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Israel's Netanyahu reportedly met with Saudi crown prince in historic first

The KFBK Morning News

01:42 min | 1 d ago

Israel's Netanyahu reportedly met with Saudi crown prince in historic first

"Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu secretly met with Saudi Arabia is Crown Prince in the kingdom Sunday, according to three Saudi government advisors, their first known meeting Made US push to normalize ties between the long time foes. The Saudis and the Israelis met Sunday. Without the Palestinians involved in the negotiations Contrary completely contrary to what Senator what secretary state then 2016 John Kerry said. Saudi Arabia is denied the meeting took place. Israel has not That's that was the headline yesterday. Wall Street Journal. Now, September 2020 this year September of this year, Israel has signed a new peace agreement with the United Arab Emirates at the White House. That's you, eh? Another Saudi country without the without the Palestinians involved whatsoever, signing a peace deal at the White House with the Israelis. Two examples. John Kerry was completely wrong. And the current secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, was instrumental And being a negotiator, a moderator, a go between in both sets of negotiations. It can happen. The Palestinians do not have to be involved in any negotiations, and John Kerry could not have been more wrong about it in 2016, and that may be very well. The reason why he was not chosen to be secretary of state again and is now overseeing climate change. Yeah, he's going to focus on climate. Well, that's according to Joe Biden, but that's maybe one of the reasons and that's why we wanted to roll out that audio clip because he did not read the room at all in the Middle East properly. He missed

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Moderna's Covid-19 Vaccine Is 94.5% Effective in Early Results, Firm Says

1A

05:54 min | Last week

Moderna's Covid-19 Vaccine Is 94.5% Effective in Early Results, Firm Says

"Moderna has gone public with his experimental vaccine, the biotechnology firm says early results suggest that its vaccine is nearly 95% effective. Today's news follows a similar announcement from Fizer last week, and it leaves the incoming administration with the prospect that it will have a least to Corona virus vaccines to distribute and 2021 Dr. Celine Gounder is part of the President elect's Coronavirus Task Force. She's a clinical assistant professor of medicine and infectious diseases at New York University. She's also host of the podcast epidemic, and she joins us now, Dr Gounder. Welcome to one, eh? Great to be here. So what does it mean that two potential vaccines are both showing signs of success. Well, this is quite promising. Both appear at least based on the data we've seen so far to be over 90% effective in preventing disease. We don't yet know if these vaccines will prevent transmission from one person to another. But at least we know that they're they're very likely to protect us individually from severe disease. This is really a breakthrough. But we still have a lot of work ahead in terms of getting people vaccinated. It's not just about having a vaccine, but it needs to get into people to protect them. What's the timeline from here in terms of when we could possibly either see a vaccine approved but definitely on the distribution and as well? Well, I think you're going to see in the next couple of weeks. The submission to the FDA by both Visor and Madonna for emergency use authorization. They will continue to collect data on effectiveness and side effects as they start to ramp up vaccination in advance of an approval. But I think we're still looking at Really focusing on health care workers and other high risk populations in the first wave of vaccinations in at the end of this calendar year earlier early next calendar year. And we won't really see these vaccines available to the broader general public until at least April or may of next year, And that's because it takes time to manufacture. The millions the hundreds of millions of doses that we're going to need and to gear up in terms of the distribute that distributions supply chain and with the Fizer vaccine, there's a specific type of infrastructure needed. The story that it has to be. It started very cold temperatures. So how would that impact the possible world out of that vaccine? Well, that's right. So the Fizer vaccine requires ultra cold, ultra freezing minus 70 degrees Celsius. This is not something that you have in your regular family doctor's office s so it really is going to need to be stored. In central locations, perhaps hospitals, other pharmacy distribution centers, and so that does make it much more difficult. This is not something that you could, you know, disseminate to every single family Practitioners office and makes it more difficult, especially in rural areas to really scale of vaccinations. This is something people are thinking long and hard about right now. To figure this out. We got this question from Dr Swat on Twitter who says what have the potential side effects of the vaccines. And how much will they cost? Do you know that yet? Well, we don't have all of that information. Yet In terms of the Madonna vaccine, with the results of which were just announced, the side effects that we're seeing are pretty mild pain at the injection site, headaches, muscle pain on and it's a similar sort of profile with the fire advisor vaccine and really the kind of thing you see. With many vaccines in terms of cost. The Biden Harris transition team is very much committed to making sure that people who want to get vaccinated can get vaccinated for free. That's not just with respect to the vaccine itself, but with all of the other costs associated with getting vaccinated the doctor's visit The supplies. Unfortunately, one of the things we saw earlier this year with respect to testing was that the current administration had said Yes, people can get tested for free. But then people got surprised bills. Because there was still the cost of the doctor's office visit and so on. Are how closely are you working with the Trump Administration on a Corona virus response at this point Not at all. Um you know, a major challenge here is that the G s a needs to certify that we could move forward toe hand over the keys, so to speak, so we can enter the building so we can start to have these kinds of conversations in detail and so right now, pending the General Services Administration, signing off on Theologian results. We really are in a holding pattern on or not able to have those crucial discussions. So we got this question from Alicia on Facebook. Who says Can Biden's team start work now? The end of January so far off what? We lose progress? What are you able to do right now? Well, we can be interfacing with state and local government officials, public health officials, we could be reaching out to the private sector. Um, s O. We're certainly moving forward in terms of our own planning. But, you know, if you imagine that this is a war we're waging war on the current virus. And like any other war if we were in the middle of a world war and we didn't know where our aircraft carriers and our tanks and our troops were, it would be very difficulty to plan. A response s. Oh, it's it's very challenging, not to be given sort of that critical crucial What's really frankly national security information?

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The Times Called Officials in Every State: No Evidence of Voter Fraud

BBC Newshour

04:31 min | Last week

The Times Called Officials in Every State: No Evidence of Voter Fraud

"The Times called officials in every state no evidence of voter fraud. Can you tell us how that reporting assignment went? How the story was reported leading to that sweeping conclusion. Yeah, we started with the thought of you know, there's been all these allegations coming from the Trump campaign and Republican allies about widespread voter fraud and all of these irregularities that, you know. One of the election away from them. So we started it at first, you know, just contacting the specific allegations they had made in states and election officials in those states and we thought was we were doing that. You know the whole Picture that I've kind of been painted by the president is campaign and the Republican allies you know, from before the election dating a long time ago. Has been that the you know, kind of United States electoral process is rife with fraud. Which is just not true, eh? So we thought we will reach every state and talk to the top elections official in every state. Most of the time that the secretary of state occasionally there's election commission like in Wisconsin, where there's top election administrator on bee Just ask them, you know. Have you seen any evidence of fraud or any kind of other irregularities? Would have played a role in the outcome of the presidential race. Whether it would you know, have these impacts. And we heard back directly from 45 of them on. They all said No. You know, they're very decrees of thing. Absolutely not. This is ridiculous. This thing our election was Smooth. We're proud of it. Um With it did not get back. What's already need statements saying as much on Ben the only one that didn't ever directly respond to us was Texas. But we contacted the top elections official in Harris County. The here is kind of clerk, his office and Harris County is home to Houston, and it's got a population of about 4.7 Million, which is bigger than about 25 states. And then they saw no evidence. So that's kind of how we went through everything T get to the conclusion that we drew. By the way, I think I Said. Your last name wrong. It's chorus. The needy. Yes, it is. I apologized in chorus in 80 from the New York Times Our guest. Let me stay on that aberration of Texas for a minute. Cause you reported that the Republican lieutenant governor of Tenet of Texas, Dan Patrick, already infamous for saying old people should be prepared to die from the coronavirus. So younger people can live normal lives that Dan Patrick he has offered. A $1 million reward fund. For anyone I should say. Established in $1 Million Reward Fund. I guess it wouldn't all go to one person for anyone reporting voter fraud. But Trump won Texas. So if his reward fund is intended to help Trump flip the results, How does that help? Exactly there is. It's not necessarily clear whether lieutenant governor Patrick's reward was just for Texas or whether you know it could be one of these, like we're seeing a couple of funds pop up. Among right aligned groups that are like offering rewards for reports, sir affidavits of voter fraud but you know, kind of looking beyond that. Yeah. We're talking about Texas, and we're trying to say, you know, did Texas experience any of these irregularities or anything? Obviously, from what we heard the prevailing answers? No, even though state officials never got back to us. If you'd wonder why Lieutenant Governor Patrick would feel the need to announce Uh, fun to reward reports that they already had a conference of evidence. And you know his. He has been, um Pretty vocal, making claims that you know, without any evidence that there was kind of widespread voter fraud in the past, so it kind of fits with what he is has said kind of throughout his career. But it certainly doesn't necessarily instill any kind of confidence again that there's any major evidence in Texas if you're offering money to reward reports of Voter fraud. And since Texas was still a red state in this presidential election, wouldn't it be funny if his million bucks turned up so much Republican voter fraud in this state that he wound up flipping it the other way, But of course, there hasn't seemed to be evidence of widespread forward on either side. So I guess he's not worried about it. It's political theater in

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How to set up a successful mobile pet photography studio

PhotoBiz Xposed

05:26 min | 2 weeks ago

How to set up a successful mobile pet photography studio

"Today's guest has been a long time. For the lisa member i receive her email newsletter updates and have been following along as she built out a mobile pit photography studio and then recently i received his personal email from her which says the last month has been crazy with wasn't things and getting the trailer ready inside an ad for the end of the august launch. Before covid hit. I started working with alex cans which is being right. She so knowledgeable. It's been fantastic. We ran a facebook primeau to celebrate the launch of the trial. I ended up choosing eighty people to photograph a book thirty so far. And i have ten more to talk to this. Which means i'll probably book forty sessions. I'm pretty done happy with these numbers last week. I had four sessions in the trial and book seven for this week so far. The trailer workflow has been going actually arrive setup. Text them that. I'm waiting for them outside. The house do a session. They take a break out of the trial. While i eh one image they come back to view the images and place the order. Everything takes about two hours right now. That's all i have for you right now. I just wanted to say hi and share. The great news have a great day beth. Now i'm talking about beth alexander of photography in canada and i immediately replied to that email asking if she'd be happy to come on and share more about who pit photography business and on rat that she agreed. And she's here with us now beth. Welcome hi andrew. It sounds like it's been a crazy months. How how has it all been going. It's been crazy. It's been nonstop since the launch. Like i mentioned before. I think i've had one or two days off whereas like wow okay. Got nothing booked. How's life around. You know kind of like what's going around me right now. I've been in a little vortex but it's been really good. I'm starting to get into a flow and a little bit of a routine so unreal and is the trial la the mobile studio working as you imagined it would. Yeah it's great. It's been so like we set it up and it's been working as we had imagined. I mean. there's always things that i wanted to do. And i just wanted to work in it before i upgraded lighting setup and certain stuff like that where i just wanted to work in this space before i spend the money of course to really just figure out what i really need in there to make it work but right now the way it is it works perfect. Say if i didn't you know mike just leave it like this and work in it forever. Really now i'm just being like okay. How do i make this streamlined. And you know. I want to walk into the trailer and not have any set up time. How do i do that so but other than that. It's great so good. They you said we a couple of times is it. Just you working the business. Oh do you have your husband or were you referring to alex as in me alone in the business might cheerleaders my husband and my kids of course but yet no. It's just me in business are tied grind. So take me in the listen back to you. Know i. i d the gem of an idea for the trial because we shooting in a hung by studio. We shooting dole pet. Portrait's why the idea the trial. Yeah so for six years. I shot outdoors part time as a pet photographer. And i mean i love it. I love the challenge. I love everything about it. The colors the you know the outdoor feel of it but the problem is the weather and fighting the elements all the time and having to reschedule and the inconsistency where i'm a bit of a perfectionist and want to guaranteed my clients that they're going to get the same thing over and over again and i just couldn't i did but i i was always worried that i couldn't or wouldn't be able to so till eliminate that i started learning studio photography thinking eventually i would maybe have my own space. And then i'm working in a controlled environment. Where i don't have to fight the elements and i can guarantee it to myself and be more secure in myself. Guess and not have story about the elements and the unknowns. But then i don't know. I think it was after it was talking to a friend of mine who had started a mobile grooming service and we were just chatting about possibly renting spaces and looking at maybe working together or doing something and then i had mentioned you know maybe trying to figure out a mobile studio setup of some sort and she was like yes. You have to do it for me if that's a great great idea. Because that's how she started and the mobile grooming service now. She has to spas two buildings along with her mobile services. So it's kinda grown from there for her so yeah so then. I got that little question. I was like all right. Let's really look into this. Plus i also looked into studio spaces and renting and leasing and it's like wow okay. That's pretty crazy. The costuming is that what you mean by. It was pretty bad the cost and then thinking okay. Well where right so. It's like an limiting myself to and limiting access to possibly living you know access to certain client base

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Making A Murderer: The key piece of evidence in the case of Steven Avery

Podcast Central

05:22 min | 2 weeks ago

Making A Murderer: The key piece of evidence in the case of Steven Avery

"Of every criminal case, every case in the law, really? There is a key. There is a piece of evidence so critical that the case itself turns on it. In the case of Theresa Holbox murder, the key is literally the key and the key to understanding it is to understand that everything making a murderer has told you about it. Is wrong. I'm Dan O'Donnell and this is rebutting a murderer. The most vulnerable piece of evidence to attack is the key. And that's because of the evidence the state presented so the key isn't found until they're been repeated searches of Avery's trailer off that was highly suspicious. But overriding that is the DNA of Steven Avery on the key. First of all, Avery's attorney, Kathleen Zellner, isn't telling the truth about how the key was found. There weren't repeated searches of Avery's trailer at all. There was one and the key was found during the first search of the bookcase next to Avery's bed. The key was found in on November. 5th 2005. The day that Theresa Hall box wrapped for was found in the Avery Scrapyard on investigative team began searching the Avery property for Hall box body. Yet, as the Wisconsin Court of Appeals noted in its decision against Avery, investigators never performed a full search of Avery's trailer that day. Special investigator Tom Foss. Bender testified that most of the investigators in the trailer had already been working for 12 hours or more and exhaustion and safety issues were becoming factors that could affect the searchers ability to locate and collect evidence. In addition, there was a horrendous rain storm going on that created a risk of evidence being destroyed or lost as officers went in and out of the trailer to get equipment. Thus, the officers were focused on looking for the type of evidence that would be most at risk of being destroyed under those conditions. Boss Bender testified that in debriefing the officers that night, he was telling people we are not done in that house. Boss, Bender testified. As of Saturday night, the trailer was still part of my scene. This is an ongoing search. The search, however, was suspended that night. Next day. Investigators did indeed enter Avery's trailer, but not to search on Ly to obtain items that they had noticed the night before and listed in reports, most notably Avery's guns. Technicians from the Wisconsin State crime lab, then went in to swab for DNA but did not perform any sort of search of the trailer. The following day. Investigators entered the trailer again but never entered Avery's bedroom at all. They went in, only to get the serial number from Avery's computer. Only the next day November, 8th did the search that was suspended on November 5th resume, and it was during that search of Avery's bedroom, the first search of Avery's bedroom. That the key was found the officer who found it, Sergeant Andrew Colburn testified that this was the first time any investigators had gone room by room through the trailer looking for evidence. And that they were instructed specifically to collect the large number of pornographic photos of Avery's ex wife and girlfriend that he had kept in his bookcase. Colburn said he was frustrated and disgusted and having to sort through all of those pornographic pictures, and he slammed other items He found in the bookcase back into it while he was searching it. Because he had pulled the bookcase out from the wall to get better access to its contents. He picked it up to move it back when he was finished. At that point, the key fell out of the back. Photos of the bookcase submitted as evidence showed that the back panel was loose from the interior, making it easy for a key concealed in the bookcase toe fall out onto the floor when the bookcase was moved. Making a murderer has claimed for three years now that the key was found on Lee after repeated intense searches of the bedroom acclaim it has Zellner make again but it simply isn't true. It was found during the first search of the bedroom and the first search of the bookcase. Elders claim that Steven Avery's DNA a found on that key was planted is equally dubious. To test this theory. She hires forensic consultant Dr Karl Reich, who naturally immediately suspects that the evidence is planted. The thing that suspicious about the DNA is the quantity of it because she said it was touch DNA. And Dr Reich felt just looking at it that there was too much DNA on the key to have just been the result of handling yet again. Zellner conducts a rather unscientific scientific experiment to show that it would be impossible for the amount of DNA the state says Avery left on the key to be left by mere touch, eh? Identical vehicle was obtained. And an identical key was obtained to try and reproduce what the state came up with in terms

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Player reps OK plan to start NBA season Dec. 22

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Player reps OK plan to start NBA season Dec. 22

"Eh? NBA player reps voted Thursday night approving a plan for a start date just before Christmas that includes a 72 game schedule. So that's it. We're ready to play 47 46 days, Right, ESPN, Brian wind horse videos and bed is the only really half agreed to what the hope was that they would agree to tonight, And that was they're not going to agree to the financial arrangement just yet. Now that's maybe not a big deal. Maybe they go back and get negotiations. I finished that, But I'm talking to people on the call tonight. They were a little bit surprised, and there was a group of star players on this call Scott that kind of push back on this for the record wind horse, says LeBron James was not one of those players. He has changed his tune and is in for the December 22nd start date back to the Vontae Adams. John, Do you like him, saying he thinks he's the no eyed receiver in the NFL like

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Zillow shares jump after online real estate company blows past estimates and provides optimistic forecast

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

02:17 min | 2 weeks ago

Zillow shares jump after online real estate company blows past estimates and provides optimistic forecast

"Jumping after online real estate company blows past estimates and provides optimistic forecast So again, we're right in the middle of earning season, but Zillow shares Up 8% in extended trading yesterday and today's surgeon even farther 14.5%, now after a bump just after 10 a.m. and so just like anything that we're seeing in Realestate Zillow, capitalizing on all this activity that invest that real estate investor investors, but that families have for single family realestate right now, eh? The stock has nearly tripled since January. Price it got his low back in March is 25 Bucks a share? It's trading at once. 19 right now. Zillow makes money in a few different ways, one that they were buying houses for awhile. I'm guessing that kind of cooled off in this environment. They help source mortgages. They help you find agents. They get revenue from all those different sources. To me. The big question is Is there anything out there that points to a slowing realestate market, and I would have thought No. But this Wall Street Journal article points out that some 40% of folks planning to sell the next three years I believe they'll get a better price if they wait still and that that number surprised me. Do we have any idea what that number normally is? No, That's a good point. I don't know. I was also trying to look at you know how many of those respondents owned properties in cities Because if you own a property in a city, I would you know, I think anyone that can wait is waiting so that that makes sense to me that you would see it there. But if I'm in the suburbs or even a rural area, I'm thinking to myself get while the getting's good right now. Right bird in the hand's worth two in the Bush. You like that? You never heard that I had. But I I wouldn't have dared use. It s O. I mean, I don't know. I see continued success for Zillow. Ah, because I just see this demand for real estate, not really shifting much, but Time will tell. And certainly, if you start seeing some some issues with the rental markets where some of those properties start going up for sale, then that could shift things dramatically. You know anyone who's used there. The Zillo buys your house. I don't Now they don't know anyone that's tried it. Yeah, I get the appeal, though. Quick Break

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Darius Rucker is tight-lipped about his "special" performance with Reba McEntire at the CMA Awards

Donna and Steve

00:21 sec | 2 weeks ago

Darius Rucker is tight-lipped about his "special" performance with Reba McEntire at the CMA Awards

"Told Kelly and Ryan that he and Ruben Reva McIntyre are going to be performing something really special of the CMA Hayes but he wouldn't go into details. He did say that he'll be doing beers and sunshine with lady, eh? So that's kind of cool. Fun. Reba McEntire. She is just really hot right now. I mean what's going on with her? She's

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Apple to Launch MacBooks With Own Chips Next Week

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

01:36 min | 3 weeks ago

Apple to Launch MacBooks With Own Chips Next Week

"Be launching Mac books with their own chips next week. What's the significance of that? Well, it's two fold here. Number one. They've had a relationship with Intel. For the last 15 years. Intel has been the provider of their CPU use for apple since 2006 on DSO, eh? This is, you know, kind of another really tough, You know, tough thing for intel to go through this. Your Intel's had a really challenging year in terms of all kinds of problems moving a new fabrication equipment and things like that. Losing, you know some big customers here, but I think that when you look at what this means from an apple perspective, you know they're getting into a business that is fundamentally different from what they've done Previously, when we talk about chip design, I mean, that's not something that they've they've really done before. They're not going to be manufacturing the chips themselves. So I think that you know when you talk about the foundries that are used for making these chips They are hugely capital intensive and really complex, so they're not going to be making these chips themselves. But they are designing them. And so I think the hope from apple is that hey, by being able to, you know, kind of own another component. Inside their hardware. It gives them a little bit more control to potentially differentiate themselves as opposed to using. You know, products that you might have technologies that air you know, used in other smartphones and other computers and things like that. That's the hope I think, did

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"If Florida goes blue, it's over": Trump and Biden campaign in Florida

Morning Edition

03:03 min | 3 weeks ago

"If Florida goes blue, it's over": Trump and Biden campaign in Florida

"When Joe Biden traveled to Florida yesterday, he explicitly referred to the electoral map, he said. If Democrats win Florida four days from now, quote it's over. It would be very hard for President Trump to reach the 270 electoral votes that decide the presidency. The president knows this, too, and also campaigned yesterday in Florida, which not coincidentally, he has made his new home state. We are going to win Florida. We are going to win for more years when you use your power. Power of the vote. We literally are going to change the course of this country for generations to come. So that's one state on the electoral map and let's look across NPR's final version of that map, which is out today. NPR senior political editor Domenico Montanaro is with us, Domenico Good Morning. Morning, Steve. So, what do you see on that map? Well, like you say Biden has the advantage when our map shows is that, with states leaning or likely to go in either candidate's direction, Biden now leads with 279 electoral votes. The 125 that to 70 is obviously over the threshold needed, eh, so that if the president is going to win, he's gonna have to win all of the toss up states and one of those states that's leaning in Biden's direction, and it's not completely out of the realm of possibility. He's certainly within striking distance in those competitive states. We made two big changes in this map. We put two important states. In the toss up category, Arizona and Texas. Not all these toss ups are created equal, though we hesitated with Texas because of its history of voting Republican hasn't gone for a Democratic president since 1976 and Trump wanted by nine points in 2016. But look, it's been remarkably close. Early Voting's been through the roof, lots of young voters, lots of Latinos turning out on DH, You know, Biden has been leading consistently in Arizona, also since early March. Polls are within the margin of error there. So to keep that, Ah, competitive. Trump is certainly pulling out a lot of stops, and it looks like you know, Right now it's a toss up because you made the change in Texas and some other changes You see, toss up states that air now leaning blue. You see traditional red states that air now toss up states. That's the way the map is moving. But you mentioned that the president could still win this. Absolutely. I mean, like I said, all the toss up states are pulling within the margin of error. So when you see a state that's within two or three points, one way or another, which is where a lot of those states in the middle are. That's not much of a lead at all. So I understand Democrats being very nervous and the outcome is certainly not clear. Trump would have to win all of them all those toss up states and went over one more of those states leaning and Biden's direction. If he does, that it would make it 259 to 259 and leave Pennsylvania as the state next up in the polling averages, and it's a state we know Both campaigns are making strong pushes for Pennsylvania, though, is expected to be slow and counting the vote this year. We could be waiting sometime because Pennsylvania just doesn't have a history of dealing with as much mail in voting as it is this year.

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Why the next big vaccine milestone might be only 4-6 weeks away

Coronacast

03:16 min | 3 weeks ago

Why the next big vaccine milestone might be only 4-6 weeks away

"So you what it just give us a very brief overview of where we're at with vaccines at the moment where his really the point he edge of discovering, which if any of the candidate maxine I likely to be effective and we might well know within the next full wakes to six wakes whether any of the lead wines from us-based multinational collaborations are, and also the Chinese the Chinese have four or five candidates while so it is really getting very close to a point where will understand that. In terms of safety question that so much more complicated question in terms of when will have confident enough. Data. To give reasonable reassurance Scifo for six pretty short and exciting Lee short time period. But you say this, this safety section is a bit longer. Do we have ballpark figures for long that might be not has much hotter and the US if the administration have issued a recent guideline which. Has added a much more stringent set of rules for the amount of observation about. Clinical trials that will be required even if there is an early signal of vaccine effectiveness, basically that might take it out several more weeks at least if not some months depending on how soon an early analysis might reveal the vaccine is potentially effective and just to summarize that really talking about is that the trial might be over but they're going to follow the people who had the real vaccine for another two three months just to make sure there are no late side effects. Yes. That's right that would still nominate would still be regarded as early side effects. So light side effects of coast? People. In in vaccines in general, we often think things even years down the track, our of concern and require a degree of vigilance and observation I want spec things around ass even lung after being registered setting in the fist. Several. Months of first human exposure in these labs scale trials. Each of these trials by the way are of the order of thirty to forty thousand subjects. They are much bigger than usual vaccine trials on their own and in the aggregate, we actually got to have a massive amount of early exposure experience. But in terms of how many months after the diocese a concerned that there's nothing we can do to accelerate that that just. GonNa have to be looked at in terms of the passage of time. So what what's your guesstimate? I mean? What's your best bet about where we're going to be at the end of the year? I think it's very likely. We'll have results from at least two will maybe three of the candidates by the end of the Eh that might indicate that the vaccine is effective. About Mike is his by that time, we still have enough observation period full the major regulator in this the American FDA to judge that vaccine would be suitable for what's called emergency. You sold rise ation. So if you like a preliminary license still subject to further rules of. That enough to release vaccine for use in priority high risk populations in in a particular country

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Barcelona President Quits on Eve of Vote to Oust Him

ESPN FC

01:28 min | Last month

Barcelona President Quits on Eve of Vote to Oust Him

"Jason of Mayo, is out at Barcelona. The President resigned on Tuesday, and left with quite the mic drop. This is what he had to say what we have experienced these last few months exceeds any limit me my family and colleagues have been insulted and threatened. We have resigned without being able to complete the economic measures necessary I. Hope that in coming days a salary cut coming agreed otherwise, there will be very grave consequences. The immediate future of the club continues I think nounce some extraordinary news and he's not kidding. Yesterday, the Board of directors approved the acceptance of the requirements to participate in a future Eh European Super League of football clubs a project promoted by the big clubs in Europe which would guarantee the future financial system sustainability of the club. The European Super League guarantees that KLOPP will remain in the members hands. have. You tell us La League president was quick to respond. He said unfortunately unfortunate that Bartolomeo announces on his last day participation in a phantom competition which would ruin F C Barcelona and confirms his ignorant of the book the industry side finale for president who did some things right that ended up making mistakes stakes.

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Q&A with Senate hopeful Daniel Gade

1A

05:19 min | Last month

Q&A with Senate hopeful Daniel Gade

"Weeks away. But nearly 38 million voters have already cast their ballots. That includes roughly 1.5 million voters in Virginia, where incumbent Democratic Senator Mark Warner is facing off against Republican challenger Daniel Gate. In a state that's become increasingly blew some of called Gates Campaign a longshot recent polling shows Warner up by almost 16 point. We've had Senator Warner on the show twice this year, but we haven't heard from his opponent yet. And that changes today. Daniel Gate. Welcome to one, eh? It's a pleasure to be on Earth. You thank you so much. And we should note that Daniel was also a professor at American University, which holds the license for our parent station. W AM. You So you're a military veteran and a disability rights activists running for office for the first time. What made you decide to run? Well, you're right. I'm a military veteran. I spent 25 years in the U. S Army and was wounded in combat twice decorated for valor, gave a leg in combat my hip level amputee and then later went on to get a PhD and a master's degree in public policy working in both the Bush and the Trump administration, so I'm a public policy expert, and I consider this race an extension of my military service, in the sense that I've been under oath to the Constitution my whole life, and this is just more service as someone with a little experience in politics. You've been running in part on the idea that you're Ah Washington. Outsider. Why do you see that as an advantage? Well, it's an advantage because you know, I think Virginians are sick of and nationally you see people sick of career politicians who have done little to solve our problems. I'll give you a couple of examples. When Mark Warner took office in 2008, he pledged 2009. He was elected Noh eight, but he pledged to be a budget hawk and back Then the deficit was $12 trillion, and now it's something like $27 Trillion or the debt rather And on issue after issue. There's a history of broken promises here, and even the Washington Post's no friend of Republicans said that he had quote muddled through his time in the Senate with few signature accomplishments. That's from spring of 2019 so This is who the career politicians are, and people are sick of it. They want career servants, and I'm a career servant of the Constitution. And that's the fundamental difference between us. But Republicans have held a majority in the Senate for some time. So how much of that? Can you lay? At Senator Warren Warner's feet. Will remember at the beginning of his time in the Senate. Back in 09, 10 and 11. The Democrats had a super majority in the Senate, not just a majority, but a super majority and and the White House and for the bulk of his time in the Senate, the White House and the Senate have been Held by Democrats, So it's not. It's true that there has been some fiscal indiscipline by Republicans as well. And I'm not in favor of that, either. What? Explain a little bit one example. What approach which you take to fiscal responsibility if elected. Oh, sure, one thing we need and I know a lot of people talk about this, and then they get to Washington. See and forget about it. D C has proven that we need about balanced Budget amendment and it can have an escape hatch for emergencies with, you know, some kind of three quarters majority in both houses to override for a period of time and You can write it so that it's not a suicide pact. But we absolutely must have that. And that means we need to weigh need to take seriously our obligation to our future generations. And that's something that I care deeply about. Do you think there's a political will for that kind of move? No, there's not on Capitol Hill. Of course, there's not, And the reason there's not is because they all are feeding at the same trough, Republicans and Democrats alike. But there's absolutely political will for it on Main Street, and it's a very populist thing, people. That's what people want. People want Washington to spend within its means, just like every state has to and just like every family has to. So if this is not rocket science, so if you're critiquing both Democrats and Republicans for this issue, how would you shift that dynamic if you're elected? Well, The first thing is that we need to elect Republicans who have a spine and we need Teo and we need to work. Of course we need to work cross, but we also need to tie into our core principles and his Republicans. Far too often, We've abandoned our core principles in favor of short term gain. And so that's you know, that's a broad based critique of my party and of end of, frankly, the other party as well. There hasn't been a Republican elected to statewide office in Virginia for more than 10 years, and some of called your Senate run a serious long shot. What makes you think Virginia could shift red again? Well, a couple of things one is you know, in the last quarter, I actually outraised Mark Warner, which was fantastic. And and what we're seeing at the doors on our phone calls and in our polling is that when independence here about me And my bio just my history of service to the country and my qualifications for the office. The fact that I have a PhD in policy they're coming over 2 to 12 to one and part of that is Mark Warner's failures on you Know, he voted against Cove it really for Virginia families. He voted he put in a budget that defunded the police by $50 million in 2002 as governor. And when people discovered that kind of thing, they're like, Wait a second, he says. He's moderate. But in actuality he's not. And so that kind of betrayal is really digging in and people are sick and tired of it. Well as we speak. There's a debate in Congress

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The Voice Of Hunger Games - Sunna Wehrmeijer

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:52 min | Last month

The Voice Of Hunger Games - Sunna Wehrmeijer

"Sauna. So yes. Yes. Okay. I am not even going to attempt your last name. That seems a general consensus. So please enlighten us. Lear mayor. Veer Maher okay. Yes. When you hear it. It's much easier to latch onto versus when you just see the spelling. SIMBA RANDOM H is in there too. You know you don't expect. So. You are quite the composer with a long list of projects that you have worked on and accolades and. including the nomination most recently or is this my looking to emmy nomination? Yes. Eh need the any. Nomination was very recent. Yes. Yes. Okay. There you go. Well, amazing to have you on the crew musician podcast. Taking the time. Thank you. Absolutely as we just discussed I believe you are true superwoman with three young children. Composition career and a studio that you're building. I mean, wow, you're juggling. Yeah definitely. Juggling. Dropping dropping lots of balls don't worry. You're crushing a lot of them too. So I think it all goes hand in hand absolutely, and we met through Derek Jones over mega tracks right? That's right. Right. So thank you Derek for that. Okay. I have a few questions that I like to go through. The each episode and it varies as we go and heard the guest but basically I just want us to be a fun conversation about you and your love of music and how. You. I got bit by the Bug Music Buck. You know talk a little bit about your history and what that was like. Well, should I stay You from the Netherlands. I'm from the Netherlands. Yes. I mean. Yeah Yeah. It is also actually. I love being dirt, it's great. I can say all kinds of stuff from this blame it on being. Young, I mean I definitely started. I mean Dick and around for lack of a better you know. Word at the piano at a young age is coming up with little tunes. I never thought I would actually do this as a living before i. MOVED TO LA three. I studied composition. and The Netherlands but also because I didn't really know what else to do I never fault I could actually. Be a composer. Until I set foot in La and just. Smelled the air and was really inspired by. Everybody around me. But But. The The music bug was definitely I mean being from the Netherlands is great because it's a great country but. I mean, there's a reason. Probably there's no word for film scoring. It's untransparent like scoring a film like the verb doesn't exist. Because there's not that much made and I felt very. I didn't fit in at the compositions because nobody likes Joan Williams nobody likes. Nobody like, Melody. That was just not thing the thing to do and I love all those things. That's what I you know. That's why live for. So I never really fitted in like I said until until I went to a found. So many people who felt the same so I think. I'm very happy I went and stayed for. A long time. Well, that's awesome because US Americans you know oftentimes, we can be so single minded. So it's nice to have people from other parts of the world come in and bring different perspectives and newfound appreciation for the the craft itself yeah I mean I. Love. I love the American view on film and Music. You know I think it's suits me much better than. The continental sound. That's great. Yeah. Did you have? Did you have a primary instrument that you were always more drawn to growing up and in school or? I, mean, I play piano That's my. Thing is I wouldn't call myself a pianist. It's the thing that I play to to us to impose on I used to play guitar when I was younger sixteen and stuff but I. Know it's not something I ever. Want my thing. I mean, piano is still my go-to thing. I like to sort of mess around on instruments but I. Think. Someone said one. The the worst musician you are the better composer you are. They probably said that they were terrible musician themselves. I, I'm. Not. I don't I don't play much for fun. If that makes sense I composed for fun you know

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U.S. Industrial Production Fell 0.6% in September

Noon Business Hour

00:40 sec | Last month

U.S. Industrial Production Fell 0.6% in September

"April when all the factory shut down. What happened there? I think there are a couple things. I think that first of all, we saw a big rebound in automobile production after the factory's re opened and there's some cooling off from that. You know, the recovery in manufacturing has been weaker than the recovery in the overall economy, so I don't think we need to necessarily worry about, eh. Recession in manufacturing. But I do think that the growth of manufacturing is going to be weaker than overall economic growth through the rest of 20 and then in 2021 as well, Well, we're talking about stimulus running out, and there's the never ending debate over a second round of stimulus in

COVID-19: Forests offer solutions for recovery

UN News

01:02 min | Last month

COVID-19: Forests offer solutions for recovery

"What are the immediate contributions that the forestry sector can contribute to the coit nineteen recovery and what kind of measures can be taken? Most important. People stay safe and healthy two, four six contributes immensely to that. If you see people wearing mosques, this is a forest product, think of paper towels or toilet paper or some types of tastes infections. But for US also contribute a lot to a safe and healthy environment is no coincidence that during the pandemic Mimi people tried to get to the countryside where you are. You're forests because you have clean. Eh Clean Water and less stressful environment there. At the point is to contribution to recovery. There are many millions of people. For home for a sectors provide chops and income and he could be many more just think of all the eco-systems to copy resort, which provides chips and they could be made productive and resilient again, which provides long-term income opportunities,

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PHA, North Philadelphia homeless encampment reach agreement

KYW 24 Hour News

01:21 min | Last month

PHA, North Philadelphia homeless encampment reach agreement

"Philadelphia Housing Authority has reclaimed the North Philadelphia lot where dozens of homeless people and occupy pH, eh protesters had set up camp. The homeless and cannon on the Ben Franklin Parkway, though, remains despite several clear out deadlines that came and went. Our community affairs reporter Cherry Greg has the story heard first here on K Y W. Under the agreement, PhD, will providing Kamman organizer's nine rehab homes. Labor on the properties, which have been vacant for decades will be provided by the Building and Construction Trades Council pilot project is called work for home and will require the future occupants to put in sweat equity. I'm not happy that I had to give anything but I think we certainly respect the encampment leaders Kelvin Jeremiah, CEO of the Philadelphia Housing Authority, and says the protest is living at 21st and Bridge had been covering a lot slated to break ground for a new supermarket next week, he says. If he didn't deliver the land to developers, by Monday evening, pH would have lost $52 million. But as of this afternoon at six o'clock we are in control of the Region Avenue site. I'm surprised And heavy about it. Jennifer Bennett is an organizer with Occupy PHH. They set up the Ridge Avenue camp June 28. Now they're moving with the permanent housing option. It's just for this camp so that other negotiations for the bigger camera still on global fundraising is still up in the air. Jeremiah says The rehab is expected to begin in 30 days.

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Interview with Michael M. Santiago

The Candid Frame

04:05 min | Last month

Interview with Michael M. Santiago

"Thanks knowing this of course. No problem. Vanish this is like. The conversations that are had on air pretty pretty though. So I'm glad to long an honor to be part of this for your name has come up several times over the last couple of years I've only had had you. Had you on the list. So that's good. Good time to reach out and can night. Yeah. Yeah. That's that's exactly what everybody's doing right now. Hey you were born in the Dr. that's my parents are from. Yeah I mean born in. Nights nineteen. I can't even remember now is a nineteen eighty. So. What what city. We were born on I was on copy dialed as basically my immediate family is, but my my mother, her family, their foaming in bed, which is. A small time to set up with the bladder. My Dad, my dad's not under the too much about my dad's Oscar damage much. But from when I understand I the capital also. Yeah, my dad was from Monte Cristi my mom's family's from La Vega? Okay. Yeah. Yeah. and. Then they moved to center the Mingo before they left to for New York in the late fifties. Okay. Yeah I mean. Like, 'cause you know I've been trying to trace trace back my father's side on the family you know once I started to get interested more abolish genealogy geology where we were from and what you know. My Dad was actually in the military and he you know he was actually caught up through just dictatorship us he was on that but the wild thing about that, his dad, his sister, my aunt she worked for the the opposite President Enhanced Dominican Republic with them in the sixties when when the loss the EH associated. Oh Man. Yeah she teaches he traveled to Europe with them when we had to flee in then somehow ended up back in America and I've tried talking to her against some stories about what that was like again, martyrs three and she won't speak about him and. Famous with my parents I, try to talk to the Minnesota's like. A. Lot of there. So yeah. It's like, yeah, I'm sure that it's painful. I really difficult and. It was always very curious about it and I was never able to crack my dad. And my mom and my mom, you know I'll never get it out of her. Yeah. So. There was one time. My Dad passed away. It was like three or four years ago going on four years. Now at some point he you know he was really sickening. It's all kinds of medicines than that used to give him loose nations and it was one day where he had caught we know he had a flashback to the date at three Joel was was killed and he got on. Your is like my mom's like we gotta go gotta get the kids dress. We gotTA GET OUTTA here to come in after out to, and luckily my older brother is day visiting from Florida ended up calling comment Docs not older brother was in the military as well. So like you know he was just telling dot com not everything's GonNa be fine. You know you're good. You know the kids find like that and that was the first received. My Dad's like had any kind of looks flashbacks on time at a military man, my uncle. Was One of those. Guys who went over to try and overthrow through here. and He. Got Him. You, know and. And then at some point after that, my father went to Cuba to get trained by the Cuban government. The Dominicans around the time that I think Trujillo was assassinated. My Dad never ended up going to the aren't came back but it was always really strange to think of my dad as a young man training to go to war 'cause. Just it just. Naming new. Things, the reason why my dad was really two of my beard 'cause about those. Ill is hated the fact that I had a beard and he would just tell them to save in guy and I know probably because

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"eh" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

03:33 min | 3 months ago

"eh" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"I'm on chapter about eight right now and get the twenty chapter done. I'll get it edited and then I'll I'm GONNA, published that one. And then I'll start on the fifth. But as far as US like I'm not gonNA rush because I've already got my nose and it'll be written pretty quickly won't take you long right at which is being a full-time railroad employees. Yeah. When ask you about that? Actually, let's take a break and we'll talk about that. We're talking Eh Allen about his books and we'll be right back on SCI. Fi. Talk. Hi I'm Amanda, tapping from Star, gift you one stargate, Atlantis, and sanctuary. You're listening to Sifi talk with Tony Coletta. Enjoy. Hi, welcome back. We're talking to E H Allen About Ritchie Millstone the fire water dragon and the platinum water crystal the first in a series of sci-fi fantasy time travel books. When you say you've been working on the railroad, you, you mean, you, you drive the train. So What time like I, mean, there's a certain. As a young boy, I've always wanted to do that actually because I just fell in love with trains so. which it Mike Can, what's it like to really do it? One thing I can tell you is there's a difference between rail fans and road employees. Real fans. All they see is a triangle and by and they think it's fun and Games, and we're up on time. And it's not like that I can tell you, I've been doing it for twenty seven years and I've got eleven years up to retirement, and there's a lot that goes on I mean, I've had a few listen have been Pamela Street. I got nothing trouble minor and you have to do everything by the book. You can't do the job by the pants because we hall. If you can think of something, we've hauled that mean cigarettes line cookies, televisions, everything, and it's a one of the gets irritated. When we calls an accident, we haul autopart, you know what you need to do. You know what regulation Hugo by. But when you're new when I was new, we're learning to be an engineer. They were trying to cram. Fifty gallons, worth of information and to my head, only ten gal I. Mean They. They want you to get promoted trained for fifteen months a year, and a half the train engineers not look. Easier once you do it when you do it every day and I, mean you have to follow these regulations as far as speed restrictions? They don't tolerate speeding..

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"eh" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

05:17 min | 4 months ago

"eh" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"I'm on chapter about eight right now and get the twenty chapter done. I'll get it edited and then I'll I'm gonNA published that one. And then I'll start on the fifth but as far as US like I'm not gonNA rush because I've already got my nose and it'll be written pretty quickly won't take you long right at which is being a fulltime employees. Yeah when ask you about that? Actually, let's take a break and we'll talk about that. We're talking Eh Allen about his books and we'll be right back on SCI FI talk. Hi, I'm Amanda Tapping from Star Gift you one stargate Atlantis and sanctuary you're listening to. Sifi talk with Tony Coletta. Enjoy. Hi Welcome back. We're talking to E H Allen About Ritchie Millstone, the Fire Water Dragon, and the platinum water crystal the first in a series of sci-fi fantasy time travel books. When you say you've been working on the railroad you you mean, you you drive the train. So What time like I mean there's a certain. I mean as a young boy. I've always wanted to do that actually because I just fell in love with trains so which it Mike can what's it like to really do it One thing I can tell you is there's a difference between rail fans and road employees real fans all they see is a triangle and by and they think it's fun and Games, and we're up on time. And it's not like that I can tell you I've been doing it for twenty seven years and I've got eleven years up to retirement, and there's a lot that goes on I. Mean I've had a few listen I been Pamela Street I got nothing trouble minor and you have to do everything by the book. You can't do the job by the panic because we hall. If you can think of something, we've hauled that mean cigarettes line cookies, televisions everything, and it's a one of the gets irritated. When we calls an accident, we haw autopart you know what you need to do you know what regulation Hugo by but when you're new when I was New York learning to be an engineer. Like they were trying to cram. Fifty gallons worth of information and to my head only ten gal I mean they. They want you to get promoted I trained for fifteen months a year, and a half the train engineers not look. Easier once you do it when you do it every day and I mean, you have to follow these regulations as far as speed restrictions, they don't tolerate speeding..

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"eh" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

07:13 min | 5 months ago

"eh" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"The Armstrong and getty show. I promise I'll get to the donut aversion therapy because I declared my independence from donuts on the fourth of July. took a stand at took an oath. Didn't Satan. Try To stop homer Simpson from eating doughnuts at one point that's right by feeding them to him and Delhi was a dad, but in originally kept eating. Yeah, yeah, we watched a couple episodes of the simpsons yesterday. My kids really like it. We're wait. The beginning nearly seasons when homer was still just kind of Nice and loveable. a little more on this book quite for Gylfi I though number one book in the country, Matt Taibbi took it on a few thoughts on America's smash it number one guide to Egghead racialism. A couple of things I wanted to point out. From his article, parents, calling out their kids is in vogue right now in slate, making a mountain out of a molehill wrote to advice, columnist Medical Herman in a letter headlined. I. Think I've screwed up the way my kids think about race, so you're right to advice columnist the problem the aggrieved parent noted was that his slash. Had gone to a diverse school, and their closest friends are a mix of black, Hispanic and white kids, which to them was natural The parent worried when one son was asked to fill out an application for a potential college roommate and expressed annoyance at having specify race because he said I don't care about race. So you're asked by the college. WHAT RACE ROOMMATE! You'd like? Yes, all right? That seems crazy to me. Anyone race, you are because the racist must be kept separate, but her son said I don't care about race, clearly situation needing fixing. Fixing Matt Taibbi wrote the parent ask if someone who didn't care about race was just as racist as someone who only has white friends and ask if it was too late to do anything no fear, the advice columnist wrote. It's never too late for kids like yours to educate themselves to help. She linked to a program of materials designed to for that purpose, a lesson plan for being an ally that included a month of readings including white fragility. The book Taibbi Calls Horses Right hopefully that kid with black and Hispanic friends can be cured, he says. will say. Well say. Crazy is that your son has friends of all different races and use think there's a problem right? He's got to be cured of that. That has to be fixed somehow the name of antiracism at a time of catastrophe and national despair when conservative nationalism on the rise in violent confrontation on the streets is becoming commonplace I don't agree with all that. It's extremely suspicious that the books politicians, the press university administrators and corporate consultants alike are asking. Asking us to read our urging us to put race even more at the center of our identities, and fantasize the unbridgable nature of our differences, meanwhile books like the adventures of huckleberry Finn and to kill a Mockingbird, which are both beautiful, and actually anti-racists have been banned because they contain the N. word, white fragility contains the inward to by the way it's almost like someone thinks there's a benefit to keeping people divided Matt, Taibbi rights well said. I almost wish that we're the goal to keep us divided I think they actually believe this crap is the problem. Yeah and there are a lot of people who think if I'm going to be a nice person, not a racist because I don't WanNa be racist. I need to go along with this. This is this is the way this is for me. This is the way for me to prove I'm not a racist. And it's absolutely poison as I said before accomplish the opposite I took in a ton of information about the French Revolution during vacation. Books. Documentaries that sort of stuff, and some parallels that I got point out. That are just really really amazing. Maybe I'll get to that next hour. Please back to my declaring independence from donuts. We got this text so jacket cold Turkey on donuts doesn't work so far. I'm three days donut free. which for me is amazing? Every day's victory. That statement is amazing. Here's a cure that worked thirty years. No Relapse for my dad. My Dad loved the glazed donuts. He had to lose weight, so he enrolled in a version therapy to kick his donut addiction. It was hugely successful with only a few minor downsides. The therapists had my dad bring two dozen of his favorite donuts to the session. Once seated in the treatment room in front of a mirror, he was told. The is many donuts as possible into his mouth and begin chewing without swallowing their own arts. He was then instructed to spit out his donut Cud pay. With it, then put it back in his mouth. Oh, wants now now and continued chewing spit out, and then put it back in his mouth Oh. Gee, many do this over and over again. Throughout this dining experience the therapist administers. Administer small increasing. Okay I didn't even read this for throughout the dining experience. The therapist administered small steadily increasing electric shocks, guys. In just. In just one session. He was cured of his love of donuts. Yeah, in reduced to a quivering massive anxiety. laughed. He cried himself to sleep every night after hat, but he was cured of his. Addiction? What I L. Whenever he'd smell fresh baked bread. He'd poo himself. It's. It's all right here. It's all right, dear, you're not eating a donut. You'll be okay holy. God they had to put them in a padded room, but he didn't need any more. Amazing, Oh boy. The. Aversion therapy I thought of that. You know for various habits and tendencies it just. Know says he hit me really hard with a stick every time this happened. You know it work after a while. Oh, I did a Bang Bang on vacation. That's when you eat two meals back. Tobacco two different meals back to back and not like six hours apart, not back back. Yeah, just yeah, like both is if you hadn't you know eating. And did a Bang Bang in San Diego Friday night. Pizza then a steak restaurant. A street pizza place then a full-on, really nice steak restaurant. My son couldn't keep up. He liked the idea. Yeah, but he couldn't. He couldn't hang now. He's only a child. But I see man's work. I was feeling pretty awful by the end of it, big giant Rubai onion rings, and then a piece of key lime pie after eating at a pizza place full meal with the beats black. And I told my son if I ever have this idea again to punch me in the throat. That's an odd relationship to have with your boy. What who am I to? Stick my nose. So I got some ideas on the French revolution and how it fits in with today we gotta talk about fireworks. Gone wrong and a variety of places around the country. That happens right. You lose you lose an eye. Armstrong and getty..

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"eh" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

03:52 min | 5 months ago

"eh" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

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"eh" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

08:04 min | 5 months ago

"eh" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"Four, three to what Kaoh, And we are underway the twenty twenty men's division of the Nathan's famous hot dog, eating content spending. It's been something else to get this off the ground that I hope that Emily has been able to help our peers across the sports vertical MLB, NFL show the way you can't have live sports here and we got to figure it out there you go. Did you compare your in Mali? To the NBA, NFL. And Major League eating. With, a dead, SERIOUS STRAIGHT FACE! They compared the alley to the MLB so beautiful major. League Baseball starts here in a couple of weeks. So does the NBA right again. Sir Must Quibble with your verbiage. They're scheduled to start. You have seven NBA. Teams shutting down their training. Camps Cause too. Many people are getting the. Did they're like? Yeah, yeah, we'll just GONNA quit Braxton. We'll just go to Orlando. Hoping that you know, they're not gonNA carry it with them. Our Mickey doesn't have the or whatever and I just I still. I still have my doubts. Especially, because a lot of the stars in League saying I'm not playing. I'm not playing in your phony asterisk, season and risk, subjecting me and and mind the combat virus. And then where's major league baseball roughly the same spot? They've they're trying to get going. Teams held workouts. Tossing a ball around, little BP Bingo, little little pepper! Saw Mike Trout run in the basis with a mask on oil in yeah wow. Or. Was it a trout mask replica? That is an incredibly obscure musical note. Those of you who got it I tip my cap to you. They're not going to have to wear masks to play the season. Though that's just practice, I think we're masks during the YA, know. He's been some Lynn. Think vocal about. Hey. I'm I'm concerned about this so I think was kind of making a bit of A. Boy If. You're wearing a mask I mean you could shout horrible things at the medicine. They wouldn't be entirely sure who said. With nobody in the stands, there's nobody in the stands right so they'd hear it okay, and then so we don't even know if the NFL's going to start up right now again. They have a plan and I'm rooting for him. I just I have some serious doubts because the players aren't going to risk. You know getting the did. They don't want to accept you know you're you're hanging on guys. Your minimum salary guys, your kids who are trying to make it in. The League will do anything. But your stars are not interested in getting the VID. coming up the dog stuff. How dogs actually age? If you're a fan of dogs, you enjoy it If you're a fan of science, you'll enjoy it. I. Think you'RE GONNA hate it? Also Matt Taibbi is back Oh. Yeah, LIBERAL LIBERAL MATT! Taibbi is back utterly blasting. The ridiculous book White Fragility Yeah. That's good. Senate has been so embraced tonight to number one book in the country. Yeah, it's it's a pile cran quite possibly going to be taught in your kid's school this fall. One, more reason to put your kids in private school sell a kidney China if you have to. is so anyway. Yeah, the horrific book wight fragility, which is being cited all over. by by those who would try to convince you? This is not a great country or that everything's about race, which is an evil and you know well racist way to look at the world, so we need to get to that well. Colin Kaepernick tweeted speaking of the NFL over the weekend that he would not participate in the fourth of July, which is a white supremacist tolliday. Okay, so you're not playing in the NFL. I wouldn't hire you. Why would I want to bring that to my organization and have to deal with it right? A White Supremacist holiday may be admire the fact that he is sticking with his. You know version of the world. And you know. When was everything was pointing towards him playing this year? Yes. Yup and he decided to say the fourth of July is not just not just some of the. We didn't live up to our promise founding. Nothing just so that no, it's a white supremacist. Well, he's bought the lie of the sixteen. Nineteen project and the critical race theory, people and this idiotic white fragility book. He's bought those lies. You know I do it his commitment on the other hand you know. If, there's some guy in my house, trying to kill me with a chainsaw, I shoot him a couple of times and throw boiling coffee, and his face, or whatever and he keeps coming at me with the chainsaw. It's a little hard to just admire his stick to it of Nece, I mean he's so wrong. Headed I mean I admire is. His willingness to throw his career way I guess it shows a a a real commitment, but a real commitment to being wrong. Anyway. Good luck one of the the most. Shocking examples of just ridiculous media lockstep in bias has to be the coverage of the president's speech at Mount. Rushmore on my gun, just astonishing. And and. Drew Holden. Did a great job on twitter of comparing the media coverage of the speech with the reality of it for instance you got Brian Stelter. WHO's utterly insufferable Unit on CNN? WHO's their alleged media critic? But he's just a shelter for the the democratic. Party, talking about the dark and divisive speech, Well The New York Times headline was trump uses mount rushmore speech to deliver divisive culture war message, right? How about this headline? The Washington Post at Mount Rushmore trump exploited social divisions warns of left-wing Cultural Revolution in dark speech ahead of Independence Day. And a friend who was there I really didn't feel like it was dark. No, no okay, so here's your Washington Post dark speech. President said we gather tonight to herald the most important day in the history of nations, July fourth, seventeen, seventy, six at those words, every American heart should swell with pride. Every American family should cheer with the light, and every American Patriot should be filled with joy, because each of you lives in the most magnificent country in the history of the world, and it will soon be greater than ever before your dark divisive speech on how about this ABC News President Trump pushes racial division. At the foot of Mount Rushmore. Well did you read the article in the new? York Times part of it. The the headline and I hadn't heard any of the speech of the time. You know the headline saying it was a dark divisive speech. I thought okay so now. You've put that thought in my head before I even get to the speech so I've got to you know. Try to fight against that. Most people won't even catch onto the fact that they've already been pushed. A certain direction as Brit Hume tweeted over. Over the weekend. He said so glad the Times does not permit opinion on its news pages. The headline doesn't even begin to reflect the bias in the story you get into the story and like the first paragraph it said, and this is news story. This is news coverage in what in theory is the most important newspaper in the world? Although I'm not, that might be like being the smartest or set this moral. It's committing suicide as well, but in like in the first couple of paragraphs. Paragraphs the news story says Donald Jr. President Trump continued to attack the straw man of civil unrest and I thought okay, so you've just declared something, half or more of America thinks is a real issue is a straw man Marxists marching in the streets, tearing down statues, some of them, but confederate statues some of them. Thomas Jefferson George Washington Frederick Douglass for the love of God, but this gets to how I. You know first thing. I said today.

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