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Initial Reactions Vary To Biden's Choice Of Kamala Harris As VP
"Election in 2020. Unlike anything we've ever experienced Joe Biden, who will be nominated next week in a mostly virtual Democratic national convention, announcing that California Senator Kamala Harris will be his running mate. They had their first appearance together Wednesday, and Wilmington, Delaware. Everything we care about our economy, our health, our Children kind of country we live in. It's all on the line, and with that history was made the daughter of Jamaican and Indian immigrants, Harris will be the first black woman and the first Asian American woman on a presidential ticket. Women across the country weighing in on the choice Commission. Grant is a professor of Harris's alma mater, Howard University in Washington, D C. Surely the attacks will come and I hope that It'll be the case that women around the nation not just black women, but all women will have this woman's bag. Keisha, Middle Mass is another Howard professor. If they get elected, which I hope they do, will actually be able to help him govern like a true partnership. And I think that's really important for America to see that black women are good partners that we will do the work that we will be aggressive and more currently, being a black woman with ambitions is not a bad thing. Georgetown University Vice Dean So Eka Colbert tried to figure out why it was such a monumental moment. It's difficult to decide for her. Because we're not used to seeing black women in these roles. She is a 10 black woman elected to the U. S senate. We have never seen a black woman on the Supreme Court. She is the first black woman to ever be on a major party ticket as a vice president. What I'm suggesting is that perhaps our inability to see her has to do with our vision for our country. And our third reconstruction. We need to reform that vision of the nation. President Trump also weighed in with his opinion. She is a disaster. She's going to be a disaster. I think for their party, and so did the man. Harris will eventually debate Vice President Mike Pence when he spoke with farmers in Iowa on Thursday, Senator Kemal Harris said she would change the dietary guidelines of this country to reduce the amount of red meat Americans can eat. Well, I've got some red meat for you. We're not gonna let Joe Biden and Kamala Harris cut America's meet next week, Harrison Biden will be nominated by their party to take on Pence and Trump will be nominated by their party a week later, both at party conventions that will be online on zoom on radio on TV on our phones, but not in person. Not really,
"eka" Discussed on X96
"Eka and this all started with a picture of Tom Cruise when he turned 50. Next to a picture of 50 year old Wilford Brimley in Cocoon because the premise of cocoon was these old people. Yeah, they're in an old folks home. They're Yeah, they're in assisted living and, you know And the point was well. Look at what Wilford Brimley looked at 50 and what other people look like? 50. So this is the tweet from yesterday. Says. Born November 30th 1969. Actress Ellen Pompeo of Grey's Anatomy is 18,530 days old today, matching the age Of the late great Wilford Brimley on the day Cocoon was released. Congratulations, Ellen Pompeo. You've reached the Brimley Cocoon line and what I learned When I saw that tweet was I, too, as of yesterday. Was 18,530 days old and have reached the Brimley cocoon flying because Ellen and I were born on the exact same day. What is that? I don't know what that means, though. She just explained it. I didn't get it. It's it's how old Wilford Brimley was when he did cocoon. Yeah, even though he was playing someone who is 80 Yeah, it was only in his fifties. That's the Burnley Cocoon line. Do I look like I could be in on old Folkshome. Right now. That's the point. That's the point. But Wilford Brimley did. Yeah, That's the point. Okay. All right. Go ahead, and I don't know. I just go ahead. The point is, Hey, I'm no, but I don't look old low for a little. It's a compliment. It seems it seems to be putting a lot of effort into Hey, you look a lot older than you really are or you don't look as old as you. You are So okay. Go ahead. What I did what I thought it was. It was a big day for me, Bill and your poo pooing. It It was a big day for you because you didn't look as old as Wilford Brimley. Yeah. Same age. Okay? Yes. I feel pretty good about myself that I don't look like Wilford Brimley. That's all into it. That's all. That's all it took. Yeah. Feel good about yourself. Okay? All right. Interesting. I guess we find you know you find your little your little helpers through the day as best you can. Exactly. I found that I found the bugs that bit you on the ankle. You did? Yeah. I'm still were anxiously awaiting the puss report. From to find out what kind of oven infection. This bug left, Gina, But I think if you go to x 96 dot com slash live, I looked down by my computer mouse and there it was sitting there right next to it. Next 96 dot com slash alive and I'll hold it up here. I killed cheese. This is what bit you I think it was this guy right here. I don't know what the best The angle is probably that it's It's a It's A Ah, it's a bug. That would be you. It's a wasp or a I don't know. It's dangerous. Right there. They did. Somebody place that by your mouse to scare you this morning. No. For some reason, I have this little box over here. And this is just a little white box and I've had it for years and years and years, and I thought I don't even remember what's in that box and I opened up and that's what's in it. A rubber bug. Yeah, a rubber It was supposed to be a fly. I guess I don't A rubber bug and three blood capsules. The kind that you put, you know that you put in your mouth and then bite so that it looks like you know, normal people don't have blood capsules. Just laying around the points. I know. I know that I thought it was a case. I just found this little box. I mean, there's there's the blood capsules right there. Little three little blood capsules too little but blood capsules. I don't know why I have this. And then Ah! A little. Another little box inside the white box that said this size up and this is full of ants, rubber rubber ants. But what to do? I don't know. And then also in here is a picture of I think this is South FARC, with Southfork from Dallas. Yes, it appears to be. Yeah, I had, so I don't know. I have no idea why I have this. Zero. That's interesting might have something to do with Wilford Brimley. However, Yeah, good. Go. Im And I'm I'm loath to throw it away. You see, even says these little capsules. There's a little sign inside there that says frothing blood capsules. Frothing. Yeah, I'm not sure if I should try them. Sure. Go ahead. We'll probably be kind of messy. Wouldn't do it now before news and boners. Yeah, No, I don't think you know I don't. I don't think I'm tempted to believe me, I'm tempted, but but I don't think I will. If you're gonna keep him just in case you never know when you might need frothing blood capsules. This sky is going to go back in his in the box and I'm going to put the box away and I probably will not look at it ever again. And then my. When I die in a year or so, my my relatives will be going through this and say, I wonder why he had this And still, no one will know. No, because I don't know why it is that is that motivation enough for you to go through your entire house and get rid of things that people will ask. Why does he have this? There's too much of that. Well, if you started now, you said, you have a year. We got about feet. If you started now, maybe there's there really is so much stuff here that I've kind of hung on to sort of like you do Carrie, except it's not It's not organized very well. And then a lot of it. I don't really remember why I have it or where I got it. I've been getting rid of a lot of my stuff. I have a hard time doing it like I get ready to much like I should have thrown this box away. I should have thrown this away. But I don't remember who gave it to me. And why. My ice. I have some vague memory of someone bringing it to the station..
Travel to Oslo Norway
"Kinda Guy. Well here's the thing I would like to do this when I'm traveling anyway. I kind of like to make modular itinerary. So I'll think about like specific kind of types of days. I want to have but then I can slot them in and out depending on my mood and different reasons and I think one of the biggest reasons why that's a good tactic to use in. Oslo is because of the weather here. So it's not every day that you get son and if you show up here and it's a sunny day it's warm. Don't assume that it's going to be like that the whole week. You're here. I was here when I first came in July and I think there was three weeks of rain straight and I'm like really is the summer this is. This is insane. I haven't seen the sun in like a month so I like to build people's itinerary and people ask me what to first thing I say is just around the weather. Like have the things that you WanNa do but then let the weather be the guide for the things you actually end up doing. Got On that day. So you're not going to suggest a first day. You're going to suggest a museum day in a outdoor day and the order depends on what the weather is. I'm there exactly. I mean we could look at it like indoor outdoor sunny versus rainy type. Things I mean Norwegians. Have a famous saying it's all SEIC Norwegian it's do Finis Eka Kadoorie Vodka about a doorly. And that's just means there's no such thing as bad weather only clothing so like they go out and every type of weather and that's true. I mean my kids sleep in their sleeping bag at at the daycare outside in the stroller when their youngsters. And there's never like a training too hard. We're not going outside today situation. I mean they put on rain gear and
A Conversation With Uli Lorimer of the Native Plant Trust
"Early. Lur thank you so much for coming on the PODCAST. How about we start off with telling everyone a little bit about who you are. And what is you do? Sure thank you. Thank you for having me on. So I am currently the director for the culture for Garner the woods in Asami farm For Native Plant Trust and trusts was formerly known as New England. Wildflower Society But we recently rebranded and changed our name and so we are now nick plan. Trust still the same organization just to name right on. And have you always been playing person or is this something you kinda figured out later on Throughout your career education or life I think I'd like to think I've always been a plant person. I think I could trace my earliest influences back to my mother. And my grandmother who always had really amazing gardens My grandmother lived in Germany. And as a kid we used to visit quite a bit and I just really love being outside in the space and you know I didn't know it at the time that it would have such an influence on me and I grew up in Wilmington Delaware and we used to get along with gardens quite a bit and I so that was kind of like my backyard and almost two three times a month we would go visit and as a kid you kind of think of it as this place to kind of run around in the highlights were like the Koi pond you know not plants per se but definitely had an influence on me and then as I got older I began working some landscape nurseries and and kind of traditional and install crews in high school and then when I got to college I actually went to Ethica college believing that I wanted to get into sports medicine and I filled out my first semester utterly and spectacularly because I think I was probably just more excited to not be living at home anymore and not really not really mature enough to to know what I was doing and so then I came back to this idea that maybe you could make a career in horticulture and I went back to university of Delaware enrolled in the horticulture and botany program there and absolutely loved it and kind of set me on this path and I initially thought you know because of my experiences working landscaping. That's where I wanted to go that I wanted to be a landscaper that I wanna to have my own kind of Mon blow operation but having some exposure to some commercial and retail nurseries. I was kind of bored with the standard choice of plants. There's only like everybody was going the same one hundred plants and so I thought were can I learn about the greatest diversity of plants learn about where to get the really cool interesting things and then apply that to this design idea and so thought Public Gardens and Botanic Gardens where the obvious place and so I ended up at the national them in DC for year doing an internship there and then moved up to New York City and worked at Wave Hill for about five years as their woodland Gardner and you know this dream of being in commercial horticulture faded quickly as my eyes open to the you know the beauty and wonder of public arts and all of the amazing plants and things that in all the possibilities of working in that kind of context really was very attractive to me and you know the longer I stayed in public arden's a less interest ahead and going back to commercial horticulture and so that then sort of transitions in the way Phil was was Was the beginnings of focusing in narrowing down to work with native plants In that I was responsible for their woodland I spent a lot of time pulling invasive but didn't really have any concept of how to transition that into a functioning woodland garden And certainly not much of an understanding at that time of the college and and plank the plank community concept or even a real firm grasp of regionalism which is something that I think is really important and so had an opportunity. Then to switch over to Brooklyn Botanic Garden and was hired as their curator of Native Flora and spent fourteen years there in that role. And that's where my approach in my focus in my understanding Really sort of blossomed. And where you know my current ideas about trying to connect field botany with public horticulture really crystallized thanks in part In a large part to the fact that there was an act of Science Department at Brooklyn Botanic at the time and A group of really wonderful botanist and taxonomic who had the patience to mentor me and that and allowed me to approach this horticultural work in the sense of saying well if I can go see plants in the wild and a natural spaces then I can get all this kind of good cultural information about you know the conditions that they grow in what sort of plant associations communities to they exist in and the more. I began to do that the more. I was intrigued by these questions of patterns and processes on the landscape and then I realized that that understanding ends up being incredibly valuable for a gardeners to understand how plants may or may not behave in cultivation and kind of get a better sense of how to plan out You know on garden wide landscaped scale plantings that that really embody these ideas of ecological value and aesthetics and sense of place. And you know sort of taking that inspiration of of seeing natural communities in and trying to translate that in a way into a designed public art in context so that work was really fantastic and getting to work with with those botanists. And you know at the time. I was just amazed that there were people who could identify any scrap of a plant. That you can link to them that you know you. Could you could open up a leasing cronquist manual and say I want to see this plant and they'd be like okay next week. We're going to go to field trip and I can take to it just like blew my mind that like that level of detail and understanding was that out there and through that partnership and Mentorship I was exposed to the New Jersey. Pine Barrens By one of One of the directors of sides at the time there named Dr Gary Moore through grew up down there and you know arguably one of the most knowledgeable about pine barrens. They exist today and so that really kind of began. The love affair of that particular landscape and at Brooklyn Botanic Garden about at this stage may be about eight years ago. The card leadership undertook this process of expanding. The data plan collection and the decision was made to focus primarily on pine barrens habitats and coastal plain grasslands as these were really sun-loving communities that had suffered in a hundred year old woodland garden with closed. Canopy we also made the decision because of the background and expertise of the Science Department at the time that we would source all the plants from the wild we would collect seed from known locations as locally as possible and grow all those plants and put them together Into this you know expanded new collection and so that was something that I was fortunate. Enough to be very intimately involved in Seed collecting over five six years to target the about one hundred fifty species that were new to the collection that we wanted to grow and all of the sort of fun and frustrations and challenges. Go with Trying to find enough seed and timing of collections and then you know the challenges of unlocking some of the propagation issues for some of these plants that had not been you know they're not international nursery horticulture at the stage and so I kind of felt it was neat because we were pushing the boundaries of the kinds of things that you could grow in public gardens exposing the public to plants that they were unfamiliar with but that really charismatic and then also again trying to emphasize the value of preserving those plants and habitats in C- to as as being one of the core messages of this kind of garden so a really wonderful experience. And like I said it really kind of began to crystallize for me. The the approach of what I'd like to a larger sense call regionalism. Which is this idea of like deciding that you wanna work within the boundaries of eka regions or physiology physio graphic provinces and. That's what should motivate your decisions about. What kind of plants are appropriate for Native Plant Garden and with it? All the benefits of local adaptations genetic diversity and biodiversity and showing that there are lots of plants that you can welcome into your garden from the wild and have a garden that is ecologically functioning primarily and aesthetic and just good for for humans and for all forms of
Pogba to Leave United?
"Latest one mark involving Paul. Paul Bur what a mess this is Liz. There's and I think think partly appalled. Pope was making an partly is making really because they haven't exactly the holiday with kind of a stir this Linda Sheila since he's been injured. They've had to go to Miami to spend this work to Dubai's do fitness where if he's basically how the world of fitness Rehab in the United have allowed that to happen now it it doesn't look good. It was great. It looks like it looks like he's doing his own thing while Socialist teamer struggling to get me so you know. There's a disconnect there poker clearly was Levy said which is much June. The remnant were were circling around in a meteorologist said things that suggests that the relationship with the united isn't broken but it's a very strong book would he take more palatable united. We'll probably go there right now. Because united struggling the not the united were the side of the top four. They probably don't have a sporting project that you would say that. Liberal of God's on Muncie Eka identify. Were united to go in and right now. If you're Paul puppy thinking what am I going to win something you know substantial united. You can't see it for a long time. They're not win the premier league this year next year the year after the Champions League is a distant distant dream so if you're a pop punk rock and the Sunday Sunday was to get away and play for big big little more chance of being successful because man united way now inaugural of trophies but equally. I don't think Paul is play so you can make it will be again. Is the right place wrong time. Wise this whole coming out now because surely they could have played a lot better and like not talked about the operation and fitness issues and maybe could've tried to get rid of him in January. It's keep everybody happy. Well this fitness thing I mean I think social made a mistake. I icon on Wednesday after the game saying that pump is people peration that sounded lights Celsius was suggesting that pope. We didn't operation but he's people thought you did. Socially came Matto says yes. People also think needed an operation to so if he needs an operation game operated on. It was never gonNA go in January because nobody has the money to Paul Popa deal in January it would cost. What seventy eight million pounds? And it's not a deal that anybody really is GONNA do. Real Madrid haven't got the money to do that. Deal in January. So he's kind of United States Unites Nice to start with him and then hope when he comes back in February it can at least contribute something towards the end of the season and may get into the top four. Maybe get them to win the league. It's GONNA drug drug on. It's going to get the silver and he's going to go and it's going to be talking. Franklin birth is mentioned with us as well. Frank what do you make your fellow countryman the way this is all going down. Well that's not a good situation for Paul because of his injury because of his agents Speaking out and not saying good things about a big big club with the big history. I think it doesn't show a big major of of the player of a of fees entourage as well. I don't know what's GonNa Happen with Paul Truces in fact if you is exaggerating the injury if he really needs if we needed to surgery. I don't know what's going on really there and it's not good for the future follow. What's going to happen to him next year? But when you sign for a club and as always said that you have to make sure that you do everything to respect the club we signed you and then now days to be that when the players don't just WanNa leave just brick everything done to make sure that the club does don't don't want them anymore more so it's for me what's going to happen very soon. Tupua mentioned Cecilia. Kelly can go the don't want him. We don't want him and you can go anywhere. Who else sees situation isn't it has come to an end already? Well it's been a situation almost from the beginning didn't quite mesh on the field field for Paul and then obviously the injury issues of the injury shows. Now I have no problem going to seek out to get yourself back on the pitch as quickly as possible but I think it's then and when you're seeing at a Miami Heat basketball game or doing different things we're okay look. We know when you're injured. You're not getting your head away from things a little a bit helps but there's also a perception issue and the balance isn't right. The balance hasn't been right with with him on the field. The balance hasn't been right with him off the field and maybe it is the best for both parties just to kind of wipe their hands with it but I think is guys mentioned. It is an expensive deal. Menu are GonNa want significant capital back from the investment. They made and that deal probably won't be made until budgets organized with. Let's be honest a handful of clubs that are gonNA come after Popa.
"eka" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"They're all the novices you probably only know how to buy low sell high or, or how to make money when markets go up. Congratulations, I throw a. Two board flip a coin pick. The name of a stock or company as something I pick is going to go up over time. This is not making money consistently listeners. I don't care if you did great in the nineties, and he got wiped out in two thousand are you did great in the markets, three oh, four zero five six and then he got wiped out in two thousand eight as they've lake you know, I had a great year, you know, last year buddy I got really hammered in November sever from everyone. And that's because you only know what to do in markets go up. So markets go up markets go down markets, go sideways. He only had to make money when markets are going up Eka private money amount of third of the time. If you're only making money, third of the time, what are you doing the rest of the two-thirds at the time? Well, you're the losing money or you're sitting on the sidelines or, you know, you're breaking even break even you lose time. And you lose opportunity costs. So it's critical out there listeners, it's critical that if you have money in the markets, whether it's trading house retirement account. Counts. You know what to do it up. Markets down markets sideways markets, and that's the first thing I asked when someone comes in here. There's a Blake, you know, blah, blah, blah, you know, I've been trading twenty years, you know, I never tire account. I'd love to lie. I watched CNBC all day, okay? So do you know how to make money in downward markets? No, do you know how to make money and sideways markets. No. So you sound like everyone else, who's lacking, the education, and you're just hoping and praying the markets go up forever. And guess what listeners it doesn't happen. Nothing goes up forever. You need to have a plan for how to time the markets and no one to be, you know, long, but basis or long bias and you wanna make money when it's going up or a short side basis wanting the markets go down or, or even how to make money inside these markets. But for those of you out there, who you know, you're, you're not consistently making money in your retirement account rating accounts, yet, don't understand market, timing, what Wall Street's really doing to make money day in and day out. Give us a call right now. Now I'm gonna give away thirty passes for a half day class on market timing. If you're interested in short term income this classes for you, if you're.
"eka" Discussed on Get Up!
"On ESPN and the ESPN. Next week is going to be great. And the guy we need to get on this guy. Andre dollar continuing to say remarkable things including yesterday an appearance on the breakfast club. Eka dollar shared an interesting story on playing through injuries that sheds I think a significant amount of light on what K D might have been facing in the finals this year. I have to read you the quotes. Here's what he said when you're an athlete, and you're hurt. Everybody is looking at you sideways last year. It happened to me. I missed the last three games of the Houston series. It goes to game seven we barely get out of that series. And now they're looking at me like when are you coming back and I had a fractured leg. It's being put out there like he's got a bone bruise. And I'm like, no it's fractured. So I'm fighting with the team. I'm fighting with people. I'm fighting with the media and my teammates asked me every day. How I'm feeling. So he's getting it from everywhere to is talking about Durant with Katie. He's getting it from everywhere to that is a remarkable thing, I think, for under a dollar to say and I know that came out yesterday. Yep. Greeny and it was a day after the injury happened while I was on the show live from Toronto. And I said the way the narrative was handled by the organization was disappointing because from Kevin's team. They said, hey look game five game six is the first time we're actually thinking about coming back game six potentially. If it gets a game seven, and we're not ready. That's what it has to be. But when the narrative is out there that it's not really what it is. And there you're saying, hey, he can come back in the series before he can come back game one could potentially come back and game to it creates this world. Linda Beck that if you're his team, you're your back. They're saying what everybody's questioning my character to questioning whether I really want to actually play for my teammates to win the world championship when that has never been in question in the first place. And here you have a guy like Iggy who's consummate professional. He is a veteran in the way he Endo's everything for him to save that yesterday was I opening because it just confirms what I saw what? I felt I agree. And what merges from it is this continued narrative, I think of distrust between the warriors their organization. They're whether it's their actual training staff, or whomever, it is that is making these decisions and putting this narrative out there and the players. I mean you could just flat out said, I think for all the attention. This got it was actually under reported. Here's Andre dollar, basically saying last year I was much more hurt than they were letting on. And it came around towards me in a bad way in the wake of the K, D stuff. I think that's extraordinarily important. This was they Dala getting hurt. Again, this is going back to last year's playoffs and the stories that came out where he's got a bone bruise. Remember this vividly it giving back? You'll probably be back. The next game probably be back. Why hasn't he come back? Boy, there are people questioning why he's not playing for his team right now. It sounds just like the Kevin Durant scenario when it's dollar instead of Durant. It's going to get less attention. But I think it is very informative of what we just saw happen here. I think this is a very significant. From Andre massive, and I know tomorrow we're going to do the pros and cons of different scenarios in which teams. Kevin Durant can go to, and I will tell you a car that you have Golden State, even though he can make exponentially, more money there by signing the supermax, even if they do a sign and trade later is the trust factor. The trust factor between their staff their medical staff, and also their front office, that's going to be a point. That was it was different. And I said it to him going back to New York to see his own medical team by himself was that was a major was a major stance by him because it goes to show, you, okay, you guys, give me your diagnosis. I believe this happened regardless of whether it was right or wrong..
"eka" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"If you just want to see the device, same thing, spelled N you comb. So anyways, I experimented with Eka meditation, and with yoga, and then when I got the new comb started experimenting with the power, nap setting after you telling me about some of this research, that had been done along with some, some anecdotal data about the simulation of sleep cycles, and found that it worked literally within a single session in surprisingly worked better and better, every single time after that, you know, kind of laying my fear is that I might grow used to fix it. It's simply gotten more effective over time. I almost instantly now begin to slip in and out of that conscious and unconscious state as soon as flipped the thing on and begin a session, so it doesn't deed. Work in the way that you've just described, but something I wanted to kind of ask you to delve a little bit more deeply into was what's going on from a sympathizer nervous system, stimulation standpoint of for example, heart rate, variability, is something I've discussed multiple times on the show, and even alluded to the different branches of the nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system being something you can measure using a hurried variability device that is reflected in what's called the high frequency or I'm sorry. The low frequency the l f response would be the sympathetic nervous system. And then the para sympathize with the rest digest nervous system, we would be trying to, to, to, to stimulate using something like the Newcomb would be the h f frequency. Now, have you measured anything like HR V, or L f h f frequencies using the Newcombe? Well, you can't see me, but I'm smiling ear to ear number one year noticing the same thing we all noticed. I've been using new comb for almost ten years, you'll never build resistance to this gang in two thousand thirteen were working with the top statistical biophysicist mathematicians on the.
"eka" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Good morning, union risks sentiment salad. Overnights off to come and treat run by the Chinese state media said that if the US fails to make me move sincerity than it's meaningless officials to come to China to have trade talks. Tony stocks extended losses in often session, Shanghai com off around two and a half percents. The sentiment feeding through into Europe this morning, your stocks and tax slow by around seven tenths of one percent sex. It's autos retailers and banking things that underperforming those three sectors off around a full percentage point so far in the bone space fund and treasuries. A small higher tenure yields by low by around a basis point Italian bts continue to try it. Well, despite ongoing tensions in domestic politics for the currency space, the Japanese yen, and Swiss fr. Stronger. Aussie dollar fell further below sixty nine cents dollar China's slip by Kabila's six dollars ninety four having rallied for much of the session. The pound studying around the west levels for the week against Tele full commodities w showing off best levels Bank below sixty three dollars. Most base metals software overnight. Coming up today, a relatively quiet session. We have the final look at key one years, CPI, as well as construction output from the US leading index, and the university of Michigan sentiment reading, central banks, because include feds Williams, and Clarita who speak in the European often have Eka fan meeting with a press conference schedules around fifteen London, but for me to hit, like, breaking news type s on your Bloomberg terminal. That.
"eka" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Done. That is a sands about a strong message as you can do in the US L. So I thought that was worthy of of amount of the match to the US. Well, it was your red card red card. It was right card because the incident happened with could be best at us. It is what it is. It is the whole thing. The fact that you would do that in a game to a player is just I mean, it's it's crazy. But also, you can say amount of the match for the way it was dealt with. Yes. You you certainly. That's you're right. That's how you handle it like, okay, you're gone. You're gone. This is not zero. You're not representing this teens hero tolerance policy caught off sides man of the match you wanna keep going amount of matches native Manuwa. Oh, yeah. Look at us in lockstep. Yeah. I like when that happens. Nice synergy, partly because I've become so tired of this Latin steak. I was just waiting for someone to stand up to him. And he may not have been the hero expected Andrew, but I was lat of his intervention and hopefully ten learns I don't think he learned. No, no. What are you? Crazy. I can't wait for the next time. These to play this is only the beginning. This is chapter one you feed on this. Let's see my man of the match JJ referenced it at the start. And I wanted to make sure we mentioned it here again before we got out Eka Casillas think we were all pretty stunned today when we saw the news that the Thirty-seven-year-old thirty seven year old FC Porto and Spanish goalkeeper had suffered a heart. Tack at training. He was rushed to the hospital, but is now out of danger. Which is obviously great news Oporto statement read cassia suffered an acute myocardial infraction during Wednesday mornings training session held at the Porto guy training center in olive all the work session was promptly interrupted to provide assistance to the Porto goalkeeper who is currently at the hospital. C U F Porto see us as well. Stable and his heart problem is solved rail Madrid also released a very nice heartfelt statement, wishing him a speedy recovery. And then to the delight of everyone Casillas himself tweeted out a picture where he actually looked great. He was in his hospital bed. But he he really looked good. He didn't look weary or anything like that. And he tweeted this is a kind of a rough translation everything is under control here a big scare but with the forces intact. Thank you very much for the messages and affection. Obviously he is one of the faces of this. Port for this generation for everything that he did it Real Madrid and Spain and what he's continued to do Porto. I don't know that I've ever really heard a bad thing said about the guy. We're obviously all hoping that this has a happy ending which right now all appearances indicate that it will. And so I just wanted to give give a shout out to Eka Kosice home. Did he gets well soon? I remember his debut for the drid while seventeen years of age just seems like he's being run forever. And he's only thirty seven which is the scary thing that's going to be interesting to see you this thing impacts going forward. I remember when KANU had heart surgery, and I thought well would that be the end of them and he came back and he had a pretty early in his career. So I wonder what this means for C big picture. Just delighted that he's core. He's doing. Well. Absolutely. So there you go. There you go my friend beefy pod at sure is back to back days. We got throw it. It's not over. There is still second legs to be played crazier. Things have happened. Not just for some not talking about spur. You guys to keep that shit up over there. All right. Look, I'm gonna eat my feelings for tonight and tomorrow, you have more feelings to eat all my God. I'm gonna eat on the way home. Definitely I am. I am. I'm low Andrew quite low. Well, hey to you. I say. Have a good one my friends take. You're listening to cod off side soccer podcast..
"eka" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Pat cannon from Eka VIN, but goes and takes it away Soderbergh free again. Skinner the twenty six year old and work with it and signed his own zone playing pitching catch with menteur. And so as pagosa of a menteur skate in front of the net, and he'll bring it out. Skinner this season. The most goals by any sabres Thomas panic, scored forty in two thousand eight and two thousand nine. For six in the NHL thirty six goals. His career-best set with the Carolina Hurricanes and his breakout year two thousand sixteen and seventeen that is in fact, thirty seven becomes Nathan MacKinnon has thirty five goals on the season. It was the right idea with the puck bounce on a stick behind the net conflict in hand pinching is to keep it alive compromise to the ice and resort has to play it safe and get back in place of namic. Rigas takes a hit from the door. I'm supposed to be corner enthuse there as it for the ads. No floated the center down the ice. Again, looked like wrist line and had a chance to play it. It's called icing. Anyhow. Usually don't like to pick apart icing decisions, but some perplexing ones. Here this afternoon. Twelve forty five to go in the third period. One nothing ads on thirty shots on Carter hut. Sabres had yet to get the double digits. They just have eight shots on goal. Almost forty eight minutes of play here in this game here this afternoon. Things. One by the sabres back for Skinner for shot off the skate of namic Skinner and McKinnon do battle in the far corner. Skinner picks it up now for icon pushed aside looking side by precise. Czar tried to get away from Reinhard. We're still lying. Another point nearside corner. Once it down behind the net starts stick checks gets Renate Makina Newell lay the body in but Afghan. Clear shot from the point trickles wide active stick from group. Our gets away from Reinhardt. And that's a smart play by the goaltender at still can't clear wrist line and top of the nearside circle wine. Spire save me by group. Our rebound picked up by buffalo. Skinner? Good and find it in his feet gave group our time enough three sets now Reinhard far corner backhand pass for Jack Eichel trying to get it for Skinner off escape on the stick of crystalline it as having a tough time getting outta their zone. For led to a couple of goals on virgin Dallas GT cop behind the players getting into pushing and shoving comfort Brussels d'alene down to the puck spree. Elegant a stoppage in play which is unfortunate because Nathan MacKinnon would have been on the charge but bodies come together the helmet of JT comforts off. And now Darlene takes his off on purpose. So that he can put his hair back into place. Now more pushing and shoving in.
"eka" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Than two and a half million dollars better than the launch the latest assessment of the war in Afghanistan, not optimistic the man nominated to head the us central. Command was asked repeatedly about the Trumpster. Strategy in Afghanistan. Senator Gary Peters, what are we doing differently? When it comes to the Afghan security forces that we haven't done for seventeen years, Lieutenant General Kenneth MacKenzie said the situation is largely stalemated and he said sixty thousand Taliban fighters remained in Afghanistan at Afghan security forces. He said are in trouble. They're fighting with their losses are not going to be sustainable asked. How long US trainers would have to remain before the Afghans can provide their own security MacKenzie said he didn't know cap me McCormack CBS news. The Pentagon soldier based in Hawaii who tried to help terrorists gets twenty five years in prison. Sergeant first class Eka Eka kind pleaded guilty over the summer to providing classified military documents a drone and other help he provided that support to undercover agents. He believed were part of ISIS blood turns up in an apartment rented by a missing, south, Florida woman in Costa Rica? Investigators say that prompted a search leading to a still unidentified body officials say tests are being done to determine whether the remains are those of Carlos Stephanie who has been missing for more than a week. She was on vacation in Costa Rica, celebrating her thirty sixth birthday four twenty one in Boston. Now, Pennsylvania woman pleads guilty to killing her boyfriend. This was a bizarre attack windy. Thomas faces a prison sentence of eighteen to thirty six years after pleading guilty to third degree murder. She and her boyfriend were arguing when he died this year attorneys described their two year relationship as troubled Thomas, who's forty-four admits to not only stabbing Keno Butler, but also hitting him with a table leg. Then sitting on his chest crushing him to death. He weighed one hundred twenty pounds. She's roughly three hundred Gary Nunn, CBS news, Chicago woman who claims she was secretly videotaped. In a downtown hotel shower is suing price tag is. One hundred million dollars. This lawsuit claims the footage was then posted on a dozen pornographic websites. A hotel spokeswoman says they're shocked at the allegation and will work with investigators a dog Dixon, digs up something very rare in a backyard in Washington state. When the yellow lab named scout came in after digging a hole in his Langley, Washington home, he had something in his mouth at first is owner thought it was just rock but upon closer inspection. It looked like something more significant. So we took pictures and sent them to paleontologists at the Burke museum in Seattle. To confirm that it was indeed a heart of a mammoth and the museums. Andrea Gaudino says they believe it's about fourteen thousand years old. Many times where dogs uncovered awful nearly a good mceal for CBS news, Portland. Oregon. There's always traffic.
"eka" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Show AM eleven seventy sandiego and you're listening to the show and I'm your host economy and then getting on with our story about Mr., Lord George, Paulette basically coming in and seizing the island of wa who and of course the kingdom of Hawaii on July twenty six Admiral Richard. Darton Thomas And I said, that earlier about doubting Thomas because you. Know he came in and said you can do this guys adopted but doesn't connect anyway Richard Daunton Thomas sailed into Honolulu and he's still doing on his ship the h m s Dublin and he became the local Representative of, the British commission by outranking Paulette his intention was to end the occupation and on July thirty first, he held the. Hawaiian flag in his hands. And officially transferred the islands back to king chimera desert and this is where he uttered the words were Malka will Eka porno now this, is where, it gets confusing generally because if you translate it properly that Piggly says the sovereignty of the land is perpetuated in righteousness whereas in. Today's Basically, interpretation of warm okay okay Eka porno is the life of the land, is perpetuated in righteousness so there seems to be a difference. There, and for some Hawaiians Chuck at it for a little bit but basically what it came down to. Is the all celebrate it was. A Friday they all went out and. And, basically celebrated the weekend and then got back on this ships and then played soldier again, so for all of you guys this is one. From Mr. porn One day I'll tell you. The whole story about this one, it's called it's a Mojo frightening.
"eka" Discussed on Rocket
"The. Alot and welcome to rockets accelerated Eka conversation. The steps set is brought to you by hover fracture and euro I'm so under Roche for yeah. Well, yeah, you video producer polygon dot com. And I'm joined today by brianna Wu democratic candidate for congress. Woo indeed, and Christina Warren, a senior club developer advocate at Microsoft was up. Okay. So so hot here right now. I like 'em sweltering. It's like. It's like it's like ninety degrees right now. I am so sorry. I mean it's also ninety in Boston. I actually paid an electrician over a thousand dollars to like wire the upstairs of my house so I could add two more air conditioner. I this floor because that's how bad it is for one air conditioner in the entire apartment because there are only. Right? Well, I could put one in my office is technically, I guess, have like a plug for it or whatever, but a that require cleaning my office and be that would require money for something that it just it doesn't get hot enough during the year, but it is so hot right now guys like it is so disgusting. This SARS like a cool seventy five in New York. No, I know also it was bizarre. So it was raining in New York all weekend when he was fine because the Taylor swift concert was still amazing in the rain, and I get back to Seattle and it's like, beautiful. Mike really was happening to you. Why did you turn the world upside down something like that? Who else is turning the world upside down Kevin on Twitter. We wanted to do a shout out to Kevin baron Vaughn Clack who has really cool plaques for like a ton of relay shows a fracture. Actually, this is literally perfect there fracture prints. I should've saved it for the ad raid, but I'm doing it now of prince of like rocket ATP analog the the logos for those on his wall in. They're really nice looking the trite. I, that's so cool to think our podcast art work could be hanging up his his like house that's also five or problem with this smoke. I've really big, I'll help them with this because max Timken enemy show, I think we could say the show real, the show CEO of cards against humanity, all that he responded. So Kevin house, one of his podcasts there, which we're not going to name because they're a competitor. Have the stunned by Friday. And he wanted Kevin to go get his podcast art printed twice as big, and this is what I have to say to you. Max tem, can you will not be rocket or rocket. So we are going to send you a double size, print of the rocket fracture to your house Christina's money. I, we're all going to sign it digitally before it gets printed. So diem me after the show will get that over to you and then a picture of it. And please next max podcast, just so we can see it properly in context next to each other c. max wants you to buy your own double big plaque. We are offering it is a gift a gift just like we are..
"eka" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast
"Host, and I'm your co host, Sarah, and every story sounds, I thought this was like an onion article I saw just because it's like, no, it's not in that Japan is facing an open the notes for this. Busted out laughing because you're right. It does sound like a article, so it's. Yeah, and that's a little misleading. It's not. Japan will actually might Japan entirely because you imagine if it's happening in this place, it must be like all over Japan in that in the city of IGA. I'm gonna pronounce it IGA instead of idea. Eka claims to be the birthplace of the ninja, but it's having trouble finding ninjas to be ninjas and he. If that makes any sense whatsoever. Okay, so people don't want to go there or they just, I mean, why is there a shortage? So Japan for a number of years has had the whole thing about the aging population and not having enough young people, and I don't understand all that demographics wise. But when they do have young people, they don't wanna stay in rural places. They wanna go to cities or an IGA is out in the countryside. I think it's about an hour away from Tokyo. I read. So it's population is kind of shrinking dwindling way, but it often it plays off of being the birthplace of ninja ninja ISM. Is that. So that's part of tourism for the town is people coming to see ninjas and learn about ninjas. They have a whole ninja festival every year between late April and beginning of may. But in order to do that, you actually have to have ninjas there. Sure, sure. Let's go to the festival of the nothing. What does it take to become un-injured actual ninja, are you? Can you be an actor pretending to be injured? What's what's the requirement? I mean, maybe so Lou is might give it away, but you know, just have them all covered up the ninja that never shows its face sore and doesn't speak exactly the silent quiet as you should be as an injustice, but no, so it is performers. It's not you're not being hired to go kill somebody. I don't think hopefully not. Yeah. Right? Well, they would get fewer tourists if that were the case, what is it that one? I know this is a movie. Now, where do you think you're hired to be the fake something? And then it's actually the real. What are now? I can't think of what it is. Oh, I'm not sure about that. But anyways, they're offering up to eighty five thousand dollars American dollars. So the I'm not sure what the actual number is in Japan, but that's what it's a quill equivalent is to people to be ninja performers because there's such a shortage because young people don't want to stay there. So wanna go be a ninja now, right? Yes, I'd actually probably suck in. I just I can't like sneak. I have no sneaking skills. I don't know what the job requirements are. Do you have to sneak? Maybe you could just learn how to use weapons, you know, or there is some training involved though, again, you're not being trained to be an actual assassin. I don't think again, I don't think I could be wrong, right? This would be the best cover ever actually training people to be. No, this is just four years ING, right? They're just really, really good performers. Wait a minute. I think there's a conspiracy going on right best cover ever. So it is niche performer, but I think you do learn how to build a throwing star and all that. And you interact with people who come to the festival. And I guess it's a bit like Theam living history where people who pretend to be from colonial days and actually like stay in those houses and cooked over a fire and churn butter and whatever. Right, sort of sort of thing of inhabit the character be the character acting. Right? Yeah. So I mean, I'm a little shocked at this just because it's like, okay, fine. I also probably don't want to live out in the middle of rural farmville but eighty five thousand dollars to be an issue. Sounds like a really awesome deal. It's okay to me. I grew up in row farmville. I'm okay with it except that I don't speak Japanese ninja..
French president 'never meant to offend' Italy with criticism over migrants
"Christina keno bloomberg's eka reporter james maker who joins us live in tokyo right let's get the latest in global news is good bugs markus thanks very much indeed mark now the leaders of france and italy will hold eight tenths meeting today after president d'amoto mccall accused rome of being irresponsible and cynical for not granting access to the migrant rescue ship aquarius bloomberg's counting conan reports after apologizing on the phone imminent mccain promised giuseppi come to discuss new solutions for sharing the migrants burden at the eu level after peres the italian prime minister will travel to germany on monday the issue threatens the heart of the eu unger merkel's own coalition in danger in paris counting kernen bloomberg daybreak europe senior eu officials have informally discussed whether the uk might need to stay in the block post march twenty thousand nineteen if brexit negotiations don't accelerate talks are stalled on the border and the future trade deal bloomberg understands that officials in brussels have privately questioned whether they can finish on time in the meantime here in london theresa may is facing further problems when it comes to e he withdrawal bill and an amendment on a meaningful vote in parliament on the final deal with the eu and the and the un meanwhile is warning that a saudi led assault to seize the strategic city of houdaida from who the rebels could shut down vital age root for food food and humanitarian aid un human coordinator for yemen lisa grandes says all of their operations depend on the port nations right now has dozens of people on the ground in her data we're providing food providing water her providing healthcare we have to bring those commodities through who data we've done everything we can to use other ports and we're continuing to expand our operations there but there's no substitute for her data global news twenty four hours a day on air now take talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm markus karlsson this is bloomberg guy it was the result russia was looking for let's find out what's happening in the world of sport is callum russia funds might be pinching themselves this morning to make sure the opening game of the whole world cup wasn't a.
"eka" Discussed on Nintendo Voice Chat
"Kind of like a side scrolling rpg battles game yeah yeah interesting it's cool i got that we don't have any bureau of it sorry pants but it's really matt system that feels almost like a ribbon like it has a rhythmic element to it it's inactive combat system but it's also mixed with traditional like turn based rpg styles hill which i know sounds a little weird but it works well it's interesting i like i like the look of it to like the kind of the two d animation looked really cool yeah then eka ruge came out i hope you'll playing that one yeah then tom recommended yoko xilin adventure which i didn't express we talked about when was i'm really enjoying this too much to play again it's a lot yeah we we've we've been sort of missing a lot of games but there are a ton out that you guys should definitely play get anxiety attacks when you open the shop it's like oh my god nowhere but yeah those are those are picks for this week definitely make sure you check out sushi striker if you're looking for a decent puzzle game on switch but i'm excited about this next segment here so we're kind of bringing back question block the way we used to where it's not live i'm sort of just reading your questions here but a couple of hours ago i was on twitter and i tweeted out asking for your questions so these are directly your questions that you guys asked me a couple a couple of hours ago so we're gonna kick it off with one of our favorite people here from nbc in old nbc oldtimer friend of the show lilies out of our ask.
Colombian vet charged in U.S. with smuggling heroin in puppies' bellies
"News time twelve oh to a horrific scene at our brooklyn car wash started with an eighty five year old woman entered ninety year old husband were rear ended outside of car washing avenue they went behind their honda to inspect the damage when a worker driving a jeep liberty lost control and ploughed into them the jeep actually backed up and hit the woman and the honda two more times a witness says her legs were severed and it was the worst thing he had ever seen victor was nearby probably hitting do it on purpose he did it he used he used this is acid and that's how police are treating it they did not charge the driver who remained at the scene roger stern ten ten wins and sheep's head bay with warm weather comes arise in mosquito tick bites cdc officials are out with a report saying the number of people who get disease from squitoes ticks has increased dramatically in recent years director robert redfield says cases of diseases such as eka virus fever and west nile tripled between two thousand four and two thousand sixteen squitoes and ticks and infections are moving into new areas nationwide redfield says more than six hundred forty thousand cases were reported in those twelve years and he says with spring and summer months ahead the risk of mosquito borne diseases is once again rising he's urging people to use insect repellent and check around your home for any stillwater that could become a breeding ground correspondent mark remillard wins news time twelve oh four new jersey has added fifteen hundred people to its medical marijuana program in the last month alone this after five new eligible medical conditions were added under governor phil murphy he added conditions include migraines thanks iety sharad syndrome and chronic pain there are now about twenty thousand patients taking part of the medical marijuana program in new jersey murphy also supports legalizing recreational marijuana veterinarian accused of implanting liquid heroin poppies for a colombian drug trafficking ring has pleaded not guilty to charges here in new york the vet andrea lopez awards are was extradited from spain us officials say he stitched packets of heroin into the bellies of dogs sent on commercial flights to new york city and then the packets were cut out of the puppies who died in the.
"eka" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"I mean you walk past a homeless bum laying in the gutter what are you telling me that an insect's not gonna jump on your foot if you go by it could of course the insects gonna jump on your foot but you don't want to think of it because will make you a racist right or a homeless est if you put down the homeless people if you actually feel what you should feel which is disgusting contempt for human being a good let himself fall into that state which you should have contempt for them listen to me well it tells you you have compassion for them that's if they're weighing waving a metal pole at you if they're urinating on your show if they're defecating in the mailbox you're supposed to have compassion for them but your first instinct is not compassionate contempt and the contempt would have you walk away from them if i walked past a certain park near my apartment in san francisco and i see these these bums laying there i cross the street i don't i don't wanna be within ten feet of them because i know the bug is gonna jump off the bum onto me i really don't want lime disease or a take that bites me and gives me west nile aziza i mean i guess in san francisco you should have zeke and west nile disease the show that you're compassionate and dow with the bums you should actually be infected by these diseases the show that you're a true liberal to be a true liberal you should actually embrace the homeless and get west nyland's eka then what you would show that you're a good american from san francisco and then if you cross the street you have some kind of a lack of compassion you're an evil person to walk across the street when you see a filthy bump laying in his own feces you should embrace him actually you should embrace that person has a brother if you're a true american okay i laid it on pretty thick but i'm trying to make a case here we have an outbreak now of new diseases from ticks fleas and mosquitoes that are soaring and don't buy the big light as with climate change has nothing to do with climate change it has to do with bums and also illegal aliens who are breaking into the country where these diseases are endemic and the story that's all you.
Holiday party: Pelicans hold off Blazers, take 2-0 series lead
"To since there was no warrior game last night i wanted to run my nba playoff theory at you here okay i have a playoff crush on the new orleans pelicans yeah my god so are you with me give me your thoughts to show up in portland drew holiday reborn replay off rondo now i'm not saying the warriors are going to lose these guys but i'm saying i'm paying attention bob how about you know i think you hit on it murphy's that playoff rondos like eka dala playoff version last year chicago had beaten boston the first two games and rondo hurt his thumb and then he was out for the rest of the series but this guy with championship experience it can run things utilize anthony davis they don't have you know i could use a lot of bad euphemisms here but they don't have demarcus cousins and that's a good thing you know so then you look at the way drew holiday who'd played point is whole life is played off the ball this year and he was spectacular and that twelve to run at the very end here's portland and got the one point lead there's two minutes left they're going to win it now the pelicans snatch that away and win the first two in portland.
"eka" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"The great toothed whales to follow a sharing similar diet but without the larger cranium size or the the evolves social behavior and this brings us to the leviathan right the leviathan i'm so excited about the leviathan so own attila fossil discovery story in and give you the setting so it was november two thousand eight and there were team of fossil hunters they were exploring the desert of the 'pisco eka area of peru and this is a part of a long strip of desert that runs north south along the western coast of south america west of the andes if you picture south america you've got the west coast and then there's usually desert region stretching to the mountains of the andes and then you've got you know more lush rainforest or other types of eka regions going east of the andes in the 'pisco eka region is south of the capital city of lima in peru but north of the nascar region which is known for its amazing ancient gio cliffs carved in the if you've never seen the nascar geoglyphys by the way you should look them up there great so there's a two thousand ten new york times article about this area in general and though the times focuses on one region in this desert known as the oak desert so you have to picture this apocalyptic dry dusty expanse often totally desolate very windy stretching to the west facing side of the andes in the winds here kick up dust devils and they steadily erode these old jagged rocks to get a sense of it from a local the times article quotes someone named yolanda gutierrez who's a worker who travels into this region to harvest seaweed from along the coast in the desert in gutierrez says quote this desert is horrible the only things a person sees our dirt and rocks and bones.
"eka" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"Uh and i want to say thank you daniel again i know i'm following you on facebook wing neither get you on twitter i need we need to do like a onetoone on twitter 'cause i know i never tweet it's just i don't know why would you can work it up i know i know i went gardening at home it i don't know if tunceli where way gardening okay what's your old or you know this is interesting so it so i understand people that guard and like that's how they decompress and they become one with nature what's your favorite uh uh do you guard you the regarding vegetables or flowers if i can read it what's the point okay so what so what's your big lego is it avocado i've got a hybrid avocado that now i think it's just i can't get it to go and my citrus they're not putting out it and they keep getting these this these is so i keep trying to go natural organic get out and might tomatoes uh for some reason i can't get tomatoes last couple years practice there's no beings slapped a handpollinating yajah sir all right so so those of you on social media anybody has tips on gardening tips were daniels so that he could grow these vegetables so that we get burt aig and eat at the dinner table please do so prequel reach out to find him on facebook eka fina's all right here on the hollywood social out of jail thank you for spending time with us here on the morning show we can't wait zia on sunday we'll get tickets you all right which i'll talk to you later all right by we're going to take a break here on the hollywood social lounge yeah we're looking for your comments we appreciate each and every one of you islet see we've got quite a few outlets let's all recipe says follow your dreams lifeinsurer always do something that gives you joy and that's exactly the real deal so.
"eka" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Deprived i won't even get started without um uh take care of your cells guys it's pretty scary out there i'll just leave you with this thought quickly in that i have been in the hospital quite a bit this last week and they're who there's so many people who are sick right now i mean this at least you know one of the hospitals in southern california at capacity so you're probably waiting in the ears for hours and hours and if you're listening to this and you're at the er i'm sorry but we're that facemask because it's true it really does help and if you're sixday home so speaking of the suit others from losing it i must say that i did their i'm mary i saw that out with flu i meant if you have the old year god that us curie disease heads of observers to the zoo virus choice all right the uh what is it la county health officials have announced they just confirmed the first case of drummer all please sexually transmitted zeke a virus and while in la county i am not happy about this this is actually really really bad news one thing on top of another no it really is zeqir by the way is unfortunate there's no cure for it right now there's no vaccine and it is basically spread mostly right by the bite of an infected mosquito right can be pass here's the biggest concern now this is why this is significant we said that it was you know sexually transmitted in this is an issue because eka can be passed from a pregnant woman to her fetus and that infection during pregnancy can cause certain birth defects like hydrocephalus when they have like a very large ad.
"eka" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Guess and instead of asking cumulus to buy or a new marker we says it's probably better of gene o sends one because it will get here faster and so we said gino in addition to the pencil centene eka marker that went away one at all or themed it ride nipped oil it might be a nine the word terry i remember a few years back to burn the forty nine it can't allow two games you know what the forty nine at one thing i cannot accused the two bit dum dum at oldie yeah and i mean no one minute drive me up the wall more than any up offside now i i agree with uh that that the rams have about way better team on paper than a point but every game moving close and there's a lot of college football game to be played a lot of football game to put everything could really premature right now and i you know they haven't been blown out of a stadium i don't like the word today i mean it the guy but they're there but now i third effective back is not the best guy in the world but hey leaked but what yeah but but dumb at aldi a third game penalty per 100 some yard that's a whole football gino there's no question i'd say the first index for the call as always great to hear from me a great to hear from gino d the the the biggest negative of the first four games of the kyle shanahan era is the penalties they are not a tightly no operating machine seen yesterday for a hundred thirteen yards and up i'm one of them brought back a touchdown a lot of it is focus and attention to detail and you want in a new coach to get that some of its fluky but some of it is focus and attention in a to other things i like i.