35 Burst results for "February Early March"
June Is Supreme Court Season
"When you get to the end of June. For those of us who are lawyers, for those of us who are involved in politics, you know that the month of June, some years is quieter than others, but other years it is just the it is jam packed with really earth shaking news. Where does it come out of? It doesn't come out of Congress. But you're not getting a lot out of Congress in a month of June. What you are getting a lot out of is the Supreme Court handing down rulings in the cases that they've been hearing all year as a simple as a reminder to everyone, the Supreme Court starts hearing cases. They've heard less and less over the years, but they hear cases starting in October, and they duplicate it. We'll hear those cases through April. And then they will begin the process during this time of decisions and writing opinions and how they will formulate what they believe the outcomes should come in this case. Now, some of the smaller cases, they'll announce the decisions. You know, as early as February March, maybe of some of the early decisions in April May. But as you get closer to, it's almost like the in sports is closer to get to the playoffs, the more intense the decisions are. And if you get into the end of the Super Bowl of the World Series or wherever you may be, those are the games that matter most. These are the championship side. So as an analogy for Supreme Court rulings, the ones that are decided in June, when you get those rulings, those are the ones that will actually have the biggest impact going forward as we look at what decisions have impacts on many different issues. In this year, no exception. In fact, this year really showing the first of the 6 three conservative majority that is on the court
Costa Rica: A Place of Healing for Willy Mac
"So what made you go down to Costa then? Obviously that's not cold. You just change a pace, just go and surf and surf instead of snow. Well, you know, I'd spent, like I said, my college career and big sky Montana and I had suffered a couple like horrendous injuries. My first one was, I blew my left knee up, like my first year, not that bad. But I blew up my medial collateral ligament. And that one healed and then maybe I had other injuries too. I broke my jaw like when you snuggled, if you land in a flat, you land and you hit your knee, you hit your knee with your chin. So I had that injury, which was bad. But then I had an avulsion fracture to my ankle, which is like a high speed like twisting and turning where you rip the ligament off the bone and it kind of splinters. And that one really sent me for a loop. Like I couldn't walk. I was in a straight cast for a while. And that one was that was hard to heal from, and I just needed to heal up. And I was like, man, you know, I used to surf a lot. Between high school and so I was like, man, I'm going to coast up, so I saved up some cash. We're down there for pretty relatively cheap, and you could stand on there for three months before you got whatever, go get another Visa or something. And so I went down there, I bought a ticket, I think it was like February to February March, April, may. I did a three month deal. And I didn't want to come home, man. I was freaking loving it. Hey, all you do is surf every day. And eat fruit, rice, beans, and fish. So you just get your shit gets tight,
Larry O'Connor: Bette Midler Is Representative of What the Entertainment Elite Think of You
"I want to reiterate Before I got into this I've been doing talk radio and writing Andrew breitbart Andrew breitbart the late great Andrew wiper I can't believe as of next year as of this February March 1st it will be ten years since he died all too suddenly in all too soon and all too early But he discovered me He brought me into this world Before I started writing for Andrew at his websites and before I started doing streaming talk radio on his websites and then eventually talk radio here in the real world on real radio We are listening to me now I was in the entertainment business I was in the theater business Broadway theater I worked for the schubert organization which owned 17 Broadway theaters I worked for the theaters in New York I worked for the theaters in Los Angeles the Los Angeles schubert I was the manager of it That's how I came across Andrew Andrew breitbart So I know Bette Midler I've worked with people very similar to Bette Midler This is not uncommon This is really for the most part what they think of you But so I understand the business I understand Broadway So I know who the people of West Virginia are Let me just be clear here When a west virginian saves their money for their dream vacation to New York to see the biggest most exhilarating exciting city in America New York City They're the ones who buy a ticket to see a revival of hello Dolly They're not going to see Hamilton they're not going to see you know one of the artsy experimental theater pieces that's edgy and cutting edge No you're from West Virginia You're going to Broadway It's like okay what are your choices You want to see phantom of the opera Sure Great choice Great musical love fan of the opera You want to say an old look there's a revival of hello Dolly oh hello Dolly Remember the movie with Barbra Streisand Hello diet Midler is playing Dolly Levi Let's go see that That's who goes to see the revival of hello Dolly with Bette Midler Last time she was on Broadway that was her
"february early march" Discussed on The Free Agents
"The messages are fine. Send you a green messages. But as apple users we gotta do are far too and stop responding with the emojis when you're in a group chat with the green bubble. That's just a problem for everybody. Gets your message. Even people like what on one you know. Just just a ha ha thumbs up right. it's weird. just it's like you're an instagram. dm you know. it's like no no leave. ask for this one. Yeah so we used to have a A lady come and help us out. Little oscar was born a few years ago He sort of grew and he went to daycare. We didn't really need her around So she moved on but it was her birthday or something and so. I said we should do something you know. She'd like to see the boys. And i said let's invite her over and i would just have a little celebration for her. I think he was seven of time. Sebastian was like okay. I'll maker little meal. And i was like he's ambitious but he's not all that flash in the kitchen anyway so he started getting ready. I told her. I said come on. We're gonna have a little Little celebration for it. And so he started preparing his meal and it was One carat with uncooked unpeeled carrot An onion just an onion one and a croissant from trader joe's and try to a fantastic and he had some like raspberry jam ready to go and she was supposed to come over at like four o'clock or whatever and well that was just a little. She was literally lay. She was ten minutes late. Sebastian couldn't really white so he took a bite out of the croissant. And and put it back down on the plate and Left it there for her and was like you know i. I'm not sure. I'm not sure you should sort of nibble out of your guests treat. Then and he was like he was like you know but it's for her and i'm like i okay. Okay came in and eventually came in. I said sit down and sebastian pigewoman meal. And i just wish i could have captured the look on her face and she saw an onion one carrot and across that had nibble taken out of it already. You know. I think i did get another Chris pratt curtis carrot with the intention. Was there with a lot of love. It was just You know he just couldn't white all that time and he loves across so we help her out with my cool story. Bro is has to do top shot back in late. February early march was right before the all stars. I guess it was right before the all stars were announced so whenever that was probably late february. And i remember trae like we were like. Oh man we figure out who the all stars are snatch up a couple of moments you know. Maybe you could flip them. Make a buck going. Like khris middleton. Chris is going to be an all star game. Yeah oh yeah. I'm gonna i'm gonna get a couple of early ninety. Lock that great team. He's already been in all star. Classic joe johnson material here like let's get a couple of these and then people will. We'll see them. Go up and well. You know where this is going like. He didn't get named to the all star team. That's the first problem with my dump plan that backfired the second part is. It's chris middleton like no one's gonna care whether he made another all star team with his top shop it so that backfired ended up giving a couple of way. And that's the story. I said it's a very cool story. Bro still a big job in my book. I thought middleton was absolute lock the bucks were ball and fifty forty ninety almost twenty five game shirts. Almost exactly what tobias harris dead and. He wasn't an all star. Either but chris middleton. I thought he was going to do it. to change that twitter bio two mome collector. Got a lot more questions. Still the tackle here on the beach but first quick break to hear from our sponsors over the weekend we saw. Lots of Throwback videos photos from the raptors celebrating the championship speech. I think you put up a couple there Because what an emotional tom. It was for us seeing the joy of seeing the raptors climate title but that was offset by the realization. That we're also job and well things have turned out pretty well Better than we could have expected here at the athletic for a couple of months ago there was some uncertainty. We didn't show is going to continue. And even what format but for a million dollars Months up the link into camps and.
"february early march" Discussed on The Truth About Wealth
"It's it's been out there for a year but no one's talking about so we think we should. We should get you to listen to that. Yes there are too many things on the news that covered that very very quickly. And and actually i want to bring up a podcast shifting gears slightly because you guys have been talking a lot about how you help your family's protect the finances and the legacy that they have earned and legacy that they want to pass on but you protect your families in other ways as well and i think the timing of the release of episode twenty six is is kind of a crazy coincidence if we can call it that it released february twelfth. Twenty twenty right before the you know the pandemic really win in full swing right. It was right in the middle of february early march when everything started getting locked down and there was there was a lot of news about that. but episode twenty six was is your estate plan public or private. And how telling is that because for those families that don't understand the difference and didn't know that maybe their estate plans were in a private such or in a public situation where it had to go through a public process. The court systems were locked down. The court systems wouldn't even do certain things. How stressful and how much time did families waste. Because somebody's estate plan was had to go through a public process instead of being private locked down. So that's another way. I see that you guys protect. Your family's is not just the finances but their time their energy their stress levels you teach them how to make alterations and changes to what they currently have in their plan to make sure that things run smoothly flow correctly to the next generation. And don't waste their time. Yeah that's that's a really good point. And eric and and I didn't realize that actually that one came out right before. Yeah everything got shut down. So you're right. I mean the courts were shut down. I'm sure to a large extent in some places they still are A year later So yeah so that is a. That's a good one to bring up a and again that's really you look at. In a person's estate plan that can be a public or can be private and when we refer to public were referring to the probate process which is A publicly administered court-supervised process. And that can take you know. Depending on the family's asset base a long period of time and every state has their own laws on how that would cost run and yes sure so you know that can be avoided if a family wants to be proactive and avoid that with you know fairly simple changes in state plant. So that's a good one. Eric thanks for bringing up in the court systems were prioritizing things that were higher priority..
"february early march" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast
"Third and in california we have an end of life option. Act and he was a phenomenal man. An incredible father and dedicated all february early march. Two making sure that his departure was as good as it could be an that. He understood how much she was locked in. He said goodbye to all of this brand and documented everything so again. Even like the this thing this director's coming out should be the greatest thing that ever happened to me. You know but it was exactly opposite. I had to push it in order to to be there for my father to be there for myself in the wake of losing my father. So we bush. You know luckily pushed the release till the second of april but again real life. You know huge. Massive moment of losing the patriarch of my family happened opposite the release director's cut so again. It's perspectives and it's like okay while it's wonderful but it's just a movie. Well i mean a long after apologize. Look along the in my sincere condolences for your father and it is to have two giant life altering things happen to your at both like both releases of the movie. That's that's insane and it must take a lot for your to must've taken a lucky to not be bitter about stress release and be trying like internalize it and just be like look. I have to stand by this cut because this is the movie that i made in some shape or form but not not really sir. You must must've taken a lot are For for really standing around. I really admire and respect that the show yes a lot of distinct parallels there and it's a great learning experience you know to it just important as an artist especially if you're making films about people that are real To kind of really aware of all of the circumstances in life and how they kind of play together you know and that's really what attracted me to film making him. A first place was could i could. I recreate the serendipity of life somehow. Could i connect the dots of the incredible journey. That we all take this unique journey that we all take that has so many parallels we all have we go through so many things that make this the human condition that we have on you know no matter of circumstances rebel. Experience that during cova now this past year And it's just it's it's always important to me to kind of balance and my work with trying as best. I can to to have to be present in my life. And i'm someone who's dedicated to my work you know. I'm like cutting my films. I edit my films shoot my films even shot all the super eight middle's united kept a camera on my director's chair and i knew that in ninety days we couldn't shook the entire script. So i i was shooter way to work. I shoot it on away. Way to set the brooklyn bridge a lot of that footage that you see you know just kind of life in new york. At that time. I was just in between stuff or mad like lying in the bed as nancy schreiber. Fantastic depew relighting. I like films with money on his chester kate. Mary-anne and say take patty and sandy outside and have them do that dance. You know just have phone with the actors so that we had some peanut butter. The bread is the way that's awesome. That's that's that's such a cool way to do things it's awesome. I wanted to ask you about the actual. john wrote self. Because you've primarily directed documentaries about musicians like russell brand the dandy wall some curious to know what stage you're towards covering the life of a different kind of obvious but also choosing it to do it as more of a drama set of a documentary Because it look it suddenly feels documentary like But like you said you also focused on being incredibly reflective as well. So is that something that you wanted to achieve drama and you thought was more effective liar drama than a documentary as well well first off. He's dead so i felt like i wanted to bring up a live in order to make an anthem for artists. I wanted to Really have you feel the tension that he felt as he was coming of age coming into his art and really the camera became this almost tiger's tale that he grabbed a hold of it led him into these worlds he could never have otherwise entered. You know it mediated the experience of made it safe for him to go into some. You know he wasn't. He wasn't yet in touch with the fact he wasn't yet allowing himself to admit he was gay. Because being gay when you're a catholic boy in that era was really not not good. You wouldn't be right with god anymore. He certainly wouldn't be right with father and he was an altar boy i mean. He had all the respect for the church but he also loved the iconography and love the sexuality inherent and all of that imagery around jesus in the blood and the crossing the river. Cages in the flowing robes. I mean he loves that stuff is and it informs all his work you know but before he could even be gay he was in those gay plots with the cameras and and i relate to that as a documentary filmmaker. You know you mentioned dig. You mentioned my day. You know whether it's dig or we live in public in a bunker in manhattan with one hundred fifty people living under constant surveillance. Or it's you know a brand the second coming with russell brand and suddenly in the comedy world or it's even movie cool at it. The camera loudly into climate change labs and at into places. I never would've gone and asking questions. I never would have asked you know and i feel like that's really what the camera did for robber early on so i related on that level but i wanted to make a scripted film because i really felt like if people could see a person like this. He's very similar to a lot of my subjects. That i call them impossible visionaries other people that kind of take on the impossible. They see something we can't see on there. They have to kind of withstand the doubt ridicule of many people. That don't understand always pushing up. How always pushing up but as much as you might have issues with things that they do or things that they say are how they act. You can't help. Respect them you know and hopefully you actually start to kind of lean in to the gray.
"february early march" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions
"I went to a talk one time and the guy was really very good. I think he pulled out a sheet. And if i remember right i think there were twenty five different. I'd ranches by name. He knew each one of 'em he knew a flower. What color the flower was what to do with within zone. And all i can do is sit there with my mouth open and wish that i could remember that much any they they collectively are fantastic. Plant again read the label and always when you go to a garden center. Do read the labels then. Don't hesitate to ask questions. The the people that work there all the time year round can answer them. Some of the kids that are very helpful may not know so go in on a weekday if you need to and get into the questions the answers and so on hydrangea fantastic plant. Then we come to a plant. That i have a few of christmas fern hardy. It is a hardy fern. I dug it out of a friend's woods down in southeastern ohio. Some years ago is simply called christmas fern in this case and there is one technically called christmas fern. But this the one that i have is simply a hardy plant. It gets a little strangling wintertime and by february looking pretty lousy as a matter of fact then all of a sudden it comes doe building back. I have to move mine right now because a plant doing well in shade is overgrowing them. So i'm going to have to move them. It is a bigger will a bigger plant Of a different category. Christmas fern than very light and delicate looks and so on. It'll hit on rare occasion purdy nearly nearby and up and spread probably twenty four inches shiny. Ish leaves not not a high shine good gloss. then we come to runs in competition my mind with hostas lenten rose and lynton roses and other plant. That was at one time quite a basic. There were two major types. The growers breeders into them because the did so very well in the shade plant under pine trees that are high or thinned out and so on on and on and on lenten rose blooms at about well so sometime between the late part of the christmas period on into the time of lint mine and i have several kinds are just finishing right now. The they're they're the newer varieties that you would probably go to finding a garden store. Now have flowers. that's all they don't stand upright because if they do collect water fall over they don't flop down like the originals. Did where you see. Only the bottom of the pedal so they have bred them so that the flower will be in an angle. I have some of the old kinds. I have some of the new kinds. The beauty of them is there flower during a period of time when nothing much else is happening then. They go into good-looking foliage all summer. Long some a little shiny leaf some not so much. So and then in the fall they just keep on keeping on their. They're going to be literally an evergreen. Now february early march they start to burn. Leaves start to burn. They flop down and about that point. I just leave him alone right. Then but the new flower stems and leaf stems will be coming up from the middle and then as soon as they go into bloom or soon thereafter and the old foliage shit has done all it can do for the plant. I go in and cut off the old foliage so i'm looking primarily at the new plant..
New York PD Seeks Suspects Targeting E-Bike Riders
"Electric bike robberies in Manhattan. The NYPD says six victims in separate cases during February March all have their e bike stolen by two suspects who threatened them with knives somewhere delivering food. At the time. All six incidents took place around Harlem. Authorities say the suspects are using what appears to be the same black motorcycle with orange wheels. Police say thefts of electric bikes double during the first year of the pandemic. Police say one person was killed and
Biden says he would 'be flattered' if migrants are surging because of him
"Along the US Mexico border, dominating the first part of the news conference, in which the president said that he is trying to fix a problem he claims President Trump began in Michelle Sender is the PBS news, Our White House correspondent with this question to President Biden. How do you resolve that tension? And how are you choosing which families in state, which can go given the fact that even though with title 42, there are some families that are staying. And is there a timeline for when we won't be seeing these overcrowded facilities with run by CPB when it comes to unaccompanied minors? Well, look, I guess I should be flattered. People are coming because I'm the nice guy. That's reason why it's happening. And I'm a decent man over Havers phrase that you know that's why they're coming because no Biden's agreed Guy. Truth of the matter is nothing has changed as many people came 28% increase in Children of the border in my administration, 31% in the last year of in 2019 before the pandemic in the Trump administration, It happens every single solitary year There is a significant increase the number of people coming to the border and the winter months of January, February March. It happens every year. In addition to that there is a and nobody and by the way, does anybody suggest that there was a 31% increase under Trump because he was a nice guy, and he was doing good things that the border that's not the reason they're coming. The reason they're coming is that it's the time they can travel with the least likelihood of dying on the way because the heat the desert number one number two They're coming because the circumstances in country in country the way to deal with this problem, and I started to deal with it back when I was a United States Senator, I mean, vice president for putting together a bipartisan plan over $700 million to do the root causes of why people are leaving. What did Trump do? He eliminated that funding. He didn't use him. He didn't do it. In addition to that, what he did he did. Men, all the elements that exist to deal with what had been a problem and cook and has been continued to be a problem for a long time.
"february early march" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Or two apartments. And we do have availability in assisted living. And of course, we just open the memory here. Yeah, you just built a very caring hasn't been open very long. Right? And you're building, okay? Are there residents there yet? Yes, We have two residents in house right now, and we will have them with us for a few more weeks. And then the Department of Health comes out does their last inspection and we opened it up for everybody okay, and that will be win. We're thinking late February early March is when we'll open up open up to the general public. Alright, so Cynthy. You are in your the program Director for the memory care. Um, is there a lot of the man? I mean, there is a lot of demand. It's obvious. Yes, it's obvious, huh? Way all know that the population is aging, especially in this area. And with that comes some disabilities with Including dementia. Okay, Um, do do. People don't know this means difficult. Uh, Most of the people who will be coming in late February early March or coming recommendation from a doctor. Your family. I mean, maybe themselves. I don't know if you ever get anybody's saying, Hey, I'm you know, I'm not feeling right. I think I'm gonna check myself in Into assisted living. That is fairly common. Let the memory care. No, it is usually a family member. That was the initial visit. So what's the What's the process of the Well, we meet with them and do an initial assessment on their level on stage of dementia that they are at and what their strengths are what they're still capable of. On They get to visit and then we go from there, and we see how they want to transition from where they are at home or in another place. And We start there. How do you keep him safe from Covina? That's a good question, so it's the same as it is in our assisted living. Memory care is actually it's it's assisted living. It's still It's just categorized a little differently, but.
Pfizer, Moderna testing vaccine against COVID variant
"Mutated version of the virus that's recently been found in the UK and other countries. The current virus. Of course, it's mutated before both companies say they found that their vaccines worked against other variants of the virus. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, meanwhile, is calling for a travel ban similar to other European countries. For travelers from the UK. However, former FDA commissioner and current Fizer board member Dr Scott Gottlieb says it's likely the strain is already in the U. S. I think this is already in the U. S. I don't think the travel ban at this point is going to prevent this mutated strain from coming into the United States. I mean, we're gonna have epidemic that continues to build over the course of the next three or four weeks will reach a peak on then we'll start to see infection rates decline as we see vaccinations get rolled out, as you have fully 30% of the population probably infected at some point by the end of January. And as we get into the spring as we start to get into February march, and you get a seasonal backstop, so I don't think this mutated strain. Strain right now is going to create a second wave of you. Well, the question is, is this virus gonna changes surface proteins in a way that it can obviate either are vaccines or prior immunity, And there's no indication is doing that right now. But over time, it will evolve in ways that it could probably obviate prior infection or are vaccines to some degree, so we'll probably need to adapt our vaccines over time. Radio. And that's why we're seeing this mutation. Right now. This is probably result of
How the pandemic has affected small business in New York City's Chinatown
"As the pandemic to called of the nation. One community in particular began to crack early New York City's Chinatown. Faced with the economic concerns and xenophobic fears, Chinese restaurants faced a sobering future author and culinary historian Grace Young Co. Created coronavirus Chinatown stories, which looks to share the narratives of those small business owners struggling to stay open in the wake of the pandemic. Hi, Grace. Hi, Evan. Last March, you spent a day filming the stories of mom and pop restaurants in New York's Chinatown. Many at that point we're still open. How quickly did things change after your visit? Well that day when we were interviewing the restaurant owners, one of them told us that 70% of Chinatown restaurant owners had decided to close the following day and I don't know how he knew that information. In fact, a few hours after we did the interviews On March, the 15th mayor, de Blasio announced that he was shutting all restaurants across the city except for take out So the day that we were in Chinatown was really on the last day that trying town was as we think of it, and we were recording living history documenting where everybody was at that moment. How many restaurant owners did you end up speaking with On that day, we interviewed four restaurants, a restaurant owners and one shop owner. And since that time you've interviewed quite a few more I have. One of the interviews was actually the follow up of restaurant owner that we interviewed on March the 15th May Chow, who owned a Malaysian French restaurant called was a piece. And we went back and interviewed her actually two more times because she closed for two months, and then she opened and lasted for one month. And so we went in and interviewed her as she was closing. I want to play a clip from one of your videos. And it's It speaks to the unique stresses and xenophobia that restaurant tours in Chinatown experienced in those very early days of the pandemic, And this clip is from That restaurant or May chow from the restaurant, Josie piece, a Malaysian French restaurant. We did a very good delivery, but we still have to shut it down because Would work up. I'm afraid of their safety because we have this still xenophobic, right? And they have to take the subway when finish work is about 10 11. They're just the fear their family are really worried about their safety like saying you go to work, You might not come back or something. You know that home. It's just maybe we think, Oh, this is hysterical. But it's real for us in the Chinese community. They're afraid of their safety. They're afraid. The virus. They're afraid this virus going to invest it in in their community, then is really the stigma and saying Look, Chinese have all the virus, right? We are afraid of our safety. Yesterday. My waiter Um, he lived in Queens. So you take the subway to come here to check on me, he say so afraid He was a young guy, he say's afraid because before this two weeks ago He got pushed by people. You got to push early on in the pandemic. We talked so much about the issue of xenophobia in Chinatown. But We haven't heard us much about it Since. Are your contacts in Chinatown reporting stories of xenophobia and racism Still I think it's less right now. I think back in January February March, it was at its height. I think it's certainly still exist now. But it's not as pronounced as it Woz, but it's certainly exists. And I was in China town recently when I saw somebody go up to a street vendor and just knock down their umbrella and cart. And, um, my husband ran after the guy, but, um I think people are subjected to a lot of abuse right now.
Congress is scrambling to pass a coronavirus stimulus bill
"Even the unemployment. I just got off the phone with the georgia department of labor. And they said we're literally sitting here at our computers trying to figure out if we have to shut down on employment benefits for millions of georgians in a matter of days or if you have to extend the payments at an extra three hundred for how many weeks you can't just you'd like to think it's all could be done in a matter of seconds but it can't at the moment the statistic that really jumps out at me this week. We just got the latest data from the census that shows hunger in the united states is now at the highest level in this crisis that the pain is real and we have seen the pictures of people lined up at food banks. Well let let let me actually. Now turn to something you. And i were talking about before we actually turn the microphones on and the gong went off the nomenclature that people using to talk about this bill stimulus versus relief. I of the personal opinion. We ought to be calling relief bill right because there ain't necessarily much to stimulate right now. You're one hundred percent right. Kai at stimulus is when we're trying to boost the economy. We're not trying to boost the economy right now. We're trying to get it through the winter and prevent even more devastation. Even more hunger even more addictions even more small business closing so this money this nine hundred billion that's about to go out is really it's the mandate or people keep referring to it as the bridge to get to the other side. It's not some sort of pump up the economy measure. That may be needed next. While speaking of next year people do seem to be banking on another package early in the biden term. You buying that now that. I don't think it depends. Obviously control of the senate will be very key going forward. And i do think there's hope what what i see. More optimism surly from wall street is hope for a some sort of infrastructure package. That could possibly pass later in. Twenty twenty one. I know we all charcoal during the trump skiers but that would certainly be a boost. That would keep us long going for a long time. I really worry a lot kind of due to about march. April may a lot of this aid even if the bill magically gets pass. They're talking about ten weeks of unemployment aid that ends in mid march. Do we really think the vaccines are going to be widespread enough. That people are going to venture out again to restaurants by march or april. That's a really big gamble yet. Let me excuse me. Let me change gears here for a second and and picking up on that february march april thing. There was a fed meeting this week. Sherpao gave his usual press conference. And i will say here. We're talking to rob kaplan of the dallas fed a little bit later in the program. I was struck by though the optimism that seemed inheriting some of the fed's predictions of for you know the next six months once we get through this winter and i wonder if you were as well. That was a huge takeaway. What you hear. What's really odd right now. Is there's more pessimism about the next six months. Chair powell reiterated that can we get through. How many how many job losses are going to happen. And how many businesses are going to close forever. I think about you street musicology. Dc gone forever but at the same time. There's more optimism about the second half twenty twenty one part of the vaccine but part of it also a lot of people who've been working from home like you and i have been saving money. There's over a trillion dollars more of a money sitting in bank accounts and if that starts to get spent next summer that could be another additional boost the economy. So that's why you see wall street.
The Latest: VP Pence gets vaccine during White House event
"So when will you be able to get a cove in nineteen shot the today show ask Dr Anthony Fauci an old man and woman in the street who has no underlying condition that likely will be somewhere marches I said March April February March it's going to be a close call on that the light at the end of the tunnel he says he's going to get brighter and brighter but he reminds us we still are in a serious situation which tells us that as we are proceeding with the rollout of the vaccine we absolutely have to adhere to the public health measures that we're talking about all the time like wearing a mask and keeping your distance I'm Rita Foley
"february early march" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"I'm Jerry Aldinger, and we have breaking news out of the Supreme Court, where the justices have told the attorney general of Texas do not file a lawsuit that seeks to overturn the results of the presidential election. More from ABC is Jonathan Karl Supreme Court, including all three justices nominated by President Trump. Flatly rejected the Texas case wouldn't even bring it up. This is a case that just today the president called the most important case in history. This on a day when the president also took aim at his own Food and Drug administration. The court says that the state of Texas did not have could cognizable interest in how other states conduct their elections. This suit had sought. Keep four swing states from taking part in the Electoral College. The Electoral College meets on Monday, President Trump still showing no signs of being ready to concede the FDA is expected to sign off shortly on Pfizer's covert 19 vaccines. How long will it be before most Americans can get it? Dr Anthony Fauci says, probably sometime in the spring. Hopefully, they'll get similar types of results that mowed down and fair and Fiza did. So what? I was hoping that you'd have almost a transition of the FISA Modano into December, January, February early March, and then Jane J. Coming in in March, April May and then ultimately Novavax. After that, she says, Once the vaccine is approved, he will get it and that he's going to do so publicly to convince others to do the same. A government shutdown has been averted the Senate signing off on a continuing resolution to avoid the government from running out of money later this evening, the House already signed off on the CR, which keeps the government funded for one more week. Stocks closed mostly lower. Today, You're listening to ABC News this Saturday at nine tune into the efficient heating and.
"february early march" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"I'm Jerry Aldinger, and we have breaking news out of the Supreme Court, where the justices have told the attorney general of Texas do not file a lawsuit that seeks to overturn the results of the presidential election. More from ABC is Jonathan Car Supreme Court, including all three justices nominated by President Trump. Flatly rejected the Texas case wouldn't even bring it up. This is a case that just today the president called the most important case in history. This on a day when the president also took aim at his own Food and Drug administration. The court says that the state of Texas did not have AH couldn't cognizable interest in how other states conduct their elections. This suit had sought. Keep four swing states from taking part in the Electoral College. The Electoral College meets on Monday, President Trump still showing no signs of being ready to concede the FDA is expected to sign off shortly on Pfizer's covert 19 vaccines. How long will it be before most Americans can get it? Dr Anthony Fauci says, probably sometime in the spring. Hopefully, they'll get similar types of results that mowed down and fair and Fiza did. So what I was hoping That you have almost a transition of the FISA. Modano into December, January, February early March and then Jane J. Coming in in March, April May and then ultimately noble vax. After that, that, she says once the vaccine is approved, he will get it and that he's going to do so publicly to convince others to do the same. A government shutdown has been averted the Senate signing off on a continuing resolution to avoid the government from running out of money later this evening, the House already signed off on the CR, which keeps the government funded for one more week. Stocks closed mostly lower. Today, You're listening to ABC news balance of Nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world one life at a time. This stuff is sadly sure Commercials don't even do it. Justice, the energy that everything is just amazing. He's the same..
"february early march" Discussed on KOMO
"Four minutes away. It's four o'clock. From ABC News. I'm Jerry evolving her and we have breaking news out of the Supreme Court, where the justices have told the attorney general of Texas do not file a lawsuit that seeks to overturn the results of the presidential election. More from ABC is Jonathan Karl Supreme Court, including all three justices nominated by President Trump. Flatly rejected the Texas case wouldn't even bring it up. This is a case that just today the president called the most important case in history. This on a day when the president also took aim at his own Food and Drug administration. The court says that the state of Texas did not have could cognizable interest in how other states conduct their elections. This suit had sought. Keep four swing states from taking part in the Electoral College. The Electoral College meets on Monday, President Trump still showing no signs of being ready to concede the FDA is expected to sign off shortly on Pfizer's covert 19 vaccines. How long will it be before most Americans can get it? Dr Anthony Fauci says probably sometime in the spring. Hopefully, they'll get similar types of results that mowed down and fair and Fiza did. So what? I was hoping that you'd have almost a transition of the Fiza Modano into December, January, February early March, and then Jane J coming in in March, April May and then ultimately Novavax. After that, she says, Once the vaccine is approved, he will get it and that he's going to do so publicly to convince others to do the same. A government shutdown has been averted the Senate signing off on a continuing resolution to avoid the government from running out of money later this evening, the House already signed off on the CR, which keeps the government funded for one more week. Stocks closed mostly lower today. You're listening to ABC News, Stay connected..
Interview With Emily Powell of Powell's Books
"Hey everyone and welcome to how. I built this resilience edition from npr on. These episodes were hearing from entrepreneurs and other business leaders about how they've been building resilience into their businesses during this very challenging time today. We're going to hear. From emily powell. She's the owner and president of powell's books powell's is based in portland oregon and it's one of the largest family owned independent booksellers in the world. Emily is the third generation owner of powell's books and she knew early on that she wanted to take over the business. Her grandfather's started in nineteen seventy. My grandfather used to drive really beat up chevy truck and i thought it was the coolest thing to go riding his pickup truck. It was the first company car had the powell's logo on the side. And i would say you know the age of three or five. When i grow up. I wanna drive the bookie truck. That was my grand aspiration to drive his pickup truck. So yeah i had a pretty good sense from an early age. When you grow up in a place it's magical powell's was big early and fast. I don't know anyone who would have turned that down. I think is an opportunity. It's pretty pretty wonderful. I also read something that you said that you don't think that powell's would have survived or thrived anywhere else except for portland. Why what do you think so. Well a couple of reasons. You know My father was always really involved in the city community in our politics and the streetcar that runs through downtown portland. He was a port commissioner. So we talked a lot around the dinner table about what makes a city work. What makes the city and vibrant and portland's on a lot of things right since the seventies they've been very deliberate about how they plan the city and how it might look in your two thousand or in this case twenty twenty. There aren't a lot of cities that have the same makeup that allow for that kind of vibrant downtown pedestrian environment. So we say to be successful. We need nine. Am to nine pm and pedestrian traffic. Not a lot of cities have that they have portions of that but we have it in spades and then we have our weird. You know at this point. Everyone knows portland is is a little weird. It's a little different. We have a very vibrant arts and literary culture here which i think we've helped participate and contribute to grow. I think this is a city that believes it has to support itself in order to keep going and that's allowed us to survive. I think other cities may be missed that point casually so again for anyone who's been portland. You probably have gone to powell's because it's also tourist attraction because it's such a huge well known landmark in the city and i imagine that you know. Starting in march february march april when started to become clear that that this covert thing was real. We can't walk me through what what was going on at at the store. And what you you start to notice. Well it's easy to forget at this point. In the year that oregon actually had one of the first cases in the united states we were tracking the virus pretty early. I remember being in february. And maybe we want to stock up on soup or something you know thinking about it. We were watching it. We were talking about it. And our management team and friday. The thirteenth was when things started to serve grow in the portland area. We were hearing from customers. We were hearing from employees but more importantly we were thinking. Oh would this isn't going in a good direction. So on sunday of that weekend we had been talking as it management team on the phone most of the weekend and the county libraries closed and we are so large and as such a safe interior space in march in oregon that a lot of people look for places for shelter and so the folks who might have spent their afternoons in the library came to powell's which is great except that now we had a lot more people in the store would have and sunday eleven. Am we made the decision. Maybe it was even earlier. We have to close right now. This is starting to feel unsafe no matter what. We cannot participate and spreading this virus in our community. The governor hadn't moved yet to close a stay on. I think a lot of folks thought we were responding to a but no we felt really the compulsion that we need to do what we have to to protect portland and so we shut down in the middle of the day moved everyone out of the store and then unfortunately laid off most of our employees within twenty four hours. Because if people aren't buying books we don't have the ability to keep operating so you shut the store down entirely. I mean because this is totally unprecedented. You probably didn't have a plan for what to do. i mean the answer is just. Let's just shut down but it wasn't like let's shut down a move online right. I mean you didn't. We have ecommerce business. Which is successful. But in the moment we fully expected that the governor was going to require all non essential businesses to shut down and for us that meant our warehouse that operates powells dot com so we laid off Quite of number of employees in large part. Because we expected we were going to zero. We expected we were turning all the lights off. We would not be shipping anything out. But i was in touch with her team and they said no. We want you to keep you know your internet business going. We want as many people employed as we possibly can have on health insurance during this time. And i said okay. We can do that so we pivoted as quickly as we could to bring some people back not knowing if we'd have any business to pay them but we had a pretty big spike in orders within the first couple weeks of the shutdown in march and that allowed us to kind of plow through the first month or two before we could get
The Latest: Vaccine chief thinks shots will be long-lasting
"While vaccines are on the way members of the White House coronavirus task force warned they won't save the country from the current wave of infections and Americans should not let their guard down health and Human Services secretary Alex HR tells ABC's this week we're seeing it spread from multi household gatherings overcrowded indoor restaurants and bars these the settings were interventions need to take place as for vaccines we could see FDA authorization within days but it's going to go according to FDA's gold standard process and when you might expect to get it thinking in the February March time frame that you're going to see more general vaccination and by the second quarter of next year Wilson will have enough vaccine for every American that wants it Ben Thomas Washington
"february early march" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"September, typically ending around April. It's ramping up, ramping up so Typically peaks late February early March. Now you work through mentally what's going on here? All right. We're in mid November, November 2 mid December month to mid January. That's too Mid February. That's at a minimum. Minimum if Covad All those the trend line of the treasure all for you. Could get worse for the next three months and a minimal Before starts getting better now this is independent of a vaccine that really is like was being 90% plus effective. I mean, that obviously go along, too, but even then will necessarily be widely distributed by mid February. That's where we need Tol, you know, kind of be mentally prepared. And on that particular note, I almost feel like we've got a case you Madonna buys. You came out, said Boom, 90%, effective and then return at the end of the week came out and said Yeah, well, 94 a half percent and it doesn't have to be stored so cold and then flies who came out and said, Yeah, You know, we'll 95% now in tiny J. Powers. Fox News radio. Joining us telling you almost get the feeling that it's like my vaccine is better than your back saying is that what's going on here will see you're 90% and raise you a kind of it kind of does. But you know what? I think that zoo probably good for the Public good. If if everybody's trying to get like as close to 100%. They can. I'm all for getting you know, you made a really good point about the storage to. It just did a story on that this morning about how visors is.
Fauci: 'You cannot abandon public health measures' even with COVID-19 vaccine
"Dr. Anthony Fauci was on Fox News on the run down on the podcast on Thursday and was talking about the possibility of a vaccine for covert 19. And he told the host what we think of as normal, namely prior to December of 2019, he explained. We likely will get knowledge of whether or not we have a safe and effective vaccines. By the end of this calendar year, likely sometime in December, he went on to say. If we begin distributing doses of the vaccine in the very beginning of 2021. When you start seeing people getting vaccinated in January, February March, April May, and it's clear that it's safe and in that it has that it is impacting the course of the pandemic in the United States. More and more people will want to get vaccinated. That's going to take several months. And if it takes several months, you're going to get into the third and maybe the fourth quarter 2021. He said. The time line depends on how effective the vaccine is compounded by the percentage of the population that actually want to get vaccinated. He goes on to say as that process evolves. You cannot abandon public health measures because the vaccine is not going to be perfect and not everybody is going to take it. So Fauci is saying it could be into this quarter ofthe next year. Before we see these restrictions, all dropped and we go back to what we know is the the old normal.
What happens to all the other COVID-19 candidates when the first one is approved?
"Now we have staff writer John Cohen. He wrote a story this week about an interesting question what happens to all the other covid nineteen vaccine candidates when the first one is approved. Hi John. Hi. Sarah. How are you? I'm good. He could be let's be honest. We're both sick of the pandemic. Yeah. Absolutely. Let me leave my house that my child leave the house. That's all I want to normal. Yeah. Normal. Let's talk about vaccine candidates. How many are in studies now under study now and what does the trial landscape look like at this moment? Know they're forty two in human clinical trials according the WHO list? The World Health Organization doesn't update list that was as of October second in there about two hundred in development. Of, the forty two in clinical trials tanner in the last stage of efficacy trials, the phase three, we're going to be mostly talking about what's going on in the US those numbers reflect worldwide vaccine development that's global. The US has four efficacy studies underway right now, and these are all part of what they like to call warp speed all part of operation more speed. Yeah. Yeah and so they're going through trials going through all the same steps, but that could change once one of them gets. Approval, why would something changed about? You know what's going on with the other CO bids scenes? The concern is that the mediocre might be the enemy of the better or the best the way that we've set things up in the United States the food and Drug Administration has a mechanism called an emergency use authorization. It's received a lot of attention because of hydroxy chloroquine because of rim, Desa there, and because of convalescent plasma and because of diagnostic testing, all of those have used this pathway for. Approval and authorization essentially is short of a full approval and it says, Hey, were in an emergency we only minimal data that gives us an idea of this stuff working and then we'll let it be used widely. So why are we worried about the other possible covid nineteen vaccines? If for example, one gets a UA by November I the FDA has said in a document issued in June that the EU a could be issued for fifty percent efficacy. That's a pretty low standard to begin with. As. Soon, as you authorized the use of one vaccine, first of all, this is an ongoing study because they're going to use data for an e you a most likely from an interim analysis someone of axion efficacy trial is scheduled to take six months. An Independent Safety Monitoring Board looks at the data at certain pre scheduled time points in the case of these efficacy trials they look at. The data early based on what they call? It's are basically the end points of the study. The studies are primarily asking the question. Do they prevent symptomatic disease that the number one question they're asking? So that's an event. If somebody gets a symptomatic disease and these trials are scheduled to have one hundred and fifty events to reach their final conclusions, but they're going to take peaks at the data. At fifty events, a net one, hundred events roughly at fifty events a company. If it had strong evidence that the people in the vaccinated group as opposed to the Placebo group were doing better, they could seek you a based on fifty percent efficacy at that moment they ethically in a quandary because the people who are still in this trial, blindly a receiving either vaccine or placebo ethically you could. Argue you've gotTa Blind and tell the people who are receiving. Placebo. We've got a vaccine that looks good. Do you want to get it? So you've undermined that study from reaching it's real and points of one hundred fifty events What's more? Every other study underway has to let the participants know that the US has issued and ethically you have to give people the option of taking a vaccine. The FDA's blessing. People might walk out a trials who are in trials. If you were staging a new clinical trial, you may well have to compare your vaccine to the one that has received the authorization. Well, it's much easier to prove that something is better than nothing. But what if you have a vaccine that's fifty percent effective and that becomes the competitor not a placebo well. Then, this new vaccine let's say it has sixty two percent efficacy. You're comparing sixty two percent to fifty percent not fifty percent zero. It's really hard to see that small difference or even if they're equivalent, let's say they're both fifty percent. So you need a much larger study and it needs to go on for a longer period of time and it costs a lot more money we. Don't have. It's not likely that people involved in trials for other vaccines or even the people in the placebo arm of the one that does get approved would have access to the sack seen. That's a critical consideration. If supply doesn't meet demand, then we have an easy you were only giving outlets twenty million doses to the top priority people healthcare workers then for the people in other. Clinical trials they have no other option. Then the issue is not this great ethical dilemma, but remember were speeding things up with operation more speed in order to pump out three, hundred, million doses of vaccine from one company by as early as the end of January. So this problem, it's not here today because supply doesn't meet demand, but it sure could be here in late. January and. February march April who knows what we're going to have in terms of efficacy data and who knows what we're going to have in terms of trials in their enrollment. Remember we have a couple of trials that have been stopped because of side effects. When you put a trial on hold that means it's not going to reach its end point for even longer and that's happening right now with two of the warp speed vaccines. In your story, we don't want just one vaccine. There's some good reasons to continue to investigate and to look further afield even after one is approved, can you talk about some of those? For one thing we may need different vaccines for different populations. The elderly we know with influenza, they need a much higher dose because their immune systems don't work as well as they age we may need one that's tailored for pregnant women. Pregnant women are GonNA, tolerate a risk factor much much lower than everyone else. You might need a vaccine that simpler to deliver for some parts of the world that doesn't have a cold chain issue or you need to keep it at. MINUS SEVENTY DEGREES CENTIGRADE. You might need a vaccine that's cheaper for many countries even though it's maybe sixty two percent versus sixty, eight percent effective, it might be a better deal at the end of the day because more people can get it for the amount of money you have on top of all that we want a lot of vaccines because more vaccines means more supply we have an insurance policy of something goes wrong at a manufacturing plant. If a side effect crops up when it goes into wider use, we have this backup of other vaccines. So there are loads of reasons why we want a whole portfolio vaccines ultimately to prove safe effective. That's the. Case that you have to make to participants people who might be involved in trials. Do you think it's going to be effective? Do you think people are gonNA still volunteer to get a vaccine or not vaccine that hasn't been approved? You put your finger on a really important issue and that's who enrolls in a vaccine trial why it's not like you have cancer that's going to kill you and you're enrolling in a trial because you've exhausted all medicines and you're hoping beyond hope that this new treatment will work and Save Your Life. That's a completely different motivation to join a trial. Then a vaccine when you are healthy, you're joining this to prevent something from. Happening so ethically, you can argue that well, that person most of these people are doing it for altruistic reasons the really doing it to help other people and you can ethically approach people in a study and say, Hey, look this one vaccine got EU a based on the early data that it's fifty eight percent effective. We'd like to keep you in this trial and it's a blinded study and we promise at the end of the study is one of the bioethicists I interviewed said we promise at the end we're going to give you the better vaccine, but will you stick with this for a while so that we can figure out if the vaccine that isn't For us is worth pursuing going back to your cancer example. There are cases where a clinical trials is happening the people in the treatment group are doing so well that it's no longer ethical to continue to deny that treatment to the placebo arm. That's not what's happening here. It is a different equation, some ethicists. That, even in a vaccine study, a person has a right to know if they're a participant whether they're receiving a placebo vaccine if there is convincing and compelling evidence that the vaccines working but keep in mind too and this is something that I think a lot of people have a hard time getting their heads around wearing a mask and social distancing goes a long way toward protecting you from this virus maybe even more than fifty percent effective vaccine 'cause then you're walking around. With none of this protection or you're not taking it as seriously exactly and that's called behavioral inhibition. If a vaccine leads to behavioral discipline habituation and people dropped their guard, stop wearing masks stop social distancing they may be putting themselves at more risk even though they have a vaccine in their bodies
"february early march" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Under wook. I am Karen Clouds filling in for Bill Road and David Rodriguez. Welcome, Karen. Welcome. Thank you very much. I listen all the time. It's a pleasure to be here in the studio with you doing the double you away I garden show iconic. Hello to 1737 1201 803 83 w o a I. Those are the numbers to call And we have Richard on the phone with the question. Oh, by the way before Richard comes on, I just want to say sorry, Julie, if you have A question. Please call back. So, Richard, you have a question for David. Hi. Good morning. I've got a new lawn that was planted back in March, and it's done very well. Very green. It's it's interesting. But I don't know how it went to do for that. You've talked about pre emergent and you've talked about fertilizer. What? What products are you talking about? OK in the next week herself Use me in the next week or so. Let's go ahead and win her eyes. With a 312 ratio. And so you want to. Yeah, like in 18 6 12. 86 12, okay? And you can find that any good independent nursery around town. Okay, do it about £5 for 1000 square feet. And then a pre emergent herbicides. Get your counter out. And he lived here in San Antonio, right? Loaded close. Okay, so round. Late February early March. Early June if there's still weed problem And and for sure, late August or early.
8 Ways I Support My Menstrual Health
"How you doing today? How is your cycle house? Gorgeous Chew See Sacred Womb Center that Matrix upon which reality is built during. I wanted to let you know that when I record these episodes. I'm visualizing you all in the room with me. I'm visualizing you all over the world said the I actually I'm talking to you I hope that makes a difference I hope it comes across because. That's where it's coming from. I can't just sit in my little room here with my pink slips on just speak I, get myself into the zone before I start and really feel that we're all in a year with a with a would burn in Stephen, the fire crackling and some raspberry leaf nettle leaf tea. So so I like to invite you into the today and I'd like to talk about eight ways I support my mental health. Throw blankets in the to get comfortable little pillows the some Nice incense in and this birds tweet outside. So yeah, that's the space I'm in today. So yeah, I wanNA talk about eight ways I support my menstrual health. So just to start this, I'm going to talk about things. I eat things I use things I don't use. And I WANNA be clear. I'm not a qualified nutritionist and that's why I'm not putting it out as a post eight ways to support your mental health. I'm Sharon what I, what I've learned over the years what I found works for me my experience working with lots of women. So I wanted to put this out specifically now I tuned in and. What, what is it? What is it? What's a good episode right now what's appropriate and this is what came because I do have a few others stacked up ready healing, the father wounds, and another is an apology to men about periods look forward to sharing that with you. I keep refining that one actually keep refining down and down doing different healing work. So that is coming from issue. But yeah, I liked to refine that one because it's very, very important term the reach later notes later people. Safer today I was thinking, what do I share? Now? What's October's podcast because I liked to record them as close to the publishing in data possible so that they're relevant the current at the time they come out, of course, W. useful other times, but I really like to make current as well. So. Yeah. I'm sharing this now because I have had the old Rona as well. I had an antibody test a few weeks ago, and Yep I've got a high count of developed antibodies Sorry I'm very pleased about that. So I think I had it. February march time mid March maybe or I could have had an even noticed. But yeah, I I was kind of fell bit offer day you started my partner I felt Burning sensation at my nose like something Bruin and yeah, it could have been then but it went I went after a couple of days. I took her natural flu shot, which is juice tomb recuse golic juice and ginger juice, and that recipe along with loads of others fantastic protocols recipes are available in medical mediums, free downloadable virus protection booklet of put the Lincoln in the show notes that you can go there have condemned yourself. So yeah. I at well took care of myself and include could have been then could have been at the time and new symptoms, but anyway been contact with it and it's gone. So yeah. Wanted to thought and really that I experienced my menstrual cycle as a barometer of my overall health emotional spiritual physical. And the I utilize those signals, signs and signals to help point me in the right direction of what's needed for my body.
How The Other House We Considered Came Back Around
"And it's kind of a good news bad news situation with being back a good news is that we're back. We've got a full upset for today. The bad news is that I think we might have been a little bit naive and presuming this would be the start of a normal fall podcasting season John and Jerry of the past we're like, Oh, I'm sure they'll be back in school I hope they'll be back in school that was when cases were trending different way than trending. Now I think we were hopeful probably a little bit naive that this would be start a fairly normal school semester for our kids but obviously, I'm sure a lot of you guys are going through the same thing throughout the country in the world. That like it's not, it's not going to be enormous start to school. I know some people are going in person some people are doing part time. Our kids are doing virtual learning here at home, and so the next few months are not looking the way that we expected them to I mean I guess that's just twenty twenty right? That is a sentence everyone listening I can say like I didn't picture my August. And September looking like this there is a meme. Put it in the show notes it's about cheese and it basically shows like a beautiful cheese board and bree topped and fruit, and that's January you have runs through January February march April may and it's like someone gradually looking more like chaotic just like a celebrity who's going from like their Glam, red carpet, all the way to being frazzled and just screaming into the void. Opposite of glow up. This is cheese demonstrating and it goes from like a beautiful breed topped and fruit to like someone eating a chunk of cheese right from like the Hong. Like neighbors was not slicing going on and then it ends with leg one slice of American cheese in the plastic grab the craft rap cheese. That is your August and September for sure everyone we talked to you feels like they're going through this pivots with work pits with life pivots with family. It's not just the schooling thing that's just one of the left turn that's going on right now we really don't need to detail for everyone why this year's gotten complicated you guys all get it. So we just when we Looked at everything decided that the podcast something that we probably need to put a pin in for a little while if nothing else just because of the logistics of making it while our kids are here doing their virtual learning because a quiet house has been in short order lately. Yes we don't WanNa make any promises right now about wind will be back with the podcast because if we're taking one lesson right now from this year is that you can't predict what's going to happen anyways I'm sorry for the bad news. Because you guys know we love making this podcast and it pains us to put it on sort of a question mark hiatus but we just figure. That's the best thing right now for us but we said it was a good news bad news situation I feel like the good news of this is instead of just telling you on instagram or the blog like, hey, we can't get back to the podcast. Instead we have a bunch of updates. We're going to give you a robust full episode right now to kind of. Catch you up with everything that's been happening something that happened when we were on a break that I got so many DMZ about everyone was like we need to hear about this. There's also a very exciting thing that happened in the House that we're going to talk about in fact, maybe I should segue into it like John Master segue man I wouldn't call that a masterful. SEGUE. Segue when I said Segue man it made me think of the picture of you on the SEGUE which I'll put in the show notes. John Looks what in the show notes because I feel like at this point, it's really great from probably ten years ago, and it's just John Standing on a segue. If anybody sees these show, not vacuum and gonNA wonder what this episode was about and I will say important things that I had to update people on and means lots of memes. But what we're going to talk about is a project actually just. Wrapped up here at our House I. Think if you've followed our blog the last few months over the summer, you've seen pretty much every room in this house so far I think the only thing left is the bathroom, and if we have our act together, we will have a post on it this week. So you will have officially seen every room in the house by Wednesday when you have six rooms eight goes. Really Fun. It's like much more settled feeling than we expected but something outside took forever to come together while and the funny thing is it should have been a pretty straightforward thing. The thing was a fence. We knew we were in ads fencing to our yard at some point just to give us a little bit more separation from our neighbors we learn from our time at our beach, house in Cape Charles? That when you're on these small lots a fairly dense neighborhood that it's nice to do some sort of. Like privacy fencing, just to make the yard field a little bit more like intimate in some spots. So like we wanted some fence between our neighbor directly to our side, you know the one that's the house under construction that you might be able to hear us we record. Yeah. Sometimes they pop in on the podcast and it sounds a little something like this wait I'll do a nail gun who the Hula Jerry is gunning for an outtake here I can tell that was abd core strength that came from the belly. How Neil feels well, and in addition to the one on the side between the construction were also eventually going to do something outside our bedroom to create like a little private courtyard area off of our bedroom. So we knew there were some things we're going to do at some point we weren't in a big rush, but we knew we wanted that fence between us and the construction pretty quickly. We actually got the ball rolling on that as soon as we got here like maybe the second day we were in Florida, I, feel like I needed disclaimer. To this, a lot of it has to do with the culture of Your neighborhood in Cape Charles it was very common. There was a certain height that was allowed lots of people. Did It neighbors went in on it together this neighborhood is similar. So we actually spoke with the builder who's building that House next door, and we're going in on this fence together. So I thought Ooh, we got this ball rolling right away. When we landed here, we've got the builder in on it like we're really going to roll on this fence what was supposed to But I, guess there's actually a big fence material shortage I. Don't know if it's related to the corona virus or not, but they had a lot of trouble having things in stock. So kept getting pushed back and pushed back in this thing that we thought we were going to have taken care of by like early June took like two and a half months we didn't get it until just last week. So the very beginning of August and really please this is not like tiny violin. Dog was just a surprise. It's just funny because they were like, yeah three weeks don't worry about it and
How The Other House We Considered Came Back Around
"Every time we're back I, feel like saying we're back. Yes we are back from our little summer break and it's kind of a good news bad news situation with being back a good news is that we're back. We've got a full upset for today. The bad news is that I think we might have been a little bit naive and presuming this would be the start of a normal fall podcasting season John and Jerry of the past we're like, Oh, I'm sure they'll be back in school I hope they'll be back in school that was when cases were trending different way than trending. Now I think we were hopeful probably a little bit naive that this would be start a fairly normal school semester for our kids but obviously, I'm sure a lot of you guys are going through the same thing throughout the country in the world. That like it's not, it's not going to be enormous start to school. I know some people are going in person some people are doing part time. Our kids are doing virtual learning here at home, and so the next few months are not looking the way that we expected them to I mean I guess that's just twenty twenty right? That is a sentence everyone listening I can say like I didn't picture my August. And September looking like this there is a meme. Put it in the show notes it's about cheese and it basically shows like a beautiful cheese board and bree topped and fruit, and that's January you have runs through January February march April may and it's like someone gradually looking more like chaotic just like a celebrity who's going from like their Glam, red carpet, all the way to being frazzled and just screaming into the void. Opposite of glow up. This is cheese demonstrating and it goes from like a beautiful breed topped and fruit to like someone eating a chunk of cheese right from like the Hong. Like neighbors was not slicing going on and then it ends with leg one slice of American cheese in the plastic grab the craft rap cheese. That is your August and September for sure everyone we talked to you feels like they're going through this pivots with work pits with life pivots with family. It's not just the schooling thing that's just one of the left turn that's going on right now we really don't need to detail for everyone why this year's gotten complicated you guys all get it. So we just when we Looked at everything decided that the podcast something that we probably need to put a pin in for a little while if nothing else just because of the logistics of making it while our kids are here doing their virtual learning because a quiet house has been in short order lately. Yes we don't WanNa make any promises right now about wind will be back with the podcast because if we're taking one lesson right now from this year is that you can't predict what's going to happen anyways I'm sorry for the bad news. Because you guys know we love making this podcast and it pains us to put it on sort of a question mark hiatus but we just figure. That's the best thing right now for us but we said it was a good news bad news situation I feel like the good news of this is instead of just telling you on instagram or the blog like, hey, we can't get back to the podcast. Instead we have a bunch of updates. We're going to give you a robust full episode right now to kind of. Catch you up with everything that's been happening something that happened when we were on a break that I got so many DMZ about everyone was like we need to hear about this. There's also a very exciting thing that happened in the House that we're going to talk about in fact, maybe I should segue into it like John Master segue man I wouldn't call that a masterful. SEGUE. Segue when I said Segue man it made me think of the picture of you on the SEGUE which I'll put in the show notes. John Looks what in the show notes because I feel like at this point, it's really great from probably ten years ago, and it's just John Standing on a segue. If anybody sees these show, not vacuum and gonNA wonder what this episode was about and I will say important things that I had to update people on and means lots of memes. But what we're going to talk about is a project actually just. Wrapped up here at our House I. Think if you've followed our blog the last few months over the summer, you've seen pretty much every room in this house so far I think the only thing left is the bathroom, and if we have our act together, we will have a post on it this week. So you will have officially seen every room in the house by Wednesday when you have six rooms eight goes. Really Fun. It's like much more settled feeling than we expected but something outside took forever to come together while and the funny thing is it should have been a pretty straightforward thing. The thing was a fence. We knew we were in ads fencing to our yard at some point just to give us a little bit more separation from our neighbors we learn from our time at our beach, house in Cape Charles? That when you're on these small lots a fairly dense neighborhood that it's nice to do some sort of. Like privacy fencing, just to make the yard field a little bit more like intimate in some spots. So like we wanted some fence between our neighbor directly to our side, you know the one that's the house under construction that you might be able to hear us we record. Yeah. Sometimes they pop in on the podcast and it sounds a little something like this wait I'll do a nail gun who the Hula Jerry is gunning for an outtake here I can tell that was abd core strength that came from the belly. How Neil feels well, and in addition to the one on the side between the construction were also eventually going to do something outside our bedroom to create like a little private courtyard area off of our bedroom. So we knew there were some things we're going to do at some point we weren't in a big rush, but we knew we wanted that fence between us and the construction pretty quickly. We actually got the ball rolling on that as soon as we got here like maybe the second day we were in Florida, I, feel like I needed disclaimer. To this, a lot of it has to do with the culture of Your neighborhood in Cape Charles it was very common. There was a certain height that was allowed lots of people. Did It neighbors went in on it together this neighborhood is similar. So we actually spoke with the builder who's building that House next door, and we're going in on this fence together. So I thought Ooh, we got this ball rolling right away. When we landed here, we've got the builder in on it like we're really going to roll on this fence what was supposed to But I, guess there's actually a big fence material
"february early march" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"But here's why would know Let's say this college football in late February early March. Okay, Whatever it is, right. If it's the early days of the N B, a in the NHL, how interested are most people in the days of India in the NHL? It is true, I think the other thing with college football's who's playing You don't you know, I mean, I mean, what's the what's the roster is going to look like in the spring, you know? Well, if you are probably going to go to the pros, you're not going to play right? He's just not right. Okay, So you're you're out, right? But then even if you aren't going to the pros, and you have a few years of eligibility, you're going to play in April and then you're gonna come back and play in September. That's the That's the job that I think even bigger because because it's easy for an NFL bound player to say, You know what? I'm not gonna play. I'm gonna be a second round pick first round pick anyway. No big not gonna risk injury. I wouldn't even be able to play a few months later, because I just played. I'm not gonna play. But what about the kids for the following season so well would like the list a little so like no United football games outside of the playoff games, but I mean, like the Rose Bowl. July 1st, I mean, you know you were watching. Hockett. August. What's the difference? Hockey in August? So to me is I could deal with better really the rose that college football into summer You know, I'm like, Like, like, like like like the playoffs. You don't like the drama? I don't know, But it's also does it matter this boy's sanity level, but but the bigger it's not about what I watch. Would you watch Because the truth is, you don't know if you'd watched Joe because you don't know what's going on around. Although I write, I don't know. You know if the N b a in the NHL ir in the regular season, you're not gonna be that interested. You know that you'll be more interested in college football, right? If it Yeah, it's the MBA playoffs the end, and then there'd be some craziness. Baseball, though, so I mean, you know you could have met. So hopefully, you know we're going to start baseball. The normal you have baseball. What do you do in September? You don't want to. That's true. That's fair. So it's Look, I don't know how this is going to end. But the spring season just doesn't feel like it would work at all. Yeah, I don't see. But right now, the Big twelve's going ahead. They have their schedule. It's come out as their you know, right clients. All right, Yeah. More on this. With P family coming up at five. We'll come right back and take more. Your call's been going Roberts here on the fan. Hello, New Jersey. This isn't a grilled cheese I'm making..
Washington releases RB Guice after domestic violence arrest
"Has released one of its running backs after he was arrested on criminal charges. 23 year old Washington football team running back Darius Geiss has been released from the team after he was arrested by the Loudon County Sheriff's Office on multiple domestic violence charges. The NFL team released a statement saying that they met with Geiss and decided to release him from the team immediately. The charges include strangulation, which is a felony, three counts of assault and battery on one count of destruction. Property. They say the charges stem from three domestic related incidents at his home in Ashburn in February, March In April, he turned himself into authorities and was released on a $10,000 bond Guys. A second round pick, was preparing for his third season in the league. His career has been derailed by injuries, including a CLM meniscus terrors, Valerie Bonked w T O P
A Pediatricians Guide to COVID-19 and Cellular Resilience with Dr. Elisa Song
"Welcome to the broken marine podcast where we dive deep into the topics of neuro plasticity epigenetics, mindfulness, functional medicine mindset, and more. I'm your host droid and each week my team, and I bring on a new guest who we think can help you improve your brain health feel better and most importantly live more. This week's guest is Dr at Lisa Song Dr. Song is an integrative pediatrician pediatric. Functional Medicine expert and most importantly Amama in integrative pediatric practice whole family wellness she's helped thousands of kids get to the root causes of their health concerns and help their parents understand how to help their children drive both in mind body and spirit Dr Song as taught around the world on integrative pediatrics topics for multiple podcasts in summits including functional medicine Australia Bio Circles, Australia integrative medicine, and mental. Health Institute for Functional Medicine A for 'em and a lot of other really incredible institutions, organizations that the song created healthy kids happy kids in online holistic pediatric resource to help practitioners in bridge the gap between conventional in integrative pediatrics within evidence-based pediatrician backed approach Dr Song Thank you for being here on the broken brain podcast. Thank you for having me. It's an honor to be here with. You and your audience, and I wanNA give you just like a massive dose of gratitude because for so many of my friends I don't have kids, but I want to get educated on his many of these topics as possible not just as a podcast hosts in a community leader because I wanNA learn for myself in the future. This is probably not the last pandemic that will ever go through. Talk about help for Awhile Joe royle knock on wood. But I do want to say that for so many in the community right now you are the voice. Of Reason, you are the voice of really helping people understand what's real what we don't know because there's a lot of what we don't now and you've run so much peace to so many families. So thank you for your incredible work and I know it's a team effort. You know your husband, your kids the whole team over there that's helping out but really utilize. Knowledge you for that. Thank you that means so much to me. Yeah, absolutely, also I want to check in because in addition to use servicing your online community and your patience. Your family you've been very vocal about this has had first-hand experiences with Cova nineteen and we're gonNA talk about that. But I just WANNA check it on a human human level. How're you doing during these times? You know I mean it's crazy times everybody. My son and daughter for those of you who follow me they actually contracted co bid on. I mean really it was about a week after we wanted to quarantine. So we all went to quarantine from school Friday, the thirteenth, and then maybe seven to ten days later my daughter got sick cough fever search you have a little trouble breathing. Thought well, this can't be Kovic she's been in quarantine right? We haven't been in contact anybody in as far as I knew there was nobody at school who had had covid Right, around that time when quarantine was happening, I had a little bit of a sore throat and a headache nothing major but I did my usual kind of functional. Medicine Integrative Medicine dosing that I do and I get sick and I teach families. My husband had something similar but we we were fine then a week after Kenzi got sick she recovered ten days fever cough you know not feeling well little bit alot ish tonight a similar. She got maybe about ninety four, ninety, five percents but that's literally on Day ten. It was like the switch flipped she she bounced back and she was completely like nothing ever happened. A few days later, my son starts to get a fever and I'm like, oh no, it's going on here. Right at the time. Remember early in the days of the pandemic testing was really not available I mean that available. Right so but then even more. So I managed to get a swab and do swab my child, which is not fun experience and the Senate to quest four days later it came back negative. Okay. Maybe she caught something. Weird, right Then when Bodey start to get, he had a fever and stomach ache his tummy was hurting him so much that was his symptom and that in the fever little bit a sore throat and so I thought and even back then the early days remember we we know so much more about covid nineteen than we did back in. February march and remember this is March back in the early days we still have so much word learn right but abdominal pain was kind of maybe a symptom maybe not subdue might. So I'm thinking maybe he's got a stomach flu but in the back of my mind, I, think, okay this has to be Govan. So he he then so developing abdominal pain fever really bad headache a little bit of a cough. He started seeing things and hearing things, which is really frightening He sought a wall. Yeah. He had auditory visual hallucinations. He heard voices in his room. He would see the wall moving in and out and kind of scary people in front of him. Here's H-. You really mean people saying I mean he he said he was embarrassed to tell but really bad words right? Like you know words you wouldn't use in polite conversation and so and then he got a rash on his face and pink guys, right Thank goodness back. Then the really weren't reports of this Kawasaki Like Disease Right. Multi-system. Inflammatory Syndrome associate with children. Because if I had known about this phenomena I think I would even more freaked out than I already was right but his oxygen levels dropping he did go to about eighty eight percent at which time I did bring him to the ER. Now I was low dam up with all the supplements that I had researched. You know for Kobe nineteen both preventatively am for support. Active Illness and I fully one hundred percents. We're GONNA talk about some of the things that I did but that the interventions that I was able to do for him through the through the research really helped him to bounce back very quickly.
"february early march" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
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"february early march" Discussed on AP News
"Hi Jackie Quinn the number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits in the last two months is the corona corona virus update I'm Jackie Quinn with an A. P. news minute the corona virus pandemic continues taking its toll on the nation's workers another two point four million sought unemployment benefits last week meaning thirty nine million of lost jobs financial analyst Gus poche the level of spending is still much lower than it was in February early March and so businesses may not see the need to require president trump toured a Ford plant in Ypsilanti Michigan today wear face masks are required he says he did wear one at one point but not in front of the media not necessary here what everybody's been tested I've been tested a Michigan judge has ruled against Republican lawmakers who challenge the democratic governor's authority to extend stay at home restrictions in California eight people arrested near the San Clemente pier holding a protest against virus restrictions hi Jackie Quinn the man who recorded video on his cell phone of the slaying of twenty five year old Ahmad armory in February has himself been arrested the Georgia bureau of investigation says fifty year old William Robbie Brian was arrested on charges of felony murder and criminal attempt to commit false imprisonment earlier this week Bryant's attorney Kevin Gough went on the offensive defending his client body Brian is not now and has never been more than a witness to the shooting of Mr Arbor after it leaked online the video Brian took from the cab of his vehicle helped stir a national outcry and led to the arrests of Gregory Mike Michael and his son Travis Mike Michael on may seventh they were charged with felony murder and aggravated assault in the death of armory hi Mike Rossi.
"february early march" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"St Louis late February early March all US financial markets enter into a crisis mode and I think what was going on is that the beginning that you put on markets were thinking that the prices will be providing to a financial crises but then by late March particularly after her March twenty third of the ferry service announcement that we do what's every day we see it changing their action afraid spreads on these upward trends was revoked and I will be coming into a downward trend back not all the way back to the original level and at the same time that we saw the feds intervene we saw also the stock market start to rise is it fair to say this the bad didn't just buy it out the credit markets but also helped the stock market higher than as well no it is a good phone so what I think is that the fed did lost to prevent that the health crisis will be translated into financial crises what that means is that financial crisis I wanna be affecting both grades markets and stock markets and that's what we've seen to date but at some point shortly what's happening in the real economy can translate into a financial crisis you're gonna see banks accumulated bad loans people defaulting on their debts surely that means that there is a risk still there over a financial crisis sure but so far we haven't seen an increase in corporate defaults on films that are closely you'll probably see a restaurant close ins or sports facilities close in but when you look at the I need to call me as of now we haven't seen a spike on close in office more than in normal times it's going to be very important to see how these shock is going to have long I'm permanent effects is there a risk of a repeat of what happened after the two thousand eight financial crisis in the sense that we see a strong market recovery benefitting a few while the broader economy remains weak yes definitely so that's actually very related to some of my research on ten understand how these ten events so think of the two thousand eight financial crises this was a very large snapping shots hitting the economy does was a televised these are type of events have happened one every one hundred years but over the last fifteen years we've seen the the second one so for now suppose that worst case scenario let's say the economy is going to be these crises mall with far say two years this can be very costly in the long run because when we see these large sharp the docket in the economy that we are not used to does is praise when I changed the believe found it I think the story itself investors house falls on policy makers they're going to become more pessimists they said that no they don't have started thinking that maybe in the future when I see another have prices gone up you and that's going to be very important if you're thinking about opening a restaurant and then you know from now well you will remember that in twenty twenty no one was going to restaurants so in that sense this is going to be affecting directly the real economy in the long run because it's going to be changing our active distilleries so that's why I think that minimizing the cost to they did not only put them for this time around a total for the long run Judy because Lasky of the fed's regional branch in St Louis the now the economy and markets look set to continue staggering in opposite directions they may occasionally find each other in the blind shocks to pool but it's going to be.
"february early march" Discussed on KTRH
"And go back into late February early March mid March and so forth and you will see how consistent I've been about the subject from day one not because I'm an expert not because I'm a statistician because I'm happy demi Allah just virologist I'm not even a doctor and I don't play one at home because I research analyze and study while some hosts had their hair on fire and we're saying the president wasn't taking this seriously enough he was and he's been while some hosts were going on on that there's not enough this and there's not enough that I said it's being overstated I also said it was the responsibility of the states under state law to expand hospital beds in hospitals and and to acquire things like MRI eyes and see teas and analyze trying to provide some perspective and support for a president's federalism approach day in and day out week after week I spoke about how the fatality rate had to be too high not because I'm an expert because it didn't make sense to me what we were being told I told you I went out bought mass when they told us not to get by mass I didn't hoard them I bought some for family because they didn't make sense to me their arguments I had doctor felt she we were very polite early on he could have been nice and I asked him but he wasn't as extreme as viewpoints as he became either yes I've pointed out here we went back and looked letter part of January he said this wasn't anything to worry about and now it's let's close down till Kingdom Come I've been warning early on about civil liberties I've been warning early on that they're actually putting the wrong people in the quarantine that they should focus the resources I read Dr catch to you before him I read doctor I need to stay the whole Stanford group which is now all over TV we discovered them and we will continue to do so and the media treat me one of two ways either throw me in with everybody else or they attack but they don't actually hear what I say they don't really care they don't look at the substance they don't look at the sources they've got it all figured out these guys keep writing books about talk radio I forget the lady's when Brian something or other I'm in the book the men's never spoken to me in my life they think they know how I started in radio they have no idea none they always get it wrong I think I just started in radio when I was in my forties I always had an interest in radio and I talk about it on the air but they ignored they think that Russian Shawn and I and a few others really all the same we're not the same they're all great but we're not the same and they have a narrative that they continue to push its the wrong mattered it's not the correct narrative at least not as far as I'm concerned in my shows concerts and same with this the most despicable source of information that you could possibly use because it so thoroughly and completely corrupted inaccurate is wikipedia I dare to check out my entrance in wikipedia it is so filled with lies and cherry picking and loading there's like one guy in boxers and a tank top sits in his mother's basement eating Cheetos and rubbing apple sauce on his chest that's the guy who writes a lot of this stuff so my day comes and I'm hit by a bus or whatever and people go to wikipedia read about me they're not going to know who I am they should go to my books that's what I present they should go to my website if they care not people interpreting what I say or saying what I say there hasn't been a single book written about conservative talk radio when they've talked to me and they haven't got me right yet the one I bring us because I just percent one that's why and so they'll never get this right that is what my positions have been they want you to think what my positions rather want to project on your luck at this you know even trump more about living as a model it's not a matter who moves I look at the evidence and I give it my best shot something the media does not do I'll be right back.
"february early march" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"But I it makes it look like I I knew his glass when it happened. Crying people thought that I left the glass there someone to come along. I was I was the orders that were giving me were never mind. Don't worry about the broken glass. Channels clean it up go inside and get on yester- this. So I did. And by the time, I saw will master piercing. Pimples, wasn't crying. I'm totally fine. Bright. And of course, I I feel terrible. I'm sure anyone who's you know, or whose children before they know that awful feeling when they're when an accident happens that they're responsible for a child get hurt. It's crushing. And I I was I was just trying not to buy shit. So the parents have been any better Albert father, don't even worry about it. Just show me where the bandages are pure and happy to have a battle from. Nobody deal were tough. Where's the bar? I was very very grateful. They were so understanding, but that. I got a lot of shifts that a lot of shit, and I. On Twitter when this woman was just badgering me. This is before I learned how to deal with troll. I was responding her. And just got to the point where you know, you purposely drove glasses and currently allowed child to himself. And I lied. Do it. How broke loose? I mean, people are just like the girl out of a mind. Scott things you comments like that. I'm like, you guys gotta understand you're gonna keep throwing this shit at eventually. I'm going to say fuck it. And I'm going to give you a respond child in deserve. Like do. You think? I am. So in the after Basso than while, they're filming the next day is when you I guess have your your conversation, and then you decide to leave right? Yeah. That was right. That's right. And so then after you left how much time between you leaving that boat and the airing of the season. That was. Either early March can you remember late February early March, and then the show started airing in October. In the meantime, did you have any contact with any of the producers of the people or the cast members from the below deck? Official contact with Chandler Riley Roth Ashton a little bit Josie. But I..
"february early march" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Show morning. Everybody is DJ envy. Angela. Ye shall I mean, the guy we are the breakfast club? We have sparkle in the building from survive are Kelly Nasr, fires other women who are the survivors. Have you for is any relationships with any of them? I've not met any of them. The only person I do know is. Okay. Yeah. And of course, I know Dreyer, you know, but she wasn't around. He she can come out and play. You're not me. I and I'm actually surprised of her voice. I she never really spoke, though, even with the watching the ex wife and her releasing like, even the videos or her dad's into his music and Bob into his music and defended him, how does that make you feel after seeing some of the stuff that he's done to your niece, and these other girls that recent those two years ago? I think it's in bad taste. I I don't think she should have, you know, but we also can't say how people deal with. Kids. Hoping mechanism Muslim here. Because a lot of the women did feel like they had to protect him. For a certain period of time. So it could be you know, they have kids together. Who knows? Yeah. We are ready. Don't talk about their record show. They go. They doing. You want me to do? Come out doing the work of song. You will say something about that. This is actually very well to what was going on exactly. Seventeen. I started working on my new EP us coming out this year. Right. And I I have three songs in the can. And and was released one of those. This didn't come to me until March February March late late February early March James Hansen reach out to me as I didn't agree to do it. I said absolutely not. I don't want to do anything with that. Because I didn't want to dredge that back up for me, nor my family this stuff keeps coming to me. I chase it right? I ever chases from two thousand one me Mikal in the authorities on for from the phone calls me. And then me seeing the tape and tell them the authorities. I've been at from day one. I'll know why you're mad at me. Be mad at the person be mad at the culprit. Don't be mad at me. Now that the the song envy it speaks to the time. It's. Come on. I'm speaking to the time the metoo time the time's up time. If y'all mad at that, whatever how did that affect your career just at the time? And all of this was going on you call it the authorities and R Kelly was still putting out music as we saw like ignition. All of that coming out after enduring a trial. How did that end up affecting you because he was a powerful man in the industry, and you were at one point signed to him. What did that do to your career? Well, as you see I I stopped music to go get my family back in. Yeah. I'm he I'm sure he pulled some strings to a facilitate some some things of of me, not doing certain things. But check this out a woman came and rescued me. You know, I along with a few people in my family. You know, my my my partner he and his family, and then the Braxton's Sony said come out here. I'll help you eat you eat, and I went to Vegas a motivation for three years and did her show on the strip for three years background singing, and she gave me a little shine in her shell. So. Yeah, I saw appreciate them. Because at that point. I had no family only one brother was talking to me a six of us. You know what I mean? So is that the one that testified said she wasn't on the take no older, brother. Permit. I call him the middle brother, my favorite, brother. What do you think should happen to you think he should go to jail? Look, I said I said this in dot com, which which they didn't show I feel like he should get help. Dan, take is acid. You. Jail. Now, nobody got you don't give them hell, but I think what he did to those young girls him in jail. Crazy even know people say, well is this no he affected these young girls for as he affected them. And and their family two girls still with him. And it could be more. You're not a meat. We gotta get them outta really awful. Is that people like, well, we all in our community have seen that happening. The older guys come into the school or pick up the younger. It's not okay. It's true. But it's not. Okay. That's what I'm saying. Right. We got some uncles some some some daddy's some granddaddy still are doing scrap to us. So yeah, we need to handle this. Now. Let's talk about the day Chapelle sketch. Yeah. And the song the Pisanu song because everybody's been talking about that lately. And how no one thought about the victim yet on the tape and how that would affect her. How did you feel? I didn't find it. Funny. Love him. But I didn't find out. Something that is. Yes, do we released the sex tape? Because at one time they said it was manager because they were having problems. What time they said? It was an ex artists. Do we ever know who released aspects actually one of the guys downstairs said that they said, I I'm the one released take. What? That's.