28 Burst results for "Enrica"
"enrica" Discussed on Comeback Szn
"No you off because you're lafayette which opened the season beating the shit out of state. Last year they have hype. Yeah but it's not about hype it's about non staying on a non power five team. They can go. They could beat. They could beat texas open. The season period they can easily be texas open the season and then they're often running. They're going to be like they'd be texas. They're like seventeen the country they went again. The you look up in week five. They're like twelfth. That's how that's how. I could go for them. But they need access to be good as well. I don't think it would hurt. Once they get once. You get the initial bobbing us. And then you keep proving that you're just beating teams. I don't think retroactively go back. During the year in really correctly is that they're going to be other sunbelt. Teams disagree with these things like lsu last year with mississippi state e-e-exactly becker itself. Oh i see. I see what she. Oh okay. so you're saying that like if they go. Twelve and in texas stinks. Nobody's going to be well. Actually i could see that the to get up here. Is that an old british cop. Trolley was that i think. Are they really around area. Yeah i thought a new york. What relax mrs on his new york. Jewish lady jewish jewish comedian. Like that show. It's very Inappropriate arizona state. What's going to happen with them. Which i got hired still haven't yet out of them. Tough luck enrica hesam. Yeah it'll have the logo on. It doesn't matter. This is the hot seat. Like how fast and flagging fired then. The bounceback like penn state lsu michigan. Virginia tech. Make you nervous at the beginning. You gotta go. There wasn't a waffle line cautiously optimistic. But they're playing for the coach's job like in virginia tech a good home home advantage. It's i nothing new. There's no game. I'm walk into this year. That unc is like a work fine. Can i have a storyline that has to do with college football. But it's more nfl. But i am curious to ask you about this. What week do you think. Matt jones will start for the patriots. Same etlinger took for seem ups. The dolphins ones is going to be back. The dolphins are gonna be them. Wait one and it could be any time after that. I don't think that they will start him before week. Four when the tampa bay buccaneers coming to foxborough. I don't think that bill belichick is playing. Tom brady again with matt jones. I could see it happening right after that. 'cause cam is just not good anymore in comparison obviously no. He's not. I mean you but you can't play mack jones against tom brady you job always think If you more What would your phone your rattle. Yeah you're no friend of mine. Whatever and with different motions him. There wasn't a dick pic. Okay we've really weird of his friend. Dick pic just to compete question about notre dame Reloading full stanley. He said the pageantry. I'm pretty sure. I wanna cry. The first time in a football stadium. Can i please say i'm going to cry. My eyes out at the. I live cultural show this year walking on that stage. I'm just gonna cry. just right there in columbia. Excuse me that's not right so north yet. Why are you doing your hair on my mic. We lost him. Yes osmium on us. We've lost him okay. Let's let's let's the podcast graphic martin through six. No no no save it it because if you're tender six is one of our top five we can argue about it. Let's go home. what'd you get like. What ex from your wife a little comfortable okay. Relax. then that's college football. You anything else jack. You got anything else katie. What about you all right. Have a good day tonight. that's unnecessary. We'll be seeing you monday..
"enrica" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"I'm like boy. Iraqi that sort of highlights on fight so big robbery on it knocked down for mike lattes relied on the highlights do controlling the pace of the fight. So i gotta go back and watch the whole fight. The fires controlling the rain on michael fox outside a lot i never seen michael really tried to dictate the pace of the thought. The other guy did so. I mean i can see what people say robbery. But you'll be on to really understand the sport and look at it from another level like even on amateur level teaching kids. I started understand what would ring. Generalship is really is all about. But i mean i gotta go back and watch the fight. I seen. It was clean. Knocked down but That's all i got on airport with based on this canola thing. Charlie the comment about aerospace And you guys in my campbell. At one time you guys was supposed to be the Was supposed to be the mandatory well. He's still confident. With all these other fighters he mandatory but y nello why he buy he come with all these cases when cannella gotta fight these mandatory. He cut the gotta history of a lot of mediatory and stuff like that. So i think mature random up the show because you get on the phone. That's you know that's why I wanted to keep the same entity. Burqas you only other fighters would. They don't do a why they're not fighting each other. This and then we'd come down to connect canal he get all the He get all excuses in. The world is stuff like that so i mean. He says that. I had me dying left the nest you kept coming chart rica was enrica vescio the slick trying to downplay chore like oh yeah man you gotta speak up you. You got to explain yourself to them. But then he's still listed on the side of i've been in situations like that and You know i i i would go up. They rica. 'cause he'd he'd been instigated. Does he come in from the side but upped. I like you see your topic when i came on and weekday. Then you start throwing across. Because i'm a. I'm like this could never need to fight american idol. Yes that's plant and stuff like that. He he has a style. And i i think keller has a strong chance on being we tied to a camello making these diva antics and all that he opened boxes. Cannella is not over boxing. You know he's a boxer. He's a he's a big. He's a big name big face part of boxing. But actually if you look at it you making boxing the bay and stuff like that. So i think cannella lead the fight these people. I'm tired of this stuff if not move on. I'm with kelly plan. We argued about this while back. I like our callup plant. Move them also the lady. The judge defy is married to a wba. yes zak. Yeah so the highlights of this borough in spanish being as crazy that seed as shit like i didn't like the fight like jt..
"enrica" Discussed on Atheist Nomads
"The american family association to write an alternate version of it where the patriotic protesters are being treated like shit for their protests. When no no weren't patriotic protesters there an angry mob who overrun the capital and our final news story. Enrica theriault who is the founder and head of the proud boys. He's pled guilty in federal court to two charges from burning a black lives matter banner that he stole from a black church in washington. Dc this winter. The charges were so one was for destroying the banner destruction of private property and the other was About attempted one count of attempted possession of a large capacity ammunition feeding device. He claimed that he was telling the high capacity magazines to someone when the cops picked him up and he had to monitor him so this all came down on december. Twelve twenty twenty were two massive pro-trump rallies with a bunch of extremists. Speaking the proud boys were there and wants to got dark. They started getting into violent fights with counter. Protesters went to the asbury united methodist church. Which is the oldest black church in the city and took. The back lives matter. Banner a couple blocks away from it and then lit it on fire. three other black churches in dc. That night were also vandalized so he then returned back to washington. Dc from his home in miami on january four twenty twenty one to participate and another pro trump rally where he got arrested for destroying the banner that he bragged about on social media apparently with him getting arrested and of course he's only facing one hundred and eighty days in jail and up to a two thousand dollars in fines and he's awaiting sentencing hearing on august twenty three and he's been ordered to stay out of washington. Dc while awaiting that Interestingly since he was arrested word broke out on january. Twenty seven that he had been a prolific informant for the fbi and law enforcement after his twenty twelve arrest for rebranding and reselling stolen medical devices and then between him. Not being there for the january six insurrection and being ousted for outed for being a federal informant. The proud boys are starting to split up. Some chapters are declaring themselves to be autonomous. So it'll be interesting to see what happens. With the fracturing of a modern neo-fascist hate group and feedback. We got some messages. From mrs bates. Motel on dischord dustin. Lauren just started listening to the episode. That came out today for sixteen. Just gotta say. I'm one hundred percent okay. Waiting for a few days of it means getting to enjoy the back and forth between the two of you. It's not that. I don't enjoy your soul episodes deaths in. It's just that there's something about getting to hear a conversation that gives it the extra personal element side note when i was listening to episode four fifteen. And you're talking about reincarnation. You said something about about being bad leading view being reincarnated as something bad like a cat or worse and i yelled a woman right as you said it and then laughed and laughed at least something for my southeast asian anthropology course stuck. I remember getting an instant disdain. For buddhism upon learning that particular negative information gonna catch the episode before bed as always much love and keep up the good work and then another one was. Oh my god listening to you. Quote the christian creeds is giving me flashbacks to methodist confirmation as a teenager. Oh man it's it's good to hear the the back and forth is worth it. And i totally agree. It's the majority of what this podcast has been throughout the you know now. Four hundred and seventeen episodes has been me having conversations with people. It's been different people at different times. But that's been the main core of it and just me talking into the microphone. Having a conversation with people who aren't actually here is not the same as having a conversation with somebody that i'm talking to so yeah it's it's a totally different style and it is way harder to keep it as personal and to make it feel like i am talking to each and every one of you individually which is impossible to do especially considering that the audience is bigger than any of the churches i ever preached and even then even if you can make eye contact with everybody in the congregation can't actually you're not actually having a conversation with each one of them. No you're just. Yeah i'm rambling. That's it for this week. If
"enrica" Discussed on ESPN FC
"I've gone with france to andrew. I tink i've gone with francis a whole. I mean the only really played the football. They are capable of doing for forty five minutes in this tournament. And that was against Switzerland it was exhilarating but like a brief brief candle Turkey were horrendous. It's almost much more from them. And the dutch were as dear. Telegraph said throwing sandon or is also uefa. Forget the final for a second. Generally across this tournament the constant pandering to the governments in hungary in azerbaijan to the point where they had to distort and twist their own message on a gb t equality was just disappointed. You know if we said this before you're not have been things if you say you're four equality your four inclusion and then you just waiver on it because you wanna keep Some autocrat happy. The generally speaking i would say the the overall Format of this tournament was also a disappointment. I mean not even necessarily the twenty four team format. I mean the idea of there. Being games played across the entire continent numb. I thought it created a little bit of imbalance in terms of certain teams getting certain advantages. you know the difficulty for fans to To be a part of it because of the weather straight. Yeah i absolutely. I felt they got absolutely screwed by the by the by the system. And i think safran has said he he personally would not want. I think he was speaking in in the royal. We that you wear for wouldn't go back to this. This format again was supposed to be a one off right. This was supposed to be for the sixty year anniversary. They wanted like they had this ideal. All of your. I mean i don't know. But yeah i would say it. Didn't it didn't land the way that maybe they had hoped it would all right. Who stock rose the most. I have a few i've got. I've got a few here as well do you want. Do you wanna go first. Yes sure i mean. I'll go with my my most obvious one i. I don't know maybe. Italian fans will disagree and say his stock was already high. But i just. I just come out of this. Viewing federico as differently than i did coming in. I always knew he was a good player. Obviously he's adventists. But now i kind of him as a world elite and. I didn't necessarily do that before so for me. It's it's kind of simple. I like he kind of really upped himself up into the next ashkelon of of really talented young players So him for one The other one somewhat quickly here because we've talked a lot about him pedri again just a young player of the tournament for me for i think officially to at just eighteen years old to be playing and by the way. Jj so he played all that time for barcelona during the season then he came to this tournament and played like a billion minutes and his summer is not over. he's he's gonna be playing in the olympics for spain. This is like yeah. But but meanwhile like weston mckennie like the thought of of appeals. Second rain like setting foot in the. Us for the gold cup is just not like it's impossible again. I get it. I'm not criticizing bear halter. Just funny that like pedri could never stopped playing but like guys who played in one game for the concha captioning nations league. It's like no that's it. Shut him down. But like i saw a accord from louis c. k. about pedri. It really sums it up. This is from his own manager says what patriots done in these euros. I have never seen with an eighteen year old. not from anyone in the euro's world cups olympic games. It's something away from all logic. That's a nice thing to say to have your manager. Say about you so proud patriot. He's he's going to be just a brilliant brilliant player. I agree i think In my stock rising. I have spin zola for his early performances. And your stock always rises in your absence. Never forget that I talk variety was excellent. Kiiza and patriot have included. I think lewis enrica as a manager. His stock has gone through the roof. yeah recall is to is through the roof strong. It's not a good call because spain. We all thought that spain could only do one thing. And i think we came out of this tournament not feeling that way about them that they fun to watch that they were really like an added bonus to this tournament. Yet roberto mancini. Obviously i think whole luis enrica changing style spans. Dna still pretty solid in the possession. Game roberto mancini to do what he did with an international team. And i know they couldn't always play like that but who does in the nocco tournament of a knockout stages of tournament even even the great brazilian teams didn't always come up and play with the same kind of Spirit as they had group stages mancini for me masterful masterful performance from him span. Imports goes twenty thirty world cup. Bid for reasons. As i've already said i think luke shawl constantly ramming it down the throat of joe's marine. You know just wonderful performance. I mean as good as united fans will tell you is being for them any has to do it on this kind of stage into score a goal in the semifinal was like dotson other thing for me for twenty minutes. Garrett's okay so show giving de lorenzo such a tough time and then decided not to keep doing it. Just madness to me. I thought iron ramsey had a great tournament is well. I enjoyed his goal against turkey. As much as i've enjoyed anything I think italian football stock has risen under. This is a country who despite what people will tell you with grateful pulling nation. Well it's twelve game is in serious bother. I believe and it's not in decline but it is in bother even when you see inter-milan top team rather internacional as they want to be called You know top team like this struggling hugely financially and the whole tobacco there who was going to buy the tv deal spitting writes all of that. I think this was a grit summer for italian football. That their national team could could embody such positively and denmark as a country. The way it came together for this summer the football they played in in the wake of you know unfathomable trauma watching team it. Pass away on the field only firm to come back to life Amazing demer provided so many amazing moments in this tournament. And that's my stock risen. I had one other one which is an interesting one just like i. It's a player. We talked about five years ago and then didn't and now five years later. I thought renato sanchez. At portugal had a really strong tournament is as we saw him win. This competition as child there were such huge hopes for him and then he is about with byron. Went to swazi. Didn't work and then he kind of disappeared except not really because he's been lille where he was a big part of their title-winning campaign season. And now you know the these euros almost like a rebirth for his public profile. So what happens. There's already talked. There's already talk about liverpool. Being interested in tottenham being interested in them so we'll see what happens but he was. He was really fun to watch for portugal avenue. It needs to happen now for him as he's Just twenty three maj doing all that in your career age. Twenty-three people consider your disappointment. Doesn't seem fair but.
"enrica" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan
"Over the years the legend of the stuff left in the house has grown. There's the legend of the christmas tree in the living room. Complete with wrapped presents underneath one. Rumor was the pearl. Simmons had already put up their tree and wrapped their gift. But a it's unclear this alleged christmas tree ever existed. I didn't see any pictures of it and be not for nothing but the person's jewish that doesn't mean that they didn't celebrate christmas. I'm jewish and. I grew up celebrating christmas but i don't think the tree even if there was a tree and those presents were there's but if the in rica's family never moved in who is celebrating christmas in that house also who are all these people who have a christmas tree and wrapped presents by december. Six am i the only one running around on december twenty third grabbing the last tube of wrapping paper left at cvs. Another rumor that the enrica says possibly rented the house to tenants at some point who suddenly fled the home in a panic on the anniversary of the murder slash suicide. This seems like a stretch first of all. No one knows for sure. If there ever were any renters in the house on glendower's place and second. If there were renters one would hope they would have been alerted to the events that took place there in december nineteen fifty-nine and if they are ready knew what would make them suddenly flee and never return like even if they thought they saw a ghost or neighbor kids. Were playing a prank trying. To scare them one would think they might return the next.
"enrica" Discussed on Brown Ambition
"If we become more optimized in our finances. How much money can we have. So i literally when. I came home and told them in the first time he looked at me. Like what are you talking about. And then over time what i did was. I didn't push him to. This is really important because you come up with the realization or have an epiphany. Does it mean like your partner. Will they have they have. They're on whole another time line. So i respected that but also started to show him like the numbers like i created the spreadsheet and it showed like if we do this like first of all. Step back from the spreadsheet. What does a life look like now that we enjoy. And what does the life look like now in like twenty years right when the kids are this age and like they're at the house and we can travel. And how can we balance that now. So we started with the dream of our lives what they are now what we want them to be and then we did numbers around. It and i showed him well if we do this. Make these changes in our finances. Save it invest this much over time we can. Have you know over a million dollars in twenty years and we can do all these things and that started to get him excited. It's because instead of me just seeing it and talking he saw the numbers. And then the other thing. I really was important to say was. Yeah i want to do this. I quit my job but also like you know. I'm the mom i'm i'm the one giving birth and having three kids i also have the crazy commute. See my husband his job. Maybe like ten minutes away from our house so he also knew the pressure of just like my life and he wanted me to be happy. And so i made sure that like not only like we were going to pursue what i wanted like in terms of career or quitting my job. But what is it that you want. So i definitely we made sure they include his wants in hopes like into what we were doing. You know. I don't really care about having a nice car we used to have nice cars quote unquote back in the day before kids and getting a little bit more optimized with our finances but i said look if i can i want buy you a car. You know like it. Was things like that. That got him excited. So that way we both were with my way into baby. I said save for a tesla. Let's once for tuzla. Yeah let's messing for a tesla. It's so important because he is a little bit more like fancier than me right like i'm good. We kind of just like bare minimum. But sometimes fancy he's like. If i could do a fancy all the time i would so talking about it in that term really helped to let him know that. This is a team effort. It's not just about what jamila wants and also like if i'm miserable 'cause i'm working and driving all this time like the whole family is not going to be happy so let's work to a place that we can get to. And so he. He eventually got bored with that. But he's very easy going and laid back. Thank god for that in terms of he pretty much trust me we have the open conversations about it and even when it came to quitting my job because that was huge like my income was more than half of the families combined income and so if it would almost better if i was a teacher and then he has his career because then like you know he can kind of stay on his trajectory but for me to walk away was like a big step because what does that look like as a family. We have three kids. We have a mortgage like so we literally had to save up enough money to cover our expenses while journey to launch started to become more stable and that was scary. But we did it together we had the conversations and it. It's it's working out so far. So that's no that's wonderful. I also have always been. It's so funny. How the you know a no shade to your husband. I always talk to my husband. I'm like dude. You work for the government and you have the buddhist taste like. Where do you come off with this. Like what like. I must he. Has this very specific t shirt brand. He gets custom shirts. I'm like i'm the one shopping in the clearance rack at h. m. but statements. You i we i was. I was earning probably like two three x what he's was earning at the at my peak. Earning career in corporate america so to speak but That's so that's so funny. And it's also you know shouts out to shut partners on a pa- genders on it but partners who are willing to. Maybe maybe they have their doubts but they just you know. Have those in the shower alone. They they support and they you know have faith in their partners to to really bet on themselves and to take their career to a different place. That's really wonderful that he's been supportive to you. And i i appreciate you talking about the whole the the values you know and how you as a partner i've struggled with this too. I probably a little bit more than it. Sounds like you did. But i was like. It was very hard for me to start to share in the values based investing like so for example. You know. I had no problem spending money on values or experiences that i particularly wanted to have but when it came to a you know if it was a car or you know i don't know concert or something like you know. Enrica really wanted it was it was like It's not really worth it. And i had to had to learn to share in. That was that was probably my one of the more difficult challenges for me financially. Like mentally as a spouse was bringing them in and being open to you know they're what they value would not not discounting and making that a part of the overall plan. Yeah it's important just like for me. I think as growing up without really. I didn't have a father in my life. I had father figures. I didn't really have a close relationship with them. And so i was like for me. Value-based things like the simple. Even though i say he's fancy like the other things that he's about which is like family and he's very grounded and supportive like it's like one of the first signs like i saw in him like when we first started dating years ago that i said like out of all the things i want someone it would be the opposite of what i knew my dad to be and so i think whatever that is i know some people people like that and they don't they don't turn out to be this way eventually but he that's what he is and who he is and so even as an entrepreneur now like i know like having three kids like he's an equal partner in the house and in parenting. I still feel like. I do a little bit more. But i feel like he is as much equal as outside of my controlling self. He can be in terms of how i like things done. And it's been when people say. How do you do.
"enrica" Discussed on The Mental Mastery Alliance
"Jitterbug. Let's dance ladies and gentlemen of jitterbug but now we have mass information. Now we have the ability to communicate with everybody. Here's another thing to back twenty thirty years ago when it comes to fear the entire world is supposed to be kept in a state of fear perpetual fear ozone layer cold war blah blah blah. Were all at war. Were enrica died any moment now. But since that since we since it's politically incorrect to be mad at china or russia we have met each other and ourselves so the doublespeak again the political doublespeak and the fearmongering from covert and from this. This vaccine virus bullshit is designed to make you fight with yourself as item. Make you fight with your neighbors designed to make you fight period feel helpless and hopeless. This is the this is the by all means the definition of over supposed to be doing right. Now there's something about this ethos this world this experience that we're having that says if you're low vibrational character things changed for you and they and it's like there's a game being played. I don't know i don't know i'm just. I'm just reporting the facts. The facts that icy. I'm just taking a look at things. I don't know i don't know what i do know. Is i have the ability to ask the bigger fucking questions. I don't know i could be. This could be the beatings of the rams of madman. But i'll tell you what really sounds crazy to me is anyone that believes joe. Biden's doing a good job and when that believes as gas shortage was by accident when he was in office for two minutes and he's like shutting down the pipeline and then boom gas shortage and then boom mysterious attack to see what happens to the east coast. And i think i saw lady buck and putting gas of garbage bag. You know the shit. Seoul staged anyway crypto currency to me is going to be the middle ground between this and the quote unquote new world order. One world order one world government one world currency one world. Whatever now if they get their who cares. There is no end result. Ladies and gentlemen there is no. We're all headed towards one thing. You know what fuck it if you wanna take it right if you guys want if not you guys but if they wanted to have this one world government. Why wouldn't they just do it read. So there's so much more of these conspiracies and all these things that we can think about and the problem here now lies with us. This is now. This is now dedicated to you and me. Ladies and gentlemen don't argue with people. Don't think that you're right and don't be overly righteous. Because every single person came to the knowledge that they have based on the research that they've done research that you haven't done therefore every piece of information at every single person has is valid to them equivalent. Imagine being in grade twelve in shitting on a grade three person because they don't know what you know. That's the same thing that we're doing with all of these people. All of these levels of education and i mean levels of education is in what we've done the research on plus what we've been allowed to see plus the fact that all of the internet and everything that we've ever used to do. Our research has been sheltered. shifted changed. Altered bleeped out blacked out censored cover literally living in a giant world of catch twenty. Two were all we're getting is redacted bullshit everywhere and everyone's got the answer use duct dot go use this that fuck it's just more dissension. It's more of opportunity to fight so keep doing everything that you're doing but remove the anger and aggression when dealing with each other. That's my only statement. Really on this whole thing to crypto and how we talk to each other and if you're angry at somebody if you think they're in idiots don't fuck and talk to them you don't have to impress your will on everybody period. This world is designed for everybody to have their own thoughts. And that's really fucking cool. There's no need to be angry. there's no need to be low. Vibrational angry agitated. Anything like this. The world is working against all of us every single thing that we can literally look at working against us. What's real and what's tangible as the people in front of us and the people in front of us depending on who you're talking to are trying to get you to see the bigger picture. What the people that are regurgitating. The standard story don't understand. is that each. And every one of us came from there we once drank the koolade and then like the coolest man crashed the walls of reality. And everything's a little different and everything's a little bit changed since then so sure have conversations with people and if you can make them up to a certain things then great do it but don't lose sleep over. Don't stress out over it. Don't harrowed and don't don't let anyone that's not quite able to see things dictate how you see things so if you are kind to yourself if you are kind to each other than good things do happen and i firmly believe that all of this stuff is designed to be to be perpetually crazier than it was yesterday so that we wake up just a little bit more ladies and gentlemen in the infamous words of red green. Keep stick on the ice. Thank you for listening. Today's mental mastery. Leather t no. You're listening using the hashtag. Na and mental reliance want more motivation insurer all on on his mental. Math reliance on facebook at mental map reliance and remember your perception creates your reality day. You've got it pontiac..
For the first time in decades, vaccines are having a moment
"Healthcare reporter at The Wall Street Journal. X for joining us, Peter Thanks for having me on Lot is being made right now about the vaccines were obviously going through the rollout. Things are ramping up. But, you know, I really have found very fascinating. The story of how these vaccines have come to be in the new technologies that were using. Obviously, the Fizer and Moderna vaccines are using this M or in a technology. We've never had a vaccine that has been approved before. And Johnson and Johnson, the new one that just got approved. They also are using new technology. There's is a little different. It's called viral vector technology. You know, these brand new things are showing a lot of promise and big hopes for Writing, you know, infections in the future, other pandemics, just other diseases. There's a lot of potential with all of these. So, Peter, tell us a little bit about your reporting on this. You know, Vaccines have been around for a couple 100 years, and for most of that time they used sort of tried and true method of making them and a lot of cases. That meant Taking part of the virus of the pathogen that you want to try to protect against. And using it in the vaccine itself to deliver that into the body to induce an immune response. And so those air still in use, But there have been efforts over the past few decades. Find new ways to make vaccines and the pandemic has really brought that out in the sense that, you know, even though some of these technologies were years in the making this pandemic has sort of been there moment to actually deliver, if not for the very first time, then In the biggest way possible for that. Vaccine technology and so As you mentioned the first couple vaccines used this messenger RNA technology and this Johnson and Johnson, one uses a viral vector technology and they're both Newer ways of making vaccines, and they both involved. Essentially delivering the genetic code and genetic instructions that tell the body to do certain things to induce the an immune response rather than deliver. The actual virus into the body that you're trying to fight against. We've talked about the M R D vaccines for a bit now only because they were approved first from Fizer, Moderna, Johnson and Johnson, as I mentioned recently approved They're using this viral vector technology. Tell us a little bit more about that. It's different from the old ways as you were describing, but they still use a virus that they kind of readjust to help do this. So how does the viral vector stuff work? There. That's a good point, because I don't want to mislead people to think that there's no viral material in these viral vector event vaccines, But the difference is that you're using a virus that has Essentially nothing to do with the disease You're trying to combat and the general concept for these viral vector vaccines is to take one harmless virus and to use it against more deadly virus. And so in the case of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine A couple others. They're out there for cove is like the one from AstraZeneca and University of Oxford is to take something called it in a dental virus, which is Relatively harmless virus that can cause common colds or conjunctivitis. And to tweak it in such a way so that if it's injected into your body, it's not going to cause disease is not going to cause the coldest fellow certainly not going to cause coverted. It serves as sort of a carrier, and it's modified in a way so that it actually then carries Edna that tells the body's cells. Make this spike protein that found on the surface of the coronavirus finding that right virus of such an interesting part of this story, Johnson and Johnson decided they were going to go this route. Viral vector technology, and they had to be on the hunt or the right virus because there was also concerns. You know you're using viral material. What if you build up an immunity to that specific virus, then could you build up an immunity to the vaccine itself? So they were on the hunt for a very specific one to use as well. That question of whether this viral vector or this sort of carrier that makes up the vaccine is going toe compose an issue and so in the past there have been in is where that's been a problem. And I think it's not been entirely solved. And so in the past, the problem was that when they tried using one of these dental viruses to be the sort of carrier in the vaccine in people who had pre existing immunity to that identify Iris that this common cold virus it's sort of interfered with The effectiveness of the vaccine against various diseases. And so what Johnson and Johnson had to do was sort of figure out. Okay, Well, we need to pick the right carrier that the right dental virus and you know, ideally one that is just not that common out in the world so that not as many people have pre existing immunity to it. But even the people who do have preexisting immunity to it. Maybe it's not going to be such a strong immune response against the carrier that would interfere with the underlying vaccine is trying to do Tell me a little bit more about Johnson and Johnson and the company. You know how they got into this because my understanding I'm obviously we know Johnson and Johnson for a myriad of products, but they're fairly new to the vaccine game. And they didn't achieve a little bit of success with an Ebola vaccine using this viral vector technology also, so you know how did that work out for them? And then obviously they transition into working on the covert virus. He's got the world well known brands that you alluded to band aid baby powder, and they've long had a very strong prescription drug business. So drugs like Remedy Cade that that treat people who are already sick and then there are major player but they've not been a major player in vaccines. And so about 10 years ago, they decided they wanted to get into vaccines. More so they bought this Such a biotechnology company called Crew Cell, and that's really where this viral vector technology came from that JJ is using, and so they kind of spent. Several years just designing vaccines against various infectious diseases and then running them through the regular series of tests, So this would be things like Ebola. Enrica. Then they were able to start testing they rebel a vaccine using this sector technology in Africa after I think first after that, the really big outbreak in West Africa five or six years ago and then more recently In the Congo, where there was another outbreak, and so they went through the whole series of studies for that vaccine, and then eventually got European Commission approval for it in the middle of last year. So now they do have this sort of platform that Could work not only against over 19 but also against Ebola's and then potentially additional infectious diseases the night in fact, they even have the vaccine and development for HIV, which is sort of been this Notoriously difficult virus to target in the form of a vaccine. I mean, it's so interesting how far we've come. How much we've learned about the human body so much so that you know we're hacking the genetic software. You know of the body to produce these things. You know all these insights into the immune system that we've gained have led us to this stuff. So what's the promise for these things Like, you know, what can we expect? I know they're working on Vaccines for other diseases. Gene therapies, There's a lot of promise with us Yeah, And it's in a way. It's sort of the convergence of a couple different strains that have been going on in pharmaceutical research and academic research. And that is The genetic revolution on the one hand, but also immunology, and that's immunology is kind of feeding into both. Vaccines to prevent disease but also ah, whole new class of drugs to treat disease by in some way affecting the immune system. And so I mean, there are people that Infectious disease experts who say that this is really the golden Age of vaccine ology that these advances kind of signal that and think that it really shows that there's promised to really target a lot of Other infectious diseases. And in the case of Ah, big emerging outbreak like we've seen To do it in a way that is really quick and can actually Have in effect in actually stemming of pandemic. While it's under way, you know, rather than just developed paintings and the normal timeline of many years that the pharmaceutical industry is used to Yeah, And in the
Proud Boys leader arrested in Washington, D.C.
"Supports President Trump is arrested. The leader of the proud boys was arrested in Washington, D. C Monday as he arrived ahead of protests planned by supporters of President Donald Trump. 36 year old Henry Enrica. Torrio was taken into custody after reward was issued for his arrest for destruction of property. Torrio is accused of burning of black lives matter banner that was torn down from the historic Black Church in downtown Washington last month. Dario told the Washington Post he had participated in the burning and said he would plead guilty to destruction of property and paid the cost of the banner. Mike Rossi, a
Nearly 30 arrested after clashes at Trump supporters rally in Washington DC
"With police arrests and at least four stabbings yesterday as supporters of President Trump held a Maga march here in Washington, D. C. The crowds were smaller. But the message stayed the same. A defiant rejection of Joe Biden as the next president, based on debunked accounts of election fraud. NPR's Hannah Allam was at the rally and she is here with us now. Good morning. High. By now, states have certified their election results. Courts have weighed in, and there's simply no evidence of significant of voter fraud. What's left for Trump supporters to say with these rallies well, they definitely want to keep up the pressure and keep alive the stop the steel narrative this baseless idea that the election was rigged, but it's also about much more than that. It's a networking and recruiting opportunity for the right right wing groups that always show up to events like this. And while some say they'll never accept Biden is president, the reality is setting in for others. Now that you know they're guy will indeed have to leave the White House. So several speakers were talking about looking ahead, organizing around some of their other pet issues. The Second Amendment rejecting a Corona virus vaccine, keeping quote unquote, the Socialists at bay. So it's just a rich soup of conspiracy and disinformation that doesn't go away when Trump leaves. And then, for a smaller French. There was a much more overtly violent tones in the last march, not only in the Chanting and the slogans but an actual violence and beatings. I witnessed least late last night after the rally, some really chilling scenes. And so yeah, the most militant right wing activists have said quite clearly now that they won't be settling for marching in the streets and that they're ready to fight. Even before the rally began, one extremist group made headlines. The leader of the proud boys, Enrica Terrio, visited the White House early Saturday. The proud boys, of course, were known as a violent gang. Some extremism trackers call them a hate group. Trump famously told them during a debate to stand back and stand by. So what? May I ask? Was the leader of the proud boys doing at the White House? Yeah, that's still a bit of a mystery. The White House has said Torrio was not specifically invited that he was part of a public tour. But that's just not exactly how it works for the general public. I saw Enrique Terrio at the rally and asked him directly about the visit. He told me he was their quote as just a guest. Hey, said he didn't see or meet with the president. He didn't get into specifics, though. I also asked what it meant for the proud boys to have that kind of access. And he said it shows they've come a long way as he put it. And he says they're using their platform to push for election reforms, for example of federal voting card Here's Terry Oh, it's not for the next four years. This is all you're going to see. When Biden preaches a message of unity, he asked him Listen to us, too. So the problem with stereo talking like he's moderate who's interested in Biden's message of unity is that you can't say that by day and then unleash remembers at night to roam the streets, harassing and beating up anyone you perceive as a leftist, and that's exactly what I and many others recorded the proud boys doing last night. One of the national security implications of the ideologies we saw swirling around yesterday at this big public rally Well for many years now, According to the FBI, the violent far right has been the deadliest and most active domestic terrorism threat. These ideologies and groups were mainly confined to the fringe. Now we see the leader of the proud boys getting a tour of the White House Later the same day I saw his members corner and beat two young black men. The member proud Boys were filmed ripping a black lives matter. Banner off a historic black church and you see a zoo. You noted their stabbings and arrests. So yeah, the mainstreaming of extremist groups is a hallmark of the trump era. And analysts say it's going to be a heavy lift for the Biden administration to reverse that and to prevent political violence from snowballing. That's NPR's Hannah Allam. Thank you very much. Thank you, Lulu.
No knocking Bellinger's homer celebration in World Series
"Rod Cody bellinger hit what amounted to be the game winning homer during game seven of the. And probably separated his shoulder. Later, when he was celebrating with his team manager Dave Roberts conceded bellinger's not one hundred percent. He could have issue swinging the bat with that bump shoulders. Here's the question is if foul or fair to say, the dodgers will be better off sent him bellinger to the bench during the series. That's foul to that is a foul. I mean, this guy's a game changer I mean the plays that he makes them the outfield and he's already ran into a couple of them in the playoffs they ran into a big wouldn't just the other day you gotTa have been there. My only question is what's wrong. With Enrica, Hernandez the guy that gave him at four on they need to sit him down. He's letting too many ways McCoy, balance your. Line of the dodgers as talented. But this was rookie of the year and you also was an MVP and another thing speaking from a professional standpoint as the hitting coach when you have a guy that has an injury like that to the shoulder he kind of slows everything down swing blue shorter he gets off tonight in my opinion he's up something special in their series that would be corey bellinger.
"enrica" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Sitting up in the rock, pile and all I could do with my binoculars was staring the prince. I'm. Depressed about that. Like. Yes. Oh, I know. It's the worst is absolutely the worst. Yeah. I mean that's that's why all these ball players go into radical depression on Sunday. They have one hundred thousand people rooting for them. And then next year later, they got to sell cars or something, right? Horrible. Our live on. KFI AM. Angeles Orange County radio station guilty. I'm Erin bender live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. A jury seven Dino has convicted, Charles merit of four counts of money driven first degree murder in the two thousand ten killings of Joseph McStay and his family. The jury was asked to consider whether there were special circumstances. Charged in count one two three and four are a special circumstance within the meaning of penal code section one ninety point to a three to be true narrowed could get the death penalty. The sentencing phase starts tomorrow. Some illegal immigrants could soon. Get full healthcare covered new deal. Adults ages nine thousand nine hundred twenty five hundred living in the state illegally would be eligible for California's Medicaid program, as well as state and federal health insurance programs for disabled and low income residents the plan for that group alone, which is about thirty thousand people would cost taxpayers nearly ninety eight million dollars a year. Republicans oppose it, saying it, it be fair to people living here, legally to have to foot, the Bill, but Democrats say, the move is to make sure everyone in California has health insurance. The legislature is expected to approve the deal this week, Monica Rix, KFI news to schools in Santa Monica have been vandalized, John Muir elementary in Santa Monica, alternative school house were flooded over the weekend furniture and technology equipment were destroyed. Paint thrown around windows broken this teacher tells KTLA her classroom, which was one of those hit is like home for her students students have been in there for three years. And this is not the first time the school has been vandalized, and things have been destroyed. So for them to keep seeing their school vandalize and target, it's really hard for them. I'm sure you're elementary says it's trying to get as much of the campus cleaned up as possible before the fifth grade aggression graduation ceremony, a man from South America with a severe case of elephant man's disease traveled to Orange County for treatment. The rare genetic disorder neurofibromatosis hit Enrica Galvin when he was five with large heavy tumors growing all over his body speaking through an interpreter Galvin says it was hard as child, Jay. A lot of discrimination. But after surgeon spent eight hours, removing six pounds of flesh, I feel like a brand new person, I have more strength to keep going. The surgery was donated after a UCI doctor on a medical mission realized Galvin couldn't be safely treated in Paraguay at UC Irvine medical center corporate Carson KFI her busy on the sixty. This activity continues.
"enrica" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Shaking hands with fans or posing for pictures with kids and just to see the reaction to those guys to me as it's always been touching to me, and I don't think anybody in body that more as a player David Ortiz, you this day big lap. Big smile. Big hits big personality, which is why the news that we got last night was so jarring. I was actually in a car on the way back to the hotel after Sunday night baseball. And someone said yet David Ortiz, was shot and it just it was just it. Just took you a back. And, you know, we hope as we move forward that the news that he's in stable condition. We got from Enrica row houses morning that it continues to get better from there. But man that that was just stunning. Yeah, I got off an airplane last night BUSTER turned on my phone. And that's the first thing I saw he goes to say it just took my breath way. Thank goodness, it appears he's going to be okay. But BUSTER, I know at least people in my life, who've said something to this effect that their lives would be made if someday they could just meet David Ortiz. That's what he does to people who have been watching him play all these years because it's way beyond just what it amazingly productive player. He's been. It's the way he carries himself the way he presents himself that incredibly warm smile that he has. And how everything is a celebration for him. I mean even pokes BUSTER, you've seen it a thousand times the way that he used to handle a crack in how everyone to team seems to be lifted by the way that things were done by him during. Outing practice. That's who he is. And the way he has captivated that city, which is a great town, of course, but a tough place to play on certain days to be that beloved really speak to directly who David Ortiz is so will continue to cry that this is the recovery goes this Moodley as possible. Yeah, we'll always remember his words after the Boston marathon, bombings at Fenway park, and how that touch the city last night. Tweets reactions coming from all corners, Pedro Martinez tweeting them at peace. Knowing your added danger, your strong man came. Wait to hear your voice my thoughts and prayers are with you. See you soon. The Red Sox put out a statement late last night. We were made aware of an incident involving David Ortiz and Dominican Republic David's family confirmed that he sustained a gunshot wound. They mentioned where he was treated. We have offered David's family, all able resources to aid in his recovery, and will continue to keep them in our hearts and our. Peter gammons tweeting out this morning. I choose to pray along with Tiffany, Alexandra. The Angelo ingest score tease, mentioning members, of course of is, is wife and his family. I don't wanna see the video. I don't need details. I just want the family together in a weight poppies resounding laugh, and Tim. You were mentioning the way that he would you know, greet players on other teams around the batting cage, it was funny to me, but, you know, managers, as you know, a lot of the old school managers would complain about that. But when involved or tease, it was almost like everyone would just shrug like that. That's David Ortiz. You know, we don't want we don't want most players doing it, but David Ortiz going to do it, then everyone's going to respond positively to it because that's just him. Right. And that is him and that engaging nature that he has will never lose is what makes him such a big personality. I know it's a cliche, but he he's rockstar when he played he's rockstar anytime is in uniform and wherever he shows up now same thing happens. I remember when I was covering dugout reporter sideline reporter for game and Rick Sutcliffe was doing the game..
"enrica" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Free. The black communities that samba music came from. We're not that many decades out of slavery. Brazil was the last place in the Americas to abolish it in eighteen eighty eight. And even after that conditions didn't change much for many slavery is very recent history for Elza. In fact, she was raised by people who lived through themselves. Also. It is impossible to forget. I am granddaughter. Great granddaughter of sleeves. So I can never forget that. And my mother Nieves Lavery firsthand because of her mom, okay? So you'll grandmother what was her name? Great grandmother Enrica was his leave. My grandmother. Christina was also as leave. I don't forget do you feel close to these women. Very very close. Of course, we live together to the present day. I sing thinking about that elyssa grew up working hard as a washerwoman as a domestic servant and independence was threatened as he entered her teenage years. I want to ask you notice about your your first marriage. What was that experience like Phew? Happened there in that truly I was to virgin winning married. My first husband and married because I played too much. I was too frisky. I met my boyfriend my bed thought, we should get married. But it was no big deal. There was nothing wrong about it. I was turning thirteen and he was about sixteen seventeen as whereas the obvious factor of Elvis young age. Her husband was unable to provide much for her. But perhaps surprisingly didn't talk negatively about this chapter you had chosen when used to in your early teens. Do you ever wish that happens later in your life? No on the country. I love my children. I think they came when they had to come. We don't control anything. We are controlled we come to earth with a fate v. Must have had to become grown up. Very fast. All of a sudden by the your late teens several children. How was it having to learn all this goes so fast? When you were so young yourself. We have to learn we grow the life of a poor person has changed since then. But back, then we learn young how to be a woman mother house wife had five children by the time. She was twenty one died of nutrition. It's been dived to buck uses not soon after there are many, many, tragic episodes analysis life is simply impossible to cover the all. And in any case, she prefers to twelve in her in grief. She does talk about music and the relief at Gaither. When I sing I sing about my suffering M, I joy of having overcome my problems and become a winner. It is a lot Dacian a young family, and the poverty she lived in hadn't stopped it from singing, in fact, quite the opposite the appearance on our process show when she made her famous declaration about planet hunger have been driven by necessity. This was back in early teens and she needed to buy medicine for her baby, son. She believes singing was her way out of poverty. She knew she had the voice to do it..
"enrica" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Talking with Dylan acting administrator of the DA national prescription drug take back day coming up on April twenty-seventh, tell us about some of the other activities of the Drug Enforcement Administration. Well, actually, it's it's just, but it's the department of Justice. So let me start off by telling you that the department of Justice has added many more prosecutors to prosecute drug cases. The department of Justice has also announced a number of programs to attack the opioid overdose problem in specific areas. So one program announced last summer was operations SOS which attacks the fed no problem in the northeast we have other operations throughout the country to specifically attack areas where we see overdose deaths as a result of opioids. We have a number of heroin enforcement team. So we've dispatched or in the process of dispatching throughout the country. And in fact, the president's twenty twenty budget for DA allocates eleven million more dollars for five more heroin enforcement teams, so DA is focused on increasing enforcement in our local communities as well as greasing enforcement globally to attack the drug trafficking organizations that are moving these deadly drugs into our communities. And I'm thinking those communities aren't just big cities. I mean, this happens pretty much everywhere right on some level. It absolutely does drugs are, unfortunately, all over the country, and we've been talking a lot about opioids. But I should also mention that we've got a serious methamphetamine problem in this country meth is is is prevalent now in most parts of the United States and cocaine, of course, is a problem that's never really gone away. So we have a a serious heroin problem. That's exacerbated by federal which is was causing many of the drug overdose deaths were seeing we also lose many Americans to methamphetamines, and Toco Cain. More thoughts about the overdose crisis. DA prescription drug take back day nine only as an opportunity to ask Americans to clean out. Their medicine cabinets and bring their drugs for safe and secure disposal at a location near them. But it's also an opportunity to educate Americans about the difficult about the overdose crisis that we're facing one of the other things that he does every October is national red ribbon week we've and during that week DA focuses on educating young people students about the dangers of drug abuse and drug addiction. And we ask students to take a pledge not to use drugs as a very important time of the year for DA. It's also a time of the year where we remember a very special person in DA history, special agent Enrica KiKi Camerena who was murdered by drug traffickers over thirty years ago, actually, his murderous. What started the red ribbon campaign is something to EA does to to this day? That's pretty incredible. So we have a few minutes to goes or anything else that you would like to add or repeat.
News in Brief 17 April 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. Heavy rains and flooding India's Lameck Republic of Iran have left more than two million people in need of immunity Manitoba in systems, including refugees, the UN refugee agency or UNHCR Seran Wednesday a plane load of essential eight items from the agency lended last week into ran while supplies from existing stocks inside. Iran were handed over to authorities were battling previously unseen levels of flooding in parts of the country. UNHCR's assistance includes family, tents, sleeping, mats, blankets and kitchen. Equipment, highlighting the fact that Iran has hosted millions of refugees for forty years UNHCR's erector for Asia and the Pacific Enrica ratty called on the international community to support the country has it faces. One of the worst natural disasters. In decades, according to government estimates some seventy eight people have lost their lives. Over one thousand are reported injured in about five hundred people. Have been displaced since mid-march for the first time ever. Global guidelines have been released showing how to use digital technology via mobile phones, tablets and personal computers to improve people's health across the world published on Wednesday by the World Health Organization or deluge. Oh, it's ten recommendations cover range of everyday needs. These includes medical professionals seeking a second opinion on patient diagnosis how to collect data on birth and death efficiently in how to manage stocks of medicine in hospitals one so called digital intervention that WHO says he's already having a positive effect is a reminder service for pregnant women to attend and NATO care appointments. The guidelines are the result of a request by the international community in two thousand eighteen to the one health agency to develop a global digital health strategy. Our nursing the power of digital technologies is essential for achieving universal health. Coverage said W H O director general Dr Ted Cruz Gabriel's ultimate. Digital technologies are not ends in themselves. He said they are vital tools to promote health. Keep the world safe in serve the vulnerable. The objective of the guidelines is to be applicable to all countries in all health workers in all settings. According to w Joe's Dr Garrett Mel who directs digital innovations and research in finally, independent UN human rights expert on privacy. Joey can attach e has called for coodinated global efforts to symbol Tena xlii. Protect an empower children as they used the internet aiming to improve safeguards to protect children's privacy worldwide. Mr. touchy has initiated a two year program, including public consultations with you two creating a set of recommendations focusing on protection in protocol while children are online. The recommendations will be presented to the UN Human Rights Council in twenty twenty one Mr. Karachi welcomed recent developments in the United Kingdom, including draft legislation published last week on reducing harm. Mm two children online in the start of a consultation process to establish a new code for age appropriate design, adding that he wants to hear firsthand from corporations like Google, apple Facebook, Microsoft, Amazon on Twitter over the physicality of new guidelines the UN special tour in court all stakeholders to contribute to the ongoing consultation exercises and academy UN news.
"enrica" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"That's right. And I maybe we'll talk more about that coming up in future episodes. They're actually revamping the the that that portion to they'll be more robust more games to play. All right, cool. Looking forward to announcing that once. It's ready. As we continue. We'll take your calls and thoughts then more of what Mark Zuckerberg the CEO of Facebook would like to bring to every other social media platform by force. We'll get into that coming up here. Your calls and thoughts, welcome. Let's talk to Robbie calling us from New Hampshire in watching YouTube. Good robbie. Hi robbie. You're Robbie go ahead. Yeah. Bye bye. Toll free numbers. Eight fifty five four fifty free. That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three threats are not allowed here on free talk live. And since the police departments aren't doing anything about it. We'll just hit the dump button. Yeah. Problem soft. Let's continue. This person is Tom in New Hampshire. Tom, you're on free talk. Live listening online. Go ahead. Tom. There's one issue about the suicide prevention business, and if you call it, whatever that is a violation of the non aggression principle and that the suicide prevention business. Yeah. Whatever you call it. You know? I mean, the bureaucrat suicide prevention technique there is one of that. But I'm not sure I understand hold on before you go on. Are you talking about like a hotline somebody running a hotline? What what else are we talk first responders? That is a clear violation of the non aggression principle. And that is when they physically sports people into a vehicle and bring them to a hospital or a mental institution for an evaluation. And then in some cases, they get drugged against their will. And these are clear violations of the non aggression principle. I think this is a difficult one. Tom because you know, when you're talking about mental health. Sometimes it seems like people need a you need to violate the non aggression principle to handle mental health issues times people aren't in their right minds. I don't really know how to handle that one in particular. But I've I can tell you. I've been in a situation where a crazy person was around and they had a gun and they needed to be handled. And we did our very best to handle the situation, but you know. At some point if the if that had gone on for, you know, if it goes on for many, many many days than why should I be handling it at some point or another just turn it over to somebody else? I'm sick of it. What I'm getting at though is. I went to a presentation at the high school. And most of it was pretty good stuff about how to deal with the underlying issues, and they spoke of the importance of having an open, honest conversation. But then at the end of the discussion period, I also brought up what about if the person is eighteen and refuses to go to the hospital, and they have they call it implied consent. Outrageous name where somebody is that is funny. Let me go kicking and screaming. Let me go. They are somehow implying that there could venting, but I came up with a different approach this time. Okay. Everybody in that. Well on seven February one thousand nine hundred eighty five the special agent Enrica Camarena was kidnapped outside the United States consulate in Guadalajara Elise. Go five jumped him they grabbed him forced him into a vehicle and took him to a house where he was held against his will, and they tortured him to death. But today. During which time he became unconscious, and they didn't want him to end his suffering just yet by dying. So they had a doctor drug ham to bring him back. So they could torture him even longer and make him suffer even longer wonder who could possibly be so wicked just look at standard procedure here when somebody is suspected of this Orwellian thought crime called suicide idea. Asian Goond grab them force them into a vehicle. They take him to a mental institution pretending to think that that's gonna brighten up his day and making glad to be alive. They don't want him to end his suffering. Just yet. My dying. They drug him and look at the success stories when they ask the hostage. Do you wanna get committed or do you feel better? Now, most of them say they feel better. You can't argue with success stories like that. If you wanna know why somebody going get help the answer might be right there in capital letters on your license plate. Don't forget. This is New Hampshire where the license plate state live free or die in capital letter. You know, the reason they didn't go get help. What might very well. Be the attitude of lift where you're not going to accept the clear and present danger of being locked up and drug. So most suicides, but Burma suicides. They they don't go through with it. Again. So they more than ninety percent of people. Try suicide attempts suicide attempt at once, and then they don't ever attempted again, can can we talk about the morality of the non aggression principle for just a minute because it comes up in almost every outrageous hypothetical situation when people try to pin. Libertarians are volunteers down on the advocacy of the non aggression principle, and that is you still have to take responsibility for your actions. So use your claim is that when they tackle and bring them in and drug the suicidal individual. It is a violation of the non aggression principle, which is absolutely correct. But even if you are an advocate for and and here to the non aggression principle that doesn't mean you're never able to violate it. It just means that upon by elation, you take responsibility for the. For what comes next for the outcome of that. And if the person is upset that you can help them and drug them and wants to hold you accountable for the kidnapping, and the drugging will then you have to take responsibility for that if they're thankful and grateful that you prevented them from killing themselves, and now they live a long and happy and prosperous life outside of the depression of suicide. Well, then you take responsibility for that as well. So it's not look like, I mean in your mind. Richie where you've got a suicidal person. They haven't threatened anybody else should just, you know, threatening themselves and people who obviously they care about this person. They would prefer they not, you know, commit suicide. So people get called in. They get taken away to you know, crazy ward for some amount of time other observed in, you know, shortly they don't kill themselves while they're there and all that and then later on they get out, and they're upset they've been in there for a few days, and they are they're not crazy enough to kill themselves now. So they've been they've been released or whatever, but they have lost their their three days and what what's the appropriate response there. What's the appropriate? How does that work out in your mind? Free society, then they would take an arbitration. Right. I mean, that's that seems to be the judicial recourse in a free society absence state court systems is they go like I was kidnapped and drugged, you know, be beyond my wishes without my consent. I demand to be made whole again. And then the third party would decide now if I was the third party by would likely decide in favor of the suicidal person. You'd give them out of go ahead. Okay. And that is another comparison. I didn't get a chance to mention is in Mexico. It was the drug lords that are out to make more money. Of course. And that's why they did that to the DA agent in nineteen Eighty-four in the United States is the drug companies that want to make more money, and that's why they support for hospitalization. And there's a lot of people say that it's the drug companies keep people locked up and could be Tom thanks for the call tonight. The toll free number is eight fifty five four fifty free. I wanna continue with this scenario. What would things be like without the government's system as we know it when you're dealing with a person who's suicidal that they wanted to kill themselves. But you stop them from doing that in violated, the non aggression principle. We'll find out more about it. Coming up does your dog each scratch stinker. Shed light crazy come to Diabate.
"enrica" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
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"enrica" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
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"enrica" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
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Defense calls 'El Chapo' a 'fall guy' in drug trial closing argument
"The nearly three month long trial of accused Mexican drug Lord, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman is coming to a close in Brooklyn closing arguments began yesterday with the assistant US attorney, reminding jurors of the amount of evidence they have against him NBC seventy gonna says the prosecution argued El Chapo had corrupted the highest levels of Mexican government, including a president a witness said Enrica opinion, Yeta was paid one hundred million dollars charge. Nato denies the jury was told the corruption helps keep Joplin business in when needed escape from prison. El Chapo is charged with more than a dozen counted include drug trafficking and money laundering. He could face life in prison if
"enrica" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Angeles. Orange County radio station. Upon further review. I'm Bill Seward live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. The man who gave weapons to a killer. Couple in San Bernardino, wants to change his plea Enrica Marquez junior admitted to providing support to terrorists and making false statements to purchase guns. Prosecutors say in two thousand fifteen Marquez enabled saieed for rook and his wife Tosh phenolic to shoot and kill fourteen co workers at an employee Christmas party. The pair had pledged loyalty to ISIS. Both were killed by cops Marquez with his attorney John Lena told a federal judge yesterday in riverside that he wants to void his guilty. Plea Kalina said the reason for changing deplete would be revealed. In court documents expected to be filed in may Steve correctly, KFI news. The Los Angeles County district attorney's office is launching a mental health division to help inmates. DA Jackie Lacey, says many of those in jail or prison are being held because of untreated mental illnesses when they're released from jail mini ended up homeless at a rearrested for. Fences committed as a result of their illness. The effort to get treatment for mentally ill prisoners is the first of its kind in California possibly in the US Lacey also says the diversion into hospital and community settings would apply only to nonviolent inmates. More than eight thousand volunteers have helped count the number of homeless around LA county, the three day search wrapped up Friday, the homeless authorities Sabrina Diego says teams looked in cars and under bridges helps us capture a picture of what homeless looks like in the county where it's when we have concentrations, what the population looks like that all helps us provide better services. She says it will take several weeks to get the final tally last year's count showed more than fifty two thousand homeless people and the owner of a legendary Fairfax district delicatessen has died. Alan Kanter passed away at the age of eighty two the restaurant posted the news about Cantor's death Friday on its Facebook page, the twenty four hour deli on north.
"enrica" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"So many of them are making more treacherous journeys to look for places. For they can go around the wall or find other ways into the United States. It is chaos created by the president Enrica you've worked with folks on the border for for years where are things now over the course of your career looking at folks coming across the dangers they faced the degree to which that area secure or not what do you see now compared to what you've seen in the past. Chris's? I've mentioned before was born and raised in San Diego. I've been in the border region all my life and in my lifetime. The border has never been safer. You have undocumented migration at all time. Lows in my lifetime. There is an international crisis. And that is at sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue because you have a man that has dehumanized children taking the children from their parents put the children in cages teargassed children and last month two of those children died that is because Donald Trump's eight rhetoric. He's unqualified for being where he is. And his words of hate are now causing the death of children. There is no credit crisis undocumented immigration is at record lows. Yes. You see the caravan people which have every right to be fleeing poverty and violence, and they're trying to do it the right way and apply for asylum. As Representative said, but the border patrol this blocking that under Trump's orders that are literally taking some of the migration have already crossed. And walking them back into Mexico. That's against the law. So Donald trumps hate rhetoric is something that the whole world is watching. It's shameful and Hebrew presents. The worst of the American spirit San Diego Tijuana is actually the biggest border region along the entire US Mexican border. There already is a law that covers a third of the two thousand mile border eleven thousand people have died because of that wall. And even though that migration is low. It's horrific with Donald Trump is spreading with his eight words and hate actions. Ask you this. There's two things that are happening. Right. I mean the net migration essential effectively zero apprehensions, very low. But there's a real change in the composition of folks are being apprehended is many many more families and children. We saw the deaths of two children in the custody CB ill equipped to deal with what they're facing respond to an argument that the president makes and may make tonight that a wall would actually be humanitarian because it would effectively deter these families from even making the. Ernie. That's right. Chris. That's what he's saying. And just like in go L Paso has a wall. In fact, where Philippa was apprehended with his father in Paso, Paso sector. There is a wall. I think what folks don't understand. And you don't really quite get it unless you see it. And thankfully, there have been congressional delegations that have come to a Paso three in the last month. And so they've been able to see for themselves that the border wall that exists doesn't it doesn't go straight through the US Mexico border line. It's actually further away from the Rio Grande, and it is on US soil. So you have folks south of that who are walking up and stepping foot on US soil, essentially running into the arms of federal law enforcement in order to ask for asylum protections. So a wall doesn't prevent migration a wall doesn't prevent drugs. What a what? Well, does do however is it distracts us and takes our eyes off of the real solutions during the congressional delegation visits that we had in December and just a couple of days ago. What members of congress were able to see was that we have a federal agency that has known for four years that it essential American families coming into our country seeking asylum. Something very different from what we saw five six a decade ago five six years ago, which was Mexican males looking for work, and and essentially trying to hide from border patrol trying to avoid capture we have had for the last four years Central American families looking for border patrol in order to seek refuge in America. But the agency DHS has essentially their strategy has been to ignore this reality these migration patterns, but we are not. Equip our agents are not trained the infrastructure is not available in order to deal with this chain migration..
Narrow Republican lead in Ohio's 12th District is too close for comfort for GOP
"Voters in Tuesday's are still waiting to find out who won after guest as primary. Elections the most not Contests is the. Special election for Ohio's twelfth congressional district Republican Troy Balderstone, is holding a razor thin. Margin over democrat Danny O'Connor it's also too, close to call in the race for the Republican nomination. For, governor in
Meet Santiago Enrique! Eva Longoria Officially Introduces Newborn Son
"The credit karma app today. Credit karma get knowing our five eyewitness news forecast mostly cloudy sixty five degrees tonight and thunderstorms and seventy four tomorrow. It's eighty four right now. This is mytalk Dirt alert update a quick look at what's. Happening in entertainment Tell me something good actor Alan. Alda says he has Parkinson's disease appearing on CBS this morning all said he was diagnosed three and a half years ago and said he went public because he. Expected a, tabloid, would soon publish a story about his diagnosis the says revealing his diagnosis might be helpful to others with Parkinson's and that there. Are. Things, that they can? Still do. Believe an, active life yeah well you know, what it's like I mean that's great that he does that but. He the fact that somebody was. Going to do. A, story. You can keep your health private I hate that yeah yeah Exactly Avalon goriest son Santiago Enrica is making his public debut at six weeks old on the cover of Ola USA. Longoria yes, longoria, caption or cover reveal on Instagram referring to her baby boy sweet hand gesture here he is Santiago and Rica Don is waving. Hello. At, the whole world? And they. Are quite, adorable together isn't her husband like, a big media guy he's huge he's Telemundo okay is that what. It is yeah he's a he's. Big world of. Media, yeah Does he does that magazine could very well be. The case Jennifer Lopez is the winner of this year's MTV Michael Jackson video vanguard award Lopez is up for two other awards for her song deniro featuring DJ Colin and, Cardi, b. and the song will compete in, the best and video best, collaboration categories and Lopez. Will also be performing at the VM as this year for the first. Time since two thousand one the, VM as our August twentieth on MTV I? Don't know. That she. Would. Be the one I'd pack? I, feel like, that stage cat stunt casting. Because Always every year Cannon Jackson, before I mean they've. Had real musicians what are you seeing -joyed j. lo is, a triple threat but but people have had longer. Careers than hurry this is the AMA's don't hang your leg Oh my gosh Some star power. At the show Yeah and finally you can now buy a castle that was used in game of thrones and it's. Not even that much money guys the. Castle for sale in Northern Ireland it was used. In season three of the show it's the castle where rob. Start got his head chopped off the castle is going for cheaper than the average house in l. a. at. Six hundred seventy seven thousand dollars so if you want to go live council in Northern Ireland drafty and how much would be to own it down Sorry I'm sorry. I read this whole story about maintenance is extra. Somebody who owns a castle and he's got a lot of. Money it's an actor I can't remember nNcholas cage you used to but I don't know if it's thing but. You need like a ton of money to keep up oh yeah you do that true all right well.
Sharif in custody after return to Pakistan to face prison
"Our local communities i respectfully reinforced the importance of the border issue in each of our conversations pompeo and several other trump cabinet members also met with mexico's president elect who passed on a letter for trump mexican officials say they'll reveal the contents once trump has read it in the separate meeting mexico's current president enrica pending neo urged us officials to reunite migrant children with their parents as soon as possible carrie kahn npr news mexico city the justice department today unveiled a multi count indictment against twelve russian intelligence officers for hacking offenses related to the two thousand sixteen election the indictments announced today by deputy attorney general rod rosenstein coming as part of the ongoing special counsel probe into russian election meddling today's indictment alleges the russians hacked into the computer networks of the democratic national committee and the presidential campaign of hillary clinton eleven count indictment also includes money laundering charges the white house where it's parts rushes a new indictment contains no allegations of knowing involvement by anyone on the trump campaign the former pakistani prime minister and his daughter have been arrested after they flew back to their homeland face lengthy prison sentences were convicted in a corruption case surrounding their ownership of upscale apartments in london they returned to pakistan and attempt to boost their political parties chances ahead of national elections embarrassed dita's more local media reported dozens of security officials warn the plane to arrest nawar sharif in his daughter mariam they called on their supporters to march on the airport as a show of force and thousands of people attempted to do just that in cars and on motorbikes they chanted they waved the party's green flag emblazoned with a tiger others line the streets.
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EU, Canada And Mexico Threaten Tariffs To Retaliate Against US
"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. Mexico is threatening its own terrorists in response to new US duties on imported steel and aluminum as NPR's. Carrie Kahn reports. Mexico's economy minister fired off a list of American goods to be taxed in retaliation. Just minutes after the us announcement, the list is long. There are US pork products, apples grapes, cranberries cheeses, as well as finished steel products. Mexico's economy minister says the Trump administration's justification for the tariff is improper and will damage strategic sectors in North America's integrated industries, including automotive, aerospace, in electron IX Mexico. The US and Canada are currently renegotiating the North American Free trade agreement president Enrica recap. And in yet dough and Canada's, Prime Minister. Justin Trudeau spoke the Afon pledging to continue the NAFTA talks and working together to defend international free trade. Based on rules. Carrie Kahn, NPR news, Mexico City, north and South Korea are holding senior level peace talks in a border village. They're focusing on reducing tensions on the peninsula and ending the North's nuclear weapons program. The meeting comes after two days of talks between US Secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, and senior North Korean voi-, Kim, Yong chill in New York, Pompeo and Kim discussed a potential summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN Trump cancelled a plan th summit in Singapore says the meetings still could happen. The diocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis has agreed to a two hundred and ten million dollars settlement with clergy. Sex abuse victims, Mets, epoch of Minnesota public radio reports that the settlement is one of the largest bankruptcy payouts by US Roman Catholic diocese. The archdiocese has filed for bankruptcy in two thousand fifteen. After the Minnesota legislature temporarily extended the statute of limitations for sex abuse suits the two hundred ten. We'll be split among four hundred fifty survivors including Jim Keenan who helped negotiate the deal after victims rejected an earlier offer. Never plan that exited. Pissed off Irishman and some other guys would say, you know what? We don't like their plan. We're gonna write another. It hadn't been done before. They have to listen to victims now wants a federal bankruptcy. Judge signs off the archdiocese, pandits parishes will pay about forty million dollars. The rest will come from insurers for NPR news. I'm Matt Sepik in Minneapolis, fourteen year old, Dallas area, eighth grader, car thick nemani is this year's champion of the Scripps national spelling bee as heard here, courtesy of ESPN nemani correctly spelled coin Aena Greek word for communion coin. Aena k. o I n o n I a that is correct. Numani bested a field of more than five hundred contestants to win the two thousand eighteen spelling bee title. You're listening to NPR news. Google self driving spinoff Waymo plans to launch in Arizona this year with up to sixty two thousand Chrysler Pacifica hybrid minivans. That's under a deal announced on Thursday. The technology will be deployed in a ride hailing service in the Phoenix area before the end of the year, and then expanded to other US markets Waymo plans to pick up people in cars that will not have a human in the driver seat, making it the first ride hailing service with the fleet of fully autonomous vehicles. The founder of Pittsburgh's innovative art museum. The mattress factory has died barber. Morales skiing was a champion for what's known as installation. Art NPR's. Bob Mondello has more. The mattress factory was an empty warehouse when Luder hausky bought it in nineteen seventy seven, installing a food co-op, partly so she wouldn't have to leave bored with what she called pedestal Archie devoted the institution to the notion of site specific installations where artists respond to the space. There. Even and visitors get to inhabit art, not just look at it to keep that notion close. She lived atop the building site specific works, filling the four floors below being even a peripheral part of the actual process. You know. So the thinking process and the flexibility and the problem solving and all of those things which to me are so important in terms of what art does mattress factory founder, Barbara Luder hausky was Eighty-eight. Bob Mondello NPR news on stock market shares are mixed higher in Tokyo. Following a down day on Wall Street, blue chips, plunged two hundred fifty. One points the NASDAQ lost twenty. I'm Shay Stevens NPR news in Washington.