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US producer prices climbed 10% in February from a year ago
"We know we're paying more for products than we were a year ago but the increase is pegged at ten percent the labor department says wholesale inflation in the U. S. shot up ten percent in February compared to the year before wholesale energy prices were up nearly thirty four percent and food prices have spiked almost fourteen percent on a monthly basis the producer price index which tracks inflation before it hits consumers increased eight tenths of one percent from January in this report doesn't reflect how much gas prices have shot up since February fifteenth analysts at Oxford economics say tensions over Ukraine if pushed commodity prices higher and they'll likely go up even more in the coming months the federal reserve rate cut set this week is expected to help combat rising prices I'm Jackie Quinn
"february fifteenth" Discussed on Handel On The Law
"Back we go handle on the law marginal legal advice. Where i tell you you have absolutely no case all right cam europe cam. Welcome to handle on the law bank. I'm renting a room and a house and my Lisa's up my six month. Leases up and so it's about to be I was presented with a newly this week and my question is. I know that they'll owner's landlord can ask me to Do a renew the lease but he also wants to charge me a deposit again and i just want to know. Is it legal to do that. Roy already has a deposit right yes. I paid the product for the you can do that. He can ask for. He can ask for another six months to get asked for twelve months in advance. And you just say no you just say no. I'm done are want my money back and you find someplace else to go. It's perfectly legal for a landlord. Say if you want to rent from me for an extended period time this is what it's gonna cost you. Sure the raise the rent. Unless it's a rent controlled can ask for deposits. I have a friend who moved in dhaka at this exact question and was six months. Interestingly enough and said they're asking for six months six month's rent in advance which is better than the deposit can they do. Of course they can now so your choice is to either pay it or move out at the of the lease again. Okay and then. I ended partner this prior to the oh would be what kind of knows. I mean thirty days. Pardon me thirty days and you'll see that in the thirty days notice and if you don't extend other month because it's a thirty days from the time. Assuming the is over. Let's say the lisa's over at the end of february right. And you don't give thirty days notice. You are due for the rent From that point to the next thirty days. So let's give it on february fifteenth and you're gone gone the end of the month. I they go now now. You have to play pay to march fifteenth because thirty day notice. And that's about it. Okay all right coach sean. Hi sean shuffle points here and then right to the point okay. Five years ago. I had a severe bout with paul ism We took my name off the liability of our house just to protect the house. What way way way. Wait what do you mean. You took your name off the liability. Because i yeah. I understand. But i don't know what that means you take your name off the liability. What exactly what exactly did you do. Excuse me off the title off title got it. You take your name off title. So you transferred it to your spouse or or to whoever okay correct Four years ago Got a divorce. in california Three years ago. I had notarized With my wife and myself that at the sale of the house i would get fifty fifty okay right now. The house has appreciated quite a bit and now she's reneging on that. Do i have a case. Sure sure now the issue is under whatever agreement you had you had to notarize. I'm hoping you went to a lawyer. They have that document looked at. And i'm assuming you didn't correct. That is correct okay. So here's the problem. You get fifty percent. But it doesn't say when she has to sell it. I understand that So she can so she can say okay you get fifty percent and you say right now and you. She goes now. No looking into the the. I understand the property. Taxes are so high right now on it that she can't even afford the house. I understand that that. I do have to wait but you. It's okay. the worst we're happens is it's taken for taxes and then it sold in whatever is left goes to Your ex and then you sign or you. Then tell her that. I want the fifty percent. Pursuant to our agreement she says no. You fi- you go into escrow and you put a lien on it and the extra will hold it until it's litigated new. Have to very well litigated. I mean she can demand that you That she gets all the money. Then it gets really entering. Then there's a lawsuit there and then you demand escrow hold it and she says no and you guys are fighting it out in court i understand. Yeah clinton she does if she does run out some of the rooms. Is there any way that i can get part of that rent. Does it say anything other than the sale. No it does. Not how about that okay. I know you're out of luck you are done. Are now the fact that he is done. I wanna make a point here. I often say get a lawyer. This is above certainly above your paygrade. I do that constantly just to let you know. If i have a real estate issue of any kind i go real estate lawyer and i've been practicing for a long time and i am a lawyer bad one. I understand that you know but you go to a lawyer. Who knows what he's talking about because look what just happened are totally totally against what his wishes even what she agree to because maybe she thought that either one of them could ask for the sale of the house but he didn't say that did it. It did not. It said right there upon the sale that means nothing so when she sells it twenty years from now he ends up with a fifty percent. This is handle on the law..
"february fifteenth" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"That's in the back. I hear you now as far as as the colored now if that card drops you have a card and it's your face orbiting said name you gotta fake card. I don't like. I mean. I don't i think we're too early in the game like ego and tell your your your verification faith right. It's too early right now like we're going to do it. This is the time to do it right. Like the new york state. Id with the with the low with the little black and white picture in it. Got your your real picks and then the little black and white see-through like we're not. We're not there yet so you might get away with it at air. I mean people take we'd on the plane right and you know what we've you know everybody's talking about the digital passport or whatever the database. They can't even get the taxes out on time. So you really think first of all if they were developing this they should have been developed since last year. It should have been ready to launch by now. Okay where everybody would basically have. Everybody would have to be using this same computer program to look everybody by the scanning barcode schools arenas airport. They would have to have the same database. And then what do you think it's gonna happen when the database there's a glitch or it's running slower too many people you know what they're going to say. Do you have your card on you. Let me tell you these glitchy. All the time like i said justification will get you there still say our system is down right. They agree with you but the problem with this is there were rushing. They didn't think it all way through. I definitely agree with you. But they were too busy trying to get something together to save. Everybody's lives because i'm still waiting for my tax return filed on february fifteenth. Where is it at. But you wanna talk to me about a digital vaccine passport okay. Go ahead drew us in the early stages. It's going to be a little process..
"february fifteenth" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"You are listening. To dragnet the authentic story of your police force in action february fifteenth nineteen fifty-three dragnet on classic radio theatre. We'll have the conclusion along with another yours. Truly johnny dollar story coming up in just about four minutes. I'm wyatt cox. Thank you for tuning into classic radio theater on your station reminder if he misses a you don't have to miss his show just visit us at classic radio dot stream. Are you looking for a hands on education. Are you driven by careers that make a difference as a nationally ranked health sciences university offers graduate degrees in in demand fields like nutrition sports science athletic training health informatics and health professions education combine online convenience with hands on experience and put your skills into practice sooner. Go all in on a career. Love visit logan dot edu nationally ranked globally respected. Logan university leaders made it takes thousands of hours to become an astronaut right nina. Oh i'm not an astronaut. I'm a design consultant at the container store. Would you explore space. I help you find space with our alpha closet systems. And you're an expert pretty at it and you use satellites to communicate. I'm doing more virtual in-home closet designs. But i wouldn't say you astronaut nina or helping us find space. Elvis sales bonus is here. Earn up to five hundred dollars in credit. No through february set at the container store where space comes from christmas. Time is over but you know what's not over the my pillow special very special deal right now and you took me talking about mypillow now for close to three years. You know that the my pillow never goes flat. You can wash them and dry them. They come out just as good as new. They maintain their shape and they are made in the usa. They all come with a ten year warranty and for a limited time. Mike lindell premium my pillows for a very special price the standard or queen sized premium. My pillows forty dollars up twenty nine ninety eight king-size my pillow's the premium pillows are only five dollars more and the sixty day money back guarantee now has been extended to march first up. Twenty twenty one. What a great time to get a my pillow for you or the person you love. Yeah i give it to him as a late christmas gift just give it to them or get an extra one for yourself go to mypillow dot com click on the radio listener's square use my promo code. Usa or call one eight hundred nine five one eight one seven five and use my promo code usa. The benefit of going online is that you can see the other specials. The giza dreams bedsheets mypillow mattress topper. My pillow dog beds and the my pillow towel sets. That are absolutely wonderful. Don't wait go right now. To mypillow dot com. Click on the radio listener special. Use my promo code. Usa or call one eight hundred nine five one eight one seven five the best thing to get you in shape for a new year is the gift of a great night's sleep. My pillow dot com radio listener square. Use my promo code. Usa healthcare professionals are unsung heroes. And the demand is expected to grow by fourteen percent over the next few years rise to the challenge at logan university. Owned one of the country's top doctor of chiropractic programs will also offers nationally ranked online graduate programs in rewarding fields like health informatics athletic training health professions education and more become a healthcare hero begin at logan dot. Edu nationally ranked globally respected. Logan university leaders made bachelor's master's doctorate logan university offers degrees in a number of in demand. Fields like biology nutrition health education informatics in chiropractic for superior education and integrated natural health. Care learn more at logan dot. Edu.
"february fifteenth" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Legendary jazz pianist and composer. Chick corea chick. Corea died on february ninth at the age of seventy nine. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the quarantine report. I'm amy goodman as the us. Death toll from covid nineteen approaches. Half a million new report says nearly forty percent of those deaths were avoidable. The medical journal the lancet came to this conclusion. By comparing the pandemic in the united states with other high income g seven nations like britain. France and canada. The findings are including a report by the lancet commission on public policy and health. And the trump era that faults. Trump's quote inept an insufficient response to covid nineteen as well as decades of destructive public policy decisions. One of the reports recommendations is a single payer reform like medicare for all that would quote cover all residents under a single federally financed plan providing comprehensive coverage unquote. President biden has so far rejected medicare for all saying instead. He wants to bolster the affordable care act with more subsidies house. Democrats proposed a bill last week. That would boost subsidies for people who buy plans to the marketplace. Biden's already signed an executive order to reopen enrollment on healthcare dot gov starting today february fifteenth through eighth fifteenth for more we're joined by one of the lead authors of this new report on public policy and health in the trump era. Dr mary bassett is the director of the f. Xp center for health and human rights at harvard university. She's also the former new york city health commissioner where she served from two thousand fourteen to eighteen before that she lived in. Zimbabwe for nearly two decades was on the medical faculty the university of zimbabwe. Dr set welcome to democracy. Now it's great to have you with us. Can you start off by talking about the findings of your lancet study. Thanks very much for having me. We're really pleased to to release this report. Which began with work as the simply commission began in two thousand seventeen the four years of trump's policies which were destructive in many ways that affected health that had been displayed by the us response to covid nineteen. But as you say we went back. Further forty years of bad policies that embrace the marketplace as the way to determine how we organize ourselves as a society and then went back four hundred years to the foundational impact of in slave labor and the embrace of white supremacy. So we do in fact recommend single payer health insurance is the best way to assure health care coverage is available for all of course. Mr trump tried to reverse affordable care act and failed at doing that but the portable care act still left millions of people. Twenty eight twenty nine million people without healthcare insurance coverage and single payer would address the of course there are interim steps that will be helpful. Not only a reopening the marketplaces president biden has done but trying to encourage the states. That declined medicaid expansion. The principal way in which healthcare coverage was extended under the affordable. Care act The state said be declined. Medicaid expansion should accept it. It's a no cost to them and it would greatly increase both the number of people who are covered and address racial disparities. Because it's mainly southern states. That have declined medicaid expansion. I wanted to ask you about the comparisons of the united states. To other countries like britain now the uk has done very poorly overall with With cove it. And you know they've got the variant. It's really through the population but when it comes to vaccines they vaccinated at least the first shot. Fifteen million people which is astounding. It's far more than many countries of europe combined. Now one of the things. They attribute their success to and that's vaccination program is their national health service. They have soldiers They have volunteers. Various people Firefighters who are injecting the vaccines and they are using the entire country. They're using stadiums and cathedrals race tracks mosques fire stations because they have a national coordinated approach which is possible because they have a national health care system. If you can talk about how what has happened. In the united states has exposed the catastrophic problems with having such a patchwork system that for so long in this country has clearly just benefited wealthier americans. You're ride the ability to dispense and administer. The vaccine is greatly enhanced by a centralized system such as the uk has and the us has privatized fragmented system. We have had until the biden administration no national policy guidance so that you have different jurisdictions that are doing different things and the result has been really chaotic. It's getting better. but it explains why the. Us has been unable to deliver highly effective vaccine that it has developed mostly with with public funding to the population. A fragmented system can't identify. The people need to be accelerated has to rely on people finding their way. All of this is something that in a central nationally supported. Healthcare system doesn't have to deal with so this is where the healthcare system really comes out as a problem but our vulnerability to this novel virus. We only was related to broader societal failures. Not only to our health system but also to the fact that too many people work low wage jobs where they lack labor projections too. Many people can get affordable housing living credit circumstances. That's what allowed the virus to spread so exponentially but now we have an effective vaccine and our system is really challenged and delivering it. Because it's private driven by profit and totally fragmented so let me remind people what joe biden said. When he was running for president he was asked by. Msnbc's lawrence o'donnell what he would do with houston elected president and congress center medicare for all legislation to his desk. I would three anything. That delays providing security and the certainty of healthcare being available. Now got through by some miracle and there is an epiphany kurt. Miracle curtis said okay. It's passed then. You gotta look at the cost. I wanna know. How did they find thirty five trillion dollars. What is that. don't raise taxes on the middle class. Which will what's gonna happen. I look my position as the principle that visitor should be should have medicare. i mean everybody. Healthcare should be right in america. My opposition relates to whether or not aged doable to what the cost is what the consequences for the rest of the budget. Dr so to be fair here. This is before the pandemic. it's in the middle of march. Almost a year ago now. Kamala harris has endorsed medicare for all and this goes to the issue. Dr basset of movements. You participated in panels for example with reverend william barber where you talk about the importance of movements that scientists are not outside of society. I mean there's a reaction right now the way trump was so anti-science that we just need the facts. But can you talk about what it would mean a year later. Would this massive catastrophe that is the pandemic for the movement for medicare for all. Do you think this is the moment. After all biden did leave an opening he said. Is it doable. And how much does it cost. Well how much has the pandemic.
"february fifteenth" Discussed on On the Road with Mickey
"Hopefully you like the sound of our voices anyone stick around for the show not that it stays in one place for long. I mean after all we are on the road with mickey so hop in the car and buckle your seatbelts because we gone awesome adventure this week. Now refund down before we get moving. I up our roundtable talk. We'll discuss the main topic for this week. Followed by some disney trivia ranging from disney history to a random disney character of the day. Well that's just about everybody ready. Let's get the show on the road. Hey everyone on. Mike and she sophie and she's brenda. Hi we want and we're all on the road. With mickey. this is season two episode seven for february fifteenth. Twenty twenty one and our feature topic. This week is our favorite disney memories. I think this is something that we're all going to really enjoy. And i think it's going to make you think about your disney trips. And i think you're going to really remembering those perfect memories you've got so we're really looking forward to it but before we get started on a feature topic. We want to talk about some cheddar from the big cheese. We've got several things we wanna talk about. And i'll go ahead and start us off starting in april until around some time in the fall. They haven't announced a date for when it'd be done but anyway the disney's contemporary resort is going to be going through a refurbishment on some of the guest rooms primary located in the main tower and it should not affect most of the resort areas and amenities for guests to enjoy so The whole resort is not closing down of the restaurants and so forth are still going to be open From what. I understand the garden rooms and so forth are still be available and so forth and even most of the most of the tower rooms but some of those tower rooms will not be available and so it might make availability a little bit harder to find but But anyway i think it's all in gear are in line to get ready for the fiftieth anniversary. So and i. I heard a rumor that that some of the rooms are going to be themed after the incredible 's but i don't know for fact so it'd be interesting to see when when picture start coming out how they look you know. I think that would be interesting to see as well because while not only is the incredible awesome movie to watch but it actually is based in the nineteen fifties. So if they're teaming some of those rooms for the fiftieth anniversary. That's just a little detail. That i think is a happy coincidence. Exactly all right..
Nikes Hands-Free Shoe is a Win for Inclusion
"Wars daily on this monday february fifteenth. Welcome to a new week. Everyone sneaker heads must have been clicking their heels lately earlier. This month nike unveiled. Its first hands-free athletic shoe. The nike go fly. Ease the slip on sneakers have a hinge that allows the shooter snap open and shut all on their own or mostly on their own to remove shoe. Use the same toe to heel method that you use when taking off your shoes without using your hands to put it on slide your foot back in and step down in the shoe snaps shut and elastic tension. Band keeps it snug on your foot. Velcro or other fasteners needed as usual. The twitter verse had a thing or two to say about the invention. Some call the hands-free issue
"february fifteenth" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"The handle but where you sweaty your but he you know you could have been in the broom the way you smell so sweet you could have been so eddie. Williams with the leader of the group looked at these layers. It was like what the fuck this gal so brightly colored at a candle holding you so tight you could have been handled balloted bullshit right but turned out to be pretty good so the moral of the story is if you're a singer trust your soul writers. They know what they do especially if they're legends like holland dozier holland. So there you go so you know. Peace low to mary wilson. She became a bestselling author motivational speaker. A businesswoman a. Us cultural ambassador a new york times bestselling author nineteen eighty-six. The debut autobiography dream girl by life as a supreme bestseller. She was also instrumental in passing the music. Weatherization act the act in two thousand. Eighteen is aimed to modernize copyright release issues for new music and audio recordings of the face of new technology like digital streaming which did not protect music recorded before february fifteenth. Nineteen seventy two and two thousand and one. She received associates degree in arts from new york university. The result of five year studying between touring commitments. I mean here the woman who had it all financially and everything all the things that she wanted. What did she degree for. But she went ahead and did that. Diana ross. with my condolences to you. Mary's family. I had so many wonderful memories of our time together. The supremes will live on in our hearts. Think she's going to be invited to the funeral. Those two had grown apart for for a while now so was likely in a friend. That was your best friend thirty forty years ago you know and you just found out that they died. Slann sucks tough. You know always be my best friend. Always have those memories. But in a i moved on life he'd moved on. She's moved on her lifestyle. Whatever let that Diana ross and mary wilson's relationship at the in is like. Yeah you know we. We did some great things. Legendary things unbelievable things things that will live on forever but.
"february fifteenth" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"You would think are the captain you you would think that that would go without having to be stated but new for people to be nonconsensual examined for this to come to light when speaking of her own traumatic experience white said when the medical community does not value a patient's bodily autonomy it has a very negative impact on patient care the pentagon will send troops to mass vaccination vaccination sites here in the us like massachusetts no so the biden administration. Health officials announced that the department of defense would deploy troops to to vaccinations sites in california in the next ten days with other sites in other states. Soon to follow yeah. I'd heard that they were doing five. Different federal vaccination sites. This was the story. I saw last week about that. Now why do they need. Train killers to give vaccinations. Thank you for asking the exact same question that i had when i read this. I'm like what part do soldiers have im- providing healthcare to the american public. Well actually giving the vaccinations they may be. You know providing preventing the and getting away that may be a factor but they could just be carrying boxes for all we know right. I can't hire temps for that. Was you gotta be soldier. It's hard to find people willing to work. I mean that defending this but all gers man. We don't you. I mean the thing is soldiers are way more expensive than temps. So if you think it's hard to get people to work think how hard it is to get people to join. the army. Part of this group will arrive in california. In the next ten days to begin operations there around february fifteenth. There's a kid walking up to the hospital. He's got something got something in a bundle at his belly. Shoot 'em does these people. What fresh out of iraq. Y- where are these guys got called back from afghanistan. I so i thought is will okay. Couldn't if you're gonna use something that resembles military. What about the national guard right. Aren't they supposed to be like the domestic right folks right the national guard. They're supposed to be the one the list shows. I is really the group that that would be. Cut out for because national guard is still select militia. There should understand enough of those national in the militia in case of wartime in this particular situation. If i'm thinking like status and acting like a status we'll stop doing that. You should seem like a status and you certainly shouldn't act like a status. Let shouldn't they send a thousand active military personnel active duty military personnel. Shouldn't this be like. Hey california call up some of your national guardsmen and help them put together these vaccinations sites or something like that. Why have the battle hardened veterans through this and. That's that's the scary less you. Why exactly why. They feel that they need a thousand active duty military personnel to support state. vaccinations sites. Does it say how many of these are. md's or medics is this. Are they like setting up a mash unit. There it just says biden made this happen and the department Fema is going along with it. And he's ordered the first contingent To support state vaccine that vaccinates vaccinations sites. Yeah famous all up in the mix. The funny thing is. I always thought when when alex jones and i hate to bring up alex jones. Because i've always thought that alex jones was crazy and he's made meet made me eat my words a few times like you know..
Pentagon will deploy troops to assist COVID-19 vaccine drive
"The Pentagon is getting involved in a bid to get more Americans vaccinated against coded nineteen the White House says defense chief Lloyd Austin has signed off on the FEMA request and will send about one thousand active duty troops to state vaccination centers part of this group will start to arrive in California within the next ten days to begin operations there around February fifteenth White House virus response invites Randy Slavitt says the military will play a critical role in supporting vaccination sites helping administer thousands of shots a day Sager mag ani Washington
"february fifteenth" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"And also as we've previously mentioned auto parts supply chain logistics quantum computing. Might not be mainstreamed just yet but as your quantum now joins google cloud q network and aws bracket as quantum computing offerings from the big three public clouds as well as systems from ibm d wave and others. This is interesting to note. We have gone from you know ten years or so ago wondering if a d. Wave computer was really quantum or not. Is it really a quantum computer or is it just a classic computer that uses something. That's kinda quantum to full systems available in the cloud from the cloud vendors microsoft amazon and google as well as ibm as well as others. Out there like this. I was comparing this to where we were with. Mainframe computers in the late. Sixties early seventies. That's where we are now with with quantum computers. They're they're available for you to rent mostly for research purposes still. Not terribly practical. But we've moved. We've moved from concept to actual services and tom. If i could jump in here real quick the one of the interesting things with microsoft. You might say they're late to the game last public cloud. Ibm de we've been doing this like you said for for years now they put out q. Sharp Which is part of their quantum st cake at all the way back in late twenty. Seventeen and so that. Was you know there was doing quantum simulation but setting the software groundwork so that when something like azure quantum services comes out developers can hit the ground running at least have gotten their feet wet a little bit still extremely early days but they have been working on the software side of this as well. That's great to thank you. Rich lino producer of today shows well. Nike wants to save you all back bends or two or three or all of them. The company's go fly. Ease sneaker is hands-free totally hands-free meaning that you can step in and out of your shoes which looked like running shoes. They're not slip on not slides using a by stable hinge. The go fly can snap into place. Thanks to attention or sort of a giant rubber band type thing that sits above the mid sole kind of goes all the way around the shoe and works the same way reversed. Wanna take your shoes off now. Nike initially made the shoes for people with disabilities limited mobility. Making it easy to get shoes on and off but it might be pretty attractive to you as it is to me because i often have a lot of things in my hands. When i'm you know at the front door. I want my shoes to be able to get in an awful. I want them to be nice and sturdy. A soft launch is set for february fifteenth for.
"february fifteenth" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"That's what on saturday was very very good. So yeah i mean it's shocking shaping. Up that bob baffert looks a whole really strong hand on the the derby trail which No surprise right. it's it would be. It would be shocking if it wasn't the case and he certainly has shown more than enough ability to win the race but Yeah i think it'll be especially now that we're gonna see i mean i guess the southwest shaping up as jackie warrior essential quality rematch. I think this next round of preps between the the risen star in the southwest found. A youth is one will really start to see exactly what we're working with. I guess you could. Even after the san a in the tampa bay derby even got them to an extent into that so really that stretched between the february fifteenth and march sixth. Or so. where we're going to really see what we've what we've got so and you mentioned Tampa bay derby. I think saturday. I think we've got the davis dam. Davis et cetera. Which is usually one of the better better cards. You get Really in the early part of the year that tampa does a great job with the supporting turf stakes and usually gets a lot of support from chad brown and a lot of the bigger turf barnes in the endeavor and There's another today. Hells mixed them. Up one one runs on. Tim davis day and the other on tampa bay derby day and just glancing. I saw Yesterday that Down had sent out the the probables. And it's it's interesting. it's kind of a has a few similarities to what went on this weekend. Where there's gonna be some horses that people may not have seen much of yet and You got known agenda. Who taught we taught it said was going to be running Kelsey danner ricochet rusty arnold runway magic smiley subotica for dale romans Being code lucky law. Vicky oliver hidden stash broadway for clemma and candyman rocket For belmont and cheryl weinbach with boca boy. So there's your. There's your davis horses to get acquainted with for saturday. It'll also the weather. Saturday aquit topical kane and and risk taking is coming off a maiden win where you gotta leave a low eighty buyer figure. So he's worse that that figures in that at a mile and an h is a is an interesting spot so yeah we got a got a decent amount of action coming up. No question about it and I suppose now the could do this with the tamara to the cross country. Sixty two thousand. Yeah boy i mean if you were able to get seven lilies on your ticket in the first leg after that to sequence was sort of habitable. I didn't think we'll secret was was crazy in the martha washington. We could kind of talk about. How coaching and joys rocket. We're gonna take majority the attention. I thought lilly had a little bit of a chance but Yeah we'll secret was was obviously a very impressive winner. And then you had the seven to one captains for clermont and the last two winners were were formal. So i mean there was. It was a five to to chat brown winner in the ninth attack with up and then the favorite in the the last leg at oaklawn. So i mean it was. It was so frontloaded in terms of what you were going to going to be dealing with and you know a big price was just hard to get but it was in the. I like well i was. I was nauseous. Because i i had. I had I used a lily as a see. I knew that that whole eighth race was was a quagmire. And i will secret i actually used prominently Ahead of joys rocket and caught that for for eighteen in fact our stuart's going to join us here momentarily I i don't know. I i actually i blew to with I was going to blow it anyway and it would have been agonizing up with to seize in the first three legs but I don. I didn't use chad as an as so i was i was i was going to be screwed anyway. So maybe it's just as well works out that way. Sometimes exactly victim end. Tam one two one five. Nick thanks so much. Thanks for friday and Great job yesterday on air with chris griffin and we will talk friday. Thanks thanks for having me. Not at all safe travels to big data dallas and speaking of big dallas. He's standing by. We were just talking about about the success of will secret in the martha washington dallas. Good morning. congratulations. Thank you steve. Thank you so much. It's good to catch up with you. And i actually let let's let's do. Let's do the sad portion of of this discussion. I alice i i and then we'll go to happier happier conversation. I i almost reached out the last week. So i'm glad we can talk about a win Because there were two passes in the neighborhood of the fairgrounds Joe ray peluso and then jimmy memory at from loyola's and i. I'm mmediately thought that you'd be perfect to pay tribute to both of them. Yeah to new orleans guys. They loved racing. One guy loved the feed this one guy loved entertainers another other guy. Took care of our business and the raising office. Joe paluska sadly missed and Hello yeah there we go. yes sad. Tom and.
"february fifteenth" Discussed on Rap It Out
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Biden opens 'Obamacare' window for uninsured as COVID rages
"President by sign two executive orders. That were focused on healthcare. He stressed that he wasn't making any new laws or rules. That hadn't been in place before he was just taking things back to how they were before. Trump started messing with obamacare. The i was an order instructing the department of health and human services to start a special enrollment period for people to sign up for the affordable. Care act this takes place on healthcare dot gov and it will run from february fifteenth to may fifteenth. This is so that people who lost their job in lost their health insurance insurance from that job can still sign up for health coverage people have been wanting this for a while. Because oh you know. We're in the middle of a historic health. Crisis in tons of people have lost their jobs and their health care. And i know this might shock you. But the trump administration never did the second health related. Executive order is about the so-called global gag rule also called the mexico city policy. This rule bans any non organization that provides abortion counseling or reversals worldwide. So not even just the us from getting money from the government. Obviously that's what republicans focus on but as we should all know by now places that provide these things don't just to abortions there crucial for providing low-cost healthcare and biden even said that this rule was in quote attack on women's health access end quote republicans. Always say that doing things like this will lower the number of abortions in fact it had the opposite effect and is really not even close a study done just last year which was peer reviewed. Showed that the number of abortions increased by forty percent in countries where this happened where they had organizations that were de funded because of this. That's a huge number. The study concluded that this was probably because the decrease in funding also decrease the ability for these places to provide contraception family planning and other reproductive services in really. That's one of the major sticking points that i have with republicans. They never want to pay for anything but when that lack of funding causes problems. They're the ones who complain the loudest about the problems that they created. They're always like ugh. Why do we have to pay so much for welfare. And it's just always baffling. It's like yeah. I wonder why
"february fifteenth" Discussed on The CyberWire
"Microsoft yesterday offered more details on. How the salora gate threat actors worked and why. They're infiltration of their targets was as quietly effective as it proved to be it had for example been unclear how the handover from the sunburst de l. l. back door to the cobalt strike loader was accomplished and microsoft details how the threat actor obscured that handover as they accomplished it. Redmond's assessment of the salon gate crew is that they're quote skilled campaign operators who carefully planned and executed the attack remaining elusive while maintaining persistence unquote accomplished in operational security and adept at minimizing their footprint. In looking at the salon gate operation microsoft identified six techniques. Laura gate operators used to escape detection. They're worth reviewing first. They took care to avoid putting up the same indicators for each compromised host every cobalt strike de l. l. implant was designed to be unique to each affected machine. One of the tells the threat. Actors scrupulously avoided was the use of folder. Name file name. Export function names c two domain in ip http requests time stamp file meta data configure in child process launched. They also varied such non. Executable says w. m. i. persistence filter name w. m. i. Filter query passwords used for seven zip archives and names of output log files that says took a lot of effort and a whole lot more effort than the typical threat. Group finds it worth expending second the salora gate actors took care to camouflage themselves to blend into targets environments the tools and binary they used were named and put in folders that appeared to belong in the affected machine they mimicked existing legitimate files and programs that they found in the victim's environment third before they ran their hands on keyboard activity which would raise the risk of detection the threat actors disabled event logging using audit poll. They re enabled logging once they were finished similarly. They installed special firewall rules before they ran. Unavoidably noisy network reconnaissance. The rules were designed to minimize outgoing packets for certain protocols once the reconnaissance was complete. They systematically removed those firewall rules. It's also noteworthy. Microsoft says the salora gate operators executed lateral movement. Only after careful preparation they began by enumerating any remote processes and services running on target host and they moved laterally across the network only after they disabled security services that might detect them. Finally microsoft believes they timestamped the timestamps various artifacts altered them that is and also used professional wiping procedures and tools with a view to complicate the defenders problem of finding and eliminating the dl implants from the affected systems. So whoever they were and the smart money is still on russian intelligence services. The salora gay threat actors showed rare. Patients sophistication and attention to detail. Far beyond what organized crime normally attempts security week describes research by media trust into a cross platform malvern campaign lucky boy that's afflicting users of ios android and xbox systems it checks for blockers test environments and debugger before it runs once it does execute lucky boy uses a tracking pixel to redirect victim to militias sites like fishing pages or bogus software updates the campaign which surfaced last week appears to be in its early testing phases. It's another instance of malware using relatively complicated means of skating itself. It's not as complex as what. The solarge operators used but even criminals try to stay undetected. Proof point is found a business email compromise campaign that uses google forms bypass keyword based email content filters the researchers see the campaign as a hybrid combining social engineering with exploitation of the scale and legitimacy of google services the messages themselves relatively primitive with the poor idiomatic control so often found in criminal communications but proof points suspects. They'll find takers. Not the researchers. Think that the bbc effort represents an email reconnaissance campaign to enable target selection for undetermined follow on threat activity. The increase in remote work during the pandemic has of course greatly increased most organizations attack surface. Yes yes we know. This is old news but bear with us or rather bear with one dera. Who's twenty twenty. One cloud security report has some interesting findings on the extent to which the criminal underworld has embraced. the opportunities remote. Work affords your remote work. Not there's oh and remote workers could behave better to one dera says that accessing what they primly call inappropriate content and we leave it as an exercise for the listener what counts as inappropriate content has at least doubled since the onset of the pandemic. Did you know that websites in the adult gambling. Extreme and illegal content categories are more likely to leak data than nice sites while they are you know. Avoid the near occasion of compromise
"february fifteenth" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji
"Okay yeah you did have something. There are besides poetry. Obviously you You helped with this video. Joe joe off rice. You've got a couple more coming out. that's a given. what else. What other creative outlets are you involved in. Yeah you know the the life of an artist. At least for me is very diverse. In that i have to i. I do a lot of different types of things so I teach at the university here in toronto. I teach creative writing. Shutouts to lillian. Allen who is the one who started that program I am involved in a number of Film projects in development right now with cbc for a A series that should be coming out in about a year and a half I've got a. I've got a A short cartoon coming out On Hbo max With sesame street In in just a few weeks here so you know the grind is happening. I'm working on A an upcoming album I do something called a poetry monica. So it's sort of like this genre. That i feel like a Not that i created i coined term poetry. Monica the mixture of poetry and electronic vibes. And so that's kind of the musical elements that you'll hear on On spotify oh interesting okay you. You said star was in sesame street. But you said yeah to tell what is this. You can't just drop sesame. Yeah it's called a sesame street. They do their numbers. They do their their letters of the day. And so the piece that i created is called. C. is for counting It premieres on hbo. Max on february fifteenth And so yeah. We're really excited about it. I worked together with a wonderful production company called we are together and A great illustrator named tracey lamb. And yeah the stories about a young black girl in her mom and their Planting carrots and seeing how they grow There's a song that we created a co wrote. The song with a collaborator brad. Brad morton and Yeah we're looking forward to That premiering and more more collaborations with the network. I assure people to find your king of the days..
"february fifteenth" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Why amazon suspended its contract with parlor panasonic's heads up display for your car. That seems actually useful. And richard guenther brings the smarts. Smart home this is the daily tech news for wednesday january thirteenth. Twenty twenty one in los angeles. I'm tom merritt tantrum studio redwood. i'm sarah lane. Fraud penn central. I'm in salt lake city. I'm scott johnson. I'm the show's producer. Roger chain and as i mentioned richard got there from the digital media zone joining us. Richard good to have you man good to be here. And i am calling in from the outer banks north carolina this week. Wow look at that. So we're spanning the continent all of us are at. Cas technically for sure as we've been saying all week the real wrong We were just talking about home improvement and it strategies for dealing with garbage disposals get that wider conversation on our expanded show. Good day internet become a member patriot. Dot com slash. Dt ns. let's start with a few things. You should intel announced that ceo. Bob swan will step down. Effective february fifteenth after two years on the job pat. Gelsinger ceo vm ware. And former until cto will take over as ceo of intel intel executive chairman omar. Ish rock said that guessing are will lead until transformation from being cpu company to a company that makes multiple kinds of architectures. Bob swan was previously. Cfo of intel and expertise lied in finance not engineering. In december dan loeb's third point hedge fund had encouraged intel's board to explore alternatives. These send a screen captures of every story that titles. This swansong youtube removed a video from the president's campaign youtube channel for violating policies. It did not name. The channel will be prevented from uploading new. Comments are uploading videos for a minimum of seven days. Which would end january. Nineteenth comments on all videos on the channel have been turned off indefinitely. Amd will begin..
"february fifteenth" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Amazon suspended its contract with parlor panasonic's heads up display for your car. That seems actually useful. And richard guenther brings the smarts on smart home. This is the daily tech news for wednesday january thirteenth. Twenty twenty one in los angeles. I'm tom merritt tantrum studio redwood. i'm sarah lane. Fraud penn central in salt lake city. I'm scott johnson. I'm the show's producer. Roger chain and as i mentioned richard got there from the digital media zone joining us. Richard good to have you man good to be here. And i am calling in from the outer banks north carolina this week. Wow look at that. So we're spanning the continent while all of us are at. Cas technically for sure as we've been saying all week the real wrong We were just talking about home improvement and it strategies for dealing with garbage disposals get that wider conversation on our expanded show. Good day internet become a member patriot. Dot com slash. Dt ns. let's start with a few things. You should intel announced that ceo. Bob swan will step down. Effective february fifteenth after two years on the job pat. Gelsinger ceo vm ware. And former until cto will take over as ceo of intel intel executive chairman omar. Ish rock said that guessing are will lead until transformation from being cpu company to a company that makes multiple kinds of architectures. Bob swan was previously. Cfo of intel and expertise lied in finance not engineering. In december dan loeb's third point hedge fund had encouraged intel's board to explore alternatives. These send a screen captures of every story that titles. This swansong youtube removed a video from the president's campaign youtube channel for violating policies. It did not name. The channel will be prevented from uploading new. Comments are uploading videos for a minimum of seven days. Which would end nineteenth comments on all videos on the channel have been turned off indefinitely. Amd will begin..
"february fifteenth" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Why amazon suspended its contract with parlor panasonic's heads up display for your car. That seems actually useful. And richard guenther brings the smarts. Smart home this is the daily tech news for wednesday january thirteenth. Twenty twenty one in los angeles. I'm tom merritt antrim studio redwood. i'm sarah lane. Fraud penn central. I'm in salt lake city. I'm scott johnson. I'm the show's producer. Roger chain and as i mentioned richard got there from the digital media zone joining us. Richard good to have you man good to be here. And i am calling in from the outer banks north carolina this week. Wow look at that. So we're spanning the continent while all of us are at. Cas technically for sure as we've been saying all week the real wrong We were just talking about home improvement and it strategies for dealing with garbage disposals get that wider conversation on our expanded show. Good day internet become a member patriot. Dot com slash. Dt ns. let's start with a few things you should intel announced that ceo. Bob swan will step down. In february fifteenth after two years on the job pat gelsinger. Ceo vm ware and former until cto will take over as ceo of intel intel executive chairman omar. Ish rock said that guessing are will lead until transformation from being cpu company to a company that makes multiple kinds of architectures. Bob swan was previously. Cfo of intel and expertise lied in finance not engineering. In december dan. loeb's third point hedge fund had encouraged intel's board to explore alternatives. These send a screen captures of every story that titles. This swansong youtube removed a video from the president's campaign youtube channel for violating policies. It did not name. The channel will be prevented from uploading new. Comments are uploading videos for a minimum of seven days. Which would end nineteenth comments on all videos on the channel have been turned off indefinitely. Amd will begin..
"february fifteenth" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Amazon suspended its contract with parlor panasonic's heads up display for your car. That seems actually useful. And richard guenther brings the smarts on smart home. This is the daily tech news for wednesday january thirteenth. Twenty twenty one in los angeles. I'm tom merritt tantrum studio redwood. i'm sarah lane. Fraud penn central. I'm in salt lake city. I'm scott johnson. I'm the show's producer. Roger chain and as i mentioned richard got there from the digital media zone joining us. Richard good to have you man good to be here. And i am calling in from the outer banks north carolina this week. Wow look at that. So we're spanning the continent while all of us are at. Cas technically for sure as we've been saying all week the real wrong We were just talking about home improvement and it strategies for dealing with garbage disposals get that wider conversation on our expanded show. Good day internet become a member patriot. Dot com slash. Dt ns. let's start with a few things. You should intel announced that ceo. Bob swan will step down. Effective february fifteenth after two years on the job pat. Gelsinger ceo vm ware. And former until cto will take over as ceo of intel intel executive chairman omar. Ish rock said that guessing are will lead until transformation from being cpu company to a company that makes multiple kinds of architectures. Bob swan was previously. Cfo of intel and expertise lied in finance not. Being in december dan loeb's third point hedge fund had encouraged intel's board to explore alternatives. These send a screen captures of every story that titles. This swansong youtube removed a video from the president's campaign youtube channel for violating policies. It did not name. The channel will be prevented from uploading new. Comments are uploading videos for a minimum of seven days. Which would end january. Nineteenth comments on all videos on the channel have been turned off indefinitely. Amd will begin..
"february fifteenth" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Amazon suspended its contract with parlor panasonic's heads up display for your car. That seems actually useful. And richard guenther brings the smarts. Smart home this is the daily tech news for wednesday january thirteenth. Twenty twenty one in los angeles. I'm tom merritt antrim studio redwood. i'm sarah lane. Fraud penn central. I'm in salt lake city. I'm scott johnson. I'm the show's producer. Roger chain and as i mentioned richard got there from the digital media zone joining us. Richard good to have you man good to be here. And i am calling in from the outer banks north carolina this week. Wow look at that. So we're spanning the continent all of us are at. Cas technically for sure as we've been saying all week the real wrong We were just talking about home improvement and it strategies for dealing with garbage disposals get that wider conversation on our expanded show. Good day internet become a member patriot. Dot com slash. Dt ns. let's start with a few things. You should intel announced that ceo. Bob swan will step down. Effective february fifteenth after two years on the job pat. Gelsinger ceo vm ware. And former until cto will take over as ceo of intel intel executive chairman omar. Ish rock said that guessing are will lead until transformation from being cpu company to a company that makes multiple kinds of architectures. Bob swan was previously. Cfo of intel and expertise lied in finance not engineering. In december dan loeb's third point hedge fund had encouraged intel's board to explore alternatives. These send a screen captures of every story that titles. This swansong youtube removed a video from the president's campaign youtube channel for violating policies. It did not name. The channel will be prevented from uploading new. Comments are uploading videos for a minimum of seven days. Which would end nineteenth comments on all videos on the channel have been turned off indefinitely. Amd will begin..
Intel CEO Bob Swan to step down, VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger to replace him
"Intel announced that ceo. Bob swan will step down. Affected february fifteenth after two years on the job. Pat gelsinger ceo. Vm ware and former until cto will take over. As ceo of intel intel executive chairman omar ish rock said that guessing are will lead until transformation from being cpu company to a company that makes multiple kinds of architectures bob swan was previously. Cfo of intel and expertise lied in finance not. Being in december dan loeb's third point hedge fund had encouraged intel's board to explore
Millions of businesses expected to seek Paycheck Protection Program loans
"And right now never more obvious that the federal government is eager the state governments are desperate to support this small businesses that are shuttered voluntarily at the direction of governors and the president of the United States during the virus shattered and with no a special way forward until and F. and that's the part the gene is going to help with because it is their job is also a CPA and his hearing from his customers and he's observing the scene this is real time reporting of what is happening now with the so called carers act the week past cares act has in it moving parts but one of the parts that is most profound for small businesses is the payroll protection program that's one part gin has other parts there in an ability to give money immediately to small businesses to sustain their payrolls to keep the lights on to pay the rent to get through this period of the this month and the next months to the end of June until Congress reconsiders it's a three hundred and fifty billion dollar part of the cares act and the question was always away wondering into it's a wonderful life you know Jimmy Stewart the day the right there was a run on the bank and everybody was clamoring for their money from the savings and loan is that where we are getting a very good evening to you all right we've had our moment we are now inside of the it's a wonderful life how we doing Jane good evening to yeah we are the headline news are we this week John Deere and the fact that we talk about small business and so let's just let's let's just back up a little bit and and talk about the terror attack in the payroll protection a paycheck protection program just as a reminder to you and you know if you're listening right now this is part of the day cares act and what it what it allows is it allows businesses to receive loans from banks up to ten million dollars although there's a formula that just got it that based on your table that that dictates how much you can get and what is special about these loans is that at the end of an eight week period ending June thirtieth or somewhere in that range between February fifteenth and June thirtieth for an eight week period when
"Let's start the conversation by talking. About what information is getting out in the first place. It's hard to get accurate. Data about the virus is spread out of hospitals and clinics sin. So much happening so quickly. So if data and facts about the pandemic can't actually be recorded or communicated adequately. How do we know what information to trust? Well as you say Mike. It's hard to know because the information is coming so quickly because we're all on such high alert or so emotionally primed to react everything and because the whole danger of covert nineteen is that it's a new virus. We fundamentally don't understand it. That said the way a triage information is we know stuff that's coming directly from the World Health Organization and the CDC is the best. We've got trusted news. Organizations are giving us the best information they can. There are a whole lot of scientists out there trying to give us the best information they can swatting down false rumors. So there's a lot of good stuff in a massive flow and there's some bad stuff coming into nick. How should people put this information? Therre getting into context one of the things that I've been looking at and refreshing and I'm sure lots of our listeners have been to as Johns Hopkins website that shows Total confirmed cases around the globe as well as deaths from Corona virus and total recovered folks. And the thing is just by refreshing those numbers each day. It's it's rather alarming to see Even the county level here you know I've been monitoring Santa Clara and San Mateo County where I happened to live and and we see these numbers. Come OUT EVERY DAY. But it's it seems like it's difficult to put that into context when there is a lack of testing going on Particularly in the United States. And it's hard to know. How is this good? Is this bad thing scaling? Downward how should people be thinking about it with regards to context? Well I I would say that. You don't need to be constantly checking. I think because we're all at home. We're all obsessed in rural scared where maybe taking on too much of the burden of having perfect information and too much the burden of feeling like we need to really understand everything that is happening because the truth is will you and I need to do for ourselves what we need to do for our communities we need to do as reporters doesn't change based on the Johns Hopkins Chart Everyday or even every three days we know we're in a terrible situation where we have to socially distance take every precaution to the best reporting that we possibly can so. That's one thing I would say. I think there's a risk for a lot of people becoming emotionally debilitated by spending too much time seeking out perfect up to the second information when that's not what most of us need the second thing is. There's a very good question you just asked which is impossible to answer. Which is the main thing we're looking at in the main thing we're thinking that is the infection rate which until we have universal testing means almost nothing is just a proxy for the number of tests in any given area. It's basically the number. It's the number of people who are infected multiplied by the prevalence of tests and tests have been distributed in different places. Why does the pandemic looks so much worse in New York City today as we talk than in other places partly it's spread there? It's a very dense area. Bad luck started bear. Lots of people come through there and also it's one of the first places that had lots of castes. So it's very hard to read that particular line of data specifically as well well in with particular note towards testing and perfect information We heard The president bragging this week about how our testing numbers are up. And how they're better than South Korea's numbers but of course that's a flawed count because what we really need to know is testing per capita. We have a lot more people in this country than we do in South Korea and that really makes me think that this is an interesting thing to talk about because so many Americans are getting their information about the spread of the virus directly from the White House every day. There is a briefing in everyday. Millions of people are watching. So can we examine to what extent the president's comments in general have contributed to the spread of misinformation? I mean they've played a major role in the spread of misinformation starting from the very beginning where he said we had a completely under control. There's one case from China he no. That's in January. Two it will disappear. There's a series of factually incorrect statements that he made from January through the middle of March. That were contradicted by the scientists epidemiologists in the middle of March. He seemed to understand that it was in his political interest to start taking this more seriously and his tone changed with that. I believe it was the press conference on March twelfth or March Thirteenth The sort of the somber one where he didn't seem like he had has focused but where he actually seemed to have changed the way he was looking at this from a political nuisance to a serious issue that he had to deal with. But since then you're right he's gone back and forth and he has as his once said a whole bunch of things that aren't true he's been a little more excited about chloroquine than the scientists should be. He's been a little more enthusiastic about our response than maybe he should be and his statement that we should go back to work by aced Easter. If it holds people do actually go back to work on eastern if a miracle has it occurred between now and then that will be extremely dangerous so he has he has poisoned the information ecosphere on the other hand he has started also to point in the right direction. How so in that? He is now clearly focused on this working on it. And he's not denying it. He's no longer tweeting. Statistics about how much worse the flu is right. He now clearly recognizes that. This is a risk the American economy or risk to his reelection and a risk to all of us to our health. That leads me to my next question. Which is that. We're also receiving information from government outside of the United States right now and I'm wondering how much of that you think that we should sort of take at face. Value China in particular comes to mind because China's exposure to this was on the early curve of things now there are some reports suggesting that China could be getting back to work sooner than the US. And I'm wondering given the flow of information that traditionally we've had out of China how much you believe we can trust that right now. I trust the numbers in China. The question is do we trust the China got the Krona virus under control? I would say I do believe that I mean the story of information in China is fascinating because in the very beginning. There's the authoritarian blocking of information right and prosecuting people who are telling the truth about it and famously doctors who by province but I actually think that China has played since that moment a very responsible global role both within taken incredibly strong action that then quiets down the pandemic at home and then sharing resources with the world. Now there have been off a moment. The Press Secretary for Xi Jinping tweeted out some conspiracy theory nonsense about the US creating the virus. That was utterly despicable but as for the numbers I do trust that there has been substantial decline in China both because the Chinese government reporting those. But it's also the World Health Organization is over there too so The president and the White House in general have expressed a great distrust of the mainstream media. Of course we work in medium. We feel this every day They're also a lot of people who support the president in his policies who share that mistrust of the media In what ways is this general mistrust of the mainstream media affecting the spread of bad information and Is it sort of inhibiting the spread of good information? Oh Yeah it's it's extremely unfortunate one of the most tragic consequences of not just the trump administration but of the last ten years has been the decline in trust in mainstream journalism. And so now you can see that. A percentage of Republicans who believe that Corona virus is a great threat to this nation is much lower than the percentage of Democrats and that's in part because society has been filtered into a subset of people who read the free balanced press. That Myers a part of and people who don't and the breakdown of the trust that our profession had as absolutely made it harder for people to get good information. There was a period the first two weeks of March which were crucial weeks in this period when we go back and we tell the story of Krahn virus in the United States of America if we had acted on February fifteenth the way we acted on March fifteenth thousands tens of thousands hundreds of thousands of lives would be now. Why didn't we act on February fifteenth reactive on March Fifteenth? There are a lot of reasons but one of them was that there was a sense that half the country didn't trust that this was a real thing and that there were a lot of right wing pundits and people on Fox News and to some degree the president himself saying that this is the media trying to bring down trump which it was not but because that story was believed absolutely helped slow down our response. That's quite unfortunate nick to you that this kind of I don't know partisanship misinformation and distrust is also going to affect the way that we approach potential. Antibodies vaccines and cures for this. I hope not I mean my hope is that you the whole world is going to be different when this is over. All sorts of things are going to be changed from the way we organize our societies to the way we think about working from home to a million different things are GonNa Change. One thing that I hope happens. Maybe it's an opportunity for journalism to rebuild. Its trust with the public. Maybe when this is over people who didn't trust the New York Times because they think it's too partisan will realize that whatever you think of the politics of the editorial board of New York Times that the science reporting has been spot on right or if you think that the Atlantic is too critical of your favorite political candidates. You'll realize oh wait. They've done really tremendous reporting on corona virus. So it's possible that the mainstream press will win some of its
Boston: Two women are charged with assaulting mother, daughter for speaking Spanish
"Two to revere women now facing charges for allegedly attacking a mother and daughter who were speaking Spanish at east Boston's maverick square this happened back on February fifteenth the victims and witnesses say the suspects Jenny Lee Anna Marathi and Stephanie Armstrong were not provoked and did it because the mother and daughter there were laughing in speaking Spanish district attorney Rachel Rollins saying that hate intolerance does not belong in Suffolk County she has asked the civil rights unit of the Boston police department to investigate the incident the suspects are set to appear at the East Boston court on March
If a Coronavirus pandemic is inevitable, what should Canada be doing now?
"Today our guest is going to use the keyword. Just so you're prepared and prepared is sadly not the P. Word that word obviously as pandemic and there is currently a mostly superficial debate over whether or not to use it to describe the spread of the Corona Virus Colfax nineteen. The debate is mostly superficial because while public health bodies go back and forth on it the actual public who are scared just here one terrifying news report after another. Every Canada has recorded a tense case of cove in nineteen presumptive at this point within fifty cases here in the US and global fears growing and today the Dow plunging the World Health Organization. Now says there are more new cases of the corona virus outside China than inside that country. There are fifty countries and regions now affected. And as you can see. There's Cova nineteen cases reported in every continent except and Arctic thus far according to official numbers Canada has largely been spared but until recently lots of other places around the world seemed exactly that way too and now they're not so what happens next here and around the world. What do we know now about this disease? And how it spreads and who had attacks that we didn't know last month when it was just emerging? What should sensible Canadians do right now? Today what should they plan for in the coming weeks and months and what exactly does decades of expert research and models. Tell us what is likely to happen from here. How does the world prepare for that? I'm George Heath Rawlings. This is the big story. Dr David Fiszman is an epidemiologist at the dollar. Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto. His work puts him on the frontlines of Toronto and Canada's effort to battle this virus David. Hello thanks for having me back. Despite my faulty prediction last time star. We won't call it faulty because it was based on on what we knew at the time. But we wanted to have you back because this has been evolving and the last time you were on We talked about cove in nineteen which wasn't called that at the time. And you said kind of the the quote that stuck with me was. We've seen this movie before. And now I feel like I have seen this movie before but it was called outbreak. People died. No I think I think for good or ill it is a sequel but the script writers seem to have been more creative than we that. I certainly expected last week and I have to go through. I'm not a psychologist but I have been trying to learn about cognitive biases. Because I think that in my bad takes on this I've anchored on what I thought I knew based on prior epidemics and this turned out to be different in important ways if we recorded this a week ago on February twentieth. I actually would have stuck to my guns Because as recently as the middle of last week I really felt like this was a massive epidemic but the aggressive social distancing in China sort of had locked it down and I was quite smug with the class. I teach at U. OF T. And showed them model projections and those model projections for China. Actually right so. China seems to have this largely contained within China. The difficulty is it was like a forest fire in China. It's sent off all these sparks around. The world and a lot of countries contain the sparks but it turns out that a lot of countries didn't so what changed for me. Last week was the recognition in Canada and simultaneously in Lebanon and in the United Arab Emirates cove nineteen cases with travel histories linking them to Iran. Which at that time I. I'm not even sure if at that time. Iran had any cases but had single digit cases certainly by the end of last week and several of those single digit cases. Were already dead. So given the leg between infection hand demise with this thing. The high fraction of deaths told you that this was already an old epidemic and we ran the numbers over the weekend with some colleagues Colleagues Them Cameron Con Isaac. Gotch on my colleague Ashley Shoot. Was the person who who wrote this short paper and in Ashley's analysis she looked at travel rankings for Countries in terms of their their closeness to Iran Canada's number thirty one said there's thirty countries on the list higher than us which include places with lousy public health systems like Syria like Iraq. Places that have been through civil conflict and that effectively very vulnerable to infectious disease. Because they wouldn't be able to identify it if it was there and they had no cases which is mathematically implausible that Canada's importing cases but Syria and Iraq have none. Yeah so that right there told you. Oh this is a round or not seeing it the day after we did the analysis. Kuwait Oman Bahrain Afghanistan and Iraq said. Oh we have cases so we ran the analysis and the T. L. Dr On. This is the estimated epidemic size to see that volume of expert cases based on travel volumes is a an epidemic of twenty to twenty five thousand cases. Which is a huge epidemic. And even now I think around up to a of hundred cases that they've officially reported it's a tiny fraction of what's actually going on and this is disseminated so it's in it's in Afghanistan it's in Pakistan. It's not in Syria. But nobody believes that It's not in Yemen. But nobody believes that we haven't had a single case in Indonesia which has fairly close ties to southern China. But I don't think many epidemiologists believe that Indonesia has no cases so you know Iran. Lock this down. Singapore had an outbreak and controlled it. But we now have outbreaks in South Korea that the Korean health systems very competent and they seem to be struggling to contain. We have a large outbreak in northern Italy which also looks large and old like the Iranian outbreak with a high fraction of deaths So this seems to be everywhere and I think and this is really I mean. This is literally the last six days so I think China got the job done locally but you know the cats under the bag or that's the ball game or whatever. What hard metaphor when the cat is out of the bag for Canadians for sure but in countries that that haven't seen it yet you know there was Some controversy in the United States when one of the officials dealing with it said. It's a matter of when I think what you see there to be. Brutally Frank is kind of the toxicity of the trump administration and the White House where you have a senior public health official just stating a plain truth this is Nancy Massana of the CDC absolutely. It's a matter of when not if people are acknowledging that in Canada now too. That's just the plain truth and you get the rapid push back from the White House saying no no no. It's not going on here. That was undercut last night. Because we now have a reported case in In Northern California the details came out last night that this is someone without a known link to an area outside the United States who was transferred to UC Davis on February Nineteenth. Already intimated anonymous ventilator. So already in intensive care my fear in Canada and I think many physicians many of my colleagues fearing Canada is that we're not looking aggressively enough for this in people without known travelling kid to areas of the world that we think the is spreading in because what Iran shows. You the quiet places for the problem right and so we need to be doing more surveilled this in primary care clinics emergency and as was the case at UC Davis Test People with unexplained respiratory failure. Because the last thing you want is for this to come to light because you have a sars-like event with a hospital at break when you hear officials say when not if in your world what does when look like like what is that. Yeah no I mean. Look to my mind there. Two cases in Iran out of. I think we're at twelve recognized imported cases in Canada. I think possibly two of those secondary transmissions in Canada two of the cases are imported from Canada. The other imported cases have links to China so the first case from Iran. Sounds like maybe even been ill on? The flight presented. Quite promptly was diagnosed. It sounds reading the tea leaves. I wasn't involved in care here. It sounds like the second case had been ill since February fifteenth and was twigged to come in to Sunnybrook and get tested by the fact that people were saying. Oh you know this may be around in folks who have travelled to Iran so that to me you know. Those are the two found so the question is well where the people you didn't find and what's going to happen with those so one of the messed up things about corona viruses certainly with SARS and with a bowl is there's something called the Pareto principle which is like the eighty twenty rule you know. Eighty percent of the stuff comes from twenty percent of the people for me as a professor of knuckles eighty twenty. I'm going to say ninety nine percent of my headaches because people will hear this ninety. Nine percent of my headaches come from one percent of by students because my students are awesome. But that's an example of perito distributed process in the context of infectious diseases. That means let's say. Eighty percent of the secondary cases come from twenty percent of the primary cases. That's something that's called. An over distributed are not or perito distributed. Are Not some people are just better at spread? Some people are better at spreading in some places are better to spread. So you look at the Korean church. The mega church where this seems to have taken off like approximately like a rocket and there's something about their style of worship. I don't know too much. It sounds like it involves a fair bit of physical contact It seems to have been very very good at transmitting. This and we had that in Toronto. During SARS with religious communities as well hospitals seem to be very good places for super spreader events you know a person goes into respiratory failure and infects fourteen fifteen seventeen healthcare workers all at once as they get into bed. And then you get the dead ends Zeros. So you know this is kind of like tick tick tick tick. You're waiting for the boom. And we don't know if the booms GONNA come yet but I think the boom is probably going to come over the next couple of weeks. I don't know if it's tomorrow or three weeks from now and what happens in Canada when that boom heads what do we do? So so. That's that's a great question. I think what we do and what I had hoped and what I'd actually said publicly event a U. T. Last night is I'd like to see some clear messaging from public health authorities. I think at the
Chicago: Naperville Man Sets Guinness World Record By Holding Plank For Over 8 Hours
"Article former U. S. marine broke the male world record for holding and I'm domino playing keeping the painful position for a staggering eight hours fifteen minutes and it's still the nineteen seconds George hood sixty two Naperville Illinois was also retired Drug Enforcement Administration supervisory special agent achieve this down the business record in the Chicago February fifteenth according to
Asteroid Has a 1-in-7,000 Chance of Hitting Earth This Fall
"A giant asteroid has a one in seven thousand chance of impacting earth later this year. That seems seems low to me. Yes, I like it when it's one in seven million. Experts pinpoint September ninth is the possible date, the European Space Agency, thanks the football field. Size asteroid should pass earth at a safe distance of about four million miles, but they said that estimate could be off. And if it's off by just a percent or two that's when you need to do prep. Well, it's not like September's that far away. No, it isn't. This was discovered back in two thousand six and they said, now it's extremely rare but asteroids have hit the planet, previously and caused significant damage, for example in nineteen. Oh, eight. Enormous explosion near the Guscott river in Russia flattened about seven hundred seventy square miles of forest. They, it was a meteorite, and then there was something that happened in Russia. The chaplains event, a meteor enter the atmosphere on February fifteenth twenty thirteen and caused great damage to seventy two hundred buildings and fifteen hundred injuries though. None were fatal. You can find video of YouTube, that's on YouTube. Yeah. Yeah. So that's where it would hit. No, they don't even know if it's going to have it doesn't science work, where we can figure that out not yet it's still too far away, and it's still too small. You gotta remember this is just a tiny rock. So it's harder to project. But do you think even if they knew it was gonna hit without any question where they tell us? Yes. If, if they depending on the size I think absolutely not. Well, I depends what country. But so what we're going to figure it out regardless. We're going to I would say alert the press will let everybody know
Victim in deadly workplace shooting sues Illinois State Police
"The worker who survived being shot at the Aurora warehouse. Last month is now suing Illinois state police for two million dollars WGN's. Ryan burrow tells us. Why attorney for Timothy Williams says the lawsuit seeks to hold the Illinois state police accountable for allowing shooter Gary Martin to continue owning his illegal gun. Williams was one of five employees and an intern. Henry Pratt company hit by gunfire in the shooting rampage, February fifteenth Williams was the only employee who survived. He was shot once in the arm and twice in the back. Illinois state police say it notified Martin and the Aurora police department in two thousand fourteen that a prior conviction meant Martin could no longer possess a gun. However that gun was never
White House threatens to veto resolution to block Trump emergency declaration
"The president and the wall what's next for the wall? We know is bouncing to the Senate. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell has made it pretty clear to the press that he is a choice. Move ahead with the national emergency at the southern border and face a potential blowback from his own party or just kind of shift gears. The Senate is likely to pass a resolution to block the emergency, declaration fact, the votes are there. That's not it's not gonna happen. That means a veto the president is threatening to veto that resolution if it reaches his desk, then if congress approves of a measure that would Mark kind of a turning point in his presidency. It'd be the first time he had a veto. And it would put him definitely squaring off with other Republicans in his people in his own party. And that was one of the key things. He promised in the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign that Mexico would pay that would. Be a wall. And that was it that there was going to be a wall and Republicans are saying they support the president's objective. But they have reservations about a national emergency to free up billions of dollars for it. And also taking that money from key military programs member of the national emergency was declared by the president on February fifteenth to free up that money for the border wall. Many of you have written to me about the wall. It's kind of a split deal here on the show where some think it's just do it and others say ethics another way to get that money. And then we'll so really it's kind of three way and others say is that really going to be that much of a detriment Senator rand Paul Republican from Kentucky is the latest Republican device objections to that emergency declaration. He said during a speech in Kentucky over the weekend. That approving the emergency declaration would be pretty much like giving extra constitutional powers to the president. And he said, I just can't do it. I can't vote to give the president the power to spend money that hasn't been appropriated by congress. And he said, look, we might want more money for border security, but congress didn't authorize it if we take away the checks and balances it's a dangerous dangerous thick. So it doesn't look like that's going anywhere. Because it was objections and conversations about that. Pretty much that's all in in place. And remember in the house. It didn't go in the house in the house. There were lots of concern. There was some concerns anyway raised by some of the Republican lawmakers, but only thirteen ended up breaking the party. And of course, they didn't have to because they knew that it wasn't going. That it wasn't going anywhere. There wasn't going to be an emergency. That was going to be
Airlines Improve In-Flight Entertainment
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Happy Chinese New Year: China Ushers in the Year of the Pig
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Senator Lindsey Graham, Senate And Trump discussed on Orlando's Morning News
"What you think house and Senate negotiators are trying to come up with a deal on border security for parts of the government run out run out of money again on February fifteenth, Senator Lindsey Graham, a Trump ally said Thursday, it wasn't about the name, Democrats and Republicans should approve money for something. Like a wall in color, whatever you wanna call it loans. It's a barrier that makes sense in the eyes of the professionals speaking to the press Thursday, the president sent mixed messages alternately saying he would accept a wall or barrier. And that he would only accept a literal wall. The house and Senate
Trump says Pelosi is 'playing games', she says no wall money
"Trying to hammer out a deal on border security to avoid another partial government shutdown on February fifteenth, but house speaker Democrat Nancy Pelosi already says there's not gonna be any more money in legislation and President Trump doesn't have much confidence in the bipartisan talks telling the New York Times the negotiations are quote, a waste of time. He stopped short of saying he'll declare a national emergency. If he doesn't get funding for a border wall. And this is
Shutdown costs pegged at $3 billion as U.S. government reopens
"Dead. A new report says the latest government shutdown. Cost the US economy three billion dollars. The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office CB L says eleven billion dollars was lost. But eight billion dollars is expected to be recovered CBO. Also, lower GDP estimates for the first quarter of this year by point zero two percent GDP is a measure of economic growth. The partial government shutdown lasted thirty five days. It was lifted when I deal was struck to extend funding for one quarter of the federal government to February fifteenth. President Trump has threatened another shutdown if he does not get several billion dollars for a border