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Why Was a Doctor Once Ridiculed for Recommending Hand Washing?

BrainStuff

05:53 min | 8 months ago

Why Was a Doctor Once Ridiculed for Recommending Hand Washing?

"Even, when there isn't a pandemic gone, we all know were supposed to wash our hands especially before we eat or after we've touched something gross, but that wasn't always the case. As recently as the eighteen hundreds, a doctor was mocked for even suggesting that physicians wash their hands before working with patients, and that dear listener is how we begin the strange and sad story of Nets, some of ice, a nineteenth century doctor sometimes called the father of infection control. them vice was born in Hungary in eighteen, eighteen and graduating medical school. He started a job at Vienna. General Hospital in Austria in eighteen forty six there there. He became a gas to the mortality rate of new mothers in one of the hospitals wards. In this ward up to eighteen percent of new mothers were dying from what was then called child, bed, fever or pure berle fever. We know today that this is a fever caused by infection of the reproductive or urinary tract in new mothers? Yet another of the hospital's wards where midwives instead of doctors delivered all of the babies, only about two percent of mothers died of this then mysterious fever. similize vice began reasoning his way to the root of the problem. He considered climate and crowding, but eventually ruled those factors out in the end. The midwives themselves seems to be the only real difference between the two wards. Then Zuma vice had an epiphany one of the hospitals doctors, a pathologist accidentally nicked himself the scalpel that hit used during an autopsy of one of these unfortunate mothers. The doctor was sick and with child bed fever and he died. Zamel vice made the connection that doctors were performing autopsies on patients who died of child, had fever, and then immediately afterward going to deliver babies without stopping to wash their hands. He suspected that this was the source of the deadly problem. We spoke by with Dana Towards e eski philosophy professor at Purdue University whose name I hope I'm pronouncing correctly. She explained, basically has hypothesis here was that it was cadaveric matter from scalpels, the entered the pathologists blood, and caused the infection and same material could be transferred to the women on the hands of the doctors, because the doctors do autopsies, and then go straight to examine the women who had given birth without washing their hands, changing their clothes, or basically taking any hygienic measures at all, he then tested this hypothesis by requiring people who had performed autopsies to wash their hands with chloride of lime, a disinfectant before attending the weapon and this, the mortality rate in the first clinic fell to that of the second. You'd think that some of fellow doctors would have lauded him for this discovery, but you'd be wrong. You see in the eighteen forties. Germ theory hadn't been conceived yet. That's the theory that diseases are caused by organisms, not visible to the naked eye and people still suspected the diseases transferred from one person to another via toxic. Not Bacteria or viruses, this was called miasma theory in washing their hands. They probably wanted to be rid of whatever was causing a bad. Not to kill germs that might wreak havoc on them or someone else. We also spoke by email, but Michael Melanson, an adjunct professor of medicine at. University he said physicians of Vices. Time simply did not understand or believe that something microscopic could be wreaking such havoc on their patients. They literally believed their own is less. We feel too smug. Consider how many people currently embrace a lack of COVID, nineteen deaths among people like me geographically racially economically or otherwise as evidence that scientists are overestimating the pandemics risk. Better hand washing regimens dramatically improved death rates at the maternity ward, but some vices colleagues were at best miffed at the implication that their ignorance was killing their own patients, and perhaps implication that midwives were better at delivering babies than they were. It didn't help that Zimmer Vice essentially laid the deaths of the wards mothers at the feet of his superiors. His own supervisor countered that the hospitals new ventilation system must be the reason for the decline in maternity deaths. Also, Zimbabwe's was a Hungarian in Austria A. Working in country in the throes of xenophobia. So those doctors rejected his theories and some of ice himself as being inferior, they opted to stick with their miasma theory, and for good measure in eighteen, forty nine did not renews vices appointment. As vice eventually got a medical position in Budapest where he according to the British Medical Journal quote publicly harangued doctors nurses about hand, washing and reduced maternal mortality. He eventually published a book on the subject some fourteen years later, but it was poorly written and poorly received. Possibly, experiencing mental disorder or extreme stress from his rejection by the medical establishment, Zim of ice ended up a patient in an asylum in eighteen sixty five weeks later, he was dead of an infection from a wound that he received in the facility. She was just forty seven years old. similize left behind monumental legacy, but the tragedy of his story has made it Garner a few minutes. One of those being that demo vice was the first suggested theory about doctors transmitting germs. Kaletsky said he wasn't really a pioneer. Other people before Zamel vice had hit upon the idea that child bed fever could be transmitted from doctor or midwife to patient for example Alexander Gordon of Aberdeen showed in Seventeen Ninety. Five child had fever was almost always transmitted by doctors or midwives, and also that it was connected to a kind of streptococcal skin rash. He also thought that the best treatment was copious bleeding.

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"eski" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

Lakers Nation Podcast

04:45 min | 8 months ago

"eski" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

"He's been very. Jared Dudley Eski rubbed off on him in a way where he's infectious, he really is one of the most positive guys on the floor. A team needs that the Lakers need that and. Avery Bradley is just huge for this team. Just the way the way he plays the defensive toughness that he brings. You can't go get that on the open market. There's no replacement for that. There's a reason that the chat was saying Oh Eamonn Shumpert. He's not comparable to every probably the right. He's not in a way because avery, Bradley is playing the way that monk really would like to play a guy who can completely dominate in Hound, one of the best offense players in the game he can. Can Go do that. He can go shut down a player like that. He can have a game where he gives you. Efficient. Offensive scoring can shoot. The basketball can give you three or four five steals and get guys in transition change, a basketball game entirely change a series entirely. How many players like that are on the market zero? Otherwise they'd be signed so I would like to say that I would give up the rotational big because he's just not as impactful I mean. We've talked about plenty should. Joe. Dwight Howard play. Should we signed Boogie? Just really should show us. HOW IMPORTANT AVERY BRADLEY IS! Yeah? I agree one hundred percent. If I had to pick one and only one I, would say every. Bradley Stay Dwight Howard. Go, and that's again. That's nothing Weizman phenomenal this season. He's been fantastic, but the other thing I look at it. All of this is I. don't care who they're playing I. don't care who the matchup is avery Bradley playing. Everybody is on the floor. You need his defensive intensity. He was instrumental in that win over the clippers. Put a twenty four big points. Here's a shot was coming around also a guy. You can run off a curls and screens, and he's GonNa hit those things. Those A. Brilliant game. He works in any style. It doesn't matter who we play. If we end up playing the small ball with the rockets, exactly he's on the floor. If we end up playing a huge team Lebron. Playing Point Guard and Avery Bradley's at the to spot, and he's guarding guard whatever so he can really is a Swiss army knife on the offensive on the defensive side of the basketball..

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"eski" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

02:15 min | 10 months ago

"eski" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"Were you warring noodle? It'll find things where you calling from calling from Warren. Oh I love. You GotTa Have Snow in Warren this morning. Yes which is as well beautiful. Well what can we do re this morning? My friend sold a few items clear house. So you pass away God bless and human tragedy stuff going on I'm selling a Pearl Necklace. Wheelchair she has also gonNA sell some Eski Robinson chicken feed and Australian men's Australian. They don't grow to be too big so they the perfect head. Children are keeping the yard. Oh interesting in in chicken feed to go with. It are so nice and twenty five dollars for each of the Pearl Necklace. Usual Pearls are pretty expensive. Kurt perfect all right. We'll get that on anything else. You just have a day. Thank you all right. Your numbers are going to be a good idea. That not at all auto. It'll two eight eight hundred two eight you eight hundred two four to eight. I repeat it. Don't eight hundred. Eighty two eight two four two eight. Cook? Thank you so much calling all right so this is our neighbor. Kirk has a pearl negative. Thought it was. I thought it was eight. Oh two eight two eight two four to eight. That sounds. That's it looks like the fax number for some for government office. Vermont knows very interesting. All right we'll talk to you tomorrow. This was pretty reprehensible I I don't know how it can be anybody's idea humor..

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"eski" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"eski" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"The eski panhandlers are confined to certain areas but that's not the case here and so for the holidays will shake down has moved up town John Montone tent and wins in Rockefeller Center another seven women have come forward to accuse Cuba Gooding junior of unwanted sexual contact that brings the total to twenty two say the actor forcibly kissed groped or sexually abuse them the fifty one year old to so far been charged with groping three women at restaurants and night clubs in Manhattan this year and last Bill Cosby has lost an appeal of his conviction on sex assault charges the eighty two year old is serving a three to ten year sentence for assaulting a woman at his suburban Philadelphia home in two thousand four his lawyers claim the trial judge improperly allowed five other accusers to testify at his trial but the state's superior Superior Court disagreed because we can now ask the state Supreme Court to consider his appeal governor Cuomo is signed a bill regulating the hemp industry in New York these are products containing CBD oil the new regulations will mandate the growers processors and sellers obtain state permits and hire independent labs to test their merchandise Columbia University has teamed up with Tel Aviv University to offer a dual degree program this involves spending the first two years of a four year program overseas and then the second to hear majors include digital culture and communication Jewish and Israel studies middle eastern studies psychology philosophy and literature in the end the student received degrees from both schools the program's inaugural class will start next year New York and Newark engage in some cross Hudson diplomacy over a Big Apple homeless program the city reportedly putting a temporary stop to that after nearly seven hours of meetings between New York City and New York on Monday those talks to possibly a birth this lawsuit will resume on Thursday Gary live shots is lead attorney for New York he's hopeful they'll get this done but I think we have a collaboratively.

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"eski" Discussed on 97.1 The Ticket

97.1 The Ticket

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"eski" Discussed on 97.1 The Ticket

"Eski and the bears lighting you up you can't even explain so it's like the age old question for fans would you rather lose a gut wrenching last second shot close game or just get blown out and gold another slice of pizza and beyond emotional about that's the whole premise about the emotional investment or lack there of with your team I would prefer my team just pull lines this year suck tail pipe get a high pick be unemotional MoveOn because if I were a cowboy fan or my team was doing with the boy the boys are doing I lose my mind I absolutely lose my mind dak Prescott Zeke Amari Whitten the best line Jaylen Smith Vander ash Byron Jones tank Lawrence you're like how are we six and seven why is this happening god I hate Jason Garrett you know what there's some honest you suck you move on two four eight five three nine ninety seven I have that may sound crazy to you but if you understand the question I don't think it is it's about whether it's easier to just check out or whether you're okay getting strong along that's what it comes down to and I'll tell you it is I do not like it strong along by my teams two four eight five three nine ninety seven ninety seven solid by the way had the bears last night I did I was five you know play rat us it be more frustrating in rooting for the cowboys because yeah sure at least the lines you know they're bad at least with the lions you you have a sense of direction where I personally know from a fan's perspective I want Quinn gonna Patricia gone and that's kinda but you're not alone I went top five pick do but I think with with Dallas it's there was so much this year there there is so much town that offense of line is incredible so just to be strong along and and and have a division by the way that's completely there for the taking in the cowboys just to be seemingly every game find it away just to mess it up that's infuriating David your your team is kind of different see I don't know if it's a fair thing for David everyone's dad on the Steelers they're still seven and five you can't be mad but you can't be happy you kinda just they're enjoying a ride if you make the playoffs Hey look we got a guy named doc is our quarterback right the different circumstance right but like let's say everybody was healthy let's say it was like like last year when I was a lazy so don't you resent that team almost actually yes because going into that season I thought Super Bowl we got the talent we got everything we need right view an A. B. no late I know maybe I was you resent them I did resent them you're exactly right and I would have rather been the lions and just be like you know what forget I know this team is horrible we the week I have no I check out yes two four eight five three nine ninety seven ninety seven seller we got to get text coming in on this well David screens the people yeah all start dialing I think it's much more pressure to be alliance van because they're never good they're never in a position to be good like the cowboys are but I'm talking just about this year right just about this year Mike I think it's more frustrating being a cowboys fan because there was expectation for them to win the division you got to pick cowboys at least for this year like you're talking about and it's because of their division any other division the NFC and they're eliminated alright I don't have the patience to Jack we use that we should play that full cut again sure if yeah if you're wondering where the audio's been coming from your damn act together there are Jerry Jones is a weekly interview in Taos on radio station much like this and the host asked him a question I thought was a good one you know this team are you embarrassed about the way this team is played take a listen Jerry's response what answer do you have for how this team is playing right now we're not playing very well are you the barest this is an organization about how the team is a damn act together ASAP okay now I'm bamboo and we're gonna have a good visit this morning but settle Landis little bit I mean I I I I always feel a lot goal we're not going with your question but I'm gone the maybe their answers only gave me this morning and black you had to do come in been traveling all online I'm not I don't have the patience to Jack with you today I've been traveling all night yeah in a private plane with a king size bed I mean me take it easy there man you weren't flying economy on the red eye you gotta love billionaire man are you embarrassed that's what triggered him why couldn't he just say hell Yemen mers hello yes on bears a B. by Mr biscuit like there's one more that we didn't play from really I think this later in the interview hi dear have answers as two different directions regarding talent unified VS I would not share the size outlook because first of all of us you've got other James talent and man that's tampering even if you Adam something in that unless they're not involved in the National Football League right now and it wouldn't be smart if they were involved in the blood so you know we we won't stay in that because some of the answers you just can't give you understand both yes we we just had to drop that twice so use that that's the amount man well when's our weekly spot with Martha hi guys it that's a good question the idea that Jerry Jones as a radio show every week is just it's stunning to me is there is there any part of you that gets tired of hearing the questions about Garrett's job security and do you understand why those questions keep coming out day and why they come up our fans are interested in well what they're they're frustrated that we're not playing better and I understand that and then another that goes with the territory you get the sense that if this were how do I say this in a more appropriate manner I don't know that there is I was gonna intimate that like in in in other countries powerful people just seem seemingly get away with setting up hits on people you feel like Jerry Jones wants to make Jason Garrett disappear we said that point yeah I mean how angry does this man sound I did just as like you know what Jason here's what's going to happen you're lucky were in the United States the greatest nation in the world I'm not going to make you disappear but if I were in another set of nations tonight because I'm sorry you're killing my football I mean my god the level of anger in Jerry's voice I don't know if you as a Detroit fan would you want that from your own would you want that like well you know like like is that the desired interaction you want with an owner in this town we should hear from them but remember that would only be good the first couple times then people would say I don't hear.

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AP Interview: Ex-Polish president defends Biden and Burisma

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

AP Interview: Ex-Polish president defends Biden and Burisma

"A former president of Poland who's on the board of the Ukrainian gas company but we're is much is defending hunter Biden's contribution to the advisory board Alexander combustion eski tells the Associated Press Biden never used his relationship with his father Joe Biden to further the company's interests the bidens amber rose my are central to the ongoing impeachment hearings in Washington the inquiry centers on president Donald Trump withholding nearly four hundred million dollars in military aid that was eventually released while he pressed Ukraine's president to have the bidens embarrassment investigated Mike Rossio Washington

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The Issue With Mac Keyboards

Mac Power Users

04:10 min | 1 year ago

The Issue With Mac Keyboards

"Let's talk about your gear. What are when you drive in these days? Well I have a number of things about my home things and I got my work things so at work. I have a laptop from I think two thousand fifteen and it's hooked up to twenty seven inch monitor and that's that's my main main thing that amusing most of the time at work also Zaba little side laptop. That's kind of newer that I never touch. Why's that it has one of those keyboards the key ports? And it's like you know in every guest we have on the show the first in the first segment voice. You're talking about their stuff. The keyboards come up. I hardly ever touch it at all And now the Eski doesn't work great and I like but even even if it still works fine I just really did do not like the feel of it. the Arrow keys. She's in particular just cannot get used to air. Every developer hates the Arrow keys in the escape key on those on those keyboards. I I james so looking forward to apple replacing that keyboard I I do not enjoy banging on about their bad keyboard every guest episode of Back Power Users. This is not something that I want to do with the show but it just comes up. I mean it's not something we're fishing for. Yeah right This is not the anti keyboard show after hall. Exactly exactly exactly They I saw some leaked images. I don't know if they're real or not of the new sixteen inch one. That may be out by the time. The show publishes for all. We know no But it looked like the Arrow key layout return to half size keys were left and right and full-size up and down. Would that be better for you or worse. I don't know I'll have to try it. I mean basically the Iraqis didn't change that much for many years and so my fingers no how they work and anything different from that is really huge. Change right because you know use those all the time or at least anyone who's writing code or tax or whatever is using the Eric's to navigate around. Could you explain to a lot of listeners. On developers obvious sure why are developers so worked up about the escape. Came Aero case for me. It's probably mostly the Arrow keys More than the escape key. If you're navigating taxed and you're good at it and you know oh how it works on a Mac You not use the command key shift key in whatever to be able to navigate on all my word option. Yeah option I you know I couldn't even tell you what the shortcuts cuts are to use them all the time exactly I. It's like finger memory know them. But you couldn't tell me what they exactly and I mean you can even navigate inside sideward it's camel cased and all this stuff and and once you're good at that You're using those Eric. He's like all the time just to get around as part of like a you know huge part of your day that you'd never have to think about but then when the Arrow keys change and don't feel the same suddenly nothing is right you you. You can't navigate around texts subconsciously. It's it's constantly causing like little problems in your brain though the fifteen eighteen inch does have the older Arrow keys. Then yeah it does. It's a it's must be one of the last of the old fashioned keyboards the that keyboard award texts situation. I've got Lincoln. The show people are familiar with it. But I'm the same way you are if someone if I was on some sort of game show and I could win a million dollars authors if I could tell people though shortcuts. I couldn't do it without a keyboard in front of it because it's just wired into my fingers and that was still one reason I prefer referred to do so much work on the Mac of because a lot of this keyboard. Circuits have come to the IPAD over the years but I just on the Mac I can zip around without even thinking about it. And it's way faster than moving my hand to the mouse or to touch the glass screen of an IPAD. Yeah absolutely for sure. Well I hope that the new new macbook pro comes out with a new keyboard technology. I just want these days to be over honestly. I'm tired of

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Immigrant groups prepare for possible deportation roundups

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

01:19 min | 1 year ago

Immigrant groups prepare for possible deportation roundups

"Data as we've been reporting I stations are expected to begin fanning out across several metropolitan areas as early as this Sunday to conduct raids of undocumented immigrants eski CBS's Jeffrey Schaub reports Marin county's largest Latino community residents are being trained to understand their legal rights and to make emergency preparations for the Quesnel is made up of twelve thousand Latinos most here legally some not either way there are risks of ice agents come knocking Lucille Lortel Dow with the canal alliances immigrants have rights for example ice cannot enter your home without a search warrant and no matter who you are you have the right to remain silent a lot of any rests on I understand that constitutional rights also apply to them and is also very difficult to exercise your rights when you are facing on immigration officer but you were talking about law enforcement we're talking about someone who's armed every day she tells canal residents have an emergency family plan and I know it is difficult and it creates anxiety to try to picture what would happen if I get picked up and what happens to my children that information it's very important to have available for people that may need to take care of children were if a parent or both parents get the team in San Rafael Jeffrey Schaub

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News in Brief 04 July 2019

UN News

03:30 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 04 July 2019

"This is the news in brief from the united nations escalating violence in ukraine it threatens access to safe border for millions of people including five hundred thousand youngsters you and children's son unicef has warned in an update on these situation in eastern ukraine west separatists have clashed with government forces since february twenty fourteen but you an agency reported that they lost week of june so five separate incidents affecting water and sanitation facilities on the contact mind dividing government unknown government controlled areas of particular concern is damage to pipelines newhall lifter along this of eski donets dumbass channel which provides drinking water to mold and three point two million people on both sides of the contact blind so far this yeah supplies of being disrupted or entirely caught the twenty nine days in addition non workers have been killed on twenty six have been injured since they conflict began including three this year unicef said before appealing for an immediate end judy indiscriminate shelling a vital civilian infrastructure andy protection of auto workers during the first five months of twenty nineteen unicef on thomas have helped nearly nine hundred and seventy thousand people access clean water on both sides of the contact line through water delivery providing water treatment chemicals and by completing critical repairs to gaza now whether world food program o w f pay has expanded operations to reach an additional twelve thousand people facing deep poverty and severe food security highlighting what it cools eight west nutritional situation any enclave you an agency noted with a mom on thursday that seven and ten known refugees are food insecure some four hundred and sixty six thousand people the scale up assistance means that until october wfp can provide food out to support to some two hundred and twenty thousand people in gaza and fifty one thousand people in the west bank divisional support will benefit the poorest families in agency said in a statement with beneficiaries set to receive an electronic monthly foods out west ten dollars divided food of that choice in two hundred accredited retail shops and finally top and is around the world have seen that show of national income rise in the last decade and a half while everyone one else is seen that pay packets shrink by comparison you and economists said on thursday according to the international labor organization or ilo data gathered from one hundred and eighty nine countries shows the roughly three hundred million what goes on around seven thousand five hundred dollars per month in contrast almost half the world's was one point six billion people make two hundred dollars a month while they bumped him ten percent and just twenty two dollars and they will need to what for twenty eight years and the same as these top ten percent in a single month idaho economist russia guy miss gymnast in geneva fucking vision equality is the fog the low income countries how much higher quality than high income countries for example including companies the top ten percent of earners get around thirty percent of gdp whenever it in the buddhist confident the top ten percent governors got around seventy percent of national income according to idaho countries where topping as so that share a

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"eski" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"eski" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"McConnell on Fox News yesterday McConnell is asked about Stewart's advocacy and the issue of the nine eleven victims compensation fund and why that fun hasn't been voted on yet. We've never failed to address this issue, and we will address it again. All been out of shape. He McConnell is referring to is John Stewart who gave his reasoning last night. Shape for them. These are the first heroes and veterans and victims of the great trillions of dollars war on terror, and they're currently still suffering, and dying terrible. You would think that that would be enough to get Congress's attention. Apparently, it's not Jon Stewart challenges. Senate majority leader to meet today with the nine eleven first responders and get this Bill passed in the Senate. So far McConnell has not taken stored up on that challenge. The owners have a once renowned kingwood New Jersey dog kennel were thirty say nearly two hundred terriers and dachshunds were living in squalor. They are now facing numerous animal cruelty charges. The counts against sixty six year old Martin stores Eski, and seventy year old Marsha Nassir, both of Stockton were announced yesterday by the hundred and county prosecutor's office. They are charged with failing to provide necessary care to twenty two dogs resulting in their deaths and not providing necessary care to one hundred eighty eight other dogs resulting in bodily injury. Ten forty eight. Traffic.

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"eski" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"eski" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"So as the block reward cuts in half minors to stay profitable have to make more transaction fees at if you stick to the BTC path of keeping the block small when megabyte minors are not gonna earn transaction fees, right? Because the blocks are so small, they don't fit a very large number of transactions by moving their transactions off the chain to the lightning network, the miners, if you're unless you're participating that lightning network, you're not making transaction fees. So starting next year when the block reward cuts in half to six point two five coins. You can't Bank just on the price skyrocketing of an individual point. And so the vision of Saito, she has always been. This is clear from early writings block reward progressively cuts in half over time. The network needs to scale bigger to fit huge volumes of transactions so mining stays profitable by collecting large amounts of individual transactions into a block. And that's why we are so urgently scaling fast not just for payment transactions. I know people say, oh well, there's not enough payment transactions on the network to warn a bigger block. But we're building a big highway, so that people will come bring their applications and products to it not just payments. So there's already on bitcoin, Eski companies developing supply chain management solutions payment networks game applications content delivery systems, that drive and will drive more transaction volume onto the chain, therefore, provide the miners with the transaction fee revenue that is needed sustain the long term health of the chain, otherwise over time,.

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"eski" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"eski" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Mike brownish Eski. Good morning. Good morning. Rob. It's great to know that may fifteenth is the start of it, you know, because that's my birthday to is. It's my birthday. Thank you very much. Yeah. No, it's exciting week. And of course, the hardware stores really start to get driving this time of year. And you know, we've been blessed with an amazing. Hey, Pearl this year compared to last April, and we were still seeing snow flurries all month long, and it was just awful. So it's been great to see a lot of sunshine here in Pennsylvania and see the tree starting to bloom and flowers coming up in the crocuses coming up, and but it's a busy time around the house. So this is you know, obviously, this is a critical stage for your lawn. So I'm sure we can take a lot long questions today. But of course, like you said, I just before we start in a plumbing, electrical, anything hardware stores open. Today's give us a call. But the lawns really have one thing. I wanted to mention like if you did not get down your pre emergent weaned feet. So this is your first step that you want to do before full spring starts. This is almost like yet. I would almost pass this week in it's too late for your pre emerging you want to get that down. And why kinda wanna mention it today? Because each one of the steps that we talked about four different applications to keep a healthy lawn. This. First step is the one that you really want to kind of settle down to the roots of the grass. So it comes in like beated fashion, and you really want to water it in. So that makes today the absolute perfect day for that. Because we're going to get a little bit of rain later today into this evening. So today would be a great day. If you didn't get down that pre emergent try to forget about the dandy pop. And if you haven't got the pre emergent down and just focus on that first step because if you get that first healthy lawn growing with it, you know, the three numbers on the bag, rob. I'm sure we've talked about it for nitrogen phosphorus in in the potash as always stand for always thought about it up down all around. So anytime you see a bag of fertilizer, you'll see those three numbers and that first numbers that nitrogen, and that's the that's the protein for the grass that's the growth for the grass that that's always the highest number the second number phosphorus for most fertilizers zero because you don't need that unless you're planting grassy, and then the last number of the podcast for just general health and drought resistance. So again, it's a great thing to put down now to keep your grass healthy. So that when the heat of the summer comes that, you don't have to worry. So here's the thing. You know, it's never too late. We prevent saying many times. So is it really never too late. When it comes to your lawn. Say you let that time come and go when you should've put step one. Now, you know, rob, you know, we'd love being in hardware store me. And Ian, Ed all the guys, of course, all the four thousand five hundred and some true value stores across this country. And we really do geek out about everything comes hardware. But one of the things is the lawn and garden we'd love your lawn because everybody is literally different everybody has a different approach. Everybody wants something different. And that's when they come and talk to us, and it's really fun. And I know you can't get this into a big box store because you might have a big yard. You might have a small yard. You might have a big budget might have a small budget. You might wanna go Ganic you might want to inorganic. And then and then just to your point. There's the whole timing of it. When when are you asking these questions exactly as it may what time of year it is? And then what time that mother nature decided what time of year it is? So yeah, we can answer all the specific questions. Like, I just have a little. A stamp patch lawn, and I don't have that much. But I wanted to do this or are boy, I got forty forty forty thousand square feet. I gotta cover and that that could be expensive how to approach that..

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"eski" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"eski" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

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Caver who helped rescue Thai soccer team rescued from Tennessee cave

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Caver who helped rescue Thai soccer team rescued from Tennessee cave

"British cave. Diver who was part of the dramatic rescue of Thai youth soccer team last year was himself rescued from pitch black underwater cave in northern Tennessee on Wednesday night. Josh Bradley was retrieved from the cave near grains, Gainsborough by technical cave. Diver Ed Sorenson, his mental state was impeccable. He's a consummate professional. So he did a great job eighty as rescue and we were in and out quickly and smoothly. Bradley. It was made a member of the order of the British empire in December for his role in the tire Eski was in good, shape and refused medical

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Bank of America's lagging loan growth overshadows profit gains

Bloomberg Markets

01:18 min | 2 years ago

Bank of America's lagging loan growth overshadows profit gains

"China Bank of America drops after it reports. Disappointing growth in loan. Lots of earnings this week, including Netflix tomorrow, toy guy, Eski skybridge capital, senior portfolio manager tells Bloomberg earnings will continue to grow just not at the rate that many people are used to you've been aided by extremely strong economic growth, and obviously tax reform so going forward you have to expect lower earnings growth, but it's still relatively healthy somewhere in the eight to twelve percent range next year, and that's to the point on Bank. Look the bottom line for banks is they're running much safer enterprises. Now, he means upside, but also less risk. So that means more immunity in the next cycle and the next downturn should be much more about equity price declines as opposed any credit impairment across the board. We check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day here on Bloomberg radio, the S and P five hundred down three tenths of a percent down nine. Dow Jones industrial average is little changed down eight. The NASDAQ is down nine tenths of a percent down seventy one the ten years up to thirty seconds yield two three point one five percents. West Texas intermediate crude down two tenths of a percentage seventy one twenty two a barrel. Comex gold's up close to one percent twelve thirty four even an ounce the dollar Yannis at one eleven seventy six the euro dollar fifteen eighty one the British pound to dollar thirty one thirty one. Let's he's up three tenths of a percent. The Dax in Germany's up

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"eski" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"eski" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The moment, let's go to the weather center and Dan Eski. That's right some sunshine poking through right now and there will be some sunny. Breaks throughout the, day today from time to time but certainly more clouds than sunshine very warm and sticky and a few showers around from time to. Time as well especially cross Hudson valley northwestern jersey eighty two the high this afternoon more showers tonight low seventy four then more widespread showers and heavy thunderstorms tomorrow locally heavy rainfall certainly concerned tomorrow the high, seventy nine and then on Thursday, clowns some sunshine warm and very humid still again there could be a shower or thunderstorm with locally heavy. Rainfall on Thursday the high eighty four then finally drying out by Friday clouds and sunshine but still uncomfortably warm and humid on Friday the high reaching eighty seven and then for the, start of the weekend Saturday Paulin Wayne a shower thunderstorm returns to the forecast the high will be eighty six you're gonna never too early to start thinking. About the weekend Dan pit Naski infra for Craig this morning at, seven ten stormy Daniels needs. A lawyer for something else now because her husband. Has filed. For divorce, the grounds adultery Glendon. Crain wants sole custody of their seven year old daughter and child support from stormy, prosecutors now have their hands on, the recordings made in the New York office of Michael Colin the man who once, said that he would, take a bullet for, his boss federal prosecutors, are reviewing twelve, audio recordings seized, by the FBI from the president's former lawyer Michael Cohen the, recordings were among the data the FBI toke during a raid, last spring of, Collins home office and. Hotel room, on one recording Cohen and the president discuss a potential payment to a. Playboy model who said. That she had an affair with Mr. Trump CBS, news correspondent and Marie green about two hundred, and fifty thousand people have. Signed onto a petition urging Disney to rehire, the director James Gunn he, was fired last week after the right-leaning website daily caller published some Twitter comments from eight years. Ago in which he joked about the holocaust about pedophilia about overweight people about violence against women gun directed the first two guardians of the galaxy movies and was working on the third he tweeted. Last, week apologizing saying that his days of saying something just because it's shocking and. Trying to get a reaction are. Over actress Zoe Saldana Chris Pratt and some Blair among, those voicing..

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"eski" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"eski" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Article about that on eski nation where he doesn't get a touch the ball anti sequence but his movement in the counterattack correctly polls players away and opens up space for certain things to happen in the dummy and to leave that all alone when he can smash right and go in and take all the glory or you can set up one of the most perfect wide open shot right behind him and just leave it absolutely perfectly executed you know thirty seconds left stoppagetime took him like ten seconds to get down the field it was it was incredible ending to that game i just got off awful work you know sitting down at it was just made it to one watched i watched the end of that and i was on the floor of that counterattack i couldn't believe it that that ending the game roar emotion throughout africa teams i mean that's that is an overall cup alzheimer i for me personally i don't know if i've i've like i non us game where i have like experienced the emotional ups and downs i don't know if i've experienced a game like that and the world cup i'm trying to think back to like maybe some of the baby of the in the two thousand six world cup you have the which was probably for me was one of the first world cups that i really truly remember and paying attention all the way through i love the argentina mexico round of sixteen game you had those too early lewis mini goes back and forth like that i mean they were close calls on either and argentines gray round of sixteen you know for me i'm sitting there and i i'm rooting for team and i was like no i don't want mexico to go on us crashed out i'm going for concha cafe ridiculous bali maxi rodriguez in the extra time there that was that was one of those games for me that i can go back to i think there was some crazy wants to two thousand ten and twenty four team certainly but i mean doesn't in eighteen goals in stoppage time or something like that might be overshooting it eight has been a ridiculous amount of goals that have gone in insomuch time in this world cup and that a change results that have changed outcomes and a little bit more today but it's just incredible how this world cup is played out and like you said it's wide open you know like it so much because we don't need to happen in every game regardless dalton should've role to pan for nothing five nothing going into that game i would have i would have expected them i wouldn't have been surprised but then you have japanese to come out and put out a excellent performance in belgium looks lackluster and all sudden they hit the switch and they go and they end up with the win so they spend this like you said this is probably the most i i miss my ruining in church in terms of in terms of paying attention to everything that's going on in the whole spectacle this entertaining world cups in recent memory because i feel like at twenty ten to twenty fourteen you have so many defensives things teams kinda just going zero zero or right now they're playing it safe and not really taking the heavy risks and stuff like that and i hate i hate kt games where you know standoffish and hope something breaks your way or whoever makes the first.

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"eski" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"eski" Discussed on WEEI

"Callahan incident here which has been you know for the last twenty four hours we've had plenty ought takes coming in on the martian situation but just in terms of just in general bruins fans and officiating do they have every right to bitch if they go down today or in a couple of days in this series have you seen them once in the six a period where you said wow this team is really taking it to him i think second period friday that was their best period i still don't think vessel eski really felt the pressure i still don't think the lightning were obviously weren't demoralized at all i don't think i don't think they grind them down don't think this there's they don't have the four line over the boards next guy keep him pinned in they don't have that right now it's just it's just not there and part of it's just will be some guys are banged up we know everybody on both teams probably has something they think more than anything that's you know more than any that's the big thing i mean obviously one call is going to be a big deal what you said into the summer and you talk about the fact that the bruins didn't get many power plays in tampa but you know they had four power plays in the game the other night and let's face it most of the series they've been defending so when you're defending so much you're going to get more more penalties and that's that's just math science at the game to non noncall and marshon is going to be thrown in there as well it's not just it's not just going to be the mcevoy on call and that's a pretty blatant one but you to it's crazy it's it's different referees every time.

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"eski" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"eski" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Trump and appears to be going nowhere this schimmel eski guy he must be a career official on obama hold over a democrat trump hater actually no he says he's a republican he worked on trump's presidential campaign and said he still supports trump and would walk through a brick wall for him well they're going to have a tough time smearing him but give them time they'll figure it out meanwhile the united states senate late last week confirmed former cia director mike pompeo as america's first ever climate change denying us secretary of state when he was a congressman from kansas pompeo's nickname was the congressman from coke because he's the alltime number one recipient of campaign cash from the oil and chemical magnates billionaire coke brothers palm peyot supports president trump's intense to be the only nation on the planet to withdraw from the global paris climate agreement as he told democratic senator ben cardin in his confirmation hearing a few weeks ago the united states would be the only country saying we don't wanna talk to you about climate under the arrangements that every other country is dealing with you don't see a conflict with that position and trying to be the top diplomat of america the leader of the world senator there are many times that we work with our allies and there are many other times we just don't see the same way i climate science denying secretary of state what a proud moment america is truly great again.

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"eski" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"eski" Discussed on KOMO

"The numbers on wall street to try to intimidate how the opening bell will go looks like a slightly negative tone not much though the dow futures down about forty two points we'll get to your traffic and weather in just a couple of minutes here on the komo morning news first abc news has started an investigation into the epa chief scott pruitt spending asking questions about first class travel and unauthorized raises to favored staffers an epa insider speaks out here's abc's cure filipi was part of donald trump's presidential campaign from the start kevin schimmel eski then got a ticket to washington eventually becoming deputy chief of staff for epa administrator scott pruitt but schimmel eski says what he saw there and what he said about it cost him his job he describes how a manager told him bluntly hey administrator pruitt either wants me to fire you or put you in an office that he doesn't have to see you again schimmel leschi says he raised concerns about lavish spending early on like the forty three thousand dollars secure phone booth for pruitt's office and he says a plan he overheard for the agency to rent a private jet for one hundred thousand dollars a month said you realize we can't do that she just said once again this is what the administrator wanting me to look into the deal never happened schimmel eski also tells us he drew the line on first class tickets to morocco refused to do it in once again i think that was some of the beginning of the retaliation schimmel leschi says he was fired in february months after first raising concerns over unethical spending the epa says schimmel eski resigned just four days ago pruitt was grilled by congress about allegations of retaliation upon anyone who defied him i don't ever recall a conversation when pruitt testified to congress recently he said he was not aware of any employees being pushed out for raising red flags he just straight outline boldface line the story from abc news.

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"eski" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"eski" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Favored staffers tonight here the whistle blower who claims he was sidelined because he spoke up and questioned his boss abc's kiro phillips and the interview tonight say hello he was part of donald trump's presidential campaign from the start these great he's been with me right from the beginning he's tough as hell and he's great kevin schimmel eski then got a ticket to washington eventually becoming deputy chief of staff for epa administrators scott pruitt but tonight schimmel eski says what he saw there and what he said about it cost him his job he describes how a manager told him bluntly administrative pruitt either wants me to fire you or put you in an office that he doesn't have to see you again esky says he raised concerns about lavish spending early on like the forty three thousand dollars secure phone booth for pruitt's office and he says a plan he overheard for the agency to rent a private jet for one hundred thousand dollars a month since you realize we can't do that she just said once again this is what the administrator wanted me to look into the deal never happened shinozaki also tells us he drew the line on first class tickets to morocco refused to do it in once again i think that was some of the beginning of the retaliation schimmel eski says he was fired in february months after first raising concerns over unethical spending the epa says schimmel eski resigned just four days ago pruitt was grilled by congress about allegations of retaliation upon anyone who defied him i don't ever recall a conversation when pruitt testified to congress.

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"eski" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"eski" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Join john eski he's played very very he's developed i think he's going to continue to grow in looking forward to next year but he's given more of a physical presence that's the linchpin right there i think he's the linchpin he's the one guy that they need they need they need him everybody else plays their roles but a fog nurse stays on the floor in his able to run up and down and step out for the three every now and then he doesn't have to step out all the time play inside right play big inside effect kansas villanova game and that's gonna be that's gonna be a heck i i don't know if it's going to duplicate the kansas duke game with ticipant that kansas duke we had like nineteen lead changes i think at one time i was watching the last five minutes i mean duke's score can just come down and scoring ranked number fourteen newman newman kit with stop but i thought grayson allen had won it i mean wow in kansas city for that team but a lot of people go duke i gotta sit here i'm like going into the tournament anybody but dude when they lose it doesn't really like i gotta be honest with you but that's just outta respect i'm saying apply bracket but i think bagley is gone that's a tough one i don't yeah i just feel based on the potential.

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"eski" Discussed on Bunny Ears

Bunny Ears

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"eski" Discussed on Bunny Ears

"I lynn tons glen and off and actually i'm the i stopped by dostoevsky's the eski museum inside syria and saint petersburg saint petersburg it's out of his old apartment awesome yeah it was really sick but yeah and then i took the translate therion railroad from moscow to vladivostok and it was seven days of just riding through russia exac just snow entries in a railroad exactly until i hit lake by call and i immediately thought of this kid so mac actually introduced me to the game to the board game risk okay and that has like that's talk me so many things about geography that i never would have thought of before and as i was passing under by call under sorry as south i was like they have a chunnel and in my mind all the frozen those three three i blink just frozen in ice i ended up i ended up sending a postcard from your cuts good and it just said you're on the front and the back said dear mac i have taken air cuts i'm coming for come shot gut what's the most i guess we're we're we're veering towards travel more than a history but like what is some of your favorite history tourism as it were so like when i was in paris i did a bunch i did i i'm the horror for i guess really depressed writers apparently slum big hemingway guides right and the rest house when i was in paris i did the whole latin quarter thing you know shakespeare company i walked at the garden and i had i did the little like map of all the place puck luxembourg that actually and i read i read moveable feast while i was there and tried to fucking go to you know what i mean some of the same restaurants and shit like that.

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"eski" Discussed on The Ringer MLB Show

The Ringer MLB Show

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"eski" Discussed on The Ringer MLB Show

"It was maybe that relationship had just broken down and it was time for a change in from afar it seems silly hey you were winning with this team you're probably not going to win more with another guy but i guess just on a daytoday basis the way that these two sides are working together now and trying to communicate and instruct each other maybe there are times when a change make sense for reasons that are completely opaque to us so i don't know just as i'm always hesitant to celebrate a manager and say oh this guy's the manager of the year because his team won a lot of games i'm also hesitant to say this was the perfect guy for the job because his team won a lot of game so i don't know it's curious it's odd knowing what we know i i wouldn't have felt moved to make this decision but i think the point is that with managers there's always so much we don't know and teams by the way are not making any effort to explain these firings or decisions not to bring guys back like david eski had that kind of awkward press conference where he straight up said i'm not gonna tell you why sagger that hasn't come out and the globe the just the way the town just yell riches people in the ray out but yeah and you know mike rizzo was very vague about why they dusty baker go i mean they said well we wanna win a world series and dusty hadn't done that but that in itself is not a sufficient reason and brian cashman didn't offer any details in his initial statement either he just said you know it was the result of careful and throw consideration we have no idea what the considerations were so i hope it was careful and thorough consideration.

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