35 Burst results for "Eight Days"
Mazal Tov!: Finding a Mohel in Cyprus During Corona
"Basically. They've got everything. You could possibly want if you're a Jew in Cyprus. Everything that is. The one thing you really needed. IOS, thirty three. He's married is happening. And he and his wife get older have three kids in were expecting the fourth a boy. The due date cuff game on the how or for all Gregorian calendar users. March, nineteenth twenty twenty in mid February, when life was still completely normal outside of hun yet yield called up the family moyle. He'll shall from Juliet Murphy in Israel because in cycles. We don't have a local MOHEL. And every time there's a big bone here. Baby boy with. The civilisation. Some. Almost set. Then came corona. Rabbi your got a call from Schill the moines. It was like this, and it's no way I'm going out those samples and need to to be nice. Elation volunteered for folding days. Ain't gonNA happen. We need to find a solution for it. Israel was already requiring anyone returning from abroad to go into a two week long self quarantine, and that meant that the mall was out after all if he came to Cyprus in had to quarantine when he returned, he'd lose two weeks worth of business. e! It didn't know what to do. And we need to find someone else and you yourself for not immoral. No. But as he was trying to figure this out Cyprus, declared its own fourteen day quarantine. So now. Whoever would come would need to quarantine for fourteen days in Cyprus and then porn for fourteen days upon returning to Israel. All for one little cut, and surprisingly enough he managed to find someone enter shown Izenberg from. Jerusalem His mission is decisions, so get in contact with him, and it was up on them, but on March fourteenth, the island of Cyprus closed its airports and went into full lockdown. No flies coming in November is going out, so there's no way of common to Cyprus. And perform the ceremony. Still Yale wasn't going to give up so easily, so is thought to find flonaze solutions to on a boat. Good Old Shimshon Sean Game. It was like above them, but when it became clear that a boat wouldn't be allowed to dock, either you'll channeled his inner 007 they be, we will go in a bow. Then we mix need way in the and we've performed the bleep on the once again. She was game. No problem, so thank God for Shimshon I mean. He seems like he was a real He was a real player was very cool guy and Except that they listen everything asking me these. Now, you might think amid Seib Litas a bit extreme, and if you do well join the club, so when you're, you're ready to take your newborn your newborn son on a boat and had him circumcised in the middle of the sea. Like spoiled the big yacht. Does it sound normal to you? Meanwhile on March nineteenth right on time baby by was born. Can you describe the birth a little bit? A witch angle? Were you there were you in the room? I was with my wife of course. it was. Wonderful, Wants the baby was born. The Eighth Day countdown began. This. Song Bulletins. It's one of the basic things. To do so important because it symbolized of connection with Gut. Live with. Sure this. Feel, not withstanding, it soon turned out that no vessels were allowed to leave ciprian harbors either. Use Homegrown naval operation was. Dead in the water. He needed help from above so. Still to push. The connection we have in here in his loyal all the many studies in Cyprus in putting the president. Well we'll have the situation. Elder weather wasn't involved in this. Operation and we can't find. It was only the president of Cyprus. Decide about this, but the president can only imagine had some slightly more pressing matters on his mind. was reluctant to give green light. They'll take risks. Don't want to take responsibility for this. So slowly decided that. Don't want to approve it. So we miss the deadline of the day. But we believed that. God's. So it doesn't matter if It will continue. So, what did you think about about the fact that suddenly the president of Cyprus was determining the fate of your. Newborn child's. Penis. With the best we can. If didn't succeed. Off. So everything's God's coordination. Continue to. Not The day the ninth day another nine. It's not the tenth the forty. Fifth.
FBI investigating apparent noose found in black firefighter's locker
"The F. B. I.'s Minneapolis office is investigating after an apparent noose was found inside a locker of a black Bloomington firefighter earlier this month Bloomington mayor Tim at Busey I am just absolutely disgusted and angry and embarrassed and disheartened by what we've seen transpired the last week or so the piece of rope described as of what appears to be a crude noose was found in the firefighters gear locker on June fifteenth and was reported a fire department leadership eight days later the city is holding a press conference Monday afternoon to provide more details in that
3 youth facility staffers charged in death of black teen in Michigan
"Barnes three staff members of the youth facility in Kalamazoo Michigan have been charged in the death of a black teenager who died eight days after being restrained for throwing a sandwich decision comes after the county medical examiner ruled sixteen year old Cornelius Fredericks death a homicide by result of restraint asphyxia an investigation by Michigan's department of health found the staffers used a restraint that was significantly disproportionate with one team sitting on Fredericks chest for over twelve
3 youth facility staffers in Michigan charged in death of black teen
"Barnes three staff members of the youth facility in Kalamazoo Michigan have been charged in the death of a black teenager who died eight days after being restrained for throwing a sandwich decision comes after the county medical examiner ruled sixteen year old Cornelius Fredericks death a homicide by result of restraint asphyxia an investigation by Michigan's department of health found the staffers used a restraint that was significantly disproportionate with one team sitting on Fredericks just for over
Father's Day Q&A with Essy
"WanNa welcome everybody to another episode of the plant strong podcast in honor of father's Day. I'm going to be interviewing my father you know. We last brought him on the podcast three months ago when we just had the kind of the outbreak of Kobe nineteen. Nineteen here in the United States. And, so we'd love to get his thoughts on that also we have a bunch of questions from from our podcast. Listeners really that are that are directed towards you. Daddy, but let me open this up by saying you know in in in honor of father's Day You Know How lucky I am to have you as my father and you have done such a great job blazing such a a wonderful bright path forward not only for me, but for so many other people that have had the had the privilege and the honour of. Embracing your tenants around a whole foods, plant based lifestyle, and beyond that I've had the privilege of of seeing just how you conduct yourself as a as a father, a man and a great human being so. Thank you for that. So let me start by I. Want to share something with the listeners something that happened to me last Sunday. And, it's obviously something that you're well aware of but. I Love Mountain. BIKING I mountain bike behind my house. There's this greenspace of. Probably anywhere between. Twenty to fifty miles of mountain biking trails, and I've been mountain biking back there for well over. Twenty years without any kind of mishap or injury, but last Sunday morning I was riding with two of my friends, and on a an a decline that was going into a creek bed. I hit a slippery rock. took a nice tumble and basically. broke broke my the distal part of my fibula, which is is that? Would you say that's considered kind of part of the ankle? Yes. Yeah. And, so I immediately knew that something was seriously wrong. I try to stand up and got nauseous and wanted to vomit. God lightheaded, these guys had ended up carrying me out through the woods into backyard and long story short went in for X-rays the next day, and in fact it was. It showed that it was. It was fractured now over the next couple of days we were trying to get some reassurance as to whether or not, I should have a a surgery. be to try and. Determine if this was a stable or unstable fracture, and we were able to determine a week later after the inflammation was down that it was an unstable fracture needed to have needed to be set needed, have Eight screws and a plate. And so that surgery happened. Two days ago. I think everything went really really well, but I am now convalescing. In in bed, and it's been really a a bit of a torturous last. Six seven eight days Kinda On my back, trying to trying to take care of this thing. But you've been so helpful. As far as guiding me through this process, so thank you. Well Rip I'm just delighted to have you share your story with your. The audience the key. Were you have a fracture of the digital fibula? That Along with the Tibia makes up the ankle mortis on born on either side of. The rise on the Taylor's and. It was very nice to see that they absolutely brought back precisely as it should be. The anatomy of those those bones, even though eight schools in a metal plate. That, also on the other thing, you may have some excitement. You can join me when you go through the airport line The bills go off. Yeah, yeah, you're well. It's a little more picture of time. Skillful neglect, and this will take care of itself nicely. I shouldn't yeah. Yeah, thanks. So remember what. What routes Waldo Emmerson said. Mike All Times is a great time if one knows but what to do with it. While I'm trying to figure out what to do with this. I want get out and I WANNA I wanNA swim I want. I want to walk. I want to do something. So the last time that we had joined the podcast. Cove in nineteen, just hit It was back in March I. Believe you know we're now. April may June. We're now. It's three months later. Do you have any thoughts on kind of where we are right now with. With the corona virus will what is very apparent if you. Follow the television update every day is that? There are number of states in the east to really buckled down and played hardball. Social distancing staying at home handwashing. Getting Really Interesting, out governor Cuomo. Absolutely counter that message for day after day after day. And the the states there on East? Kept pretty under control on the other hand. Those? It opened opened early and relevant, more lax are never or never closed. It looks like we're paying the price I think next week will really tell the the virus. The virus doesn't listen to. to anybody the virus has its its own pace and what it's going to do. But there has been something that I'm particularly keen on because there's fits right into. The the lifestyle that we want ARC agency. Cardiovascular Disease Fall. And just to give you a little bit of background. This has to do with with nitric oxide and we may have talked about it. Somewhat last time, but I think it bears repeating because yeah, sometimes, the whole concept is not that easy for people to grasp the first time. And it was a number of actually a decade or two ago, maybe more. That was found out that earlier virus. Could be killed by nitric oxide, which is obviously a molecule of gas. And so at the present time there are two academic institutions spoke. The Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. and. Ohio State University in Columbus Ohio. Where they have. A. Setup a study where patients who come in with a coronavirus. Will be first exposed thirty minutes of inhaling nitric oxide. And that's repeated three times a day. They're also doing the same. With. With. The healthcare workers who will get thirty minutes of animation of nitric oxide when they arrived at work. And thirty minutes identification again when they arrived from today.
The global hotspots where coronavirus is still killing thousands
"As we've observed a bunch of times on this show, which seemed to be a pretty good spot in Australia at the moment when it comes to it, but that's certainly not the case elsewhere in the world. More than eight million people have now been infected by covid nineteen, according to Johns Hopkins University. It took nine days for the number of infections to grow from six million to seven. Seven million and less than eight days to get to the latest millions either pandemics, not slowing down. So what's happening elsewhere in the world nominee? Will it still going I mean? The United States tailed off a little bit, but that's largely because of New York state are lots of states in the United States which are now increasing, and there are some states that look as if they actually might be suffering from a second wave like south. Carolina and the league table of cases. Is America Brazil Russia India UK Spain Italy Peru. which gives you a sense of Latin America particularly, South America is a prominent source of new cases, which confirms what people already had a lot of which is Latin. America is a significant hotspot. As indeed is Russia, and Russia has had to revise its. Deaths reporting because it had all these eight, hundred, thousand, nine, hundred thousand cases and I think it was wondering reporting rows of handful of deaths, which made the WHO query their statistics, and they've rapidly revised that we oversee the far more deaths than they're admitting to. So that's the league table at the moment, and it is spreading, and you could argue that in some parts of the world are beginning to see a second wave. China's obviously worried about this outbreak in the. Food Market in Beijing and trying to control that very very quickly. So, what does this mean for us here in Australia where we're sort of? Increased pressure open borders especially to business people well. It says that they're still a huge amount of virus circulating in the world. It's not going away, it's. And it's spreading to countries that have had small epidemics up until now and growing and second waves look as if they may be happening, so you'd be nuts if you open the border to the United States. Russia India UK still far too much. In a lot of European countries still too much virus circulating, there are some countries in the world where there's not very much, and which you could consider that, but very very careful, and in fact, the Chinese think that the source of the cases that they've got in Beijing where Chinese people returning from overseas, so it's a high risk situation when the so much virus around the. The world, so a lot of countries around the world did lockdown, and we've done that here in Australia New Zealand and stuff like that, but if it's still increasing at such a rapid right in so many countries around the world, what were the point of lockdowns? Well for the countries that lockdown early? They've had success. Tens of thousands of people have died the point is that most countries with a bad pandemic. Countries that didn't lockdown early enough, and it already established itself. That's the problem. The problem is not the lockdown lockdown. Social distancing is actually the only thing that works and they have instituted late, and the viruses got away from them. But. It's not benefited their country. Their economies are shattered. They're not able to come back fully. People are frightened to come out the statistics from the United States show that most people are still quite nervous about coming out, even though the trying to open up the economy, because it's still a lot of virus around, whereas if you look at a Sturdier with lockdown and. and. New Zealand people are not so nervous about coming up because they know there's not much virus around, so allows us to return much more strongly. In terms of our economy, the problem those countries face where the still seeing an epidemic upenn significant pandemic is nothing to show for it. They've got an economy that short they've had a field lockdown was not failed. Failed more people would have died. Had they not locked down and the natural immunity in the population that tiny levels maximum, twenty percent, some countries like Sweden, maybe only nine or ten percent, so all these people died for what when they could have actually shut down earlier, and this is just like nineteen eighteen, the cities that in places that shutdown earlier their economies. Economies bounced back better and more fulsomely and places. That waited around
NZ has eliminated COVID. Is Australia on track to do it too?
"So let's quickly start with New Zealand today. They've listed coronavirus restrictions after reporting active cases in the country. How confident can we be about it? Being a radical added there just to be clear what they're talking about. No community transition from its seventeen days. They say a reproductive cycle of the viruses fourteen days. So if you've read the virus, you would not expect to see any more. More within fourteen days, so it's really good news. We predicted on Corona Casta while ago that if we went for radicalization that sort of thing, you could expect to actually to lift restrictions quite considerably, because there's almost no chance of actually catching the virus. If you're sure, there's none left in the country and smaller states in Australia we're almost at that point so straight is lifting some restrictions Western Australia Queensland. Tasmania role in pretty good shape in terms of having almost eliminated the virus from those States New South Wales Victoria still a little. Little bit of communities spread, and you can't lift those restrictions such as you have in New Zealand in the two biggest states at the moment, and then you've got the issue necessarily of literal relaxing borders between states, and that's what they're reluctant to do. As long as some community transmission in Victoria and you south Wales, but we might get rid of that within a few weeks, in which case you might be in the startling situation where the whole nation can lift restrictions quite dramatically. Yeah I mean what's at a timeframe? Would we be looking? Looking for that, and how can we be sure that we continuing to have no virus in Australia you've got to wait so nor community transmission for at least fourteen days, but ideally maybe even a month so that you've gone food to reproductive cycles of the virus new. Zealand's waited for just a little bit over one reproductive cycle to say that they're pretty confident, but you've got to keep on testing and you've got to keep on testing people who any symptoms and you can't let down. Your guard doesn't deal with the situation overseas travel. and. People came in from overseas and relaxing those restrictions as soon as you do that then. Bets are off well like you say. We have seen a bit of community transmission in some states in Australia recently and so we're getting questions from people who attended the black lives, matter and indigenous deaths in custody rallies over the weekend Jessica asking for those who did attend the protests. When is a good time to get tested? Because we've talked before about the virus it of having an incubation period wins. Wins the most effective time to get tested, and there's a question for male along the same lines where hair. She said she had me saying that. If you get tested too early on infection, it's more likely you'll get a false negative. Well, listen to mail yet. We've been covering that and and on the health report. The recommendation from governments is absolutely right. You get tested at any time if any symptom. So any symptom it, oh, you're feeling lousy. You unexplained, even diarrhea. You've got call code loss of specially loss of taste or loss of smell. Then you need to be tested. It doesn't matter how many days will come pass since the protests. If you're a symptomatic and what to get tested then is, it's not clear exactly what you should do, but if you go on, that study quoted. Day One. It's not day one after the protests. We're already at day to day one. The test isn't very accurate because you don't have very much. If you've been infected dates, essentially becomes more and more accurate the more days after you've been infected. You're looking at the data. You'd probably say three or four days after the protests, you could get tested. That would be a day or two before symptoms would appear. Then that starts to be worth doing. And if you've still got no symptoms then day eight eight days after the protests, you'd have a second test. If, the first test was negative, and that's probably going in the evidence, the the most reliable regime still miss people. But if you WANNA get tested dramatic. It's a good thing to
"eight days" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"If you it, you could have learned something. They're all called love one another as we love ourselves. That's really hard work. But it's to work of America. Donald Trump is interested in doing that work instead. He's pretty sweeping away all guardrails. Law Protected, our democracy guardrails that have helped make possible this path to more perfect union. Our Union that constantly requires reform and rededication and yes. The protests from voices that are mistreated ignored. Left out or left behind. But it is a union. Be Worth fighting for. And that's why I'm running. For President. Starting discussion now is ambassador Susan Rice she's President Obama's former national security advisor in former ambassador to the United Nations is the author of tough love. My story of things worth fighting for ambassador rice. Joe Biden was reacting to what he saw the president do with that Bible in front of that Church yesterday, which was then condemned by the pastor of that church and other religious leaders in Washington. What was your reaction? UH, seeing the secretary of defense out there with the president and tonight, the Secretary of defense is trying to say. I didn't know we were going to a church I thought we were just going out. To Talk to the troops who are out there. What was what was your reaction to that photo? OP and the and the administration officials who accompanied the President on that photo up? Or Good Evening Lawrence let me begin by just making the obvious point what we saw today from Joe Biden in Philadelphia is what a president is supposed to do. What a president is supposed to say he's opposed to. Infuse his remarks with empathy compassion we're. Understanding of the pain, the very real historic pain, it's so many African Americans, including myself feel in this country and contrast that with Donald Trump. Where everything is a political stunt. Designed to divide for the Secretary of Defense and the chairman of the joint chiefs in combat fatigues. To stand up with the president after he's given sort of bull, Connor type speech, and then brandishes a Bible before an Episcopal church mic fade without the permission or the knowledge of the bishops where the pastor of that church. It's all about trying to divide US and inflame us his political benefit and Lawrence when you say that it's an empty threat I. Hope it proves to be an empty threat that he won't deploy the military in the states of this union, but here in the District of Columbia where I live. This is my hometown. We are living that nightmare last night and today with thousand of federalized armed forces on our streets, Blackhawk helicopters, buzzing peaceful protesters at very low altitudes. It's very scary here, so we're living. Real time. I'm glad you mentioned the presidential quality of Joe Biden's speech today in Philadelphia because I wanNA, show as much as we can of it throughout this hour, because it's the only presidential level comment that has been offered to us at all during this crisis I want to listen to something else. Joe Biden said today about the presidency about. The presidency being a big job and how he would do that big job. Let's listen to that. Look I look at the presidency as a very big job, and nobody will get it right every time and.
"eight days" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"That to try to use it for their own anarchists ridiculous means. They're trying to get people off topic. People should stay on topic. Jury is going to stay with us throughout this hour. We have some news to report today this morning. On the today show Benjamin crump the attorney for George. Floyd's family said that he expects more criminal charges against Minneapolis police. One thing that's being lost in all of this or those other three officers. I haven't heard anything about any charges. Have you heard that anything's coming? We've heard the expected chose those. And now all. The Independent. From defending that pays particular attention to the knees back compress in his. Lungs which is equally important as the nine compression cutting off the flow of air, he was dying for. Food and that. Was His earth, so you heard that those officers are in fact GonNa be. Charged, soon. Is, male, understand, they will be charged. That is what the families here from authorities died on the scene. I'm guessing note. Today. The governor of Minnesota announced our Minnesota Department of human. Rights today filed a civil rights charge against the Minneapolis Police Department and will investigate the department's policies, procedures and practices over the past ten years to determine if they engaged in systemic discriminatory practices, and after Donald Trump yesterday issued what appeared to be an empty threat of sending the American military uninvited by the states to police Americans something. The American military does not know how to do an after Donald Trump ordered peaceful protesters in Washington tear gas and pepper sprayed. He could do a photo op in front of a church where he was not welcomed by the pastor of that Church today. Joe Biden went to Philadelphia and said this. President held up the Bible Saint John's Church yesterday. I just wish he opened at once in a while setup brandishing..
Protests Continue for Eighth Day in New York City, Los Angeles County
"Away most of the protests taking place across the country for the eighth night in a row are peaceful thousands marching in New York City that's even lower curfew went into effect two hours ago and curfew also in place in Los Angeles county six PM hour neared protest organizers began urging everybody in the large crowds here to get home what we're trying to make sure that folks get home on time because of the fact that you know if people are out past curfew they are going to have people that are out those who didn't get home were breaking the law and were immediately targets a police who moved in to begin making arrests with the goal of preventing another night of
The Good Pirate
"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I'm your host crumb today. I'm continuing my investigation into the myths and mysteries surrounding pirates in one individual in particular because not all pirates were that evil that raped and pillaged their way up various villages along the coast. One such individual who was a pirate was Francis Drake. He was born in fifteen forty. Two by fifteen seventy six. He was the queen's favor and was directed to sail to a secret location one. She only disclosed to her inner circle. The difficulty in determining the location isn't honest return after circumnavigating the world upon his arrival back in England the coin hat all his maps and shipped logs locked up to this day. Few of these documents have been released despite. This history has revealed that Spain had blocked. Most of the trade routes England had used and she had found one end of the fabled northwest passage and the drake was to establish the other end meanwhile amateur to story and Robert Ward thinks. Drake was on a secret mission to find the northwest passage. And that's why he was sailing so far up the west coast. The idea is drake sailed up the coast. Until he found something he thought was the northwest passage perhaps Strait of Juan de Fuca but drake's bad located not far from point Reyes California and fourteen other sides claimed to be where in fifteen seventy nine drake spent sixty eight days now. He spent those sixty eight days because he needed a place to make repairs. Which involves something called careening? This is where the ship was pulled completely out of the water so that our whole be made free of worms barnacles the location of California's raise for the sixty eight day. Stay and repair of the ship are based on the area code. Drakes Bay fit in maps description of the bay where he stayed and a page from a ship's log that listed the side as thirty eight degrees north latitude and a brass plaque. The description of Indians found there but the plaque was declared a fake in nineteen thirty six and the fact that the Indians lived off. Acorns was never mentioned. And that the shape of the Bay but Oregon's whale cove also fits the shape of the bay on the map but the Indians were described as living in huts that were partially below ground. When the University of Oregon Examining area in the cove they found that just as described on the page of the ship slog the remnants of a native American hut partly underground near the side. Number of English coins were found that dated back to just before. Drake set sail. Also there was a document a firsthand description based on the observation of eight of his crew. That stated that they had stopped at forty four degrees north latitude. It would seem that a all the sites that claim to be were drake spent that summer of sixty eight days. Only the organ location forty four degrees north latitude which is exactly well. Co has the most real physical evidence of his visit. If you're driving up the Oregon coast be sure to stop at the town of Depot. Bake and enjoy the small town hospitality. Drive another mile and a half to whale cove and try to imagine what it was like for Sir Francis. Drake back in fifteen seventy nine but the debate. Over the location of Drake's North American stop rages on and despite evidence pointing at Oregon's well only put to rest when England releases all drake's maps and logs from his trip around the
reCAPTCHA and Duolingo: Luis von Ahn
"Think about the small moments or decisions in your life that actually had a huge impact on how your life turned out. Maybe it was a conversation. You struck up with the person next to you on an airplane. Maybe it was a party. You reluctantly went to only to meet the person you'd eventually marry or maybe it was a decision to stay on vacation an extra day that sparked a new idea for Kevin System. It was a random remark from his girlfriend that made him decide to use filters on instagram for Blake. Majkowski was a chance meeting with a group of young Argentinian who took him to the countryside where he saw kids with no shoes. That one day inspired him to create. Tom's and for Louis Fun on it was a free lecture at Carnegie Mellon University in two thousand. We'll get deeper into the story in a few minutes but that single lecture would lead him to invent to ingenious new tools the I was capture. Yes captures those annoying twisted and blurred letters. You have to type into a website to prove your human and the second one was duo lingo now. The biggest language learning APP in the world which is now getting even more popular because people are looking for new things to do now that they're stuck at home but was captured and duo. Lingo were designed to harness the power of crowdsourcing to solve problems. And I'M GONNA blow your mind here if you have ever typed in a capture or reused dueling go. There's a good chance you've taken part in a massive online collaboration that you probably weren't even aware of and it's amazing. How Louis came up with all this but let's start at the beginning. Lewis was born in Guatemala in late. Nineteen Seventy S. Both as parents were doctors and though he was surrounded by poverty violence in Guatemala City. Louis screw up in comparative privilege and as a kid. He spent a lot of time hanging out at the family business. My Mother's family actually had a candy. Factory everybody is always a Mesa. The fact that I grew up with a candy factory they think it was like Willy. Wonka or something. I was not all that much into the candidate. Self I was into the machines because basically the candies made by these gigantic machines. That bump out I don't know how many thousands of pieces of candy per hour and basically all my weekends. I spent playing at the Candy Factory and I would They the machines apart and put them back together they would be some extra pieces after. I put him back together on that. That would be a problem but what? What kind of student were you were? You were school pretty easy for you. Yeah I was pretty nerdy basically. That was really good at math. Math was just easy to me. I what I would do during the summers is basically get either next year or you know. Couple YEARS LATER. Math books on all the sizes. Wow it kind of came easy but the way I really got good ideas by doing hundreds and hundreds exercises. That's what you do in. The summertime was bored. I mean I was an only child I is. I didn't have that much to do. This is remember this is also pre Internet pre everything. So what was I going to do? Man That's what I did was putting playing cards in the spokes of my bicycle and by jolly ranchers seven. Eleven should math books. So you were. Did you just love math? I mean it sounds like kids. Don't think about their future. They're not like I'm going to study math so I can be in tech one day like unless I've really enjoyed it. I I enjoyed it was it was like a puzzle for me by the way this is not the only thing I did. I mean I I also played a lot of video games Pirated Video Games in my commodore sixty four like floppy disks. Floppy Disk loppy discs. That's right I wanted a Nintendo. When I was eight my mother would not get many intendo. She instead got me computer. Commodore Sixty Four. And I couldn't figure out how to use it but eventually I read like the manual stuff and I figured out how to use it more than I figured out. I could buy other people's video games. And so I became a little hub in my in my little neighbourhood but these were not other kids adults or kind of basically young adults who had a computer and they would come to my house and I would take their games and give them my games exchange so then. I collected a pretty large number of video games but sh- mentioned right that I mean because your childhood sounds pretty nice but but like as a kid I guess or even as a teenager there was a civil war in Guatemala right. I mean we know that today. There's a a lot of violence there. Obviously violence in the US and other countries to but Guatemala's has been particularly hard hit. I mean did it feel dangerous when you're a kid yes it did. There was a civil war pretty much since I was born in seventy nine to nineteen ninety-six. There was a civil war going on the whole time. It always felt dangerous when I was fifteen or so. My aunt was kidnapped for ransom. I mean she was gone for seven or eight days. Wow People's cars would be stolen. I don't every couple of months. Somebody's car would be stolen in my family. Going past seven thirty PM was rare games. You needed to go out in a large group. If you're going to go up at seven thirty PM and I did my house had walls and barbed wire yeah. It felt dangerous. I mean this is one of just one of the reasons I came to the US. Actually I mean I was. After my aunt was kidnapped I thought to myself. I don't WanNa live here. Yeah and I guess you did end up leaving Guatemala for college because you went to Duke in North Carolina and you describe yourself as a like a math nerd in school and and is that what you intended to do like to do something in math. That's what I wanted to become an economic math professor. I was pretty certain. I wanted to become a math professor at the time. I thought the best thing that I can do is really learn a lot of math and I really it and I thought it was futile to learn how to deal with other people. It is interesting because my job. These days is one hundred percent just dealing with other people's problems. I'm just trying to understand the so so by becoming math professor. You thought. Hey I wouldn't have to deal with people I would just deal with facts. Data and numbers. Yes yes and you know I. I'll do math research all day long. And every now and then after class of but whatever that's like a tax That's that's what I thought so all right so you are She gets your degree and you this path to go into academia and you go into a PhD program at Carnegie Mellon Correct and I guess you go into computer science right yes. I changed from math computer science because I visited a math Grad school and what people were saying the professor was saying. Oh I'm working on this open problem that nobody's been able to solve for the last three hundred years and I thought I don't think I'm smart enough if you haven't done it and nobody's done it in three hundred years that's Kinda not for me whereas when you visit in computer science I mean this is crazy thing before like. Oh Yeah I still have an open program yesterday. Well it's a much younger field yet so that I thought that was much more exciting for me. At
Two Missouri hairstylists may have exposed 140 clients to coronavirus
"A hair cut to Missouri hairstylist potentially exposed a hundred and forty clients to corona virus when they work for up to eight days this month while symptomatic the Springfield Greene health department announced Saturday the second stylist tested positive for corona virus and may have exposed fifty six clients at the same great clips salon earlier they said another hairstylist with corona virus of the same salon potentially exposed eighty four customers in seven co workers officials said both stylish had symptoms while at work the health department said the clients and stylists wore face
Michigan governor wins legal fight with lawmakers over virus
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Michigan's governor wins a legal fight with lawmakers over her corona virus restrictions Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer has prevailed over Republican lawmakers who sued challenging her authority to declare emergencies and order restrictions during the corona virus outbreak sighting in nineteen forty five law judge Cynthia Stevens of the court of claims said the governor's authority is not limited to local and regional emergencies and it can have no end to date it marked the third time the court of claims judge has ruled in favor of what Merck during the pandemic the Republican led legislature had argued a nineteen seventy six statute gives it a state emergency declarations after twenty eight days hi Mike Crossey
Washington, DC Marks 8 Days of Decrease in Community Spread
"We we turn turn now now to to some some encouraging encouraging news news this this Tuesday Tuesday morning morning from from the the district district said said a a news news conference conference mayor mayor Muriel Muriel Bowser Bowser said said that that for for the the first first time time since since tracking tracking began began DC is showing trends toward a reduction in corona virus cases we reap poured a sustained decrease since community spread for eight days transmission rate below one for greater than three days we continue to have our hospital usage trending in the right direction as well so we're on track data on community spread tracks the date of symptoms not test results and measures person to person spread in the community at large district officials want fourteen straight days of lower community spread numbers before they consider entering phase one of a re opening the mayor said she would speak on Thursday of this week about a possible phase three opening barring any unforeseen spike in illnesses between now and then last week mayor Bowser extended DC's stay at home water through June eighth
Getting it right: States struggle with contact tracing push
"For us what it is that this contract tracing work in tales I mean this is a this is a pretty old approach to public health is it not you know not as if you think nineteen thirty seven as older not all prospective song perspective right this is been used primarily for sexually transmitted diseases it was originally designed for circles control but as we use it for HIV but we also use it for tuberculosis measles other things like that as well so the idea is that what we're trying to do is identify people who are infected or who may become infected and who are excreting virus shedding virus and those who have been exposed and may turn and may become fully infected and start to excrete virus so that's two groups those are were infected and those were been exposed so when someone is reported with covert nineteen infection from the labs are from their doctors are they self report someone from the city will call them and say you know we're sorry about your diagnosis do you need anything you know symptoms you need to have a hospital that kind of stuff got a case management and then they'll say we need to talk to you about your people with whom you pay cut in a contact the last five days or whatever the period of time is it's kind of defined by what your symptoms began at an all state will I need to know the people with whom you've come in contact and got it for how long and what sorts of contact so if we think that they're a close contact that they've been in close enough contact to actually become infected will say okay what we think you need to go get a test and so the test they would go get a test we would follow up with them find out whether the test was positive or negative the test is positive they're a case and they have to go into isolation until there are no longer infectious no longer contagious which is about eight days from the onset of symptoms clearly you can't tell people just gonna shut the door and good luck and also will open at fourteen days and see what's going on yet to be in daily contact with people a lot of people need to have things arranged someone can't shelter camp stay at home they don't have extra bedrooms they're they're living for people to up to a household are they might have to you know if it's a it's a wage earner in a family and that person goes into goes into isolation somebody has to make sure there's money for the family and that there's food and as well as for the prisoners in isolation but also for the family and the governor has brought in a weight support program where people have to go into isolation and contact which isolation and quarantine which the city is also supplemented so there's a fair amount of social service part on the back and for people who are actually have to go into isolation or or or quarantine but the idea here is that instead of finding someone has been exposed and treating them with the drug which is how we do it with with us support us or tuberculosis or with a vaccine just how we deal with measles here the the treatment is to get out of circulation so they made themselves they made them selves not get treatment depending on the severity of their disease point is is that we're limiting their ability to transmit the virus to other people so with the end of shelter in place this become as children play starts to wind down this becomes kind of our first line of defense against a transmission it's interesting calling in on the first line of defense again we're speaking on KCBS in depth to doctor George Rutherford who is a epidemiologist with UC San Francisco helping to lead up an effort to train more contact tracers in California so when it comes to the training that is taking place what does it take to be a good contact tracer and how do you train somebody I understand that the course that you you you mentioned some of its in person some of it's gonna be online it's something like a twenty hour training course what it take to make somebody able to do this work right so they have to be able to talk to people they have to be not afraid to call people up and and talk them through this I and I think it's ever since we've done a pretty good job the mayor's been great about talking about it and so people are just you know people are surprised when the calls come more last so it's you know that's the you know that's the big thing is getting your foot in the door talking to him understood having our understand we're trying to do what's in it for them right no more transmission the family number transmission of friends you know you get a diagnosis you're able to you're able to have your income supported while you're gone so that's you know that that's the important part is to get them yes past the first sentence and be able to talk to them talk through all the the issues what needs to happen next so the training is first of all understanding the biology of the disease and epidemiology of the disease a lot of the social aspects of that brings up you know this is as you as I think we're all aware we have haves and have nots in our society and this this disease has yet again emphasize those divides so that's an important thing for everybody to be really clear about we also do role plays a apps that sample scripts that people can work from in smaller workgroups hi and then we'll look over people's shoulders as they're making calls the look over our shoulders we'll do one together and then we'll we will look over their shoulders while they make them and at the end of twenty hours there actually you know quite competent at doing this I'm I'm kind of curious and and I I don't want to cut this to come off as a criticism or being impetuous and anyway but obviously everybody is very eager to come out of this like down as quickly as possible and obviously we have known that this is a need for some time now why is this something that's coming off the ground right now was we were there it is just help us understand that you know the difficulties in getting something this monumental up and running sure well we've been doing in San Francisco for four weeks just to give you my first things first things first so this was recognized early on by the department of public health and Dr Colfax and Dr Oregon and we you know we we with their help we yeah and you know it as a joint effort we pushed it down the roadway and got it launched and you know I've been doing this now for four weeks and have a lot of the the Kinks knocked out of it coming forward a lot of counties have been doing a little bit of this but not a lot they don't know where the work force is coming from the county all the county or most of the counties not the little counties but most of the big counties at people who do this for a living they do it for STD control they do it for tuberculosis control you do a premiumization programs the server standard public health programs but they're just not very many of them so in San Francisco for instance when this started your ten people doing this we were doing the case investigations and then trying to follow up on the context we've added a hundred and forty people to that so just to give you an idea of the numbers and so this ten thousand people that the governor talks about that's the
Coronavirus masks a boon for crooks who hide their faces
"The traditional stick about fit of masks and gloves has turned into go to wear for almost everyone because of the corona virus and that's presenting some challenges to law enforcement the way the FBI tells it Williams ari Lopez but on a mask walked into a Connecticut convenience store looking like a typical pandemic here shopper pulled out a gun and rob the place to use the same memo four times over eight days before his arrest in March two minutes surgical masks in New York's apple duck race track got away with robbing workers of a quarter million dollars law enforcement says it's impossible to estimate just how many criminals are taking advantage of the corona virus to commit crimes the people with masks and disposable gloves have found their way into more and more crime reports across the country I'm Julie Walker
Edwardsville will not deviate from Gov. Pritzker's reopening plan
"What the city of Edwardsville will continue to support governor JB Pritzker's executive orders in a statement mayor hal Patton says that they are sympathetic to the economic impacts of covered nineteen however the city must abide by the executive orders issued by the governor he goes on to say they have joined with other communities to ask the governor to reconsider the review of time period for dancing to the next phase of re opening Illinois plan from twenty eight days to fourteen days they will continue to work together with neighboring communities to advocate for the unique concerns and needs of southwestern Illinois that goes on to say quote it is our recommendation that businesses should consult with their attorney before taking any action that would conflict with the governor's executive
New York City breaks record: 58 straight days with no pedestrian deaths
"Another benefit of having hardly any traffic in New York City for two months now traffic in the Big Apple has been down to a small fraction of the normal daily flow it's made the city a safer place to be on foot there hasn't been a single car versus pedestrian fatality here in fifty eight days that's a record the longest stretch since the city started tracking pedestrian deaths in nineteen eighty four correspondent Steve Kasten
Dr. Varinder Singh: Coronavirus At Ground Zero
"I contracted cove in the middle of March. I had it For two weeks you know I have to tell you that Two things work with this disease. They really do relation. Works Right. Stay isolated the other thing that works to speak to eat We're looking at our conversion rates for our doctors and our frontline workers a appropriate use of PD. Well used we have less than six percent conversion rate but we still have the six percent conversion rate and I think. I'm pretty sure that's probably what happened to me on the front lines and I kind of look at my Cova. Domus all COVADONGA MRS as either. You're really sick or you're not that right it's like a define line And and if you survive it Categorized you in the you weren't that sick 'cause I've seen enough and I think Steve is probably seen enough to know that people that really do get sick with this. Don't where were you one of the guys that just had Hardly anything as far as symptoms are concerned or did you have some serious symptoms. I woke up on Tuesday a Tuesday night. I felt a little headache. And that's one of the known presenting symptoms of it again. I didn't think anything of it I just was like. Are you been working a lot doing a lot of the frontline ships on strange physical and emotional and I woke up? The next morning was Wednesday morning and I felt viral right. My eyes were puffy. They were watery And I had congestion and I knew enough that I should not go to work. I assumed I was awesome. I went and got tested. Did a chest x-ray the blood work and all emergency rooms right now and this is something that the public should know you know we are Cova contained and are pathways for evaluation in American healthcare. Right now are done scientifically. They're done through epidemiology so that you are actually at a low risk of getting Cova seeking medical care and that is very very important because I think a lot of people believe. Oh my God. All those patients are in that building. And if I walk in there that's where I'm actually GonNa get it and that's not true so I did. What everybody should be doing is I went to the emergency room. They had a whole pathway. The screen me before I even got really in the building a pathway which was the viral evaluation pathway Got Tested got chest. Xrays saturation's You know positive and we felt like I could manage myself at home. I can tell you that about four or five days into it. I could not remember what I had done five minutes ago. So this is important because we clearly know that the five to eight day window from the original diagnosis is a critical period of time. Steve Seen this. I've seen this people doing much better much better. They Crash Bang the inflammatory response. And so I actually got into an argument one week into it with my employees health director from the from my home self-isolated saying I'm ready to come back to work. And she was like no. You're not I'm not clearing and I. It's been a week. I have seventy two hours. No fever no cough. I WANNA come back to work. It was like no way. She was great and our after that phone call. It came back on and it came back on me much much worse than it did. The first time and a wound up in the next day. severely dehydrated. I've never been dehydrated in my life. The gave me fluid bag after bag and I just was like I need another one. You know what my own body was saying to me. You need more of this Listen you always become a better doctor when your patient you learn more empathy? You learn what's going on in somebody's head that sphere its anxiety. It's the same questions. I had the same off of like. Wow I still got a big run left in the. I'm not ready to go yet. I mean all the things that every one of us thinks about ourselves they think about and it makes you more empathetic incompassion. Tell us a little of how it makes you feel as doctors in the middle of this thing as you see us opening up with a higher base of infected people then we had even when we locked down in the first place. I don't think we've been hit nearly as hard as New York has. I'm actually very concerned embracing for major impact and very frustrated with the concept that people feel that it's okay to start opening businesses and re assimilate into society the higher density of the virus. I think may much more dangerous than it was in February. The fact that people have basically had enough with social distancing and masking and their frustration which will cause them to be even more lax than maybe they were before I think creates a potentially very dangerous set of circumstances and I think our hospitals will have a huge surge like we had initially but now with a base of patients who already have the disease but enough. You're going to add a sudden peak to that. We're going to feel that pressure. Healthcare professionals be at risk in patients will not be able to get the services that they need and that's at our level in Los Angeles. So how do you feel doctor saying? I can't imagine the pressure that you guys are under right now. At one point we had over four hundred forty patients in the hospital. We would like to think that what we learned early on and disseminated nationally and internationally helped you of you know we. I know that I was on multiple track groups that first week with physicians all over the East Coast positions of Midwest positions on the West Coast. And we still kept those going. Those first six weeks of this awful will you subject to some of the shortages that we all saw on the CUOMO press conference. We knew we were at just enough levels. And so every day you would wake up and you come in and you'd say how many people are under investigation. The merchants from how many people came in and it was just every day more and more and more and then we were scrambling to get stuff. We had People Donating de we had people Donating whatever they could do to to help us get what we needed to get through. It was overwhelming and it still remains overwhelming. You know a Steve. You've seen this when they first started coming in the people that we were discharging by because we were filled so we were trying to triage people to stay at home and call them to see how they were doing. And we all talk about it. You know some fifty five year old guy who comes with a bilateral pneumonia and has a PO to set of ninety four in the pre co era hundred percent would have gotten admitted right just for his own medical health and just because we were scrambling did an amazing job of like built making beds every night every night every day we make more bets but we would try and manage a lot of those patients at home call them and follow them and make sure that they were doing okay Just doing that early on was you realized that we were into something that we've never done before. Can I ask you how many ventilators you have it at Lenox Hill? I don't know the exact number but I can get it for you. Know it's interesting. Everyone talks about. Do you have an ventilators? We have capacity of one hundred ventilators but it always say and who is going to run one hundred ventilators. Did the the rate limiting step on that is not the number ventilators at least in our institutions. We have an ICU. Team of seven people. We could expand that ever so slightly are then going to say seven. Doctors are going to be running hundred ventilators not to mention all the other consoles on the
"eight days" Discussed on KOMO
"Eight days you're listening to ABC news nobody's arts Anders good morning I your top stories on the commode twenty four seven news center several sites around the country being used to quarantine people exposed to coronavirus a Chris loft is with the Washington state patrol says there's a chance people could be sent to the Washington state patrols fire training academy in the north bend area that's a very remote facility no one's been sent there yet and Loftis says this to chance no one will travelers without symptoms of coronavirus who have been in who bay province in the past two weeks are being asked to self quarantine at home people who don't have a home to go to are the ones who would be sent to north bend the two men accused of the shooting last month in downtown Seattle the left one woman dead and seven others hurt have both been formally charged with murder marquis told Britain William Toliver were arrested Saturday leaving a casino on the Las Vegas Strip according to court documents both men have been charged with first degree murder six counts of first degree assault with a firearm it first repossession of a firearm their schedule have an arraignment hearing February nineteenth now you're como traffic in Seattle southbound I. five at I. ninety the right lane is closed for road work overnight until four thirty joint base Lewis McChord the northbound I. five exit to the main gate is closed until five AM and the northbound I. five exit four lane is also closed and it's Coleman the southbound I. five watch for road work near thirty eighth street south of the southbound I. five on and off ramps there are closed until five o'clock in the morning am J. Phillips call twenty four seven traffic now you're como eco roof for K. everybody it is just so soggy out their commuting has been difficult loads of standing water on the roadways in the rain continues to fly the visibility slope the rivers continue to rise and we keep getting these mudslides we had one in Redmond a few days ago one in maple valley yesterday as long as the rain keeps.
"eight days" Discussed on Nickel Package
"I know what the coverage is you turn your back, and then you turn around, and oh people aren't where they're supposed to be. You do not have you cannot diagnose coverage and the fractions of a second. And then deliver an accurate pass. Like, it's it is it seems incredibly impossible. I've never tried to do it. But if you imagine like, all, right? I got maybe second to decide where to throw the ball and get rid of it after I turn my back around like that his of life shooting blindfolded basketball show. So we're lousy. It was making a point about the the miss touchdown to cooks which in real time. When I saw Goth has like would or don't don't. And he explains how right as you just said because a play because he had the back turn when they switched coverage and went from covers three quarters. That's why he has to take it again. You know, that's a flaw. It's not like that's a mistake by him. But it definitely clarifies not only why he did hesitate. But the genius again of the patriots defense and my goodness what a play by. According by the way closing on that bad throw though mad at. Oh. All right. Well, w I don't know if you heard, but since you've been gone, I have acquired an advertiser. Nice big. All right. So fellas today's February six Wednesday eight days away from this. Right. If explosives fourteen right, yes. Eight days away from Valentine's Day. Now. I don't know what my husband is going to get me. I don't know what Dominique is going to get for his lovely wife. But if he's listening Dominic I hope you are you guys should consider getting some from edible arrangements. The freshest food fruit married with the finest chocolate artfully arranged to make a big impression they have over twenty Valentine's Day gifts. I have looked at the mall. I told you last week. I thought the chocolate covered strawberry. Vaca- woods. The. That's what I would want to each their own. What do you think? Actually, what did she like talk covered strawberries, see likes fruit. But she doesn't like chocolate. So I've seen that a bull arrangements that are just straight fruit. I would I would she would get mad at me. If I if I it something in. Chocolates? Like, you don't know me. One thing. And that's your boy. Do this ad..
"eight days" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Twenty eight days, they moved through different communities from assimilated middle class families to rural Inuit trappers up in Nunavut to urban areas. Rife with the pathologies of blight notably the visitors. Learn about Canada's horrifying one hundred twenty year history of residential schools in which indigenous children were taken from their communities and sometimes actually kidnapped to be transported to boarding schools in order to de Indian them the schools were finally shut down about twenty years ago, but they have left generations of trauma. Rick lightning a residential schools. Survivor now, specializing in first nations awareness schooled the visitors. My brother was residential school. And my SIS. Sister-in-law residential school. They were they died alcoholics whatever happened to them in there. But they affect on their children was unbelievable. My father went to the industrial school in red deer. He told me a story they were working out in the fields. And there was a big hole there. And they're bigger boys are bringing in a wheelbarrow, and they dumped it, and there was all these bodies fell in there. And there was little brother David lightning. Some of the shows white stars take this information hard because among the things they came in not knowing was the nature of the education. They had signed up for we originally thought Canadians with strong opinions a sense of adventure and desire to know more about their own country. We ask them a wide range of questions about different politically, charged issues like hunting and environmentalism and indigenous issues, and then as they got further along to the interview process with our costing team and started to see producers. We started to tell them this show will be focused on indigenous, Canada and indigenous issues and at that point. I mean, I imagine in the. States with these kinds of race relations. It's similar people who feel these things are generally not shy intact and Canada, people might be a little bit more shy. Because we found ourselves like really really polite, and this racism that we experience every day is sort of one of our best kept secrets between the digits people and non indigenous people, but people are surprisingly unafraid to say these things the native Canadians that you're adventurers met along the way we're as a group to social army so thoughtful so calm, so why the problem with saving us? They've.
"eight days" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Eight days ago campaigning for reelection on the subject of immigration governor. Rauner stuck his foot in his mouth. He said on the record that immigrants both illegal and legal are stealing jobs from American workers, lowering American wages driving up unemployment and causing crime, all of it bad. He said for the US economy when asked for evidence he had none then four days ago. He said it all again on the record and when asked for evidence he again, had none. The US Labor Department says immigration is good for the economy that despite the number of immigrants being historically high unemployment is historically low and fifteen hundred economists of signed a letter to the congress. It says the current generation of immigrants is a two hundred twenty four billion dollar boost to the economy about crime that Rauner says is caused by immigrants. The FBI says not. True that in nineteen ninety three and a half million illegal immigrants in America and nine murders per one hundred thousand people now there are twelve million illegal immigrants and only five murders per one hundred thousand people with just nineteen days until the election candidate rounder is running behind his opponent Pritzker by twenty points. Which is ample evidence of the damage to a campaign that can be done by a candidate foot in his mouth saying things that are not true or worse. Not knowing what he's saying. I'm Walter Jacobson. And that's my perspective for more. Visit WGN radio dot com or download the WGN radio app. You.
"eight days" Discussed on KTRH
"Gonna be twenty eight days from election day. I wish it was today. People are so fired up right now. They're fired up betas out on the trail. He's going to college campuses. He's going to cut last night. He was in Houston over white oak at some big concert, and he posted a picture with the crowd. And it looked like he tried to make it look like that crowd had shown up for him. Sheila jackson-lee crashed the stage kind of deal, but he tried to act like the crowd was was there for him. That's fine. None of those people are voting. Thank God Lynne high. Yeah. Have you read the book by drew Brees coming back stronger? I have not need to read it, and you need to give it to you, boys. Because it shows you you can do whatever you want the part that hit me was he begged him to let him throw in. They made him. Wait till he shoulder was healed. He threw the ball. It went five feet. Oh. I mean that's heartbreaking. People's including me, I would quit right there. Those guys he's a cut above even in the NFL ranks. But the pain they play through my doctor, Jim months is the doctor for the Astros rockets in the Texans, and we will get to talking about injuries and things like that. And he describes the pain they play through. And and those those guys are out there every week. The completely healthy player is suffering more pain their suffering pain that would have us. We'll have y'all hospitalized or at least in the bed for a week. And they're just playing like it's nothing their threshold for pain..
"eight days" Discussed on Critical Role
"About eight days of travel lead. You finally. To the visual site. Of this central metropolis? Dasha had a few. For whatever a home could be for this motley family. This is it. And you've made it. By the time you arrive after an evening camp, you hit the northern gates outside of the dash by about one o'clock in the afternoon, it would be. Feely a- presents her paperwork to the crowns guard that guard the exterior gate. Without issue, you're in back to the familiar cover, cobblestone streets of the district. You can see the try spires towering over the exterior walls that Mark that district memories of what you've done here times that you I met and made it whatever small impact and strange experiences the city had before you turn. So mighty nine. What he was to do. Out of our long, have we been gone leaves the dash. Three weeks guys are here. I don't know, but kill of with killed. Exactly. And, and I'm sure cripple stats to know. No, I will. I will. I will guesstimate since last much on this and the events. She gets gone through your somewhere in the middle of like three and a half weeks. Pushing somewhere. I'm guessing after all that kind of eight days of travel coming down here. Undo less than probably moving kind of slow moving just carts, nothing horseback. Yeah, you're getting pretty close to the thirty Mark. Also since we spent so much time in those carriages I would have spent a fooled day with my lucky rock, but I found those ideas I had have come to fruition. Just so. All right. This came out. For. I got a new field..
"eight days" Discussed on WLOB
"Have you want on election night and then you waited eight days as attorney general you recused yourself from this process so that you so there was no way anybody could make any comments but just talk about the eight days of intimidation you know it didn't bother me too much other sleeping i've always had it's like it's like having a jury out i i've tried a lot of cases and the hardest part of a case is waiting for the jury but you know you've done everything you could got all the evidence in your shook all the hands you went to the doors you went to every polling place you could you you went to every forum we had more than sixty four and debates you know so we did all that and i said i don't know what else i could do so you know the the evidence is in the jury's out and i had a lot to do in the interim we we had the legislature has been been working with them a lot and then in the office every day an on sunday i got to open up camp that's not bad that's not bad well we're just to be out on the lake listening to lose and bullfrogs searching over the summer blamed house will be well we just wanted to congratulate you you know this is this is a big achievement and there's a big battle between now and november but i i really think this is going to be a very spirited issues oriented campaign and i look forward to that frankly it's gonna be fairly it'd be fun while they're they're good people running you know the thing is all people of integrity are running and i think we can have a spirited issues campaign that stays away from some of the ugliness we see in washington and i certainly hope so i said earlier i think this is one of the u elections i've known in a while even in a state level that there are no bad choices i think whoever wins it's going to be i'm very encouraged in very excited about maine's future no doubt no doubt and marty's running november as well for to go down to washington and in the ugliness there think about that mcclintock thanks very well attorney general janet mills democratic nominee for governor congratulations me and we'll have you back soon a lot more you can count on talking with you thanks again so we are we're here with bob witkowski state representative mardi gras who is also a candidate for congress maine's first district laura allen you do something with the veterans you say you work for the state i thought you were the va doesn't really matter you're a great person that people pray cells that well and i love your hair color you think wow it's awesome so it it actually does matter because we're a state agency the maine bureau veteran services is the primary public advocate for veterans and maine so we collaborate with the va but we are distinctive from so where part of the governor's cabinet and mardi you work closely with her on a lot of stuff a vietnam veteran reached out to me and he had had trouble obtaining his proper benefits since nineteen seventy five and i went to laura and the maine bureau of.
"eight days" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly
"Will it come out that day the gold master you if apple follows a previous patterns the gold master for all four os as will be released that day in and developers will have eight days to work on it and then the tuesday or wednesday before those the hardware launches at all these pushed out so you get it before the new hardware and and the i think i that on the three g was the last one that it at the same day in all the servers crash so now they do it like two two or three days early so it would be the twentieth twentyfirst laughing at your them laughing now i mean if you're listening in audio two cents like i'm in same but uh and he's really got that lip sync and he has a canadian beaver pump noise out of you is a groundhog right we did we we figured out the tail issue last yet he doesn't have a paddle oh it maybe he can give you can switch it are do you want a reboot the try castres have dinner oh candy you could put the rodent down thank you thank you gene it working old three shiite to cambridge i know it all molly new fangs check out molly stick ray sipple smaghi work owned by tribune article series defeat joe's about things that are owed most relevant but north quality so basically aama youtube seems style all day boy pictures irs or uh uh coming up of the steve jobs theater this is from it's kind of interesting spanishlanguage mac magazine.
"eight days" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The first time in eight days what we're seeing is the bloomberg darwin decks coming off at seven days of gains which was its longest winning streak since a january 2016 rubel dr index heading towards its fifty day moving average this after the result of the alabama senate race in which a democrat doug jones of course beat roy more looking at dalian we could buy one tenth of a percent one thirteen a spot forty at other crosses we're looking at eurodollar higher by one tenth of a percent one seventeen fifty four and cable unchanged after three days of losses 133 twenty eight we are of course looking ahead to the fed decision as well that rate hike a today a pretty much prostate stand fully priced in if we look ahead to next year traders rushie pricing into hikes for the first time in nine months will talk more about that with david finnity of emeli v in just a second the 10year yield though steady at two point four percent a robert burgess on the bloomberg asking whether we're going to see a breakout of the 10year range whether traders of going to start fighting the federal european bond markets opening up right now the cash open we'll bring you this process as we get them and us stocks hit another record the msci asiapacific index also slightly higher japan with the odeon decks really underperforming marcus all not no to european stock so they will stall trading in fifty eight minutes time they finish their yesterday at a fiveweek high the futures this morning though looking a little bit more negative that being said eurostoxx fifty futures this will is doc speeches little changed we are seeing a get footsie100 futures little changed as well out on futures though under a little.
"eight days" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Asian stocks eight days of losses longest losing streak in two years with as providing one of the biggest drags on the mci asiapacific index off to the sell off at ain metals yesterday looks like we could see europe open lower as well in just over ten minutes you're talk fifty futures down by nine tenths of a percent cat forty futures down seventenths percent footsie100 futures lower by five for percent dax futures leading the losses down more than one percent right now us you choose pointing lower as well in the fx space where seen dollar weakness against the yen at sort of fits with the risk of theme dalian doubtfire tents sent one twelve th spot zero full meanwhile the euro steady on a one eighteen handle we're looking at one eight t in 22 on your adullah we're seeing a second day of declines for sterling at mean while a cable down threetenths percent one thirty four zero nine is theresa may russia's to put something together she can take back to brussels to break the deadlock in briggs it talks with that we're looking ahead to the guilt market opening just over ten minutes as well the tony get load close yesterday at one point two six percent down three basis points the 10year bund yield is lower by two basis points with just below thirty basis points on that and the 10year treasury yields now lowers well it was steady earlier were down two basis points two point three three percent do keep an eye on the curve as well the fives 30s curve hitting a fresh a decadelow dropping below 60 bases points for the first time since two thousand seven twos tens flattening as well in the session on a 52 handle taking a look what's happening in the commodity space copa steady after it had its biggest drop in almost three years yesterday on the enemy a little bit of weakness in wti and brent that's your bloomberg business flash his uncle hope with more on what's going on around the world good morning narrow california's conducting mass evacuations as a false meeting wildfire has whipped ripped through tens of thousands of acres in a matter of hours prior front as a.
"eight days" Discussed on The NBA Show
"Immediately calls into question the sixers for an office in the sixers medical staff i can't raises arms above his head shoot why is it lies he play basketball especially on a team that has no expectations it's the beginning of the season you're not a playoff race nobody is expecting the sixers to like the world on fire like this is nuts you shouldn't be playing this kitties to import he also not even starting it's not like you would like throw off every single thing you've been doing since training camp right like he's he's not eight out it's been like a revelation watching semons in mbc this really find we can't can we got the men's restriction but it's but they weren't even like relying on fall and that's fine nobody realized cheese like that's the thing that so doubts about this year is that we're all like always this guy of bust yet and it's like spent three games it's fine literally been eight days it feels like get like i feel like we were morning gordon hayward injury like a year ago financial so long i know so then you have the second report that is about a cortisone shot i think that one you take your take away from the second quote is more he's got some discomfort he's got some pain were treating it with anti inflammatory shots are word or painkillers shots were working through it it also like dating it on october fit make it makes it seem like really ongoing issued a sixers were apart over aware of so we were the first the first report was like why isn't the team involved in this at all iq wear the sixers the second one make see much more collaborative they've been involved but overall this just makes everyone look really bad so then this morning you wake up.
"eight days" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"eight days" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Government shutdown another eight days it shut down another eight days what happen the second temporary measure ending a shutdown meant to allow more time for negotiation didn't last long so there was still fighting among themselves so you had from september to december ninth government shutdowns totalling twenty eight days eight days anybody miss anything no and congratulations far more abortions the fifth government shutdown opt the take this also through the bottom of the break september thirty the rock tober eighteen eighteen days president carter same democrats massive majority in the senate massive majority in the house so we have all these government shutdowns so far one under ford and four with a democrat democrats control both houses of congress and the white house congress passed a defence bill including funding for a nuclear powered aircraft carrier carat carter judge the carrier wasteful in vetoed it boy those were the days when congressional democrats actually wanted to fund the military that those days are gone six government shutdown eleven days eleven days who is president carter who control the senate democrats fifty eight to forty two who controlled the house democrats to seventy seven to one fifty eight while the house wanted to raise congressional and senior civil service pay president didn't wanna do that among other things they shut down the government or eleven days the six time the government was shut down i've got more we'll be right back.
"eight days" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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"eight days" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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