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"eunice." Discussed on KTOK
"Would you like to stay up to date on local issues that matter to you? I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America. My grandchildren, Hank. J. C, Brandon, Heath Riley, Josi and Mia. If so, welcome to well preserved with Eunice Court. Well preserved is the longest running senior focus radio program in Oklahoma. Reserve your health, your wealth and freedom to live life. The way you choose now, here is the host of well preserved Eunice Cory. News radio 1000 Katie. OK, this is well preserved with Eunice Corey. And what's left of your host. Eunice. I'm still around. I have to my left my number one Oklahoma, son, Patrick. Good morning. And of course to my bride is Cousin Katie. Good morning, she now you keep your mouth shut. What? Wow, I'm telling you, You know, we play tight this time. Yeah, we've played tag the Taiho every Saturday. And we have a problem. Carrie just can't keep her mouth so, but we love to give. I know that there she was again. Did you hear that? Did you hear them out there? I'm telling you, You know when we play tag the Tahoe What you need to do is get on that phone line, 84. Oh, 1000 our sponsors love sharing those $100 bills and chill did come by the office this week with $100. And all you have to do to win is not who the sponsor of the week is and where the Tahoe's tagged and if you're First responder law enforcement from the line named the rest all you nature or military paramilitary. You only had to tell us who the sponsor of the week is over and and as have last week I am doubled up. As of last week. We've given away 21,000. And $150. So that's a lot of $100 bills. That's a lot of crams. Crisp, crisp tender. Yes, they are brand new. Yeah. When Jill comes in, I'm telling you, she always make sure that She's been to the bank and get the newest one on the spot. You know, we're going to start taking turns doing the well preserved salute because Carrie and Patrick are starting to get excited about honoring people. So today I'm gonna hand that off to carry and carry your honoree is number 901 901, and its stories really is Great American love story that I've got for us this morning. It.
Cuomo says "there is no way I resign" amid harassment allegations
"New York Governor Andrew Cuomo again says he will not resign if you're growing allegations of sexual harassment. Fox's Brian Eunice, with Maura governor today, attempting business as usual touring a mass vaccination site, despite two of New York's top state Democrats, calling on him to step down after new allegations of sexual harassment over the weekend, New York State Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart cousins writing We need to govern without daily distraction for the good of the state Governor Cuomo must resign over the week. And former aide. Analysts accused Cuomo of inappropriate behavior. Like kissing her hand. Former aide Karen Hinton said Cuomo hugged her inappropriately in a hotel room. Now Cuomo called Hinton's claim false and dismissed her as a political adversary. Several lawmakers were calling for Cuomo to step
Carries Satanic Book Report
"Hello and welcome to. Oh no ross. And carrie the show where. We don't just report on for in science spirituality and claims of the paranormal but take part ourselves yep and they make claims we ships. You don't have to i'm carrie. Poppy morales blocher. And were back today. To talk about a man named bob larson. I don't know if you've heard of him but i have. He has a ministry but really it's it's about him. I mean without bob. Larsen won't be much of a ministry. Yeah bob larson ministries is the name of the ministry. When we have no bob how many ministries do we know of that are actually named after the founder. There's tony llama. Oh yeah. I want to say. There's quite a few. But i can. I name them off the top of my head rail. Ism benny hen. Oh you're thinking like groups that we've investigated that have the the person's name in the title. The james randi educational foundation. There we go there. You go known cult or kidding that's always something interesting to look out for the presence or lack thereof of a succession plan granted. He's had his daughter's involved as teenage exorcist. So maybe they could step up and continue the fight. Yeah maybe yes. I'll you don't know about this whole thing. This all Systemic sexism sure. Yeah but i mean. At least he's had them perform. Exercises assumes yeah i just somehow i have the sense that they're not as passionate about it as he is though bryn. His daughter did publish book. Yeah i bought. I need to find that l. Yeah we'll have to compare her writing style to his. So maybe she's the heir-apparent maybe maybe she's the ivanka. Well i would love to tell you about a book. I recently read called satanism. The seduction america's youth. Yes okay. so he's got this book. It is black and threatening on the cover. It says bob larsen at the top and then it says satanism in red letters that are spiky instead of sarah. They have spikes that can hurt you. If you touch it. Who the teas got a fun. Little curly tail coming down from it. Yeah like the devil's pitchfork. No i assume. That's just bob larson saying i am the author and then the title of satanism rather than this being about bob larsen satanism. Now this is special brand of satan. Okay these seduction of america's youth. Okay thank her. Then what have we got on the back on the back. We have a pentagram. Oh anarchism symbol lasta. These are bad. These are these are bad. According to bob i guess equally bad none. None of these are standing out more than the other as far as designed goes. What's that top line in front of the the symbols it says. Do you recognize these symbols. Yes see page one hundred nine for more information. Oh okay that always amazes me. I just think of books. In progresses these very fluid things that it specifically mentions page one hundred nine but of course. They know that after they're done writing about that. Especially in a book when it says to page this and i think how do you know that okay. They must they write it and then they highlight it and then at the end they have to go through and make sure okay. Where does oh shoot. I added this note and change. The page layout the point is rosner secret edits. We realize these are easy problems to solve. But they fascinate us. Apparently okay how many pages carry. That's always important with bob larsen pages. How 'bout in two hundred and twenty three you know. I think if i had to say like what is the average length of a book would be somewhere in that ballpark. Two hundred twenty three. Yeah yeah seems about right. Yeah so this was published in nineteen eighty nine. The same year my fiance drew was published. Nineteen eighty nine it and oh it was princeton. The eunice did states of america. All right ice. So i was working backward with my book. The first book i talked about was jazz abell which was written in. I wanna say twenty fifteen. And then i read demon proving prayers which was twenty eleven and you started farther back in the bob cannon and now you're moving towards the future that's right time travelling here this was published by thomas nelson inc. Okay who's this thomas nelson guy and what happens when he dies who keeps publishing those books. This is suspicious. we are still very dumb. So what's bob's take his. Is he four satanism against it. Do you wanna guess cast lots. I'm going to say against just hunch year right right so if he were a person browsing the nonfiction center at your local christian bookstore in the late eighties and you pick this up and you look the back. You'd see what's a parent to do with the devil. Have you ever explained to the supernatural to your child and discussed the influence of satanism in our society. Do you dabble in parapsychology or new age philosophy which could indicate your acceptance of the colts
COVID-19 in China: Researchers found an antibody prevalence rate of 4.43% in Wuhan
"A thirty four year old ophthalmologist from wuhan. China posted a message in his. We chat group alerting fellow doctors that a new disease had emerged in his hospital. A year later the pandemic rages on eunice. Yoon joins us now from beijing. Then while yunus how you doing. Hey jail We're doing relatively okay here The pandemic as you mentioned has been raging on overseas but here in china things are relatively back to normal. I'm here at a restaurant. Sports bar which i spoke to the owner and he said that back in january he could have actually thrown a baseball through this restaurant because it was so empty today. He said that seating capacities at about fifty percent. It's looking actually quite full. Now you mentioned that ophthalmologist. The ophthalmologist name was li wenliang. He's very famous here now because he was the one who had alerted other doctors in a we chat group of a mystery virus that had emerged in his hospital. He later was silenced. By police he then caught the virus himself and then he eventually died and of course that virus is the one that is now known as covid nineteen be economy though and businesses generally have been much much better since the beginning of the year. The economy is on track to Folks post some of the strongest growth compared to a lot of other major economies in twenty twenty one about eight percent but still life is not totally back to normal. And tell you that. Because just today i found out that my new year's eve plans have been cancelled and a lot of that is because we keep getting these mini outbreaks here in beijing. So we have twenty reported cases and one point two million people have been tested in the city and then on top of that. There's still a lot of controversy as you can imagine over the origins of the virus. And what exactly happened in hon. So yesterday the chinese cdc had said that the antibody prevalence rate for wuhan was four point. Four three percents so some experts were looking into that figure and saying that that suggests that in wuhan about half a million people which is about ten times more than the reported cases heavy infection or were exposed to covid as a lot of questions here and then this week. Another story that that people was that a local journalist was sentenced to four years of prison time because of her reporting and wuhan so obviously the authorities. Here don't want. The those types of reports should be conflicting with the narrative that they want to continue to perpetuate a here in china as well as overseas.
"eunice." Discussed on KTOK
"With Eunice Cory are lovely leader is often Arkansas and amazing grandmother that she is this weekend. And that music is fabulous. Oh love it. Love it. Love it Love it at this time every week. We have our Mercer Adam's quote of the week. Which is the perfect quote for today, we make a living by what we get. But we make a life by what we give And Larry have been saying your name a lot. Today we introduced you. But the beginning of the show got Larry Parliament with apartment and Easter Day and associates who is a great great friend of mine. For the majority of my life. Honestly, here in the show with us today, and so, Larry, Welcome to the show. Welcome back to the studio. Been while you've been up here on the 11th back in the studio. I enjoyed it while I was here for about three years. Katie, Okay. Is Mischa And glad to have you back behind behind the mike this morning. Great to be here. Thank you. So Larry had a show, um, for three years a long time ago, talking about finances, basically an estate planning in the state planning because that is what apartment and Easter Day does the state planning elder law planning some business planning? Primarily in state in elder law, and so you know, you might think to yourself Well, what in the world is he doing on the show? On a day that we're talking about the gift of giving Well, good point, and I'd like to tie it back to some of the things you mentioned earlier in the show. And before I do that, though, let me just stop for a minute and don't be half of the audience. Let's just thank Eunice Corey and her team. For 19 years, 19 years of sharing and giving information very valuable to seniors. And so kudos to you guys. I think it's been wonderful. She's listening right now. Because my phone is blowing up with they don't forget to stay. Say this. Don't forget to say that so sure she's listening. Well, if you are, Eunice, thank you. And I think I'm sure like this is an act of giving. It is if everyone everyone appreciates. I don't do this for ourselves every Saturday morning, that's for sure said You made an earlier point that I think worth repeating, and that is Perhaps the greatest gift we can give. Is ourselves and specifically are authentic Selves. Yes, you know, because we reach out and touch people's lives in a variety of ways, and sometimes it's time. And sometimes is money. Sometimes there's something material and tangible or we can put her hands on and use. However, it manifests, you know, just the act of giving. Lifts everyone that does including ourselves. The person that gives us well is the person that receives and by the way, there is an art to receiving on day I've had to learn that have been reminded it at a couple of times because we can easily dismiss that and in doing that, we fail to recognize the time in the effort. And the thoughtfulness of the person who actually made the gift so we shouldn't forget that and You know when you see that sparkle in that child's eye, or you see that Glen or glimmer of hope. And a family that's going through a difficult time and you provide a meal or an article of clothing. Whatever it may be. Made people who are involved in that should be very, very proud, then should feel great about themselves. So our communities Not just our community, but I think our nation I mean, that's where we are at our very best and different and different when we pull together and when we come together. It's It's a huge, huge factor in how we live our life. So I remember growing up in a farm community. Have one of the farmers had a difficult time getting into crop because of impending weather or whatever there be three or four different farmers from neighboring farms come together and help that person get the crop in You know, so that giving is part of who we are. It's what we've always stood for The nation and It's biblical man, John 3 16, you know for God gave I thought about that When you were telling me about the fame this week, you know for God gave gave gave his only begotten son. That was a gift. Yes, you know, for those of Those of the Christian faith, so No, it just trickles down from there, and the people here have that spirit of giving can make a huge difference have a big impact on people's lives. It is so So, Larry. Let's talk about something a little bit outside of the box. Okay, okay on, but we're talking about the gift of giving and the gift of giving ourselves.
$2.5 billion appeal for 39 million children in Middle East and North Africa
"The un children's fund unicef said on monday that record two and a half billion dollars is needed for lifesaving assistance for thirty nine million children in the middle east and north africa. Next year this includes an increase of nearly half a billion dollars to continue responding to the cave nineteen pandemic amid a surge in cases. The funding is needed for several emergencies. Such as syria where four point eight million children are in need of assistance after nearly a decade of war in yemen twelve million children or almost every child in the war-torn country is in need of support unicef said in sudan. The agency warned that more than five million youngsters face a multitude of challenges including devastating andrew carrying floods political transition at an economic crisis in lebanon eunice f reported that economic collapse an increase in one thousand nineteen cases and ebay route explosion in august had made nearly one point nine million children dependent on assistance. The largest portion of funds requested in unison. Deal is keep children in education followed by water sanitation health and nutrition along with psychosocial support to address mental health issues.
Interview With Linda Johnson Rice
"Today. Linda johnson rice joins me skimmed from the couch. She is the ceo of johnson publishing company which published ebony and jet magazines johnson publishing helps give a voice to millions and chronicle the african american experience across the country. Linda has also served on numerous corporate and philanthropic boards including the chicago public library. Omni kong group. Grubhub tesla estonians national museum of african american history and culture. Linda thank you so much for coming on the show. Welcome to skimmed from the couch. Thank you for having me carly. I'm excited to be here and sounds to have you here so i think you know the first question. We start with the same one every show. Skim your resume for us. I most certainly. I'm happy to do that. I am still the ceo of johnson publishing company. So that is great and it. Is that the founding company for ebony jet magazines and fashion fair cosmetics all started by my family and for better or for worse i have never worked anyplace else and so i grew up in the business. Grew up in the in the magazine business in the publishing business and also in the beauty business but always surrounded by incredible people great parents but great staff who were very uplifting and all about aspiration and inspiration for the african american community. So i grew up in the business. I went to Born and raised in chicago got my degree in journalism from. Usc came back and got my masters in management from northwestern. And i got my masters in management. So funny i started out full time in school and then i switched and i went part time so it took me longer but i really wanted to work at the same time and i had the luxury to be able to do that. A lot of people don't have that. But i did because i wasn't looking for a job once i got my degree. I already knew where. I was going to be an actually once. I i got my masters in management. I actually became president a company like the very next day. But i do want to stress. One thing that i think is really important here and that is i have worked in a family business but it was not a given that i was just going to step into this role and if you know if you knew anything about my parents it was nothing was given. You've really had to earn it. And so it does seem like boy. That was a really fast. Reject re but This was decades and decades of work. I mean i spent more time at a copy machine making copies and doing all kinds of stuff that you know people do when you start out in in a company. I don't think that was any different for me. Something that people would be surprised to know about you that if not on your professional bio oh my goodness. Let's see on a personal side. I i love to ride. I have horses. I've owned horses all my life so that is sort of my luxury right now. I don't have one. But it's the way i can relax and i studied opera. We do you think. Please don't ask me to sing. But i did. I studied opera for for many years. Took voice lessons and loved. It absolutely loved it. We're gonna dive into the family business. Tell me about your family. Tell me about your parents so you know my parents. John and eunice. Johnson were part of the great migration of african americans from the south to the north. So my father came from arkansas. My mother came from alabama and very different backgrounds. This is so it's really interesting. My my father came from nothing. And when i say nothing his town great people but only six hundred and sixty eight people there. His mother believed in him so much and she just you know the love that she had for him she poured into just him and so for her. The best thing for him was to get out of arkansas arkansas and get education and the way to do that was you know they. They got on the train and they came to chicago. they had relatives in chicago. So a lot of people. With the migration from arkansas people came to chicago alabama. They came to chicago. My mother came from alabama so my father dirt poor came to chicago. Went to high. School became head of the debating team editor. The school paper graduated attended the university of chicago and my mother on the other hand came from a background. Where you have to think about this. Her father was a surgeon. Her mother was a schoolteacher in psalm alabama so obviously black african american back then prominent family. Her two brothers were surgeons. Her sister was a phd professor in english and my mother came to chicago to get her master's in social services at loyola. So now you've got these two converging people now completely different backgrounds you know and and they met ed dance. My parents met at a dance and my father. I remember him saying you know. Ask your mother. You know at the dance. Could i take her whole and my mother said absolutely not absolutely not it. She said. I'm going home with the person that brought me. And so for my father. Being the maverick entrepreneurs salesman was game on. That was
"eunice." Discussed on KTOK
"Eunice Cory's news radio 1000 Katie. OK, this is well preserved and we are live today at the Sanders market. Santa's market is at the Oklahoma City fairgrounds. We are in the pavilion building. So when you drive up to the pavilion building, you will see that Leigh Matthews has sparked the Katie. Okay, Van right out front. There's also Becky Ivan's big truck. She's got the whole driveway parked, hadn't she? I mean, she picks up a little faith. It is a moving van. It is a moving van. And then you see the Katie. Okay, Well, I'm sorry. The well preserved Tag the Tahoe so that's a big tip for the day likes just got all excited because he knows we're going to give away some tagged the Taiho bucks. He brought it out about you brought in threshing Crisp $100 bills this morning. I know, I know He's helping out the sponsor redness. Yes, he certainly is not the sponsor by the way. No, he was last week. Yeah, And would you not tell them who the sponsor is? I can't make any promises I can't keep. Okay, Well, I'm gonna turn her Michael. Just really quick. You are. This is we're having a great time at Santa's barking And of course, if you have not Gone Christmas shopping yet this is the best place to go because all of our vendors here are Oklahoma born and bred and creative as all get out, you brought your own shopping carts. Oh, hey, I've got my purple wagon. It's for Alzheimer's and among your stroll through between 10 and 11, and I figure I can do about $700 worth of damage in about an hour. I bet you do if I don't stop you for speeding. Stop me for speeding. Yeah, I have Kim Lopez in here holed up behind me, and I'm taking my own mother, honey, the alarm this morning and that's Corporal Kim Lopez. Does our senior safety tips every week, So we're kind of sharing a lot today on well preserved. We want you to come join us. We are live out here and we will be sitting in with Ellie Mathews and Jamie Ashmore on the home and garden show from 11 to 1. Thanks to Cox Home life Who is one of our amazing partners for this? Um, but they're not the sponsor of the day. This part of the weekend, Okay? Hey, Every week we do a salute, and I got to meet this guy last year and I got to tell you The Oklahoma City South side. Coronas has kicked it through the park one more time. Our salute today goes to Jim Auggie Augustine. Auggie is the president of the Southwest Oklahoma City Coroner's club, and he encouraged.
Canada-US border closure extended to at least Dec. 21
"Future flight. And you could do that at any time. There is no deadline. You could even cancel that flight on the same day as your scheduled flight there. Now, If you've got plans to hit over the Canadian border, maybe or vice versa. You've got family who wants to come and visit and you had that originally planned for the next few weeks. That likely isn't going to happen. Canada just extended the closure of its borders to December 21st. The country's border has been shut down to the United States since March because of the pandemic, except for essential travel, and the Canadians have been renewing that every month since that original closure well, 6 37 disability advocates insist a Christmas light show on the site of the old Fernald school in Waltham shouldn't go on the Christmas display is being set up against the jarring brutalist backdrop of the abandoned Eunice Kennedy Shriver center, with its shattered windows and graffiti up top that says NOPE. Disability Advocate Chris Ho says. This drive thru light celebration by the city of Waltham and the Lions Club is just plain wrong. The shiny lights would be beautiful somewhere else,
"eunice." Discussed on KTOK
"OK, this is well preserved with Eunice Corey. I am your host today Carry Dennis and we have Patrick Motherland, as always today were given Eunice a little breaking break because Next week. We have got the Santa market Patrick. Yes, we do. We have a live remote next week sent a market is going to be happening. Something Look forward to you. And here today in house with us, we have got the main person, the inventor, the CEO who's responsible for saying in charge of Santa market. Joan Clarke with us today. So we will be visiting with Miss Joan Go mourn area on the show today. Cali, her the brainchild, the mastermind of Santa market, So we have a lot of help. It's my daughter and my daughter's mother. Molly Night making nine Molly Knight. It's the three of us go the blame or all the credit way to talk more about that later on in the show. We've also got lasagna Nash in studio with US today, lasagna. Is with Caregiver magazine, which is the premiere magazine for seniors and Caregivers all across the state of Oklahoma. So thank you for being here today. Look, Thank you for having me here. Good morning. Good morning. Good morning, radio land. Yeah, guys, we have made it to November. 14th of this. Sliding into this weekend year. This year. We're gonna say this year 2026 weeks left to 2020 0. Let's hope it's not a baker's dozen year way have made it And you know one reason what, what we have made it so Wonderfully through this year is because of our incredible Oklahoma Sheriff's Office Triad coordinator Ms Kim Lopez. She is our salute of the week this week, so I want to go ahead and give her a round out. Yes know Kim does not fit the age requirement.
Buy an Apple Watch from Best Buy, get 6 months of Apple Fitness Plus free
"When last we left each other I said, we talk about a couple of services moves made by apple at Tuesday's time flies event. Let's say we start the day they're. Remember the gym and Personal Trainers. Apple is Kinda SORTA. Bringing those back to you with fitness plus while lots of APPs take advantage of the fitness tracking capabilities in Apple Watch. The Cupertino Company says fitness plus the first fitness program built specifically for its wearable. According to the press release. Apple Fitness plus intelligently incorporates metrics from the Apple Watch for users to visualize right on their IPHONE IPAD or apple TV offering a first of its kind personalized workout experience. That sounds kind of like the watches weekly move recommendation ratcheted up with a boat load of four Eunice. According to release using a custom recommendation engine fitness plus considers previously completed workouts and intelligently suggest new options that match the workouts users select most often or something fresh to bounce their current routine. Customers can also use an intuitive filtering tool choose what is most important to them when looking for a workout whether it's the workout type that trainer, the duration or the music. The released goes on to say workout as selected and started on iphone IPAD or Apple TV. The correct workout type will automatically start on Apple Watch during the session, the metrics from Apple Watch or shown on the screen and come to life for moments of inspiration. Workout types at launch will include cycling treadmill, Rowing High Intensity Interval Training Strength Yoga dance core, and mindful cool down. The program promises training for all levels from the never broke a sweat on purpose to hard bodies to. Yeah I used to work out. Launching later this year in Australia? Canada Ireland new. Zealand. The UK and the US. Fitness will run subscribers, nine dollars and ninety nine cents per month or seventy, nine, ninety, nine per year. It comes with a one month free trial unless you buy a new Apple Watch. In which case it comes with three months free unless you buy that Apple Watch from best buy in which case it comes with six months free.
Beirut blast: Helping children cope with catastrophe
"While many children that safest place is at home in Beirut. Last month's huge explosion that devastated the port and surrounding neighborhoods change that forever. In an interview with you and uses Daniel Johnson child protection officer ruler of. Describe what the UN Children's Fund UNICEF is doing to address their fears in safe spaces dotted around Lebanon's capital city with the added stress created by rising numbers of covid nineteen infections. It's important to explain to children that their fears are in normal. In an abnormal situation she explains though I'm. I'm the Child Protection Officer at Lebanon. Country Office with UNICEF Lebron focusing on everything related to psychosocial support. So today, I'm in the fields we will be visiting three of the Chart Fan dispaced. I'm couldn't you at one of them? Those three friendly spaces were established as a respond to Beirut explosion. And this is one of the activities or component with aiming to tackle and to respond to this crisis when it comes to the psychosocial support that aiming to provide. Right. So what's in a child friendly space and how many children are you catering for as Eunice Surf in London on right now for the time being today as after they, I can tell you we have three hundred fantasy spaces in public garden, but we have many more established across Beirut and outside Beirut also response to the crisis that provide psychosocial support for children, those spaces are and unfortunately for children to come them and their caregivers and to have the opportunity to interact with the three years and also to be able to express. Themselves,
Tipping the Waiter at the TikTok Table; Howard Schultz: This is a five-star emergency
"Up on today's podcast tech and the platform that's finally got adults talking tick tock tech stocks have been on a tear salesforce Microsoft and facebook all hit record highs this week. But leading the charge apple last Friday I will lead over ten percent in one day yesterday the stock closed at an all time high and now apple is just a few percentage points away from hitting a two trillion dollars market cap the golden number to get it there four, hundred, sixty, seven dollars and seventy seven cents a share. And it looks like apple wine this milestone before it's order one stock split goes into effect at the end of this month. The other companies in the headlines? This Week tiktok beloved by teems commonly misunderstood adults, and now a chesapeake in international business and diplomacy. Here's injury Ross Mark and we've been talking TIKTOK and Microsoft and all of what's happening in Washington. Eunice Yoon reporting now that it's not just Microsoft but to other tech firms that are in talks with Tik Tok owner by dance over a possible sale in president trump said yesterday, he was ready to approve a purchase of the US operations tiktok. But then he said the only woman to do it if the government receives a lot of money in exchange listen to this. Microsoft or somebody else who was the Chinese? What what the price is the United States could should get a very large percentage of that price because we're making it possible without us you know I use the expression it's like the landlord and the tenant. And without the lease the tenant doesn't have the value what we're sort of in a certain way the lease we make it possible to have this great success, tick toxic tremendous success, but a big portion of its in this country. Sale? Yeah. Whatever the number is, would it would come from the civil on Wall Street banker problems. By the way they call that tipping the waiter, but I don't think we've ever tipped the government for transaction president trump said he told Microsoft's CEO that a very substantial portion of the price is going to have to come into the treasury of the United States because quote or making it possible for this deal to happen I was on the phone by the way with. The people involved in this transaction deal teams on all sides who heard that yesterday. Couldn't really even make. Heads or tails of what the president was saying how. Would you hey the government what would that look like could there be a formulation where ultimately you come to some kind of transactional agreement and then you announce that you're making some kind of infrastructure investment in the in the United States who you're going to create some kind of jobs I'm literally, this is the conversation that's happening inside the room among these companies. If we created some companies without yesterday we got to it. It's what did you say? I. Heard it reported yesterday when I first started reporter yesterday I thought he's just saying this stuff off the cuff he doesn't really mean it. Then I saw what he actually said I thought wow, he does mean it. I don't even know how you could possibly as somebody WHO's working on this deal come up with anything that makes any sense and Steve Ballmer Steve Balmer was with us yesterday and said as a shareholder as the top shareholder Microsoft he would love to see this deal get done at the right price. Gets an exciting proposition for Microsoft. obviously depends on the price. Price is important as well as whatever restrictions come from a government perspective but I think it's an exciting avenue for Microsoft to really increase its consumer base. I don't know how you figure out any sort of pricing right pricing when you have to then go in and add some significant number on top that you'd be paying to the US Treasury. Well, what are they? Going to happen is because this is a bit of evaluation game. And I hate to say, we're going to be using trump valuation but I think that what's going to happen is they're going to effectively. Create a higher valuation for the overall business. Then kind of create something where they can say we're giving you something and that bite dance is giving it. That's the other important part of the view at least from what I understand Turnley among these groups is that the money has to come out of China not out of a US company. So you're going to have to make it appear whatever that whatever it is that you're giving to appear that China's not getting part of that's because Peter Navarro and others don't frankly want US money. Ten twenty thirty billion forty billion dollars ending up in the hands of China for the. So there's so many sort of China. has already weighed in. On this today that China has weighed in on this today through some of the states that media where they are saying that you know the US is basically stealing us and trying to do take off with this that it's a rogue nation now at this point. So the idea that you are going to come up with something that satisfies the trump administration and at the same time satisfies the communist government in China Good luck with that I mean this is they're going to get caught in between the two the two with this because even though China may not. Necessarily, be looking for some of the same angles. It's not going to say, okay, it's okay for the US to come out looking like this and stealing our company and don't worry about it. CEO of Tiktok you know or bite dance don't worry about it. We'll live with that sort of a kind of a slap in the face. To all this stuff we're talking about it. Sorry Andrew it. It overshadows the the lead of the story right and that's that there are possibly other suitors for the US. Of tiktok, we we we talked yesterday Andrew about well, maybe media companies would be interested in this property. Now, you know the the wording here that that we use her that Eunice was reporting was other tech offense, which which makes it even more interesting and who these other tech companies. May Be an at. Are they based in the US or are they elsewhere? It would be very I. I would imagine it would be very hard for Google or Amazon or an apple etc to try to buy this company given the anti-trust pressures on them, I. Think my understanding was that the White House preferred that liked the Microsoft choice from a regulatory perspective. So it's all very interesting by the way the other piece of this is the part I. Really don't understand if you're apple today, you know we're talking about this two trillion dollars market cap that keeps going up and up and up. Given. Given. The China risks now now, maybe look they foxconn supplying hundreds of thousands of people if not more than are making these phone so maybe they can't just say to Tim. Cook. Good luck to you but I would think there would be risk if we do this to a Tiktok what kind of a backlash reciprocal. Backlash is China going to have for some US companies doing business there? That's the part I don't understand say knock built into any of the. It it's it's no different than the same conversations we were having during the depths of the trade war. Right? We had these same conversations. We push too hard if the tariffs are to punitive companies are companies like apple, the ones that are going to face the pushback or the retaliation in some way and I think it's fair to say that that that never really came back to these two tech companies I mean, she didn't say where those tech companies were based and and I wonder what the US would do that if if it was being pursued by a company, another technology company based in China but not based in the United States either how would Sylvia's see something like that and would they still threaten to turn off the the APP in the United States if it was not a US company?
China orders closure of US consulate as tensions escalate
"Let's get to this. China's story escalation overnight. It's important, isn't it? I thought we had big trade deal going on their. Beijing is revoking the license for us. Consulate in China. After US ordered China's Houston conflict to close by today. I wonder how POMPEII is. Speech is being taken over there, too. I mean. He stopped short of regime change, but. I mean it almost sounded like he was going there for a while? The truth is that our policies and those of other free nations resurrected China's failing economy only to see Beijing bite the international hands the feeding. Eunice Yoon joins us up with the latest. High, Eunice, yeah, now it did, but as you said he did stop short, but when he was talking about China in his blistering speech, he described it as a Frankenstein. That's what struck me that he described it as a Frankenstein that was created by the policies of the free world. And he was essentially calling on all countries within the free world to. Unite against a Communist China saying that if the free world allows China to continue. Pursuing its path that that could potentially change the free world so. It was a speech that the foreign ministry did not like they called it. Full of ideological bias said that it was. Unattached to reality? But it did take some measures specifically out on the consulate in thome do so that conflict is now going to be shutdown of the state media said it's going to be within seventy two hours so by Monday and the Foreign Ministry also accused the American staff. There of interfering in Chinese internal affairs state media the the reasoning. Of. Why China chose tone do. Is this. It's essentially one of the smaller consulates compared to the others. It's seen as not having a huge impact on American business, but at the same time would hurt because the media. Have pointed out and quoting experts as saying that that's where America. A gathers information on strategic weapons in the region and also gathered information on the situation in Tibet. So the reason why this is being explained in the state media is because the messaging is that Beijing wants to show that it's tough. It wants to be able to match what the US is doing at the same time. It wants to say there's a little bit of a door open because we don't want to have an escalation of tensions, even though, of course it's seems really difficult. To see where it all heads
Leading the Gates Foundation Fight Against Coronavirus
"We have a really exciting opportunity today to talk to someone. That's helping lead the charge against the crow virus. Mark Suzman is CEO of the bill and Melinda Gates Foundation who are putting a ton of resources behind looking for solutions right now and we're really grateful to have a few minutes of your time mark. Thank you for doing this. Great detroi- well. The Gates Foundation has a publication called the optimist which we think is exactly the kind of attitude that we need right now and we'll have time to talk about specifics of the virus in treatments soon but I in general terms at a high level. What's keeping optimistic right now? Well we do have publication called the optimistic with inter-regional you're listening to subscribe. It's a great publication that sort of sends out an US on a pretty regular basis actually comes from Bill and Melinda Gates who are like to call themselves impatient optimists we we decided not to call the publication. The impatient optimists and at times like this. It's sometimes challenging to to feel optimistic but on the real plus side one. We're seeing are really unprecedented progress in of the search for a vaccine that still going to be a wild but we're a pretty confident that they will be a successful vaccine you know unlike say with HIV where we struggle to find one up to more than thirty years. And it's going to be the foster. Sfaxien ever successfully developed in human history there already number of candidates in trials but we have a lot of scientists who look at that and feel pretty confidence and the challenge is going to be really about getting them through as quickly as possible getting them into distribution and manufacturing and trying to make sure that they are globally accessible. Because it's something the world's GonNa need so that probably the biggest one on the horizon. The second one is a cautious optimism. But it's also combined with a worry Which is so far. We haven't seen the kind of days in the developing world which we were very worried about probably off the levels we've seen in the US and Europe. We're working very hard and you. These places with very low and weak health resources to try and help with preparation still worries that there may be major outbreaks but again the steps that have been taken by these countries today despite their challenging circumstances have certainly a voted foul outcomes and that's being another bid relatively good news and I know that that global outlook is really important to the Gates Foundation. What are y'all doing to make sure that the work that you're doing is able to be used worldwide. Yes so that's something we do for like when we work extensively across the US obviously and we have carry lodge program. Which of being heavily disrupted and Writing educational opportunities for low income students and kids of Color in K twelve and post-second buck most by workers in global health and global development issues. And everything we do as informed by what he calls global access so we do a lot of research and development Some of that is in helpings like New Treatments. Or vaccines or things that are Diseases like malaria or tobacco. So I do think that disproportionately affect poor people and we have requirement whenever we make grunts that Any results Former global access. You know they need to be accessible and affordable globally and we support directly a number of organizations that help ensure that happens so the Global Fund to fight. Hiv Malaria Which was actually something where President Bush was the inaugural funded from the US and and was the counterpart to the pet. Far -Unding is a huge operation. That actually helps keep many millions of people on anti retrovirals but also that's bednets across the developing world to prevent Larrea to Berkey Laos's treatments. And what it does is it. Cools or sources including from the foundation many governments including the US which is the largest Funda. And then how? Purchase those at bulk because it is a crisis and then distribute them to the needy globally and we have the partnerships that do the same in areas like vaccines. So I know that scenario that we've worked together on before is in is in global health. We had Bill Melinda Gates recently at our form on leadership for them to talk about the work that they've done and Y'all done a lot of work with global epidemics previously like in global health. You've been very active. What did you learn from the worthy done previously? That's helping you today. So some of it is pretty simple stuff right. You need basic functional primary healthcare systems that that may sound and we're kind of used most people can excess at least minimal basic healthcare in the US effectively but You in very poor countries. That means often. There's barely a clinic with basic equipment or tools. But we need that. We make a lot of investments in trying to support those kind of experts if you have accessible primary care that's able to take early action than that helps prevent a whole lot of the health outcomes and then the car. Koga crisis where you're trying to Provide community engagement or involvement to help support challenges. Where you're often working in situations like crowded urban slums where it's very difficult to sort of isolate if you have symptoms we've seen countries like South Outta go for example which have extensive networks that have been set up to deal with HIV crisis actually being able to mobilize those network to help support Kobe or simply one of the talents we have. We are the largest. Funders globally the. Us is also very generous support of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative that unfortunately it had to be put on pause for why because we can't currently vaccinate children because it's the opposite of social distancing malaria polio vaccine. Excuse me drops that needs to be put in the mouth of a baby. That's held by their parents but we had big infrastructure that we've developed Without the partners over the years including Eunice and the World Health Organization Rotary that is very expert at surveillance and tracking and tracing Things which can now again be used in that Jacobin. So we've had a lot of those kinds of blessedness Which we wish. We didn't have to have them to help. But there certainly are helping with the current crisis
Suspicious Celebrity Deaths: Marilyn Monroe
"We'll start our exploration with a clip from podcast original conspiracy. Theories that discusses the media sensationalized death of actress and sex icon Marilyn Monroe nearly sixty years after her death. Monroe continues to be a pop culture icon. Monroe's private life was the subject of much Hollywood gossip in the nineteen fifties. She was involved in two highly publicized marriages and divorces and battled addiction and depression when she died of a prescription overdose in nineteen sixty two. It was ruled a suicide but many believed there was something more behind her cause of death on August fourth nineteen sixty two. Maryland spent most of the afternoon in a room after having an argument with her friend and publicist Pat Nukem in the morning nukem state at the House for the rest of the afternoon at about three or four. Pm Maryland's housekeeper. Eunice Murray called over her psychiatrist. Dr Ralph Greenspan. She claims she called him because she was troubled by Maryland's request for an oxygen treatment. Even though oxygen was a well-known hangover cure at the time Dr Green soon arrived around three or four Pat Nukem left and green spoke to Maryland in her room for about an hour. Greenspan left asking Murray to stay at Maryland's house overnight and keep an eye on her Maryland took a telephone into her room and spent the night making calls to friends and acquaintances every when she spoke to agree she didn't sound drugged or depressed and she gave no indication. She was considering suicide at around ten PM. She set the receiver down during a call and never turned around ten thirty. She made one last call to Peter. Lawford her friend. And the husband of Patricia Kennedy during the call she apparently drifted into unconsciousness and stopped responding at either midnight or three a m. She changed her story later. In the morning Eunice Murray woke up and noticed a light in Maryland's room was still on but she wasn't responding. She called Dr Green Son who broke in through the bedroom window and found Maryland lying dead clutching the telephone. Next to empty pill. Bottles of prescription sedative called NEMBUTAL and a nearly empty bottle of another sedative choral hydrate. Greenspan called Maryland's physician Dr Hyman Engelberg. Who came over and officially pronounced her dead at four. Twenty five am the police were called. Murray Greenspan and Engelberg initially told investigators Jack Clemens that Maryland's body had been found at midnight creating a four hour gap between discovering the body and calling the police that none of them could account for clemens. Was Relieve by Sergeant Marvin known who sealed up the house until the full investigative force arrived at about five thirty when the investigators questioned them later that morning. Murray Greenspan and Engelberg all changed their stories to say that Maryland's body hadn't been discovered until three a m inconsistencies in the forensic evidence and the witnesses stories. Baffled the police but it did appear to be a suicide so they held off on opening an official investigation until the coroner confirmed the cause of death. The coroner's investigation went on for less than a week during which they interviewed. None of the key witnesses except for Maryland psychoanalyst. Dr Ralph Greenspan after speaking with Dr Greenspan the deputy. Da Leading the investigation said. He was completely convinced that. Maryland's death was not a suicide. The medical examiner's performing the autopsy also believed the death couldn't have been a suicide but despite those findings the coroner officially ruled the cause of death as a probable suicide over the past five decades. Even more evidence has emerged to suggest that Marilyn's death was not in fact a suicide. There have been repeated calls to reopen the investigation into Maryland's death some as recent as two thousand two should not be a close case. It should be an open case by the. Da There's too much too. Many people too much overwhelming evidence that proves that this was not a suicide and I think that Maryland needs closure the difficulty with finding the truth. Is that nearly all the key? Figures involved in Maryland's death are now dead themselves and the statements they gave during their lifetimes were often contradictory. Many of the witnesses who have spoken out against the official story have been discredited as liars fame seekers and conspiracy theorists despite evidence that they might be telling the truth and many of the people who upheld the official story had their own hidden agendas. It was in their best interest to end the inquiry into Maryland's death as quickly as possible
"eunice." Discussed on WGN Radio
"Yes miss Eunice mostly get them on the journey Stephen Colbert would any society have put up with the heat of the sun media welcome preceding the security database it will maybe go and meet your needs must be lucky in it they will collect a microburst yeah conducted a villainous soon number three sixty since it would've made economical Cologne birth know some but not as much yes Mike I didn't like your but if it is so nice he said what is the policy in the middle seat for second day those **** intellect and that the media since it might be a little every American deserves coverage portable care and we can get it done Mike left for supporting things that trump conveyed the message compromisso peninsula I'm Mike Bloomberg candidate for president and I approve this message paid for by Mike Bloomberg twenty twenty posted about it god is forty six speak of being I don't know the it together and see if we Rangers GM do you think the dealership continuing.
"eunice." Discussed on Q95
"We thought you by the end of the book yeah watch just around you know I toss also if Eunice and I did notice when she was a delight what's this where were you in the eighties and not wearing scrunch entirely my my little girls too so it's it's it's scrunchie time we have Kristy Lee live in in her news desk what have we missed well remember the duct tape in and that was have re where hi this was the thing in this was the thing in the art as well for the festival in Miami duct tape the banana and they told me they claim it sold for I don't do that they said they sold to four hundred twenty dollars can't say it if it's not truly one long Hey well Popeye's is in the news because they duct tape their chicken sandwich onto a canvas at all love Mauricio Cattelan the all on what they're imitating the artist that did it in my call the comedian or says yes Popeyes had price the working title the sandwich at a hundred and twenty thousand three dollars and ninety nine cent rate because of course the cell which is three ninety nine is the change that it partnered with St Paul gallery urban art in Miami to display a real Popeye's chicken sandwich duct tape to a campus as one of the art pieces exhibited during the week what's funnier than the original of eyes at a quote when an art lover finally decides to buy it profits from the sale will go directly to the pop eyes foundation a nonprofit organization that helps communities with food and support in times of need much funnier couple baseball delta duct tape a baseball dual brick wall inserted season starts March whatever yeah yeah which doctor crystal I'm only saying that because of the smaller do I think I'll get it all you're very kind but I think I think a lot more than one piece now so we could duct tape you OB could you still do the news well it depends on if you dictate my arms down I mean you have to I have to be able to get a hold we have to do it outside because the walls Uros Tarkenton via the window here right now all right of that would work side when you know you can get what you have but that you would be so you would be I think so yeah I don't think duct tape well it would if we have to get enough of the what is the Connellan the artist was responsible for the banana man and if it if you don't this story sounds completely fake it's real Ellis rail a guy in cycles Sunday New York times defended this is art they did and then we remember the banana was still hearing if you're wondering why people love okay yeah I like real art I mean I guess that's I know that Israel are not about artists that's of all about art criticism yeah would you like to be duct tape I bet we could I bet duck tape behold I bet three strips of Darfur getting her class told you can't be done all dot thinking like it doesn't you're not gonna duct tape my mouth shut your.
"eunice." Discussed on KTOK
"Health care services so when you moved to Spanish cove you do pay an entry fate and there's a great medical tax deduction that many people are eligible for so almost half of it could be a medical tax deduction and we share with residents and with people looking at their options the tax advantages and that is a great way to also help preserve their state for their future healthcare needs okay wait a minute you talked about part of the entry fee as a medical Alexander action tax deduction and so is half the monthly fee really yes so if they get they and one time medical tax deduction in connection with their life care contract and their entry fee when they move in and then there after each month half of their it's approximately half of their monthly fee after the monthly fee is a medical tax deduction yes so every year with their monthly fee as a tax deduction yes so many of the people that we help move in and need tax deductions and so it's a great way to really reduce how much they pay in taxes because they're able to get the medical the prepaid medical tax deduction even though they're an independent living okay I have had the opportunity to compare some long term care policies and when you talk about long term care in private communities costing upwards of nine thousand dollars and that's the twenty thousand nineteen cost I noticed that some of their plans are only going to pay like thirty five hundred for reimbursement that's a month maybe a hundred and fifty dollars a day so even having the long term care insurance they could be a little bit short on paying for all of the services that they need so having the the lifetime contract really helps out it does it does because if you have long term care insurance like you were saying that pays a hundred dollars a day and you get reimbursed three thousand a month and your long term care only cost thirty seven under a month yeah your out of pocket but only seven hundred dollars so it is a big savings absolutely with that we are going to take a short break and come back and visit with don plus he's got an amazing story to tell this is well preserved with Eunice Corey newsradio one thousand eighty.
Trump Says Trade War With China Could Drag On
"President trump sent a shockwave through the markets after announcing a trade deal with China might make more sense after the twenty twenty on election then early this morning as we started squawk box the markets reversed course and indicated to open higher on a Bloomberg report. That people familiar with the matter said the. US and China China are getting closer to agreeing on the amount of tariffs that would be rolled back in a phase one trade deal. This is all happening while. President trump is in London for the seventieth anniversary of NATO's founding and let's get back to Becky I guess there's a lesson from the last twenty four hours. It's every trade headline could swing things in one direction or the other markets gets are watching this waiting to see what happens as we get closer to that December fifteenth deadline for win. Additional tariffs are expected to go on. If there's not a trade deal that's reached yesterday. Yesterday was A little bit of a rough session for stocks the Dow at one point following more than four hundred points before closing down by two hundred and fifty points. That's just worst day since early October. And that tells you a little bit about where we've come in these markets the idea that a one percent pullback. We haven't seen that in over two months. How are we hitting new highs for two three months up to thirty one day or so on the SNP? But I think a lot of that was built on the assumption that you would see if not some trade deal that was done. Additional tariffs on our back to that. We're back we're GONNA supposedly according to this person who knows which persons which campus which we're going to have something by December fifteen th and there will be additional tariffs anyway anyway when it was all said and done we have a two day. One wasn't caught call market trauma. Let's at one point. One point nine percent point nine for all time is one percent for the year one point nine percent down from all time by the way much needed needed it. It's good thing overall. I need more Shaka tree is a what is this. This is not even a I don't know this is like a hangnail. Look equity even psoriasis. Equity exposure exposure has been optimistic for the entire year. You have a friendly fed. That's underneath the market. That's supporting the market. Anytime cautious optimism evolves into extreme stream optimism which over the last couple of weeks. It seems to have. It's good if you temper. That enthusiasm have a little bit of a pullback in the market because that leads you to the next road higher. Let's get the latest trade buzz from Jeffers in Washington who was it. Amen was up from our side and it was at the the more Eh wasn't Navarro. Probably have you think it was Mnuchin or something the source for this Bloomberg piece that we're all talking about this morning yes you know. There's like three senior administration officials who do tend to talk not sure I can name exactly which senior administration officials Bloomberg but they're saying. US China move closer or to trade deal Despite heated rhetoric so that gives you a sense that we might be getting halfway there but a lot of these reports have been giving you the sense that we're getting halfway there and halfway there and halfway there as you know you can go halfway there forever without actually getting there so not clear what this necessarily means. The president is in London then where he has been making headlines about trade during the course of the week a lot of complexities on the global stage here for the president to sort through in London and will watch for those relationships during the course of the day today as we see these further bilateral meetings between the president and European leaders and whether we get any indication from any of those where any of these trade negotiations between the US and the European countries or the US and China where any of that is going to land. Joe There. I guess ascribing some some of president trump's comments or not ascribing but describing them as not necessarily policy but sort of speaking just off the top of his head. That's what we're hearing about the COP off. The COP does a lot of off-the-cuff does he does. And you know in in the way does it. You gotTa Love It. It's like I'm thinking that but I'm not going to say but right after he said it. which is it's just? It's kind of funny question yesterday. I don't want to answer that question. And then he answered the question he did Eh. Makoni is pretty funny to you. GotTa admit where he goes. That was the biggest non-answer you know your. That's why you're such a good politician because you really don't say tense meeting between Emmanuel Macron and big handshake Sanchez to write a squeezy handshake from down to one hundred percent taxes on two point. Four billion worth of French goods will make a relationship a little still thinking thinking about that. Can you still get. I still get French onion soup without without a terrorist. We're so we're GONNA in front of. Ah French fries. Though I saw another potatoes are getting smaller. I saw that today. I don't know whether it's climate change whether it. Hey Ain't you really concern me with getting getting halfway there and then halfway the halfway there because that's asymptotically analysis you will never get there. You realize that you can see where you're you're trying to get and you get closer to eat within a millimeter of getting there. But then you're only by two. Yeah you'll never ever get there. Let's just hope you're wrong about that. I mean that's the question is are we getting. There does indicate some underlying reality or are these just officials sort of talking to reporters on the on the sly one thing that's obscured scared with all the back and forth the Mnuchin wing that Navarre wing is. Is there a deal on the table for the taking if we wanted it right now is there takeoff on the tariffs and buy some. You'll score is that. Is that deal on news. That skinny deal on the table right. I mean it seems like the Chinese would would agree to buy something from the US in exchange for the US holding off on tariffs the question is how many what tariffs and which which of the tit. For Tat responses responses during the course of the year will be rolled back at what time that is much more complicated negotiation but you could imagine that the US was willing to roll back all of its tariff. Eric increases the Chinese would buy some goods call today. But that's not what the president got in this for. That's not what he wants. But let's get to Eunice you in Beijing for the trade bus from China just outlined launched in a bid on what you guys were discussing with aim on that Bloomberg report just based on on versus in China has said they are already thought that they we had an agreement on Tariffs Robak over a month ago. Our about a month ago. I know that's when the commerce ministry if you remember had said that there there is going to be a phase out of these tariffs and said it quite quite a proudly then the next day president trump head backed act away from it. So I think it's probably worth taking this latest report with a grain of salt until the until we actually we see hit
Iran defends its decision to block UN atomic inspector
"Iran is defending its decision to block a U. N. inspector last week from a nuclear site Iran's atomic agency claiming legally speaking the government did nothing wrong when it blocked the female inspector from its not and nuclear facility Iran claims the inspector tested positive for traces of explosive nitrates the winds of nuclear watchdog disputes the allegation tensions already are high with the nuclear deal between Iran and world powers in question on state TV the spokesperson warned against using inspections for sabotage and leaking
Here's what happened in this big week for the economy
"Busy week and five maybe six minutes of live radio to wrap things up Catherine Bell is with the Washington Post genus thousand new jobs three point six percents on the unemployment rate I would just yeah I think it's it's a good sign certainly we beat expectations this past month mansion on record of course the average number those this year is below genus. Mike let me turn to you and and the other big big thing that happened this week federal wrong markets reasonably comfortable and care four minutes left trying to counter act couple of months in quarters as president trump has ramped up his trade war and then spend about do you think Katherine Let me let me rephrase that question I read my interpretation I think that was the market's interpretation as well and and look there are shooting in the GDP report that came out This week I mean I guess it was better than expectations but it was still slowdown so I think that Powles who do to inoculate the economy against them and and hope that the trade I had a chance to ask chair Paul a question you asked him what it would take for him raising rates again just because that's what's happened after the last couple of instances of insurance rates again in the near future you know he basically said that they would have to see stronger hiring prices to really really feel that they need to raise rates again and what's is going forward just because you haven't seen any kind of pressures down so I think open question it will be sort of something that the Fed is watching numbers the New York Fed came out today and said they see the fourth quarter GDP at eight chickens go sure we'll look it does not appear that we are at imminent risk continued falling of business investment continued slowdown within job growth things L. quite as buoyant as they did not so long ago if they're worried about manufacturing compel a at the Washington Post Eunice Mike at the New York Times thanks you too
"eunice." Discussed on KTOK
"No no **** home life care y'all have got an amazing medical alert system good morning Eunice thank you well and I am so honored that you're here and one of the things I love about these national companies that are developing their technology they are using Oklahoma City is a pilot program and that makes me feel very very honored because we are in Oklahoma we take care of our family of our neighbors and our friends so I'm popped on the medical alert system but you're the man you know the details how easy it is and as soon as the jewel comes out you know the cute little yes necklace with the bling bling bling bling I can see that it's going to be in a lot of seminars that I'm doing this fall so tell me about the medical alert system with **** and this is only with car it is only with **** **** just launched a medical alert system it's been in calm city little very X. a year it was a year Feb worried last February it's a medical arts this map of its for older adults that may well preserved okay well preserved older adults that live alone and have held the mobility issues it's medical system that has twenty four seven a response so senses through **** you don't actually have to have our **** services we would like you to be a tight in the **** services but yeah it's a self contained system so doesn't require internet connection does require a land line it's gonna use cell phone towers to connect up to the mind to suit at Monticello home okay with that said it had we used smart technology devices in the home we use a hub that's the heart beat of the system we actually have two options we have a home option we have a more on the go option for more active well preserved adults that's the one I'm really interested in I mean I have a lot of windows and you know they are on the go they go play bridge on Friday they're toddling over here at the mall they're probably middle eighties but there's always they get to that stage in life that they're fearful you know so having the on the go yes so it works outside the home so you can take all the great technology of **** home life care and take it on the go with you so it provides a go hub that provides two way communication between the user in the mantra silty it has a automatic fault detection pendant so the user fail it's going to automatically detect her fall and a connect them up to the care facility what makes us one of the most comprehensive medical alert devices on the market it's our voice today what device it's a device that you can place in high fall areas of the home I sold the most dangers room in the home is to shower to restroom so you can put off of voice enable devices in the home where you can use your voice to call for help if you say call nine one one three consecutive times it a trigger response just as if you push the button and okay and that's when our local Oklahoma City fire department ends up going into homes a lot because they receive that nine one one and a following your ride it's it's your bathroom detailed that yeah they slip in the shower absolutely aren't bar soap fell down so today so you know but that's not a good place to be but to have that service nine one one nine one one okay yes ma'am and then we also have a app that connects the family back to the user myself any other vices were triggered not only does the monitor silly receive the notification but the love once tied to the user as well and so with the app you receive push notifications on your smart phones and it provides one apple provides who push the medical emergency it gives the time when it was pressed duration of emergency and the location the word emergency occurred in within the app you can also push right in the app and merely connect yourself to them care facility ribs to receive immediate updates while well you know our previous show that was on Becky had a gentleman on talking about safety transferring money and everything and we serve people that that may be are in the fourth quarter of their life that have mental and health issues and a lot of times they don't know you know if that phone rings they answer it because they're so glad to talk to someone and the next thing we know you know they're doing that but these are protected they only are connected to the subscriber and their family that is correct okay this is a perfect marriage because you all have the I. pad with comfort keepers where it only connects the subscriber with their family so if they have a comfort keepers home care that's part of the service for our our people yes it's it's actually wonderful lexan I we've spoken a few times because between the our family room which is connected to directly to myself any any of our managers are operations staff and we get notifications.
Venezuela, Colombia And Nicolas discussed on Well Preserved with Eunice
"To border crossings between Venezuela and Colombia are open again, allowing Venezuelans to buy much-needed food and medicine in Colombia, the crossings were shut down four months ago by Venezuela's embattled President Nicolas
News in Brief 3 June 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations pregnant women are putting their lives and their babies at risk because of catastrophic and prohibitive healthcare costs before during and after childbirth UNICEF executive director, Henrietta, four said on Monday. Her comments, a company, a new report, highlighting, how few of the world's poorest pregnant women have a doctor, nurse or midwife at their side, when they need them, according to the UN children's fund more than five million families across Africa Asia, Latin America, and the Caribbean spent at least forty percent of their food household expenses for the entire year just on maternal health services, and it says that eight hundred women die every day from complications while yet. More mothers live with debilitating outcomes compared with most rich countries where a skilled birth attendant is present at almost all deliveries. The tiny drops significantly in least developed countries, the Eunice f- research shows these states include Somalia where professionals are present. In less than one in ten births and south Sudan, where only one in five deliveries is assisted to chat now where the killing of reporter. Oh, bed Nang butner brings to nineteen number of journalists killed around the world, so far in two thousand nineteen Mr. noncombatant, who was forty two worked for public broadcaster. Tele chad. He was fatally wounded when the military convoy he was with hit a landmine which also killed four soldiers late last month. He was reportedly traveling to the northern side of Lake Chad to cover the aftermath of an attack on army positions by Patna extremists. In a statement condemning the attack director, general of UNESCO ultra as ULA appealed for better safety for journalists in conflict situations, including the Lake Chad region. And for safety protocols to be fully respected. And finally, an original take on the issue of sustainability an art exhibition that's been inspired by the twenty thirty gender and the seventeen goals that the international community adopted in twenty fifteen installed temporarily in the UN palace of nations by the mission of Canada. Awakening features deceptively complicated works by Canadian ended digital artists. One of them is a large photograph of a huge open Coppermine with a seemingly beautiful turquoise lake at the bottom, it's actually a toxic tailing pond. That's full of chemicals and other mining byproducts as Tara Pont from the candidate council for the arts explains, what strikes you in this work is that it's, it's beautiful to look at it. You see color, variation, you see texture. But when you realize what you're looking at in this case, a copper mine in Utah. You also realize that this is the impact of man scraping away at the natural landscape for its own purposes. Ios and that gorgeous pool of green is in fact, tailing pond. So not really so beautiful. But rather dangerous to us accompanying the exhibition is a series of sei's underscoring the urgency of cheating each of these estate development goals. Composed by leading international figures, including UN deputy chief. I mean, Mohammed, and former head of the World Bank. Jim Yong Kim Daniel Johnson, UN news.
Healthy Pavelski helps lead Sharks back to conference final
"The sharks won their second game. Seven of the Stanley Cup playoffs with a three two victory at home over the Atlantic sharks. Captain, Jill Belsky returned from injury scored the opening goal of the game is to get out there a little getting opportunity like that or and you know, to see it go on it's sometimes you get they don't they don't go in and tonight early on purposely about Tomas. Turtle added another goal to make it to nothing sharks. The app seemingly tied it in the second that the goal was waved off after view due to an offside sharks. Forward. Eunice Donskoy within sport will turn out to be the game winner as the sharks held onto advanced of the Western Conference final to face the Saint Louis
"eunice." Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"When they moved to the cloud that doesn't really exist. The equivalent there is a crazy number of security groups or routing tables or something, and so that's how it would manifest these companies. You would look and they would take their architecture diagrams from on Prem and just reproduce them using cloud concepts and it ended up being horribly expensive, not necessarily financially just like this a lot of complexity to automate the creation of accounts and routing tables, and if you wanted to deploy software you had to make sure zoom the right location and had the right firewall rules to accessing. So it was very slow to deploy. It's also. Oh, just very abrasive against the trends of things like container management platforms. Schedulers? It's like the whole idea of a scheduler is you wanna consolidate your compute to most efficiently sorta utilizes resources, but if you need to segment like physically with the network, you Eunice necessarily have so much compute that's being underutilized. And it only exists. So that for the network security, and so that was the both financially expensive complexity expensive problem that they were sort of facing that was slowing down that employs. And so that was what we sort of tackled. I which is this gives you an away to deploy all your applications literally right next to each other and maintain that same level of security, the less you guys take away from the container orchestration wars. Well, I mean, I think one thing we learned that there's really two types of people looking at container orchestration tooling. I think we've done very well with one, and I think we've done sub par with the other type of person one type of person is really looking for getting as close to a platform. Experiences possible getting close to a you know, I write code and it handles the routing and the load, balancing, the scaling and all sorts of concerns for me. And then there's a second type of person which is really looking for a way to best utilize compute, and these are CI systems and heavy batch systems a lot of financial markets for crunching numbers, those sorts of people that are just looking they don't need a load balancer..
"eunice." Discussed on KTOK
"Newsradio one thousand K T. Okay. This is well preserved with Eunice Corey. And we are going to have an amazing show today. The wind is kicking at fifty Penn place this morning, but it's going to be warm and toasty inside the home and garden show in the Bennett centre. You can come and see our gang later on today. And I so I always get some amazing bargains at the humming garden show. But today, we're going to talk about how do we stay fit? You know, we make all of these New Year's resolutions. We're gonna do this. We're gonna do that. And then about the fifteenth of January, we're going like, oh, well, I'm down to one are I'm down to you know, I have the opportunity of meeting people out in the community a lot, and they'll go like held are you man, you really are well preserved and I laugh until I might be a little hypocritical. If I really didn't work at this every day. God only gives you one body. So let's try to keep it fit. And we'll have Darren Kosters on in just a few minutes. He's the guy that makes me do the deal two or three times a week, as you know, every week on well preserved we do a well preserved sleet Edith was born in Hammond, Indiana, the year was nineteen Twenty-three. Yep. That would make Edith nine and a half decades on her journey of life. She graduated from elmhurst Illinois high school and went to work in nineteen forty four Edith joined the waves during World War. Two women could not serve in combat but women were a strong part of the war effort serving in many positions. Edith was stationed in Pensacola, Florida and Washington DC when the Japanese surrender on September. Second nineteen Forty-five was sign. Signed Edith were serving in Washington DC during the war effort, an enlisted person committed to at least two years. Edith was excited that the war was over. But completed her two years at Washington during her stay in Washington DC, she went to Quantico Virginia. And there she met James can't well the two were married and Edith and James had two daughters. Sadly Edith lost her oldest daughter several years ago, Mary and her youngest lives in Reno Nevada. Edith has four grandchildren and eight great grandchildren Edith James scan work for an import export business and Edith would travel on business trips with her husband to.
"eunice." Discussed on KTOK
"Radio. KT? Okay. This is well preserved with Eunice Corey and Mary Christmas, we are playing tag the Tahoe. And it looks like the phone lines are full right now, we have Elissa Elissa. Good morning. Is of their. Yes. Elissa? Good morning. So you are a curbside chronicle vendor. Yes. I am. Well, how about that? Do you know how to play tag the Tahoe? What do you know what the answer is for tag the Tahoe? Alyssa. No. I don't know. What that is. We have a sponsor of the week and to win today. You have to give me the answer to tag the Tahoe. So okay. I'm gonna go to Brian. Good morning, Brian. How are you today? Brian's gone. Okay. Vendors out there for the curbside chronicle. Eight four zero one thousand is the number that you can call you need to tell me who the sponsor of the week is and we'd love to share Christmas with you live on the newsmaker line from Fayetteville Arkansas. I have Jacob Arnold. And I also have Betsy broilers Arnold, and they are with the Broncos.
"eunice." Discussed on KTOK
"Is the host of well-deserved Eunice Corey. Newsradio one thousand KT. Okay. You know, there's over sixty four thousand. Attendees. Are we up? Newsradio one thousand KT. Okay. You can tell we're live downtown Oklahoma City at the corner of Walker and full reign. Let me tell you folks, we're down here with a couple of thousand other people for the walk today. You know, there's over sixty four thousand people in Oklahoma that had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's. But a long standing side of those people are over two hundred and twenty five thousand people that are caregivers. We are here today to support the caregivers on NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. And we're waiting for the walkers to start on this rainy day, and they are excited. There's many people. There are so many people and sitting to the left of me bundled up in three layers of clothing, I have Kerry, Dennis and Kerry is with stone creek assisted living. And can we say the weather is pretty fun today? You know, it it is and just to walk down at the by the starting gate this morning. I it just was very emotional for me to see how many people are here in this treacherous weather, and we're excited to be able to bring the radio station to you today on KT okay on well preserved. But I've always said this is one of the most. Emotional events of the year in a in a positive way because we're here not to.
"eunice." Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
"That timeframe curve research was published later that year in eighteen fifty six and then three years. Slater physicist, John Tyndall reported his own famous results from similar but much more sophisticated experiments. He was amazingly trained. Some people say that he was among the most scientifically trained people in London. At that time, for example, almost two trained. It's an amazingly well trained and had he had access to the best of the day and using all of that, he was able to conclusively describe gases like water vapor carbon dioxide and methane as potent agents for a greenhouse effect. And so, yeah, he, he clearly deserves praise for showing that so clearly a better than anyone the I really do it at that level of sophistication in detail, but he did not acknowledge in any way, did not acknowledge any contribution from Eunice Newton foot. And this is three years after she published her findings. He said things like, you know, he's not aware of any other anyone doing any other experiments like this. Well, if you just did a little bit of research, in fact, when foot had her paper published on this Tyndall had another paper published in that exact issue, not much plausible deniability, right, right. He loses a little bit, definitely atmospheric scientists, Catherine Heyhoe. Oh, put it well, when she said foot Taipa 'thus that long-term changes in that MS Feerick carbon dioxide levels could affect the temperatures of the earth was remarkably prescient. And it definitely was so remember, Eunice Newton foot mentioned her to your friends. Perhaps when discussing whatever feedback, radiative forcing or vanishing Krause fears. Well, I don't know. They're gone acquires. Fear are Krause fears are areas of the earth where water is solid. A warming earth. Of course, they would start vanishing wouldn't. They made me think the default thing in my head was someone that's in cryopreservation this fear of solid nitrogen. You know. Nice of cost. You did the ice ball. All right. So we're going to start out with the first Nobel prize the Nobel prize in physiology or medicine. This one's really cool. This goes to this is being shared between two people in American. James p. Allison and a Japanese researcher to sue JoJo. Nobel prize of physiology or medicine for two thousand eighteen..
"eunice." Discussed on Chicks in the Office
"So the TMZ report this and said that Mario Harare the security guard says he was working music festival back in April and stationed at the single gender restrooms. According to the docks obtained by TMZ Harar says, Eunice attempted to enter the restroom with Courtney and Harare told him that was not permitted Harare claims that sent Eunice into a rage, causing him to pick her up, slam him against a wall and shout expletives. The lawsuit claims, whereas injuries were so bad. He had to be treated at a hospital. He suing for assault battery intentional infliction of emotional distress and negligence. So, yeah. Eunice seems like Honda PISA show. Yeah, honestly, in it's funny, all the stuff is happening now because you know that the crashes were covering that shit up then to they broke up and now all these people that he just says, decided to like. Be like beat up for no good reason for a man just doing his job is both both be beat up where literally just people doing their job, and he was just dictum. Eunice, if you're like, there's while we're on the subject. I judge you pretty hard if you're like a dick to waiters and waitresses. Oh, toll restaurant employees or anything like that. Same because they're serving you same. You know what I mean? I hate that. It's just like, why? Like say, please say you look them in the. Yeah. Yeah, no, I'm with you. I get like it's a really big. Tell person's character. Yeah, exactly. Total only time I get angry with. If you tip like people leave, stingy tip. I always I, I'm a big over Tipper and that's part of the reason why I'm broke all the time because sometimes just like over tip because I feel like they need it and just feel like you deserve it right. The only time I'm rude to any type of person who's provided me service is cab Uber's because sometimes they are literally just do things that is. Like the cap. For instance, when the credit card wasn't work, the thing this is not my fault. It's your fault. Like, why are you being mean to be? So that's the only time as if someone's being rude to me, I get nasty with them, but otherwise just don't get why people are rude to like, yeah, I'm with you or surfing them..
"eunice." Discussed on AP News
"Senator Dianne Feinstein top democrat on the judiciary committee accuses committee chairman Chuck Grassley of trying to bully Christine Blasi Ford with his deadline this evening defined what he calls a reasonable resolution to negotiations that would lead to her testimony before the committee about our allegation that she was sexually assaulted by supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh when they're both teenagers. Her attorney calls a deadline arbitrary Nassar another day to consider terms to testify Kavanagh's denied the allegations ever since it became public a little more than a week ago. Grassley has rejected some of her previous terms, including her wanting to testify after Cavanaugh and her refusal of the committee's plan to use outside counsel to ask questions. This is a P radio news. Three infants and to adults were stabbed an attack in New York. AP's Warren Levinson with details. At least say they don't know. What exactly was going on in the flushing queens house where three newborns were stabbed overnight. It said to be common for Chinese immigrant communities to have maternity rest homes that care for babies in the first month of life. But says assemblyman Ron Kim who represents the area. Many of them are unlicensed that's part of the problem when you're not licensed property vetted. We have no record of her history. Her background victims all under a month old or listed in critical but stable condition as our two adults. A woman accused of the attacks is in custody in a hospital after what police say was a self inflicted, stab wound. Warren Levinson, New York about five hundred refugees have been relocated from Nebraska apartment complex after you Eunice redeemed to be unlivable, the Omaha world reports of me and my refugees were living in apartments in north Omaha including about one hundred seventy five school age children and dozens of.
"eunice." Discussed on KTOK
"This is well preserved with Eunice Corey looking at a beautiful Saturday football kickoff for poke Sooners, and the hogs we won't talk about last week score that anyway. It is that time of the year. It's the time of the year that people that are over sixty-five or turning sixty five if you were born in nineteen fifty three you're getting a lot of mail. It could be confusing. So one of my favorite guests live in the studio today is Ray Walker. He is the director of the Medicare assistance program. That is housed at the Oklahoma department of insurance. So we'll be talking in a little bit. And another is one of my favorite, France, Bonnie king, and she is going to be talking about town hall. If you're not familiar with townhall, you need to get your pencil out and write down some of the amazing programs that they have on the schedule for this year's lecture series as always on well preserved. We do a well preserved salute. Linda was born in Kansas City, Missouri soon after her birth the family moved back to Potter WADA me county to a community between Asher and McComb, Linda grandparents came to Oklahoma from barber, Arkansas. Linda's mom was a teacher and Linda had the opportunity to attend school. Wherever her mom was teaching. She started in Guthrie and graduated at Edmond high school, Linda, attended UCLA. Her mom remarried and her stepfather ran a bar and her mom also ran a restaurant on the side one day. Don man from Texas top by her stepfather's bar, and he saw a picture of Lynda on display and he had quired about the young lady. Donaldson found out that lend us mom. Indeed ran a restaurant down the street, and that cute gal in the picture worked at the restaurant. Well, Linda joke that Don actually came looking for her Donna and Linda were married in September of nineteen Fifty-eight Linda worked for the Oklahoma county election board for nineteen years, and she found herself after retiring with a lot of time on her hands and decided she really wasn't ready to retire and went to work for copper lake for another fifteen years when she retired from that job in two thousand eight she has continued to stay involved. With the daughters of American revolution. Try ad and she's currently working on her family genealogy, Linda loves history. She mused that today the search and genealogy is much easier than when she started. She said with a flick of a computer, you can cut out many miles traveled to complete your search after many years of registering? Oklahoma's devote Linda continues to supply all of the senior centers in Edmond with voter registration forms. She enjoyed her time at the election board and said Oklahoma really has a very good system. Her favorite trip was to Auckland New Zealand and her second was the inland Alaskan cruise Linda's comment to the younger generation is slow down think about what you're doing..
"eunice." Discussed on KQED Radio
"Dr all Oh man where to even begin with Kurt Cobain I was listening almost exclusively to the sort. Of thing we just played when a buddy of mine. Made me listen to never mind after a round of Super Mario. World It was the first. Truly loud music I ever loved Kurt Kurt often said. That this was his favorite song off of that incredible record Yeah Two Yes Pain You main. Boy do we ever miss? You, hey how about Mike l. was onto on, bass Josh Dion on drums and Chris, elbow John electric. Guitar Keep And, lastly this week would have been eighty fifth birthday of the great Nina, Simone Nina Simone born Eunice Wayman who at age twelve refused perform at her classical. Piano. Recital until, her parents were allowed to sit at the front who changed her, yeah Changed her name to Nina Simone so her family would know she was performing the devil's music to. Fund her private panel essence and who attended, Juilliard before, becoming one of the most inspirational singers with the generation and a hugely influential champion for equality and civil rights here's Madison Cunningham paying tribute with Nina's inimitable feeling. Good Fine You know how I feel So You. Know.