that anybody who is of a certain age over sixty five or has a heart disease or any sort of pulmonary disease that is underlying is at risk but what are the highest risk people for for example. I'm a thirty seven year old with asthma. I always need to pay attention to anything that comes along my way my as was under control but I pay attention to these things. Oh who were those? At the highest risk. What are the underlying conditions that are the highest risk? The highest risk patients would be sixty five and over those who have emphysema diabetes heart disease or have some type of medical condition where their immune system is just not healthy. But we call him. You know compromised. That's the definition of a high risk patient so this particular Cova Nineteen turns into what you referred to as viral pneumonia and viral pneumonia. Basically attacks and tears apart the lungs. And you know being a cystic fibrosis patient. I know all about these different viruses. And how they affect the lungs have. We had an understanding as to why some people seem to deal with it a little bit better that a relatively healthy and some people don't we do not And that is an area of active research and investigation. Everybody's immune system is probably a little bit different and there are a lot of things about the immune system we don't understand yet but here at Columbia University We've partnered with a rather famous infectious disease. Doctor named Dr David. Ho and we are in the process of collecting blood samples from patients who have recovered from this disease and we are looking to identify. Antibodies in these patients who have recovered from Kovic nineteen to see whether we can find effective antibody therapy for the prevention and treatment of Code. Nineteen in the future. Well we're talking to Dr Matthew Baldwin from Columbia University Irving Medical Center about covert nineteen and a dock. We work with three other. Guys that are also have microphones in front of their mouth. I asked if they would like to ask a question to you directly so you guys ready Al We are ready all right. So let's start with you eddy and Eddie this is Eddie. Suzanne Eddie is a an older gentleman he does have diabetes and I don't know if he was going to ask you a question in regards to that but he's been very open about being one of those high risk patients go ahead. Any my question is Really not concerning the diabetes at all. It's If you are tested will the current tests show if you have been exposed and have come through it No the current test tests for the presence of the viruses are in in other words the presence of the viruses genes in the back of your nose to figure out. Whether you've come through it already that would be an antibody test and the in we are studying patients who have come through it. But we're not checking for their antibodies until about one month after they get better. You know it's amazing to me Dr. You bring that up because I know people that were very ill. In early February. That went through all of these tests these flu tests and everything else that I'm sure some of your initial patients went through before we actually got the cove in nineteen tests and before we even knew that it existed. Is there a possibility that earlier in February prior to the first known case here in New York that people could have had it and gotten through it? I I think that possibility exists but I think probably the the number of people who had coveted nineteen at that time were of much small were of a very small number because if there was a lot more people at that time we'd be seeing a lot more cases now so the fear of the healthcare population in those who were healthcare workers in this whole system sort of a collapsing is that something that is is is alarmist out there in the media and from the leaders to say this is the stuff we have to do to make sure that that doesn't happen or do you feel when you go in every day in tree patients that that is an imminent reality so I I know that Leadership here at Columbia University Medical Center has been in contact with the state government And we've explained that Our concern is there is a possibility that we will need additional medical equipment. We will need additional hostile to peds. And I think everyone's well aware of that based upon what's been reported Right now every day The docs show up to nurses show up the respiratory therapist. Show up right now. We have enough gloves. We have enough masks and we do our job and our job is to just get these patients in get them the best care possible and get them through this and right now. We're doing that I I hope that Leadership in that the the the government can can plan ahead and And we'll do our job. My Question Suga Hedge. Jerry how are you sir? How they're so in these circles the five of us I am known as MR positively around here so I would like to ask a positive question if that's okay Yesterday the White House came out with what they are hoping could be a medicine that will actually deter this and get rid of it. I know they're in their trials. How long will it take to know? A and B if it does so work. How quick would we move through? This and how much of the stress would take off the hospitals because now people would think there is actually a cure so So we right now. We don't know whether any antiviral or anti inflammatory we call him you know module Tori drug Works for Kovac Nineteen. But you're right we There is a drug called Rendez severe. That was developed originally to TRY TO TREAT EBOLA. That we think might work on this. But we don't have proof yet WE HEAR. Columbia are partnering with biotech and pharmaceutical companies To to become a part of these trials of anti viral and Special IMMUNOMODULATORS COREY. Anti inflammatory therapy When when we know is difficult to say there's trials of these drugs on much larger scale That are already ongoing in China. certainly The sooner the better and there's active work here To try to develop antibody therapy as well as the vaccine so that over the much longer term. Hopefully we can protect our population. Last one for me is if you get it and you move through it can get it again We need to study that more. But based upon you know infections with other viruses we think that most people once they get it have some amount of immunity to be protected from it again. We'll just have to research that more in in and see how that pans out. We're talking to Dr Matthew Baldwin from the Columbia University Irving Medical Center. He's on the frontlines fighting cove. Nineteen as we speak and I know Al Dukes. You probably have a question as well. Yeah my whole thing. I feel like You know the news makes it seem like everybody has it and when you get it. It's a death sentence and yet when you look around. I don't know if anybody really knows anybody who has it. There's no endgame here as to as to when we can start having normal lives again and I think the people that are doing the right thing now at some point like Memorial Day weekend. They're going to say enough. My business I'm of my motto work by businesses being. Shut down Are we going to be any clearer by Memorial Day as to what is going on who I don't have a crystal ball And and I don't think anyone else does either But you know News came out yesterday. That there's In in Forgive me because I'm taking care of patients every day That the number of cases in China and especially in the Wuhan Province There's barely any and maybe even zero. And so they showed the world something they shut it down for a certain amount of time. And they flatten the curve. And then once you flat in the curve Hopefully the curve starts to go down Into so so. I think we have to do this. Otherwise I think you know. A large proportion of the population will get infected and he even. If only you know less than one percent die that will be tens or hundreds of thousands of people who will die from this. I wish I had a better answer for you but we just don't right now. What are the most common symptoms that you're seeing in the patients that you're treating you have to remember that? I'm an ICU doctor. So I'm seeing really only the worst five percent of all cases and what we're seeing is These patients Have often had symptoms for about a week when they're coming into the ICU That they've already been on a little bit of oxygen That they have a high fever And they get to a point where their lungs just can't pull oxygen out of the air well enough on their own and they're so tired out that we have to hook them up to a ventilator where we can Push a high concentrated in a high pressure oxygen into their lungs To keep them alive and going so you also can use an ECM. Oh I guess device explain what an echo mode devices. An excellent device is essentially something similar to an artificial lung where We put a catheter into a patient's similar to Catheter. That's used for dialysis and we pump blood out of the body And oxygenated and put oxygen into it and pump it back in We Anticipate that there will be patients who might need Ecm Oh for very severe cova disease. We don't know how many that will be. We think it'll be a very small fraction and we're going to do our best to offer that to patients as much as We can Here at Columbia. But we have to remember. This is a new technology That's really only been developed On in in put into use In the last ten years And it's still very limited. You know this may be above your paygrade Dr Matthew Baldwin. Although I don't think anything's above your paygrade given what you're doing and what you're dealing with right now. But if in fact there is a shortage of these ventilators and machines and things of that nature and all of a sudden you get overrun with patients. What what is the ethical and moral situations that you may find yourself in and what is the hospital or a hospital systems. I should say here New York state Prepared to do in that regard. I think that issues Been brought up by leadership here Both by people with expertise in ethics In Law and And they've been in contact with state government Because I think to try to put that on anyone doc. is difficult I think though that that that issue has has been raised in people are starting to think about it And that's really what I've seen here more than anything else is. People are working tirelessly whether they are in administration Whether there and law medicine whether they're a doc nurse or even housekeeper To do whatever they can to to plan ahead and then care for those who are sick Here and now every day I just One of the things I want to ask you. I don't know if you know the answer to this. I was reading an article yesterday and very well thought out article when it was it was written by somebody who has also lived the life that you have lived. You've seen this and I don't even know if you were consulted on any of this stuff. But they were talking about. How back in two thousand fifteen when they were looking at these stockpiles of ventilators and things of that nature they realized that it was low and they could have actually done something about it But nothing was done about it and now here we said With the potential mass caseload. Coming your way and having a shortage of ventilators of how concerned are you moving forward with that shortage and in your eyes what should be done as we move forward through this in that regard. Well I I think this is where we need We need probably government and we need industry to step in You know we talked about you. Know World War. Two factories were were were making products We're making In stop doing what they were doing just to help Make what was needed for the war. will that be needed Here in the United States perhaps on on a very small level I think people in industry and in government need to get creative And we need to prepare But for the moment Right now We are We've we've stopped all Elective Surgeries We have cleared out areas of the hospital in anticipation of these patients We've got a good count on our ventilators. We thought about ventilators that are used in the. Or that we could potentially use And simply go day by day into our best a couple more for Dr Matthew Bolden Columbia University Irving Medical Center on boomer and Geo on the fan. What is the most important thing from your perspective? That everybody who's listening needs to do great question I think We we need. We need to kind of put aside our differences. And we need to realize that if we'RE GONNA if we're going to beat this thing we're GonNa do it together. That SOUNDS IRONIC. Because everyone's being asked to stay away from each other But now the time that we need to actually come together and so what does that mean. I think that means that we we. Should you know? Listen to our leaders and really practice. This social distancing You even if you say to yourself. I'm not going to get sick. I'm young I'm healthy. Well you might be right but you might also end up being the person who transmits the virus along to other people In so we all have to do our part to flatten this curve in to stop the transmission so that everything that we just talked about for the last ten ten minutes about being concerned about you know. Having a shortage of hospital beds doesn't ever happen I think you know older adults. Who are you know really being asked to stay at home in not go out Those who are most susceptible of dying of this infection. You know maybe it's time to step up in our community on an on an individual basis. Leave him meal. You know at that person's door help them out I think we all gotta figure out how to care for one another You know I've been in New Yorker for my whole life and what I know is that sometimes the worst situations in this area bring out the best in people we saw it in the aftermath of September eleven. And I think we're GONNA start seeing it now. I hope you're right DOC and You know you you are. You certainly exemplify that Can You compared this particular? Kovic nineteen virus to the H One n one in two thousand and nine to SARS back in two thousand and two and I think Moore's was right in between that somewhere around two thousand four two thousand five Those those three any bola. Of course those four I should say compared to covert and how contagious is is and how dangerous this is compared to. Those Ebola is a much more deadly virus that was primarily just in Africa so Let's put that one aside Merson SARS really never Got Out to the United States. Let's put those aside I think you bring up a good point with the h one n one We called swine flu back in two thousand nine I remember that year working in the ICU And there was a tremendous number of patients and there was a strain on the system In tens of thousands of people in America died But they died over the course of a year not over the course of a month In so we At least here are Colombian. I'm sure at all the other major medical centers This isn't our first Rodeo. And we've we've worked hard. We've we've we've dealt with many sick patients with breathing. Problems on ventilators in the past will use that experience of having worked together to try to ourselves Through this now I think certainly We refined How to work as a team with very severe cases of Of swine flu and I think we'll use that experience To treat are very severe cases of Kovin. I just have one more for because we know that you need to go. And those who think that they have this and those that are showing up to the emergency room and that could be a problem too and put a strain on the system. A what do you recommend to somebody who believes that they are coming down with this and need more information and not to just run to an emergency room or a hospital To make things worse for everybody right. I think that's a good point because we if you happen to have this you don't want to spread it to other people So so what we're doing with With Columbia with Cornell with New York Presbyterian is. We're trying to do as many visits possible. So call your doctor We are setting up video conferences and We have A guideline that. We've created that we continue to update. I'm sure other medical centers are doing the same where we will guide patients through Whether to stay at home to self quarantine And then to call us back if certain symptoms develop and We have an algorithm that we've created and we we look at every day to determine whether it's still appropriate as to who we should ultimately call in to get tested The vast majority of people especially those without health conditions who don't have symptoms or just have very mild symptoms really should just isolated home. So and that's the last point I wanNA make with you to Doc is and that is the fact that you know there are some people who have been exposed to covert nineteen patients and a lot of companies. Cbs In fact entercom. The one that we work for has decided to clean out the buildings for non essential in person personnel. That's why Geo and I can do our show from home. Let's say you're in that fourteen day Quarantine and you show no signs and you come out of it. That doesn't means start running the streets that means still stay inside and still stay away from people because even though you may not have it or may not show any signs of it There's there's still the stay at home kind of feel that. We all need to practice. In order to flatten out this curve. Yeah I think it's important. You know that we just practice social distancing. I think has you know what what we're being told in and I'm obeying The the the recommendations of the governor as as I'm sure other people you know we still need to go out and we still need to get our food and We still need to do a certain amount of daily business just to keep our lives going we yes to continue to minimize that once you once you are better potentially from this It doesn't mean you should go out and also if you never got tested you might have just had the regular cold and not have had this. And so you can't assume that you have this if you just got the sniffles So you might be at risk for getting sick from it again because the vast majority of people who Who are young and have have very little symptoms? Aren't going to get an official test for this right now That was the first time I stepped on. You and I lied because you know we in the science when we start dealing with doctors like you. We ask a million questions because we're never totally satisfied. It was something always POPs up into our mind and things of that nature you know for for patients out there that are doing the telemedicine and everything else. What is the? What is the point where you would recommend that person to get to the hospital if you were talking to them over the phone and they were giving you the symptoms and doing some sort of video conferencing with them? What does it take for somebody to actually go to the hospital Really Right now? Our current guidelines are are People who are having high fevers cough and in particular shortness of breath. Okay all right. Well sounds good doc. I appreciate it I don't know. Go you have any more questions? No just if there's anything that we missed anything we didn't ask you about. That's very very important that you have been seeing that that people need to know. That would be the only last question that I would have for you. I think The messaging by the governor and and by the state and By the press which is practice social distancing Israel I think That you know this is the time when we need to come together And and I think if we if we look out for one another by practicing social distancing In by finding creative ways to prevent infection but makes you are older. Adults are still looked on after I think we'll be all the better for it. Doc thanks so much for your time. We really appreciate it and everything you're doing we thank you so much you and your colleagues to keep it up because We all need you thanks again. Thank you boomer. Go L. All righty see at all. Right that's Dr Matthew appalled when Columbia University Irving Medical Center. I mean he's GonNa hang up the phone here with us and then go treat some cove in one thousand nine patients In the ICU. So just an amazing man doing some great work right now when we need him and his colleagues the most each the morning show with boomer. Esiason and Greg Naughty boomer and Geo one I got a good question in a great point from a guy who is a genus Yes that's what he said after a couple of questions and the other was I thought something that Al would really appreciate because you someone who loves attention as as we all do but he extra loves his attention is the doctor said goodbye to Al at the end of it. That's what he said boomer. Go L. to make you feel amazing. I did and then I thank them off the air. I knew you'd be smiling when he said that he's like. Oh thank you for your time. Boomer GEO L. Last night when I sent him a text by the way. We're going to have documented Dr Matthew Baldwin. Guess Oh my God. I was sleeping when you send. I woke up to it this morning. Are you excited or God? Yeah bad rolled your eyes and everything else but I think it's I think it's very important to be a community based radio show. You have to talk to the community and you've got to let the community know what's going on so I also think that Dr Baldwin is going to be our GO-TO guy here over the next three to four weeks and we'll have on a few more times and it'll be like our report for I can get that sponsored over there at the station You know businesses are spending any money so now right bullyboy there are. There are a lot of businesses out there doing extremely well right now not. Everybody is sponsors Dr Baldwin on the Baldwin report brought to you by Piero and pillow. Take a look at Netflix Netflix. And Prime and all those or are up. You know there's a. There's a lot of companies making money right optimum. Yes yeah cast sure a lot of companies are doing very well and I'm sure as Al pointed out this morning you know. The whole porn hub thing is probably exploding as well. That's not probably it is. It's GonNa take advertising for them. That is well. 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All these guys are going to get paid. You'll levy on. Bell ended up sitting out entire year. Because he wasn't getting the deal that he wanted and one of the things that happened during that time was todd. Gurley took a contract that people thought was the less than what is market value was and it was something that the rams were smart with and they said. Wow you know that todd. Gurley deal isn't going to do a lot of good for guys like Levian Bell Zekiye Elliott. Because you know he signed a deal. That wasn't it was below market value. What these guys are should be getting paid and then here we are now just a couple of years later with them releasing todd. Gurley and people looking back on that contract and saying how stupid it was but I will say that Todd Gurley got hurt. I mean that was the difference. You know todd. Gurley was on a trajectory where he was one of the more dominant players in the NFL. Mvp candidate all of these things and then you have ended up getting hurt. And he wasn't even around in the Super Bowl run for the Los Angeles Rams a couple years ago and he wasn't the same player still in eleven bell sits out a year goes to the New York jets. They don't have an offensive line like the steelers. Don't have an offense. Steelers did when he was there and he is deemed ineffective. But it's not like these guys can't be effective and they shouldn't be getting paid But it really was interesting to me to see how you know that Todd Gurley deal was a bargain for the rams and then two years later it was an idiotic contra what this shows shows you just how mismanaged the rams are in compared to the New England patriots. You know they. They paid their guys. they've mismanage your salary cap. They have these crazy contracts. Even you know their quarterback has a crazy contract. So when you give Todd Gurley a sixty million dollar extension including forty five million in guarantees and that happened before the two thousand eighteen season. It's a big reason. Why the rams had also had to cut klamath us so this is like all of a sudden fallen apart and I don't care how good your young coaches and Sean McVeigh's of really good coach? And eventually he'll get fired from the rams and eventual he'll get hired by somebody else but it just goes to show you if you think. Jared Goff is going to be your starting quarterback and Todd Gurley is going to be your starting running back for ten year period and they're going to continue to give you what you got back in two thousand seventeen in two thousand and sixteen come on. It's just not gonNA happen. That's not the way that works in the NFL. And that's why I still always go back to the way that Bella check manages his roster protects his salary. Cap holds the line no matter whether it's the greatest quarterback of all time or great defensive back that's going to be an hall of fame or an outside linebacker that as somebody that's really really popular. He runs a business and he runs that business. So that business can sustain winning over a long period of time in the rams once again showed the futility in handling the cap especially when running back like Todd Gurley ends up with an arthritic knee and this is why running backs don't get paid and this is why I also think that the union should have held out for a different category for running back in other words. The earlier the running back starts having productive seasons at the ages of twenty two and twenty three the earlier they should have or be able to get paid compared to any other position leaks simply because when you see what it takes to become a running back into become a great running back. You don't WanNa pay them when they're twenty twenty-nine you'd rather pay them when they're twenty three and twenty four and the Union left one position out on an island I believe and this also goes to show you why signing Levian Bell was idiotic at the number that they signed him because it has such a profound negative impact on your salary cap. And you're not going to get the production that you got out of him when he was twenty three and twenty four at the Pittsburgh steelers. That's why that's signing. Looks now like it's ridiculous don't have no matter. How many popular. Or How many fans that you popular running back Le Vian has yeah and at this point I mean the levy on bell contract is something. I'm sure that Joe. Douglas and Adam Gates. Just don't want any part of but I'm telling you Adam Gaze said want any part of it in the beginning right of course absolutely not and he and I know that he needs to be politically correct with that. He's gotTa make sure the Levy on bell doesn't quit on them in the whole thing and he's got some of these things but you know I and he's still getting paid levy on belly needs to go out there and needs to be great and he didn't even seem like he cared all that much last year with the whole flu diagnosis and going bowling or the hell that was But there there are guys that you know when you pay them that. There's a really good chance that they're going to see the end of that contract and give value back and then there's others that are that are major major risks. A lot of these running backs are major major risks. Is that why you see you know these running back drafted in the third fourth round that ended up being a part of teams and then can turn into stars down the line and that's the preferable path for NFL general managers these days? So I mean. I don't know if Todd Gurley is go somewhere and resurrect his career with another team. But it doesn't seem to me. He's got a lot left in the tank. It doesn't seem that way to not a chance and you know who else is going to hit the head Saquon Barkley in time. It's GonNa hit Ezekiel Elliott in time. All Guy He's already though you know but I'm just saying that's I and so two girls matter of fact taught girls contract turns out to be about seventeen million per year for the last two years that what he's got he's thirty four million over last years. God bless him you know God bless him that he got that much money if he ends up playing somewhere else or going somewhere else it ain't GonNa be forbid contract and it ain't going to be a lot of guaranteed money that I can tell you boomer and Geo on the fan and radio DOT com. We will take a quick break. Boomer does have something for you. We'll come back with more. Your calls eight Jerry recco update and just a little bit so plenty more to go as we continue until ten o'clock and we handed over to Moose in Maggie. 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Why from the Investors Bank studio boomer and Geo on the fan and the radio DOT COM? Something then I missed. That was tweeted out about ten minutes ago. The second started talking about todd. Gurley is that girl he's GonNa sign with the Atlanta Falcons. A one year deal for girly. Something I wouldn't do if I was an NFL general manager but the Atlanta Falcons are indeed doing that after cutting devante Freeman they. Now Have Todd. Gurley back there to add to the Matt Ryan. Julio Jones Calvin Ridley core that they have on that offense you know girls years old right type and wh and where did he play? University of Georgia Georgia. Yeah right yeah. That's why that's why. The Falcons assigning him and it's only a one year deal. How about this? So what the cutting of Girly means for the Los Angeles. Rams means that they have a dead cap hit of twelve point six million dollars over the next two season for his release now he is a designated as a post June first release which means that allows a rams to spread it over two seasons instead of one and cutting him today the rams of having to pay him an additional ten point five million dollars that was due today. That was a part of his initial contract so he initially signed a four year. Sixty million dollar extension that included forty five million guaranteed that at the time made him the. Nfl's highest paid running back back in two thousand eighteen and it's over just like that unbelievable th the Have is happening. When you're talking about Todd Gurley you know early on in the year. The year that they went to the superbowl dominating then getting hurt and then C. J. Anderson taking over and he hasn't been the same since last year. You know that was what twenty eighteen and then twenty nineteen season. He was never really the same player. And now he's on the Atlanta Falcons Arnold's grab a couple of these calls eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six. Larry is calling from Japan and is on the fan. Larry how are you guys doing doing right? Larry what's it like in Japan right now so I've been here for about I come here for work so every like once a month like a week ten days. I come here for I broadcast For wrestling here in Japan for the American audience. So Oh wow I've been. I've been here every month. Remember so I got here on February twenty eighth and I had a show on the twenty nine when the third that the more I we found out that we were cancelled for two weeks so I I was here at the end of January and the ways all escalate. It's been kinda like it's Kinda crazy because we've been now shut down for entertainment and public gatherings for about three weeks so I it's kind of like I've been over here. America's Kinda followed about like T- through ahead of us like later after us about what I'm dealing with over here so it's been it's been interesting right near where where are you staying so basically Almost like how you doing training camp boomer. We have a we have. We have Joe Joe so I'm in like a dozo where I've been staying a bunk bed with a bunch of other foreigners It in our training facility for the last three weeks hopefully getting back up and running. I came over here for a six week. Tour back on April ninth but basically I got here on the Twenty Nine Twenty. Eight th and the twenty ninth. I did a show. The birth of it has show and then basically the past twenty days. I've been sitting there watching a season and a day Doing absolutely nothing so but but we did social thing. I we did you know. We got shut down at the beginning of March. Our country basically shut down all sporting events all entertainment event so it seems the under control. The panic here is not as big as it is in America. Well you gotta remember you gotTa remember you know. It's an island nation. It doesn't have nearly the population that America has an America's got all sorts of different viewpoints on how to handle this that's goes from seed assigning she See Oh it's like people comparing New York to or America Italy. It's like Italy's the size of New York or Florida or California is like comparing what you gotta compare like almost concept by continent compared to it and the Japanese are much more like a moral beauty and culture compared the American side of things. You know what I'm yes it right. So Larry I have to ask you what what is the. What are the mandates? Are the suggestions right now from the Japanese government? And how you're handling things. Are you still doing extreme social distancing because you mentioned how things are are not as panicked out there? What's what is it like right now. Three weeks later seems to be a lot more normal People are out. It's not as busy would've been I know that the shows that we were able to do. We got check for temperatures before the show. Everyone did Obviously the culture here. A lot of people wear face masks to begin with But there was much more face mask a lot more crowds but it seemed but the the shooting down of everything everyone kind of taking it serious for a one or two week period kind of sped up the ability to get back to work. Like I'm restaurants. Open Larry a restaurant's open restaurants have been opened. Bars have been open. I'm back to work on Sunday We're doing a show with no with no no fan okay. I don't much like to pair wrestling wrestling like much like wrestlemanias. Doing no no no no audience At they're they're basically their performance center American wrestling companies doing shows. That no says we're doing that on Sunday. The idea is that we're back to work Sometime next week with with with crowned but it it it would but we seem to be two to three weeks. Shutdown seem to If if you take the cruise ship out of the equation are numbers. A lot lower than other people's You know but we had a seven hundred people for that cruise ship so that Kinda put our numbers up higher than it was but but but you know hopefully the idea that you know two weeks. Three weeks the shutdown. I think might be able to work every I think we lost Larry. They're really bad. I was GONNA give kind of gives us an idea of of where they are. Because they're behind us. I actually I should say ahead of us. We're ahead of US and So sounds like things are getting back to normal there so so they say on China the same thing they're saying in South Korea but they don't have the population that we have and and the density of population that now I know it Tokyo's extremely dense. Don't get me wrong but I mean think about New York and one thing that Matt Baldwin did tell me and I think he might have said at the interview. We talked to him. The doctor from Colombia is that we have a very large older population here much like they do in Italy. That's why everybody's so worried about the fifty and older crowd especially when you get up until sixty five seventy and eighty years of age and trying to protect those people. Yeah I wanted to. I don't know if you guys caught this or not because I didn't really understand but Larry said that he is an American play by play or wrestling commentator calling Japanese wrestling for American fans. That what he said. Yes okay where do you find it what I was? GonNa ask them like the big Japanese wrestlers like those are the things I was going to ask him once he was done giving us an update on what things were going on out. It's Riyadh odd dragon gate pro wrestling. I'm looking at his twitter. He's pro wrestling. And how could we watch it here? Back in the states That's a good question because we watch some stuff right now. I'll watch some dragon gate and give me what's his twitter. Twitter is At say that again me off their at Larry Dallas Digi her and Larry Dallas. Digi got him yeah. American Voice of Dragon Gate pro wrestling. How about Sydney follows this guy your daughter and Robert's not a shop at all. I'm a loser daughter. Fallen that guy maybe rustler in Japan. Who knows maybe? She went to school with them or something. Oh man how about that? Maybe it could be a Long Island Guy Maybe Matt knows or maybe Matt loves Japanese pro wrestling. I mean it could be a whole bunch of stuff this Guy Larry. Larry Dallas Larry. Dallas Larry Dallas d-g Brooklyn born and bred. He's out there in Japan. I mean he's living in a Dojo in Japan right now now runs this. Is this his real name? Because wasn't Larry Dallas a fictional character in a movie. Yeah probably I mean. It's probably not as real name so but there is. It's all right. Sydney's all over what he's doing there. Japan. He's got five thousand followers. So why not right? I'm trying to as a bunch of people that that I know that are that are falling them so good for him. This guy getting his name out there even more the morning show with boomer Esiason and Gregg Giannotti boomer and Geo Larry Dallas was the creepy neighbor in. Three's company so that our doubts what it was probably not this guy's name That is out there in Japan calling a Japanese pro wrestling for the American fan. If you will which is a very very unique job. That's probably not as real name as we Brought him into our lives last. Break All right Jerry. Recco is back. He's got an update for us. Welcome back Jerry. What's going on? Well Nice to be back brought to you. By the Ray Catena auto group hurry in for special offers. During the impeccable timing sales event Ray Katina Jaguar Venison and Jaguar Marlboro and brought to you by town fair tire and nobody beats town. Fair tire new buddy all right. So you guys mentioned Todd Gurley appears going to falcons. I did I did. Enjoy the Falcons tweeting out according to reports we'RE GOING TO SIGN TODD. Gurley That's kind of funny That's after he was cut by the rams yesterday crickets Clay Matthews. Let go as well. The cowboys sign ha ha Clinton Dix and dream job goes to Colt McCoy. That would be to be the backup quarterback of the giants. How about this? Yeah we've got COMEDIANS. Frank Kelly Endo and Joey Molinaro together. They're trying to be hilarious as some would say and they did Did you guys see this by any chance? Yeah Soon D did You not like it? Nods go that guy. Does that Andrew Luck thing very good. I mean I think that Caliendo is so good at certain ones. I check isn't the best but I thought it was very good ballot. Check calling up Andrew Luck Amok call if you will of Him being interested. Andrew Andrew's bill bill Bill O'Reilly bills. Nah I don't know why I find this funny then. The to share an awkward laugh together. Know why the left makes me laugh? Go that guy. That guy's Andrew Luck that Joey Molinaro who has become like a a huge superstar overnights now working for Barstool. His Andrew Lock is is tremendous. And it's the it's the way that he laughs. It's the with certain words and the emphasis on the words. I mean it's his. He does a lot of them and he's been out there with video seemingly every day but my favorite of his is Andrew Lock. I can't get enough of that one. Well here's the one thousand nine seconds of luck being excited to hear from ballot check coach belt so. I honored honor to talk to. You always had her number in my playing days but Certainly great coach One of the best of all time about Tom Leaving. Or maybe not sorry. You do make this quick. The feds might be listening to it. I thought it was funny. It was fun it is. It is funny. Yeah No I. The thing about calendar was Kellyanne. Can sometimes do voices where. I don't know that it's him. Gruden's one Morgan. Freeman is one Of course he does a great. You know the best thing that Kellyanne does doing on twitter right now. He's taking viral videos. Doing play by play of those videos and Morgan. Freeman's voice So that that is great but the bell check thing is just. It's it's tough to do a great bill belichick. I guess because he's just so monotone but GNAWS very very good l. Those guys continue to do collaborations together. During this time where we're seeking out entertainment on all levels. I'll give you twelve more seconds before I get to our viral video sound Twelve more seconds over the phone call. That's a very good point. That's a very good point. Coach Could be tampering. This could be considered tampering so Might be against the rules. That's an economy before funny. I thought now you got this thing. I don't know how to pronounce your name. Gal Go go. Yeah sure right as she was wonder woman so she started this. Whole thing about Doing the song. John Lennon's imagine with different people. I think they're mostly celebrities. I'm not sure so Jimmy Fallon in it What's the other guy to looks like Chad Smith? The the Comedian Will Ferrell. He's and he looks like a mess by the way. This hairs all over the place you think. I got bushy eyebrows Boomer you talk to your boy So here's a I'll give you fifteen seconds of that and it's GonNa lead into something else you said this sounds as no have been easier huge No hell below US above known as I mentioned the Derek. They're celebrities that are involved. Well Michael Rapaport was not asked to be part of this so our little version come in days. Oh that's great. Why don't we do what has to one? Have you heard US try and sing? Yeah I know borstal. Did one already fifteen their employees. Yeah I mean everybody's making fun of that thing was is is on lockdown. What's it doesn't come he's not. He's not an incentive essential employee. This looks like an old western town guys who tumbleweeds. There's no one a year. Well you know. Maybe maybe he could work from home. He's got a computer. Maybe he could take little fat. Gio and let him like lead us around in a song or something cartoon voiced it. But we're not I don't mind right that's it. What was funny was when I was searching. 'cause I saw the rappaport thing I didn't see the imagine with all the people in it so I searched it in the first thing that came up was twenty. Two people are celebrities singer. Imagine let's rank. How horrendous really was we got nothing to do with. We have nothing to do. So are you going to do you? Just got our start ripping away on twitter. That's all we're having some fun. That's I see see. Mike is Francis ripping away on twitter right. Now is firing off tweet after tweet of Federal Response to Corona virus. So I mean you know there's so many of these I don't know if not even GonNa try to read their all their so random though he wants like us to fix corona virus but he doesn't lay out a plan as the had to do. It looks like you're GonNa be careful. That's like when someone criticism I criticize you for something. But they don't have the answer right so he's yelling that America's not doing not doing enough so I wrote to him. What would you like us to do? You love it and have not got. I don't think you'll get a response. But he's doing all caps. He goes unleashed the full resources of our incredible government military in an all caps. Do it. Now. What does that do now that we want the street take tanks industry again thanks street? I WANNA launch sick people into space. We've got we've got NASA we've got spaceships put all sick people. Honest bishop in launch into space now orbiting sick people around the earth as opposed to in our communities. And I'll stop Pajau I'd get to work towards the real one. We all know what the deal is out. I think you just got your response boy As we're doing this we're being told Tom. Brady has made it official instagram. A Tampa Bay buccaneer. Oh didn't see that coming yes exactly. He is signing a contract area. Go in a very nice kitchen. I'm sure yes Saints head coach. Sean Payton did reveal Thursday. He is contracted the Kobe nineteen virus. What's interesting though which I didn't notice at first but having read it or seen it a couple of times. He says four more days of being quarantined. I guess he's had it for a week and a half and he just came out and told his yesterday launching into space to. I don't care if he's celebrities a football coach and I know him on horse would him? He should go to space tools are. He's not sick though sir. I don't care send them to space so the news will be done with him. We'll never get another Sean Payton update because he's not dying right so we'll never hear from him again. I actually would love to hear from him in about a week to see how well well. We'll follow him. He'll put something out there just like having. What is Kevin Durant? Put Out there lately. Anything had the one message about every we're going to be fine. Everybody stays safe. Take care of yourself. We'll get through it. I haven't seen he's Mr. He's Mr Social Media so I'm just like update every day right and he's got plenty of money from playing this year so he's got plenty of resources with forty one million four hundred million from plan could hire an entire production crew to come yes in quarantine right from the other side of the glass. One else we've got to Lakers have the virus. Donahue that is as does Boston's Marcus smart. I guess three members of the sixers organization to not necessarily players of the organization and the League did send out a memo Thursday that all teams must close their practice and training facilities to players and staffs staff members until further notice. You've got Chris Sale Needing Tommy John Surgery so whenever the baseball season does begin. He's going to miss it and I I have not seen one. That surgery will take place but That unfortunate for him and maybe double headers in the future. Who KNOWS BUD black? Is Lobbying for that when we come back when baseball's back let's start playing doubleheaders? Maybe even more than once a week to get the Games back so hope you soon. We see something and that would be good for everybody. Yeah I mean it's hard for me to wrap my mind around the win this evening. Start and then after that you gotta figure out how many Games are going to be played and how you GonNa play those games it just. It's tough. I mean you and we were talking about the master and the Kentucky Derby when these things are going to happen. It's just it's hard for my mind to even get there not even knowing where we're going to be in a month but you know what I really would we. We shut it all week. I really would like one of these big leagues to come out and say we're targeting June. First it'd be back. Just give something give something till I wouldn't hold your breath on that one because I feel like nobody wants to put a date out there to get yelled at by people note. Say That because then that's just the people that everything's GonNa be. We don't know that I'm with you on that too but I don't think that'll happen. It's the greatest emotion in the world. Give us hope it's all we want. Hope Gamay missile. Jerry LISTENED TO JERRY. Bean so positive. It's like the new Jerry in the face of adversity stepping. You've got drugs boom everybody's GONNA be. Okay yeah well. Eventually it might take a month. Maybe even two but that brings us to wear mid-may June first everybody. Let's go. I WanNa Borgata on June fifth. Dammit OH JERRY. Just relax now. No do that soon. Recco to space to. I don't want to go to space out of his mind. He wants to go to space going to walk a fine. Whatever he's GonNa Son. I'm there all right very good Jerry The morning show with boomer Esiason and Greg boomer and Geo I wanted to bring this story up because I think everybody is familiar with this man whether it was during the prank. The text prank that was going around because of the corona virus and everybody wanting news on it or stuffed prior to that. I had seen this guy years prior to this when I had fallen for many pranks someone say. Oh huge snowstorm coming to New York. Click here to see how much snow your area's going to get and then you click on it and it's a guy sitting at the edge of his bed with a giant. Dong and you're like Oh Jeez I just fell for this and then he came back in a big way. You know what guy. I'm talking about boomer. I you've seen this guy probably. Yeah and if you know who this guy is that means. You've got a bunch of screwed up friends that are sending stoop attacks every funny. Everybody knows this guy this point so so he became really really popular when people would send tech's outliers. The latest Corona virus at a crow viruses. Hit Our neighborhood Find out who's got it and wear and then you click on these things and Bam their ears again so because he became so popular. There's a borstal and other sites. It made t shirts with his face on it and TMZ had done some digging in some investigative reporting to find out like is this guy around. Does he want money from this now? That his face is everywhere. Of course you can't put the rest of him around anywhere because that would be a pretty graphic but the picture was taken by Pantheon productions owner Walter Smith for an adult site and he took it around two thousand nine the subject. The man in the in the picture his nickname was would. So there's that and so but says that's not his real name of course and unfortunately the guy passed away in two thousand sixteen but the guy who took the picture said He. He doesn't care if he gets any money. Offer the merchandise sales of of wood in this famous picture. But he wants the family woods family to get some of this If somehow possible when he thinks that it's It's terrible the family of this guy's not seeing some of the money off Off of his fame but I I never thought I learn a lot about that guy. We've seen every bit of him But but but there you go but yeah he Go Up and sit on your bed like that. We'll take a picture we'll send it out and then when Suprema is eighteen show she'll see it no no. I don't I don't think that's good idea with the with the little niebler. I don't think that's going to be something that we're doing but there you go if you ever wanted to know is nickname was would. And he's no longer with us. He's been he's been gone for four years now. He's at the absolute height of his popularity. I got a jigsaw puzzle of him yesterday. You're kidding picture of Jigsaw puzzle. That they were putting together on a table obviously made up. I was like I I got. I got idiot friends. That's basically what it comes down to tormenting may man. That's a bunch of them. Yeah of course I understand that that is the number one image. A shared in group text messages across the country. Right now I mean this has been going on forever. I remember before like we had major. Gps stuff and Google maps in ways and all of that stuff and we knew like location services on phones where where they were Adam talking like you know two thousand five two thousand six his website. I felt for so bad where it was the guy. Actually it was Dave La- Greco who used to work at Wfan. Now works at serious? I was working with him on. Nhl Live which was a whole all hockey show. You could believe it or not don. Yeah Yeah Don Don's brother Dave. So Dave Goes Man. It's amazing like how they everybody like. The government knows where your phone is and everything like where you are like like if you type your your phone number into this website like it'll show you exactly where you are like. It'll show you like on a map and interactive map. Like where you are so I was like get Outta here. You kidding me so of course I taught my phone number in there. I hit return on the computer. And it's like this map that blows up and then boom the most disgusting video I've ever seen in my life. Another one of these porn video. I mean I will never forget that image that popped up full screen and then of course from there on out because I got got with it I had to show it to. You know fifty other people after that because I couldn't be the only one that type of pain and that's why you're the prankster at Wfan. Well Yeah are and you happen. Yeah I have been not as much any more these days because it's harder but but Back in the day for sure. I mean there was a there was a lot of that stuff that was going on but a lot of pranks you know you know who also a prankster would be ally peyton manning. Those guys were pranksters. Oh Yeah of course that right now. A FIG Newton. Oh my God the Fig Newton I mean you you love these big. Newton's I mean we're we're only on the air for another hour you could Polish off that box fig Newton's at ten o'clock I know but I got hungry so I didn't do the oatmeal this morning so I just grabbed the boxes pick. Newton's say I like what the giants are doing. You know. You know exactly what they're doing by bringing the guys in at they're bringing in the nate abner signing for Joe. Judge is huge. Because Nate Abner was a special teams. Maven and a backup safety for the New England. Patriots won three superbowls up there Former rugby player didn't really play football. Walked on at Ohio State. I believe and now he goes and steals one of his guys just so the room is the way he wants it to be and he wants his guy to basically lead by example much like Matt. Patricia would want their guys. Mike variable would want his guys all from New England and from that mindset. So that's why you're seeing a while. These guys leaving New England and going to these X. coaches at all came from New England. I also like the Colt McCoy. Signing McCoy is a great dude. I've known them for a long time. You know he's gone through injuries. He's he's not a starting quarterback in the NFL. But what he is he's a he's a really solid guy. He's not going to be sniping and stabbing Daniel Jones in the back. He knows why he's here. He's here to support Daniel Jones. That's why he's here. He he understands that and if something does happen he could give you two to three games and get you through a season that way. Which is exactly what the giants should be doing. Legitimate backup quarterback in here just in case something happens at Daniel Jones so I I like what the giants have done this for. I know what they're looking for in terms of the type of players and people they want away from the field and that's so far what the signings represents to me all right Tracy and Westbury who we were trying to get on the phone earlier is back right before the break tracy. Good morning thanks for joining us. Our you are I just wanted to say that I really miss seeing you guys on TV. But I'm really grateful that you're doing whatever you have to do to make sure you're still on the radio and still keeping US entertained and all that That I wanted to share with you if I could My daughter goes to Binghamton. I'm actually on my way to go pick up right now and I gotTa tell you this that generation. It's really tough because they just don't listen You know she's sending me pictures. They're going to Frat parties and they're going to bars and they're you know. I'm grateful now because of this week. The bars are closed so now. She's so bored she's like I want to come home but I feel like there's gotta be another way to reach out to them besides saying like listening to trump or look into promo like it's gotta be something on their level that they get it because they're just not getting it well. Mike Pence has actually reached out to the Kylie Jenner's of the world the social influencers of the world To drive it home. You know because they all live on their phones they all live on instagram and twitter and everything else all the different social media platforms. So they're asking a lot of younger social media influence influencers to put that message out and see if they can drive it home that way and I I hear you tracy. It's it's frustrating. You know. We're all dealing with it. And you just gotTa somehow impress upon her that she's got a realize that there are bigger issues here at stake right. I know I tried to do that. And I gotTa tell you also my uncle. He's a he's over seventy and the he has he's had cancer twice. He's been sick for over a week and he is in bad shape. He can't breathe He's got a cough. That's horrible high. Fever he's taken. The Coronas have twice the time the lab lost it the second time he took it on Sunday. He's still doesn't have results. He went to the hospital. They sent him home and said. Your moms aren't congested enough for a student at you and that kind of unsettling they're not you know somebody of that age with preexisting conditions and they sent him home and he still doesn't have the results and it's over a week. Most of these test results are taking about four days to get back but now as they ramp up more and more and more tests. I would think that there's going to be a POC backlog of getting the test results back. So maybe maybe in the next twenty four hours. He'll get something but so he's home. He's basically just trying to deal with the symptoms of whatever he's dealing with right right now but I'm just real quick real quick on a lighter note I just wanted to throw in I was on a cruise a couple years ago with with boomer and coach. Kaur who are two of the most amazing amazing men? I've ever met I had a really good time I was wearing a shirt that said this girl loves boomer. Asya than and I took a picture with boomer and I still remember. You told me to tweet it to you and I did. And you're like almost definitely recreate it but you never did. Wow I gotta find it. And it's a long time ago. You know what Tracy do it do it today? Do you still have the shirt do all right so do it again today and tweet all of us so we can finally get it out there. I would definitely do that but again. Thank you guys have a great weekend? Please keep doing. You're doing because all of us. That are out of work now. We lie on you and you're doing a really good. We really appreciate it. Thanks Tracy Thanks for the kind words. And as long as we're on the air we're going to do our thing and and it's not just toss. That are doing this work. I mean for crying aloud I feel guilty walking down the steps and grabbing this microphone. It's like I feel like I'm doing that much even though we're still continuing to do the show because I'm sitting in my living room. It's really the people that are still going into work. Jerry Allen Eddie and Bobby and all the engineers that are keeping us on the air because those guys are doing Yeoman's work. There's no question but we are doing Peleton we are. Can You keep picking the wrong? Instructors that talk too much. Yeah I had to put the girl yesterday on Mute. I couldn't take it and I have my own music on. Yeah I know well that was not a good class I. It's too bad you missed the class. The eighties class was a great one. The nineties and one was not so good. Anybody from Peleton's listening. Just can you just please you know? Have a have a few options where you have a great instructor where they're not yapping the whole time so I can actually hear the music? Yeah I know you get really frustrated by that and now that you've put me on to how much they talk that. Now that's all thinking about is how much they talk so fault now. It doesn't normally no. It's not your fault but I mean it's it's in my head now normally didn't normally bother me see. I love that instructor from yesterday. Leeann hanes beyond big Fan. You know why you loved her. It was awesome. I can tell you that it has nothing to do with that over there. She also normally. She did not pick good music for the nineties one. But normally she's on top of it with the hubris talking a lot about porn hub this morning. Now I know what the hell you're doing it wasn't just me say was Al and Jerry. Everybody's been talking about it for crying but the point being is I get it. She's she's a great physically a beautiful person and that's fun to look at it into a class with with that but when she's talking too much I just want want want want want. Jj after dark. I don't even know even used words anymore And all right. Let's go to Tony. Who'S DOWN IN NORTH CAROLINA? Who JOINS US? What's up Tony Guys? Good Morning. Thanks for taking my call. We gotta get Mike on the phone man. He's not he's Yeah commode. I know he keeps tweet and other stuff. He'll be on the air. I'm sure later today right. He's still does. He's half hour show whatever he does and then he's on radio DOT COM. Well you think he's listening right now. I don't I don't know I'm not sure anymore. But he What's the latest one? Al You still tweet and backed him with him because he yeah he wrote To improve the economy give people tax for use of their 401K's is as I wrote him back. I said there's nothing left in our 401K. Oh Yeah Yeah Tony I. I don't know man I mean I think that Mike still going to be on the air in some capacity right and thanks for the call. Tony then he can. He can yell and scream about this stuff. I mean I I get I get being diligent and getting the word out and wanting to do certain things but I mean he's really like he's the guy that I thought wouldn't be as alarmist as he's being you know what I'm saying I always I don't know I feel like he'd be fine. You know you're not going to get the virus okay. So don't worry about the virus sore throat cough. You know if you feel that maybe feel take temperature here that you know maybe call you doctor. But we're GONNA get through focus stand. He basically wanted to have a public floggings of people. That Leica oh yeah right. Well that was because his power was outright isn't because he didn't have a generator and Mike is on today. Six two six all right. Good yes so we'll just be. He'll be sick people into space starting at six o'clock today for sure all right. Let's go to J B in Long Beach. What's up Jay? Hey what's going on Just to backtrack to another prank. They used to be pretty popular or at least when I was in College in May two thousand dollars was if roommate are for anybody in. Your dorm left their laptop unattended. You would change the desktop background or their screen saver to something called. What was the Lemon Tori? And it was basically just a group of several older man and What was even more embarrassing if you brought your laptop to class and then subsequently opened it everybody behind you saw this giant picture of these men at If you've got pretty I don't know if it website still exists. Approach like the cute girls. Open up your homework and there. It is a bunch of old guys having fun. I happen to anybody to but if if if the professor asks you to Present and God forbid you have to plug a strain into a big screens for everybody to look your outlook presentation You got even even bigger smile from the I love. Jv thanks for the call. The Lemon Party. I don't know if I ever saw lemon party. I'm glad if I did not I was gonna Google but I'm afraid of what don't do that man come on. It's one of those things where I am curious to see what it is but I know I'm going to be scarred for life. I mean about like going up in front of a class and and and doing things like being a prank. That way there used to be this one guy went to school with. Who would draw on the right like a giant member if you will like giant? Dong on the chalkboard and then pull the projector screen down and then the teacher of course would come in town start teaching. Put The projector screen up. There wasn't a background on the chalkboard. Got Us every time every single time. There's some things that just Withstand the test of time so not to give any kids ideas when you go back to school and five years but That's something that we always laughed. At all right the morning show with boomer Esiason and Gregg giannotti Boomerang Geo Jerry. Recco is here to give us one more update this morning. What'S GOING ON JERRY? We are brought to you by the Raycatena auto group hurry into the only adventure. Sales Event at Land Rover Edison and Land Rover Marlboro. Well a challenging week. Those at least and with Tom Brady officially signing that deal. Is You reference? Looks like it is for two years. God knows how much money but certainly a lot Here was MJ. Stewart Bucks. Cornerback on the show yesterday. Now we knew that Brady was going there as a matter of everything becoming official which it now is his reaction to finding new quarterback in town. I couldn't believe whatever it is crazy. You know as soon as they you know. As soon as I heard the news I kind of semen on Instagram as well and they had Tom Brady and they had put a Bucks Jersey on them and they look so weird but as you and I just knew like the culture who's going to change culture is going to change and he's expecting brady to come in and make sure everyone does their job. I've heard so many stories from my football friends about Tom Brady. I know he's A. He's a thorough general. You know he does that you know he he. He's a general out there like he makes sure that team is going. House opposed to the bills. You WanNa do go get you now. He will get on them in Tampa so hard to believe but that is where he is going Stories do Santo boomer. I think you might have even talked about this but it looks like the bucks have raised ticket prices. I'll yeah since they made the move to bring Brady in so one hundred percent so six thousand new who knows how many more season ticket holders they have and they also raise ticket prices significantly by the way. Have you seen how much what is significantly mean? I thought I did. I send you a text this morning or an email this morning. I might have done that. Yeah I think als rubbing off on me I read the first baron tickets to the bucks used to be free and now his horrendous timing with people losing their jobs and now it's like oh now our ticket prices are also at in going to double the one thing the one thing I will say is. We just heard from his new teammate. This is why a quarterback is so important for every team because he is the one that sets the tone in all the meeting rooms. The Walk throughs the practices the discussions. He'll show young players. What it means to be a professional He'll bring a level of intensity to that team that that team has never had This is one of the worst franchises and football and has been. This is why they go through so many coaches and so many quarterbacks and everything else that can never seem to get out of their own way and they are desperate for quarterback that is going to bring that kind of attitude towards their team. That's why they're paying him. Even at the age of forty three he signs a two year. Sixty million dollar contract and it's unbelievable unbelievable and as I'm saying. Thank you for doing that because you gave me time. To pull up the text you sent me This is from. Espn so season tickets now. Fifteen percent more than they were last year and so the examples they given the ESPN article a twenty yard. Line ticket will now be a hundred and sixty one. Dollars per game was previously one thirty six and their most affordable ticket. They used to be thirty five dollars. Forty bucks an often. They averaged fifty one thousand fans last year and so the house so we talked about this. The average cost of a ticket. When you factor everything we said. I think we said was seventy. Five bucks was eighty dollars. That was last year. Yes twenty-eight lowest in the league that was last year yes so so it's good to be probably so eighty two thousand said they raise ticket prices. Fifteen percent yeah so ninety seven dollars nine hundred bucks. And how many season tickets did they have a lot so they had six thousand more as of yesterday than as of yesterday? So let's say that. Let's say that brings the twenty thousand right to yeah right on the nose. Two Million Bucks. Where over the other fifty eight million? Well believe me. They'll they'll they'll they'll do it in sponsorship. They'll they'll build the whole thing around him and plus you know they're like every other team they have a salary cap and everything that they can't go over so They'll stay well with under underneath the salary cap ceiling and they'll make a lot more money this year because they decided to invest money in the right type of guy. Tb TB yes. Weird giants came to terms with backup quarterback Colt McCoy Cowboy Sunning ha ha Clinton dix and todd Ha The todd. Gurley yesterday tweeting that he got fired. Well it looks. Like he's been rehired by the Atlanta Falcons. Now and the Vikings will resign. Dan Bailey. How do you like that? Oh Awesome Hey Jerry hold on one second year market North Plainfield did the thing I told him not to do Mark you're on the fan. What's going on? Hey Boom how you doing all right? I did Google Women Party. The first thing that pops up is it was frivolous Canadian. Political party that worked on a federal level But however if you scroll down to the next wine which is buzzfeed is a bunch of old men having orgies on. I just wanted to call in and tell you that also From the other caller with the were you. Go with the projector. Yeah I did used to do that with my buddies. As well. We withdraw Giant penises and put him in everybody's folders and when they opened up they see them in got a good laugh so I just wanted to put my two cents in there. Yeah I mean I think we've all been in the same boat. I mean we've all drawn a penis to make somebody laugh at some point in our lives. She still does that to this day as the drawing on your forehead on the NFL. Today I also from Thursday. The broncos did cut quarterback JOE FLACCO new chargers. Cornerback Chris Harris Guess on NFL network. Yeah it has been an odd week man. It was definitely weird. Just not being able to just go out there. Would you know team fast and build up a goatee physicals and sign your deal? So did delay and all that now he could win anywhere but the former Bronco ends up in. La with the chargers the chiefs twice a year going to be loaded. A defense for that definitely should be the topic. You gotta be ever slowing down. Yeah you're gonNA have a top. They're going to have a top rated defense. They of loaded up on the defensive side. They gotTA figure out their quarterback situation. Well that's another issue. Yes maybe Cam Newton there. Maybe I think I would take. I would definitely take a run at that and he talks about why the chargers this is to your point. Defense guys that they have already out there. Joey Bosa Casey Hayward Darren James. All those guys mad he believes they can be dominant like you're pointing out. We've got what else the two Lakers with the COVADONGA. Nineteen virus now Boston's Marcus smart as well. He went on social media so just down tested positive for the corona virus. I'm okay I feel fine. I don't feel any symptoms. But I can't stress enough practicing social distancing in really you know keep yourself away from a large group of people in in in short Twenty five second video. He continued on how to avoid getting is really washing your hands and and help protect yourself and help protect you said I tell you. You're welcome washing. My hands are so dried out at this point. Between that. And the the gotTa Lotion at night Jerry. Before bed that would be my hands out a lotion guy. You have to man. You got no truest value lotion. Your hands while you're in bed Just before bed when I'm no I'm not gonNA touch Anything else I think. Yep I will lotion all up. And then that way it soaks into the skin and the overnight right before the Lemon Party. Al Put the Lube. I also lotion my feet before I put my shoes on in the morning that helps as well for dry feet. If you're wondering not wasn't actually so you do have all coming up on my couch issues. I don't have tissues no my couch. I have A lotion to lotion my hands. When I'm on the couch ready ready to eat into the night watching murder mystery is because it does look weird if anyone comes over. I do have a lotion pump on my couch. Yes right and you always wonder if something happened to you if you had to go in there and they saw. I thought that's where the tissues tissues air but look funky look lotion in the basket or it gets the news again the NBA basket the NBA. Sending remember that was Brook Lopez. That's out here in red those lines years ago the NBA sending out a memo Thursday. All teams must close their practice and training facilities to players staff until further notice. And we have discussed all morning. Sean Payton revealing that. He contracted the Kobe. Nineteen virus as well What else can I tell you? Rockies manager Bud Black says he's open to the idea of doubleheaders every week once. Mlb comes back which we certainly hope is sooner rather than later and Red Sox pitcher Chris Sale Needs Tommy John Surgery. He will miss whatever season is upcoming for. Mlb million to moment of the day because it's quite lengthy but it's also quite good. Of course it would have been good at. I loaded it so while I do that. Once you guys yell and do your thing. So last hour we did talk about Mike tweets about how the country is handling the corona virus right. So He's yelling that America's not doing any not doing enough so I wrote to him. What would you like us to do? My Dad and I have not gotten a response. I think you'll get a but he's doing all caps. You unleash the full resources of our incredible government military in an all caps at do it now. Now the Big Tank Street take tanks again tax industry. I want to launch sick people into space. We've we've got NASA we've got spaceships. We'll put all the sick people on a spaceship and law tremendous space now orbiting sick people around the earth as opposed to in our communities in stoppage. How which one's the real one. We all know what the deal is now. I think you just got your response. Boy saints head coach. Sean Payton did reveal Thursday. He is contracted the cove nineteen virus. What's interesting though which I didn't notice at first but having read it or seen a couple of times. He says four more days of being quarantined. I guess he's had it for a week and a half and he just came out and told us yesterday. Tim into space. I don't care if he's a celebrity football coach and I own a horse with him. He should go to space to their. He's not sick though sir. I don't care send him to space. All right guys been a wild week. Enjoy the weekend today. What happened. What going on here. What's wrong? 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All this talk of protests got got me reminiscing about the old trespass of twelve arrests outside of the jail here in keene new hampshire after many years of protests at the old jail when they built that new jail. I guess they made a decision. They were going to crack down on us because the the way they handled us changed completely and it's the same group rupa bureaucrats. Did it stop. I'm curious did any of that. Those arrests actually stop you guys from going in circling the jalen protests in yeah okay. There's they certainly did interesting. Nobody really wanted to go do that. Toll i would want to do it again and again and again just to show that we're not gonna stop throw us us in jail that just gives into the system and it encourages them to continue to abuse you. The problem is you run out of money you fight and activists. Well you know i was i was completely destitute by the time i was done with <hes> with activism or that kind of activism and i've never recovered yeah. It's certainly it's no. There's no doubt in my i mind that is a challenge to especially especially even if you're willing to do it getting other people's to continue to do it and tobacco you up because you do people back up and they are willing to throw people in jail and i i think they also changed the sign edge to if i recall correctly the sign of the jail became more restrictive as well as far as like areas that you can't go to that weren't clear previously became more clear. Where'd you guys circling the gel so you weren't even on the pre around the jail probably a property but yeah the difference no cited jr. Okay okay gotcha yeah right after the trespass of twelve arrests happened. If i recall correctly anyway a lot of that is probably still on youtube as far as the trials and that that kind of thing but the the interesting thing. I told you during the break but i want to rely on the air was that <hes> <hes> nobody you got off the charges because you guys showed up late so they couldn't prove that you've received the the the notice which they really couldn't prove any of us either but we were definitely there at the time proved that we did not receive the notice we even there when it was given <hes> but what happened was there were like still more than half a dozen people that went went to trial on this and only one in person was found not guilty everybody else got convicted and we were all convicted by the same judge but the one person who was found not guilty was conveyed was found not guilty by a different judge who happened to have the case in that one day right like the normal judge had a night offer or a day or was on vacation when this other guys is trial happened so he got the sort of the alternate fill in judge so that's that was particularly interesting because normally when it comes to court you never get to compare apples to apples bulls. You never get to really like you. Don't know what would happen if you approached your case in a different way. You don't know what would happen if you had a different attorney. You don't know what would happen if if you had a different judge except in this case because all the facts were exactly the same. We were all in the same group. The man gave the notice to the group and so the only only thing that changed between the cases was the the man wearing the robe. All the difference very much reminds me of the situation of even when you're right right okay even when it's one hundred percents clear as day that you right in the law right in this particular case might be true but even it's clear the system is biased. The judges are biased so you really even when you're hundred right you only fifty fifty chance god forbid if you're not right yeah you know we know also didn't have an attorney right so like <hes>. You've had some success recently gordon. I don't know how you can talk about but <hes>. If you wanna talk about it we can but you had some success. You hired a professional you. You know who obviously knows the system a heck of a lot better than us average activists who we have experience in the courtroom doesn't mean that we're good at it necessarily as as far as knowing all the ins and outs and so that's probably one of the reasons why we got slaughtered yeah yeah and like what i was saying fifty fifty. I'm talking about with a layer not without yeah right. Let me just clarify. Thanks for that yeah yeah. <hes> did you wanna say anything about your your status quite yet okay. We're we can say the charges. Charges were dropped. The charges were certainly got arrested crossing the street. I was there. I got it on video. This was in manchester because again the only recent arrests in manchester. There have been a keen activists jerem jeremy. That's true yeah. That's true. That's true yeah. That's true but you you tried crossing the street during a d._u._i. Checkpoint you're trying to get a better angle or whatever with your camera and you ended up getting an angle of screaming <hes> frothing cop yelling at you. Did you ever get that footage back by the way yeah i did get the footage bag. I don't know if that ever got released. I i don't think so consider when you're ready to talk about all the details on <hes> there's thursday the reason the reason we talk about it is even though the case has been settled negotiations uh-huh right it's or yeah the case with the criminal case was dropped but the civil lawsuit against the manchester police department. I just said it was settled so that no i can't say i can't say it was said okay so you're taking talking about the <music> framing i misspoke criminal but as far as the civil aspects of it that is still being negotiated <hes> <hes> i can't say i don't want to say anything more than it's not done. Yet is what you're saying. I don't have a check. Let's put it that way so until i check my mouth is and you you may or may not be able to say how much the check is worth i mean i don't know if the deal is kiss. I don't think it matters and i think i'm not going to say it not for more of a principled reason and then you know because i don't think i think it's irrelevant i think i don't think it's really interesting because it gives some idea of what people can expect like when i got a uh when i got arrested in in town hall in palmer massachusetts and that went to the a._c._l._u. of massachusetts picked up that case. I got a five thousand dollar. Check out of that and i was in a in a jail cell for a few hours there in palmer so you know five grand for a few hours time. That's not terrible. It's not bad yeah. Maybe maybe i'll have to think about it. I mean if you can walk away with fifty then. You know that's even better right. You didn't do a night in jail right. We got to a night in jail and i i don't wanna go into it. At this point. You had the hassle of having to deal with court stress shirt and that's worth you know that's worth something is it is i think i think it's more you know what evidence is is more important than you know the the mount mount it doesn't to me doesn't i don't care what it is but i know you don't care and i didn't either but it's something to be said and it's nice if you could afford to buy a new camera right like with the only people when judgments are the ones who can say. I don't care about the money. I thought why did civil suit had nothing to do. I mean look. It's not worth pursuing assuming well. Maybe it could be in some cases but let's let's put it this way. It's not necessarily worth my time and energy. I mean this is. We're talking about multiple years now. Going on justice is slow ars. He's been two years so at least two years so you know the whole justice. System is so slow and the amount of time and energy you put into it. It's not necessarily sir. I mean it's not worth it. I mean it's it's worth it from an activist perspective but it certainly i'm not saying that it's not going to be beneficial to some people more than others. I financially but i wouldn't into activism for the money you know. Put it that way. No there's not much money in activists yeah yeah as many people have discovered the hard way. I think that much starvation in activists. I was more interested in bringing a lawsuit to make a point. No i totally agree with you know that said the attorneys. Gotta get paid right right and that's what that money usually goes to a good chunk of. It usually goes out goes i would be i am. I be satisfied with a basically any settlement and ideally covering the costs of the lawsuit and the criminal case. I think that's what's the you can't get into activism expecting to make money now. That's not to say that. Activism can't bring some funds in but it's pretty rare that that will it'll be like enough to live on <hes> free. Talk live is managed to do something different because we're doing a radio show broadcast radio show that has the opportunity due to monetize but even then it's still not bringing in like a an s. load of radio yeah. There's not a whole lot of money radio. I think something else to point out is that it's it's not just that you shouldn't try to make money off of activism. I think you should especially when you're going to be using it to put that money back into activism but i think that feed yourself every right like no no that's fine but i don't necessarily every step that you take is the most beneficial outcome is basically to profit sometimes. You're you're better off doing activism for publicity reasons or to get more people on your cause or to you know absolutely in the mood in hampshire or we should not be doing activism if your motivation is to get rich etched because you're going to fail and people are going to see that if they if they feel like you're out there just trying to girls who got rich by doing activism. We'll good for them. I mean i mean if you're if you're if you're a female and you're relatively attractive. You have a whole lot more options generally in in in life than the average. I honestly am more interested in seeing more court. Cases more wins more just publicity from that perspective for people. That stuff is happening here. 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These procedures have just gone too far. Let's take a look at a disturbing cell phone video. That's been making the rounds on the internet. Shop the transfer in your head come on man. They just two bucks. Go come on man. I didn't do let me kiss you. Look the cops can either people now before there's violence or they can be kissing a bunch of the dead bodies at a crime scene. The onion news network free talk. It's free talk live. You can bring up whatever you want here. Our toll free number is eighty. The five four hundred fifty free like freedom. That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three with you tonight. It's ian nobody and chris. You can bring up anything that you want. <hes> we're going to talk about the f._b._i. And a list of known terrorists that apparently actually been ruled unconstitutional plus coming up facebook leaks out a whole bunch of other phone numbers. Apparently we'll tell you more about that and actually just got an interesting thread from a listener of ours. Who's is a free talk. Live amplifier named leah. She sent this in as a potential show. Topic <hes> nobody have you ever heard of dana larsen before no <hes> <hes> so this person is fairly i. I've heard the name previously i think he's probably more well known in the canadian cannabis legalization seen anyway anyway. He's got himself a twitter thread on the myth of cannabis potency. We've heard in recent weeks the u._s. Surgeon general has come out against cannabis against legalisation. <hes> has trotted out the old claim of quotes. This ain't your your mother's marijuana not enough. People know that today's marijuana is far more than in days past. This is a recent quote from in u._s. Surgeon general dr jerome adams. What does that imply. I mean obviously that implies that it's more dangerous but where's the evidence is more ordine. The action of cannabis what it implies is that people are the same amount of high with a higher blood blood t._h._c. level. It suggests you don't need as much to get get to that point. <hes> either they smoke less or they develop a tolerance for more so in the long run. It doesn't matter because i'm the long run you're only really high. When you're higher than usual you know you kind of establish baseline and with stronger we'd well that baseline is is the fallacy. I think thinking this is it. You don't actually if it's not killing people right. Where is the danger in getting more high than like being less like where is the danger like. I i don't i don't see it. There is no danger. You may go to sleep sooner. That's about it right right like i. I'm not quite sure heavy machinery do you no good it just it. It just seems to be very manipulative. In terms of totally right of <hes> you know the steam and its implication what you might think is. It's more dangerous but that's not really really necessarily the case it is. I want to see evidence of that. What he does here is actually he goes back in time and he looked so twitter's limited in the number of characters doctors two hundred and eighty. I think is what you can post so. He does a thread where he posts multiple times so there's the first post is from today not today but you know with the last month where this current u._s. Surgeon general jerome adams makes the claim so in his expos he says all right sounds like the weed they smoke back in the nineties must have been pretty weak. Let's see they were saying about marijuana potency at the time in one thousand nine hundred five u._s. drug czar. Lee brown told the media that quote marijuana is forty times more or potent today than ten fifteen twenty years ago then here's what joe biden then senate judiciary committee chair had to say nineteen ninety-six about how strong marijuana had become quote. It's like comparing buckshot in a shotgun shell to a laser guided missile us joe biden heiden. That's my favorite strain is ways guided. How does he know the net the name of that straight exact marksman himself the next one so the nineteen eighties cannabis must have been pretty weak then let's see quote from the national institute of drug abuse from nineteen eighty-six quote in the potency of marijuana has increased sevenfold in the past eleven years smoking one marijuana cigarette now is equivalent to smoking seven cigarettes nine in order ten years ago so basically it's getting better. The quality of the product is getting better probably yeah. That's not necessarily false overtime but it's not like what they're saying. It also reminds me of is the better the better when you're when you're talking about weed right the less other other crap that you've put it is the healthier it's going to get for you right theoretically less of one other crap and whatever other ingredients that they're adding in other words than we'd we'd okay so they teach these levels getting higher but they're doing is they're breeding. I was assuming that they're they're degrading quality of it. When when you say what you actually get in the product no increased level in the plant is actually getting higher. The quality is increasing not by the factors that they claim away but there are certainly more t._h._c. in modern we'd and also you <hes> people now almost exclusively smoke. Oh quote we used to call haiti's and you don't see low quality weed on the market anymore at all it's pretty much and that has has to do with growers combining strains and being able to grow in controlled conditions and learning more about how to you know better grow weed without pets <hes> <hes> or without <hes> diseases taking over crops and so there's you know there's things have gotten better. Especially as legalization has come in and <hes> and allowed allowed for more above ground grows more development of that of history but let's go on. There's more quotes because again they keep talking about how potent every decade they're claiming how much more potent is so. Let's let's go back in time further again. We were in the eighties there now. We go back to the nineteen seventies so he says do this again. Dana larsen at dana larsen on and that's l. e. r. s. d._n._a. D._n._a. d._n._a. Dana larsen anyway so if the cannabis now is three times stronger than the stuff in the nineties which was forty times stronger than the stuff in the eighties which was seven times stronger than the stuff in nineteen seventy-five well then we can only assume that the weed in the seventies was pretty weak in one thousand nine hundred seventy five. They said we'd was twenty. Times stronger than the nineteen sixties sixties quote the grass kids are buying in the school yard parking lot for ten dollars. A lid is not what it used to be the potency of the jamaican colombian variety hideous fifteen to twenty times stronger than our nine thousand nine hundred sixties variety that a quote from paul harvey who was a columnist at the time but i i suspect that's the the infamous radio paul harvey and then finally infamous for not infamous famous. I guess probably okay number seven. Here's the link link to an article in the guy who said let me tell you the rest of the story right that's in <hes> and then he actually links to the article that he got that quote from he says going on if we take take all this at face value then compared to the canvas of the nineteen sixties our modern we'd is about three times forty times seven times fifteen times stronger which makes one modern joint equivalent to twelve thousand six hundred out of the nineteen sixties variety meanwhile in the nineteen one thousand nine hundred fifty s they were reporting that a puff from cannabis cigarette could drive people to insanity and murder and up compared cannabis to heroin potent z. They were they were. They flew into a murderous rage was so bad bad. Maybe there's some traffic the thing that they were suggesting. I don't think so. I don't think so yeah i gotta get handed to this guy and that was one of the most those well-researched brilliant short things that one could read about the the lies just the absolute lies being told by the prohibitionists over decades that cades the same lie told her and over and over again so anyway that just wanted to share. Thank you leah for sending that in here here tonight. Let's change gears and get to something that is pretty serious issue terrorism. We talked a little bit about terrorism last night pointing <music> out that anything that has done that essentially uses violence to achieve political goals is is terror. That's what the government gang does. They do it all the time and they're constantly involved in creating terrorism but i suspect they were not on their own list of terrorist. The f._b._i. Was not listing themselves whereas not on the list. So what's the news stories from reason and it's it's basically now. The title is a little misleading. It's it's not that the list itself has has been rolling constitutional but certainly <hes> various aspects of it have been rolling constitutional which kind of undermines the list now. I'm sure they're going to get into it but is this the <hes> much ballyhooed terrorist watch list that they had the airport at the no fly list the no fly list just wanted to make sure they have more than one of these ladies they have lots of lists and this is the one that most of this. I'm on boy and how would you find that out yeah wouldn't be able to do. We're gonna get into what happened here. <hes> coming up from reason dot com also your calls and thoughts are welcome. Our toll free number's eight fifty five four fifty free plus facebook once again as lost track of your data if you're we're on facebook if you're not well. You've probably avoided this and we'll tell you more about it. Coming up eight fifty five four fifty free like freedom. You can join us here on free talk live. 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How long long as occurred and how long this has been going on how many people have been affected and been told a we're sorry mr habib. You can't fly today because you have the same name as somebody who we think is a terrorist. I mean this literally stopped some people from flop many people from flying for twenty years right. That's how long it's taken to get this basically change the the system. You know wow so. What are they doing. What's new so what's new. I'll let me start a little bit and they'll say so. We may not us here. We may finally be seeing an end to george w. Bush era security theater and voted embodied in f._b._i.'s abysmally flawed terrorist. I watch list on wednesday so it's non violent or no fly list on wednesday. A federal judge ruled that the official terrorist screening database so the the same thing that has grown to more than one million known or suspected terrorists including thousands of american citizens was unconstitutional. Now that's a summary marie <hes> but <hes> it's <hes> let me go into a little bit more. There is no evidence contention that any of these plaintiffs satisfied the definition of a known the terrorists wrote judge anthony trend of the district court for the eastern district of virginia so somebody found some of the people i mean whichever organization position i j or whoever took this case <hes> found some of these people who'd been denied access to flying yeah and they said we're suing and they you know these folks put these themselves in front of this judge. The judge looked looked into their history or whatever and it's like yeah. These people shouldn't have been on this list. There's no reason why should have been on this list. This list scrap yet basically there twenty-three people involved <hes> that that basically in this lawsuit <hes> his decision echoes what civil liberties groups muslim americans libertarians and others have been saying being for nearly two decades an individual's place into the database does not require any evidence that the person engaged in criminal activity even suspicion suspicion right right not only. It's not just criminal activity but it's supposed to be for terrorism which criminal activity is not terrorism but this can be in some circumstances committed a crime crime or will commit a crime or will commit a crime or we'll commit a crime well. That's an interesting claim in the future. The judge pointed out. There's no evidence that they have will commit a crime. I thought he was saying that. That's one of the things they could do is put somebody in the database. They think they will commit a crime. No that that is well that that's based is i mean people are put in that on less the nat something that there that you know their friend on social media posted and maybe they hit lo que yeah they're putting people into this based on associations and things of the writer so there's no reason to believe that these people don't even know of anything yeah gonna come in and cry like there's no basis support. The judge to his credit is acknowledging that with rare the brawny years later twenty years later justice. This is slow and it's easier for them to pass these laws than it is for them to throw them out just as especially slow when you live under government. It's devoted right right. Yeah i mean it's true. It's true they can just go and pass another law that does the same thing and it'll be another twenty years before it gets right and that's the thing i want to don't take the devil's advocate position here is like oh. Let's see guys this proves. The government works. Yeah it took him a little while. It took a little while but they're made they made the right decisions. Nations thousands of people had to be inconvenienced million plus people on the list but you know you gotta break a few eggs to make an omelet. It's the best system we have in the whole world you you know this is this reminds me of the child online protection act or something of that nature that it took like five times five or six times. The government has basically passed this law and i don't i don't even know what the what it had to do with but it's like this blatantly unconstitutional law and five or six times like the supreme court threw it out and basically kept doing changes the made little the changes to the law in numerous times and they basically just kept passing punishment to them. There's no punishment for them to pass it again and again and again so they just kind of choir. Five five people five different people to sit in prison. Well well was debated. I don't really remember the details. I just remember usually if it gets to the supreme court. Somebody's in prison is an over it yeah i i suspect probably and i don't really remember what the child online protection act it. I don't know if it outlawed porn online or what the heck it exactly but it was something stupid like that and and yeah and basically they just kept throwing it out again and again and again because congress kept passing the same thing again and again and again with little to no change and in in some cases. I don't think there was any changes. It doesn't even just happen just a congress at the u._s. Congress level it happens at the state and the lowest level as well. We've seen the city council in keene new new hampshire little town of twenty three thousand people <hes> where they passed a law or an ordinance. I guess correct term. They passed an ordinance right against against the so-called synthetic marijuana or synthetic drugs. Which were you know this bad bad stuff and arguably. It's not that great but they what they did was. They actually acknowledged publicly. The the city attorney told them yeah if somebody challenges this. It's probably going to get thrown out because in new hampshire we have. What's called a non home rule. There's no home rule in new hampshire and what that means is the cities and towns can only pass ordinances ordinances that they are expressly authorized by legislation at the state level to pass so the state level legislators have to say okay. If you you wanna ban knives you can ban knives. They haven't said that there are no knife bans in in new hampshire but they wouldn't be able to ban knives unless the the state government said you can't so it makes sense. That's what home rule is right so we don't have it here but they went ahead and passed the ban on the synthetic drugs anyway and the city attorney tells them openly in public meeting eating. 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That's eight five five four five zero. <hes> three seven three three were once again talking about the security theater and <hes> we're talking about specifically the security theater found at airports specifically specifically in this case the no fly list which for a long time made headlines in the united states where people who had had no criminal history whatsoever like like a nun or something like that i recall there is at least one story involving none <hes> getting caught up on these no fly fly list because they had the same name as somebody who the government believed had some sort of criminal criminal terrorism potential potential and or history or alleged connections and just having the same name was enough to get you told can't fly and this this is why two year olds were on the list exactly so there was a lot of upset about those two year. Olds are pretty sketchy. I know right. Some of them can be terrorists. I will say this through at this point at this point. Some of them are adults. Oh yeah they'll be probably twenty two years old at this point. I'm not quite two thousand one was when okay so we'll have to wait to tour not quite to twenty years but adults at least there's i mean there's kids born <hes>. There's the kids joining the military. Today in many cases weren't even alive. I at that at that time so you've got the story here <hes> chris from tango dot com. That's your website by the way to go. Check out there. Also freedom decrypted <hes> dot com a show that the both of you who host on saturday afternoons yes. That's five to eight ish now p._m. Eastern time p._m. Eastern time you can check out the show by watch live is a video show <hes> and then you can also download a podcast version as well. It's like a libertarian tech show. It is libertarian talk. Show we cover <hes> basically a lot of the same stuff on as we do on free talk live but <hes> we more especially go into more technical issues <hes> as well we tend to we tend to lean that direction on friday nights because you guys guys are here right right and so it's perfect night to talk about things like facebook losing a bunch of people who don't know about tackle the people who are going to be home on friday night. It's true that's very true. Why would the people who don't know about tech be home on friday. I'm saying people who know about tax. I guess this much true all right so there was a court case federal court judge said this is unconstitutional or at the very least having these people people on the list is unconstitutional. I'm not really clear on exactly what it's a due process issue. It was what it is and they were added to the list without any knowledge or process civility yeah so these people are told that they're on the list until their late or refused to they're. They're basically told they can't fly today. You won't be able to fly today but they're not told that they're on the list even though they're not told why they can't fly right you're not apply. They can't even tell them that. They're not even being told they're on the low last you just ridiculous. You're just told you can't fly doc or something to that effect when you flash at the airport when you show up to you know don't fly. I hate that. I wonder how many times that happens before you just give give up on flying and he's like why obvious when when they won't tell you what it why why you can't fly it's kind of obvious you're on a low fly list right like i would think it's obvious but maybe it's not obvious to everybody theoretically if it was some other reason it had nothing to do with you being if it was if you weren't on the no-fly oh fight list denying you the ability to fight for some other reason they'd be able to tell you so you can come to conclude that you must be on the news about it. I mean not everybody about the people in the world are dumber than average. That's true yeah so let's see here so these were all muslims that were were involved in this trend noted that the list restricts their ability to fly in engage in everyday activities he's and backed the plaintiffs concerns that they were flagged secretly and without clear methodology -nology we see reports the washington post <hes> the plaintiffs were represented by the council of american islamic relations. Okay okay so so was not who you thought it was. <hes> who's executive director niyad award said that the secret of watchlist has actually been a muslim registry created in in the wake of the widespread islamaphobia of the early two thousands a muslim registry okay. That's an interesting perspective to look at it as if it's only or in mostly affecting muslims than yeah if that was the intention. Maybe it was the intention. He's probably also includes <hes> so i i think mostly why it was affecting muslim. It was mostly muslims names on the list but that doesn't necessarily mean that somebody who's not muslim council yeah quitting also be affected car has a half dozen other cases pending in federal courts across the country and this opinion all pave the way for our continued victories. I hope so yeah as you said. This was. Just federal district court like the lowest <hes> federal court basically <hes>. Let's say the supreme court at the top. Oh was that the supreme court. It was a supreme court but i mean we're talking about one judge. I don't think you may have statement about any <hes> you you. You didn't make vote on wednesday a federal judge it didn't. That's got to be a district court. Judge not even in the supreme court yeah so this is an early victory for the the watchlist presumably presumably sorry twenty years in we've got an initial victory the lowest possible level presumably the department of homeland security the t._s._a. Whoever it is it was ready. Take you know justice department representing the governments <hes> goons side. They're going to likely appeal this yeah and it's going to go up to the court of appeals and then it can go up to the supreme court so go ahead and block in another decade on this before we actually find out what the court i have. I have a quote here. The perfect car will continue to fight until the the full scope of the government's shadowy watchlist activities as disclose to the american public ice. Let's see a key argument by many who are advocating for getting rid of section thirty is that various internet platforms need to take more responsibility or have some sort of do you wait a minute. No i think it's i'm sorry that's ended the story. Yeah that's all right. I thought there was a little bit more interesting nonetheless and like i said you know get ready for another decade of waiting at the very least probably five more years before this could possibly make get to the supreme court yeah. I have to wonder if it's if they're i wonder if they're going to you know kinda. You kind of wonder what points can have what what is going to happen at this point like are they continue to be able to use this list or they have to stop using this list until they get a you know a different rolling. I would think that's a good question that would require. I think an injunction rights against the list. I know how about how the courts were gleeful would require an in injunction and then the government could ask for a stay of the injunction nine while they're appealing because that presumes are going to appeal so it's probably true that they're going to appeal if they didn't appeal then presumably they'd have to stop using the list but if they file filed their intention to appeal then that should stay the judgement i would think and that's why the the the the plaintiffs would have to file for an injunction to say well. Let's needs the employee. Maybe that's something that depends on the judge because you can you can have the judge keep the <hes>. I think he has the authority to to either. Stay his own order or not stay his own order and that's kind of a <hes> an indicator of how important he thinks it is. Maybe another other you know maybe forty some time. Some of these two year olds are forty or fifty. They'll be able to fly seriously system. This is how messed up our system is. That's awful awful. The toll free number if you wanna join us maybe you've had an experience with airline. Security are specifically t._s._a. On airline security but t._s._a. Agents telling you that you couldn't fly and you know keeping quiet as to what the reasons were for a few years back. I was on some kind of list. It wasn't a no fly. It was a extra extra screening list where every time i was in this it only lasted for like a year and it was after one of my arrests in keene area. 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It's a bizarre set of circumstances that has seen countless. <hes> numbers of foreign nationals rejected from the united states after friends family or even strangers send messages images or videos over social media sites like facebook or twitter and encrypted messaging apps like whatsapp which are then downloaded the travelers phone latest case saw palestinian national living in lebanon and and would-be harvard freshman denied entry to the united states just before the start of his school year immigration. I think they've sensory the reverse themselves themselves on that <hes> what really date on the article <hes> pretty recent august twenty seventh so just over a week ago okay yeah i think i think he is actually arrived david harvard now okay check well. That's good news but that's probably because he got some press. Attention happens all the time. I mean when you're when you're a harvard ever graduate or not harvard graduate harvard student right. You're going to be able to get a little bit of lee right ivy lee i mean that's ivy. League league is one of the top of it is gonna go to bat for you and right right place and then you're also talking about one of the top seven schools in the united eight states. Yeah i mean there are some of the top schools in the world so you're yeah i mean nobody else is gonna get me if you're going to some other school in the united states. You're not at the kind of treatment integration officers at boston. Logan international airport are said to have question is male wahi a we ate seventeen for his religion legend and religious practices. He told the school newspaper the harvard crimson the officers who searched his phone and computer reportedly took issue with his friends social media activity so you know we've talked before and there's more to the story here on get into it but we've talked before about these border searches where if you have a electronic device they are authorized to either. Take it from you physically and keep it or have you put in the password to give them access to the device then they search it. Sometimes they'll do it in front of you. Sometimes they'll do it in secret and <hes> <hes> then they'll give it back to you if they don't have something to arrest you. There's there's nothing that <hes> <hes> they don't have any kind of authority to force you to enter the password. They haven't authorities. Take the laptop topped said it's either or i could make that might make somebody think they can force you okay. Thank you for clarifying. That's what i want to make clear. I want people to make sure that they refused to under understand that your laptop or your devices can be taken but go ahead and refuse. I would and i certainly am definitely you can afford to buy another laptop. You hundred laptops the typical understandably but it's still something. If you have the money you should do it. I would encourage people to do it. Well i mean courage people to fedex that <unk> home fedex at home. That would be a way to save some money for sure. They're not going to be able to search it. It's going through the mail channels basically <hes> and and that's one option right to to go to the place where you're going because they they are not going to search you likely on the way out of the united states. I've not heard of that happening. Blessing it'd be impossible <hes> but it <hes> usually from what other country that does the searching right usually you don't see customs until you come back and the other option. Nobody buddy is to prepare for the search meaning. This is what i've done because they've done this to me and i knew they could do it right. So what you can do is you can kind of sanitize your device right and look. I'm not saying you've got something illegal on your computer but what we're finding out here. Is that something someone someone said to. You can be enough reason for them to deny you access to the united states so even though you think i don't have anything to hide. You may actually have something into high that you didn't know you. You know you had to hide. It might have just been a conversation with your mother or you know somebody online who's a critic of the government or whatever and if they see that as their pawing through all your stuff what if they see free talk live podcast down voted. I don't know who knows what's going to set them off and there's another arisen. You shouldn't give them your password because once they once you give them your password they can also plant something on you and laptop that can then be proo proof that it was you who <hes> you know it was you who created that evidence. Are you know it's it's tied you right. You can't deny it at that point but what you can deny but the they're going to say that the fact that you had the password is evidence that it you know it was if they're manufacturing evidence against you. You've got a real tough time. Sure sure you do but <hes> <hes> you know something. That's encrypted is a little bit harder to make the claim. You know what you're saying is if you can supply the password that proves that the devices vices right as opposed if there's one of the system. There's nothing to prove that it's your in your possession. It was in your possession right but it's still it's still going to be from a lawyer's perspective. It's going to be easier to defend somebody who has a laptop that doesn't have any passwords on it from having an encryption on it and dan supply the password. I'm actually surprised there hasn't been like a lennox distribution that has actually looked at this issue and said okay well. We'll just do one of those sort of second level encryption. Things and i don't know what the actual term for this is that we don't talk about that on the air dominant talk about kidding. It's not a secret to people that know about encryption stuff but if you have an encrypted drive encrypted folder or whatever in some some encryption programs will allow you to have like the dummy version of your under gunpoint kind of put in a password that's not really the the real password and get you into an area that isn't encrypted area that you could have like some files that you don't care if the government fines but if you put in those lille copy of the constitution and india but if you put in the real password password then you get into your actual files so when you're forced to put in a password or you're put under threat dress and coercion or whatever to put in a password you put in kind of the government goon dummy password and it only lets you into a very limited operating system with like just a web browser and you know the constitution as the the homepage or whatever ever does that not exist how come they haven't done this yet because lennox would be perfect place right. I mean actually prevents them from gaining access to the data. If you have something that you don't want them to access i mean in the united states at least this'll work you can simply deny them access if sure but then you lose the lab <hes> so if you just pay two thousand dollars for a laptop or a thousand bucks 'cause laptops. Decent ones aren't cheap paid several hundred dollars in. You're not a laptop store owner owner then. It's probably a pretty big ding to you to lose any given laptop that you have true but then again if some government goon has walked off with your password in your laptop. You probably don't ever want to trust that laptop again. It should probably be burned. You don't know what you're yeah. Yeah a security vulnerability if you give them a password and get all your why formatted the thing as soon as i got back yeah i mean i wouldn't trust any device that i headed who aguna government and then they basically touched sean well. It wasn't even my normal hard-right. Put a special hard drive on there with just a good idea. The other thing you can do is put a <hes> a backup clone your hard drive before you leave. Take the clone with you and then just completely blank the clone on the way for you come back. That's another option. It's not foolproof solution but it does it. Does it's a good idea yeah. That's certainly good again so there are options when it comes to this but unfortunately thousands thousands tens of thousands of people have had their devices searched and not just people not just foreigners but people from the united states eighth fifty five four fifty three more about what's going on with <hes> the border patrol in moments. This is free talk live. Our three next and arkadelphia is a conference dedicated to the principles of liberty individual sovereignty and freedom from coercion located in philadelphia. 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He was trying to go to college <hes> trying to go to harvard the apparent early and was stopped at boston logan international airport where immigration bureaucrats questioned him and searched his phone and computer now. Here's a question for you and i you know i don't know <hes>. This may take an attorney immigration attorney to answer this but we know that you as a u._s. So-called person or citizen or whatever don't have to consent to the device search but what about somebody who doesn't didn't live here because they have a fairly wide range of ability to deny access based on however it is they feel about the you know the person trying to get in and so i would probably be denied entry if you're a foreigner coming into the united states and refused to provide password. That's what i'm that's. What i'm thinking is the case so he probably had to give them access to that device. Now that doesn't mean he couldn't have prepared himself as you suggested earlier nobody by ship it shipping computer or at the very least putting a dummy hard-drive in it and just like a web browser on it with no you know per browsing history 'cause they don't go through your suitcase looking for spare hard drives. Oh yes they would do that yeah. They searched my bags. <hes> okay yeah they when i say they i'm talking about when i got the device research that happened to me that i was expecting to happen at some point and it did happen to me so you know obviously they've got their bureaucrats that search at the normal searching points points out out there but they searched while i was in their custody and while they were searching you know before they searched my electronics. They searched my bags four electron ix so they wanted to look through my camera. They wanted to look through my phone and they wanted to look through my laptop. I suspect if they could identify a hard drive in a you know a backpack pocket or something like that. They would probably want to to see that as well with my oh for sure again this at the border not correct zero national slow by within the united states. That's correct so let me get back into the story here because you'd said nobody that this person is smell. Aswa asja was apparently the feds reversed their decision about this headline said he'd been led in yeah well. Of course he's from harvard so i'm sure that <hes> played played roll. What about all the thousands of people who've had their devices searched who had no justice whatsoever for what happened to them now. They've had no justice whatsoever exactly now. The good news is the electronic frontier. Foundation does have a law suit. That's pending about this very issue and there's about a dozen people who are named in that particular lawsuit so there's there's there's some gears turning on this one but you know who knows it might take another decade before we get any meaningful opinions out of the courts <hes> they cancelled his visa by the way and he was summarily merrily deported for someone else's views for those just tuning in. That's one of the important parts about this story. This isn't just a story about how bad it is that the government searches people's devices because that's bad and we've reported on that here but this is the story about how that search of your device even though you're thinking oh there's no big deal. I don't have anything illegal on there. There's no bomb making materials stereo. There's no you know porn or whatever he didn't have anything illegal on his laptop. What he had was opinions from his friend's opinions from people people that he knew in chats that he'd had with them the officers <hes> said that was enough reason to cancel his visa and tell him you're you can't come in the it may not have even no matter whether or not he had any computers at all. I should also point out because they're demanding passwords to social media. They're looking at social media so if i've heard they're asking i've heard they're demanding passwords but not only that just looking even if even if you don't even if they don't have access your account that doesn't necessarily mean they can't see what you have posted or friends of people who posted that are associated with your account. If you've got your friends list that's unlocked because some people do lock that data down that doesn't necessarily necessarily mean that they don't have access to look at facebook faecal face coffey because facebook continues to leak databases of information so we'll get into that story to i've got one right so they can actually go back at certain periods of time at a minimum and say okay we download. This leaked data data chat logs. Yeah i mean we're talking about. Millions of people's information's have been leaked so they can make connections even without having access to current data so they could say okay well. We're we're gonna look at so and so what they've been posting even if you don't bring a computer or anything if there's some association with your name and they can look it up within their own databases already exist. This is from crunch dot com. They say the u._s. Border is a bizarre space where u._s. Law exists largely to benefit the immigration officials who decide whether or not to admit or deny entry to travelers and few protect the travelers themselves both u._s. Citizens and foreign nationals alike are subjected to unwanted searches or excuse me unwarranted rather. I'm sure they're also unwanted searches and few rights to free speech and many have limited access to legal counsel. There's nobody who has access to legal counsel <hes> effectively. It's brought their attorney with them. It wouldn't even matter they will. They will stop and it's actually in the point of the points. I wanna make out. Even if you are all right lawyer you'll be denied access to early council and even search data that is privileged data of a lawyer and wow really yes i. I heard this from a lawyer who has had this happened like somebody who's an attorney from outside who turney <hes> u._s. Attorney who traveled outside the united states and went back in in the united states and she of course you know stepped up and said hey this is not legal. I am a lawyer year my credentials whatever and it didn't matter and she let them into the devices. I don't know that she let them into the devices because that would be that would cause problems but they certainly gained access to the devices so they may not have had a password probably not. I suspect well. It's easy to route a windows box. If you sure you want security but this is it's happening routinely to lawyers attorneys so when they travel international trade there are certain there's i don't i don't recall all the details but there are certain steps that is ben advised for lawyers to take when traveling internationally especially because of this but there stories. I believe a case that is i think there's a case that's occurring <hes>. It's gonna be working. Its way through the legal system. Either there is or there is going to be. I understand <hes> <hes> so that this may change but who knows it might be twenty years before you know there's some new ruling then about that case coming i wouldn't recall and i probably wouldn't have have enough information in regards to either way because well one. She's not if it was a case that was specific to her or somebody. Surrounding her she she wouldn't pass on that information for obvious reasons and if it was a case is ongoing already then you know it would be in the newspaper but i don't. I still wouldn't necessarily know what that they haven't read about. It and it's given border officials a far wider surface area to deny travelers entry sometimes for arbitrary reasons. Oh yeah typical day u._s. Customs and border protection processes one point one three million passengers by plane sea and land and deny entry to more than seven hundred sixty people says every day sometimes a denial is clear such as past criminal conviction or wrong documentation but all too often no specific reasons are given and there are no no grounds to appeal you. If you're a citizen you can't be denied entry to the united states. That was true so just be aware of that. When you're coming they can seize your devices in such things but happily eventually after let you in so don't don't be afraid to put up a fight c._p._t. Also claims to have what critics say is broadly unconstitutional powers to search travelers phones including those of u._s. Citizens at the border without needing a warrant last year c._p._a._p. Search thirty thousand travellers devices a four times increase in two thousand fifteen without any need for reasonable suspicion suspicion and that's what we were discussing earlier. They're not clear at tech crunch that they actually don't have the power to search those phones as you pointed out chris. They have the power to ask you to give them the password or put in the password. I did not give them the password. I put in the past right right. I'm again i was i knew that this was a possibility so i prepared my devices as much as possible for this or they will steal your device from you and you will probably never see it again unless you wanna hire an attorney to try to fight to get your five hundred thousand dollar laptop back and spend thousands of dollars on an attorney to try to do that so be aware of what the potential is going through these. There's probably a better chance of you. Get in your top back if they sees it from you at the border actually than any investigation. <hes> let me think that i've heard they like six months to a year but you probably ship it back here you go. It might be broken. Yeah you migrate back toll-free number woo. They smashed. 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That's eight five five four. I five zero three seven three. Were talking about a pretty intimidating circumstance. Net is crossing the international border into the united states or not friendly people <hes> they are not there to help you. They're there to find an excuse to kick you out or not. Allow you to come in the first place and now they're using social social media posts by other people that appear on your device that they are searching at the border <hes> whether they're searching it you no because they can if you're an international person or they're searching it because you've given them permission to do so they will then use the evidence that they find signed. Even if it wasn't evidence that you created somebody sends you a message. Maybe even know the person they send you a message that they find to be objectionable. They will deny you access to the united states. That's what they've been doing to people. As we're discussing here you can join us. 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We continue continue with your calls and thoughts. Somebody who does a fair amount of international traveling is gene the christian anarchist. You're on r amp only call in lines on dischord. Go ahead jeanne yeah guys. I'll tell you about the time they detained me but before i do that you mentioned earlier about having a laptop that had to passwords is words and there is an that works there steph telegraphy. I think is the big inaugural thinking of but that's hiding decipher taxed next within like an image or something like that. It's just merely hiding it basically so they they. They're looking at one thing but they think it's another so hold on. What is this program. It's not a program. There's there's an old you're no. There's an old program that not call drew crypt this trip and you can make a true crypt container that it could be an entirely heart tired drive and have a password. That's a fake password and then a real password and the fake password gives you access team right right. That's what i was describing earlier. Where one password kind of lead you into a dummy version of the drive and then another one is the actual one. I didn't know you could do that to the entire hard drive with with true crypt. Yes true crypt could do all of this stuff and then all of a sudden overnight. They just said we're not gonna. Have you tried. Have you tried this. Yes yes that works with the with okay. So here's the thing there's full disk encryption and then there's right like lenox likes with physically i'm talking about. Oh there's true to true. There's all sorts of true disc full disk encryption programs for lennox and windows as well. <hes> transcript is one of these programs but the features or the hidden <hes> like multiple password thing you enter password gives you one thing enter another that i don't think works with the booting of functionality of it so right there's full disk encryption and if it's installed like if you have windows installed or something of that nature or lennox and you you can have a partition that's encrypted so that's still folded encryption. That's where you do that with but i don't think what amounts to booting system. You can do it yeah. I've never tried encrypting the whole drive. I've just encrypted a container and had a fake password for that container. That's right it is theory seriously being developed and their walker had said basically it was compromised so using deviations of it either i think i think that they were pressured by the government to discontinue that. I don't think it's compromised. I think because i haven't seen any evidence that it's compromised anyway. I call to talk about the <hes> the time the the goons set took the christian anarchist aside and stuck them in a room because they saw something on on their computer. They didn't like on there okay yeah. They wouldn't tell me what it was this. Where were you coming back from coming back from china about about two years ago i think but <hes> they you know i went through the the machine and then came up to the little guy the booth and we talked to the guy at the booth and i was actually complaining because their machine wasn't working right and maybe it was all just because i was being jackass i was complaining about their ridiculous process and how it didn't work and everything else and so then they took me aside for secondary and separated me from my wife and and my mother unlocked and i wanted them to keep going i usually they make them keep going in my experience when rene and i went through the checkpoint this was the year i didn't get the device search they actually had an issue with rene and i wanted to stand there and and keep an eye on on them and they they demanded that i move along long or else and that's what whatever it is you want to do. They don't want you to do it so anyway because i had my phone because i sat in there for over twenty minutes and finally i went went up to the window and i said look. What are you guys want for me. I said i've got the phone. Yeah i had my phone and actually text. My wife and i said get moving. Just get the luggage and get onto the next flight said don't worry about me. I'll catch another flight. One of the reasons they might do that. Too is to get your password so it's probably not a good idea to and to your password while you're waiting <hes> observing sitting in a room with it. I'm sitting in a room with a whole bunch of people. They're not watching me. No i could point when they did see me doing it. They told me to stop it and that's they get really upset if you if you pull out a phone they won't take it from you when you walk in but if they see you on the phone they bellow it you learn you can't use a phone in here and they point to their signs that they've got and i thought this was actually one of the funnier parts of it. You know i'm in this room in in new york. Where were you at when they did did you. I'm thinking this was l._a. L._a. Okay sure so they take you off to the side room. It's this just institutional ugly just boring awful place and actually actually chicago okay my it was very early in the morning so it was like five a._m. And five thirty or something like that so there's almost nobody in there there were few people they were picking on but not not a whole room full of him <hes> at at that point and they had these no cell phones signs up like on the desks or whatever sort of around the room and they'll point point to it and they'll yell at people and i when i was writing up my story about this for free keen dot com where i talked about my experience of the you know the what i consider to be illegal searches going on. I found a picture of that room. I didn't think to snap one while i was in there. I didn't want to push it any further other than i already <hes> was willing to go but i actually found a photograph taken in that room that was available publicly on the internet so for all of the sign niche for all of the bellowing for all of the yelling when the story was actually about them because it was like a positive story about like it's someone's birthday. You know some sort of feel good story about the immigrations bureaucrats. Apparently they were fine with somebody else who wasn't one of their victims taking a photograph of the very same supposedly restricted area standby gene gene. I know you've got more to tell us your story in chicago being dealt with by these bureaucrats that's on the way our toll free number eight fifty five four fifty free like freedom and you can join join us here. This is free talk. 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You get started with that as we continue here. <hes> as we're going to go back to jean the christian anarchist he was telling us a story about his time dealing with border patrol or at least one time where they wanted to harass you extra you had said that they had pulled you aside and and you wanted your wife and her with her mother to move on but they forced them to say it was her mother yeah yeah and so they had to stay in the same room with your did. They segregate them into jim room. They were out with the general population out there but they didn't want them to leave and i was in the little secondary screening room with reinsch of other people that were pulled aside for secondary screening and i got quite illiterate with these guys because the number one. They let me sit there for about twenty minutes before they even did anything in fact. I went up to the window and i said look what you guys want from me. I said i got a plane to catch and they said well. You have to sit back down and wait your turn and blah you know and then after a while i started getting quite belligerent with these people. I started making loud comments. It's in the in the in the little room there and i started shouting to the guy in the minds say look. You got no reason to hold me here. What are you holding me for. I want to know right right now why i'm being held i said i'm going to my home. I am coming home. You have absolutely no right to stop me from going going to my home and that's you know because i'm not an immigrant i live here. This is where i'm going and you have no right to stop me. That was my message it to them and they were saying well and they had the little guy you know behind the computer and he's looking at the computer trying to figure out you know what he's got and and so i called for the supervisor at called i want to the supervisor's supervisor came down and he's looking over the shoulder at the computer screen course. I can't see the computer screen and now he's saying well. What are you and he says well. I got nothing and i said he he even says he's got nothing so let me go. I wanna go on my way and they weren't gonna do it. For some reason i don't know what it was and how much time has passed. Do you think at this point. This has been about an hour and a half okay. This sounds about right breath. We had about a three hour layover and i was fully prepared to miss my flight. You know i was not gonna talk to these people. I was not going to answer their questions. If i missed it's my flight. I was going to miss my flight and catch another one. You know i wasn't going to worry about it but <hes> they wanted me to come down and i wasn't having any part of it and that's ads when they brought my wife into the room because they wanted her to call me down you know so. They brought her in and i'm saying why did you. Why didn't you just just leave. I said i got this. You know they're they've got nothing on me and there's nothing they can do except let me go eventually and i was going to play the waiting game on them and make them <hes> eventually just say okay. You're free to go and so they did. They did say. I was free to go and they gave me to whites hours. How long were you in their total. Will it was probably about an hour and forty five minutes through your stuff to did. They search your bags. Surprisingly no they did not they were. We're just i don't know what their trip was and this is how long ago when was this about two years ago pretty resent. I've been back in the country twice since then. No issues bug me when i came back from japan. Do you have any kind of criminal history. You know maybe i'm trying to figure out what would even like caused caused them to. He's the christian anarchist. I mean they. They probably know that usually usually these usually. They'll have some reason to put you want dr kissed reason. I know i know but usually usually it's not because you're an anarchist because you end up doing something that gets you a some sort of criminal thing and then and you get put on a list as a result of that because somebody is angry at you and i mean i've definitely had some legal things that i took them to court for are okay. I have you know i've had some some times. I've taken them all the way to the supreme court on some tax right there. You know while you're on yeah yeah. That's why i was wondering it's like i d- exercise of rights the first degree ever have a social show credit score in this country three probably never be able to travel again right there. Petty petty bureaucrats that you know they're trying to get revenge and they put you on these lists. Even though so you know even if you win your case there's no criminal record they will just they will do everything to make the your life you know it's unbearable title and they lie as well of course there was actually a aria. Who's one of our co hosts on monday and tuesday nights. Generally here on free talk live. If she traveled recently she went down and it was actually a first time flying amazing and she'd never flown in her life to she actually story. There's a little story. There's a little the three story is that she was going to not show i._d. Because her idea was expired why she was going down to mississippi was to renew renew her right her ideal down there <hes> because you couldn't do it online she had to physically active and we're actually she could do it online but they wouldn't ship it outside of mississippi so so she had to go to city it was the government policy was the post office. The post office would refuse to because i was under my understanding is if somebody else picked up the license and they and they tried to ship it the post office would return anything about that but <hes> florida right ahead no problem shipping my license to me up here so it was just a mississippi but it was a state that did it not an individual who did it. That's what i'm talking about. The state would not send her license <music> outside of the state. I understand that's why she had to go down there but my understanding is she couldn't have somebody else. Pick up the license and then ship it to know. She couldn't do that because the post office would return it well. I don't know about the post office this but she couldn't okay periods ship outside of the state gotcha but anyway she <hes> originally wasn't going to show i._d. To to travel because her i._d.'s expired but it turns out they actually will take an expired ide- up to a year after the expiration date so she actually ended up showing the expired i._d. Eighty and that's too bad too because you know it's been a while since one of our co hosts has traveled without showing i._d. Sam dodson times back in like oh nine or two thousand ten and he proved that you can do this and in fact it's on the t._s._a.'s website. What if i forget my identification right. You just have to answer some extra questions. Go through some extra screening you get to fly so you can still fly with no idea which is why i'm calling bs on the claim that the government saying you're going to need to have a real. I d in order to fly come twenty twenty. That's gonna be bs. I'm calling it right now. <hes> you will be able to fly with the non-real i._d.'s. They may give you a little. Oh extra super super screening but i have i have not <hes> attempted to fly without. I d <hes> but i have committed myself to not flying a real rely de so we will find out i also do not have realized we will definitely find out what happens when you refuse to i._d. But refused two or don't have an i._d. Can't refuse to your your ideas. Not compatible with allies can't refuse to not rely d at the airport because you don't have a real i._d. At least in my particular case i'm not refusing to. I'm not refusing to you because i don't have a real. I d i ever have an if i ever you know show up early early enough because i feel like you'd probably need to have at least a couple hours in advance. I always how long they're going to do with their extra questioning or whatever it is. They messed it right. It would be interesting to go through the process just to see how invasive it is gene. Thanks for the call tonight. I appreciate hearing from you. The toll free number if you wanna join us is eight fifty five four fifty free. 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Signs is on order as of today so the they should be here roughly a week and a half so ten more days and we'll have <hes> hundred twenty. I think is what we we ended up having that's like she's got to be like five times more than what we got for bob's camping well. It's also going to be something that'll it'll be usable over and over again because the hope so i hope you plan to use this for years and years and years to come. I mean my next thing will probably probably be <hes> trying to primary sununu or that's the governor of new hampshire the republican governor so i would probably try and hit them from from the republican side. That would be as soon as next year i yes i mean there's a new hampshire elections all the time yeah so. There's no oh but there's actually literally where we live. There's an election every six months roughly every half a year because their school board elections that happen yearly and those happen the springtime then every other year on the odd years. There's municipal elections so this year is a municipal election where the mayor intensity intensity counselors will get elected well. That's going to happen again in two thousand twenty one so in two thousand twenty. It's the state elections because all the state offices are only two years so every two years. You got state state elections on the even years and every two years. You've got <hes> municipal elections on the audience. You literally have an election that is essentially all the time. There's never a time where there's not somebody campaigning for something and it can be a little exhausting if you're you know sort of into the political scene but technically if nobody wanted to. Nobody could run for you know you. Nobody could run for city councillor or mayor as you doing mayor. They could then run for no well. They're not the same year her at different times and see could then run in the state elections following that then you could go right back to the municipal election if you wanted to throw in school board elections in there. Oh you know every- nobody should be on the school so go to elect nobody dot com. I don't know what the plan is for. These signs signs. I mean obviously priority is going to be given people that live in keene. I i presume but i think you're going to be willing to sell them to people outside of the area as a fundraising gesture. That's a good idea. We've put up the the graphics dosa for anybody that just wants to make a batch of their own signs. They can fight the same thing as buying a sign though i know i'm saying if you wanted to do it your cell right right right. The graphics are available. That's going to be a lot more expensive. They're probably gonna cost you. Twenty bucks to get a sign to get a one off made well. It's also not going to be cheap. If you wanna ship oncein either right like you might be getting close to. We're not quite twenty. You're probably going to be paying more at shipping into it and everything because it's a big box yeah. It's yeah it's not happy one nine nine heavy but it's not but it's probably going to be themselves cost about five bucks a piece just pure more cost yeah five and that includes the stakes but anyways go to elect nobody dot com. You can learn more about the campaigns some cool stuff coming up. I think probably sometime this month. If you wanna talk about it yet because i don't know if you've found the date yet that's well. The plan is we're going to mark. The anniversary of the i four twenty rally in keene. We just have to find out exactly when nat anniversary is definitely fall of two thousand nine but the question is was it september number. Was it october and part of it is how do you count it because you know we went to that. Glenn back thing that i i remember glen back nine twelve project vaguely and wh where was this <hes>. This is on mckean common. Oh really we went out to one of those things and it was that year and we went up into gazebo after his little rally was over. Somebody looked at their watch. It was like well or twenty twenty four twenty so we went up in smoke that day nice so you could say that was the first four twenty rally but but i think it was a couple of weeks later so i'm looking at actually doing while we're while we're on the air here. I'm looking at september of two thousand nine for those that are familiar freaking dot com as been income cataloging the various different types of activism that has been going on here since as early as two thousand and six and so <hes> looks like this was actually shortly the after the topless incident where a young woman named cassidy was arrested for walking topless with open carrying a gun one down main street and was really interesting about that was the police actually apologized after the fact because they arrested her because she wasn't nude right and breasts are not genitals. That's why she wasn't nude. Because the way the nudity laws or statutes are written has to do with revealing your genitalia in public and press or not the reproductive so therefore <hes> another headline from from september and arco jesse ordered to jail for illegal gardening as of september fourteenth remember that one where he antilles central square without government permission in september ninth keen city council committee votes to support marijuana decriminalization. Oh well perfect timing. September tenth of two thousand nine city clerk refuses to allow nobody in may oral rate so it's been a decade now since i tried to run as nobody with my like a as a nickname okay in in the mayoral race so so nobody has actually accomplished what i failed to do an entire decade guyau how nobody the next generation yeah no history of the nobody <hes> yeah so yeah. Let's see rider. Charge dismissed cameras the new gun so it must have been later in september because toward the end of the month there are stories of free keen about how other news media okay so september twenty fifth after u._k. B que did a report on the four twenty s and <hes> yeah. I'm gonna say late. September is the way it looks here. Public smokeout four twenty september twenty third so yeah okay final week of september is going to be which would be good because we'll have the signs for the elect. Nobody campaign by then and again. If you wanna go back in and experience what this was like in its heyday 'cause. I doubt we're even gonna come close to you know a fraction of the the peak of this particular van at at four twenty s originally the peak was like one hundred and thirty people packing central square in and this is a tiny little park right in the heart of downtown abbey little town yeah. I'd say there's a park. I don't know it's like it's really tiny though it's actually technically is not considered a park legally. It's considered a common okay so parks actually have hours meaning that the parks close at a certain time the common does not close in common. Common is always open to the public so it's different from apart. You're correct about that. Should we start doing nightcaps out there. I mean weekly campaign meeting for nobody at just happens to be at for twenty and go out there once a week you i wouldn't call it a nightcap however well. We could also go out for a <hes>. You know we could always want to nightcap from time to time as a campaign event yeah to me. This is going to be like a special occasion. I quit smoking. <hes> cannabis like within the last few weeks. I don't know if i want to say congratulations relations but yeah i mean well. I'm still i still like cannabis and i'm willing to vaporize it and <hes> other things but i'm it's rare that i smoke so that so ford and so this four twenty i will <hes> you you know partake in the actual smoking of cannabis. I'll have to make sure we have some bad ass weed so so this is going to be a ten year <hes> anniversary coming up here so if you're in new england start planning to join us in in beautiful keene new hampshire the day the exact day is to be announced. I would say just pick someday within that last week. Whatever you think the most productive day if it's a saturday or something like that so people that are you know regular work a week. Kind of folks can attend it yeah yeah i do. We wanna do that yeah. I think i think picking finding the week and then doing the saturday of that weekend. Probably the best plan all right so if you want to join us here you can. You can go to freetalklive dot com. There's a little bit more of the story. We're not going to get to the facebook story. That's it's too much for for justice last segment here but <hes> looking at the customs and border protection story they do go on to talk about <hes> apparently one of the the apps that's getting people into trouble is what's up which is actually owned owned by facebook and claim is that what's app downloads automatically any images and videos that are sent to your username there which means that even if you didn't i know who the person was that was sending you the image if you didn't take the time to delete it. It's on your phone yeah if that person sent that to you and so the <hes> the border patrol people are looking through your phone and they find an image that is somehow offensive or whatever <hes> that they say is reason enough to keep you out then that's enough reason now and the only way you're going to be able to defeat this is to be a harvard kid and have access to a ton of attorneys or whatever so that'd be offended by a lot of my stuff make tax collector's birds again that would date them tax collectors birds. They used to tar and feather them. I'll check them out of freedom. Decrypted dot com elected. Nobody dot com for chris and nobody will see you tomorrow night on the on the online in the meantime it freetalklive dot com balance of nature changing the world one life at a time. My skin's a little better better in the little more energy all out. It's pretty good stuff. I mean i'm very skeptical. Well things and what i do something. It better be good or else. 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Tell us how much their city has improved youthful new energy. We do have a history but those of us growing growing up and living in greece we also wish and hope for the future and christopher woods recommends his favorite contemporary gardens around the world but before mourned about what you'll find in dubai's miracle garden peacocks made out of petunias and kind of swish village made out of geraniums and it gets millions millions of visitors per year get ready to walk across europe and explore new frontiers in public gardens and in greece in the hour ahead. It's travel with rick steves. The victorians left us some lovely gardens to enjoy but christopher woods. Lets us in on some exciting new trends in landscaping and garden parks that we we can explore around the world. That's a bit later. In the hour on today's travel with rick steves plus guides from athens paid us on the atmosphere in the greek capital. They'll recommend the neighborhoods to explore where a youthful can do attitude is helping revive. The greek economy first cassandra overby is back with more practical advice for planning a cultural hiking adventure on historic walking routes across europe. Thanks for joining us cassandra. Thanks so much for having me. So europe is kind of unique because it's cut he's very well. Established major hikes that have an infrastructure actually and the avocado a history. Tell us just briefly about the the hiking infrastructure in europe. I think it really helps to understand that unlike in the united states where most trails are in wilderness trails in europe have a totally different history. That's not all about the wilderness. It's actually really about bringing people to the very best of civilization the very best of history so you have trails that were built because people wanted to do pilgrimages you have trails that we're built because people needed trade routes and you have treasurer built so people could go from village to village and even sell their wares so this is something. We have to remember in the old days as a trail. If you had rush hour it might have been on a trail right because they didn't obviously didn't unpaved roads and this was the trail. I'll never forget being in montenegro. Grow in couture and montenegro is black mountain. That's what it is literally and there's this community the historica nation up on top of the mountains and from this fjord ford like bay off the adriatic. You have a switchback road but next to that switchback road you've got a faint little trail and it's so evocative to me because it reminds me that a thousand years years ago everybody had to get montenegro biking up that switchback trail and you can do it today right so you've got this history tied in with this nature and you've got a love of getting out into the outdoors that europeans have so if you wanna enjoy europe on foot of course there's many different trails that you can sort through but i wanna talk just about the mechanics except this first of all you can take a tour or you can go on your own if you take a tour as a hiker. What are your options. A lot of people want somebody to drive their gear or set up. The hotels. Pels are or have a natural to go with explain the flora and fauna right so there are a few different options that i like to recommend people. You know you do have the completely independent route which just easy to do in europe. It's easy to do that by yourself but there are self guided tours where companies will set you up with walking directions. They'll set you up with luggage transferred. They'll make all of of your bookings for you. Give you a map and then you just go and you explore the trail by yourself or you can do fully guided trails and that way you'll have someone narrating the trail while you're walking talking in addition to booking everything for you or the pros and cons of each. Would you say yes. Oh fully guided is the most expensive option always but if you're someone who is an overplaying her and you really obsess in your normal life about all those plants can really nice just to let go and let somebody else handle all of the logistics and have someone share insights insight especially a local about their culture and about the towns that you pass through because i'll never forget walking up in the swiss alps with my friend who is a local nature guide and he took me to find edelweiss and you don't just find those. I mean they're hard. Define took me to the spot and he set me up and he reminded me how precious this is isn't how we're not supposed to pick it and everything and then we saw it. I would have never appreciated that without a local guide right without a guide. You really don't get those local insights. Someone who's from that area area can show you so much more than you would ever imagine because there's a lot hiding in that mountain face there is that you wouldn't recognize without that local person. I'm kind of intrigued the middle way where you have somebody that you gotta sherpa with four wheels basically they just gear ahead and then you're footloose and fancy free all day and you're not having to go with the group group and you're not gonna stick with a guide but you have them set it up and you know you've got a warm dinner waiting for a cool little mountain hut and that can be a really great option also because you're hiking just with a small day pack so you have some snacks you have a rain jacket just in case it rains but if your partner is exhausted and complaining about that blister they can hop in the car and meet you there tonight exactly i love that because then to people don't have to risk having one person scuttle the whole mission yes. I think that's pretty important. Cassandra overby is our guest on travel with rick steves. She recommends fifteen for favorite hiking trails and she's nap them out for a walking vacation in her book. Explore europe on foot. Her website is cassandra overby dot com now when you go. Do you like to have companionship or have you gone alone to see that you'll just meet people people as you go or are you just appreciate this time alone with nature. What would thinking do you go through before you determined that so i like to mix it up on all of my trip so i did a lot of research trips for my book and sometimes i had people join me and that was really wonderful. Sometimes i did the hikes alone which was great for really getting into an area and kind of losing my identity and losing myself and just kind of soaking everything in like a local and then it was also really nice to reach out and actually make some new friends so i wanted to hike the thirty thirty four and france didn't know anyone who wanted to go and i felt like i really wanted people to join me on that section because it's on cliffs so i reached out to a presient hiking group and i said hey i'm coming to a hike. This trail and i'm an american author. Do you have anyone who would be interested in hiking it with me and i found a couple of parisian couple who came out to mont saint michel and met me for or two days together and it was amazing. That's a great idea talk about a nice initiative and i would think on the trail. People are inclined to be friends. I mean it's like minded people. Everybody's in a in a positive spirit and so i wanna talk a bit about the gear because i'm always looking at germans and germans are famous for their walking sticks with those walking sticks anyways so they really help if you have creaky knees or you know if you've just been hiking for a long time and you'd like to extend your hiking life because they make the load a little easier on your body. Yeah yeah a little. It's a little safer if you have four legs instead of two when you're going down a rocky slope or something yes especially balance by no means. Do you have to have those something. Aerobic robocall source something for exercise when just walking straight on a paved trail to have that our motion going because i see germans like germs are famous for this i mean it's just like there's people almost kind of think. It's kinda funny. 'cause you're paying six germans. They've got their walking sticks and they look like little animation almost yet. What about boots. I grew up thinking. You've gotta have have boots but no there's options. There are options so my favorite option is called the european walking shoe. This is a specific type of shoe. That's kind of a hybrid between just just a nice looking shoe that you would normally wear when you're traveling and something sturdier. That's good for being outside so it's waterproof has a good soul but it blends in you. You know they're usually black or brown. They're very light weight and so you can have the same shoe for when you're going to a nice museum or out for dinner as you do it when you're on trail and what's it called again and a european walking shoe a european walking and just if you don't even care what you look like in a museum. Is there any compromise on that from having a good old fashioned hiking boot so oh good old fashioned hiking boots especially high tops are good if you have <hes> angles that need a little more stability so but if you don't need that stability i just recommend going super light and you really aren't compromising any other function by choosing a european. If you feel you got it's not a safety thing. You're not more likely to sprain your ankle or something. As far as you know <hes> okay. That's it's good to know. This is travel with steve. We're talking with cassandra overby. She's written a book called explorer at european foot laying out the greatest hikes in europe and i was impressed by the last half of this this book which is really just hiking wisdom. You make a point to fix little problems before they get worse. I mean i've seen people crippled on the community santiago taking four days off of the program because they've just got terrible feet right. What do you do to keep your feet healthy on a extended multiday hike. My biggest tip is to actually go a little out there with your choice so i always hike in merino wool socks and that's what i travel with also layering it with another soccer just that so actually the i choose merino wool socks that have holes for all of your toes. It's a super smart thing to do and i recently discovered probably about two years ago. It makes sure that you never get blisters and they look a little goofy when you put them on. It takes an extra second because you're trying to fit all your little toes into the individual. Keep your toes from rubbing really does and it keeps your foot from rubbing in the shoe more and so <hes> if you just do that that will eliminate i would say probably ninety eight percent of your blisters and then i would think there's some wisdom of just if you sense anything going on stop and put on some protective. Stop immediately all of the people who hike with me as soon as you feel a twinge. Don't be strong. Don't hike through that puts molly c mo mo skin most skin right. This is travel with rick steves. We're talking with cassandra overby about hiking in europe and there's a lot of <unk> hi-tech gadgetry that people are relying nowadays. What's the biggest innovation for you as far as <hes> confidence on the trail and so on. I like to use a smartphone. <hes> <hes> that's not connected to the internet or cellular service but it does have g._p._s. tracks on their g._p._s. six tracks. It's like google maps but for the trail so it'll show view exactly where you are on trail where you're walking and where the trail should be so you have to line what you're walking and where the trail is and if you're doing it correctly those two minds. It's become one so this is just like me using google maps to find a a friend whose house i've never been to in the city right but it's up in the mountains and you you loaded up online and then you i use it when you're offline right and what is a hiker who's relying on that do to make sure they don't run out of battery so i carry a spare battery with me that i plug into and and so your battery will drain faster when you're using the screen a lot <hes> so i just keep it plugged into my spare battery and good to go. What's your wisdom on the right kind kind of backpack. I love backpack. Talk <hes> so always choose a backpack that has water bottle holsters choose a backpack that has away strap so you're going to distribute the weight from your shoulders onto your waste also yes and is that realistic somebody's packing light and even if they have a big personal frame frame i mean you should really try to get a waist belt to distribute the weight. Yes cat is the biggest tip because inevitably will put more in your pack than you think you will run. It's can be a little heavier and hiking a near. You generally don't need to worry about peaking food. Tend to sleeping bags because you're going from hut. Tuck really briefly about the mountain huts and how you will eat sleep on your favorite nyc so there's a good variety of the mountain huts <hes> up in the north in sweden. It's like indoor camping so very barebones but if you're somewhere like france or germany this is basically a comfortable guest house that just happens to be situated in the mountains where you will be cooked some of the best comfort food of your entire life. You can purchase wine or beer. You're surrounded by all this gorgeous scenery and you can either have a private room or you can share a dorm room with other walkers and when it comes to eating oh you are exercising. You're hungry. You've got high altitude. This food's going to taste better than ever and you can eat all of it that you're burning so many calories that there is nothing that you won't. I wanna say not when you sit out on a four day hike. Do you generally have your mountain huts reserved before you leave or do you just play it by ear so i almost always reserve mountain hudson advanced because because a lot of times they're situated one day apart and so you know everybody wants to stay in the same place each night so it can be good to just get those reservoir the best best the most characteristic and well run huts and they're the ones that will probably cup. I think it's pretty straightforward to make a reservation and it's reliable and then you get to see the same. The people on your haixia make friends yeah. This is travel with rick steves. We've been talking with cassandra overby about exploring europe on foot. That's for book and <hes> it's an inspiration <music>. I'm going to plug a little bit of that dimension of europe into my next trip thanks cassandra next office athens to see what's new in when grease and christopher woods recommends the most interesting contemporary gardens you can experience around the world. We're at eight seven. Seven three three three rick on travel with rick steves yeah. It's been a while since the news from greece his head much of a positive ring to it come to think of it. It seems like they've always had squabbles among their politicians titians and with their neighbor countries and the greeks still lagged behind most of their european partners economically but hard times seemed to be yielding to a more optimistic mystic tone these days on the streets of athens to athens based. Tour guides joins us now to let us in on how the scene in greece is changing. The leap was kind of cars and end maria sioulas. Thanks for joining us. Thank you so phillips when you take somebody from faraway around greece. What's an experience you want them to be sure to have of course i want them to find out about the history the anthology and everything that's a desire for everyone to discovering greece but i also so try to connect them with nowadays with the reality of modern greece i because we do have history but those vice growing up and living in greece we also so with and hope for the future so i'm trying to connect the visitors with what's happening right now and how history has informed our lives and our dreams and inspirations in life so you've got zeus and the acropolis and all of the aphrodite business but you've also got a contemporary society that has goals. It's challenges. What's an example when you're athens. What's a lesson you would like people to take home with them. Well it's a very interesting question because i do take people to the logical sites. It's like the acropolis but i also take them in the areas that are around the acropolis the old part of offense and there's an interesting thing about it because over there you will find a lot of moderns moderns three targets and that's a very interesting experience for people because imagine seeing a wall with a very modern graffiti done by one graffiti artists and in the background you can see the acropolis so you feel that they are invited to create kind of a censorial bridge between the past and the future. Oh that's that's very nice and i know from working around athens. I love to just walk aimlessly around athens with the acropolis always towering above me acropolis by the way means the city on the hilltop and that's where you've got the parthenon in the great ruins that remind us of the golden age of greece couple centuries before christ but there's a lot of tagging and a lot of ugly graffiti and i understand and <hes> like in any big city in in that part of europe. I understand that a landlord or somebody who runs a business. They're gonna have graffiti whether they like it or not understand. If they hire a street artist or commission a street artists to really take their wall and make something beautiful the other street artists graffiti people will leave it alone absolutely and this is very nice that you mentioned that because i i don't like tagging and random things on the wall but the city of athens started this effort around the two thousand four olympics and they gathered some of the prominent. Let's say a refugee artists of the city of athens. They commissioned them to paint the walls especially the size of the state buildings because nearby some areas that are beats. You know not the richest areas in the city of athens. You're talking about an a neighborhood just a few blocks away from the parliament building. I think that is famous for energised. Yes that that is the neighborhood of <unk> exarchia very much misunderstood neighborhood of athens. How is it misunderstood because yes it is a hub for the anarchists but me me growing up as a student as a university student. It was also a spot where the free thinkers the the young people would go and this affordable cafes and restaurants and bars were you can go in exchange for political views discuss about things in a mother which is not necessarily marginal aggressive or something like that. It's free. It's a free spirit here at very very rarely. It's very convenient because if you wanna go down and make some trouble it's downhill on your scooter to the parliament building examining it all the t._v. Cameras and the police release and you can cause some problems and then go back to your cafes and talk politics. Were practical us now maria when we're talking about these different neighborhoods can you explain that the top up to three neighborhoods that a visitor might want to be aware of definitely the plaka. The placker is the old city which is situated around the base of the acropolis one time the residential area of with the city and my understanding that was essentially the city the city two hundred years ago that was reckless little comunity at the basic today the touristy zone with all the shops in the hotels and a pedestrian friendly charming. Yes it's beautiful. I mean now it's been sort of reclaimed as you say lovey shops and restaurants but the wonderful thing is this all into disperse the ancient agent ruins of the city so you turn a corner and do you have the socratous monument and as i said lots of lovely restaurants and cafes and handicraft store souvenir shops ancient greek week and roman obsolete okay so that's the touristy quarter and then within a ten minute walk from there. You've got a couple of other. One of my favorite areas is an area known as siri <hes>. I enjoy going there because it's a seri- but it starts with p. Right p. r. i. Fiat was originally area that was sort of populated by the refugees cheese who came over from asia minor but it's been reclaimed. We have a movement in athens youth led coretec beckons and so this is an area where the youth of really taken it back and you have a wonderful buzz of young people in the cafes and there are places that the skateboarders can hang out there sort the places that the graffiti artists hang out and if you enjoy graffiti it's easily one of the best places and there are some amazing little pubs and cafes and diners. Here's that are bohemian. They're like ruin pubs or something you go down you step into little door almost no name and down a little tiny alley or passage and then you you step into this if norman rockwell was greece today would be a norman rockwell greek experience exactly wonderful diversity. I mean it's fun. I mean when i take groups down there and point out all the different things that are to do and the first thing that usually hits people as well the graffiti but <hes> when you take them around and show them and it's the very thing graffiti what this is very important and i gotta admit i do not like graffiti like phillips. Who's talking about it. If tagging moved into my neighborhood i would join some committee some action group to get rid of it you know but it's a reality in so much of europe and i think if you live there it's just like you can't complain about the weather. This is the way it is you know graffiti everywhere and it's a reminder there's a different strata of people out there and they're running around with spends after midnight. You know this is <hes> but it is an art good for him and you can actually take a tour and learn from it and see it didn't a more constructive and positive kind of light and and then you're not hung up on that graffiti. It's important not to be hung up on it. This is travel with rick steves talking about greece with two greek tour guides maria you're less and phillipus our phone number's eight seven seven three three three seven four to five irene coming from delta in british columbia irene. Thanks for the call very welcome. What are your thoughts about getting off the beaten path and enjoying athens have have you been there well. I've only been there once and it was like in nineteen seventy two so i'm sure a lot has changed. I know everybody does the acropolis and <hes> <hes> santorini and you know the ones that everybody's talking about but i was just wondering if the guides had some hidden gems <hes> either in athens enj- or on the islands that they would recommend it should not be missed. You picked up the the things that everybody would know about and would want to see the acropolis in athens and ben santini out in the greek isles. Let's leave athens. Let's talk about the islands and also the peloponnesian peninsula because you can have a lot of easy greek thrills just a two hour drive south of athens on the peloponnesian peninsula but one way or another. We do want to have that quintessential greek experience phillips. What are your favorites first of all. Thank you so so much about this question. Because these countries not just about center indian mcconnell's they're beautiful but there's more to this country and if you go to the peloponnese which is the idea where my parents come from first of all in an hour and a half you can be in one of the most quaint cities you will find in the country of grace noth- plan the first capital of modern gordon grace naff plan so this is a wonderful place and what's exciting about it is that you see all the different parts of history the different people that conquered they said because greece has been conquered by many so you find ruins from the venetians you find the forever ruins from the ottoman period and also short drive from there there you can visit two of the most exciting logical sides of this country the mythical side of my seaney petroleum war and the best preserved ancient greek theater in the country which is the theater of a p levels so you can have an experience with encapsulate different aspects aspects of going on holiday from napoli on which is for me the most charming and just comfortable city. I know of in greece i love netflix on and as you said it's a springboard for some of the very best ancient sites epa voices the famous theater what century is epidemic from the fourth century b._c. Fourth century b._c. The and that seems old but about a thousand years before that we have my sania x. any so as always important to remember the masons whereas ancient and mysterious to the greeks like socrates and plato as critiques and plato arto us so it goes way way back and then not going so far back but you can climb from nafta bam up nine nine hundred and ninety nine steps is hot yeah. It's a long hike and you get to the top of that and you find a gateway with a venetian winged lion lion. Yes reminding us. It is the alameda fortress made by the venetians a rule the city of beyond for centuries and it is a very very very interesting sample of what this country is about different influences different things that's boost the advancement of the arts 'til philosophy and civilization and the struggle for greece to become independent modern greece as part of the venetian empire part of the ottoman or whatever maria we're talking about connecting with the real greece rather than just going to the famous scottish tourist places you know yes minosos fine and century and he's beautiful but if you were going to the goal for a vacation in the greek isles somebody who's lived in athens most of your life. Where would you go choosing a greek island so many so diverse one of the regions of the asean coastline which is really coming to life now the ionian islands so those are the ones on the italy side. That's correct. They're over on the west. Yes all the hippies would stop the fool on the boat right over maurice right but you've got really pretty little islands paxos caphalonia those kind of islands and they're not as busy. They're beautiful that green and lush unlike the psychotic which also very barren and you can do wonderful the lot of charter boat facilities. There's commissioner called the orient island there. You go a few ideas for your upcoming greece trip. We're exploring. What's new in greece with to new athens based tour guides on travel with rick steves. Philippos car is also a theater director and a performer with background in history and philosophy british fishburne. Maria service allen love with tall handsome greek in college and this made greece her home for nearly four decades. Edry is calling in from washington jason d._c. Every thanks for your call. Thank you for having me. I you know i was in greece this summer for my granddaughter's school graduation gift now. I told her to pick a place in the world. You want her to go and she greece so well. I had never been that was pretty. The exciting thing we went to athens and fantoni very traditional and then we also went to knock the the comment earlier about ethics. I would really encourage people to obviously go to the park on and those kind of places but parts of athens that i feel in love with or the modern day parts of assets. You're never far away from antiquity. No matter where you are martin he went to the market. We went to st where they're all by serving so i went to. I can't remember the name of the bread read that everyone eats you get from the street vendors. Were that's like the pretzel. That's nice bakery agree where they make it. You know we see more than just the traditional and eddie that was wonderful. What's interesting as i hear. Are you talk edry is it's not that tough to do. I mean athens is a huge city. I don't know four million people nearly half of all the greeks live in athens these days they say from the top of the acropolis you can see half of all the people in greece much of the city is just nondescript sprawl that wouldn't be of a lot of interest to a tourist but in the centre with a half an hour walk you can go from syntagma square in the capital behind that are some wonderful museums just to the left you've got the anarchist's in exarchia and and then you can hike up to the acropolis and you've got the puck at the base of that and then siri that maria was talking about for the trendy artsy area and then the marketplace that you're talking about really is just a few blocks from there and nobles will know just where to go for their favorite souvlaki stand. Frankly i used to just try to see the famous sites and get out but i like athens a lot more these days. It's got personality. It's got a pride. It feels like it's come through different crises in the last decade and there's a confidence in athens. There's a celebration in athens. I like it. I guess what what we found in athens and that you know i could look and see that for some people who maybe haven't traveled outside the united states fostered or maybe they only gone to london or something like that but actually well. It has a tough exterior in some places places. Yeah hearts well. That's nice to hear. The people in the big. City are sweethearts and you said it has kind of a tough exterior. It used to be just so overrun with traffic. I just remember when i went to athens. My kleenex would turn black so city and now they've controlled the traffic. There's more pedestrian areas. It's remarkable. What happens has done edry. Thanks for your call. This is travel with rick steves. We've been talking with maria saulius and phillipus curse and i would love to get your take on our feelings that athens is changing. How athens has dealt with the crisis. Athens has dealt with their refugees. Economic challenges right now for travelers. There's a positive feeling maria. How do you see the changes happening. Nothing's oh it's phenomenal. I mean it really has changed in the the last five years or so. Small things really far more pedestrianised areas while more tourist friendly. We have a great infrastructure as far as getting around in the city so people can leave their the cars behind us the metro systems the olympics were a turning point in the way for infrastructure and you found yourself in a big economic whole from adept point of view but you certainly have good infrastructure trudeau move around relatively good governance sound so yeah you can sense in athens now. There's a there's a feeling of pride yes. We've really gone through some tough times and continue to go through tough times as far as the economy is concerned but as i say there is this sense in in athens with the people that they're taking back control of their city. They're taking pride in their city. Not just the city in their country in general so that's important but on it's tough it's tough on a lot of people especially the poorer. I'm <hes> you know. We're we're running at about a twenty six percent unemployment much higher with the youth between eighteen and twenty six is close to about forty five percent so we've been singing happy little songs about about greece but there is a serious challenge for the people who live there right but for a traveler. We're contributing were helping. I suppose the tourism industry welcomes income phillips. We've been talking talking about athens in greece and sort of the new vibe. What are your takeaways on that <hes> yes. We've been who a serious financial crisis but what is really really promising and what brings up hoping alive is the fact that i felt and i still feel that there was her shuffling the cards of our lives we started realizing that we need to change a lot of things and not cut ties with a bust because a thing that's helped a lot. The greeks is the fact that there is there are strong bonds between the families so that is the reason you don't see homeless people enough and because the family stepped in assisted even if you had a distant cousin or or a non call or whatever relative way stepped in assisted and that is really good because it brought out again things that had been forgotten caring about the other soon that's why the city of athens has a lovely listener said he's inhabited by people that are very friendly because people realize again the importance and smile the importance of carrying and also the importance of breaking out of uniformity and trying things on their own and being more individual so why is grace exciting now because a lot of younger people decided to open their own businesses nightlife. Yes there was always nightlife in greece it. Has you really well no but the thing is now. They decided not to create a store which looks like the carbon copy of another store. That's why syria exciting and that's what i love about the evening seen in the restaurant scene and the cafe scene and in athens you just feel that positively that's very hopeful that because of the crisis on most people have come together and they're working quite well for a good future and certainly a warm welcome for travelers philippos kind of curse and maria. Thank you so much for letting us better understand your beautiful country. Thank you thank you. We're taking a technical tour of what's new in gardens around the world old next on travel with rick steves where at eight seven seven three three three seven four to five or by email. It's radio at rick steves dot com. The classic royal q. gardens near london gave christopher woods a solid start as a plant and garden expert. He transformed the chanticleer garden near philadelphia into a romantic masterpiece before heading west to direct gardens in santa barbara mendocino and vancouver b._c. in a quest to see see for himself. What botanic beauty could mean in the twenty. First century. Christopher has traveled around the world. He shares the stories of dozens of extraordinary outdoor havens in his book garden. Last christopher welcome back to travel with rick steves thank you it's my pleasure to be here. So in your book you cover all the continents dozens of countries. He's you chose fifty gardens. How did you go about researching all these gardens and how did you decide which cards made the cut once. I'd had a conversation with my. I published her who sounded marginally interested. At the time i put something together. I put a four page proposal together and i realized that i was fought to week so so i just went online and talked to many fr- i have many friends in the garden world around the world and i started to build up the conversation and eventually <hes> with all the research and all the conversations which took some months i came up with a list of one hundred fifty contemporary gardens and so i then wrote that in the proposal and i talked look to my would be editor and i said well. I've got one hundred fifty gardens so i think we should do two volumes and this was on the phone and there was silence on the phone <music> on the other end and <hes> i said okay let's do one and we'll pair it down so i did actually right fifty five pieces but but for expediency sake and book size and so forth <hes> it came down to fifty gardens but when i look through your book i was expecting his pen some of the gardens that i ahead <hes> no-one really enjoyed in my travels but <hes> none of them were there because you chose the gardens of our generation not the classic cartons on that was very very conscious choice. It's a it's a book about contemporary gardens and that's something that we can factor in to our travels. If we want to see what's going on now. One thing that came came out of your book is gardeners are like they can be like chefs almost where they have a reputation and people are paying attention to what they're doing and how is a gardener. They're like a artistic phanom. I think the chef connection is is very true and there are as in the world of cooking. I mean it's an assembly gardens. It's as if you take the menu you make the menu and you put it together and you stir it and shake it and spice it and so forth and then you present it as if it were a meal on table and especially in public gardens and there it is and so the gardeners the great creative gardeners of the world both pasta and presents a very much like chefs a garden can be work of art just like the more conventional things we think about art paintings and statues are works of art. How about the cultural differences you know asian american british european. What cultural differences do you find today or is there a globalization that is sort of beyond beyond that now well of course as a homogenization of culture wherever you go as you know we get on the same kinds of planes when we get in the same kinds of taxes and we stay in the same types of hotels but then we get out and we walk outside <hes> wherever we are we go to the market and whether it's a mock could in morocco or a market in new york. That's where you start to see the differences in the way people behave the way people gather their food cook. Is there food <hes> the way families gathered together one of the examples. I think that quota my book about cultural differences. I was in oman the country of the the sultanate of oman and i went with a young ethnobotanist up into the mountains and i met with three elderly men and we sat they invited me into their house and so took off my shoes and sat in on the carpet and there was a conversation in arabic which i don't speak about lentils and apparently a farmer to mountains away had a specific type of lentil that had not been seen in cultivation for many many years and this was a great conversation and the ethnic botanist was very excited excited and wanted to collect the lentil for the oman botanical garden. Meanwhile one of the men is peeling oranges for me and feeding knowing that i'm faren kind of <unk> and grapes and figs and so forth the conversation could have been two thousand years old and i was transported back two thousand in years <hes> even though i'd been transported truly literally in a brand new s._u._v. and they wanted the old man pulled out a phone a cell phone it was the oldest pissed cell phone i've ever seen and it was surrounded by duct tape and there was a conversation going on with the farmer with the lentils and the kind of whole combination of ancient history and contemporary society with these men sitting in the mahela <hes> the men's room of the house. It spanned centuries. Yes we were all human beings but the cultural differences were profound and it was one of the best days of my life that is a perfect example of how travel can connect you with with worlds that you wouldn't even know exist. If you didn't get away from your home and out of your comfort zone business travel with rick steves we're talking with christopher woods and his book is garden less botanical tour of the world's best new gardens christopher. You went all around the world and you've narrowed it down to fifty favorite gardens. Let's just quickly. Give me a sampling of a garden that really struck you as worth knowing about in asia for example. I really liked the tokachi millennium selenium forest which is in hokkaido it was designed polly by an english well known english garden designer. Dan pearson and it had this interesting combination of kind of zen japanese. There was some landforms big land forms that were fascinating particularly as it was frosty the morning that i was there and then there's a herbaceous border that is a bit like a one that you would find in southern england and then a japanese teahouse and it was a very interesting listing combination of kind of european and japanese imagery together. I just thought it was really extraordinary question about about what is the sense of place. I found that to be delightful. He goes to the arab world or africa. What what struck you there and your travels. The miracle eric garden which is one of the most wonderfully polling places i've ever been it's forty five million petunias and geraniums in dubai and <hes> as you well know dubai's desert and the temperature gets to be abominable and one person basically has created this enormous hummus garden with peacocks made out of petunias and the whole village of swiss village made out of geraniums and petunias. It's unions and it's the opposite of what attracts me but it gets millions and millions of visitors per year has going to say it sounds like the mall of the americas for gardening it is in a way but why included it was that it gets millions of visitors and all of them except me. We're taking selfies. He's it's extraordinary popular. I cannot doesn't count the popularity of a garden. Even though it's not one that i personally would want anything to do with especially in arid land like that to be so lush well. There's another garden actually not far away albery which is a private estate fight with lots of <hes> lodge houses and so forth where they're doing serious work on planting and recycling of recirculating of water including black water quarter and they have lowered the temperature by three degrees centigrade youtube's systems and this a lot of work going on in desert communities on how to mitigate increasing heat and how to research late spouse resources such as water so <hes> the very intelligent things that's very it relating to climate smart agriculture climate smart gardening and mitigation when it comes to carbon problems and global warming is tied in with the forestry and gardens take us to europe puts a new garden in europe that we should be aware of i can can choose to one is the garden of stone in pattaya in spain which is north of barcelona which is actually an ancient place. Essentially it's a church and a courtyard. That's tenth century but it's being remodeled and modernized to be a museum. There's a guest house and <hes> various <hes>. It'll be an event center on small events centre what i liked about it was very simple. It's basically one olive and a a few other trees but it's very modern and the travertine marble is cut precisely by laser carson as a swimming pool and it's very kind of hip and groovy and and so forth but put your cheek against one of the stones that make the cathedral there the church there and you can almost feel the thousand years worth of history and i found that to be a greatly romantic sensual experience and and again i go back between the modern and the past and the to connect but i liked very much a very modern garden which is the puck clichy in touching martin luther king park in in paris puppy she batignolle which is a whole new area was lodge a railroad yard then seventy odd odd that their buildings going up housing going up. I think it's going to be the new center of the judicial court system in paris and it's a wonderful the full open park and it's when you live in apartment buildings. Where are you going to assemble and so. This is a place where i saw the in the corner were a group of muslim women with their children chattering away <hes> they were lovers by send the book young obvious in the hillside telling lies to each other. There were lawyers sitting down tending even more lives to each other and there was a young man. I stopped and listened to him. The young man with his son who is lying down next to a pond that had frogs in it and he was explaining very carefully what these frogs were and what they were doing. They were croaking away the and there was frog spawn and so forth and he was giving the child a very simple and preliminary and primary <hes> natural history lesson and i thought the puck <hes> <hes> caters to all the needs of all the types of people in that area of paris too was incredibly important part of that urban urban environment chris woods is the author of garden list. It's beautifully photographed. Guide to fifty of the world's most interesting contemporary gardens he posts hosts photos and musings on plants gardens and his travels at her bain horticulture dot org. Our phone number's eight seven seven three three three seven four to five. You can email us at radio at rick steves dot com in august calling from vancouver in washington state. All thanks for your call rick and christopher. Thank taking my call you bet. Did you have a comment for christopher some thoughts on gardens yes yes. My favorite garden is in the vandy brand. It's monet's garden to me. The paintings that monet created they they come to life the water lilies the bridges the flowers his he's home they go from impressionistic to to realistic to me. All all of all the senses are awakened insight now touching sound and <hes> a gun her three times in two different seasons so i really enjoy going there and i. I hope to go back again. I think the philosophy of bony was to enjoy in different seasons and with different light in the morning and the desk and so on christopher. What's your what are your thoughts about <hes> <hes> surname well. I've been so many times what i find fascinating about your is compare it with the paintings the museum the lodge water lily paintings and we know that monae eyesight was very poor when he was painting these waterlilies so the paintings themselves have a softness about them and and they are an impression of waterless. They're not a documentation of waterlilies so in many ways the paintings are much more romantic because of the softness awfulness than the actual waterlilies growing in the garden but to see those paintings and then go to the garden and see that bridge and make those connections between one of the great pieces of art in the world and the living off of the garden is a huge experience and i've enjoyed it immensely and regard that garden very highly and it's just so romantic to me to think of the painter losing his eyesight dedicating the last years of his life to building this amazing garden didn't the gift shop was actually his <hes> studio where he painted these and i would think the way to capture visited chevron as to go to the orangerie in paris which was <hes> designed signed by monet to show off his water lilies and in a sense glen to the orange areas like going to a garden seeing it through. I guess the artistic genius of you've the painters monet absolutely that's so beautiful olga. Did you go to the orangerie in paris after your visit to japan i did it in reverse. I just love putting those together. Though thanks for your call olga and we have an email from claire in vancouver canada and clear writes one of my favorite travel experiences has been touring public and private gardens during open garden days in the netherlands the dutch clearly loved their gardens and it's always a treat not see not only the beautiful spaces they've created but to get a glimpse of the private homes in an idea of how people live in these places and appreciate their gardens. You know anything about at that christopher. Why do i mean i wrote about actually an american woman who has gotten designed gardens in netherlands for many years the her name is carrie preston austin and <hes> she took me on a three day tour of the gardens that she did and they were all very small residential gardens they weren't the palaces and the public pox that one can easily go to but these were private houses most houses in the netherlands most are tiny and their backyards are tiny and that requires great skill a great kind of mathematical consciousness but also a kind of intimacy of much stronger longer intimacy with the homeowner the one would have if you were designing a big landscape and i wrote about that and i found that fascinating that trying a to change the shape of a really tiny space is extraordinarily difficult and i think kerry has done an extraordinary successful job job in doing so reading your book garden list and i just want to remind people this garden less technical tour of the world's best new gardens by christopher woods. I'm inspired expired to make a point to get more out of the gardens that you encounter when you travel. Let's close out with just take me on a stroll for a moment through a bit of have a garden that really resonated with you and tell me what you're experiencing you mentioned it's like a favorite sweater sometimes walk me through this garden in and give me a sense of the wonder it's one in america and it's the naples botanical garden in florida and was a parking lot and nothing before it was was created and it was designed by five landscape architects and to have five landscape architects in the room is a very dangerous thing in terms of temperament and so forth but extraordinarily they got on very well now it's in naples florida so it's tropical and it therefore has everything has grown extraordinarily fast but it's a series of experiences and while they have labels like the system brazilian garden or the caribbean garden or the javanese garden if you change the metaphor and away and take it as a musical piece when you enter the music starts to unfold and it's adagio and so forth i mean it's just classical concerto of botany added to that of course you're hearing that but you're seeing it but you're also smelling it so because it's in the tropics you get the sweet center frangipani that just comes down one avenue into your nose and and heightens your senses and then you move on and there's another fragrance and then then the sounds of birds various birds and you walk account to a natural area this is on the edge of the everglades and it's the preserve and sixty acres of natural area and all of a sudden things things quietened down. I don't know who compose this. Could it be beethoven because after you come away from the quieter of the preserve there's a riot in a crescendo sendo of flowers noisy and loud and so forth and it's just this continuing experience that rises and falls for your senses but inside you to this the rise in full of excitement and quiet and peace and curiosity and this whole range of experiences experiences and it applies to music or if you go to an art museum and you see three or four different paintings and the emotions motions those paintings evoke in you any of the expressions of humankind and gardening is no different from that while that is a new frontier in pleasure to unleash your sensuality and it all comes across in this book christopher woods. Thanks for writing garden list. Thank you so much travel with rick. Steves is produced add rick steves europe in edmonds washington by yours truly tim tapping with isaac kaplan wilner owner and casimiro hall special. 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A report gives us an inside view of the work culture in the illinois louis how speakers office it follows allegations of sexual harassment and bullying alonso here how some students in need of special education or sent out of illinois for that hell and how the offering of dual credit and advanced placement courses is working on the state project in springfield been working for years to find documents written by abraham lincoln. That's involved scouring libraries courthouses. We also get periodic calls from people that just happened to find a lincoln document sometimes their documents. We already have times documents. We've never seen before run the work done through the papers of abraham lincoln project and how horse tracks and illinois hope a a new state law can boost the industry that and more this hour on statewide welcome to statewide. I'm shawn crawford coming up this hour. We'll visit a horse track. That sees a brighter future. Thanks to an gambling ambling law but will it save the industry also could a solution to keeping asian carp out of the great lakes involves sound and we take a look at special education in students and why some are being sent out of the state for help those stories and more on this week's statewide i up a new report details a culture of sexual harassment in the illinois house speaker michael madigan office madigan commission the audit from chicago law firm after coming under fire for for not properly handling complaints that came out of the metoo movement it shows how madigan's own staff feels he's unapproachable and unavailable and how his former chief of staff ruled ruled by using fear w._b._z.'s illinois politics reporters tony arnold and dave mckinney spoke with melba laura about the reports findings melba began by asking dave want the report said about sexual harassment in the speaker's office well. This report took more than a year to pull together. <hes> it was done by former federal prosecutor maggie hickey it laid out a really miserable experience for low level women's staffers and madigan's office amongst themselves as soon as they would would get these jobs they would counsel one another. It'd be on the lookout for men in the capital displayed. What hickey described as creepy behavior. These workers kind of amongst themselves counseled one another not to drink alcohol halt not go out after hours with legislators. Don't look as if they were in hickeys words to available. I mean some women even went so far as to where fake wedding rings to fend standoff you know some of this bad behavior that was going on <hes> under madigan's watch your tony. I understand a lot of this report. Focuses not only on speaker mike madigan but his former former chief of staff gets a lot of detail here. Why is it focused so much on him. Well you actually details. How madigan was basically so unavailable to staff that a lot of the day to day. Work was laid upon the chief of staff. Then tim mates and makes was seen as the guy who would get stuff done of course that now now came at a heavy cost. There are a lot of examples of how may would bully staff in this report people complain that they had to do demeaning tasks for state representatives like vacuum apartments drive them around run errands even help sell homes <hes> the audit also found that makes us fear against underlings he would frequently frequently remind them that they were dispensable and can lose their jobs. I should note here. That makes actually lost his job. He was fired last year amid some specific bullying allegations sion's and dave. Can you give some context here. Madigan is arguably the most powerful politician in illinois. He's been in office since nineteen seventy-one. Where does the buck stop with him. While you're right i mean he is the longest serving speaker in american history but this really is a blemish on his legacy. I mean he can't escape blame for this because it all happened on his watch you know the report it it makes michael madigan seem almost as if he's like the wizard of oz i mean he's unavailable a staff. They don't seem around <hes> many of the people who work for him say they've never interacted with them and the problem with that is that that a lot of these people told hickey that they weren't sure he would have their back if they were to issue complained to him because he wouldn't know him he issued a statement accepting responsibility but here's the other takeaway from the report and in spite of all the problems hickey seems to madigan pass <hes> she praised his cooperation ration- and he gets plenty of mentioned but but he's almost a footnote to makes you know for example in the whole report yet up the number of times madigan gets mentioned. It's one hundred in ninety two times by comparison made skits mentioned nearly twice that many times antoni once we get a report like this and it comes out. How does it change the culture in the illinois statehouse well. There are some recommendations in this report it kind of goes out of the way to notice that a lot of the staff who work in the speaker's office our young the people who are just trying to make it impolitic or new to politics and they're trying to make it and then you add this dynamic than of some really established people who are much older and they are the ones who have a lot of the power here so some of the recommendations that it lists include that basically madigan should be more visible to his staff off in that would be a huge culture shift really for a seventy seven year old house speaker the report also recommends that power should be disbursed more within the speaker's office like like give more people responsibilities higher ethics officer. They'll make it all just the general counsel the office to deal with these issues <hes>. There's still some other questions about <unk>. How madigan has dealt with <hes> harassment issues. We know that there have been allegations made against some of his people in his political organizations and how that's been handled handled madigan has commissioned audits about how that was handled. Those have not been made public. We still don't know what those reports those findings are. There's even still civil lawsuit that still pending on that front that's tony arnold along dave mckinney detailing some of the findings of an audit of the illinois house speaker's office meanwhile. Tim makes us out with a statement that defends his tenure as madigan's chief of staff. He writes the criticisms against him. Don't appreciate how much responsibility he had and says quotes votes. If my demeanor or approach to my job did not instill trust in a healthy work environments i apologize next immigrants to illinois are now able to sue sue their landlords of their victims because of their citizenship status sam dunk law has more. It's now illegal for a landlord to hang citizenship over attendance head head as a way to threaten or discriminate against them. The new state law comes as fears of ice rates and deportation have gripped migrant communities nationwide fears which <unk> some landlords are reportedly taking advantage of governor. Jay pritzker signing of the bill makes illinois the second state after california to do so we're stronger when when we offer all of our residents the opportunities to improve their lives and the lives of their children here in illinois we are and always will be a welcoming coming state where before they had none immigrants now have legal recourse they can sue their landlords for damages and attorney fees and even ask a court to find them up to two thousand thousand dollars. I'm sam dunk law. Illinois is taking a step to help more individuals access low-cost banking a new state law will have the illinois controller's office provide an online listing of banks and credit unions that offer affordable startup costs and low minimum account balances. One in five illinois households don't use traditional regional banks because they can't afford them democratic senator christina castro of elgin says those people then turned to payday lenders and wind up paying more in fees a <unk> study performed in two thousand eight found that an average full-time worker who does not have traditional traditional banking sacrifice over forty thousand dollars over the course of their lifetime lifetime to banking fees once operating the website will allow someone to type in their address and find banking options in their area yeah <music> and <hes> when students had back to school most kids walk or ride ride the bus but for some special education students whose families live in illinois school is a residential facility or boarding school in another state. Our education reporter dusty rhodes has more. How many kids are we talking about. I asked melissa taylor past president of the statewide alliance for special ed administrators to take her best guest okay so i'm thinking that probably like a wealthier suburban. Schools probably do more than i think they do so let's say two hundred. It's over four hundred really wow yeah. That's a lot usually these placements are the last resort after the school and family have tried all other options options like therapeutic day schools in residential facilities in illinois and special ed providers here say we don't have enough but that's just one of the reasons kids end up going out out of state. We tried to put anything and everything. We can't in place to avoid that happening. This is another special ed director in central illinois district. She asked not to be named to protect the privacy of the student she had to send to a school in missouri and never wanna take a child out of their home but when a student has to two people with them all day at school and we still can't keep them safe because they left eighth grade one size and came back the freshman you know six inches taller and and <hes> eighty pounds heavier but yet their ability to be verbal about what they're upset about their ability to control their emotions their ability to understand. You know what's happening to their body. All of those kinds of things are still the same but we can't handle those with a much larger child however she says not l. placements or based on school safety. Sometimes they're requested by parents. My child has a special need. They have rights and you owe me and there's a real tendency to go listen. You're gonna give me what i want or i'm calling my attorney does special ed director says the benefits of a residential placement have have to be weighed against the negative effects of leaving home what you truly feel like they can not be provided in public school that they have to go to a horse ranch to get in wyoming. I don't know i'm making that up. Well actually illinois does send eight students to a horse ranch in montana and close to a hundred students to a variety of boarding schools rules in utah and about two dozen to a school near lake of the ozarks where treatment includes pairing each student with a pure bred golden retriever who pays for these schools schools. We all do for tuition. The home district kicks in their own schools. Per capita cost times too and the state of illinois covers the rest room and board it is paid with federal funds now. That's the students home district degrees. It's an appropriate placement but if the family can afford to pay upfront they can place their child in a private school live their own choice. Get their home district to approve it retroactively and then collect reimbursement. It's called unilateral placement and time. Tevi has seen a lot of it. He's director illinois association of school social workers and used to work at one of the state's wealthy suburban schools. They're trying to get every possible advantage for their students that they can and i think other families would would do the same if if they had the means to do that. Wealth is what agree on equalizer illinois spent close to six million dollars for out of state tuition in the two thousand seventeen eighteen school year records obtained through the freedom of information act showed that twenty two percent of that was paid on behalf of the wealthiest districts jennifer smith an attorney who has been representing school districts in these cases for sixteen years told me that many families make such requests after their child has experienced a mental health crisis and medical professionals recommended residential placement to ensure the student didn't safety but when it comes to kids it can be hard to know what the safest choice really is. That central illinois administrator who sent a student to missouri to a school called great circle later filed a complaint saying student was physically abused their the family withdrew him from the school so when you're sending a non verbal student to a residential facility where you cannot lay your eyes on them every day. It's a very scary thing to do reporting for illinois issues. I'm dusty rhodes a few days a week. Earl high school juniors and seniors said down for their first class in what's called their college classroom. It's where they can take dual enrollment courses and get college credit if they pass. Peter midland brings us that story last year earl villes graduating class was only thirty seven students but they left with nearly a combined a two hundred college credit hours because we are a textbook low income small country school that we're kind of proud of all the different opportunities sundanese that we can offer the kids. Earl principle is jeanette for the rebel to offer those courses through their partnership with illinois valley community college. They even have a dual credit lifetime fitness business course i've just had to approve the weight room the curriculum and made sure they got some new treadmills like around two hundred other illinois high schools they don't offer a._p. He coursework fruit says they don't have anything against her district prefers dual enrollments direct line to college and the technical career opportunities for people that don't want to go on to a four year school dual credit courses can also be much cheaper than normal college classes through these community college partnerships at it only costs five eight dollars per semester for students who get free or reduced lunch at kish walkie college. It's free and even a._p. The class of the test is significantly less than the cost of tuition so it's not only getting ready for college it saving money for college college president. Laurie borowitz there on the other end of many of those dual enrollment agreements with community college enrollment dropping steadily over the past decade dual credit has been a bright spot in the last year kiss says they've increase their dual credit in high schools by more than twenty percent but unlike the fitness teacher earl and that every school has teachers certified to be college level instructors the solution for genoa kingston high school was to contract out 'cause schwanke professors to come in and teach a class in their school. There are students back at earl who take a math what do a credit class online during their normal study hall and there's one student who drives down to ivy after lunch to take classes in person so when they walk across the the state to grab their high school diploma. There's an associate degree slipped inside too but issues still remain with dual credit and a._p. Programs for example with a._p. All all illinois public universities must accept a passing grade for credit but that's not guaranteed at private schools there also those in education who are concerned that a._p. And especially dual credit has blurred the line between high school and higher ed and in fact lowered standards for what is deemed college ready along with all that there are also racial gaps persisting within both a._p. And do a credit. Our data shows that only about two percent of programs in the country are representative the demographics in their building building. That's sasha rabkin. He's chief program officer at equal opportunity schools. They work inside schools to try to fix a._p. Program disparities. They're currently working with forty five different high schools in illinois along with partnering with the illinois state board of education often say in our work that opportunity precedes achievement they they collect data through student and faculty surveys and then use that to identify where they can target underserved students and as for the relaxed standard argument at least in a._p. A._p. They say bringing in new students doesn't lead to lower pass rates or drop. An average grades back at earl. Ville fruit believes they're dual. Credit program has been successful because it's become become ingrained in the school's culture rabkin says there are many cases where students don't know these programs are offered or somehow think they don't belong in them. I think at some level there's it really is about creating some urgency around the idea that there are opportunities available to schools where they are literally right across the hall from the education. They deserve last year. Then governor bruce round signed a measure leading illinois high school students enroll in an unlimited number of dual credit courses. I'm peter madeleine and stay with us on statewide next an idea to keep asian carp from spreading to the great lakes and this is state wide. I'm shawn crawford on the way with a new recreational marijuana laws to take effect next year. Law enforcement is getting ready and includes. Canine units will explain. There's a radical solution russian under consideration to stop asian carp from invading the great lakes. If left unchecked the invasive fish could devastate the lakes delicate ecosystem so officials are discussing having a plan that includes a blasting sound for massive underwater speakers. Mariah woeful with member station w._b._z. Explains don't worry. I'm going to play you that sound the sound that has the power to repel fish but i i have to tell you a little about asian carp. They're not the most aesthetically pleasing fish environmentalist robert hirschfeld westfield has been tracking the invasive fish for nearly a decade where walking around brandon road lock dam in suburban juliet where the speakers would be installed most people know asian in-car as the fish that propels itself into the air when it's frightened you'll see pods of thousands of them jumping ten fifteen feet out of the water and it's made for some the dynamic youtube videos but despite being entertaining and apparently pretty tasty though kind of phony asian carp can out compete native species for food and space and they could be bad for business on the great lakes including a seven billion dollar water recreation industry. If you're a voter. Maybe you don't want twenty pound fish flying hang out you thirty miles an hour while you're out on the water. That is a significant safety concern. Asian carp were imported in the early sixties and seventies to control algae at a farm ponds in the south but they escaped and have been swimming upstream and reproducing ever since so that's what brought us to the lock and dam about forty miles from chicago kogo. It's a crucial choke point between lake michigan and the illinois river which is already infested with asian carp before eight hundred thirty million dollars the u._s. army corp engineers wants to install an electric barrier here which would be the second on a chicago area waterway and for the first time in illinois big underwater speakers a harbor often disturbed by the frequency of sound or the vibrations from voters so the course out to find out what other sounds fish might hate. We started with some pure tones like a dial tone your phone dr. Mary best bray is with the u._s. Geological survey one of the cores main partners in fish repelling sound design signed the problem with using that one frequency at one time is that fish may habituate to that found so brace as she tried something a bit more displeasing and the fish had multiple reactions the first that they just slowly louis turn around and go the other direction and that's actually the response that we're looking for another one is jumping where sometimes people get hit by them and <hes> a third response can be that they freeze presumably to play dead but braces the majority of results. Do show sound could work in getting carp to safely swim away. The equipment comes from a company that makes underwater speakers for synchronized swimmers but that's another story back at brandon road lock and dam hirschfeld says he's glad to see some action on the issue but has doubts about the technology this solution that's been proposed will achieve some amount of risk reduction against asian carp getting great lakes. That's good but he says it doesn't go far enough one because the sound repellents are experimental and because asian carp have gotten past electric barriers elsewhere but also because it's a big compromise compromise between people like him who just want a physical barrier to stop car and others like the core that say that would disrupt cargo shipping on illinois waterways the public public is heavily invested in this and yet industry gets almost veto about what happens on a public waterway under the proposal states would have to pick up thirty five percent sent the eight hundred thirty million dollar tab the rest would come from the federal government though congress still needs to approve the plan and the money for it meetings with officials from great lakes states eighths are meant to gauge what nonfederal financial support might look like mariah willful w._b._z. News throughout the growing season farmers check on their fields to see how crops are doing whether there are any threats like a disease or insect they can ward off that process is called crop scouting and for harvest public media aiming mayor ear tagged along with an agronomist to understand how it works. Can everybody these caterpillars on a summer evening. Iowa state state university extension agronomist meghan anderson is leading the second in a series of crop scouting workshops another one though these are called fissile caterpillars lers they make the goal is to help farmers and landowners recognized pests diseases and other stressors that might hurt a crop so this spring in particular for some reason. These are causing a lot of issues in our soybean fields. They are eating the heck out of a lot of our beans especially our early planet ones without crop scouting one of two things this can happen a farmer may spray as a matter of course regardless of need that can lead to unnecessary pesticides or ones that missed the mark or a farmer won't realize there's a problem until it's too late to save the crop either way. The farmers prophet takes a hit over the next several weeks. The number of calls anderson gets about missile caterpillars takes off in late july she meets dan shawl in boone county iowa. He'd recently scouted his soybean fields to start time or get out. Look around the this'll caterpillars worried him. You can see the wedding the wedding and the defoliate some some holes in the leaves. He's already seen painted lady butterflies which is what this caterpillars become that means the pests on his plants. Today are the second generation the season he asked anderson to evaluate the infestation and help him decide whether he should apply an insecticide. I've lived five plants and i've got three six seven caterpillars and now i'm grossed out not been peed on she also estimates the amount of damage to leaves shawl has seven soybean fields and in some of them anderson says and insecticide is definitely warranted ted in others. It's not as clear this field. I would say we're not at the threshold point which would be like the tipping point to say you need to treat or you know a couple couple days from now few days from now you may be at the point where you've lost yield and you're not going to recover it and then she'll drives to field unlike all the others. They're literally hanging off. Since anderson declares some rose too far gone. The leaves look like green lace. They maybe have a two and a half trifle weeds that have not been eaten and everything else has been so it's been they've really done a number right here. Shall see dealer. Casey phantom has come along and he's seen several other customers fields decimated by the caterpillars. We have not had this much pressure on fissile since i've done this so which is how long been a see dealer for ten years ears in farmed for fifty two thanks to his scouting shall identify the problem and got the advice he needed within a timeframe that allowed him to act he he stomps out a few individual caterpillars quietly considers his calculation can he prevent enough crop loss to justify the cost of an insecticide treatment then anderson tells him that a third generation of this'll caterpillars could emerge this season which helps shall make up his mind. I'm going to do that's three or four of his seven soybean fields that will get sprayed and hopes he'll save his beans and bottom line. That's important important in a year when farmers are facing many pressures intense weather events ongoing tariffs and persistently low prices the time investment now of crop scouting it one proactive tool. They have to get the best possible results amy mayor harvest public media the reminder tracker website statewide show dot com for the stories issue here each week and binder weekly podcast through the n._p._r. One i think the law legalizing recreational marijuana in illinois will take effect next year and people are getting ready including law enforcement and one part of it in particular sergeant sergeant nick cunningham leads a canine unit in winnebago county sheriff's office guy stevens spoke with him recently and asked him what effect the new law will have on his work. One of the major impacts for the canine unit is that all of the provost that we currently have are trained to locate marijuana cocaine heroin win- methamphetamines wants marijuana's legalized as far as any services that we do on the street on vehicles we will not be able to use those patrol prologues for so in order to compensate for that we've just purchased to brand new dogs two labs that are going to be starting training next next week and those dogs will betrayed it in for narcotics but they will only be trained for cocaine heroin and methamphetamine myself and every other trainer in the nation and we'll tell you that we cannot retrain those dogs that we already have if they've already been trained on marijuana. It's not something that we could reliably take out of. How many dogs are affected as a major impact for the canine community. There's approximately four hundred and twenty narcotics tugs in illinois right now all of those dogs up until very recently. We're trained on marijuana so you've got four hundred twenty dogs. That can't be retrained now. Those dogs are still good for a lot of things. I have five patrol dogs now that better training marijuana and those dogs will still be in service. There's a lot of other things they can do those dogs because they're multipurpose dogs so everything else that they do is still fine and even then our caddock searches riches they're doing. We would still use those dogs because they're searching schools in the jail. Those dogs are used search warrants that we go on. Those are all areas where you can use it. The only impacted has is searches that we do on the street on vehicles. That's the only impacted us so what we've done is. We've just purchased these two new labs that we're gonna train up and they'll be doubled up in a car with another dog so i've got one handler. That's working to different dogs. How long does it take to train a dog to be the point word. You can comfortably go out there and feel like you're gonna have someone who's gonna be responsive and accurate. There's minimum standards that are set by the state training board which is four four weeks and i think most traitors tastes gonna take six to eight weeks to train a dog. That's all i wanna get these dogs now. So we have more than enough time to train these dogs. Get them ready before the first of the year but yeah two months has plenty of time to get a dog trained up. How often are these new. Dogs likely to be used. These new laws are probably be deployed. Wait at least six times a day at a minimum and i can tell you that this year already. The union has brought in over three hundred thousand dollars in seize your money just with the drive that we have now. We've talked about the dogs but specific are there other changes that officers as they go out despite having to make where there's not a record heard of at least in illinois of how to do with it or you still work in and out that we're still working out and there is case law in states where it is legalize and we'll be taking our direction from the state's attorney's office on how to handle those cases. Do you have some sense of things that you're going to have to anticipate or try to anticipate once. This takes effect now. I've been doing doing this for twenty eight years. This is just another law that changed to me. I've dealt with it every year all time so there's always going to be changes. There's always going to be ways that we have to change. We're doing to accommodate the laws. Land does just one more that sergeant nick cunningham. He's the head of the canine unit at the winnebago county sheriff's office and he spoke with guy stevens while there are more than fifty thousand homeless students in the state of illinois. That's according to data from the illinois state board of education. One school school district in suburban cook county used a little known state law to help to homeless families find a place to live but even advocates for the work around acknowledged. It's only going to help a fraction fraction of homeless families. Lee gains brings us the story last summer. Shanty was forced to leave the home. She shared with her two daughters and her mother and displaying. The landlord was selling the building. We're not using gentiles last name to protect her. Family's privacy landlords refuse to rent a shantelle chantelle because of her credit score and her income she makes twelve dollars an hour added department store moving day came and they had no place to go august. I we were into the hotel's. Living in hotels was something i wouldn't wish on anybody shan teal and her family spent two and a half months living in hotels they lived in a single room without a kitchen at first shantelle drove her oldest daughter from the hotel to her school. She packed her car with all of their belongings belongings because she was never sure where they'd be staying that night and that's how the principle of her daughter's school discovered she was homeless. He saw my things in the car and and he just he's passed out. He never saw me that way before. He was like what's going on. You know talks with me. Open up. Chantal did open up even though she was scared to tell l. school staff what was happening for fear her kids may be taken away instead. The school helped. Get the family into a home and that's thanks to a twenty seventeen gene state law. The idea behind the law is to house families and safe school districts money federal law requires that schools pay for transporting homeless kids kids back and forth to their original school district when they live far away in a hotel or a shelter. It can cost schools a lot of money this new state state law. Let's schools pay for a few months rent for homeless families instead it saves the district money and in the end it saves all illinois and s- money so everyone wins especially the kids that's sean slicer. He's the associate superintendent of east maine school district sixty three housing advocates. I talk to you in the state say his district is the only one that's actually used the law to help homeless families so far they've assisted to including shanty heels in case that was fifteen hundred dollars to cover most of her first month's rent and for chantal a home means more than just a roof over their heads her <unk> her kids have their own rooms photos of relatives line the walls though <hes> my dining room has like a lot of pictures on the wall considered considered our family room when we look back at the time that we have spent with family with his wettest they have on our wok time spent with family is worth every second slicer. The superintendent says is it was clear. She wouldn't have been able to find a place without the district's help. Chantal agrees probably still be living in the hotels or god knows. I'd i probably be out on the streets or shelter somewhere in the superintendent. I ever meet that guy. I'll probably give him a big kiss on the cheek but this law isn't going to help most of illinois homeless students and that's because it doesn't get at the root cause of homelessness for families christina and reese with the national center for homeless homeless education explains. We definitely don't have enough affordable housing in this country and so that is going to always create homeless situations even though the school district help shan't he'll get into her new home. She says the rent eighteen hundred dollars. Per month is far from affordable. I can't can't really afford the amount of rent that's here but i work hard enough every day. <hes> and i know that at any point if i fall behind the school told me that they're here for for me. The lack of affordable housing remains the biggest obstacle for low income families like shanti feels to overcome and that's not something a single law or school. The district can fix. I'm lee gaines illinois newsroom coming up next on statewide. We'll tell you about a project to find and publish all material written by abraham lincoln and later. It's been a rough few years for the horse racing industry in the state of illinois but it hopes are high that the new gambling law could help your more details. We're back on statewide and still to come will be visiting the fairmount race. Track in the metro. East hopes are high there for horse racing to get a boost from a new gambling law but first a project with a gold publish every document abraham lincoln wrote is getting more than four hundred thousand dollars in new grants the papers of abraham lincoln taking the documents some from private collections and archives lives and putting them online daniel worthington is director of the springfield based project which is part of the abraham lincoln presidential library. I spoke with him about it. Let's i tell people about the projects. I know it goes back several years. <hes> how did it all get started. And what is it become today. It got started in nineteen. Eighty-five as the lincoln legal papers it was initially created to collect all of the lincoln <hes> papers related to lincoln's legal cases in illinois and that project continued for nineteen eighty five to two thousand and that was completed in two thousand <hes> they went through all the county courthouses in illinois and found ninety six thousand documents related to lincoln's legal cases yes and that was created into a website into a four volume book edition and in two thousand the lincoln legal papers became the papers of abraham lincoln and the purpose of the papers of vam lincoln is to locate digitize and transcribe and contextualized is all documents written by written to or signed by lincoln during his life from his early years in illinois two of his assassination so it's really advanced from just just trying to find these documents also sharing these documents yes our main goal is to share these documents digitally online free of charge urge. We are one. We are the first digital only project. Most documentary projects are book edition projects. That <music> are a selective. We are the first that is digital alone. We don't do books at this point but our goal is to make sure that everyone everyone has a as an opportunity to see these documents and of course that takes money as far as i guess the the inputs of all of that information online and maybe even the hosting hosting of a does at all is that we're all grant money will go. Yes it takes money to of course have staff to go out and find the documents and endoscope scan the documents and transcribe them and to annotate them putting them in historical context it also takes money to pay for content management system to hold the documents that we have we have around one hundred six thousand documents already database which makes us the largest documentary editing project as far as a corpus assist material goes. We're talking with daniel worthington. He is director of the papers of abraham lincoln when you talk about these lincoln documents. How do you find find out about those. I'm guessing there's a variety of sources and maybe even just people calling saying. I think i have something here but how how does that come to your attention. We started by doing a survey of libraries around the country that we thought would have lincoln documents so we send a survey out in two thousand four and lee received oh probably four hundred fifty repository sent back positive feedback that they did have lincoln documents so we convinced inst- with the process of going to those institutions and scanning those documents if they gave us permission to do so or they scan them for us so that's that was the main gene impulse. We also went to the national archives in washington d._c. In the library of congress and scanned <hes> their collections and finally documents and scan scan those collections but we also get periodic calls from people that just happened to find lincoln document <hes> especially lincoln <hes> legal legal documents but we also get documents on a weekly monthly basis that people just happened to find sometimes their documents. We already have sometimes documents. We've never seen before so it's it varies then when we say documents not everything we're talking about here of course as gettysburg address or the patient proclamation. We're talking in some cases they. They may be a note that lincoln road. They may be something that he signed like you said legal could be legal the notations or legal filing that took place at a courthouse somewhere so it really it really does span quite a quite a large variety. Yes at a lot of times. It is endorsements than lincoln. Someone has written a letter to another person person. Lincoln has endorsed and said. I approve this action. Someone has written a letter to win his cabinet members and he endorses the letter. Sometimes it has a full lincoln letter after that he writes sometimes. It is a note on a particular subject. Sometimes it's fragment of some thoughts that he might have on a particular subject particularly for example god <hes> his view of how god works is a is one <hes> sometimes or speeches that he's written out so it does run the gamut a lot of times this things he's just signed like the emancipation proclamation or he. He's written out some things now now as i mentioned not. Everything's going to be like the religious. It's no you're talking about there. It may not always be to that level. What's the importance of those lesser known documents and making sure those are <hes> digitize as meet available well. The one thing that has been missing from most collections of lincoln documents have been the incoming correspondence to lincoln most documentary projects projects that have done lincoln work have done his outgoing correspondence. Linkin wasn't the most voracious letter writer. He didn't write nearly as many letters ordered and keep a diary so these incoming letters. Tell us a lot about what lincoln is thinking what was important to him. Some of them are and a and a lot of them. Conceptualize what he's what we already know. He's written. Why did he write this particular letter will he got a letter from someone who was asking him about this subject so so these letters provide a context for his life particularly in the presidency. We've estimated that he gets around seventeen thousand documents a month when he's president president so he sees a lot of things that come across his desk. He obviously can't read all those yesterday selective in what he can address so this gives you an idea of this scope of his work the scope of what he has to deal with the scope of just this the entire presidency during his time time 'cause he of course is fighting a war at the same time getting these letters many of these are our letters related to <hes> people asking for a pardon for their children for her husband for a job these letters coming from real people from the everyday people in this day and age. It would seem to me like most of the material would have been found by now. I am i wrong on that or is there still a lot out there. You believe that just people don't realize what they don't realize the importance of it. We believe that a lot of the the material has been found but there are still thousands and thousands of documents that are probably out there <hes> especially in the in foreign countries countries. We think that there's lots of letters that could be in canada in great britain in particular. Maybe in france we simply just don't know how many letters that that are in foreign countries we know for example we went to japan and we scan six documents that <hes> we thought there was thirty documents at this collection of one hundred six six so we we think that this could be an ongoing process for a long time <hes> but we don't want to spend all of our time looking for documents we want. We want to get these documents out there to people and of course we accept documents as they come along and if we need to do another search we'll do another search but right right now. We're concentrating on trying to get documents out there to people as i mentioned earlier there is <hes> the latest grants that have been awarded for the project about four hundred thousand dollars or so. Oh how far along does that get you to your goal. This will get us through the fiscal year twenty twenty three for the national going down for humanities. If this is a three year grant so that will allow us to plan out for three years that will get us into a period of the eighteen fifties in terms of <unk> our work the grant from the national historic records and publications commission will give us gives us one year funding but that's annual so we will be able to update that in annually get that so that we have the ability now to plan out for three years. We have do not have a final completion date. <hes> for the for the entire corpus of material we hope to have the period up to lincoln being elected finished by twenty twenty six and this will get halfway there. One one of the things that was written in the press release is that of course is a part of the n._i._h. Grant we have to get two hundred thousand dollars with his which is federal match match which means we have to as a project match that two hundred thousand dollars in order to get that money so if anyone is interested in contributing to that certainly we would welcome that and also say if you don't want to give money. That's perfectly fine with us as well. If you have a lincoln document we are not in the business of buying documents if you want to donate it to the library museum. That's perfectly up to you. All we are interested in is getting a scanner your document and <hes> we certainly do not want to a i steal your document or even in even try to purchase it from you. Our main concern is that that document is part of a larger core documents that we have and so people can see it out there in the in the public. Daniel worthington is director of the papers of abraham lincoln and you can see the work. The project is done link is that our website at statewide show dot com fairmount park racetrack is filled with spectators on most tuesdays and saturdays eager to watch horses fly down that track but with just forty one live racing days this year the stands at the collinsville track remained empty far far more days than they're filled a recent gambling expansion law in illinois could change the tracks fortunes and eric schmid tells us more. It's a race day at fairmount in the stands are packed by hundreds for horse hooky tuesday families with children and older patrons. Enjoy the balmy weather broken only by a slight breeze. They're all here to see one thing the horses race but the track is practically deserted on any day when there's not live horseracing competition from other casinos in the saint louis region and video gaming terminals in illinois slowly chipped away at the tracks attendance and prize money leaving just forty one days with live races this year jim watkins owns horses that race at fairmount and says empty stands have become the new normal. We went from racing five days a week ten races a day two days a week. Usually seven races a today watkins is also a member of the illinois horsemen's benevolent and protection association board of directors. The association represents horse owners and trainers in the state of illinois annoy and lobbied lawmakers for years to allow more types of gambling at the track. They got their wish this year. When governor jay pritzker signed the massive gaming expansion into law in june racetracks can now apply for a license to host table games like blackjack and roulette slots video gambling and sports betting for the first time time ever brian zander president and general manager of fairmount says it puts the track on an even playing field. We were constantly in have been constantly on the defensive and i think we have an opportunity to go on the offensive. He says additional racing days and expanded gambling will ensure larger payouts for those who race their horses the track the statute requires racetracks dedicate about thirteen percent of their gross revenue from gambling to racing purses zander says he anticipates the the expansion will nearly double the prize money for race winners which means fairmont can attract and host more competitive races but thomas wake of the illinois casino gaming gaming association is skeptical. The gambling expansion will actually deliver on its promises his organization represents many casinos around the state and says the metro east east will be oversaturated with gambling opportunities. Ish maybe so many new venues that basically you're not creating whole november's ranger gab who's just moving income from ten to twenty one but zander argues live racing coupled with casino gaming and sports betting. We'll make fairmount a unique destination s. donation any changes to the track are still far off. Zander says fairmount has to apply for its gaming licenses and wait for the illinois gaming board to establish new rules. The stuff doesn't happen overnight. I'm pointing towards 2021 is moving can actually go full blown. The track will eventually eclipse one hundred injured annual racing days. The law requires it for fairmount to retain its gaming license. That's good news for regular patrons of the track like bob bell. He says he has visited visited fairmount for more than twenty years. Whatever it takes keep the race track on. That's what i'm for. This is a good place to have a lot of fun ever. Tell my the odds look better better for fairmount than they have in a long time but the real test for the track comes over the next few years when the wager on gambling expansion plays out in belleville <music>. I'm eric schmidt and that does it for this week. Statewide thanks for joining us and be with us again next eckstein for more reports and conversations from in and around illinois and a reminder. Our podcast is available through the n._p._r. One app if you're looking for more information about the stories issue here you can find that at statewide show dot com. I'm shawn crawford statewide as a production of n._p._r. Illinois with help from other illinois public radio stations aw aw <music> <music> you're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network at live taught heartland newsfeed dot com. 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Should america be run by trader. Joe's among the many things that makes trader joe's an unusual company is that they turned down pretty much all meteoric meteoric quests so as you'll hear in this episode we never did get to interview any current trader joe's personnel but after the episode ran we did get a letter from the firm's ceo dan bane in your latest freakonomics radio podcast he wrote you pose the question. Should america be run by trader joe's we we are pretty sure such work would likely require a coat and tie. We lake hawaiian shirts so we will pass. Thanks so you'll hear from any current trader joe's personnel in this rebroadcast either hope you enjoy it nonetheless <music>. Let's play shark tank today. You're the investors shark tank. If you don't know is the t._v. Show where people pitch business ideas to famous investors offers. You might be mark cuban mr wonderful. You're trying to decide. Would you invest and that is michael roberto. He's a business professor at bryant university formerly emily of the harvard business school. There's one lecture. He likes to start by giving his students. This fictional shark tank pitch. I'd like to open a new kind of grocery store <hes> <hes> we're not gonna have any brand items. It's all going to be private label. We're going to have a no television advertising and no social media whatsoever. We're never going to have anything anything on sale. We're not gonna accept coupons. We'll have no loyalty card. We won't have a circular that appears in the sunday newspaper. We'll have no self checkout <unk>. We won't have wide aisles or big parking lots. <hes> would you invest in my company. And of course you're supposed to think there is no way i'd invest in in that company. That sounds like the stupidest company ever and of course get a lot of consternation. That's when roberta reveals that not only does such a grocery store already exist i but they're crushing the competition there at the top by a wide wide margin the sales per square footage estimates are unbelievable means three and four times better under some of the leading players in the industry so sounds like customers love this place but you might think a store like this would be brutal to work for and yet. It's ranked among the hundred best american companies to work for him. So what's it called trader. Joe's trader joe's trader. Joe's trader joe's trader. Joe's i do love trader joe's and there is a good chance you have never shopped at trader. Joe's maybe never even heard of it. It's got fewer even five hundred stores. The big chains like kroger and albertsons have well over two thousand walmart sells groceries more than four thousand stores and <unk> as michael. Roberto told us trader. Joe's doesn't advertise or do a lot of things. The typical grocery store does typical grocery. Store has a skew count skews stands ends for stock keeping unit so it's a number of different items carried in a store. What's grocery store. A supermarket might have thirty five thousand skews right the tremendous selection variety heidi you go to trader joe's and you only have say three thousand stock keeping units and the typical trader joe's grocery business is famous for low profit margins lots of competition lately an even bigger problem for the first time in history. American consumers are spending more money in restaurants and bars than in grocery. Sri stores trader. Joe's seems to be bucking this downward trend. It doesn't just have customers. It has fans the first thing i do when i know i'm going somewhere. Mars get on the internet and find where the closest trader joe's is. It's never been easy to run a grocery chain. Trader joe's makes it look easy and weirdly fun. I don't walk into trader joe's with eight strong to do list. It's not a chore when i walk into trader ages. It's a variety seeking exercise. So how did he do. That's the question will try to answer today. A question made more difficult by the fact the trader. Joe's is a fairly secretive company. I think that some of the secrecy is probably due to who owns them so we put on our freakonomics goggles us in an attempt to reverse engineer the secrets of traderjoes which it turns out are incredibly free economical things like choice architecture architecture and decision theory things like nudging and an embrace of experimentation in fact if economics were grocery store. It might be a trader joe's or at least try to be. It's like a real life case study of behavioral economics at work so here's the big question if trader trader joe's is really so good. Should their philosophy be applied elsewhere to trader joe's. I can't believe say this but should trader joe's be running america from stitcher and productions. This is freakonomics radio the podcast that explores the hidden side of everything. Here's your host stephen duffner. I i got interested in traderjoes about ten years ago. Never been to one of their stores but i had a general impression cheap and cheerful relatively laid back and sort of groovy for grocery store apparently reflection of its surface california roots also not aggressively health conscious but leaning in that direction and then i read a wall street journal article about german grocery chain called aldy that was ramping up its u._s. Expansion oldie is a super cheap super generic grocery store. More than ninety percent of its products were house brands and it was beating even walmart on price. The article said the all l. d. chain had two branches back in germany separately owned by two wealthy brothers named albrecht and that one of those branches also owned trader joe's i found this fact surprising only because when i think of german business practices i don't think of a groovy earthy crunchy california surfer vibe but there there it was i also learned that trader. Joe's stores were much smaller and typical supermarkets that they had their own way of doing things and the places without trader. Joe's often started petitions to bring one to their town. It was a sort of loony devotion usually reserved for sports teams or your favorite band kinda grocery does she store has a following like that and then when i learned that trader joe's out sells all other grocery stores per square foot. I really started paying attention. Then one one opened up near my office here in new york started shopping there and for the most part loving it. I realize it's not for everyone. In fact predator strategy is trying not to be for everyone but i did want to know the secrets to their success we reached out to the trader. Joe's headquarters in monrovia california and we're politely told to get lost as we mentioned earlier. The company is known for secrecy. The two brothers founded all north and south in germany. Have a record of that michael roberto again that was kind of the family heritage of early being pretty secretive about business operations and really they weren't even you couldn't even find photos orders of them like on the internet for years. I mean they were very secretive. It's a strange combination affirm that prides itself on user-friendliness while also keeping its distance yes which means that a lot of what's known about it comes from industry analysts and other secondary sources blitz start here in the very beginning. There really was a joe behind trader joe's joe colom. He opened the first store in nineteen sixty seven in pasadena california. He went with a south seas. He's team b._t. Judges hawaiian shirts calling employees captains and crew members in nineteen seventy nine colom sold the chain to one of of the secretive albrecht brothers feel feel albrecht was recluse. Perhaps it was said because he had once been kidnapped and held for ransom for seventeen days in germany albrecht died in two thousand ten but trader joe's remains notoriously press shy. It's also privately we held companies so no earnings calls with investment analysts no public proclamations of any sort really about how it does business and so to figure out how it works will rely on a few people who've spent a lot of time thinking about trader joe's including the business school professor michael roberto whom you've already met correct also the columbia business school professor sheena anger whose research specialty is particularly relevant here. I've been studying choice. What do we want choice. What are the things that affect how in what we choose and what are some things we can do to improve our choice making abilities. We'll also talk to <unk>. A trader joe's superfan. My name is kirk. Disarma- i reside in seward alaska seward by the way does not have a trader joe's nor does the the state of alaska the closest store from disarming his house is two thousand two hundred ninety five miles away by car in bellingham washington to serbia is the guy i who we heard earlier say this the first thing i do when i know i'm going somewhere is get on the internet and find where the closest trader joe's and we'll hear from a spy in the house of trader joe's former advertising executive named mark gardener who became obsessed with the chain and i had this thought you know what if i just went and worked there what would i learned about. This company learned about the company. Is it just about everything trader. Joe's does outside of exchanging food for money is unorthodox for modern grocery store. There's a lot to talk about the products of course the economics of their business model. They're very homemade. Do it yourself aesthetic including the hand and painted murals that reflect the neighborhood of every store but let's start with one of the first things i noticed when i started shopping there the employees yes they are are friendly and helpful and enthusiastic adhere to joe's what they want employs the i._r._s. Who have sampled the product who know the product who can say have you tried this wine or that that cheese but what really caught my eye was the sheer number of employees. There are so many of them. If you go in during slow time you can easily be <music> outnumbered by employees. T._j.'s t shirts and hawaiian prints one reason is that rather than stocking shelves overnight like most grocery stores trader. The joe stocks them during business hours. Why is mark gardener learned when he went to work there. The priority is to maximize customer interaction so they would tell us. They're going to be looking for customers who seem like they can't find something that they want or just seem curious about something. You're gonna initiate shake conversations with these people and that we want you to be friendly. We want to be chatty. We want you to be empathetic and more than anything else. I want you to do what it takes to make. Customers feel appreciated and wanted so that explains why there's so many employees in the aisles but there are also a ton of employees staffing checkout on one level. This makes sense makes the long checkout line move fast and checkout after all is where a store takes the customers money lesson number one in sales. Don't make it hard for people to give you their money but trader joe's also has employees directing traffic at the checkout line one telling you which registered a goto one pulling out of the big q and into the final q. and and one or two holding handmade signs marking the middle of the queue and the beginning. That's three or four employees do the job that most stores us zero employees to do or maybe they use some software for trader. Joe's seems to be aggressively low tech. No self checkout aisles no online ordering and pick up no customer loyalty programs and apparently trader joe's gathers no significant data on customers at all in the modern business business world. This is heresy. If you shop at whole foods which is owned by amazon you can be sure the company has an algorithm mc target on your back traderjoes. Meanwhile really didn't matter if it was a little old lady that was looking for one five dollar bottle of wine and if the wine shipment had just come in the back and i would go and look and look through one hundred different cases and see if i could find the one that she wanted and get her that one bottle of of wine if i spent fifteen minutes doing that and that made that customer really happy then the managers were happy and the store was happy so this is a riddle. Here's a company doesn't harness big data and doesn't generally seem to embrace a lot of technology it employs a lot of real live people people and he's them above the industry standard as of two thousand thirteen fulltime trader. Joe's crew members made about fifty thousand dollars a year while captains made more than one hundred thousand also with better than average benefits but this is also a company that sells its products at very low prices. According to one of those investigations investigations comparing a basket of items at a bunch of different grocery stores this one was done in two thousand and sixteen by the market watch website in the san francisco bay area trader. Your job was easily. The cheapest compared to safeway target and whole foods was thirty two percent cheaper than whole foods so how on earth can trader joe's as michael roberto told us taking the most revenue per square foot in the industry there at the top by a wide wide margin a two thousand twelve analysis estimated that trader joe's sells just over two thousand dollars of groceries per square foot wholefoods about twelve hundred dollars walmart six hundred your dollars. How is this happening. We should probably start with the products. A trader joe's sells here. Let me read off some of what they say are the most popular items items spatchcock te lemon rosemary chicken and carne asada tend to grow kohlrabi salad blend and cold pressed macho green tea lemonade did seesaw and turbo nado sugar chocolate almonds and go jong almonds peanut butter filled pretzels and five seed in bars. It's from the freezer section chicken tikka masala and gluten free cheese pizza with the cauliflower crust. These are the sort of foods that laid up instagram accounts and facebook pages that inspire fanatical devotion even among people who don't have a trader joe's within twenty three hundred miles like kirk who works as a facilities manager for the national park service in alaska. Whenever i leave the state i usually by a couple of hundred dollars worth of <hes> goods and i have an extra suitcase or duffel bag with me in my luggage serbia and his duffel bag have been all over. I've been to some in portland oregon reno nevada all over southern california. There's a number of them. My wipe is from kentucky and we've been to they have one in louisville now as well as indianapolis <hes> i go auto d._c. About once a year for work and love to go to the trader joe's in georgetown. What is it about trader joe's foods that creates such a lust. Let's put aside for a moment. The question of how good food is especially since taste is subjective at least to some degree but there are a few things to say about how trader joe's is at least different from a typical grocery store. I there is a sense of globetrotting globetrotting adventure. The masala the carne asada go jong almonds. That's why sheena anger thinks of shopping there as the variety c exercise. Oh let's see what kind of candy bars they have. They usually have kuchen parts. Let's see what kind of deals they might have on wines or cheeses or they're prepared foods sections kind of cool. What might they have that could add some more variety to the house the also offer rather unsubtle blend of healthy or at least healthy seeming and hedonistic. Yes you can buy kohlrabi salad and cauliflower crust pizza but you've also got <hes> peanut butter filled pretzels and seesaw and turban auto sugar chocolate almonds speaking of which turban nado sugar also known as natural tro brown sugar but still sugar. Why ed the turban auto. I have a few guesses one to say. You're just adding sugar. You're you're already chocolate. Covered almonds doesn't sound very healthy but turban otto sugar intriguing possibly even sophisticated instigated additionally trader. Joe's seems to understand what everyone in sales understands especially real estate agents adjectives are inexpensive and often useful especially when the actual virtues are limited a charming house is often in fact small house traderjoes reportedly puts great deal of effort into scouting sourcing and producing food that their customers truly love but they also pay a lot of attention into package design and descriptive salesmanship their marketing director is called director of words and phrases and clauses they publish an old fashioned newsprint bulletin the fearless flyer with indepth descriptions of new products when you walk into a trader joe's there's. There's a playful vibe as if to say hey you're just buying food. Food is delicious so enjoy yourself. There's also an artsy vibe type five more so oddly enough than in a typical bookstore these details as casual as they might seem would also appear to be strategic in two thousand eleven interview with the l._a. Times joe colom said that when he started trader joe's in the nineteen sixties he was inspired tired by an article. He read in scientific american about a huge spike in americans attending college. I felt this newly educated class of people would want something something different he recalled and that was the genesis of trader. Joe's widely choose pasadena as the first store location because he said pasadena is the epitome of a well educated town trader. Joe's is for over educated and underpaid people for all the classical musicians museum curator's. Here's and <hes> journalists he said this suggest from the very beginning trader joe's understood cream skimming targeting certain in kind of customer and letting the rest slide by as for the underpaid part of columns equation that would appear to be outdated an analysis despite time magazine found that as of two thousand fifteen trader joe's stores were located in counties with higher household median income than any other grocery chain including whole foods and about ten thousand dollars higher than u._s. median income but and this seems to be another key component of trader joe's success they also value value for galaxy is michael roberto found they usually set up shop in the cheaper parts of the expensive areas frankly in many cases there in sort of old strip malls so they've saved money on the real estate. The real estate firm zillow found that homes near trader joe's stores appreciate more quickly than homes in the city as a whole concluding that either trader joe's is really good at picking areas that are on the rise or for that. They are in part causing the rise. So how about about a new store in seward alaska that is kirk disarm us dream so i started a facebook page called bring <unk> trader joe's to alaska. This was in two thousand twelve. I thought man these guys. Maybe they just don't know what they're missing yet. <hes> and if i can create this facebook page and yeah i can get people around the state to start liking it and sending trader joe's an email to say we would really love to see your store here than maybe maybe trader. Joe's will actually listen to us so after one of his out of town trader joe's shopping binges when i come home with a suitcase full i like to to throw it on the kitchen table and take a picture of it and put it out there hopefully to motivate people to send that email trader joe's and let them know where we're out here. His facebook page got some traction about twelve hundred likes. I would say most of my friends in seward are aware that this is something thing that i would like to see happen unless you think to. Serbia is one of those guys who makes a facebook page for everything. No some of my friends might say i'm fairly politically active but honestly. I can't think of any other store that i might think to start a page to bring up here. Seward alaska does have a relatively high. Hi median household income but the population is a problem fewer than three thousand people discern. You concedes that anchorage a few hours away. I would be more sensible site for the first trader joe's in alaska and he'd happily make the drive. He just really wanted trader. Joe's every time i go to trader joe's and the lower forty-eight forty-eight they always look sideways at me when when i'm getting two to three hundred dollars worth of goods but i tell them you know it's because we live in alaska and we can get you guys come up here and since i started this page in two thousand twelve and they've never responded to single email. It seems a little unlikely right but hopefully they're going to listen to this interview and then i'll percentage will go up coming up after the break aac. We'll get into the economic details of trader. Joe's success will hear how they flip the script on customer relations just imagine if you would so what if you changed the rules what if you guys were both on the same side and will answer the question. We know you've been thinking what does trader. Joe's have in common with michelangelo. 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Wise even has a multi-currency account that lets you hold over forty currencies and convert them when you like test them out for free at transfer wise dot com slash freakonomics or download the app today all the mysteries concerning the success traderjoes. Here's what strikes me as the most interesting one their stores as we've learned are dr generally quite small roughly a third the size of a typical supermarket michael roberto again. We're all acclimated to every other supermarket looks the same and has thirty five thousand items. It has seven million varieties of toothpaste in tomato sauce. Every other player has all those things but trader joe's they only have a day three thousand stock keeping units in the typical trader joe's or four thousand most in one of their larger stores moreover as we've learned trader. Joe's prices are are relatively low and yet they also take in much higher revenues and stores at have more variety and more expensive items so how remember trader joe's doesn't sell a lot of brand name groceries. Roughly eighty percent of their products are privately items also known as store brands with what that means is trader. Joe's has mitigated the power. The suppliers might have over them so while they're not nearly as big as krogers and they can get great purchasing power because they're condensing unseen all they're buying in tomato sauce to one vendor for a very limited number of items and when you're selling something that you also manufacture actor or at least source directly you obviously stand to make more money than if you're buying from middleman that said even store branded products and taste good judging from the chain's success they do in fact some trader joe's branded items may taste identical to brand name foods why why because it appears the alright then tickle an investigation by the food website eater using freedom of information act requests found that many trader joe's items are in fact manufactured by the same companies that make the brand name versions of products that you can buy in many other grocery stores usually for significantly currently more money for instance. Those trader joe's pita chips with sea salt. They appear to be exactly the same as stacy's simply naked pita chips abs- trader joe's gluten free chocolate chip cookies according to the investigation are quote nearly identical in taste packaging and ingredients to tate's bake shop cookies. There's nothing wrong with this and it's hardly unusual for brand name manufacturers to run side business selling to private labels but most is places that sell a lot of house brands are seen as downmarket discounters not upmarket superstars like trader joe's so why are they different. Some of the credit must go to the clever packaging and the artful product descriptions but to get to the real secret of trader. Joe's does what i think might be the single biggest reason for its success. You have to go back to sheena anger. I i have been at the columbia business school since nineteen ninety eight and i started to study choice way back in nineteen ninety anger anger p._h._d. Is in social psychology as an undergrad. She double majored in psychology and economics. She was born in toronto to parents who immigrated from india her background. She believes gave her a different perspective on decision-making when she started working in the field and i got very interested in the kinds of questions that that we wouldn't have ordinarily asked like well to all cultures see choice in the same way we had assumed that it was eight we had assumed that everybody nobody saw it the same way that we somehow universal and i i think because i was an asian american. I didn't see it as that obvious. She wanted to explore blurred this question with kids from different backgrounds. Her theory was asian american kids and white american kids might think differently about choice before comparing the two groups she wanted to establish baseline confirm that for the white kids choice indeed had a positive effect. This baseline experiment fairmont turned out to be pretty interesting on its own. Here's how it worked. She brought a bunch of three year olds. One by one into a room full of toys half half of them were allowed to choose any toy and they could switch as they pleased the other half would be given just one toy with no option to switch. I started by looking at white american kids because i had to first show that i'm capable of replicating what prior scientists would say prior. Scientists would say it had been saying for decades is that choice is motivating that having choice or even the illusion of choice is associated with increased satisfaction and feeling more control over your life therefore the kids who could choose their toy should be happier for having the options and more likely to play longer. These ideas about choice were prominent not just in psychology they were baked into the foundation of economic thinking at the time that more choice is almost always better the less choice but when anger started her study and brought in the kids who could choose from an entire roomful of toys the white kids would come i'm in and they would look at all these toys and stare outside the window and then when i would just give them legos they were really happy in the replaying playing and i was like wait this goes totally against what i'm supposed to find this something wrong here so anger went back and examined some of those earlier studies about choice and decision taking she realized that when those researchers described giving people lots of choice in reality that meant something like two to six options not not a roomful like she had tried so anger ran a different study this time limiting the number of choices and now she confirmed what her predecessors had found but she kept thinking about what happened in that first study with the room full of toys. Why were they staring out the window. I don't get it. I gave them really really cool toys. I gave them all the most modern toys at the same time. I was going to this upscale grocery store. The store is is called drinkers market. It's a northern california institution i- anger was at stanford at the time so they had like two hundred fifty different kinds of mustards and vinegars mayonnaise and five hundred different kinds of fruits and vegetables and one hundred different kinds of olive oil then oh my god it was amazing and i would go to all these little tasting sessions and try try out like ten different kinds of vinegar and i also than thought to myself well. How come you never by any of those things you taste and i by then went to the store manager and i asked him whether his model of offering people all this choice was working now he said it did and he pointed did to the traffic and this story did have a lot of traffic but it was still an empirical question. Was it helping or was it not so angered designed an experiment at drinkers to answer the question she set up a tasting booth for jams and she alternated the choice set. Sometimes the booth would feature six different jams cbs sometimes twenty four and we looked at two things first. We look dead in which case did more people stopped the sample some jam and we found that more people. I stopped when they were twenty. Four on display sixty percents stopped when there were twenty four on display versus when there were six on display only forty percent of the people stopped and then when people stopped we gave everybody a coupon giving them one dollar off if they bought a jar of jam and in the back of the coupon was a code that told us if they they saw six versus twenty four now what we found was that of the people who stopped when there were twenty four and display only three three percent of those coupons were redeemed whereas of the people who stopped when there were six on display thirty per cent of the coupons were redeemed interesting. Allergic choice set generates more interest. The smaller choice set generates more action. Cina angers jammed study very simple but very powerful go on to become one of the most famous studies indecision science because it illustrates what a lot of us feel when we enter for instance gigantic supermarket with the finding illustrated we said we we want more choice presumably because of all the opportunities it provides us but when it comes down to making a choice we don't want that choice to be too hard or too conflict conflict ridden or two burdensome i- anger followed up her jam study with a look at employee participation in retirement savings plans and essentially actually what we found was that the plans that offered their employees more options you saw real decrease in participation rates so if you had had a plan that offered people less than five options <hes> the likelihood to participate was roughly around seventy five per cent and by the time you got plans offered people around sixty options now participation rates had dropped to below sixty percent. This phenomenon has come to be called. The paradox redux of choice but anger doesn't think that's quite right. It's not that more choices always worse than that. Less is always better. She orders it choice. This is both a limiting and powerful tool. Every context is different. You can imagine that a huge choice set is particularly welcome and the digital realm where you can search for exactly what you want with a few key strokes assuming that is you know what you want but in the analog world in the world of in grocery store for instance the size of a choice set matters not just because of the cost of real estate and transportation storage labor laboured stock the shelves but because of how we people make decisions envision a shelf in typical supermarket it has seven million varieties of toothpaste based in tomato sauce and trader joe's shelf. It doesn't overwhelm me. It usually gives me just a few choices per domain and having just a few choices per domain is more likely to lead to action. Imagine yourself standing in an aisle trader. Joe's you come across their five live seed almond bars and your lizard brain says well. There are no four seed almond bars succeed in bars. I don't even know why i need seeds almond bars but sure i think i'll get some of those trader. Joe's understands lessons more. It understands to use word of the moment curation. They don't overwhelm you with choice. Which is why you're more willing to examine each novel choice. <hes> there is story probably not true about michelangelo. Someone supposedly asked him how difficult it had been to sculpt his famous miss david and he said it's easy just chip away the stone. That doesn't look like david. I am not saying trader. Joe's is quite michelangelo's level but ah you get the idea there is great value in clearing away the clutter which is one reason she anger personally loves shopping traderjoes. It doesn't give me the boring stuff right. It keeps me excited because i want to see what do they have. And what do they have. That might get me thinking about not something. I don't ordinarily think about that. They also maintain. The mystery of novelty for novelty is also a powerful tool in sales and this to trader traderjoes understands. It is famous for constantly introducing new products experimenting with them really which means old products have to go. Maybe they'll come back. Maybe they won't this strategy would appear to be risky normally a typical grocery store. If the item that you typically bought isn't there you're really pest right. You're mad add michael roberto again trader. Joe's customers have come to understand that that's part of the trade off. You might see your peach mango salsa disappear but they'll be something something new to try that you can offer at your next cocktail party and while people with anger notes this strategy also gives every trip to trader joe's a sense of treasure hunt but that our appetite for novelty is domain specific. I deliberately go into that venue that venue new being trader joe's because i wanna learn about some choices. I'm trying to update my brain on choices but when i go into my coffee shop in the morning i do not engage in any act of updating. I don't wanna know i walk into my coffee shop every morning. I don't don't even say anything they just bring me out exactly what they bring me every other day and it's made exactly the same and i have no interest interest in engaging in any kind of variety seeking discover covered trader joe's totally by accident. That's mark gardener again. The former advertising executive who ended up working at traderjoes. He was living in california at the time time. I thought it was a local store but had a kind of a surf theme and i didn't know any better because they don't do any advertising. I only was go to it because it happened to be in my neighborhood. Then gardner moved to kansas city. Yes and that's when i really learn about trader joe's as a company because there was no oh trader joe's but there were these rumors of it. We're going to get a trader joe's and there was so much excitement. There's a facebook page called called. Bring trader joe's to kansas city that has five thousand friends as a former advertising. Guy gardner was impressed. I think the number one one thing that struck me about trader joe's is that they almost don't advertise at all. They don't market they. They have a pretty good website now but but for years that a rudimentary website they had almost no social media presence they had almost no will kind of public relations so they didn't do a whole bunch of things that i had spent my entire working life thinking well. You know these are the things that you do when you build a brand so that was really striking to me and i had this thought like you know what if i went and worked there. What would i learn about. This company. Gardner learned enough about the company by working there that he wrote a book about it called build brand lake trader. Joe's how did trader joe's respond well as you know. There are very very secretive company so they responded exactly exactly the way i expected which was with utter silence. What initially impressed gardner was how trader joe's had grown so much without spending all all the money that most firms spend on marketing advertising and so on but what impressed him once he got inside working as a crew member for twelve dollars an hour was was the company's culture well before the new kansas city store had opened on the first or second day of training a trader. Joe's executive came in to meet with the roughly fifty. The new hires including gardner the proceedings began with that standard horrifying request to say your name and tell a story about yourself and i am not kidding you. Fifty hands went up. It was all these people were picked me. I want to be the first i want to start. I want to tell you my story off and i looked around at that that group of hands going up and mine was up to you know because i'm because i love talking about myself but but most people don't at least not to grew strangers and i thought wow this is not an ordinary group of people and what i realized pretty quickly is is oh my god. This is what they hire for the higher for this kind of extroverted naturally chatty person you know an ad from dad all right save money on car insurance when you bundle home and auto with progressive gotta take these off right. What what is this. This looks good wow. Where did you get this. I'm talking to you with the hair yeah. Where did you get this good stuff. 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"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Korva Coleman Senate. Republicans are proposing a fresh economic stimulus package to deal with a corona virus. Some threatened industries could get billions of dollars in loan guarantees. Npr's Windsor Johnston reports. Some Americans could get direct help. The roughly trillion dollar package would provide direct financial help for Americans including cash payments of as much as twelve hundred dollars per adult and five hundred per child. The bill would also require insurance. Companies to pay for cove nineteen testing without a fee for patients congressional. Democrats have complained that they weren't involved in the drafting of the bill but say they're willing to work with Republicans to get a measure passed quickly. Npr's Windsor Johnston Reporting California. Governor Gavin. Newsom has ordered that all state residents must stay at home except for essential travel to avoid spreading the corona virus. The governor's order will affect about forty million people in California new reporting shows that North Carolina Senator Richard. Burr sold hundreds of thousands of dollars in stock last month just before the market sank on corona virus fears. Npr's held reports. Some Democrats are calling for an investigation of insider trading records show on February thirteenth a week before the market plunge Senator Richard. Burr SOLD UP TO ONE POINT. Seven million dollars of holdings the news comes after. Npr reported a secret recording revealed. Burt told a group of well connected. Constituents late last month to prepare for dire corona virus consequences as chairman of the Intelligence Committee. Burt was privy to early warnings about threats publicly he was reassuring about. Us Readiness Bird denies wrongdoing. Meantime at least three other senators sold major holdings around the same time Democrat Dianne Feinstein and Republicans Kelly Leffler and James. Inhofe amy held. Npr News. A report leaked from the European Union says pro-kremlin outlets have been spreading disinformation about the corona virus. Npr's Eleanor Beardsley says. The goal is to worsen the public health crisis in the West a video. That went viral this week in France blames researchers at the Pastor Institute for creating the Corona virus to make money geopolitics professor. Nicholas tenzer says Russian outlets but also sites from the far left and far right are spreading conspiracy theories or just trying to muddy the waters. It is not just to have alternative facts another truce but for the people to be completely disoriented and to have absolutely no idea whom we shall trust nuts when I travel from your video claiming Kovic nineteen was invented was created by a yellow vest. Protester his theory was taken apart and debunked in a story on the French nightly news owner Beers. Lee reporting this is NPR. The surgeon general is urging healthy Americans to donate blood supplies dwindling amid the corona virus outbreak. Dr Jerome Adams notes that with social distancing thousands of community blood drives have been cancelled. The American Red Cross is asking people to schedule appointments with them to deal with the blood shortage. The Bureau of land management is poised to go ahead with its quarterly sale of oil and gas leases on Federal Land. Wyoming. Public Radio's Cooper mckim. Reports several advocacy groups are pushing back because of the pandemic taxpayer. Conservative and environmental groups have all called on the BLM to suspend pending oil and gas lease sales. Aaron Weiss with the Center for Western priorities. He says those sales will serve as a bailout for struggling companies amidst cove in nineteen pushing down prices. You're essentially paying oil and gas companies to lock up public land that they do not need for drilling and will not produce any time soon. Because the price of oil is Solo. Some groups also raised concerns how cove nineteen would affect public input. The alum notes that it's auction is online and says there no public health risks associated with the process. Wyoming's next lease sale set for March twenty fourth for NPR news. I'm Cooper mckim. The government of India has executed four men for raping and killing a young woman in two thousand twelve. The exceptionally vicious attack shocked many India. Lawmakers passed new legislation against sexual violence although tens of thousands of women reported rapes in India in two thousand eighteen. I'm Korva Coleman. Npr News in Washington.

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Wednesday, March 11, 2020

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"From Washington DC. This is Westwood. One Daily News for Wednesday March Eleventh Twenty Twenty I'm Christopher cruise former vice president. Joe Biden improved his lead over Bernie Sanders in yesterday's Democratic Party presidential contests correspondent Bob Costantini reports from Cleveland that both Biden Sanders were going to hold rallies but cancelled them because of the corona virus without a big rally crowd at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. Joe Biden spoke mostly. Sobering tone is more than a comeback in my view are campaign comeback for the soul of this nation. This campaign is taking off. And I believe we're going to do well. From this point. On at that point Biden had one one hundred thirteen additional delegates for the Democratic convention. Bernie Sanders have been awarded fifty four. That's from the first three states projected four Biden Mississippi Missouri in Michigan with the numbers all seeming default his way patting his delegate lead. Biden spoke as a candidate does when the other has conceded. I WanNa thank Bernie Sanders and supportive for their tireless energy and their passion. We share a common goal and together. We'll defeat Donald trump. We'll together Bernie Sanders who also cancelled. A rally. Here was back home in Vermont and as the night grew dim politically AIDS sent word. He would not be making a statement responding to the results. Crunching the exit. Polling Biden had significant backing from union workers in Michigan and Missouri including among both states significant auto plants Bernie Sanders said one a lot of blue collar supporting those states in two thousand sixteen but unions were fearful in twenty twenty of his Medicare for all plan that would if enacted cut into their hard-won better than average healthcare benefits by himself to Obamacare. As the best way to cover uninsured Americans. If a public option is added to kind of Medicare for those who prefer it sanders try to tag Biden with an Anti Union label for having supported Nafta other trade agreements blamed for job losses? Bob Costantini Cleveland. Congress and the trump administration seemed to be making progress in deciding how the federal government will respond to the Corona Virus Capitol Hill correspondent. Linda Kenyon has the story. President trump is focusing on ways to blunt the viruses impact on the overall health of the economy like through a payroll tax cut for example the revealing about doing a lot of things. And that's one of the things we the president was speaking to reporters after meeting with Senate Republicans on Capitol Hill. His proposal for a payroll tax cut falls flat with House and Senate. Democrats like Senator Ron. Wyden it doesn't do a lot for people who rely on tips. It doesn't do much for people who have lost chefs. It does very little for folks who don't have sickly still the president sought to offer some reassurances to the American people and to Major. Us industry's about the impact of the corona virus. It will go away to stay calm and we'll go away. We WanNA protector shipping industrial cruise industry ships. We want to protect your airline industry very important but everybody has to be vigilant and has to be careful but because it's really working out democratic representative role release says the administration was a little late getting into the game. They did not employ the proper aggressive early detection surveillance mechanisms that this virus warranted release. It was also a doctor offers some basic advice. Stay home if you're sick. But what about those? Who can't stay home? That's where paid sick leave should come and says Democratic Representative Don Byer. We don't want people having to choose between a paycheck and preventing the spread of the disease. Getting tested and treated for the virus should be getting easier says vice president Mike Pence after meeting with insurance company representatives pence announces several new developments insurance companies. Here today before today have agreed to waive all co pays on Corona virus testing and extend coverage treatment that applies to private health insurance companies. But Penn says that's not all covered Medicare Medicaid and the vice president says the CEO is ever agreed to no surprise billing despite assurances. The testing and treatment will become more widely available. Dr Jerome Adams the US surgeon general offers a sobering assessment. We will see more cases unfortunately we are likely to see more deaths. We have not hit the peak of this epidemic quite yet many Kenyon Washington. The number of corona virus cases continues to grow across New York State. The majority of them are in Westchester County. Just north of New York City correspondent Steve. Kastenbaum tells us some of the steps. The state is taking to try to stop the virus from spreading further the largest cluster of corona virus cases in New York State is in new. Rochelle a suburb north of New York City. The number of people with cove in nineteen connected to a synagogue community in the town broke through the one hundred mark and public officials. Expect that figure to continue growing you. Rochelle is a particular problem so yesterday governor Andrew Cuomo announced that a containment area with a one mile radius of the focal point is being set up all schools and other locations in that containment area. Where people would gather in. Groups are now closed for at least the next two weeks. We're also going to use the National Guard in the containment area To deliver food to Homes to help with the cleaning of public spaces. Satellite lab is being. Set up inside the containment zone so that people don't have to travel outside of new. Rochelle to get tested something that potentially spreads the virus New York State Health Commissioner. Dr Howard Sucker said it may seem extreme to some people but it's necessary given everything they know about this cluster. We have to remember that that we are sitting with the first point on a curve of first couple points and a curve and and it'd be wonderful be able to go in the future and look back and see how this curve is. GonNa fall but we don't know that and so the most important thing to do is to take. All the precautions began governor. Cuomo said it's necessary in order to protect lives this will be a period of disruption for the local community. I understand that but for now the community isn't completely locked down. Meanwhile more schools have been canceling classes or switching to online teaching across the state the governor is urging employers to allow people to work from home and it appears that many already are because the subway has been noticeably less crowded in this city and late yesterday the New York City half marathon was canceled over. Twenty five thousand people were going to run in the world's premier half marathon on Sunday. Steve Kastenbaum New York. Russia's leader is supporting a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow him to run for re election in twenty twenty four and stay in office for many years after that more on that from correspondent bill michaels current law limits Russia's president to two consecutive terms and Russian President Vladimir Putin is set to turn out of office in Twenty Twenty Four. A lawmaker proposed either scrapping the two-term limit for presidents or resetting the clock so it doesn't apply to Putin the Russian leader told lawmakers he opposed doing away with the presidential term limit but supported the idea retain the Clark for twenty twenty four if the constitution is revised the constitutional change would pave the way for the sixty seven year old. Putin to stay in office until twenty thirty six if you desires bill michaels Washington and that Westwood One Daily News for Wednesday March Eleventh Twenty Twenty. I'm Christopher Cruise.

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Full Episode: Friday, March 20, 2020

World News This Week

23:10 min | 4 months ago

Full Episode: Friday, March 20, 2020

"From ABC News World News. This week I'm Iverson in New York coming up the new normal. Our team in Seattle really feels the way to the world when our shoulders to really rise to the Asian and and dire warning there will be people who die who didn't need the by Italy and crisis Kobe. Nineteen cases surpass China's very very tough day. Nfl superstar makes a career decision and out of the pandemic. Some light heartedness some help and some hope people and events that made headlines when world news this week continued. It seemed to all happen so fast within a matter of a week much of the US staying home as social distancing and flattening the curve now become part of our vocabularies it's all Doodoo Corona virus also known as Kovic Nineteen. All fifty states have reported cases new cases and new deaths reported every day. Dining services at bars and restaurants have stopped in many places. Millions of school children in college students are at home and taking online classes a shelter in place order enacted in the entire state of California and a warning from the State Department. No traveling abroad. Because you might get stuck. For a indefinite period health officials here are urging all Americans to be safe practice. Good hygiene and act consciously surgeon general. Dr Jerome Adams with this advice on Good Morning America. I want everyone to act as if you have the virus whenever you're interacting with someone else just imagine that you have the virus and act as if you WANNA protect them or that they have the virus and you want to keep yourself from getting there also new concerns about younger people contracting the virus. Abc's Aaron Katersky sat down with Dr Angelo Baldwin with Montefiore Medical Center in New York City. Who says no one should feel immune to the virus for most people we know. The virus appears to cause mild or moderate symptoms that appears to be more severe and older patients. But we've seen a doctor Baldwin hospitalizations among younger people. And what's all that about? That's correct so we are actually seeing high numbers in those that are under the age of fifty and so this is really important because a lot of younger people felt that may be they are immune to the virus and that's simply not show now. We also have to bear in mind that these people that were looking at we don't know what their co morbidity is our meaning that they may also have other types of diseases that predispose them to having more severe reactions to cove in nineteen but nonetheless the fact remains that it is affecting younger people and so we all need to do our part and a tragedy in New Jersey several members of one family get infected with Kovic nineteen. Abc's with Johnson explains in nearby freehold New Jersey an unimaginable loss for the FUSCO family. The fourth member of the tight knit family dying. All within days of each other. Three others hospitalize. Nearly Twenty family members now on quarantine daughter. Bridget Telling People magazine I am now. I don't believe what is going on. This has states like California and New York take drastic actions. New York state has the most cases in the US with a large number of those cases in New York City mayor. Bill de Blasios says things could get much. Worse will be people who die. Didn't need the die this week. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announcing that all non essential business be closed and workforce staff in an office be reduced to zero. There are essential services that will continue to function but one hundred percent of the workforce. And when I talk about the most drastic action we can take. This is the most drastic action we can take and also this week bars and in New York City closed only open for delivery and takeout. Here's ABC's Mark Remillard from New York on what this could mean for a large chunk of the city's workforce some patrons of New York City's pubs and bars getting in a final pint as bars went dark Monday in an effort to stop the spread of Corona virus. I may be seized Mark Remillard reporting from New York with cheers and tap of their beers on the dark. Wooden Bar Tab to patrons of one of New York's oldest pubs mcsorely Olde Ale House toast just ahead of a statewide shutdown of bars and restaurants at seven fifty. The bartender rings a bell for last call as a group of four men. Take a picture with a row of Beers on the table in front of that. It's an unusual circumstance for the city. That never sleeps but this New Yorker agrees with the movies a lot of hardship for people. But it's the right choice. The bartender a man in a classic White Apron hasn't seen anything like this before probation is coming back for a little bit or something you know. It's kind of unusual. The shutdown will no doubt be difficult for workers in the service industry who rely on tips as many will sit idle for the foreseeable future. Going to watch a lot of net flicks. I know that much much of this city shutting down gyms and movie theaters to mark Remillard. Abc News New York after a shelter in place was enacted in the bay area and Los Angeles Governor Gavin newsom now ordering people statewide to stay home. It's time for all of us to recognize as individuals and as a community. We need to do more to meet this moment. Abc's Alec Stone has more on what Los Angeles looks like the streets here in La County. Dr Empty with illegal ordered a stay home now. In effect most things are shutting down. All nonessential businesses are by law closed. That includes barbers salons clothing stores. Electric Stores Grocery stores hardware. Stores can stay open for essential goods. But it's an eerie quiet now. Under the order medical professionals in state officials across the country say they don't have enough protective equipment supplies and space to house the influx of patients. That are expected over the coming weeks. Maybe even months one issue ventilators which are essential for patients who developed severe respiratory symptoms. Chris capable is the CEO of Ventech Life Systems. He says the company's Washington State factory has been working non-stop. Our team in Seattle really feels the way to the world on our shoulders to really rise to the occasion. Abc's Ryan Burrow with a snapshot of the warnings in Illinois in Illinois. If only two percent of the state's population comes down with Cova nineteen. There wouldn't be enough hospital beds to handle all the patients. The Governor is activated dozens of National Guard members to help set up tents which may be needed to test and treat patients. He's also considering reopening shuttered hospitals. We're trying to project we're looking at what's available now and then we're looking at all of the available other opportunities for us to increase Hospital beds the other issue. Getting masks and other supplies. Hospital officials are pleading for donations from the Public Ryan Burrow. Abc News Chicago but as ABC's Matt Gutman explains the medical community is trying to get creative and have patients share ventilators never before been tried on humans now they can split those ventilators but it still requires skilled technicians to monitor the patients. There's also a concern that these patients are breathing. The same air and could transmit diseases and this is why doctors keep telling us to flatten the curve. So hospitals don't have to get into these situations where they use these unprecedented measures. This as automakers are now saying they can step in and help here again. Abc's Ryan Burrow a spokesman for General Motors confirming that CEO. Mary Barra spoke with the Director of the National Economic Council Larry cudlow about potentially producing ventilators and other medical equipment to help the country deal with CORONA VIRUS PANDEMIC. Ford's spokesman also saying that company stands ready to help the administration in any way it can. It's unclear when production would begin. Workers are being told to stay away from facilities through the end of the month Ryan Burrow. Abc News but as state and local governments. Try to prepare as best. They can to prevent a worst case scenario. Health officials had another concern this week that the US hasn't seen the worst of Kovic nineteen yet Italy which is considered roughly two weeks ahead of the US and be an indicator of how bad peak spread could be is in the midst of a major crisis. Abc's James Longman says. Doctors are stretched to their brink. This desperate plea doctor. In hard hit Gama we are in full emergency or L. Personal nurses and physicians are working round. The clock. Countless are. Were to fight these incredible situation. Three hundred volunteer doctors now being rushed in from other parts of the country to help. Even Barack Obama's crematorium overwhelmed bodies now have to be transported by the military to surrounding regions to be dealt with safely. This nurse saying the psychological tension has gone through the roof larvae. When not even counting the dead he wanted? She says the number of people who have died in Italy from covert nineteen now worse than China. Abc's Megan Williams has the story from Rome. Forty one thousand people have tested positive for the virus here in Italy though experts say the real number is significantly higher. They say the high death rate could be in part due to Italy's elderly population and the fact that much of the testing for the virus takes place among those who come to hospital. Emergency but experts still remained puzzled. Jim Quota Kapito meanwhile the president of the northern region of Lombardia Tedious on Tanna urged. Italians to stay inside saying. Maybe you haven't got it yet but every time you go out you risk your life and the lives of others. In the past week Italian authorities have handed out more than fifty three thousand warnings and fines for people who are out for no good reason heads of the hardest hit northern regions are urging the national government to ban outdoor exercise reduced supermarket hours and closed them completely on Sundays. Megan Williams. Abc News Rome. And then there's the economic toll of the Kovic nineteen pandemic as businesses close all over the US airlines in the hospitality industry take major hits and stocks go on another roller coaster. Ride this week. There's concern that there will be lasting long term effects for the US and global economy. President Trump has forgiven foreclosures evictions and Student Loan Payments. The President and Congress have already passed two bills that would offer emergency relief for Americans and they're working on a third a one trillion dollar package that could also give Americans a check to help with expenses Senate Republicans and the White House introducing trillion dollar plan to boost the economy which would include checks in directly to Americans. If you make seventy five thousand dollars or less you'll get a check for twelve hundred dollars anyone making up to ninety nine thousand dollars. We'll get a smaller check and families with household incomes under a hundred and ninety eight thousand dollars. We'll get up to five hundred dollars per child. Alex prochet ABC News Washington. Many Americans whose places of employment are closed or scaled back need relief now. Abc's Rebecca Jarvis. Talks about what those folks can do to stay afloat. If you've been laid off in addition to filing for unemployment insurance right away there were a number of companies that are suspending late. Fees and service interruptions. If you're behind on those bills including wireless providers like at and T. And Verizon and credit card companies like American Express and Citibank and some companies considered essential in. This pandemic are hiring here again. Abc's Rebecca Jarvis. Some of the most in demand jobs right now are clerks warehouse workers and truck drivers and grocers for retailers including Amazon. Kroger Safeway and target. Domino's is hiring ten thousand new workers plus professional companies that help people work from home including slack and zoom are to hire everything from customer service people to engineers and with those fears of an economic collapse long lines at grocery stores for essential supplies hearing. Abc's Aaron Katersky talking with the President and CEO of the National Grocers Association. Greg Ferrara who says the US supply chain is sound and there are jobs available for those who need them doors of being refilled if not on a daily basis sometimes multiple times. A day as you can imagine are stores are in Experiencing really is just been an unprecedented demand which we've never seen before so it's taken a little bit of time to get the product moving through the supply chain get through distribution centers on the trucks on the stores but product is flowing. Stores are getting filled up. What about those crucial products? That everyone seems to be interested in a hand. Sanitizer other cleaning supplies. The that grocery stores are often responsible for stocking. Those items are coming in We're seeing a larger out of stock on some of those items as compared to maybe toilet paper and certainly food products But the manufacturers are working on this products that are being made and they're getting them into supply chain as fast as possible. I was talking to one of our retailers today their wholesaler had a truckload of a hand sanitizer coming in and it was going to be out to the stores that they serve. So there won't be Pallets arriving one store but they're getting into the stores and getting into people's hands as quickly as they can what we would ask is that people certainly don't panic and that people buy what they need for that week. We have a lot of instances of people overbuying right now and I think it's really important that we remain calm. You probably what you need for your family for. The week in the stores are going to be opened. We're going to continue to get restocked. We'll be there serve you. We heard that message even from President trump that he is urging people to buy less not to panic by. How much of a problem is that? Still in in the stores that you're seeing Greg. It's still a bit of a problem So it is getting better. I think people are starting to hear those messages. From the president from the industry from media you are GonNa have grocery stores open. We're going to have food on the shelves. We'RE GONNA have product Michelle's we just need a lot of supply chain catch up a little bit and that is working right now. How many workers might have to be hired in the in the industry to to move that along? Well what's actually happening? Some of our stores right now and this is just wonderful. Seat community come together as we see restaurants and bars and other service industries have to pull back. Our stores obviously need help him. So we have our members going out into the community and saying hey if you need a job we are ready to hire you. Even you're certainly for a temporary basis. Come on come see US getting application and we love to love to hire you so there's just wonderful senior community to come together. It's wonderful to see Our supermarkets be able to pick up some of that slack and help people in their communities out continue to receive a paycheck as cases of Kobe. Nineteen spread here in the US. The trump administration and president trump held daily briefings this week to update the American public. And what they are doing at the federal level president trump calling himself a wartime president. This week this after widespread criticism including international passengers getting stranded in close quarters trying to get back to the US states reporting a shortage of testing kits available for those who have symptoms and other critics saying there was too much of a lag time in calling up the military and FEMA ABC's Karen Travers says femurs rule has been expanded. Fema is now the lead agency in the Federal Government's response to cove in nineteen previously. It had been the Department of Health and Human Services and Alex as our as our was also on point in charge of everything that in the vice president was put in charge of the task force and now. Hhs is being shifted to the side. The vice president said that The response through FEMA will now be executed locally and through states but supported by the federal government. That's really the approach. We've seen the administration take in the last couple of weeks. The president has issued guidelines. They have offered support but they are really leaving it up to state and local officials to make decisions on what needs to be done in their towns in their communities. And saying we're here to help. And the president of this week invoked the National Defense Production Act which he says would help in the manufacturing of medical supplies. We need certain equipment that the states are unable to get by themselves. So we're invoking it to use the powers of the federal government to help the states get things that they need. Like the masks. Non Essential Travel to Canada and Mexico is shut down and to medical military ships will be headed to hard hit areas in New York and Seattle. So what should you do if you exhibit symptoms? Abc Sherry Preston has more on that. It's perfectly normal for stress to cause you to feel bad but as far as going to get tested. Save that for those who really need. It says Dr Todd Eller Director of Infectious Diseases at south shore health and Weymouth Massachusetts. But I can tell you. Is that when you look at hospitalized patients? The most common symptoms are fevers. Dry Cough and then often shortness of breath. They develop pneumonia. Those who are not hospitalized often have a fever or sore throat or some trouble breathing. If that's you call your doctor's office tell them about your symptoms and let them decide what steps you should take Cheri Preston. Abc News ABC's Daria. Albinger has some tips on those who might get cabin fever while staying at home. Working from home can be lonely hard at times during periods. Where there's a lot of stress in the system? I think that's all the more time to find. Meaning what you do. Matt Miller runs broker which connect small and mid sized businesses with insurance policies. They're based in San Francisco and everyone is working from home trying to do things like digital happy hours where everyone gets together and Has Beers over over video conference? Everyone's just hop on a large video conference. You can do it without everyone being physically together in person cheers to that Daria Albinger. Abc News despite the concerns and the spread of Kobe. Nineteen Twenty Twenty. Presidential campaign is ongoing. Some states have postponed their primaries but former vice president Joe Biden picks up some more delegates this week and is ahead of Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders in the delegate count here again. Abc's Ryan Burrow. Put Florida Illinois Arizona Into Joe. Biden's corner is. He continues to rack up delegates and extend his lead over. Senator Bernie Sanders. We move closer to securing. The Democratic Party's nomination for president. But it was not a night big celebrations. Rather than a rallied. The former vice president opted for a livestream to talk about corona virus to avoid gathering some more than ten people. I'm speaking to you from my home. In Wilmington Delaware. Now hope all of you are staying. Safe Biden is now more than halfway securing the Democratic Nomination Ryan Burrow. Abc News Chicago. Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard suspended her campaign this week. It was a decision that devastated New England. Patriots Fans Star quarterback. Tom Brady has left the organization and is heading to the Tampa Bay bucks former patriots. Tight End Benjamin Watson joins ESPN and says the decision wasn't made lightly. Look Anytime you're somewhere for twenty years much less putting your heart and soul into playing football leading franchise being faces a franchise plugging your family to a certain community and then having to be uprooted and moved from that is very. It's a very difficult decision. And I know that he loves his era he loves to fancier as he said in his farewell letter but I was happy for him because I know that this is something that he wanted coming up. It doesn't matter if you're enrolled in school. If you're not enrolled in school our main focus is to see that. The children are fed no matter who they are. Some Americans have all striped step up to help others and spread some positivity during the covert nineteen crisis when world news this week continues the Kovic. Nineteen pandemic has many communities improvising on how to get help to those who need it but in Calhoun Georgia. A group of volunteers are making sure school. Kids still get the meals they need schools are closed so bus driver. Charlene Strickland says. She's using her bus for deliveries and she says every child needs a meal gets one. I know all of the kids in each home so if it at least enough people come out to carry the meals. I will ask if the rest of the children are in the house and if they are I will go ahead and send meals for those children and the virus not stopping some folks from spreading some birthday cheer. Abc's David Muir. Has that story families either. The principal from Valencia Valley Elementary School decorating their cars honking waving. And what they heard it was Isaac Birthday. It became a stop on their parade route birthday. Isaac turning five and in Sterling Massachusetts Ericsson has turned one hundred. She's in a nursing home in isolation but she's not alone released family gathering outside her window of your happy birthday really do waving back using cry. But she did. She's just throw the see. Everybody and in Chino Hills California music even in these times here again. Abc's Alec Stone Music being heard around the world right now like most schools in California Chino Hills. High School is closed students at home. But that's not stopping them from sending a moving message to the world using technology each member singing into their computers from home creating this performance of somewhere over the rainbow own each member in a box on the screen from their bedrooms singing together to the high school choir able to come together again Alex Stone. Abc and those are the people and events that made world news this week World News. This week was written and produced by joy. I'm Chuck Sivertsen. 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Doctors in Italy struggle to keep up with COVID-19

PRI's The World

46:27 min | 4 months ago

Doctors in Italy struggle to keep up with COVID-19

"The toll of the pandemic grows hospital supply chains and parents under strain in China. A QUARTER BILLION STUDENTS THE ENTIRE SCHOOL SYSTEM ONLINE. The learning curve especially in the first couple of weeks with mathematics wasn't even a learning cliff. The International Criminal Court will look at possible. Us warcrimes in Afghanistan. But Mike Pompeo says not on my watch. This is an international court in here. You have the secretary of state literally singling out staff members of that court publicly and threatening them and a kid from Mexico moves to Virginia. I had no friends. It was hard to make friends and then there wasn't that many Mexican people there and so what do I do I dance? He break dance right into the Olympic Games. But Not in twenty twenty. I'm Marco Werman those stories today on the world. We begin today with this. Public Service announcement. Stay at home that's US surgeon. General Dr Jerome Adams speaking earlier today he warned that the corona virus outbreak will get worse in the US. This week and that Americans are not doing enough. To Stop the spread we're not going to ventilate our way out of this problem. We're not going to treat our way out of this problem. The way you stop the spread of infectious disease like this is with mitigation measures and preventing people from getting it in the first place so while we are focusing on supply. We also need to focus on driving down demand this week. We need more people talking about. Hey stay at home. That's the message for this country for everyone. It's a message. Italians have been heating for nearly two weeks still. Italy has the most reported deaths of any country in the world. What does that look like? Well the Italian army is Faring. Coffins to remote areas that cannot keep up with the growing death toll. Steffano Mignona is a doctor. The Papa Giovanni Twenty-third Hospital and Begum. Oh Italy's hard hit city in the country's North Dot com donate jess returned to work today after successfully battling cove in nineteen. He says colleagues of the hospital are still getting sick with the virus. Some of them are in the. Icu has patients. We are seeing many doctors falling ill with the infection. The majority of them. He's a toll Might seems but a small number of them are in the issue. How do you fill the holes? When those doctors fall sick. I think every doctor can feel the fear of getting sick with this virus. We doesn't forgive anyone. Dot Notions Young People Daily. So we know that the majority of the death are elderly but we can experience the feeder. We add the more or less. At beds in the ICU. Own them out by by patients with the virus and we are opening a new awards nine dollars for more patients the same situation as in all the hospitals of the east part off the of Lombardia. So how were the other doctors at the hospital and other medical professionals coping right now? Why WE RE tweeted that lawless? Fourteen new doctor in our hospital to field hospital are being under construction in these days wanting Milano and one here in Baltimore. We're hearing about awful eggs. Essential decisions that doctors are having to make for example not giving a ventilator to people over sixty if there's a choice between giving it to somebody who's younger and in a bad situation so what kind of choices have you and your colleagues been forced to make recently what. I read this kind of news but I'm not sure that the true because I mean. Da Jeez dot a single factor for you to decide which we choate patient has to go to the intimidation or not. We experience a lack of of the resources. This is true some of the patients in the ICU. beds are are sent to other region in the south with at the moment as the capability to cope with the patient that we are not In the position to to treat is very difficult to set a line for these kinds of the season so we are trying to do the best for everyone. Well thank you very much for clarifying that. So the fact that you're sending some patients to the south of Italy in the middle of this lockdown that would suggest that they have the space and the capacity to help people so you would say this locked down. The effects of it are working. Well this is a hope for that because we are not until now seeing the benefits of the lockdown because As far as we know the incubation period is may be more than fourteen days yesterday we saw a difference in the rising of the new patient. So I mean I think today is not is not significant. But we are reaching the end of the second week from the lockdown so we had to be optimistic in that To that point the rate of mortality in Italy has surpassed most other countries in the world. Can you help us understand? Why why this is a very difficult question. We see a very high absolute number of death that is but we don't know how many people got the infection. We don't know that so it's very difficult in this moment at the moment To have a correct rate of of debts finally doctor. What message do you have for those of us here? In the United States given that this country seems to be just a couple of weeks behind the terrifying trajectory that Italy has followed. The only thing that people have to do is to stop working to stay and try to see no one for the next two to three weeks. Testing is very important. If you had to identify the contacts and separate the the positives patients but the main thing to do eased to isolate all the people each other. Stay at home and see no one for the next two or three weeks I think. So yeah we didn't lock older the county as a first decision. No one is the right decision in the pocket. I mean it is a completely new diseases so it's very difficult. Dr Stefan Omani with the Papa Giovanni Twenty-third Hospital in Bergamo Northern Italy. Thank you once again for being with us it. Welcome in Europe. Italy IS FIRST COME. Spain with more than thirty. Three Thousand Corona Virus Infections over two thousand people there have died from cove in nineteen. The country is now under lockdown. Spaniards can go out for food medical care or emergencies. That's basically it rule breakers face fines of more than one thousand dollars for some Spaniards. There is an escape but it also brings risk with it. Let's see Evita's reports. If I was at home I'd be cooped up in my small apartment in Barcelona. It's a nice place but I'm feeling very lucky to be here. I'm in a small town called Moya about an hour and a half away from the city. Here I can walk through the woods with my dog. Roomba it's one of the few times I get to go outside while we're on quarantine letting our dogs do their business. People have houses yards and Moya and nature nearby. It's very different from being in a city like Barcelona right now. Where many don't have outdoor space or sometimes not even a window that looks out onto the street. In Spain rural towns have emptied as young people moved to the cities for jobs in university degrees but in recent days there's been a mass exodus only in reverse people who could leave. The cities have come to places like this twenty two year old. Monica Stan is one of them. Looked familiar Louis. Lamour area can be all Pakistan says those of us who have family in small towns came here to be with them while both of us are in the same town. We can't meet face to face because of the quarantine so we spoke over video chat Costanza studies at a university in butter. Celona but classes are suspended is the Komo L. sustained during times of emergency like this. He says people go with their emotional. Support is custodian was raised in Barcelona but his extended family lives here. And more Ya. He says he worried about bringing the virus out here himself so he says he's trying to limit. Physical interactions with people as much as possible in the streets are fairly empty. Usually you see pedestrians in this area. But there aren't many out and about right now. Most are doing their food shopping. Some are masks and keeping their distance. The usual chatter of teenagers walking in groups and people eating and talking in cafes is gone as for the influx of city. Folks who've come here in recent days some of the locals are not that happy about it in fifty one year old. Yolanda though says it's a little selfish isn't it for city people to flee here though works at a retirement home where new rules prohibit outside visitors? She's mostly upset at the families that are out here for the simple comfort of having more space some houses and more ya are vacation homes owned by those who spend their summer months outside the city in Africa. Not The name or who? We don't have the kind of health services here they have in Barcelona. Bodo says the nearest hospital is half an hour away and even there. They lack some equipment. The most serious cases are sent over to Barcelona goal. Upset is this is the system at a minimal. The hintikka indicate avenue were though says she worries about the influx of outsiders collapsing. The local healthcare system hospitals and clinics across Spain are already straining to keep up with the rising number of corona virus cases. But there are signs of cooperation and more people are coming together to organize support networks. They're delivering food and supplies to those in vulnerable situations who can't leave their houses for fear of putting their lives at risk or offering childcare services to those who still have to work for those says she hopes these difficult times will help. Everybody learned to live in community but the does not teach us to be less individualistic. She tells me and to think about what we can do to help those around us for the World Nusseibeh Nevio this. Moya's pain the fight against the corona virus is also a race for medical supplies masks ventilators lifesaving medical equipment. A lot of that equipment comes from China and a lot of it is subject to tariffs tears that go back to the trade war. President trump started two years ago Chad bound as an economist who researches trade and international agreements. So we can't Redo the past two years Chad but in theory. Would we have less of a shortage of medical equipment if we never had these tariffs in the first place? I think the answer to that is is clearly yes. There's a number of products that the trump administration when they were deciding what to impose tariffs on and what not to impose tariffs on over the last two years. The American medical community A lot of insights came ahead and said you know. Try to avoid these. And in many instances the trump administration didn't so you end up with twenty five percent tariffs on things like oxygen concentrator. 's and thermometers and disposable medical head year you have. Ten percent tariffs on a lot of protective clothing or fifteen percent tariffs even and I think made it difficult for buyers American hospitals To prepare for you know a pandemic like we're seeing today. We should point out that the trump administration did announce quietly announced earlier this month that some of these tariffs on medical supplies would be temporarily reduced to deal with the corona virus when it charges unto American shores. Now it is here. So was that too little too late. Well I think it was definitely a step in the right direction. We want to get rid of these tariffs and make it easier for American hospitals to be able to get access to whatever they whatever supplies they need from wherever they might need them from but I also think that it is a bit of a mea culpa by the administration sort of recognizing that they have made it more difficult for the American medical community hospitals and doctors and nurses. They need this stuff right now and it seems to be a lot to asking them to kind of go through this bureaucratic process to ask for some tariff to be removed when they really should be focusing their time and energy and effort on other things. Well you kind of put your finger on a Chad. Time is of the essence So what does it? Us need to do right now. Play Nice with China. Make more medical supplies here or turn to other countries like Mexico. I mean they ranked second medical equipment but by the US. Yeah I think we need to do all of the above. I think no one knows how this is going to play out over the long term. The trump administration it needs to be thinking of creative ways to incentivize American production We also I think do need to to make nice with China and decide that well. You know some of the priorities that we were worried about six months ago or a year ago in fighting the trade war maybe we need to put some of those on the back burner and this is really actually much much more important. This is about life and death. We need to get the supplies from wherever we can get them as quickly as we can get them Chad. Balancing your fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington. Thank you very much. Thanks for having me your with the world. I'm Marco Werman. You're with the world. Let me steer your attention to a story that is not about the pandemic in Washington Secretary State. Mike Pompeo has been making some threats against international criminal prosecutors and that has sparked widespread outrage. The world's Rupa Shenoy explains before I tell you what. Us Secretary of State Mike pompeo said. Here's the context all rise earlier this month. The International Criminal Court or I C met at The Hague in the Netherlands. The International Criminal Court is now in session. It overturned a decision made by a lower court and gave the icy prosecutor's office permission to investigate possible war crimes by Afghan members of the Taliban and American forces the decision was welcomed by the ICC's chief prosecutor thought Suda. The many victims of atrocious crimes committed in the context of the conflict in Afghanistan deserve to finally have justice. Today they are one step closer to that coverage outcome. Ben Souda says there is reasonable basis to believe members of the US military and the CIA tortured and raped detainees the US. Government strongly opposes investigation. Last year went been. Suda asked permission to begin the PROB- The US revoked her visa fast. Forward to pump Pale last week during the so-called court which availing itself to be a nakedly political body POMPEO went on to call out to members of the ICT prosecutors staff by name. He said they were driving an effort to use the to investigate Americans with one. Identify those responsible for this. Partisan investigation and the family members who may want to travel to the United States are engaging activities inconsistent with making sure we protect Americans in response icy released a statement. That pointedly called those comments by pompeo threats. The court said it stands firmly by all its staff human rights groups expressed outrage and six former. Us officials who've handled questions of war crimes released a joint statement signaling their alarm one of them. David Scheffer who served as the US ambassador at large for war crimes issues in the Clinton administration. This is an international court. In here you have the secretary of state literally singling out staff members of that court publicly and threatening them it is just beyond the Pale Scheffer says there are lots of other ways the US could have approached the situation he says the US could have showed the court that it's done. Its own internal investigation of potential war crimes in Afghanistan. We constantly tell everyone that we investigate our own. So let's demonstrate that we have done that instead. Scheffer says Pompeo has put the court. Staffers and their families endanger the soccer day are threatening name staff and their families is something that dictatorships do Catherine. Gallagher is working with the SEC prosecutor. She represents two individuals who remain detained at Guantanamo without charge. I think it's really important to step back and remember why it is that the International Criminal Court is investigating in that is because the Bush administration established a global torture program after nine eleven and upper. Three administration's no one has been held accountable. Gallagher says if people don't speak out the trump administration's intimidation campaign will escalate. The State Department didn't respond to requests for comment for the world. I'm Rupa Shenoy. How might one global crisis offer lessons for an altogether different one? I'm talking about the corona virus pandemic. That's sweeping the globe and that other slower moving danger of climate change. Some people are already drawing a parallel between the two Auto Sharma researches change at MIT. He says that when people all over the world focused on one thing at the same time almost anything is possible. What we see is profound changes in habits and behaviors. We see mobilizing of massive resources. Hundred billion dollars here a trillion dollar there. Whatever it takes we see the changing and enforcement of regulation on a level of global coordination that we haven't seen before all of which of course is highly relevant climate action. So is it frustrating to you that this kind of change seems to happen when it suddenly a life or death situation? I mean so as climate change but slow motion versus fast motion. I wouldn't say it's frustrating. I think it's just interesting. That is possible at all. We see actually the moment we focus on as such a key issue. There's nothing we couldn't get done within weeks or months. We've talked a lot on the show. About how different governments have reacted to the virus? What do you think all these different responses from China to Italy to Singapore to the United States? What does it teach us about? How individual governments and leaders should be tackling climate change? There's a couple of learnings that we already have from the last few weeks. Yes we do need centralized government action in order to be effective in addressing these slower. Faster moving issues. We also saw that. If you have incompetent people at the core the most centralized government can actually turn into a weakness. So what about the mass mobilization? We have been seeing daily. Is Change literally overnight? Is there any kind of way that speed might be harnessed for the slower moving and seemingly more abstract problem of climate change in general? I think the point is very clear. We need a centralized capacity to respond and we need effective regulation. We need data inspired citizen awareness and action. We need basically all the sectors walking together business to kick in their creativity. We need citizens to rise to the occasion. We need all the sectors and all the capacities in society to work together. When you really break down the response to Covet nineteen that you really deal with all the issues that we also facing climate change including the issue of Social Justice Chroma health perspective. Of course you need to make all the tests and everything else freely available for everyone because no one is being served. If that's not the case in a world that's so interconnected and the same is true for climate action. I mean it seems corona virus could be the focus room for that kind of justice but that would be a huge change. So let me ask you. What kind of change do you hope this? Pandemic triggers in how we approach the climate crisis the climate crisis we have face saying is essentially a crisis of an old civilization hitting the wall and a new way of organizing how we work and live together wanting to take shape kind of needing to be developed. Ca. Deeper question of reimagined really not only our personal lives the way we organize our economy. The we evolve our democracy and the ways we shape our learning systems. Those other conversations. We should be having now that could put us into place to really take action around climate that is addressing some of the deeper root issues. And it's not just responding and reacting to the symptoms covert nineteen. It's a possibility. It's a forced upon moment of pausing that could help us to connect with that force. Both in our personal lives but also in trump's our collective agency auto Shurmur is a lecturer at Mit and founder of the Presence Institute which focuses on societal change. Thanks for these thought. Provoking ideas auto really appreciate your time. Thank you so much news headlines or about a minute away. You're listening to the world. The Tokyo Games are endowed but aspiring Olympic break dancers. Already have their eyes on twenty twenty four you know. Maybe they're not into swimming but they're into dancing so this is a perfect thing for them because now they have an opportunity as well waiting for the break. That finally came that story's coming up here on the world. Parents stuck at home with kids and still trying to work. This next story is for you. China is several months ahead of US dealing with corona virus outbreak which means several months ahead of US learning how to adapt and cope that includes improvements to online learning for kids. Who CAN'T GO TO SCHOOL? In China. The entire school system is shutdown rebecca. Cather has some lessons from Shanghai. These days mornings at my house sound like this. In class should Shanghai Education Bureau's e-learning classes start every day at nine? Am Sharp and students watched their lessons all the way to four thirty PM. I think I have to get dressed. That one thing in a half to have all my stuff. It's kind of like going to school. That's Leona my daughter. She's seven years old and the second grader at a public school here. She's not quite used to this new style of learning. She misses her teachers and classmates. They haven't seen each other since school at out for winter vacation in January just before. The virus outbreak forced everyone here to stay indoors. I'm waiting for you good sitting at the dining room table. It's hard for her to focus especially because her little brother can't stay quiet and when I'm always doing my work my brother keeps on doing the stuff that I wanna do. Oh yes he's just playing more than three hundred million students in China. Everyone from kindergartners. All the way up to university students are stuck at home trying to learn online. That's almost as many people as the entire population of the United States. This huge experiment got off to a Rocky Start Jessica. Kaufman Canadian teacher at a local school in Shanghai. Says there wasn't any time for training but I think for some people it's just such a crash course and the learning curve especially in the first couple of weeks with massive wasn't even it was like a learning cliff in some people held on people schools are still scrambling to make it all work. Internet connections can be spotty and teachers say they're working longer hours collecting grading homework and preparing online materials. They've had to learn some things the hard way. Don't leave the door unlocked. While giving an online lecture someone might walk in and be careful not to use any words band on the Chinese internet or you could get booted out of class. A lot of teachers are also parents and that makes things even harder. Drumming is third grade science teacher in Shandong Province in northern China. We talked at ten PM after two kids had gone to bed. Or who should engine? You'LL dolgin lawsuit up one of my friends. They and their spouse are both teachers and they're going crazy every day. They're just begging for school to start again. I never wanted to go back to work so much. They're not the only ones kids want to go back to school. To Lloyd's a-and is a sixth grader. At a private school in Shanghai he sits alone in his room and watches class on a laptop while his grandmother takes care of his four year. Old Brother he really misses school. Buford Star Packages school latrine classes. We can talk friends but at home known to talk to you. It's really boring. These stabbed libretto nearby. I can play with him but for kids. Who Don't have siblings. It's very lonely. Millions OF STUDENTS IN CHINA. Face an even greater challenge. They're preparing for high stakes entrance. Exams leading Djing lives in Shanghai with their fourteen year. Old Daughter who studying for exams in June homemade kindle. Y'All so the challenges you're cool. It's a lot of work. She has six teachers sending assignments all through the day and so there are many notifications. It puts a lot of pressure on them and the teachers. I don't think this is good for the children. Jingjing doesn't want to stress her daughter out but taking it easy isn't really an option. You were one yard social. I told her she doesn't need to do all the work if she's tired but she's very obedient student and she doesn't want to be the only one who's not doing her classwork sometimes. She's up till midnight doing homework. Everyone agrees that online learning is really challenging and some people wonder how effective it is. Jimmy in the third grade. Science teacher says what her school reopens. They may have to restart the semester. I sound happier. No she showed wash out the thing is we can't really guarantee that our students are learning anything. The younger kids especially can't manage their own learning so we don't know if they're getting anything out of their classes in the past few weeks more schools around the world have shut down to prevent the spread of the virus. I asked Kathleen McLennan. A Dean at a private school outside of Guangzhou if she hadn't he advice for communities just starting learning. Kathleen's husband is also a teacher and they have to school age. Kids the two of them struggle to get their own work done while helping out their children. My advice would be to keep it simple and absolutely to manage things so that you're taking care of your mental health and taking breaks and getting exercise and doing whatever it is that feed your soul. Just make sure you have enough time for that. Also my advice as your child struggles to focus and you struggle to get any work. Done closure is take deep breath and imagine that happy day in the hopefully not so distant future when your kid goes back to school. How this too shall pass. I don't know why I'm trying to riding home for the world. I'm Rebecca cancer in Shanghai. Russia says it's sending healthcare workers to help Italy. Italy has the highest reported number of deaths caused by the virus. Russia has reported just one death and fewer than five hundred cases overall. Some doctors are skeptical of the official numbers coming out of Russia including the Vasilyeva the head of Russia's Alliance of Doctors Trade Union. She spoke with us from Moscow and says that many cases of covert nineteen are likely being classified as pneumonia. You see that now. In our country we have real increase of Iman Ikaes government change a lot of hospitals into hospitals. Where only cases are treating in. Moscow now behalf about fifteen hospitals that are changed to treat pneumonia and three hospitals. So where coronavirus is treated really. We can shade increase of new more cases within the MIA of coronavirus. All over the world so our tests is not really very good. We'd have no enough tests. We have not good diagnostics to understand which monia cases is not Khurana buyers reach Israeli coronavirus. So Dr Vassiliev to be clear you believe that there are many more cases of Kevin Nineteen than the ones reported that many of those pneumonia cases may actually be cove in nineteen cases. Is that what you're saying so I can only suppose I can only support? How can we have increased of pneumonia without Increase of Corona virus all over the world. So of course. I think that could've quantity of patients with virus is much higher than government. Says you put out a video about this. As well as the conditions that Russian health workers are working under right now are the health professionals in Russia and the Russian health system prepared to take on this virus oh countries really very big and we have no enough. Ross and forgotten Nevada's it's very bad way to spread. This can protect you in some way our people from Cornell virus and the speed of current spread. I think we'll be much less than in Europe. You're saying basically. Russia is geographically predisposed to fighting this virus because everything is so spread out So we have no roads. How can occur? Novartis travel between towns and cities and religious without throws with our transport so in Russia to move from point. Eight to point. B. Is sometimes is very difficult. Of course that doesn't mean that corona virus will not spread it all in Russia. There are still flakes. There's still of course it will spread but not to such quick way as China into Europe. And also you see that. These diseases really dangerous for elder people. But I'll elder people have no monitor travel there sitting home. They're sitting there will just and they are very poor but the fact can protect our elder people from creek spread of this disease but our health system is also very poor so have not enough. Hospitals know enough medical stuff. We have no fabrics to provide masks protection costumes and so on. So what measures has Russia taken so far in limiting the spread of the Karoon virus? So if you say that now they're gorgeous are closed the school a closed. The universities are closed but the metro underground transport is opened for me. It's a great surprise and I think that it's the most dangerous source for spreading this infection Doctor you're the head of the alliance of Doctors Trade Union in Russia. What do you need from the government to help contain this? What do you think Russia should be doing right now? So of course. Russia should protect doctors. The government should buy should equip every medical worker with protection with masks costumes. And so on. It's very important every medical worker. Who Go for a book and go to the hospital and BECO- is really spreading this infection in the transportation the metro in the streets everywhere so the medical workers should be well equipped. And you're saying today. Russia is not prepared for that. Of course. Sometimes there's only one medical worker in Random Nation. Only one he or she is working for four people's so it's very difficult to work even now without any demand. Dr Vassiliev the head of Russia's Alliance of Doctors Trade Union speaking with us about Russia's response to cove in Nineteen Anastasia's in Moscow. Thank you very much. Thank you thank you bye-bye. As of now. The Tokyo Summer Olympics are still on the International Olympic Committee says cancellation is not on the agenda though one prominent member of the IOC says otherwise and postponed to the Games looks increasingly. Likely candidates says that the Olympics continue in July. Their athletes are not going Hayley. Wickenheiser is a five time Olympian with Canada's Women's Ice Hockey team. She took home. Four goals and one silver wickenheiser is also part of the International Olympic Committee Athletes Commission. I asked her what challenges. Athletes are facing. Right now There's so many if you look at the Olympic Games athletes train for literally to the minute Sports like swimming and track and field gymnastics. These athletes are training. They know exactly the minute the time of Day. They'RE GONNA compete. And then you work backwards from four years to make a plan to allow you to peak and be at your best at those moments and that just is impossible given the state of our disabilities training scenarios that exist but bigger than that. The athletes can be believed that in Canada. Were part of the collective community and putting ourselves as athlete so out training and doing things that need to be done at risk. Alternately puts many others at risk and so I think it came down to doing. What's right for the health of the nation and our citizens first and then athletes and sports second? Have you been in touch with the Canadian athletes? Who were training for this? Summer's Olympics. And what have you heard yes. I Have Canadian Olympic Committee. Athletes Commissions liaison profits across the country. We've been in constant contact every day. Essentially the majority of athletes were on side with this. There's a few that are asking why and wondering but Like I said it's been a very collective decision devastating decision I think. Athletes are heartbroken. Athletes are going through a lot of emotions. There's a lot of athletes that made. This may have been their last Olympic Games. I've heard from psychiatrists dealing with athletes. That athletes are undergoing a lot of stress and anxiety and deal with this in the unknown but in the end I think the overwhelming direction was. We need to do this. It's the right thing to do. Olympic performance often lead to some pretty tasty sponsorship deals? I mean will there be an economic kind of knock on effect from this. I think there's a lot of fear and uncertainty around. I think if if I was still an active athlete competing I would be. My livelihood came from sponsorship. It came from everything that goes into the lead up to the Games and oftentimes your performance in your ear impacted at an Olympic Games. Basically feeds and fuels you for the next four years in terms of financial way to live this very scary and this is real for a lot of Athens Will when my sponsors be able to stay on board with me is. Is there going to be an Olympics? When is it going to be all of these questions out there that I think we as a nation of sport is Canadian Olympic Committee and myself at the? We have to advocate for that. These are real stressful issues for athletes at will impact their not only their sport but their day to day life in their ability to feed their families. As to the win. Or the equation. Do you think The the the Olympics will just be cancelled. Or are you hoping for a postponement? What do you think will happen while the INC has said cancellation is not an option? And I believe that. That's the option. I think postponement is what we're looking towards by all accounts. Twenty twenty one. It's looking like a year as choice. A in discussion right now but knowing that I think it would be premature to speculate on when it will happen. We have to give the little bit of time now to get their stakeholders on side to speak to the Japanese. Organising comedian and people need to understand. The Olympic Games are the hardest sporting event in the world to to organize. There's so many logistics that go into this planning happens eight years out of the Games and it's a huge blow to the Japanese organizing committee but everybody has to work on side now to find the best way forward and be part of the solution to make these. Games happen whenever that will be counted as the first country to pull out. How do you think the rest of the world to respond? And if there's kind of a domino effect here how would you feel about that? We are going to see more countries. Say Hey we we have to push this thing and we have to do what's right. I think that Canadians in Canada should be very proud about this decision. I think it's the right one. And we're on the right side of history with this hockey star. Hayley wickenheiser is a Canadian five time Olympic champion. She's also part of the Athletes Commission. Hailey thank you very much. Thanks as you've heard. The Summer Olympics in Tokyo are in limbo. Some athletes are already looking past Tokyo to the Paris Olympics. In Two thousand twenty four swimmers runners also surfers and rock climbers even break dancers all part of a push to make the games more hip to appeal to a newer younger audience. Introducing new events the world. Sarah Birnbaum went to silver spring Maryland. To check out the northeast breaking regionals the first qualifying tournament for Team USA. Today the theater is dark. Packed WITH PEOPLE. Hip Hop is pounding from the loudspeakers. There's a parquet floor up front marked up with tape kind of like a basketball court but much smaller it's red versus blue one on one. The competitors face off in the middle dropping down to the ground kicking their feet in the air spinning on their heads the judges watch from the sidelines scoring them. And things like footwork. Power moves and musicality at the end of the judges table. Antonio Custodio is scribbling notes. This whole competition was his idea and more and more break dancers are participating in these kinds of tournaments as they. I what's happening with the Olympics. There's a new energy in the air that I think people are excited about Especially with the kids are having now and Olympic dream you know. Maybe they're not into swimming but they're into dancing so this is like a perfect thing for them because now they have an opportunity as well. Antonio was a kid like that the first time he saw somebody break dance he was five years old living in Mexico. My cousins put on a little family. Show like everyone does right. There were spinning around there listening to American music and I thought it was cool and I like how people were paying attention to them and I thought I wanted to get some of that attention so he did with little kids. Do he copied them. This just happened to be on time when you know breaking what's like a big thing in the United States. It was like all the movies were coming out in The Eighty S in Mexico Antonio wasn't exposed to those movies but then he saw some guy on TV named Michael Jackson. Doing a moonwalk which is actually borrowed from break. Dancing and Antonia was Ab-. His mom found a videotape of Michael Jackson. Where is dancing and wearing all these chains? She bought it for me for my birthday. And then I never stopped dancing after that. Antonio had no way of knowing than that break-dancing would become his lifeline when he was nine years old. His Dad announced that the family would be moving to the. Us next thing Antonio Remembers he was yanked away from his village in the desert. A place with no roads. A place where people wrote doggies instead of cars he says and plunked down in an apartment in Manassas. Virginia didn't speak any English and I had no friends. It was hard to make friends and then there wasn't that many Mexican people there and so what do I do? I dance would dance at school with dance. Rt's Dan's everywhere. That's all I would do. There are times in the intervening years. Where in Tokyo tried to stop dancing? He says he didn't WanNa be the guy who danced and that's it problem is he didn't know what else to do. He tried starting at least a dozen businesses. None of them worked by the time he was in his thirties. He was broke. I was living with my sister and She was helping me out. I was financially struggling. I can't even afford a cell phone. I was like all the way at the bottom. You know from trying. It's a long story but Antonio decided he was going to focus on doing the thing he was best at dancing one day somebody saw him dancing outside on the sidewalk and offered him a Gig that led to teach classes and then to running his own studio soon. He started to think what if he treated break-dancing more like a sport like taekwondo or karate so Antonio developed a color coded ranking system for his students but instead of cloth belts he awards them. Shoelaces goes knowledge. Why Green Brown orange and all the way up to black right and there's ten the ten laces a breaking. The Tonio created appoint system for judging. He came up with rules and regulations. He founded the competitive. Breaking League Antonia says it's modeled on the NFL and NBA and he began to organize tournaments around the US then last year when the International Olympic Committee announced that break-dancing might be added to the twenty twenty four summer Olympics in Paris Antonio saw an opportunity to assemble a US break-dancing team so when the time comes the US would be ready to compete and nobody has ever talked about created in eligible USA breaking team. So I took it on. There's like my thing is in the back on me right and I just feel like you know. There's nothing anyone can do to stop it and nobody seems to want to stop it. There are leagues around the world preparing for potential Olympic glory. Right now pundits say the Russians South Koreans and Japanese are the ones to beat. And that's what brings us back to this competition. The break-dancing northeast regionals the winners here. Go on to compete at nationals. And then the top scorers will form the US eighteen now. There are still a lot of steps between that and sending an American team to the Olympics and the break-dancing Olympics might not even happen in twenty twenty four. They're still one more vote scheduled for December but the way Antonio Sousa. It's only a matter of time regardless whether it's twenty twenty four twenty twenty if you seen what I've seen. There's really no way that economic on export is just impossible. Breaking is cool trick in has a life. Reagan has a heart. There's people doing it. There's kids all over the world practicing it and the sport of the future and I think that's the most beautiful part about the entire thing for the world. I'm Sarah just don't break dance in a big group. There are so many unanswered questions about the corona virus pandemic and how it will impact the. Us how we should be preparing for it tomorrow at noon eastern Dr Paul Bidding From the Harvard School of Public Health will be joining the world for a facebook live. Qna Doctor Binger is an expert on emergency preparedness. Put questions to him right now. On our facebook page then join. The conversation live at noon eastern tomorrow. All right let's get back to the break beat old school style. Manville Harris Studio in Boston. I'm Marco Werman. We know you're sitting tight right back here tomorrow. The world is a CO production of W. G. B. H. Boston the BBC World Service and Pierre Ex.

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Day 1,173: Trump demands praise as surgeon general warns of a Pearl Harbor moment

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Day 1,173: Trump demands praise as surgeon general warns of a Pearl Harbor moment

"From effects on Hulu Comes Mrs America. The highly anticipated drama explores the dawn of the Nineteen Seventies. Women's rights movement tune in as we explore the story of the equal rights amendments ratification and the unexpected backlash led by Schlafly. That forever shifted. The political landscape starring an award-winning cast including Cate Blanchett. Sarah Paulson Ouzo Deuba. And Elizabeth Banks. Mrs America Premieres April Fifteenth Exclusively on fx on Hulu visit who dot com for more a beacon of light on a clear night over empty city streets in New York and with that. Good evening once again as we start a new week this was day. Eleven hundred seventy three of the trump administration two hundred eleven days remain until our presidential election. And in case. You missed today's White House Corona Virus Task Force briefing. It's difficult to know where to begin. But for starters there's been another perfect call. The President says a conference. Call that Mike Pence had with all fifty governors was perfect. It's a title. He previously reserved only for his call with the Ukrainian president and as phone calls go. It's a lofty goal to achieve the president reports. There wasn't a negative person on the call and that just might be because governors have come to fear criticism of the president could mean that ventilators won't be on the way they were so positive. The president said to reporters. I just wish the politicians would say to you what they say to us about. Mike Pence Trump said today. I put him there. I thought he'd do well. He said supplies are being delivered on big planes. They're very big very powerful. He said he'll probably be tested for Corona virus quite a few times because the system of testing is now so quick and so easy because it is at the White House. He said a month ago. That anybody who wants a test can get a test member that appearance at the CDC well. It wasn't true then and it's not true tonight. He indicated today. That's a state matter. He said today reporters should begin their questions to him. With congratulations great job. He says he can see light at the end of the tunnel and he views. This current mitigation period as finite. He said today. Let's get it done. He told Americans to stay inside but one reminded that eight states have no similar recommendation. He said he has a moral and constitutional problem enforcing that kind of thing. The White House now says we should consolidate our visits to the grocery store and pharmacy to once every two weeks. Now in the real world we passed a bad benchmark today when the death toll surpassed ten thousand. We still don't know how many Americans have the virus but confirm cases now surpassed three hundred sixty four thousand the number of confirmed cases around the globe. Now over one point. Three million one of those cases is British Prime Minister Boris Johnson who tested positive for the virus twelve days ago now and he is now in intensive care. He was hospitalized there earlier today. Trump today talked about what he's done to help John's of asked two of the leading companies is a brilliant companies Ebola AIDS others. They've come with the solutions and just incredible jobs and I've asked them to contact London immediately. We've contacted all of Boris's doctors and we'll see what is going to take place as we mentioned here in the United States over ten thousand souls have now been lost to this virus. The surgeon general. Dr Jerome Adams predicted this week would be quote. Our Pearl Harbor moment are nine eleven moment. The hardest week of our lives tonight. Trump offered a more optimistic assessment the next week week and a half is going to be a big surge the professionals tell us and I think we're in good shape where bringing a lot of different resources to to various locations especially where the surges looking like. It's going to take place. Let's get our country opened as soon as we can. I think it's going to be sooner than people think the noted infectious disease expert. Dr Tony Fao. She had a much more cautious view of what it will take to get back to our lives as we knew it. We say getting back to normal. We mean something very different from what we're going through right now because right now. We are in a very intense mitigation. If you WANNA get to pre corona virus that might not ever happen in the sense of the fact that the threat is there. But I believe with therapies. That will be coming online with the fact that I feel confident. That over a period of time. We'll get a good vaccine that we will never have to get back to where we are right back now. Getting back to normal. Then we'll get back to normal. The State of New York New Jersey are still being hit. The hardest by this and DEMOC. There are also significant clusters now in Michigan California Louisiana Massachusetts for starters in New York. The crisis remains severe with over one. Hundred thirty thousand cases. The most of any state today governor Cuomo announce schools and non essential businesses will remain closed through the twenty ninth of this month but he also offered this glimmer of hope number of people. We lost number of New Yorkers four thousand seven hundred and fifty eight which is up from one fifty nine but which is effectively flat for two days while none of this is good news. The flattening possible flattening of the curve is better than the increases that we have seen the ICU. Admissions are down and daily intimations or down. Those are all good signs and again would suggest a possible flattening of the curve and across the River Phil Murphy. The Governor of New Jersey said he was seeing a similar trend. Since yesterday we have received another three thousand six hundred sixty three positive test results that brings the statewide total to forty one thousand and ninety we fully expect these numbers to rise to the levels they are rising too and we expect them to go higher however what we are seeing in real time in over the past week is a decline in the growth rate of new cases from twenty four percent day over day on March thirtieth to roughly twelve percent. Today this means that our efforts to flatten the curve are starting and I say starting to pay off now. Hospitals in both states are getting more relief tonight. The White House signed off on allowing that huge Navy hospital ship Comfort to accept Corona virus patients cases in other US cities are expected to peak in the middle of this month tonight. A curfew got underway nine. Pm in Boston remains in effect. Now until the fourth of May then there's the new report from the Inspector General at the Department of Health and Human Services concerning the White House response to this virus and examination of more than three hundred hospitals in late. March found their ability to respond has been hampered by severe shortages of protected gear staff and testing that backs. Up a lot of what? We've heard from medical staff in the nation's governors as recently as tonight but a contrast with the president's boasts about the federal government response under him. Here's what happened when he was asked today about this report. We are doing an incredible job and testing. We are doing a better job than anybody in the world right now. Hospitals can do their own. Testing also states can do their own testing states as opposed to be doing testing hospitals as opposed to doing testing. Do you understand that with the federal government listened to with the federal government. We're not supposed to stand on street. Corners doing testing tonight. Before we get to our leadoff discussion. We WanNA get more on. Perhaps the most prominent corona virus patient anywhere in the world tonight in Intensive Care Boris Johnson of the UK our chief foreign correspondent. Richard Engel has the latest and Richard. What do we know about his condition? And who's running the country so British officials say that he was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit earlier? Today a surprise announcement they had been just hours earlier. Assuring the public Assuring reporters that he was okay But not giving a great deal of detail then the announcement that he had been moved to an ICU. That he arrived conscious of that he was not on a ventilator and that he was still partially running the country but that he had critically deputized his his foreign secretary to take responsibility quote where necessary and one would assume that when you're in an ICU that would count as one of those times that is necessary and we know the foreign secretary is going to be leading the corona virus effort. And it's going to be chairing those meetings At least for the foreseeable future. So the the all of the ten Downing Street wanted to make sure that it was not an abdication that he's not quitting his office but that this was a temporary deputising where necessary and he's not on a ventilator for now Richard if Boris Johnson was not a full on corona virus denier he was by any standard minimize earlier and is accepted knowledge there that the UK among nations moved late on this he certainly was a minimize her. He visit was slow to act in this country This country has been a lot slower to impose some of the social distancing as having the closures than France or Italy and Spain in particular and there is this famous video infamous video in which Boris Johnson Even after the outbreak had begun said that he went to hospital met people he thought. Were Coronas Fire. Coronavirus victims were shaking hands. And said you will be pleased to know. I will continue to shake hands so he took that stance early on that. He wasn't going to let this get in his way. Despite some of the own social distancing advice that experts we're going to put out a also said that Shops should stay open up until the last minute and only changed course after. Some of the experts warned that there could be a massive death toll in this country unless he changed course and ultimately did A now he is in the hospital so there is a cruel irony to this and some people say that He he should have acted sooner that this country needed to act sooner and unlike other European countries which may be at the peak we're seeing the numbers plateau go down a experts. Here were worried that the US the UK like the US still has the worst to come coming in the next couple of weeks just after four. Am in London. Our thanks to Richard Angle for answering the bell. You take care of yourself here for our leadoff discussion on this. Consequential Monday night Ashley Parker Pulitzer Prize winning White House reporter for The Washington Post Robert Costa National Political reporter for the Post and moderator of Washington Week on PBS and Dr Anne Remind Professor of Epidemiology at the Ucla Fielding School of Public Health and infectious diseases of the Geffen School of Medicine. She's also running the Ucla Center for Global and Emigrant Health where she specializes in emerging infectious diseases something. She started as a Peace Corps volunteer in Africa. And Doc. I'd like to begin with you. We are clinging to bits of good news. Clinging almost two rumors and reports that the curve in certain hotspots is flattening. Where do you think we'll be in a week? What markers do you use to tell you where we are in this thing? This is a question of do we stand right now with the data that we have and one of the problems is we still don't have great data based on testing which would give denominator what we have our numbers of deaths and the the rates of infection of people who are getting tested. And so what what? We what we can say is over the last couple of days as Governor. Cuomo said we've seen debts start to plateau a little bit here and that is a good sign. At least that's comparing apples to apples. As comparing number people who came in number of people who number people who've died today versus yesterday today before but but we don't know how many people are dying over how many people are infected. And that's the real question here. We just don't have this information. The testing is still not sufficient. And I I. I know that they're now many many tested out there but the fact of the matter is is most people are struggling to get these tests and the hospitals because of the delay in in getting results from testing are are really crippling. The system is crippled by the ability to triage. People and the P. E. is being used on people who need to be you are. You're not sure if they have cove or not so really. We are still hindered by testing to really understand where we are on the curve. Ashley Parker is it possible that of all the death and despair around him that perhaps Boris Johnson has personalized this illness for his friend. Donald Trump. That's a great question and that's something we've been trying to figure out. Just how the president at more? Broadly is handling his own personal concerns in years You know this president. Before Karenna virus was a Germaphobe. People originally thought he wouldn't be able to run for office because he wouldn't be able to handle shaking hands with other people and there's mixed signs out of the White House on the one hand. He's been tested a number of times. He said it'll be tested. Going forward. As you mentioned the people who now come in close contact with him are tested. And then there's other moments where he exhibits very poor social distancing at those Daily News conferences historical even on the day when the message from the White House was everyone the guidance is to wear a mask is sort of APP. Said he couldn't imagine himself wearing a mask at behind the resolute desk so to get to your question in talking to people. Some said that yes. This is the sort of thing that may be drives it a bit more home for the president. Because you know that Boris Johnson is getting the absolute best care. He's not like an individual in the US who is having trouble or around the world having trouble getting testing having trouble. Getting an ICU. But getting the best care and he is still in the ICU. And then I've talked to people who said they think that the president will find a way to say well Johnson used to be a smoker. He's not quite like so. I think it remains to be seen yet on today's news. You mentioned it a lot so you can tell him but just which side of the ledger he comes down on Robert Costa. We have watched this president Especially this past weekend. advocate for a certain medication One point says he just thinks people should take it and that he might prophylactically people who are not symptomatic. Don't have a confirmed case. It is called as everyone knows by now. Hydroxy chloroquine your colleagues at the Washington. Post have done some explosive disturbing reporting on what brought this medication into the president's thoughts. Can you share that whether audience my colleagues and I reported tonight and the New York Times at a sharp report as well about the president's interest in a drug that has not yet been approved for use with Cova nineteen hydroxy chloroquine. And it's an anti-malaria drug many doctors in places like New York hotspots because of the situation the wartime conditions many of them have described them over the phone to me. Today are giving it to patients who are are suffering believing is helping them to deal with the virus but because it's not yet approved by the Food and Drug Administration their attentions inside of the Task Force inside of this administration about whether advocating for make sense whether it's really the the right political choice in ethical choice for president trump to make president. Trump has told his friends in his advisors. He's optimistic about it and that it could be helpful. But Anthony Falcone Dr Foul. She has not embrace the president's position on this. And you see. The president turning to people who are outside of the government of people who have appeared on Fox News doctors who are reputable within their fields. Who are friends with. Laura Ingraham the Fox News commentator and host on Friday of last week she brought to two of these doctors to meet with President Trump along with the FDA commissioner and this is the situation inside of the White House. The president hearing from Rudy Giuliani from doctors in New York from friends from television personalities. That's all the input he has at this moment. And if I had to take your comments from tonight and put them in a time capsule to be opened five years from tonight. I need a prediction. What do you think changes for good for the foreseeable future about our society? About interpersonal relations. After we have broken the back of this particular illness I think the people will take this idea that we need to prevent pandemics before we start much more seriously. This is something that has been an existential threat to so many and something that has just been a the the idea of a movie or or some horror film that this could actually happen and here we are. I think we're all coming to terms with the fact that we have not been prepared for a major catastrophic event that affects everybody in this nation. And so I think that that we will. We will hopefully might. My hope is that we will be taking this as a lesson in learning from it and making sure that we have all of the things in place that I think. Many of us thought we had under control. I think that will make sure that we'll have testing at we'll have funding for for Diagnostics and therapeutics and in good surveillance systems which are the backbone of all of this work that we need to do. I think that that five years from now we're GONNA be talking about this event. We talked about nine eleven. Five years later we understood that that we had organizations not talking to each other and understood the importance of leadership and the importance of national strategy and the role that every single institution in agency needs to play in preventing pandemics before they start. Ashley Parker. This came up today. The captain of the carrier Theodore Roosevelt. Who has been relieved of his duty was called stupid in front of his crew by the guy who's acting Navy secretary. Someone put the captain's personnel file on the president's desk. Donald Trump has read into it and found that this man has led an otherwise absolutely exempt. Exemplary Navy career does this follow an arc of trump's behavior in many ways. Yes I think if you watched the press conference. You saw us all trump's up on elections on display. He did not like the letter that the captain said he called it week. He was very insistent upon that that it was week. That was the word you said repeatedly but this is a president who likes generals who likes the military who likes men who are strong and and to be clear men and women serve in the military but he generally strengths himself with the man of the military who are strong and and serve in uniform and that was the other part that he stressed with this. Captain D. Sort of liked his credentials. The president is a credential EST. And so you saw him sort of torn up there. The Acting Secretary of the navy in one news cycle has just you know later in the day came out and apologized for the remarks he made on that ship. That were also leaked. And so I think we're GONNA see the president grappling with this because again he doesn't like weakness but he does like strong military credentials. Need a seemed inclined. If we're reading the tea leaves of what he said publicly today to give this captain a second chance. But we don't know for sure yet our. Thanks to Ashley Parker Robert Costa Andrew Moines for joining us and Richard Engel. Before that and coming up he volunteered for one of the most dangerous jobs on the planet right now. He's with US tonight to give a firsthand account of life on the front lines against this illness and later the president angrily dismisses an internal government report on supply shortages John Holloman on the political storm surrounding him and this crisis as the eleventh hour is just getting underway this Monday night with all the uncertainty in the world. Feeling safe at home has never been more important. It's why if you haven't already you need to check out simply safe home. Security their longtime friends of our show and for good reason simplisafe has made it easy to finally get comprehensive protection for your home. There's no technician or salesperson that needs to come and disrupt your house. You don't need to pay any outrageous monthly fees or sign a two year contract. You just order online. 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GonNa have any effect if the enemy is already inside the home. It doesn't do any good to lock the door at this week on. Why is this happening? Search for wise is happening wherever you're listening right now and subscribe. They are the front line of this war zone. The medical professionals working tirelessly to keep this nation alive. A Chicago anesthesiologist. Dr Corey Burger. I've described it as being basically right next to the nuclear reactor. He's thirty three working. Fourteen hours a day six nights a week. He put it this way to the Washington Post. I could be the last person. Some of these patients ever see or the last voice they hear a lot of people will never come off the ventilator. I forced myself to think about that for a few seconds each time. I walk into the ICU. To do an intimation to talk more about this. Dr Corey Kluber grave is with US anesthesiologist at the University of Illinois Chicago Dr Decision You make to go into this battle. The same as is made on the fly by police officers firefighters military and countering active shooters fires or enemies of this country. They looked to their right and left. Sometimes they see older folks with dependence and they figure if not me who tell me about the normal process your job as you point out. You're the last person people see. Ideally you hope to be the first person they see when they come out of the thanks for having me on so generally as an anesthesiologist amused to taking care of patients in the operating room. Where they're prepared for their surgery and kind of have an idea what next are but since the pandemic has began really kinda change. The mentality on this patients have different expectations. So sometimes they come in days or even hours earlier with cough and then I get a page overnight that the patient needs to be innovative. You know to the room. I put on my protective gear a going evaluate the patient. Unfortunately they don't have family or visitors with them. So I try to be you know additionally compassionate and try to take my time but oftentimes that'll have that's iron because situation origin. What aren't we getting about this illness? Yes so I think. The initial reporting the initial of what Kim we're talking about the time was that this really affects older. People people with chronic medical issues in at the time it probably was more the case. But lately I've been seeing on. I think what's being reported. Now is people of all age groups. People's People in their thirties forties fifties people without many medical problems are being affected or not having had two entities younger people who wouldn't think people so it's really something that people think they're safe because they're young healthy but they're playing Russian roulette if they don't really take the the recommendations Mysteriously scared yeah. It's one of those things that I don't often think about it with myself. I have asthma so I have a respect or to make me eat worried but you know I go to work every day. I walked into the hospital and I think what's the Megan. Byu Let's How patients that I intimated yesterday during and I really try not to think of myself too much in the situation in religious Focus on the work. I have ahead of me but you know here and there you know my family checks in on me. My coworkers chicken on me to see how feeling very vigilant about taking those The peace euro blew us away. Too many of your patients these days. Don't get too thank you. I know our audience won't get to thank you so I'll do so on behalf of all. Thank you very much for your work. Thank you for writing about it talking about it and coming on the broadcast with US tonight. Thank you bro. Coming UP FOR US. When we continue. Why did it take so long for this White House to come up with a battle plan for this illness? When we continue and in-depth report from the Washington Post sources revealing the trump administration. I learned about the virus outbreak in China January third. They report it this way. It took seventy days from that initial notification for trump to treat the corona virus not as a distant threat or harmless flu. Strain well under control. But as a lethal force that had outflanked America's defenses and was poised to kill tens of thousands of citizens. Let's talk about it with our guest tonight. John Heilmann national affairs analysts co host of the circus on showtime editor. In chief of the recount. John I'm going to begin with a piece of work that was just handed to me by the essential Maggie Haberman of the New York Times. Here's the headline. It's a bad one for the White House. Trade Adviser warned White House in January the risks of a pandemic forgive me these two quotes top. White House adviser starkly warned trump administration officials that the corona virus crisis could cost the United States trillions of dollars and put millions of Americans at risk of illness or death. This Peter Navarro were talking about quote the lack of immune protection or an existing cure or vaccine could leave. Americans defenseless in the case of a full blown corona virus outbreak. This lack of protection elevates the risk of corona virus evolving into a full blown pandemic imperilling the lives of millions of Americans. Johnson's that's what we're looking at tonight. A full blown pandemic talk about this daily dynamic. We see in the briefing room. Is it all an effort by trump to make sure that donald trump doesn't own what comes next? I think that's exactly what it is. Brian and I think you know there are two things that are worth noting here one. Is You know as has been the case throughout the now three three plus years of the trump administration. We see extraordinary reporting coming out of the nation's best newspapers you side at both the Washington Post and the New York Times that are already doing short instant histories of what happened and holding the president accountable as he stands up every day and those briefings and says no one could have seen. This coming was not anyone's screen. How could you ever imagine pandemic of this kind? Well it turns out. You could have seen it coming if you've been listening to your own intelligence officers starting in early. January and more more potent. I think this New York Times story because Peter Navarro is someone. The president does listen to someone who has the president's ear and yet a few weeks after those I reports from the intelligence community in early January order the Washington Post. You have this top level White House Adviser. Someone very close to the president signaling. Just how serious this could be in the president. Apparently ignoring him in late January we remember some of the things he was saying publicly in late. January playing down the crisis the financial crisis calling this the flu saying it would disappear. Miraculously within a few days while hearing these kinds of comments from people here Navarro so I think Brian as he talks every day. Whether it's in terms of how he characterizes the past in terms of how he downplays still the severity of what's going on and as he tries to shift blame as much as possible to the governors of the states where this pandemic is hitting most hard on a routine basis you see. The president tried to rewrite history. Try to evade responsibility for tens of thousands of deaths that impact our on his shoulders and to try to escape blame as he looks towards reelection in November John. At the intersection of politics. And this virus. Because everything intersects with this virus now. We had a trump talking to biden by phone today. The president came away. Saying is a nice guy. I've always thought he was a nice guy. And please tell our audience normally you and I would be on the air on a night like this previewing. Tomorrow's primary in Wisconsin. What on Earth were they thinking having a live. Vote according to some as you look at this. What on Earth is going to happen in Wisconsin? Well it's a very good question Brian and over the course of this news. Pack Day while we're all paying ATTENTION PRIMARILY TO CORONA VIRUS. News rather extraordinary thing was playing out both in the state of Wisconsin and in the United States Supreme Court. Where the Governor Tony Ebbers? After having having told his voters that he did not have the power to delay the election on Tuesday tried to issue an order delaying the election. He was shot down both by the state's legislature and then by the courts in Wisconsin so they basically forced his head he said look. We can't have this election tomorrow in a safe way. We need to delay it. The Republicans who control the legislature and the courts in Wisconsin said. No we're going to have this election tomorrow. And then on top of that adding insult to injury. The United States Supreme Court in a five to four vote shot Democrats efforts to extend the window by which voters could vote absentee in the state of Wisconsin. And so you had a one two punch here by a conservative Supreme Court at the at the federal level United States Supreme Court and in the state conservatives basically saying to voters. We don't care whether it's safe for you to vote or not. You have to make a choice here. You're if you want to exercise your franchise you're going to have to take your after a risk your health and that is a credible foreshadowing of what we're going to see in the next few months. Brian there is no more important to fight than the fight. That's going to be fought over the next few months over vote by mail across the country Donald Trump said he is against it Republicans by and large or against it. It is essential for us to have it is especially if we have a resurgence of Corona Kobe. Nineteen in the fall and yet we see this is the kind of thing that could happen in state after state. Wisconsin crucial battleground state. Where we're seeing an effort to disenfranchise successful that will disenfranchise tens of thousands of voters in this election and that is provides a preview of what we could be looking at a few months from now with much greater potential consequences. It will take voters to push for at times fifty states. John always a valued member of our kitchen cabinet. Thanks for having us in the night. Appreciate it coming up for us this evening. Witness to history and international journalists gets a remarkable. Look at the devastating toll of corona virus. Right here in our backyard including the gruesome question. What to do with the debt when we come back took our breath away today when the New York Times reported that New York. City officials are making contingency plans for temporary graves. In case corona virus deaths exceed the space in hospital morgues. They're not at that point yet. But the number of deaths are rapidly growing Sky News. Us correspondent Cordelia Lynch is the American based correspondent for Sky which is headquartered in the UK. She's been covering this story for the audience back home and she spoke to a team working in the morgue at Long Island Jewish Medical Center. They're working seven days a week in the midst of a pandemic with a sensitive task that simply didn't exist a few weeks ago finding ways for families to somehow say goodbye to the deceased. This time. That was a facetime so I did. I let her see me. Explain what she's going to see asking are if it's okay that she's you know. Are you able to see this? Because we couldn't keep it the way we normally do as far as you know having sheets and it was a body bag and you're seeing her face so that was difficult it must be very surreal and distressing for a family to have to look loved one on facetime. I'M NOT GONNA lie. I do Lynch. Us correspondent for sky. News has been kind enough to join US tonight. Cordelia we keep saying some version of this grocers could have never guessed they would be heroic in this. They would be considered essential members of our society nor could the people working in this hospital. No they were. They were going to have quite this sensitive a role absolutely Brian. You had there from Lisa. Kill feather a woman who normally looks after the administrative side of the work. They're in the mood and yet because they are so tragically overrun with bodies at the moment. She is being drafted into try and try and help move them. It is physical work. It is emotionally demanding work. They are say working seven days a week. She hasn't seen her daughter for three weeks. Such as the risk of possible infection. There were very tight knit team and that is no surprise because of the nature of the work that they have to do Brian but they were concerned too about the very small percentage of Kubat nineteen victims that going through autopsies because this is a system simply overrun a lot of the other hospitals in new city. That we've spoken to just don't have the capacity to deal with the debt. That's why of course we're seeing so many of those make shift malls outside hospital hospitals. Assad symbol now if this Kobe. Nineteen outbreak there Long Island. Jewish Medical Center. They have expanded. They have now three sites in which to try and place the bodies but they still don't know whether days and weeks ahead might take them. We ran a part of your work that we're showing on the screen last night. What you did from the emergency room and I suppose it's maybe it's trite maybe. It's accurate to say that sometimes the best mirror of what's happening here is from someone who is covering it for a different audience seeing how the sky viewers in the UK and elsewhere around the world are seeing us. was very revealing. Yeah you're absolutely right. I mean to me. I was stunned quite frankly when we walk inside a Trauma Center. We sold the pace the extent of the word the staunchness of the suffering. It was a room just packed with people. Struggling to breathe. I can still remember the clink. The oxygen tanks that they were ferrying back and forth to get into that very busy remark can hit the wire of the machines as well. I can see still in my head. Those doctors nurses rushing between the corridors. It was such a kinetic situation. You had a triage center outside where patients could go. Initially very swiftly. They were being moved on inside and then many transferred to the ICU. Eighty percents of patients in that ICU. Aku Nineteen patients that river. Weld will continue to try to air your work. We thank you for coming on and talking about a Cordelia Lynch with Sky News. Thank you coming up for us. A new president facing life or death crisis while leading a thoroughly divided nation. And it's not the crisis. We are living right now more on that when we come back as awful as these days are we are hardly witnessing the first time the US has dealt with crisis and societal division. At the same time in his new book called Lincoln on the Verge the author Ted widmer explodes explores the days leading up to Abraham Lincoln's inauguration with the civil war looming. That president was seeking ways to unify our country. We're happy to be joined by the author. Tonight Ted Widmer the Book Again. Lincoln on the verge. Ted has written widely about our country and our presidents including if I'm allowed a personal favourite a dandy biography of Martin Van Buren. That's on my shelf. He also happens to be a distinguished lecturer at the City University of New York. So Ted as your book arrives as it will in our household for a distraction. Hungry audience right now of readers. What gives us the viewer's guide to what's in it that we could learn in the age of trump will lincoln with a much weaker president elect than we usually remember him. He only won a little under forty percent of the vote. A lot of people were unhappy. He'd been elected he had to take a two thousand mile train trip to very divided country to even get to Washington in the last day of the trip he was nearly assassinated in Baltimore so he had his hands full and he had to tell a story about America and bring people back together which he did and argue that it was something of a miracle that even made it to Washington in in the first place so when you meet people and they know you by name or reputation no you to be a historian when they ask you as I'm sure many ultimately do have has it ever felt this bad before. Have we ever been as divided as we feel right now? What's your answer? Only once in eighteen sixty and sixty one in. It's something of a comfort to study that period because got out of it and Lincoln was a big reason. We did get out of it. He spoke honestly about the difficult truths of his country. He spoke to both parts of very divided country equally. He said you are as good as we are to the other side and he slowly brought people together on this thirteen day train trip under very difficult travelling conditions. He spoke beautifully to a divided country. And and so I. I find great hope in reading. What he he said back. Then I know this is parlor game among some in the history field but I love asking the question any way what. If we hadn't had him I don't think we would survive that crisis. I think he was the right man at the right moment. They're already contingency plans for a northern capital in Philadelphia if you didn't make it to Washington if he hadn't made it to Washington the border states probably wouldn't have stayed in the in the Union. So he he was a miracle for us at that time and it's hard to imagine what would have happened if he wasn't there. We should remind folks to support their favourite booksellers provided they're still in business and making eleven during this crisis and with that our thanks to Ted widmer the book once again. Lincoln on the verge. Ted Thank you very much for making us a part of your at least abbreviated by the Corona Virus Bookstore and coming up one of the few benefits of what we're living through right now last thing before we go tonight while I hope and trust you have already binged both madman and the Sopranos long ago. I don't have to remind you about those do I? And while you may be sick of the inside of your home or apartment by now it appears the earth is trying to thank us for what we're doing or not doing because we are not out and about and living our lives and commuting in trains and planes and automobiles it turns out it actually shows first of all. There's the visual in Paris. No construction no tourists. No BUZZ IN MADRID. The normal traffic and the effect it has on their air is no more as the skies above that great. Spanish city have now cleared and most fascinating of all. And it'll be this I quote around the world size. Malla GIS are observing a lot less ambient seismic noise meaning the vibrations generated by cars trains buses and people going about their daily lives and in the absence of that noise. Earth's upper crust is moving. Just a little less. In fact the scientists say the closest thing to right now in their business is Christmas Day every year when most people keep quiet and are indoors the upside is. They say they can tell. We are following the rules right now. One seismologist put it this way. You feel like you're alone at home but we can tell you that everyone is. Everyone is doing the same. Everyone is respecting the rules. How about that? That is our broadcast for this Monday. Night as we start a new week indoors on behalf of all of my colleagues at the networks of NBC. 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"From NPR news in Washington. I'm Korva Coleman officials in the northern Italian region of Lombardy. Say they'll deploy the army to enforce a lockdown to slow the spread of the corona virus. Npr Silvia Julie. Reports Italy's death toll is increasing. Italy's death toll is more than thirty. Four hundred as the country enters. Its Eleventh Day. In lockdown addict. Line in UKASES is not expected until the end of next week but LAMBERTI officials say too many people are still on the streets without justification and they want even tighter restrictions in worst hit bed northeast of Balon. There are so many deaths. The government set the army into pick up coffins piling up and take them to crematoriums in other towns along with Italian volunteers. A group of Chinese doctors has arrived in bed. Gamal Cuban doctors who worked in Africa during the Ebola outbreak are going to the town of Kramer and American doctors from an Evangelical Association. We'll go to Ramona yet. Another town in Lombardy Silvio Jolie. Npr News Rome. New reporting shows. North Carolina Senator Richard. Burr sold hundreds of thousands of dollars in stock last month just before the market sank on corona virus fears. Npr's Emmy held reports. Some Democrats are calling for an investigation of insider trading records show on February thirteenth a week before the market plunge Senator Richard. Burr SOLD UP TO ONE POINT. Seven million dollars of holdings the news comes after. Npr reported a secret recording revealed. Bur told a group of well connected constituents late last month to prepare for dire corona virus consequences as chairman of the Intelligence Committee bird was privy to early warnings about threats publicly he was reassuring about. Us Readiness Bird denies wrongdoing. Meantime at least three other senators sold major holdings around the same time Democrat Dianne Feinstein and Republicans Kelly Leffler and James inhofe amy health NPR news. Meanwhile Senator Burris tweeting. He says he used public news reports to guide his decision regarding sale of stocks however he says that he spoke with the Chairman of the Senate Ethics Committee and asked him to open a review of this matter with full. Transparency after several delays India has executed four men for the brutal rape and murder of a young woman in twenty twelve Sushmita Petach reports from by the horrific crime led to tougher anti rape. Laws in. India vins rights activists say the execution is historic in two thousand twelve. The twenty-three-year-old victim was traveling on a bus with a male friend. When she was gang-raped injured and thrown off the bus she died in hospital a few days later the crime shocked Indians in prompted huge protests demanding justice for the woman. Her mother says today she is finally got justice. Sushmita Potok reporting on Wall Street. The Dow was up three hundred. Eighty four points at twenty thousand. Four hundred. Seventy one eats up nearly two percent. This is NPR. The Corona virus is delaying the deadline to file income taxes Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says the trump administration is moving. The deadline from April fifteenth to July Fifteenth Mnuchin says taxpayers and businesses can use this time to file and make payments without interest or penalties as the number of corona virus cases in South Africa keeps rising. The country has introduced a raft of measures to deal with a pandemic disseminating fake news about the virus. Now draws a jail term South Africa is also erecting twenty five mile long fence along its border with symboblic ish Mahfoud Reports the fence is meant to stop illegal entry into South Africa. New regulations prohibit the sale and consumption of alcohol in places that serve it between six PM and my name during weekdays. The hours are longer over the weekends. Restaurants are limited to fifty eating and drinking patrons south. Africa has confirmed more than a hundred cases. Namibia in this teeny formerly Swaziland. Every part of the cases those Imbaba is still to confirm its first case. It has put measures in place to deal with the coronavirus for NPR. News I'm he smoked Wendy Guay Inari the. Us Surgeon General is urging healthy Americans to donate blood supplies are dwindling and the corona virus. Outbreak is growing Dr Jerome Adams. Notes that with social distancing thousands of community blood drives having cancelled. The American Red Cross is asking people to schedule appointments with them on. Korva COLEMAN NPR news.

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CRUSADE Channel Newscast April 8th 2020

CRUSADE Channel Previews

06:39 min | 4 months ago

CRUSADE Channel Newscast April 8th 2020

"Ralph Waldo Emerson. Once said coup is good for Thailand but Genius Waltz prow. Well that's funny because when I finished morning prayers. I do want coffee. And what little genius I have tells me to choose. Crusade Captain Dark Roast. Our coffee is custom roasted from the finest fair trade coffee beans and bag by the heavenly Rose Coffee Company order your supply a crusade captured dark roast today by browsing to Mike Church Dot com forward slash coffee. That's Mike Church Dot com forward slash coffee or call eight four four or five Crusade News News. You can trust because the truth can be trusted from Crusade Channel News Desk Stacey Cohan Good Morning Crusaders. Welcome to Wednesday April eight twenty twenty. I'm Stacey cohan reporting from the Crusade Channel News desk at the Coen ranch in Winkelmann Arizona. This report is brought to you by the way. Let Prayer Cards Company. These top quality prayer cards are available at my Church. Dot Com slash Latin learn Latin pray Latin because the devil hates Latin. Here's what to listen for this hour. President trump may withhold funds to the World Health Organization. The Acting Navy secretary quit and the krona virus has taken country folksinger John. Prime President trump signalled Tuesday. That he may put a very powerful hold on funding to the World Health Organization as he lashed out at the United Nations specialized agency and accused it of being very China. Centric amid the corona virus pandemic reiterating his complaints from a tweet earlier in the day. The president said that the WHO has been wrong about a lot of things. Trump has been critical of the. Who for opposing the travel restrictions from China and Europe? They've been wrong about a lot of things. Trump said during the daily press briefings at the White House Krona Virus Task Force. They seem very China centric he added. We're going to put a hold on the money. Sent to the WHO trump however backtracked when questioned on that statement by members of the media saying he was going to look into cutting off funding to the WHO and denying his earlier statement acting Navy secretary. Thomas mody resigned Tuesday a day after leaked audio revealed that he called the ousted commander of the US Theodore Roosevelt stupid in an address to the ship's crew according to a US official and a former senior military official the navy and Department of Defense did not respond to a request for comment. Under Secretary of the Army James McPherson has been tapped to succeed mode only a US official end a defense official told CNN. Mcpherson is a retired. Rear Admiral and he was the former judge advocate of the navy on Monday mostly told crew the of the Roosevelt that their former commander Captain Brett crozier was either too naive or too stupid to be in command or that he intentionally leaked a memo to the media in which crozier warned about Corona virus spreading aboard the aircraft carrier and urged action to save his sailors according to remarks that were obtained by CNN. Late Monday night mode apologized in a statement for calling crozier stupid in his earlier remarks coming up are saying that the day was one of the most holy. Eloquent pastors of the Church in the second age are quoted the day God's pardon is always freely given and not earned by what we do Pope Francis. You're listening to Crusade Channel News. 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According to custom the Greeks honor Saint Diana Isis as martyr of the twenty ninth of November. Because he suffered much for the faith though he seems to have died in peace the Latins keep his festival on this day and style. Him only confessor a week after unveiling a stunning projection for the number of people who would die from corona virus in the US. One hundred thousand two hundred forty thousand White House officials have yet to fully explain how they arrived. Those numbers some administration officials are now saying the number could be lowered then they originally warned but it comes as there are continued questions just how the administration got to that high number. The final number could end up being higher or even lower than the dramatic estimates released a week ago in a briefing by the White House Corona Virus Task Force this according to federal health officials and researchers who were creating models to forecast the outbreak a source close to the task force said it's possible the eventual death toll will be way under the one hundred thousand to two hundred forty thousand figure. A key factor driving the large estimate was a crucial assumption that was discussed internally by the Task Force officials they thought only fifty percent of Americans would observe the government stringent social distancing guidelines but that calculation was not shared widely in reality a much larger number. Ninety percent is observing the government's guidelines according to US surgeon general. Dr Jerome Adams John. 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3-24-20 What's News

The Nicole Sandler Show

10:27 min | 4 months ago

3-24-20 What's News

"It's time for New Coal Sandler's what's news from Nicole Sandler Dot Com and the Progressive Voices Network Senate Democrats blocked the nearly two trillion dollar corona virus. Rescue bill from advancing to a full vote for a second straight day on Monday. Democrats argued that the current version of the legislation doesn't do enough for American families. Senator Joe Manchin. West Virginia said the bill which gives the trump administration wide latitude to dole out a five hundred billion dollar fund for Businesses States and cities makes the Senate appear quote more focused on the big corporations and the health of Wall Street than we are on the health of the people in Rural America and Main Street Senate Majority Leader Mitch. Mcconnell said senators need to strike a deal and get the aid approved quickly saying this country is out of time now despite the propaganda being pushed by the Republicans Elizabeth. Warren explained to Bloomberg News. The reason Democrats oppose this bill centers on protecting the worker over the big corporations in this bill the checks for everyday Americans. The reason this bill hasn't gone through is because Democratic senators says. Do you want to be the person that's stopping people from getting that checks to meet that ran at the end of this month? Excuse me the recent. This bill has not come. True is because of Republican senators and because of a Republican leadership that pretended to negotiate for three days with the Democrats and then at the end of that time basically introduce their own bill their own bills that did not have compromises in the did not make sure that the money is going down to the grassroots. Look it's going to take people from both parties to get this through. Now we've laid out. What our principles are of a half trillion dollars to giant industry and not help people as to what we strip out the bail outside of the bill spend the rest of the week debating that and then get through the rest and get it done quickly so people can actually receive some money. I'd love I'd love to strip out the bailout part of the bill and just concentrate on student. Loans unemployment insurance on increasing social security on getting help to small businesses. And on making sure we're getting the money to our hospitals and our testing facilities. I'm glad to do that bill. The surgeon general. Dr Jerome Adams issued a stark warning to Americans on. Nbc's Today Show. I want America to understand this week. It's GonNa get bad and We really need to come together as a nation. I heard the story that you were just playing young people out on beaches We see here in. Dc The district set a camp for people to watch the Cherry Blossoms. Look on the Cam you see more people walking around than you see Cherry blossoms and this is how spread is occurring. And so we really really seriously. I think that there are a lot of people who are doing the right things but I think that. Unfortunately we're finding out a lot of people think this can't happen to them when you look at what's going on in New York and we said this at the beginning of our fifteen days to stop the spread initiative that the numbers you see reflect what happened two weeks ago. We don't want Dallas or New Orleans or Chicago to turn into the next New York and it means everyone needs to be taking the right steps right now and that means stay at home the total number of covert nineteen infections in the US rose above forty one thousand on Monday and the death toll surpassed five hundred. Seventy Massachusetts and Maryland joined a growing number of states ordering non essential businesses to shut down but donald trump suggested in a nearly two hour. Long briefing that he'd pushed for reopening. Us businesses quickly saying America would soon be open for business because we cannot let the cure be worse than the problem itself and he claimed more people would die as a result of a bad economy then from the corona virus. I seriously couldn't make stuff up if I tried. American continues to MOW LOVES EVERY SEGMENT OF OUR SOCIETY TO TURN THE TIDE in the battle against the virus. I want Americans to know that we will get through this challenge. The hardship will end. It will end soon. Normal life will return and our economy will rebound. We cannot let the cure be worse than the problem itself. This is not a country that was built for this. It was not built to be shut down at the end of the fifteen day period. We'll make a decision as to which way we want to go where we WANNA go the timing and essentially where referring to the timing of the opening essentially the opening of our country. You have one hundred sixty almost one hundred and sixty million jobs in this country now the most ever by far by far the most ever the number of jobs almost one hundred and sixty million so we can't turn that off and I think it's going to be wonderful. They'll be tremendous repercussions. It will be a tremendous death from the death. You know you're talking about death. Probably more death from that and anything that we're talking about with respect to the virus the sad truth that in the real world the United States has the highest rate of increase in the world with numbers rocketing up with each successive day. Healthcare workers across the country are begging for more. Supplies specifically respirator masks. The shortage has gotten so bad. That people are sowing masks to send a hospitals is a stopgap the CEO of three m the largest US producer of medical facemasks. Said all of their masks should go to healthcare workers on the front lines. The acute demand is put pressure on trump to activate the defense production act to mandate private companies to mass produce needed medical supplies during the crisis. But he's reluctant to go there now. The announcement by trump of possible treatments for the virus has sparked another rush on supplies some. Us dates have had to take measures to prevent stockpiling and shortage of the drugs. Chloroquine and hydroxy chloroquine which are used to treat malaria and other conditions and could possibly treat the corona virus. But there's no guarantee they'd work or that they're safe but a man in Arizona died and his wife is in critical condition after they tried to self administer chloroquine phosphate to prevent the virus over in the UK British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday announced a nationwide lockdown of at least three weeks to reduce the spread of the virus that means every non essential shop is shutdown public gatherings or effectively banned and funerals will be the only social events allowed. Police will have the authority to issue fines. And disperse gatherings to enforce compliance. Johnson said the rules will be under constant review and the restrictions could be eased after three weeks. Said only a quote. Huge national effort can slow the virus and ensure the. Uk's health system is not overwhelmed. The Federal Reserve on Monday announced it would buy as much government-backed debt as necessary to support the economy through the crisis for the first time in history of the US Central Bank also said it would by corporate debt to make sure struggling companies have access to the money. They need to stay afloat. The Fed efforts to keep credit flowing through fallout from the pandemic now exceeds what it did to help the economy recover from the two thousand eight financial crisis in a statement. The Fed saying the corona virus pandemic is causing tremendous hardship across the United States and around the world. Aggressive efforts must be taken across the public and private sectors to limit the losses to jobs and incomes and to promote a swift recovery. Wants the disruptions abate? Now if you're one of the millions of people who've been furloughed fire Dudakovic nineteen. There are some companies hiring right now retailers like CVs and Walmart are rushing to hire workers laid off from other companies with CDs looking to add fifty thousand positions and Walmart a hundred and fifty thousand Albertson's which owns several food and drug retail chains. Wants to hire thirty thousand employees and Amazon and Grocery Service. Inst- cart have seen online order and delivery demands skyrocket. Both are hiring Amazon. Planning to add one hundred thousand people for full and part-time roles in its delivery network and fulfillment centers and. There's other news. Colorado became the twenty second State to abolish the death penalty on Monday. Governor Jared Polish signed legislation banning capital punishment in the state and commuted. The death sentences of death row inmates Robert. Ray Mario Owens and Nathan dunlap to life in prison. Without the possibility of Parole Summer Olympics in Tokyo will be postponed this according to veteran International Olympic Committee member Dick Pound. He sat on the basis of the information the IOC has postponement has been decided. This will be the first time in history. The Olympic Games have ever been postponed and finally California's utility Pacific. Gas and electric has agreed to plead guilty to eighty four counts of involuntary manslaughter. In connection with the state's devastating 2018 campfire. Pg and he also agreed to plead guilty to one count of starting the fire which state investigators say began with a failure of the company's electrical lines under the deal PG and E. will establish a thirteen point five billion dollar trust to compensate victims of the Campfire and other wildfires as well as pay hundreds of millions of dollars to local entities by the blazes. The utility filed for bankruptcy in January of Twenty nineteen under the pressure of billions of dollars in claims related to the fires. The Campfire killed eighty five people and destroyed thousands of structures. And that's just a bit of what's news for now. I'm Nicole Sandler if you appreciate these reports and the Nicole Sandler so I hope you'll consider making a contribution. My work is one hundred percent listener supported. And I can't do it without your help. Find out more at Nicole Sandler Dot Com. While you're there. Please click that donate button.

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Social Distancing To Slow The Coronavirus Outbreak

Short Wave

13:43 min | 4 months ago

Social Distancing To Slow The Coronavirus Outbreak

"Am I still here? Yup Okay laughing at me. It sounded like the closet collapsed. You're listening to shortwave from NPR. This Monday the White House announced new guidelines for Americans to follow in order to avoid the corona virus therefore my administration is recommending that all Americans including the young and healthy worked to engage in schooling from home when possible. Americans have been encouraged to practice social distancing avoid gathering in groups of more than ten people avoid discretionary travel and avoid eating drinking in bars restaurants and public food courts. Basically that means keeping yourself physically away from other people avoiding gatherings and trying to stay at least six feet away from each other. According to the White House these guidelines came after assessing models or computer simulations of the current outbreak. What had the biggest impact in the model is social distancing smog groups not going in public and large groups. Corona Virus Response Coordinator. Dr Deborah burks made it clear that everyone needs to practice social distancing even if there is an outbreak in your community experts. Say this could be our lives for months. Perhaps even until vaccine becomes available. There's a lot of different advice out there and I think some people don't get it like I've heard of people complaining that their neighbors are having backyard parties. That's pure science desk senior editor Maria. Guei talking to us from her closet. She's been reporting on social distancing. And I'm so excited to talk with her because like a lot of my colleagues. I haven't seen Maria in a while. I miss you so much this your face okay. We're good tell me how much you miss me. We we have all the time for that. I really miss your nineties. Hip Hop references dealt with in this House. They pepper nineteen ninety-three here. We go strictly. Is You know what color it is. You know what time it is. All right I really miss you. So today on the show will clear up. Some of the grey areas of social distancing. We'll about how it helps and how to do it right. I'm Maddie Sephora. In this short wave the daily science podcast from NPR. Okay so Maria just before we get started we should say that everything is changing super fast and as we learn more information about all of this stuff things will change. So this advice is based on interviews. That you shortwave team and other. Npr folks have had with public health officials and doctors as of Thursday march nineteenth correct. And you know if you hear deferring advice. Part of the reason is because the advice changes a situation on the ground changes. But what? We're GONNA talk about here. Are Some of the best? Practices THAT EXPERTS. We talked to agreed on and again. Remember listen to your local public health officials because the situation where you are might look a little different. Yeah absolutely and those public. Health officials have been talking about how social distancing can quote flatten. The Curve Mario. What does that actually mean? Okay so this is really important. This is why I'm sitting in a closet with a blanket over read. The idea is that social distancing can help slow the spread of the virus. So you're not getting this huge spike in the number of people getting sick all at once if our to happen they're just wouldn't be enough hospital beds or mechanical ventilators for everyone who needs them and the US hospital system would be just overwhelmed. You Know Fox News this week the. Us Surgeon General. Dr Jerome Adams. He said we could be on the same track. As Italy. We're at critical inflection. Point in this country people. We are where Italy was two weeks ago in terms of our numbers. When you look at the projections every chance that we could be Italy. Yeah and we do not want that. Italy was slow to stop. Mass gatherings and get tested started and now a lot of Italian. Hospitals are totally overwhelmed. Yes it's it's sad but the good news is that we have some power to try and slow down how hard this pandemic hits us here in the US right now by practicing good social distancing. Yeah Okay so real talk Kadoorie. I've talked to some of my friends and they're like you know I'm not that worried about getting sick. It wouldn't be that bad but the thing is is that people my age can get really sick and sometimes when your symptoms aren't so severe. You're more likely to go out in the world and infect other people right right first of all. I'm GonNa slap your friends who aren't worried but you are making a really important point. Public Health officials are worried about young people going out especially to large gatherings because they think they're invincible and even if they get sick it's not going to be bad for them but in fact new data from the CDC shows a sizable percentage of people. Who are getting sick enough to need to be hospitalized in the US are young. They're not just elderly. Okay so let's do it. Let's go through some scenarios based on the guidelines from the White House. This week we should not be eating inside restaurants and bars even if you live in a place that has no confirmed cases. Right you should not be dining in at any restaurant but if that restaurant is doing pickup or delivery you know that's a good option if you are picking up food make sure to wash your disinfect your hands. If you're doing delivery online. You can often leave delivery instructions. Just having them drop it off outside and you know there are a lot of service industry folks right now. Who really are struggling. If you and tip the restaurants tip the delivery people to well There's also people urging folks to buy gift cards to their favorite restaurants so they can support them. Now give them cash to pay workers and then they can use those gift cards later. Okay but is there any way for us to still eat together? Can I have a few people over to my house? Plague SPREADER NO. You are so the new. Cdc Guidance is to avoid social visits for now especially during this fifteen day period that started on March sixteenth. You basically you should be thinking virtual. Why are we doing this over? Facetime we should be facetime. Jetting should be having a video chat dinner party. You can see me and my sleds okay. But there is an interesting idea going around Maria. And that is this idea of essentially having a pact between two households for example two couples who agree to socially distance from everyone but each other like going pandemic steady with each other and to make steady. Yeah Yeah I heard of that and Marie I just. I just wanted to ask you a question do. Does Your Family. WanNa go study with my family Mattie you're really more my side you don't have kids sir. Honestly I do not trust you not fool around on me how well okay. That is fair. Plus we actually talked with Caroline Bucky from the Harvard School of Public Health about this and she agreed with you. She was like no. That's too risky. That is way too many exposures for each household. A totally agree plus. I'm a genius. Yeah well okay all right. I promise this is my last question about food because you know that's always my main priority. What about Grocery shopping? Okay so this is one of those chips you have to make. It's not discretionary. We all got to eat and the experts. We talked to say. Try going to the grocery store during off peak hours. You're not one in a million in line Right now some grocery stores are offering wipes that you can use to wipe down the handles on the cart or basket You should do that when you get there or you can use hand sanitizer if you have any If I don't have either I've been using paper towels I take with me to cover it. obviously wash your hands before you go wash your hands when you get home and it wouldn't hurt. Wash your hands after you and pack and then you know wash them again for fun because we are washing all the time now If you're a high risk group like the elderly or immunosuppressed you probably should ask someone else to shop for you or have groceries delivered instead. We've actually We're helping our senior neighbors. Showed them how to use online delivery so I think you can reach out. We show them over the fence at a six foot distanced while we were chatting in the yard. I really liked that. That's a really good idea. Yeah so let's talk about. Childcare is daycare a no go so interestingly the new CDC Guy Lanes haven't really tackled that question yet but we know that there are parents who are serving critical jobs who need daycare. They don't have the option to stay home. And in that case appeal tradition named Andrew Toney crews from Baylor College medicine suggests try to find a daycare setting with a small number of kids. So don't send them in if they're sick and make sure kids have gotten their flu. Shot and just declared that's not going to protect them against corona virus but it is still flu season and you basically want to avoid having to see a healthcare worker for any reason right now so you're not overwhelming or system. She also says daycare providers should wipe down toys especially plastic ones often with disinfecting cleaners such as clorox wipes or a bleach solution. Okay so Maria. The one thing that bummed me now I mean besides the pandemic general is that we shouldn't be traveling pretty much at all. I mean I knew were not good but I thought like driving to a secluded place could be fine but it's not the. Cdc is telling people to avoid discretionary travel so yeah there are a lot of cheap flights right now. I wouldn't do it but even if you're going to drive the whole goal of this fifteen day hunkering down period to keep your germs to yourself and that means minimizing contact with other people outside your immediate household. That's hard to do when you're traveling because he got to stop for gas etc. Okay so Marie this has been a like lot of. You can't do this kind of talk myself. I do have a nice thing to share with you L. A. What the public health expert we talked to you last night Who said we couldn't enter into a relationship with each other? Did say that it was okay to meet somebody outside to hang out a little bit like. Little Walk Outside. No touching six feet away from each other but you know you can see a person. That's Nice Yeah that is nice you know. Get some fresh air and you can still see each other just you know. Don't come too close okay but Maria on a serious note how has reporting this affected your life. I mean after working on this story I started feeling bad about all the places I went like one week ago. Have you felt anything like that? Do you think that's normal? Oh my God yeah. I totally think normal. I've been thinking about that and last weekend. I went to like a crowded high school musical and a bounce house birthday party. Like one of those places where there's millions of kids and you go from room to room and bouncing they touch everything in sight. Yeah I've been feeling guilty Like maybe I shouldn't have done that but we can only change our actions from today on right. We can't change the past. We can hopefully change the future by staying home. Okay Maria bring home for us. Any lasts social distancing thoughts. Yeah you know I guess I would just say that I know a lot of people might feel like all of this is a total over-reaction. You know especially if you're someone living in a place where there haven't been any corona virus cases yet but people are worried about young people going out but I also know a lot of my friends are having trouble convincing their parents that this is serious but we have learned from other places like South Korea and Singapore and Hong Kong. That acting early on in this pandemic has a massive impact on how quickly it grows for the people in charge of our healthcare system. That means we need adequate testing so we know how many cases are out there for the rest of us. It means social distancing we get to be heroes by staying home. I mean how is that in a way. Think about it. Okay Maria Godot. I from my recording closet to yours. Thank you so much you got it. Mattie issue this episode was produced by Rebecca Ramirez edited by Vietnam. In fact checked by Emily von. Thanks for listening to shortwave from NPR. Stay away from each other out there but we can do virtual goodbye kisses

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