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Dakota Access Pipeline Must Shut Down, Judge Rules

WBBM Evening News

00:45 sec | 9 hrs ago

Dakota Access Pipeline Must Shut Down, Judge Rules

"A judge has ruled that the Dakota access Pipeline must be sure a judge has ordered the Dakota access pipeline shutdown for additional environmental review more than three years after it began pumping oil, the ruling ruling hands hands of of victory victory to to the the Standing Standing Rock Rock Sioux Sioux tribe, tribe, Phil Phil Flynn, Flynn, senior senior market market analyst analyst Price Price Group Group and and Fox Fox Business Business News News Contributor Contributor tells tells w w BB BB Em's Em's new new business business our our that that at at the the gas gas pump, pump, you're you're going going to to see prices start to go up modestly right away. I think that this pipeline feed some of the refineries. I don't think it's going to be Get one of these things were going to say, Oh my gosh, You know, I'm going to see prices go up 10 cents a gallon, maybe a penny or two. U. S. District Judge James Boasberg in Washington, D C writes that he was mindful of the disruption that shutting down the pipeline would cause but that it must be done within 30 days. Jennifer Kipper News Radio,

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Seattle Mariners Announce 60-Game Schedule For Shortened 2020 Season

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

01:06 min | 13 hrs ago

Seattle Mariners Announce 60-Game Schedule For Shortened 2020 Season

"League Baseball due out with its 60 game schedule some time this afternoon, we already know the Seattle Mariners will play clubs in the A L and NL West to avoid long road trips during the pandemic. With a three week summer camp. Many teams plan to use five or six man starting pitching rotations. The Mariners Justin Dunne says he'll be ready for whatever role that club has in mind. As long as my name's on the conversation, make the decision tough. At the end of the day for skipping Woody toe, either from my name and take my name out, but just do everything I can date and day out. Give the best audition possible. The EMS continue their workouts A T Mobile park, adhering to Corona virus guidelines with staggered workouts in the morning and afternoon wearing facemasks and not spitting an adjustment for first basement Evan White, the whole spinning thing. And you know, looking the fingers playing first base and I want to be able to have a grip on ball, where some dumb for my entire baseball life. So I'm something takes getting used to. And Cleveland manager Terry Francona pushing for that club to change its Indians nickname, Francona says the climate is right to move forward from a racially insensitive moniker.

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NBA reportedly to paint "Black Lives Matter" on courts

KYW 24 Hour News

01:07 min | 6 d ago

NBA reportedly to paint "Black Lives Matter" on courts

"Now in the N B, A hopefully resumes its season at the end of next month. The league and it's players union reportedly planned to use the courts to help promote social change. Hey, What about these, Dave? You Ram has this story ESPN and CNN or reporting the plan is to paint black lives matter on the court's being used in Disney World Pelicans Garden, Former 76 or J. J. Reddick alluded to the report Monday on ESPN realize there's more to it than just kneeling at the anthem. Or putting up the black power sign like we need really change in this country. We need actionable change. It sounds like players might also be allowed to put messages on their jerseys in place of their names to promote social change, rage and the anger. Israel and it's valid and it's warranted. And even though Reddick thinks resuming play can be a great platform, he respects anybody who decides to sit out. Whether it's for safety, health, family or social reform literally applaud them. I mean, seriously that the amount of courage it takes to do that is commendable. ESPN also said the WN BA is talking about painting black lives matter on the court for when they play em braiding to

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Siamese Revolution of 1932

This Day in History Class

04:27 min | Last week

Siamese Revolution of 1932

"The day. Was June twenty-fourth Nineteen thirty two? The Siamese political party rots Adine, or the People's Party overthrew the government of King Rama, the seventh, ending seven Hundred Years of absolute monarchy under the kings of Yom. The bloodless coup resulted in the introduction of democracy, the first constitution of Thailand. Since seventeen, eighty, two the kingdom. Or Modern Day Thailand have been ruled by the Chakri Dynasty beginning with Rama, the I who founded the capital city Bangkok. Throughout the nineteenth century, much of Southeast Asia was colonized by the British. French and Dutch crm was never subjected to colonial rule. But Rama the fifth who reigned from eighteen, sixty, eight to nineteen, ten, set out to modernize the kingdom. He introduced social and governmental reforms that were based on western models. The old ruling families rejected his reforms, but from the mid eighteen eighty s to the early nineteen hundreds. Rama, the fifth overhauled the administration established military conscription, abolished slavery and made other major changes in the country. The king was committed to modernisation. He was also committed to maintaining Thai traditions and independence. He instituted all these reforms under the guise that they would save from the threat of Western colonialism. Civilized to colonial powers than it would supposedly avoid Western invasion. Rama the Fifth Son and successor Rama the sixth also worked to modernize the M and welcomed the adoption of some European ideals. His reforms upset members of the aristocracy and nobility as well as groups of progressives and radicals. In nineteen twelve, a group of military officers conspired to overthrow the king, but the plot failed. There is debate over the main causes of the nineteen thirty two revolution, but the rise of western educated commoner elites who become dissatisfied with politics in CSM played a significant role in the event. Rama the seventh ascended the throne in nineteen, twenty, five, He created the Supreme Council of state made up of senior princes who had served in previous administrations. They quickly let go of commerce who had been appointed in the civil service and military. During Rama the seventh rule, returning Western educated students grew disillusioned with the status quo. In Nineteen, twenty, seven, a small group of military and civilian students gathered in periods with the. Founding Party to bring change to see 'em. This group of seven people call themselves the promoters and they decided to stage a coup to end absolute monarchy in the country. To achieve this goal, they formed the canal rot. Sedan or People's Party. The promoters worked on gathering supporters. Meanwhile seamless facing economic problems, the Great Depression made it to the country by nineteen thirty. The value of rice see'ums major export fell drastically land values also fell, so the government had to make a bunch of budget cuts. By nineteen, thirty two, the People's Party was made up of more than one hundred students, military officers and non-royal government officials. On the morning of June twenty-fourth, nineteen thirty two while the king was away from Bangkok. The People's party the coup. The promoters seized control of the army as well as post and telegraph offices, and they arrested royal officials who were part of the ruling group, armored vehicles and troops gathered at the Throne Hall in the Royal Plaza and one of the promoters read the narrow Sadan Manifesto, declaring the end of absolute monarchy and the establishment of a constitutional state. Rama the seventh was playing golf in the south of Seattle. When he got news of the coup, he agreed to the demands for a new constitutional system, and by December of that year he had promulgated a new Constitution A State Council and National Assembly established, but conflict between the CANARSIE DON and the king continued. A couple of years after the Revolution Rama the seventh left for England, and in nineteen, thirty five, he abdicated the throne, spending the rest of his life in England. Was a major turning point in history the next few decades we're still characterized by political unrest and roll by military governments.

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freeCodeCamp with Quincy Larson

Software Engineering Daily

04:28 min | 2 weeks ago

freeCodeCamp with Quincy Larson

"To make as well so let's first just talk about products surface area. Sure so free co camp is really three different core applications. There's the curriculum and. Portfolios? That's one of the pillars. And that is all custom code part. That's when we say the platform nationally what we're talking about we also have. A free co Camp Dot Org Slash News, which is our publication and published several articles today they're often in-depth explanatory journalism about technology. Then we have the free forum, and that's the third pillar of Free Co camp now. All three of those run on separate servers, the free cocaine forum is powered by discourse, which is a really cool self hosted open source form tool created by the founder of flow. Jeff Atwood in his. And that's very well maintained, and you can get your own discourse running really easily if you want to. You can just deploy to the cloud, and it'll live on its own server in docker container, and there you go. Same thing with free. Co Camp Dot org slash news that is running on ghost, which is another self hosted open source project that just released version three of their tool, and it's like wordpress, but it doesn't have a lot of the baggage that comes with wordpress. wordpress is excellent. But it does have some vulnerabilities in it does have. A very complicated plugin system in wordpress is trying to do a lot of things whereas ghost is just trying to be. A publication tool. So we have maybe. Seven thousand articles on. Free Co powder slash news at this point and we have. Hundreds of thousands of posts on free cochem dot org slash. So those are those who now if you want, I can drill into what powers the frequent camp platform the core curriculum. Please do yeah, so we are running. React on the front end. We're running known. As the back end were running a tool called loop. which is. An API tool. It essentially turns your rap into an API where all the routes. Can, confess chase on as well they shemale. It's something that's already baked into tools like ruby on rails like with ron rails. You take any euro. You could just put dot Jason at the end of it and get a Jason Representation of that of the data in that route so. Does a lot of that stuff. We ease Mogadishu for database and we have managed cluster. On 'em lab and we're working on moving that over to Mugabe's new atlas tool. Atlas. 'EM! Lab was acquired by Manga to be recently, so they're kind of sunsetting 'em lab. I think so. We're in the process of moving everything over. To have a big sharded system because we have a lot of data. We've got millions of records, and each of those records has these of challenge completions. And a whole lot of other data that they've added to their portfolio and the portfolios themselves were working on growing them, and making them a lot richer in terms of just having a lot more data like you can submit a whole different projects you've built from. Outside of the Free Co curriculum as well if you built your own. Jobs script game for example you could submit that and turn that into a kind of like a Lincoln light four developers, so we're working on that the platform itself in terms of the curriculum. Is. A gatsby APP and you hit that. Euro Free Co Camp Dot org slash learn and the entire curriculum loads. And it stays in your browser. It. Of Challenges, and then when you complete challenges, it will post those to the server, and if you disconnect from the server for some reason, you can keep completing challenges than when you reconnected a push that back up to free Co camp servers, so we're very close to having be fully offline. Functional APP like a progressive

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Chainlink The Mover

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

06:49 min | 2 weeks ago

Chainlink The Mover

"The good news is well. Not a great deal on good news, a not not a great deals actually occurred across the markets of light. Today. We've actually got a little bit of take in what's going on with Bitcoin and the rest of the market. We'll talk you through a couple of things. I'm saying right now. There's not a great deal within that. Top Ten buffet looking at Bitcoin now look the whole week last week. As today is Monday. Obviously, the entire wake ended up closing down half of one percent. Now that's not much. Not much at all and the entire range, and he he's what's interesting. The fact that it close down half a percent. Look that he's a little bit interesting on expose, but it's more about the entire range of that candle that the range of that entire candle. Let me tell you what that is. It is from it's hard to. It's low, roughly calculated their. Seven point three six percent. Very little indeed now. You think that's still sounds like a lot and I. I suppose the IT sounds like a lot, but you know you go back to the wake. Starting was early June first of. That was a twelve percent week. Yeah, we'll look at last week. Even last week was a little bit big. Not a great deal bigger eleven percent there as well. You can't okay going. Back to the end of my, we had thirteen percent week and we've the wakes that we see. Also of between usually ten and twenty percent realistically, that's what we that's what we see. The vilatility has dried up for the Hong Bang on Bitcoin. Now yesterday we closed down point seven five a percent today without point nine does not a great deal going on he in this market for the time they were one thousand, three hundred and. Seventy took a kite. So north thousand three, hundred, seventy two. Bitcoin right now now the positive is is holding its ground. It's holding above nine thousand, having too many issues holding of thousand and it's grinding. You know it's just hanging in there. That's a positive thing it. It doesn't site too much full whether we can your high or law at this stage the weekly. Look it's back in. That cradles I. Know It's looking a definitely. Definitely more bullish and bearish on the weekly timeframe, and I'm looking at as I speak to you, but it's a little bit more convincing for me to to really say this market take often do well a theorems that are pretty good diet cost talk tense up the most two point, five percent up two hundred, thirty three dollars, or seventeen sense now theory and loss. Really Nice quickly Cana. By the way, it's a really really really really trendy so theory and looked a lot stronger to me than what Bitcoin does for. The Time Bang lost weight down one point six seven percent not huge cannon NAS pullback. Cradles looking very very good. It's a two thirty three is up two point five six percent eighteen point seven percent off point, one of the percent rotten lost weight once guy. It was down down two point. Two five percent excel pays actually looking bearish It's looking bearish to me. It has been for quite some taller rolling over at the moment on that weekly timeframe, but again we need to say when eighty see above twenty cents again to get that momentum. Moving would be a really really powerful thing, not much going on for up. Hey, right now, bitcoin cash to sent up right now at two thirty seven fives, interesting bitcoin cash Theory by very similarly similarly similar I can't talk. Signed Price. It's up Senate to thirty, four, seventy five lost weight, just talk to the weekly a dying. We would down three percent on the best up one point three four percents tonight, one, seventy, two, seventy, five, a bright down through some support loss weight loss weeks down full point ignored percent. It's holding below that that level that one seven six a couple of support resistance levels around here. Look don't really shot that I'm looking for opportunities on right now. Because I just don't see the trend banks strong enough the daily nineties down, but it's not strong, still very solid, wise lot, coin, solid, wise one point to set up at forty three dollars and fifty cents. Does that represent good value Guy Looking very similar to that of exile they were. We don't have that strong trend like we do with say ethereal on the fifty three cents up exactly one percent and loss week it was down, but only down to him again, just grinding at going their bonnets very slow wake as well it was down three point six two percent, the sixteen dollars and sixteen cents up one point three percent when I say how. The since the purchase of see 'EM, say bond hasn't really done a great deal. Positive for itself as far as price goes The market doesn't seem to be doing much on bonaventure at the moment Kadhafi up two percent right now still in that strong uptrend. The weekly yet it closed up up two point two percent weekly Chat, looking very very strong dial job still hanging in that not much going on at seven point, nine cents does up two percent, a theory classic, very very slow wake a guide as I'm sure you probably will away down one point six percent sitting at six dollars twenty four. Point seven percent today again. It's a very very slow shot tron. One point five nine cents last week. It deploys down Anita. Percent Died. My view right now, is it? A theory is the best looking shot out of our top ten right now. That weekly chart is really really daily I WANNA. See it captures some mole momentum. WanNa see the high timeframe start start the mid timeframe trend a little bit better. We've got high alone a high a high now on a theory. If you WANNA have look five shot at there at the moment, we'll tell you what it is. It's It's lot co also blocking. It's China link. Child Link Perpetual, so that's a futures contract. They're gonNA have a look at that on earth ticks shot beautiful, little breakout this morning waiting for pull bikes that really nice looking trend there on that four hour the dailies now going to self in an option, and it looks really really good for move. If I look at the weekly as well it's was bullish Cadillac six percent last week. Bullish candle in the criminals are in broken hot today, a runic look set for a very strong mode, so my view. Ma Positioning right now to be watching link very very closely

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After Long Lines, Washington DC Adding More Walk Up Coronavirus Testing Sites Where Anyone Can Get Tested

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 3 weeks ago

After Long Lines, Washington DC Adding More Walk Up Coronavirus Testing Sites Where Anyone Can Get Tested

"Starting today DEC is expanding its free covert nineteen testing sites for fire houses will now be open Mondays through Saturdays the fire house testing sites or walk up no appointment is needed the testing of these sites is done by personnel from the DC fire and EMS public health lab and the department of health for more specifics on DEC testing sites and sites across the region check WTOP dot com

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Andy Bettles coach of World Number 5 Elina Svitolina

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

05:29 min | 3 weeks ago

Andy Bettles coach of World Number 5 Elina Svitolina

"How everybody and welcome to another episode of passing shot meets where we are joined by Andy. Battles catch of world number five Alina still, Lena. Andy Welcome to the show, it's a real pleasure to have you on. I've gotTA confess. This is the first ever policy shop meets. We've done with top coach liked yourself, so we're of course really looking forward to it looking forward to learning a bit more about. Toward Life on the WTO and teams Italy as well, but of course before we get into all of that. How has lockdown down? Life been treating you? Have you been able to get back onto attended school? Being out. Of being really been outside tennis Tennessee. Because on a member of a club, so. allowing guests, whoever and every single call where I live. In South West under so fully booked to the movement. When again now that I'm still yet to Have you not a wall next to where you live that you can just kind of play against. The backdrop for something well could do that. For Longer. It no more times. It'd be great to see so many people out on the lake or court spur. We normally see that like post. We're mood and date with the boom. Yeah I guess it's because of the current situation, but I think I'm from Tamara. The rules are relaxing, even more say. I guess that we even more people wanting to get out and about. Let's let's. Begin and you're actually the first coach we've had on on the show. You said welcome and thank you very much for aching the time to come on. Of, course we know you as Alina. Salinas coach. I'm sure of our listeners will be aware of that as well, but let's kind of go back to the beginning. And if you could just tell us a bit about how you how you go into tennis. When when did you start playing it yourself? IOS I was really young when I started alike can say three or four. When I started picking up a Racquet, my mum was always big tennis fan. We Live Right next Leo club down some actually. And I had older brother copiers over the May who started playing tennis. Mutt done some groups whoever and I just want to join followed on. So I started plan from really young age, and then kept at, it turned out to be pretty good end up going to reach school to kind of focus on the tennis from eleven to sixteen. The moved to the National Center to then a after in America so. Quiet too long tennis journey. Where are you based in America? Smooth Boise Boise State University. One by the. University about it yet a great time dire played professionally low bell to that. That's always one of the things I'm kind of jealous about when you get the players going off to do. Scholarships and the tennis in America. Jealous, of not to mention everything else, but. At what point did you move into like coaching? When did you kind of make that decision? And how was it kind of a natural decision to make quite fraught Eva Choice? Can finished a fishing vessels are twenty. One always wanted to give it go the Proto. Get out fatty quickly. That I wasn't quite good enough. Bay I definitely didn't have the money to. Keep traveling around and doing it so i. Guess I never. It was never like a big thing in Gaul. Really WanNa go into coaching whatever? kind of luckily. Fell into a job of 'em sparring partner. With. ANWR Ivanovich can stray off. Finish planned NACHO. Says was head coach of the time, and he asked me to be his sparring partner. So of course I'm yet great. I'll do that and then from there. When I was kind of inside that wild spending time with my job learning from him I kind of. Found, my appetite for coach, it and You felt like you were saying that one student forward and was quite a natural transition from lie, hitting partner to catching of develop more responsibilities as you found your found your feet on the on the tool. Yeah I kind of moved into it fairly. Slowly because I was with Nigel to stop with Anna for lucky. At the beginning, I didn't really speak much and always just hits Dimona into fake involved, and then the the long way together hid to a few weeks. Swear so there'll be a few weeks. He wasn't that Abi on my own and can unnaturally saw no given a few. That and then not just progressed, and when I start to Molina, same thing I was kind of sparring Jonah. Move to assistant coach could have yet graduate progressions. House never felt across thriving in the deep end. The big differences been sparring partner does not pressure, say anything or results is much Wa with the coach, and it definitely definitely feel about that more.

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Voices from the Holocaust: Leon Bass

Making Gay History

06:32 min | 3 weeks ago

Voices from the Holocaust: Leon Bass

"We went to why. Mine SET UP Area and then. When immediately with an officer. About five of US WE WIN Intelligence Reconnaissance Section of our unit and we went right to Putin. And that the day that I was to discover. What had really been going on. In Europe under the Nazis. Because I walk through the gates. And I saw. Walking dead people. Seriously walking did. And just looking at these people who were skin and bone. and. Dressed in those Pajama type uniforms hits, clean, shaved. Feel with source. Malnutrition. And here they were coming towards us. Making, all kinds of Statements than using their own language and it was very difficult for me to comprehend. What was going on? I just looked at this amazement. and. said to myself Oh. My God, you know who these people. What they done. What was their crime? You know it's hard for me to try to. Understand why anybody could have been treated this way I don't care what they had done. And I didn't have any way of thinking putting a handle on it. No frame of Reference I was only twenty. So this young man who spoke English. Explain to us the composition. Of this place that these people were Jews and Gypsies. They were. Trade Unionists Communists and homosexuals and togas witnesses. There are some Catholics. There was some the head been some. Mental defective, but they will gone. What's the litany of groups names of groups saying that these people had been incarcerated here because they. If I could use the term before they weren't good enough. And they have been put here for one purpose and that was to be worked until they. Died starved until they've done. I walked around to camp. I went to a barry. I opened the door. I wanted to go in, but the stench came out. And there's no way in the world I was going to get through that overpowering order. So I just stood there and I looked down on the bottom bunk right near the door and it was a man there. He was skin and bone. He was on. Someone like a Palette of dirty. Filthy rags. And he just could barely turn his head. And look up at me and I. I looked into his face into that skeletal face with those deep set eyes would. I can't forget. But he. He said nothing I said nothing to him. Were part of an intelligence team in your outfit. There was an officer. Had the officer been briefed. Had the intelligence team been told anything? I can't speak for the officers. We didn't communicate that well I'll be very frank with you so if they knew I didn't know so. It was complete. Absolute shock surprise when when you got totent-. Totally. Had I've been told I doubt if I had in my mind's eye envisioned. Anything is horrible. That's what I saw. Terms like Auschwitz and Bergen Belsen Madonna and places like that. Not We're not known to you. I had no idea that those places existed. Later, Much later I begin to hear of names of places. And realize that there was more than just can ball. That many many many. Buchen balls different names all over Europe. Russia. That's what boggles the mind to think. That's a group in society can organize and do it in a systematic way such. A program. To remove from the world, a whole group of people. And? Any others that didn't see they didn't think were worthy. And it just. To me, that was just a little bit much. I couldn't put a handle on that, but I saw what I saw. In the camp. But the. Place where they tortured people bloodstains all around and the instruments of torture their. The building where they had all parts of the human anatomy. Stored as a result of their experience. Really labeled and put in jars. And I saw the. Bodies all around. So, the closing of little children but I never saw any children in that game. I saw the clothing. Piled up. Deep Piles. Had all the German military left, and all the guards left. Those got away. I think maybe a few might have been captured. I did see one man. He was being beaten by the inmates. They wanted us to come and join 'em. Of course we didn't but. Was My understanding that the death. I'm not sitting in judgment. Because I didn't walk into issues. I imagine my voice should have been raised and say no. That's not the way but. I regret to this day that I didn't. I went into that crematorium. Ovens. Six! I looked into one. I saw that the remains there. The ashes the bones. Well. This summer said that they took the ashes sometimes and use it as fertilizer. Can you imagine that? To use. The ashes of human beings for fertilizer on fields to grow some crops that you would need. To promote the war effort. I. You know I saw all of these things probably more than I can't remember. I came out of this sick to the stomach. And I went to the tweet. And we all went back to camp on the board of trucks in silence. Nobody said anything.

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Hormones in Lockdown

The Emma Guns Show

04:51 min | 3 weeks ago

Hormones in Lockdown

"Delight to have talked to Elaine the back on the side now elaine hard. nicey cranky. Is Nice to have you hit, so you all just you into context? Even though I'm sure many listeners will remember you fondly from a previous episode, you are a doctor, a functional medicine and a bio identical Komen specialists as an ex NHL doctor. You are joining me because we all currently at the time of according. To and a bit months into lock down here in the UK. That's why it is yeah. It's the day the MO- moving into an online. Yeah number that may expected unguessed. And I noticed a few weeks ago. Amongst many friends, a feeling of Real Block and lots of people feeling out of sorts I'm sorry that there isn't a word to describe it. I'm just going to get that freshen hopefully. Appropriate definitely feeling out of sorts, and and you would imagine it would be to be expected, but then I started to wonder about hormones. Which is why I called you. I wondered whether. The sudden change in lifestyle of having to go into lockdown. Could actually be impacting our hormones and therefore affecting our mood affecting how we feel. and. Could it be? It certainly cake. Yeah, I! MEAN WE'RE! We're in a really stressful period. That sort of. Mass external stress that's going on as well as sort of. The stresses that are. End. The toke before by whatever's going on in the word is A. Big External stress is going on and on the other people are having a big change in their lifestyle or whom? The two types of people that I'm seeing the people who are at home on the road. Who are really honestly I'm in itself. Massive strikes the lack of content than the help. They the other people here. Or tied up at home with families. They probably aren't spending so much time with which is creating a lot of stress from. The underlying people constantly an index change of energy, and not really having an escape or usual and business, work and jam. Whatever it is that we can do to hit those stress or just set up time to enjoy ourselves so. So there's. Not Pressure really say we're being fed of external stress from the news from the media. Always, there's a lot of uncertainty to one on. We don't know what hotline. Has a massive impact on your hormones to the bodies produce no-load Cortisol whether we realize it or not, you know among people who, in feeding at what you wealthy and. Will be on Cortisol. Dot Hostage. And took a cop or the female hormone so the what he produces auditoriums from 'em classroom. They will join T. pathways to the cortisol properly separate from the hormone pathway I on if you're under distress was expanded my patient loss. Boy Has the fighter flight moved. And if you're in the fighter, flight, major bodies and a half to compensate for your digestive system, your or your sex hormones, your thyroid oil going to be affected, so you're only husky sort of. Going to. Just take to use up the resource. So Producing Cortisol and why not? Tomlin your female hormones are being affected your progesterone drops, which something quoted gesturing statement, so it can affect your hormones balanced. And Cortisol also depresses your thyroid function cook to accommodate about more sluggish and weights. And at affects your insulin. Your function of your pine clear A to ship sugar metabolisms with more craving sugar, which again put the hormones out of balance, so there's things going on internally. That are affecting. The waiver faded and. The and The humble West alleviate the stress away nearly doing things, exercise and her friends. and. The usual to an mechanisms that we have and People are quoting the leap and endless fear. Thing I think people are beginning to come out of it. Am well happen. Is Your team will especially for somebody like and people? We talked last minute podcast. Peak were already sort of. Semi hormone imbalance menopause. Apparently, menopause is going to knock might add further. People who are sort of not vh on appropriate so symptoms people who are stressed into Miss Periods Anyanwu three periods where. They're hormone balance at the MS. gets worse things like that, so it has go amount for strengths as massive quotas on those must have been system.

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Prisma: Modern Database Tooling with Johannes Schickling

Software Engineering Daily

20:28 min | Last month

Prisma: Modern Database Tooling with Johannes Schickling

"Honest welcome back to the show. It's great to be back under so thanks so much for having me. Of course you run. PRISMA and PRISMA is involved in workflows for accessing data. Can you describe the AP? Is that sit between the front and the back end database layer, and where PRISMA fits in sure so I think that's a pretty complex questions. It's always. Always depends on what your application architecture looks like, and there's so many angles to take does feed for example, take a more mortar jam, stag texture, or if you take a micro services architecture, the onset is always depends. What's always the same as if you build application that requires state of assistance? Then chances are you're using database and how PRISMA fits into. Is that it tries to help application developers built applications more easily was working with the databases so typically that means you're using a part of PRISMA. What's called the prisoner client that sits typically in your application server? That's typically an API server and talks to your database. Typically, this part of the stack is known as an or layer or data access layer. PRESI-, in particular is not an Orem can talk about that separately. The pretty nuanced topic, but prison up to. The main function is to serve to access state. I'm more easily in your application language. Can you talk about that in more detail? Like? Why would I need a additional layer of access I? Mean I think in general? I if I'm sitting on the front end and I want to access the database I m hitting some service that services talking to a database and the service is requesting the data from the database. Why do I need prisma to help out with that database access so this setup just to recap one more time, so you have your fronton application. Let's say you have reactive of you up on the other end. You have database. Let's say you have a more traditional postures, my sequel database, but would also apply to same for more modern. Modern Dynamo DB etc, and then typically have this middle tier that's let's say an API server, and where you would use prisma for is just having an easier time building your API server in order to talk to the database, so let's say you're using pastas. The most barebones thing you could do is implementing your Api Server and just writing implementing your points, or let's say rebuilding a graph gals over implementing overs, and then just talking directly to the database by writing raw sequel. Curry's and that works, but that comes also was some problems. Problems typically in terms of productivity, and does not quite abstraction level that you want as an application developer to be productive and confident in what you're writing the same way as fronton applications are built through abstraction layers. Let's say react angular view. It's the same on the back end that you also want more application at U. Matic obstruction layer for away you talking to the database, and historically there's been many forms of the most common one is in Orem, and they're on more modern ways of how you build a better abstraction on top. Top of fear database for data access, and that's a pattern that implementing was prisma that to be referred to as careerbuilder. Can you explain in more detail? What is the difference between a query builder and an OEM right? So that comes down to the way how you're thinking about these application patterns, an Orem stands for object, relational knepper, and the idea behind an orum is mapping a typically a database table to a class in typically object oriented programming language, and this is a pretty intuitive model and is widely used in tons of. The most prominent one of be being active record as part of friggin rails, but there tons of other ones as well and the Java world. There's hibernate and the idea there you have tons of tables in your database, and you want to map that somehow and Julia programming language and your programming language. You're typically working with classes as opposed to a career rebuilder with looks more like sequel way, but maps you sequel statements into statements in your programme language and the difference really come down to how much flexibility and control you need, but they're tons of downsides of or and that as Good more widely used became more and more well known, so there's a great block posed called the Vietnam of computer science, which is all about or ems and the problems behind orum's most importantly one thing called the object relational impedance mismatch. Talks about the problems of mapping databases database tables to objects where he's just a big amount of oven, impedance mismatch, and the way around that is that you should think about the craziest that you're writing a database instead of obsessing too much about the classes and objects, and your curry should really determine the shape of the data. You're getting back in the same way as the British striking analogy to how gruff LDL's was the sort of pattern where draft, but L. is all about the quarry writing that you need in your components, and it's a pretty similar pattern that you're now applying the way how you do. They access on the back end. If I was to set up PRISMA for Miami application. What would the life of a query look like and the structure of a query look like? So what you'd be using concretely, there is prisoner. Database took. And what you would use to career database is a part of prisma called the PRISMA Klein's. The prisoner client is basically just a Java script library that you installed installed from NPR. And you're. Writing that query ones in your coat. One great advantage is that it's fully type safe by leveraging type script, so you're writing that query and then strode run times when your application is deployed. That code gets invokes that under the hood generates a database dependent query, typically a sequel query, but as we were supporting of databases, swell could generate dynamo queries, Atra, and these queries are centered underlying database, and the data's returned, and then returned injury application code. Got It and. What the difference between using PRISMA AND USING GRAPH KUNAL! So, it's a really two fundamentally different technologies for different use cases I. think a good way to think about is where into application stack. These technology said so graphic. L. is typically used for fronton applications to talk back end up locations whereas prisoners specifically the prison. My client is used for typically your backup location to talk to your database so analogous in this way, but typically the different layers of the stack. However, it always depends was newer approaches like the jam stack your friends and education can statically directly talk to

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Try to Help Local Growers During Pandemic

Your Gardening Questions

02:33 min | Last month

Try to Help Local Growers During Pandemic

"Know that during these. Pandemic Times, but it's been hard on a lot of businesses, but especially Oh, especially, the local mom and pop type businesses out there and when it comes to the garden centers. If, you're going to go out and buy your annuals or buy something like that they might be. The wants to go to I. Well I would agree mark now I the bigger growers in and Cetera I'm going to allow to handle themselves, but on on the specialty places smaller. Well they're. They're beyond mom and pop by all means, but at the same time they're. They're smaller growers. I have heard the amount of the gas bill per November December January February March It's thousands of dollars a month to heat the greenhouses in which they're growing the annuals that we're either have planet or ready to plant. They have hundreds and hundreds of hanging baskets in the top of these greenhouses They've built them they. They had the basket itself. They have the soil. They have the flowers in 'em. Then they hang them and drop water tubes down in them for watering purposes, they again a significant investment in each and every one of these things and. Right now I think there probably is some overstocking and I well I have my personal preferences in terms of where to buy flowers, but at the same time I would rather go to somebody that has put things in a bigger basket. That will stay well. Let's just say with being cramped routes longer into the season. they they build in much more color and interest in character into the plants, some hanging some right etc. I I'm just going to recommend strongly the where I. Do not have any details and I'm not sure WANNA. Know Me know. I would I would like to suggest that these growers may have some overstock. They may have some deals for your even if they can just turn their cost over, they will have maybe one in this pan-demic, because this this market shutdown, all of which is critically necessary. Happened right when they should be coming into strong growth, having finished crops ready, and so on so If you never bought a flower before or hanging basket, do it now and consider your local grower.

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Shared Plates: How Eating Together Makes Us Human

Gastropod

05:15 min | Last month

Shared Plates: How Eating Together Makes Us Human

"Well? We know that eating together connect people and we. We know that that has been to forever. L. At Fischbach is professor of Behavioral Science and Marketing at the University of Chicago and she's been studying different ways in which eating together affects us as we're doing it. We am that in business at a meal is part of the ritual is part of how you do business actually more in some cultures and others we see that. In order to start partnership in order to reach agreement. Food is volved often. We get together to to Sharon meal. We connect to other people so a meal. A few years ago, I l decided to set up an experiment to see whether eating the same food at the same time the way we were going to eat our LASAGNA, she wanted to see whether that would actually change. Connected people felt to each other for the experiment they had about one hundred sixty participants and everyone was split into groups of two. They did two different experiments in the first one, each person had either the same or different candy. The options were butter. Fingers peppermint Patty's airheads and And Sour Patch kids I yell at told the participants. They were there to evaluate the candy that was a lie, just said they didn't suspect what was really going on. And then after each pair eight, their sugary treats. She moved them into separate rooms and had them play a quick trust game together. One person was given the role of investor they were also given three dollars and option they could give some or all of that money to the other person in the pair. That person was playing a fund manager. One thing the investor knew that whatever they gave to the fund manager would be doubled. What they didn't know is whether they're good. Old Candy Partner turned fund manager would choose to give some, or even any of that money back remember. They were in separate rooms and they couldn't talk to each other. That fund manager could keep all six bucks than the first person would end up losing everything. Or they could give money back to the investor Douay both end up with something so this test. How much the investor trusts this new person they're partnering with. Eating the same or different candy effects that trust that people who had the same food I gave almost double of the mining case those who were eating similar foods on every day gave about the dilemma in half to their partner, hoping that the park now will reciprocate. Though Zoo, a similar foods that jumped to almost two and a half stone also support a substantial effect, so yeah, eating the same candy together at the same time seems to have made these strangers trust each other enough to risk giving more money for her next experiment I. Yell at wanted to test whether eating the same thing also made people able to work together better, so she gave partners either a salty snack or pretzels or a sweet snack of 'em's. 'EM's some pears had the same snacks. Some had different ones again. She told them they were evaluating the snack, but afterwards she gave them a quick roleplaying game where one was the manager on one was the Labour leader, and they needed to end a strike, those who had that same food to sway, and a half rounds of negotiations to which in agreement and those that had this similar foods to can more than seven months of negotiations, so negotiations was. Twice as long so this is intriguing. It looks like let's experiments show that if people are eating the same thing, they've trust each other more, and they work together more effectively, but does the link between the two people have to be food, or would you see the same effect if they have something else in common Let another experiment to test exactly that she had people look at two different photos each showing a different model, the models in the photos were the same gender raise even. Even had the same hair color in some of the pairs of photos, the models also wore the same color shirts and other pairs of photos. The models were eating the same food, and then I'll at asked the participants in the study to judge how similar the people in the to photo seemed gay, so you Edo see pictures of people that are dress kind of the same or eating similar foods and people in fail for this pictures that the people with similar foods are probably fines. They don't do that for people dressed in a similar way. They don't use the cues in the same way as what if I? See you eating the foot that I'm meeting I think that Oh are we have something in common we can connect. Your will probably like me. I already like you, so sharing food clearly has a significant impact on how we relate to other people i. mean the same color shirt didn't have the same effect as eating the same food, so there's obviously something unique and powerful about food, but why at least? Know in our modern society. It's a bit of leftover late. It's there. Incidentally. It's not I shouldn't care about what you eat. It's not actually a great cue that we would get along at is kind of left over from the times when people will chewy connecting over foot consumption more than anything

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Washington DC - Swimmer presumed drowned in Potomac, authorities say

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | Last month

Washington DC - Swimmer presumed drowned in Potomac, authorities say

"A search of the Potomac River has been following the disappearance of a swimmer Montgomery County fire and rescue and U. S. park police were searching the river near the Billy goat trail in sandy landing EMS spokesperson Pete Piringer says it will is presumed to drowning and U. S. park police are investigating the circumstances a young adult I was ever on the Virginia shoreline south of the Great Falls but near the sandy landing area and jumped into the water several of his friends all went in to assist him on fortunately there were unable to do that he went under the water and just never repaired the search is set to resume later

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Fire breaks out near Washington, D.C. hotel on second night of Justice for George Floyd Protests

Mortgage Radio

00:19 sec | Last month

Fire breaks out near Washington, D.C. hotel on second night of Justice for George Floyd Protests

"Early this morning DC fire and EMS reported that a multi story scaffolding caught fire in an alley near the haze out of motel is located right across from Lafayette square DC fire reported that the fire didn't reach the historic hotel and no word yet on whether or not that blaze was protest related or not

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Firefighters tackle flames near Hay-Adams hotel during overnight protests in Washington

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | Last month

Firefighters tackle flames near Hay-Adams hotel during overnight protests in Washington

"The unrest spreading to a DC hotel an iconic one WTOP's team coverage of the protests continues Valerie bonk as protesters marched through the streets flames could be seen shortly before midnight near the hay Adams hotel DC fire and EMS spokesman Vito modulo when we arrived what we found is a several story high scaffolding as part of a construction site along with the trash chute that they use a dump but the breed Ballard from the upper floors he said a wooden section of the scaffolding was entirely engulfed in flames but that they were able to control it fairly quickly there was no fire extension into the hay Adams whatsoever that revoked WTOP

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Gold

PODSHIP EARTH

07:07 min | Last month

Gold

"Standing above the angle. Bright Damn A army corps US Army Corps of Engineers Dam on the main stem of the river. Where is that though in Nevada county? We're about halfway between Tahoe. And Sacramento. A little north of that would not actually in Nevada. Nope we're in the state of California and we are standing right between Nevada County and Yuba County and we're standing on the beautiful Yuba River which flows down to the feather. And then the Sacramento from there down into the San Francisco Bay in the ocean. So you were a county board of Supervisors member when you first came here. Tell us about your first experience with this. Damn down a few different times over my life had been here my whole life. It was built and commissioned in nineteen forty seven by the Army Corps of Engineers so that people could resume hydraulic mining blocks hundreds of miles of potential fish passage for fish. Come from the ocean and go up into the high sierra to lay their eggs so when I first came to the damn understanding that the state of California had targeted this spot em federal government as maybe the best place to restore passage at the very first meeting we went to the. Us Geological Survey stood up and said you can't do anything to that. Damn until you look at the material behind it is holding back a whole bunch of mercury and that was the very first time I had ever heard anything about mercury and the state of California and its role in the goal rush. Or how long have you lived in this part of the world? My family came to California as part of the Gold Rush. We were quakers. Escaping the east coast. Ten violent religious oppression moved out to become farmers I was raised in Concord California on that form and in one thousand nine hundred five. I married a farmer and we moved to Nevada county beautiful organic farm in a place called Penn Valley. Tell us about this county and just its history and the gold rush because it is a lot of history here. Nevada county was ground zero of the California Gold Rush. Far More gold was taken out of this county and specifically this river that we're standing above than any other place in the state of California. It's where the very destructive technique called hydraulic mining which is using power water monitors to to scrub mountainside. Looking for gold is where that was invented. They started to dam the rivers and convey that water over to these huge hydraulic mining activities. Which were recovering thousands of of gold but millions of tons of sediment not material here from Nevada county rolled down the river and kept flooding the Sacramento Valley and eventually the farmers downstream who are really tired of having their houses filled with all this debris sued and stopped the activity known as hydraulic mining. Was the connection between Mercury and gold. Tell us how that process works. Everybody came to understand that the very dramatic impact of hydraulic mining because it was blowing these huge amounts of sediment down the river. But people didn't understand. Was that before they use. Those hydraulic monitors. They would treat the cliffs with Mercury Mercury on the cliff. Pound the cliffs with water the water to wash down into sluices and in those sluice boxes were also filled with mercury. Why did they use mercury keep? Mercury helped enhance called processing. It has a unique ability to amalgamate or hold the gold. So little tiny flecks of gold. That might be smaller than an eyelash would fall into the pan. But they're just wash out unless they were captured by mercury. Mercury would grab the gold. Make it heavy fall to the bottom of the sluice. When they turn the water off. Miners would come through and suck that mercury out of the bottom of the sluice they would take the mercury put it in a hot place they would call retort it like think of a hot iron frying pan and the mercury sort of melting off the top or or training into gas off the top and at the bottom of your pan. You'd have sparkling gold. The problem is curious. Mercury is a very dangerous neuro toxin. And it's dangerous in a variety of ways so badly that the United Nations World Health Organization Amnesty of California have both named it. The top bioaccumulative toxic material of concern. Mercury is a neuro toxin. It affects the developmental human being so our ability to deform our nerves are heart or lungs. Our brains it creates Serious birth defects and people have focused on that for many many years but as research has been done we learn that it continues to damage us as adults. It seems to be causing problems with our hearts with our lungs and with our various different organs which accumulate mercury. So it's a known neuro toxin and that's strike one against it strike to is it bioaccumulates in our body. It doesn't really easily leave our bodies many of the things we take in. Let's take alcohol. You drink it and two days later. It's all out of your body not so with Mercury it stores itself in your body and builds up over time strike. Three is that this material does. What's called bio magnifies in the environment? So the most dangerous place for a piece of mercury to be is in water particularly in warm water. Mercury is taken up by the little bugs at the bottom of the food chain. They eat a little bit of it. It transfers up to the bigger bugs and then the bigger bugs and then the fish and then the humans or as we watch here today. The waterbirds that are flying around might pick up. Officiant eat it. They are eating a highly toxic potent load of mercury so much so that the lake. We're looking here like Anglo. Bright has fish advisories on it that advice that a woman of childbearing age eat not a single bass out of this lake fish mornings. I run along this Anchorman River. There will along the Sacramento. And then you go down to San Francisco Bay. The same warnings that so it's in fact the entire ecosystem. The mercury that is in the Delta is entirely from these legacy minds in the areas. We are the gold mines and sadly for California. We had a unique geology which led us have mercury in our state as well. The coastal range has the mercury minds. Whether it's the ones down in San Jose or the ones Tamales Bay or up over on the clear lake there are serious old legacy mercury minds which are contaminating the coastal range and the tributaries that drain from there into the bay or into the ocean where we are everywhere. There was gold mining. They use this mercury not only for the the hydraulic mining but also for the hard rock mines which dominated the landscapes for one hundred years and all of those continue to leak mercury into the state of California water bodies every time it rains

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Gold

PODSHIP EARTH

06:09 min | Last month

Gold

"Since one thousand nine hundred sixty. California has officially been known as the Golden State. And that's because as the plaque reads California's development and remarkable prosperity began with the discovery of gold humanities. Love of gold is fairly bizarre of all the hundred and eighteen elements in the periodic table. Gold is the only one which we humans have always gravitated towards gold was used earliest currencies. Gold joined us in marriage and was used to produce most precious artifacts. Maybe the secret to our love of gold is simply that it's beautiful and never tarnishes in eighteen. Fifty-three my father's great grandfather Henry. Cohn traveled from a tiny stelle. In what is now Poland to Hamburg where he boarded a boat and six months later. After walking across the isthmus of Panama Henry ended up in San Francisco. Henry Cohn was part of the Goldrush the largest mass migration in American history bringing about three hundred thousand people to California. It all started in eighteen. Forty eight when James Marshall found gold in his piece of land at Sada's mill in Coloma. The News of gold quickly spread around the world. At first the gold could be picked up from the ground but later on it was recovered from the streams and rivers with the use of panned. The gold rush peaked in eighteen fifty. Two and after that the Gold Rassoul getting thinner and harder to reach soon largescale and more environmentally damaging methods of traction cold hydraulic mining were employed. One hundred and seventy years later on the environmental legacy of the gold rush a significant and yet acknowledged as we'll discover in today's episode mercury which is a deadly neurotoxin was elemental to the process of gold-mining today large quantities of mercury from the gold. Russia's still polluting California posing a risk to every kind of living organism including us. I travel up to California's gold country to meet with Izzy Mountain. Izzy is a community organizer and environmental advocate with over forty years of experience working in rural communities to economic and environmental justice. She is what with a wide variety of constituencies from tribal leaders to Maynas and from farmers to forest is is. He first entered local politics. Nevada County Planning Commission at during the nineteen ninety s and later while serving on the Nevada County Board of supervisors. Miss Martin led the fight to put the South Yuba river into the state. Wild and scenic river program is he became. Ceo The Sierra Fund Sixteen years ago she conceived of and led the effort that resulted in the publication of the Sierra Funds. I report on the impact of the Goldrush mining's toxic legacy and has worked for the last decade to bring attention to golds dark shadow on a very hot day. Is Ian. I climb to the top of a damn standing above the angle. Bright Damn A army corps US Army Corps of Engineers Dam on the main stem of the river. Where is that though in Nevada county? We're about halfway between Tahoe. And Sacramento. A little north of that would not actually in Nevada. Nope we're in the state of California and we are standing right between Nevada County and Yuba County and we're standing on the beautiful Yuba River which flows down to the feather. And then the Sacramento from there down into the San Francisco Bay in the ocean. So you were a county board of Supervisors member when you first came here. Tell us about your first experience with this. Damn down a few different times over my life had been here my whole life. It was built and commissioned in nineteen forty seven by the Army Corps of Engineers so that people could resume hydraulic mining blocks hundreds of miles of potential fish passage for fish. Come from the ocean and go up into the high sierra to lay their eggs so when I first came to the damn understanding that the state of California had targeted this spot em federal government as maybe the best place to restore passage at the very first meeting we went to the. Us Geological Survey stood up and said you can't do anything to that. Damn until you look at the material behind it is holding back a whole bunch of mercury and that was the very first time I had ever heard anything about mercury and the state of California and its role in the goal rush. Or how long have you lived in this part of the world? My family came to California as part of the Gold Rush. We were quakers. Escaping the east coast. Ten violent religious oppression moved out to become farmers I was raised in Concord California on that form and in one thousand nine hundred five. I married a farmer and we moved to Nevada county beautiful organic farm in a place called Penn Valley. Tell us about this county and just its history and the gold rush because it is a lot of history here. Nevada county was ground zero of the California Gold Rush. Far More gold was taken out of this county and specifically this river that we're standing above than any other place in the state of California. It's where the very destructive technique called hydraulic mining which is using power water monitors to to scrub mountainside. Looking for gold is where that was invented. They started to dam the rivers and convey that water over to these huge hydraulic mining activities. Which were recovering thousands of of gold but millions of tons of sediment not material here from Nevada county rolled down the river and kept flooding the Sacramento Valley and eventually the farmers downstream who are really tired of having their houses filled with all this debris sued and stopped the activity known as hydraulic mining.

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"ems" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:46 min | 5 months ago

"ems" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"It took firefighters six of them and the EMS medics to follow his trail to get him out there was a street gang of great on one eighty three of the frontage road now the a FDC says they're not quite sure exactly why he was in there but the word is he was occasionally transient finally and that's where he just kind of wandered into well I heard him being described as it doesn't look like somebody that is presently transient was so whatever the criteria is for that that that they they look for but but but whatever reason he decided at that time I think I'd be a good idea if I go in this in this strange date June and crawl around for a while that is a brilliant assessment and that would that was his that that's what he had going on and if somebody runs into him says how you banish has all been at I've been in the gutter I'm sorry to hear that no I've literally been in the gutter for two days literally yeah that is one of my worst nightmares what's what's that what's being trapped in that kind of situation now I don't have any immediate plans to to crawl through any drainage pipes in the in the foreseeable future but but that kind of situation where underground and nobody knows on there and I can't get out that's that's that's the worst not met your nightmare right there that way you don't you don't wanna go that's the one that's exactly that is the one I'm afraid I'd see like a clown holding a red balloon you know something like that in there yeah exactly well that's and that's that's how the movie it again well you're you're you're right a bicycle buster storm draining here somebody yelling for them that's where that's where the movie begins that's exactly right I wonder if he was playing it stay away from the storm drains kids don't go in there it is listen on it with the city admits there's some there's there's a variety of people living in a maze of tunnels under our city well next week they're gonna start enforcing one tunnel in south Austin were a couple of dozen people have been living right and they're starting to hustle them out of there because it's dangerous get rid of going to the you know summer the springtime storms I can only think that them in again this man who every day he's been described as occasionally transient I have a feeling maybe this is one of his occasional transient moments where he might have been looking for that as well Sir that is also called homeless yeah yeah I usually transit yes you're homeless homeless yeah and this is one of those occasions yeah yeah yeah you're you're traveling across the country maybe sort of live eleven on so you know so first I got a thing but I did find a house which was miles miles long yeah Basel show and you know it's one of those things that obviously this is an essay thing for anybody you get down there so it's also putting first responders lives in danger getting in there and and having to deal with that show I'm glad he's out and bloody safe and I'll be done do it again well we're glad that you're glad jumping here at five one two eight three six zero five nine he circled six twenty two president trump's lawyer Rudy guiliani he says he is ready to reveal what he has learned about Ukraine's interference in the twenty sixteen presidential elections he was on fox just a few minutes ago he will also revealed the role that Joe Biden and a son hunter Biden played in the Ukraine yes I'm gonna present over the next two to three weeks shocking crimes at the highest levels of both governments while the Senate is listening to a totally phony group of stories about not impeachable offenses it's like trying somebody for not a crime it's a total waste of money it's a complete show on the part of the Democrats right and they should be sued for conspiracy to defraud the United States and they should pay for that hearing but but Mister mayor and you talk about interfering in the twenty twenty election.

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"ems" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:57 min | 11 months ago

"ems" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Me was he was treated by EMS taken but I think he's going to be okay firefighters did put out the fire but not for one of three buildings was totally demolished those other two are damaged and the cause of the fire is being investigated though I'm told it appears suspicious in southwest Detroit Mike Campbell doubly doubly jade newsradio nine fifty owners of some Volkswagen vehicles could soon be getting a check from the company following the settlement of a lawsuit we get details from W. W. J. auto beat reporter Jeff Gilbert folks wagon will change the fuel economy ratings on about ninety eight thousand vehicles and pick a settlement to the owners that settlement based on the time they drove the vehicles between five dollars and forty cents in twenty four thirty a month so it's not a large settlement and Volkswagen says it only affects about three and a half percent of the vehicles they sold during that period twenty thirteen through seventeen the cost of Volkswagen ninety six point five million dollars Jeff Gilbert W. W. J. forty go nine fifty check your iPhone apple is dealing with a spot where phone hack CBS news technology consultant Larry maggot has details and advice this exploitive reminder that it's important to keep your operating systems up to date apple already patched yet so anybody who is up to date given currently vulnerable to this particular threat but you never know when a new explicate hit and iPhone android phone or for that matter a PC or mac so it's always a good idea to keep operating systems brow there if and other software up to date researchers say suspected nation state hackers infected apple iPhones with spy ware doing it over two years it's a move that security experts are calling an alarming security failure for company whose calling card use privacy W. W. Cheney's time just fast for thirty eight traffic.

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"ems" Discussed on Ten Minute Medic

Ten Minute Medic

11:58 min | 1 year ago

"ems" Discussed on Ten Minute Medic

"Magin that you're you're running a scenario. You've got a twenty two year old male patient that law enforcement is college you on they're not entirely sure what's going on. When you get there. You've identified. Guide. The patient is has history of autism. Give us some ideas in your patient assessment and your interaction with the with with this patient. How would you speak with them? How would you minimize not having multiple steps in what you're asking the patient of do or what you're telling the patient that you're going to do as as part of your assessment? I always like say it's kind of like going low and slow guy Asian you wanna get down yacht. First of all you want to reduce all the the sensory. Stop may be at light speed people. Did you know noise, everything you wanna limit that next all the things that we have on on emergency saying absolutely good and not to get off topic. But if he can teach the family, what we need to know after your first contact saying, look, you know, if we knew the child was on Tissot. We'd learned how to adjust our response. Okay. If I that's a great way. 'cause 'cause I tell my students said families are secondary patients that can be your your best friends or your worst enemies, and there are a lot easier. And you get a lot more information from them when they're your best friend. So I think what you're saying. There is is outstanding information. Well, yeah. And if you think about it that way to that with a an autistic person, it's it's that in space in oh, not gonna react. Well to an adversarial and of approach or or you know, coming in guns blazing. You know, we got our kits. We got our firefighters with us. We're just, you know, go from zero to sixty in two seconds on. It's not going to do anybody. Even neuro typical person any good you're gonna you're gonna grant them up with an autism person. You're really going to Jack up and then you're working on a meltdown. You're not getting anything done. So you know, sitting beside. Them talking softly. Finding out if they light-touch don't like touch. That's key giving them time to respond to your questions. Not all very often, especially new medics, as you know, we're often thinking of the next question before we heard the answer to the question. We just yeah. Yeah. Don't do that. Because then you're you're not going to get anywhere with any patient. But certainly not person you just got to ask the question watch their reaction give him time to respond if they can respond NFL nonverbal. There are other ways to do it. Do they have a night at do? They have you know, a tablet of some sort that helps them communicate or or you're going to have to use some other other things, you know, the county they point to things, you know, it's it's you know, how he amasses man, you just gotta adjust. So the question has to be as then I mean, we we beat into the students head what I called the BS seen safety dance. What is the likelihood of danger for someone to get hurt? Either the patient or one of the responders if you're doing everything that you're supposed to be doing your shutting down lied. You're you're clearing the room out. You have minimal number of people. What's the likelihood of a patient that has autistic of becoming violent? Well, you know, it's always there. I mean, there's a lot of aggressive autism. But I think a large majority of assistant, April are more huggers. Okay. Than an aggressive. But you know, you have to use your Spidey senses. You know, you have to get that history. From your your your family good in a bait. They mentioned that a child can be aggressive. Well, maybe you don't want to be in there alone. You know? And maybe that's a good reason have law enforcement on scene. But the last thing you wanna do is is restrain an autism person. Right as oh. From bad. Do a whole lot worse really quick drying restraint. And obviously sometimes we have to restrain bit hemicycle restraints with I said, or did, you know, a physical restraints, but onto stick people aren't developed the same way. Neuro typical people are in. There have been more fragile on the have less upper body strength. So you know, you really opening up a can of worms by trying to restrain or being aggressive in your approach. And you know, you can very easily without intending to do everything wrong. You're make us get may make that one outcome really bad. So all future outcomes for whoever response to this person in the future are going to turn out the same bat.

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"ems" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"ems" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"EMS Irian hospitals, plus the uninjured ambulatory parties to a nearby warming location and escorting the approximately five hundred uninvolved vehicle stopped behind the crash off the interstate. Sheriff says everyone who was involved in the accident has since been connected with family members. China's main stock index on the up and up after President Trump agrees to postpone a terrified on thousands of Chinese goods with President Trump saying negotiations have made substantial progress he's supposed phoning March. First deadline to increase tariffs on many. Journeys imports on the ground in Beijing. That's good news. Jake Parker the vice president of the US. China business council says it puts the two sides on negotiating pathway as opposed to a more conflict based pathway, president says if negotiations progress further you'll meet with his Chinese counterpart defined lies in agreement. Tom rivers ABC news at the foreign desk. Meanwhile, a new study showing not such great news for the US economy. Consider this your heads up. Business. Economists expect a recession by the end of twenty twenty one green with the national association of business economics on the groups latest economic policy survey reason for that is that the fiscal stimulus measures that we had the economy in the form of the tax Bill in the spending the will Peter out. And then there's this isn't the economists the majority expect or to rate hikes this year further rate hikes this year. And and the markets have priced at none also expects the global economy to slow in twenty twenty one. Daria Albinger, ABC news. Coming up a new market for CBD treatment. WTMJ news time seven thirty five. Get.

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"ems" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"ems" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And firefighters and EMS to apartment complex in the twenty nine hundred block of force lane. In Evanston, once on seeing the carbon monoxide levels were tested and results showed extremely high readings coming from the boiler room. The gas was shut off to the building until mechanics could repair and inspect the faulty water heater a total of five people were sent to the hospital. Forty seven units were affected by the cash shut off the government shutdown causing chaos at some of the nation's airports yesterday. Flyers waiting in very long lines to get through security in New Orleans because there was a shortage of screeners ABC's, Steve Olson Saami has more. PSA? Now says we're entering unchartered territory that the closer we get to rent and mortgage payments due on February first the more workers, they expect to call in sick refusing to work security lines for free on Saturday. Eight percent of TSA's workforce called in sick on Sunday. It was ten percent more than three times what's normal in Atlanta. A food Bank is trying to help keep these workers on the job. Even though they're not getting paychecks delivering fifty thousand pounds of food to over a thousand family members at the TSA a holiday yesterday, but still let's head to Wall Street traders got the day off with the financial markets closed with a holiday to honor civil rights leader, Martin Luther King junior the UN's released its world economic situation and prospects report for twenty nineteen it predicts the global economy will grow by about three percent this year or next but warns that support for multi-lateralism escalating trade disputes, increasing debt and rising climate risks. Quick put et growth in jeopardy with the partial government shutdown now in week five TSA says more than ten percent of. Screeners have called out. Sick agency is warning the absences could impact operations at the nation's major airports, if the shutdown continues, British Prime Minister Theresa May's rejecting calls to delay. Brexit Britain's departure from the European Union and say she's going to press on with efforts to get an e you divorce Bill through parliament as soon as she possibly can the markets will be open for business as usual on Tuesday. Daria Albinger, ABC news..

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"ems" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"ems" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The deal and literally this week talking about salvaging the deal with the french and the no not not with the us i know but it but here's the deal this is this is the the risky strategy of the trump administration my opinion the three ems are going to be meeting with them may merckel and macron and the question is has the united states through pompeii on others and through the president sick we know there have been conversations with all three of them have has administration signaled what it wants and then are the europeans going to be willing to carry those issues ford with the iranians on the iranians going to be willing to do a deal that three steps could fall apart at any any one of them but i took it as a sign when the when the iranians after their typical bellicose rhetoric said we're going to try and salvage the deal because remember they got problems they've got an economy that's in meltdown they've got this messed econ rest and then you have the europeans of concern about the impact of sanctions from the united states companies in their countries which are already a little nervous about doing business with iran but so it's going to be difficult does no guarantee of of success but if the president has been clear with the europeans to what he wants out of a better deal whether it's anytime anyplace inspections get rid of some of that make prohibitions rather than caps maybe there's a way for shock and you like that isn't the method here is look i'm going to pull out and now the europeans are going to basically negotiate what the president wanted i don't know if that is the conscious method but if there's any way out that's one avenue through which will have to pass that's the the the nice the carrot the stick by the way is the hammer that israel and the kingdom of saudi arabia putting down on the iranians the israelis with this huge massive retaliation and the.

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"ems" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

The Sheepdog Project

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"ems" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

"Deliveries in whatever might be that's great that doesn't necessarily mean that that's the person that has to be your tacticly amassed director you tackle liam as convert director can be completely different person and if there is you can even mix this up there might be a physician's assistant with with a lot of emergency medicine experience that may be was an eighteen delta or a flight medic who you know sixty whisky combat medic before that individual can work under the license of your overall ems director to provide that tackle expertise look whoever is providing that tactical ems direction deeds to understand how to deliver the training to the first responders needs to understand how to provide direction to the paramedics and needs to understand how to provide care out of an eight pack whatever that might entail so you can tear this up in different ways if you have a question about the person that's providing your medical direction email me she may message all that that person and and up a you know also i'll send you back my opinion based on it and it may even come down to me make a phone call that person and i have no problem having a phone conversation with somebody and telling them whether or not i think they're qualified to be in the job that their n and i have had to break that news to be before i've had to tell people you have no business in tactical medicine because you've you've gone to a couple of these highspeed courses there were taught to you by people that were completely unqualified to be teaching to begin with you bought a lotta gear with velcro on it you bought a drop holster and now you think you're some type of tactical paramedic or tackle dr anne you're not.

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"ems" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

The Sheepdog Project

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"ems" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

"Is he gonna properly train the first responders at the leo level is he going to provide proper medical direction and is he going to take all the red tape in the reins off of the paramedics and let them do their job and when he does provide that direct support does he know how to work at of an aide bag these are the questions he have to ask yourself and i'd say a couple of things to sniff out right off the bat first of all if somebody wants to be a medical director or somebody wants to be involved and tactical ems and they are not an emergency medicine provider then i in my opinion they're not qualified for so uh i did just going through the the esaf medic course not even during the time that i operated as nsf medic just during the esaf medic course i did more innovations more craig's more chest tubes more needle decompression space and saw more trauma then a family medicine provider or an internist will see their entire career so in eighteen months i saw entreated more trauma in this was just on the way to becoming an eighteen delta i saw treated more trauma than family medicine doctor or internal medicine dr does in their entire career an i'm sure there's gonna be some gnashing of teeth and so nasty emails because that but it's this is a simple truth you need to have somebody that scene the trauma you need to have somebody that's been exposed to the trauma and this goes for your paramedics as well it it it doesn't matter necessarily how long somebody's been a paramedic you need to look at what type of environment they've been practicing in you know somebody's breaks in new york city or chicago or detroit that scene that trauma.

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"ems" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

The Sheepdog Project

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"ems" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

"Can't imagine a situation where i would go in somewhere that i would feel comfortable not being armed if if if the threat level was high enough than i needed at a helmet body armor so that's the next phase is we have to find a way to better integrate ems into law enforcement um if you were for department he wants him to come on talk about that i'm happy to do so so i i can i can write you out templates four four the ways to do that um the problem is again as i said no nobody wants to take that liability and do it so it's a it's a it's a cultural thing it's a legal thing in some ways it's a financial thing but in order to properly address this we're going to have to recognize the needs to be done in its this is not new i i trained with swat teams in the southwest going as far back as the mid and late 90s and the same was true at that time that they didn't want the paramedics they had these swat paramedics they they were in full kip but they weren't armed um the ems company that ran him didn't even want him wearing the same uniforms everybody else they had they had uh basically blew fatigues horse arrest the swac i said cam were black it end up being for really weird mix everybody's a shooter intel they put their hands on a casualty not not when there is a catch the until they actually put their hands on a casteel because like i teach him i so take course in like anybody would teach you in any good trauma ballistic trauma firstaid kit class the first order of combat trauma is to return fire is to neutralise that threat so not going in.

law enforcement
"ems" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

The Sheepdog Project

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"ems" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

"There are others out there that are teaching courses that that i think are pretty damn good that's the 80 percent solution is getting that knowledge and the proper equipment in the form of a properly outfitted individual first aid kit with targets in the hands of the people that are going to be on scene so when you think about all these and sensibly a boston marathon law enforcement officers running in their pulse nightclub law enforcement san bernardino wherever it is you know it from an ems standpoint everybody's listening is paramedic knows that you know what's drill endure ed time any time again is seen safety that if the scene is not safe than you you're not going into that scene because you're probably just going to be another casualty so law enforcement primarily are going to be the always going to be the first ones on the ground to secure that scene and for that reason they need to have the tools to provide that lifesaving care that's gonna keep those casualties alive in the time that it takes for emergency medical services to get there and that's that's just not happening you know it's a we've kind of crack the code that enough departments are leading their authors carry turn it gets now but i don't think all of them are getting proper training and certainly not enough training so how much training is enough training and that's one of the big bells that i always hear wrong every time i bring this up as is doc their shis night with all the other training requirements to parma's just aren't willing to give people up enough to maintain this training.

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"ems" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

The Sheepdog Project

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"ems" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

"A lot of the problems that we see are the same throughout all these countries the only country i think that is really made some inroads into addressing it uh is israel because they're doing it from a military standpoint not from law enforcement in ems enforcers ponder standpoint i think that's what's what's help them out but the problems that we're seeing a are multilayered uh some of which have to do with things that are completely out of our control i e um how're civilian populace looks a trauma and how they been conditioned through what they've seen on television to react to that trauma but uh i'm gonna start from the ground up someone a stop start to make this flow a little bit better i'm gonna start from the scene and talk about the a kind of everything that we can do and then i'll circle back around and kind of make some points on it at the most basic level if if i had to give you the eighty percent solution right now that i said you know this is most bang for our buck this is where the juices worth the squeeze that if we do this were going to solve eighty percent of the problem the answer there lies in something extremely simple and that is training all law enforcement officers all first responders so talking about law enforcement and fire ems already has a medical training course law enforcement of fire need to be trained in tactical comeback as the care tackle emergency a casualty care or better than both of them put together spectrum of tactical emergency care the course that i put together or one that's like it.

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"ems" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

The Sheepdog Project

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"ems" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

"Deliveries in whatever might be that's great that doesn't necessarily mean that that's the person that has to be your tacticly amassed director you tackle liam as convert director can be completely different person and if there is you can even mix this up there might be a physician's assistant with with a lot of emergency medicine experience that may be was an eighteen delta or a flight medic who you know sixty whisky combat medic before that individual can work under the license of your overall ems director to provide that tackle expertise look whoever is providing that tactical ems direction deeds to understand how to deliver the training to the first responders needs to understand how to provide direction to the paramedics and needs to understand how to provide care out of an eight pack whatever that might entail so you can tear this up in different ways if you have a question about the person that's providing your medical direction email me she may message all that that person and and up a you know also i'll send you back my opinion based on it and it may even come down to me make a phone call that person and i have no problem having a phone conversation with somebody and telling them whether or not i think they're qualified to be in the job that their n and i have had to break that news to be before i've had to tell people you have no business in tactical medicine because you've you've gone to a couple of these highspeed courses there were taught to you by people that were completely unqualified to be teaching to begin with you bought a lotta gear with velcro on it you bought a drop holster and now you think you're some type of tactical paramedic or tackle dr anne you're not.

director liam
"ems" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

The Sheepdog Project

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"ems" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

"Is he gonna properly train the first responders at the leo level is he going to provide proper medical direction and is he going to take all the red tape in the reins off of the paramedics and let them do their job and when he does provide that direct support does he know how to work at of an aide bag these are the questions he have to ask yourself and i'd say a couple of things to sniff out right off the bat first of all if somebody wants to be a medical director or somebody wants to be involved and tactical ems and they are not an emergency medicine provider then i in my opinion they're not qualified for so uh i did just going through the the esaf medic course not even during the time that i operated as nsf medic just during the esaf medic course i did more innovations more craig's more chest tubes more needle decompression space and saw more trauma then a family medicine provider or an internist will see their entire career so in eighteen months i saw entreated more trauma in this was just on the way to becoming an eighteen delta i saw treated more trauma than family medicine doctor or internal medicine dr does in their entire career an i'm sure there's gonna be some gnashing of teeth and so nasty emails because that but it's this is a simple truth you need to have somebody that scene the trauma you need to have somebody that's been exposed to the trauma and this goes for your paramedics as well it it it doesn't matter necessarily how long somebody's been a paramedic you need to look at what type of environment they've been practicing in you know somebody's breaks in new york city or chicago or detroit that scene that trauma.

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"ems" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

The Sheepdog Project

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"ems" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

"Can't imagine a situation where i would go in somewhere that i would feel comfortable not being armed if if if the threat level was high enough than i needed at a helmet body armor so that's the next phase is we have to find a way to better integrate ems into law enforcement um if you were for department he wants him to come on talk about that i'm happy to do so so i i can i can write you out templates four four the ways to do that um the problem is again as i said no nobody wants to take that liability and do it so it's a it's a it's a cultural thing it's a legal thing in some ways it's a financial thing but in order to properly address this we're going to have to recognize the needs to be done in its this is not new i i trained with swat teams in the southwest going as far back as the mid and late 90s and the same was true at that time that they didn't want the paramedics they had these swat paramedics they they were in full kip but they weren't armed um the ems company that ran him didn't even want him wearing the same uniforms everybody else they had they had uh basically blew fatigues horse arrest the swac i said cam were black it end up being for really weird mix everybody's a shooter intel they put their hands on a casualty not not when there is a catch the until they actually put their hands on a casteel because like i teach him i so take course in like anybody would teach you in any good trauma ballistic trauma firstaid kit class the first order of combat trauma is to return fire is to neutralise that threat so not going in.

law enforcement
"ems" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

The Sheepdog Project

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"ems" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

"There are others out there that are teaching courses that that i think are pretty damn good that's the 80 percent solution is getting that knowledge and the proper equipment in the form of a properly outfitted individual first aid kit with targets in the hands of the people that are going to be on scene so when you think about all these and sensibly a boston marathon law enforcement officers running in their pulse nightclub law enforcement san bernardino wherever it is you know it from an ems standpoint everybody's listening is paramedic knows that you know what's drill endure ed time any time again is seen safety that if the scene is not safe than you you're not going into that scene because you're probably just going to be another casualty so law enforcement primarily are going to be the always going to be the first ones on the ground to secure that scene and for that reason they need to have the tools to provide that lifesaving care that's gonna keep those casualties alive in the time that it takes for emergency medical services to get there and that's that's just not happening you know it's a we've kind of crack the code that enough departments are leading their authors carry turn it gets now but i don't think all of them are getting proper training and certainly not enough training so how much training is enough training and that's one of the big bells that i always hear wrong every time i bring this up as is doc their shis night with all the other training requirements to parma's just aren't willing to give people up enough to maintain this training.

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"ems" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

The Sheepdog Project

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"ems" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

"A lot of the problems that we see are the same throughout all these countries the only country i think that is really made some inroads into addressing it uh is israel because they're doing it from a military standpoint not from law enforcement in ems enforcers ponder standpoint i think that's what's what's help them out but the problems that we're seeing a are multilayered uh some of which have to do with things that are completely out of our control i e um how're civilian populace looks a trauma and how they been conditioned through what they've seen on television to react to that trauma but uh i'm gonna start from the ground up someone a stop start to make this flow a little bit better i'm gonna start from the scene and talk about the a kind of everything that we can do and then i'll circle back around and kind of make some points on it at the most basic level if if i had to give you the eighty percent solution right now that i said you know this is most bang for our buck this is where the juices worth the squeeze that if we do this were going to solve eighty percent of the problem the answer there lies in something extremely simple and that is training all law enforcement officers all first responders so talking about law enforcement and fire ems already has a medical training course law enforcement of fire need to be trained in tactical comeback as the care tackle emergency a casualty care or better than both of them put together spectrum of tactical emergency care the course that i put together or one that's like it.

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"ems" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"ems" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Ems station twenty six also today a rally at the national action network this morning to criticize the response at another to demand justice at this afternoon at thirty four and six wednesay's tump 524 a five year old new jersey girl ended up on loan at a bus stop after being put off the bus by mistake well let's get zachary false on north jersey dot com can't believe their kindergardner was put on the bus in the first place in their shocked the driver just laughter the girls principle says there is apparently communication breakdown superitendent told the website that they are taking all of these issues seriously and planned to address them appropriately it 68 degrees right now mostly cloudy in new york accu weather says we're going up to eighty today and midtown let's see some patchy fog for a while in the outlying areas otherwise just warm blend of sun and clouds and again that high of eighty point zero five akg in guys okay yes one servants ervin cars a our roads one and seven cars been donate your car to mm hmm give up is great mm carlsberg stars cars may also accepting boats motorcycles rvs and real estate donations and winds this is a milestone.

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