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"Hello from Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia will manteca today's musician was a piano virtuoso and composer at a time when women rarely performed or wrote their own work although many of her compositions remain unknown her collaborations with her husband resulted in one of the most fruitful musical partnerships at the early nineteenth century. Let's talk about Clara Schumann. Clara Josephine was born in Eighteen nineteen in Leipzig Germany her father Frederik peak was a sought after piano instructor. Frederick married one of his students, Marianne and together they had five children, Clara and her four brothers. Is Five her parents divorced Clara, and her brothers became the legal property of their father. Clara's mother remarried and moved to Berlin which limited contact between them two letters, periodic visits. Frederick Recognize Clara's early musical talents and dedicated himself to her musical education. Under his tutelage she studied Violin Piano Music, theory, and business. Frederick even sent Clara around Germany to study with some of the finest composition teachers in Leipzig Dresden and Berlin. In eighteen twenty nine at the age of eleven, Clara made her performance debut in Leipzig Clara began touring in Germany France and Austria. She was one of the few pianists of her time who played by memory and she performed not only her own compositions but also those that were more well known by Johann Sebastian Bach Domenico Scarlatti. Ludwig. Van Beethoven and Robert Schumann. Robert Schumann due to a self inflicted injury to his right hand was the only composer among his contemporaries who did not play his own work. Clara took on his work for him. In nineteen thirty, one at the age of twelve she gave her first performance of his piano composition papillon. Over the course of the next five years, Clara, became wildly infatuated with Robert Schumann the match made her father very concerned at that point Clara was already famous and successful performer. Robert was a relatively unknown composer. Frederic. Saw The match as beneath Clara and so at the age of Seventeen Clara's father center to Dresden in hopes of severing ties between the two. But as is the case with many famed love stories. Parental intervention didn't go as planned. Despite, Clara's demanding performing and touring schedule. Clara and Robert wrote to each other in secret over many months using an intermediary to deliver their letters. When the two decided to wet. Strong resistance from Clara's father in nineteenth century Germany, a woman could not marry without her father's consent and Frederick refused to give it. Robert took Frederick to court over his refusal and Frederick countered with charges against Robert After nearly a year of legal battles the court finally sanctioned the marriage the couple married in September eighteen forty one day before Clare Clara's twenty first birthday and settled in Leipzig for years. Later, Robert suffered a severe breakdown and the couple relocated to Dresden at the recommendation of Roberts doctors. Over the course of their marriage Clara was pregnant ten times and had eight children despite having such a large family Clark continued to perform, compose, teach piano, and support Robert in his career. Despite Clare's existing professional success, it was Robert's career that was prioritized in the marriage nevertheless clar used the arrangement to her advantage. She performed her own arrangements of Roberts pieces during her concert tours and Robert in kind what insert phrases from Clarence compositions
"forty one day" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"News I want six the Dow up one fifty seven at twenty five thousand seven sixty that was updated San Diego weather sunny afternoons with the night a morning clouds and patchy fog highs next couple of days upper sixties or low seventies near the coast upper seventies to low eighties inland right now we are partly cloudy around the county seventy seven in Escondido and seventies downtown on tighter your next update at one thirty on newsradio six hundred cocoa think Seattle in those few blocks looks like this I don't know we could in the summer and so you can't really we form and department that that is right and to to the root mailing in an absentee ballot is one of the safest ways that we can vote this year yeah home schooling in practice he one hundred forty one days until he coast to coast in order to C. two shiny the hi welcome back our to Sean Hannity show glad you're with us eight hundred nine four one shot if you want to be a part of the program fight let me play for all of you this is this is what happened in Atlanta over the weekend ray shard Brooks's initial counter with the police in being patted down.
Hospital staff with COVID-19 developed antibodies that protect against reinfection, finds study
"A study published by med R. X. I. V. shows hospital workers who had mild to moderate form of covert nineteen produced an antibody that could prevent reinfection the research conducted by Institut Pasteur and university hospitals states out of the one hundred and sixty doctor and nurse volunteers in France all but one to form an antibody a little more than two weeks after they were infected Bloomberg reports and most of the workers with the antibodies could neutralize the virus forty one days after they were infected in April the World Health Organization said there's no evidence that people who recover from the virus are protected from
The Vanishing Act
"My podcast. Last Friday about Billy falstaff who in nineteen eighty eighty two h eleven vanished in front of twenty. Two adult witnesses turned up fifteen hundred miles away wandering in the Shiloh. National Cemetery in Tennessee E and WHO. I finally tracked down as Drummer for the Union side. During the civil war was killed in the battle of Shiloh in eighteen sixty two. I've I been bombarded with two kinds of emails. Those who were skeptical of the story despite the facts I provided and emails wanting me to investigate a vanishing gene based on personal knowledge will there was one email that caught my attention. It came from the daughter of Karl Hayes Democratic senator from Arizona Zona. It's important to note the senator as passed away at age. Ninety two and nineteen seventy and that in one thousand nine hundred forty. Two is only child. Patricia Hayes was was born and is now seventy seven the absolutely unbelievable incident that she recounted occurred nineteen sixty one she when she was nineteen her father. There was a key figure though out of the picture and her promise not to mention any details of what she had witnessed anyone until fifty years years after his death. Some quick math assured me that indeed it had been fifty years sensors passing the incident though. Incredible in itself is almost overshadowed Out By the length of government dent President John F. Kennedy went through to cover it up. It was a Saturday morning. June nineteen sixty one and senator. Haitian Jason Walking up the steps for his office in the Capitol building because it was a Saturday who's bringing his nineteen year old daughter long and for the most part the steps and surrounding the area was deserted. Halfway up the steps Senator Hayes was approached by a man asking for a handout pattni email so the stranger was ten or twelve feet away hey and two steps below. She said she remembers her father producing a ten dollar bill. Now remember this is nineteen sixty one and the homeless were far less prolific prolific and numbers. Anyway she said the man took two steps up was on the same level as she and her father but still about ten feet away when he stepped forward closing the distance in reached out to take the ten dollar bill he vanished pass says her father was frantic quickly looked around including up in the sky then took her by the hand and together they ran. The remainder of the steps hustled through security and locked the door. Once they were in his office for Father Older explained that he was afraid of laser activity. Remember this was also the Cold War and she was driven to their home by security officer. Pat explained in her initial shaw. Email that although she was really spooked by the event on the Capitol steps. It didn't hit home until her father came home that evening and swore her and her mother her to never speak of the event she ended that first. Email asking me if I would be interested in creating a podcast around the event might response was was a resounding yes but only if there was more than just the event that I needed proof of the abandoned facts invalidated the proof. Her response was that she could provide advance places determined that the banishing did not result from a laser but it would be up to me to validate those events and places probably through the freedom. Him of Information Act okay. I'm game her. Next response. Came in a letter it was short. Lock up the S. T. R. C.. And get back to me with what you found. I've mentioned previous podcasts. That I get some of my research facts for why a that would be freedom of Information Act and they usually. I was fishing for for specific reference. But in this case I requested information on the S. T. R. C.. Forty one days later received a two page response as usual much of the contest was redacted or blacked out in this case. I could tell that names had been blocked out but remained was that S. T. R. C.. Stood for Space Time Research Center. The center's location was blacked out but the date of its defunding enclosure was nineteen ninety ready to research on space and time was enforced by the president. Though I know it was Kennedy by the date has name was redacted in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight. The funding he'd set up ran out and was reappropriated by Congress at the request of the ad see now the Atomic Energy Commission which has been around since nineteen forty six. It was president. Truman that put the commission in private hands rather within keep US operations regulated by the government some earlier research on another story revealed the ADC had ties to area. Fifty one. But that's the side from the documents of the I. A. Showed Space Time Research Center was under the umbrella of the T. S. slash. Sei c-i-s a top secret label. That was as need to know as it gets from all this I knew for sure that the S. T. R. C. Did exist and that it conducted research into space and time and that it was all top secret but it lost his funding and was closed down in nineteen ninety two. What I wanted to know was what the S. T. R. C.? Discovered if anything from the research so I asked promised I sent the result of my findings through the freedom of information at indeed showed the. Start was a real place. I asked Patricia Hayes and a letter for the next x bit of information that would lead me to the conclusion reached by the SDR see. Here's the kicker I never heard back from Patricia Hayes. And here's the strange inge part. I found after a little research there was no. US Senator Carl Hayes a Democrat from Arizona. Therefore no Patricia Hayes the email wherever she was she used got no response and when I called the number that showed up when we talked by phone it had been disconnected. But someone out there wanting to research the S. T. R. C.. When I mailed the freedom of Information Act with specific reference to the SDR are seat? I did get a response. So was a story. She told me about the man vanishing fabricated like her identity and simply a ruse to gap to inquire into the existence of the TRC. I I don't know this story left me with more questions to be sure than
"forty one day" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Writer for the first time since we stand for twelve last season the top several remain the same at the latest college football playoff rankings undefeated LOC was number one undefeated Ohio state a few other vehicle accident rate no one was more to add for Alabama remains at five followed by war getting you over the age of once once a night following their win over Baylor bears rapport spot the fourteenth this restated go to market Giorgio says he expects to be the sport said Roach their season Michigan state for the six two one five in the big ten coming up the forty four point loss to Michigan a lot the war was the pelicans twice the Blazers one fifteen one oh four Carmelo Anthony lake is forty one day deal we started scored ten points along with four rebounds from yellow on how we felt on his first game back just over a year from the NBA for real if the data Lillard missed his first game of the season with back spasms all the states and states seven game slide defeating the Grizzlies one fourteen of ninety five in Memphis Alex towards twenty nine points and eight rebounds college basketball number seven Virginia survives is here eight sixty one of fifty five.
"forty one day" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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"forty one day" Discussed on Courageously Go
"Would really while we have you know this is the show goes by so quick i would love love to talk about how men applause can't can't affect are are health i myself i'm fifty two and a half years old right now and i just i don't mind telling the world i just i just went through it this past year in in in so now and i've noticed i have put on some weight i've noticed some some subtle changes although i'm still pretty healthy but i'd love to address that like what what can we expect as we approach made a pause and even after you know we we go through through the change of life i mean how does that affect are wait in are are are are emotional health i think that's a topic that a lot of us are dealing with right now out there yet absolutely an eye on right there with you in august oh we i'm sorry i'm i'm gonna be fifty three in september so were super khloe we are very good yeah it's no wonder we we get along so great all right it's yeah it's funny she has this is such a it's it's meant pause is thought of on women has a very negative thing in say what i do is i try to start with the mind and i refrain dean menopausal time period as we are going to changes but were were letting go of obviously the minstrel cycle which is a blessing in some ways right you don't do that anymore but they're taking on some other things in their bodies changing gang and you know obviously were losing you know they estrogen in were having some of the night sweats or having hormonal changes andy stress and people even find it their hair changes band it is a little bit more difficult to keep the weight off as a hormonal changes are happening so one thing i really recommend for all women going through it is just keep up with here you're lab work you're bloodwork become there's so many things that can really healthy right now on menopausal women tend to be a lot of people actually do tend to be very low and vitamin d three b twelve 'em so i i have people go and check that because those are things that are really good conduit for other vitamins the minerals to be absorbed it makes you feel better and be twelve definitely with energy so those are two things just keep up with elaborate really keep up with their thyroid also because of the few minutes caused a lot of women are also finding that they're testing differently currently with their tirade someone summer moving into that hypo phase which is where we do gain more weight metabolism and your thyroid is a little sluggish so there's ways to look at that and whether people choose to go on medication or try to solve it through supplementation tation near there's just some choices even least can have a choice you don't feel like you're so law and you don't feel like why is this happening but the number one thing you can do is to really pay attention to to self care they can eating well in south carolina are eating is part of that to filling your body with the most nutritious food that you can fill your body with we have a lot of cravings during this time and it is normal you're not and you feel like you're going crazy but it's very normal during this time they have different changes we want a lot of cardi sugary fatty foods but if you really watch the nutrition and keep they've got clean it really helps out a lot of those and sounds 'em i found when i wasn't eating well and i was having alcohol on a regular basis the night much worse with me in my clients and this is a personal journey i have no problem telling people that i had gone through the emotional eating i've got the cravings i've gone through discovering whether i should have one you're not in my diet you know just there's lots and i've gone through that i try to help clients understand that he may have to change some things but you confined better things yourself in alcohol is an issue for women come near forty fifth if he's going to period and then a pause and applause it's something that i've watched is a trend that really does affect a lot of things we use it to discuss so let's talk about distressing in differently exercise even if you cannot get a good sweat on an did get some exercise in walking your steps everyday and you can get that easily from going from a parking lot thought that maybe be a little further away walking around the building you work in walking with their kids that is one way to release stress and also lowers your blood sugar circulation going drinking tons of water is an easy way in free see the drink tons of water i do have people at the title look it drinking out of grass or on the stainless steel because classic could possibly be affecting are hormones 'em self care getting that bath in i'm getting a little meditation in a quiet time i think meditation is really difficult for some people to harass because they think they have to sit in you know be indian style or you know whatever you call it now crisscross applesauce style and have your hands out into own but then it means being quiet andy on just means taking yourself down a notch and letting yourself breathe and not be responsible for anything for five or ten minutes we're so responsible for everything kids work house be responsible just sheer heart for a moment and take it down and so there's there's some suggestions there's so much more that we can get into but if you find something you love it you can take yourself away for ten minutes just do it breathing the problem is we sometimes these eating as art take away we have to think about being careful with yeah you know i i love all those ideas i think they're all great suggestions kim in the last couple years my husband and i we we we found this wonderful program offered by deepak chopra and oprah winfrey free is this like twentyone they offer free you're forty one day meditation programs that you could download the app and i tell you what it's really helped me just get in the habit of meditating and it's such a great way to start the day i'm i'm glad you said that it has that is a great program in there's also apps like calm in these tickets started so they is much technology we would love to take it out of the equation andy that's another thing she morning and evening routines on setting yourself up for success but yeah there's out there there's an app for that so it's great yeah by the nowadays there's so many great tool so that can help us and even just you know kind of make it fun with you counting are steps that could be kind of fun especially if you're colleagues and friends and have a friendly carpet right it's like a game i think it is me every day today as head of housing in man end out and it's fun because my my clients gonna send me their numbers andy said you want to plug really quick so you're book has on that is also part of reducing stress is win women could start third day in a very calm loving way to themselves you know have some water if you like coffee have you're copy i always recommend the water first hydrate 'cause that gives us a little more energy right away but then if you can give yourself any amount of time to do some devotions creature morning prayer book from debbie i mean they are you know nice idea and just start truth day on a positive note and with intention sometimes when we start with an intention we include are cells in intention on it's not selfish just making sure that you were still in you're upset you are so ready to the world hold an eighteen give what you need take as acting you've taken care of yourselves first yeah well all all great stuff kim i thank you for joining us again in in i think you know they will will just you'll have to stay in touch i know we will in in i just wish you a wonderful rest of can't believe were already halfway into two thousand nineteen and keep up all the good work that you're doing helping helping people live healthier live that's a great calling so i i wish you much success in thank you again for joining us and and will be sure you know when the show when when it's available all i always type up some some notes about the show on my website on courageously go dot com and will be sure the people know how to how to reach you and work with you and you've just been a delight so thank you so much have a wonderful wonderful summer thank you daddy man i love that if i own that you have they great on wonderful message her when we need it that thank you so much that means a lot to me thank you kim in everyone out there i appreciate you joining us today it it means a lot to be on this journey with all view again my name is debbie dipietro in i in the author of short morning prayers a collection of heartfelt prior to start your day available on amazon dot com cracker barrel store stein mart store barnes and noble and other various bookstores and.
"forty one day" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Chatsworth may have spent several days home alone after their parents died in parent murder-suicide police made a welfare check yesterday and took the children to a hospital that neighbors say they had been concerned since Wednesday night when they heard popping noises and abra who care for the children before they went to the hospital says the baby was barely breathing and the toddler was hungry and thirsty. Police say it appears the father killed the mother than himself news brought to you by excel dot com. A former white supremacist says the recent surge of hate flyers in orange. County is just a cleaner version of the same old racist message. This man was affiliated with the area and brotherhood and can't be identified for safety reasons. But he says the white Dimity and white pride flyers. Spreading OC. Eventually turns into what he was taught defeated hate to hate every everything that wasn't a life. You everything wasn't why he says the hate spreads faster with social media. But also Trump in office, and that kind of thing there's there's the media's during it up their stirs up, and it makes it that much easier for people to want to join it. He says the groups are looking for broken young people who believe other races are to blame for where they are in life in Orange County corporate Carson caffeine. Some people say oil companies have been gouging drivers in so Cal because he were watchdog president Jimmy court says the gas tax is not the only thing to blame for the increase in gas prices. So when you see a consistent, seventy cents gap, you know, that's thirty cents gouging. At least when you see a dollar gap, which is more of what we're facing about right now with the rest of America. There's a lot of gouging going on drivers you're paying the highest per gallon for gasoline. Gene. In nearly four years, of course, as the oil companies use the excuse of refinery issues to justify that bump in prices under review of CDC, data shows members of the military drink more alcohol than workers in any other industry events. Also found that US troops binge. Drink more having at least four or five boozy beverages day in one sitting at least forty one days a year other hard-drinking workers included miners and construction workers pretty sure journalists were on that list somewhere as well. There's a stall in Sherman oaks on the one on one. That's on the southbound.
"forty one day" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"A little I thought he was just going to bust into the room. Suddenly, no, boys. Hi there boys, boys. There's another way I thought I could make it interesting. How's that? Well, staring at all, right. We have the sound Bank. There's a few sounds that. I have of Robbins. Okay. So all go with this computer version of Scott Robbins Howard Schultz is talking about running for president of former CEO of Starbucks. I'm scared. I know right. Because it's it's weird. He says, he's a centrist. But he's really not. I mean, he's he's maybe a centrist democrat or a, quote, unquote, conservative democrat, which is not really all that much of a thing anymore. If you judging by the media coverage here, right? Did you see the article though, computer Scott Robbins, did you see the article in the Daily Beast saying that the real problem is that Starbucks music selection at one point was to white what is wrong with you? That's what I say. Yeah. Daily beast. That was ridiculous. Yeah. I think he agrees with that. Yeah. Some news. I think computer Scott might like. Is well you have John Podesta the old campaign, chairman of the Hillary Clinton campaign. He was on CNN last night. He says, no, no, no Hillary Clinton is not running for president. Because once again this week. You know, the word came out what she has said. First of all, I love her. I wish he was president. I've got three million more votes than Donald Trump. Did she would have been great president? But she says she's not running for president. I think this media catnip. What's your take Scott shut up, man? Okay. Province's spoken. Okay. Is way easier than having this studio. I gotta be honest. So Chris, it's very it's just right to the point footloose and fancy free out there in new just letting the wind blow through your hair. Well, that seems just out of context. I don't know where that came from. Then you have this story out of Martin county Florida guy named Matthew crawl was arrested for having ninety two grams of heroin now if that were heroin that would be worth more than eighteen grand on the street. The problem was it was laundry detergent, he was sleeping in advance. In a van he admitted he might have had a sip or two of the Budweiser on ashes great deputy. Then you've got deputy Stephen O'Leary coming up to him and searching his van he found the laundry detergent, which was in a plastic bag and claimed that it tested positive for heroin three hauls them off to jail spent forty one days in jail before the county found out the deputy in this case had falsified the test at a done the same thing to at least ten other people while badges that cool. No, it's not cool. Yeah. I agree. Computer, scott. Now, Matthew crawl talked with CBS twelve and WBZ TV about what he's been through. Because the guy spent somewhere around he spent forty one days in jail. Before they found out that this wasn't real that it was just laundry detergent, you have to be kidding me. I'm not kidding you forty-one days. Okay. Computers gets take a little bit of a break. I second because we want to hear from the Senator guy. Okay. Ninety two grams of my door, and that's what I was mostly charged for trafficking of I just looked at a baffled and confused is no idea as to where ninety two grams of heroin would've would've game show me a picture of the field test kit. They he supposedly conducted on his phone. You never actually showed me the field. Just get in the bathroom that have gone to jail. It's it's been something.
'Missed you guys': Sanders gives first WH briefing in 41 days
"The White House holding its first press briefing of twenty nineteen and it's the first one in forty one days, the topic of border wall security in the president's plan going forward. USA radio's Timberg now with what Sarah Huckabee Sanders has to say White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, held her first press briefing in two thousand nineteen among the things discussed negotiations over border security over the next three weeks. Let's get it done. The presence opened the government on the basis that Democrats have signaled to us that they're willing to actually get serious about a real deal and get serious about fixing the problem at the border, including funding for border wall.
"forty one day" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"People are wrong traffic and Matt bear on the five in the WIBC traffic center. What's going on well on north west side? Just shut down old northbound sixty five all lanes. Once again, this is right before the dogleg. This is so crews can fish vehicle out of the median, according to Brad maushire tad. Wish TV thank you for that bread. But hopefully, it's just going to be a temporary closures negative is going to be a brief closure. Obviously it's going to be temporary. But right now, we're backed up all the way the seventy first street, and there you have it. That's reroute. Seventy I four sixty five to eight sixty five go west young, man. And then he can pick up northbound sixty five from there. You can also take Lafayette road. If that's your thing. But again, northbound sixty five all lanes closed just shy of the dog lake traffic sponsored by Zerorez. Get three rooms of carpet. Zerorez super clean before the holidays for only one hundred thirty nine dollars book online Zerorez indeed dot com. Orca three eight eight fifty one forty one day I'm bear with traffic on the fives. Follow us on Twitter at WABC traffic. Is going to start off with a little bit of chill. Thirty nine degrees in the American standard heating weather center. A high of fifty four today and oh children mine kinder- right now. Halloween looks like rain. It's all right. It's all right. Listen, listen Doria. If it does rain Halloween, your parents are just going to give you all the candy in the house and look the other way, candy and play fortnight. It's going to be cool. It's gonna be cool. You know, what we call that call that a Kurt Gerald's Friday night as a millennial Kurt Friday night. And so he does his face of candy in place for night. Sad. Really sad time right now is.
"forty one day" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Hurricane Florence downgraded late Thursday to now a category. One storm as the North Carolina coast was battered by hurricane force winds and life, threatening storm surges state officials are still bracing for the worst. But it has dropped dramatically. Let's keep up with our intention prayers. Maybe we can slow this down even more Brad Jensen. Of course is a reporter for our Philly at WBZ t in Charlotte, North Carolina. He's in the thick of things right now. Brad, can you describe the scene for us? Yeah. Right now, it's the eye of the hurricane is still some forty five miles off the coast of Wilmington, North Carolina. And it's it's moving basically due west at this point. And the winds sustained winds right now, I'm not sure we are about baby two miles inland and sustained winds right now consistently are right around forty five and or get gusts right up to about sixty five right now, and it's been raining nonstop for about twelve hours now, and because it is a slow moving hurricane extremely slow going moving up five miles an hour, which most hurricanes are triple quadruple that that's that's the problem has everyone nervous here. And they think there's going to be minimum twenty inches of rain and up to thirty inches of rain. If there's just keeps that it's pace. That's what's got concerns about the rain. Well, let's hope it just keeps dying down. But you're right. The slower hurricane moves. The more water it brings in correct? And you know, and not only that. But then you have the more you have to deal with hurricane-force winds. And you know, that's the big thing right now is like, okay. Yeah. The wind, but because it's so slow in moving. You also have the storm surge it as we speak. Hi tide is sitting right now, and they're talking about up to twelve thirteen feet of storm surge. And that's what really does most of the damage is storm surge, then all the flooding because with thanks Brad. Brad chance at from our affiliate W BT in Charlotte, North Carolina, keep up the intention prayers. Let's slow this thing down. Look, we're not going to get credit for if we do stop it. But you know, what it's worth it. President Donald Trump accused Democrats of inflating the three thousand person death count from last year's hurricanes in Puerto Rico in order to quote, make me look bad on quote, the accusation by. Mr. Trump's latest attempt to defend his handling of natural disasters as hurricane Florence bears down on the southeastern US at appear tweets. Here we go again, President Trump disputed an independent report commissioned by Puerto Rico's government that raised the death toll from hurricane Maria to twenty nine hundred seventy five Howard bloom is with us. I asked them to work on this story force. Our have one quick question for you before we get to your report, they did come out with a report originally and about sixteen plus people had died from the hurricanes and then they inflated to twenty nine seventy five that's a huge jump. Why? The disparity, well, it's a huge jump. But. Okay. So earlier today Donald Trump as you said tweeted that three thousand people did not I in the two hurricanes hit Puerto Rico, and he throughout the figures of six to eighteen deaths. And then he blames the three thousand figure on the Democrats. So the question is are Trump's figures and his claims about a democratic conspiracy against him. Correct. And you have to judge for yourself. Here are the basic facts hurricane Maria hippos Rico a year ago. I'm some twentieth. Two thousand seventeen and it was devastating. According to a Harvard University study of three thousand two hundred ninety nine homes. The average household survey when approximately forty one days without cell phone service, sixty eight days without water sixty eight days without water. This was a category four when it hit. Right. And so they went eighty four days without electricity and some of these homes three percent of surveyed households never got their electricity back during the course of a survey. And in fact, depending on what publication you look at people. Either went for almost a year without electricity or are still going without electricity. So Harvard press release on its mortality study points off to the problems have been particularly deadly for citizens with chronic illnesses. Now, I know that sort of Ellis, George, you know, that I was in bed for fifteen years. Yup. With chronic fatigue syndrome, biometric encephalitis, my elitest, and that means I have to take three. Medications a day and intramuscular injection every morning and without those medications, I could well be dead. And there was no access to medications for many many people. So living conditions have been inconceivably primitive for nearly a year. But how many Puerto Ricans have died because of the hurricanes wreckage of Puerto Rico's infrastructure that lack of electricity that lack of water. The first figure issued island issue downloads after toll of hurricane Maria came from Puerto Rico safety director, Hector MP square who said at least six people have died later, the number was increased the sixty four but Puerto Rico's governor is an MIT graduate and a biomedical engineer who wants one and international mathematical Olympia, he's no dummy. So he wanted a scientific study to determine just how many people were killed by hurricane Maria destruction of infrastructure and disruption of medical services and by the bumbling fumbling restoration of the island..
"forty one day" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"It's friday july thirteenth this is the glenn beck program pat have you watched the video american standoff no is that the i think i heard you playing it though the other day about the bundy's about the bundy's and the hammond and it shows that the hammonds you know they got a call from the bundy's and the bunny said we're gonna come up and they were completely different approaches the hammonds were advised by the bundy's don't surrender don't give yourself up and they're like bell we're law abiding citizens if we go to jail then we're just gonna have to pray that the president will see the error of his ways and he'll pardon us and the bundy's said no we've gotta have it armed standoff and they changed the deal at the end the hammonds weren't really involved in that that forty one day standoff it was just the bundy's and others that they had convinced really and if you watch american standoff easy just google it american standoff it is really worth watching because you'll see some really good ranchers go down and make the wrong decisions but then you'll also see some ranchers that you're like okay you know i think he has a point you'll see the sheriff who is man made out to be a bad guy who turns out looks like a pretty good guy to me and then you're going to see a family that is just this family of a singing family and they were supposed to go up and sing to you know a bunch of people at the standoff or someplace and they were gonna go meet the sheriff and they travel up and there in oregon and they're stopped by a cop and the guy who's driving not a family member guy who's driving he says look you can't stop us we have a right and we have an appointment with the sheriff we're going to go see the sheriff you're going to have to shoot us you know to stop us and and it's a standoff very tense and it's all from their videophone there from video from their phones the kids in the car and and he's very provocative but the police are driver was the driver but the police are too so he says look i'm driving away and i'm going to the sheriff's office you can't stop us i i'm going to the sheriff you can follow me but i have a right on this road so he's driving and they they follow him but aren't aggressive and then there's a roadblock he goes off to the side of the road and they're shooting at him as he's approaching this roadblock because he's not going to stop they're shooting at him he gets out of the car he's unarmed yes his hands up and he's still being aggressive or stupid but he saying you're going to have to shoot me because we're going you're going to end they shoot him and you see it and that's the one that was killed yeah that's and and then you see them shooting at these kids in the car the fbi agents shooting at the kids in the car and it is it's hard to find a good person in this it's really hard to find a good person because the guy who's driving the car nobody with any kind of common sense is doing that with a car load of kids however what the hell is the fbi doing yeah i mean it's just it's really out of control really out of control and there's there's been several of those instances we know about ruby ridge you know the the waco incident i mean did they really need to act as aggressively as they did in any of those no no no no it's it's it's quite remarkable so i'm glad that the hammonds have been pardoned by the president i said yeah that's it was the driver wasn't with the hammonds though no the guy driving to the sheriff's office he was not family no all right what else do we have here pat emmy nominations came out yesterday the emmy nominee emmy nominations ally can't win this kind of interesting because for the first time in seventeen years hbo didn't get the most nominations net flicks did one hundred hundred twelve wow compared to one hundred and eight for hbo when you think about net flicks and its humble little beginnings you know as as blockbuster in hollywood video competition where you were sitting you remember you had to send the you sent the.
"forty one day" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"It's friday july thirteenth this is the glenn beck program pat have you watched the video american standoff no is that the i think i heard you playing it though the other day we got the one about the bundy's about the bundy's and the hammond and it shows that the hammonds you know they got a call from the bundy's and the bunny said we're gonna come up and they were completely different approaches the hammonds were advised by the bundy's don't surrender don't give yourself up and they're like bell we're law abiding citizens if we go to jail then we're just gonna have to pray that the president will see the error of his ways and he'll pardon us and the bundy's said no we've got to have it armed standoff and they changed the deal at the end the hammonds weren't really involved in that that forty one day standoff it was just the bundy's and others that they had convinced really if you watch american standoff you you just google it american standoff it is really worth watching because you'll see some really good ranchers go down and make the wrong decisions but then you'll also see some ranchers that you're like okay you know i think he has a point you'll see the sheriff who is men made out to be a bad guy who turns out looks like a pretty good guy to me and then you're going to see a family that is just this family of a singing family and they were supposed to go up and sing to you know a a bunch of people at the standoff or someplace and they were gonna go meet the sheriff and they travel up there in oregon and they're stopped by a cop and the guy who's driving not a family member guy who's driving he says look you can't stop us we have a right and we have an appointment with the sheriff we're going to go see the sheriff you're going to have to shoot us you know to stop us and and it's a standoff very tense and it's all from their videophone there from video from their phones the kids in the car and and he's very provocative but the police are driver was the driver but the police are too so he says look i'm driving away and i'm going to the sheriff's office you can't stop us i i'm going to the sheriff you can follow me but i have a right on this road so he's driving and they they follow him but aren't aggressive and then there's a roadblock he goes off to the side of the road and they're shooting at him as he's approaching this roadblock because he's not going to stop they're shooting at him he gets out of the car is unarmed he has his hands up and he's still being aggressive or stupid but he's saying you're going to have to shoot me because we're going you're going to end they shoot him and you see it and that's the one that was killed yeah that's and and then you see them shooting at these kids in the car the fbi agents shooting at the kids in the car and it is it's hard to find a good person in this it's really hard to find a good person because the guy who's driving the car nobody with any kind of common sense is doing that with a carload of kids however what the hell is the fbi doing yeah i mean it's just it's really out of control really out of control and there's there's been several of those instances we know about ruby ridge you know the the waco incident i mean did they really need to act as aggressively as they.
"forty one day" Discussed on 600 WREC
"It's friday july thirteenth this is the glenn beck program pat have you watched the video american standoff no is that the i think i heard you played it though the other day we got the one about the bundy's yeah about the bundy's and the hammond and it shows that the hammonds you know they got a call from the bundy's and the bunny said we're gonna come up and they were completely different approaches the hammonds were advised by the bundy's don't surrender don't give yourself up and they're like no we're law abiding citizens if we go to jail then we're just gonna have to pray that the president will see the error of his ways and he'll pardon us and the bundy's said no we've got to have an armed standoff and they changed the deal at the end the hammonds weren't really involved in that that forty one day standoff it was just the bundy's and others that they had convinced really if you watch american standoff you just google it american standoff it is really worth watching because you'll see some really good ranchers go down and make the wrong decisions but then you'll also see some ranchers that you're like you know i think he has a point you'll see the sheriff who is men made out to be a bad guy who turns out looks like a pretty good guy to me and then you're going to see a family that is just this family of a singing family and they were supposed to go up and sing to you know a a bunch of people at the standoff or someplace and they were going to go meet the sheriff and they travel up and there in oregon and they're stopped by a cop and the guy who's driving not a family member guy who's driving he says look you can't stop us we have a right and we have an appointment with the sheriff we're going to go see the sheriff you're going to have to shoot us you know to stop us and and it's a standoff very tense and it's all from their videophone there from video from their phones the kids in the car and and he's very provocative but the police are driver was the driver but the police are too so he says look i'm driving away and i'm going to the sheriff's office you can't stop us i i'm going to the sheriff you can follow me but i have a right on this road so he's driving and they they follow him but aren't aggressive and then there's a roadblock he goes off to the side of the road and they're shooting at him as he's approaching this roadblock because he's not gonna stop there shooting at him he gets out of the car he's unarmed he has his hands up and he's still being aggressive or stupid but he saying you're going to have to shoot me because we're going you're going to have and they shoot him and you see it and that's the one that was killed yeah that's and then you see them shooting at these kids in the car the fbi agents shooting at the kids in the car and it is it's hard to find a good person in this it's really hard to find a good person because the guy who's driving the car nobody with any kind of common sense is doing that with a car load of kids however what the hell is the fbi doing yeah i mean it's just it's really out of control really out of control and there's there's been several of those instances we know about ruby ridge you know the the waco incident i mean did they really need to act as aggressively as they did in any of those no no no no it's it's it's quite remarkable so i'm glad that the hammonds have been pardoned by the president i said yeah that's it was the driver wasn't with the hammonds though no the guy drive into the sheriff's office no he was not part of the family no all right what else do we have here emmy nominations came out yesterday oh the the emmy nominee emmy nominations i can't wait is this kind of interesting because for the first time in seventeen years hbo didn't get the most nominations netflix did one hundred hundred and twelve wow compared to one hundred and eight for hbo when you think about net flicks and its humble little beginnings you know as as blockbuster in hollywood video competition where you were sitting you remember you had to send the.
"forty one day" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Anywhere between thirteen and twenty one days to establish that parents are in fact the parents of their children the second thing he wants are really exact reasons for why the government would not be able to reunify some of these children under five the so far the government is really used generalized reasons and the judge says he wants specific examples and different ways to tackle the situation of reunifying those particular children the final thing that he wants his essentially for the government to stop giving excuses for why they can't work together now he didn't say it that bluntly told the government quote they have an effective obligation to reunify quickly and safely these families she said the judge asked for reasons what reasons has the government given for their inability to do this part of its dna testing the only thing that the federal government aside a lot of is that it takes a long time for them to vet that these families which they separated are indeed actually related that some of these people who are claiming to be minors are are actually minors the government is given a whole host of reasons and they've said that there are regulations in health and human services that require inspections and investigations of these parents before they can then turn the kids back over to them the judge says that yes some of the those regulations exist but in this particular case this is such an extraordinary case and it's a case of the government's on making that that type of due diligence is not needed the aclu brought this case how did those lawyers reacted the judge's decision today they actually seem very happy that this is moving forward in the way it is legal irt is the lead attorney for the aclu and as you said they brought this suit and it was ari for case that existed before zero tolerance so the government has been doing this with asylumseekers according to the aclu sued for almost a year and a half now and here's what legal lert said about the judge's ruling today we were extremely pleased with the court's ruling today the court made clear that the government should not use a cumbersome lengthy reunification process that they should streamline the process so they can meet the deadlines that was one major dispute between the parties today and now there were more than sixty kids scheduled to be reunited with their parents today government attorneys say some already have been where does this go from here well there are two things that happens i at the end of this month there is a big deadline to reunify all the other children and we're talking thousands of children and there are many more complications with those cases because these are older kids some of them might have been trafficked some of them might not have actually been with family members that's going to be really important that the government be able to act quickly in those cases indeterminate which they've been unable to do in our i just wanna leave you with this there is the story of a three year old who has been separated from their family as of yesterday the government said well we can't determine who the parents are today the government said actually this three year old might be a united states citizen so in this one case with this one toddler it's very clear that the government has not only not been able to keep track of the families that they've separated but can't even tell which of these children might indeed actually be us citizens wow that's k q itit's johnson in san diego thank you thank you president trump has pardoned to oregon cattle ranchers whose criminal case inspired a forty one day antigovernment occupation of a federal wildlife refuge back in two thousand sixteen the two ranchers are dwight hammond and his son steven hammond the trump white house says the obama administration had been quote overzealous in going after the hammonds for arson back in two thousand twelve here to talk about the implications of their pardon is npr's kirk siegler hey kirk low elsa so can you just first start off by telling us a little more about the hammonds and why was their case so significant so the hammonds depending on who you ask are either victims of an overreaching federal government or their these scofflaw ranchers who repeatedly tested the patience of federal land managers when it came to rules and regulations and cattlegrazing on public land over the course of the.
"forty one day" Discussed on KQED Radio
"President trump has pardoned hsen ship boxer a conservative former arizona sheriff a right wing author and others last month he said there will be more pardons coming today we found out about two more and it was a controversial decision once again john yang has that story judy the pardons went to to oregon cattle ranchers dwight hammond and his son steven they had a long running dispute with the federal bureau of land management over control of public properties are joining their ranch and had been convicted of arson on public lands the obama justice department thought the original sentence was too light and appealed today the white house said that was overzealous and unjust their case sparked a forty one day occupation of a national wildlife refuge in early twenty sixteen the news hours pj toby is here to give us some context and all of this so pj tell us more about who the hammons are and how they ended up going to prison the hayman's are cattle ranching family in southeast oregon who have fought the federal government for decades over land use issue especially using public federal lands that adjoined their own private properties in two thousand twelve there were convicted for multiple counts of arsons on federal property the the ham and say they were lighting the fires as a way of clearing rush to prevent bigger fires the federal government say it was a way of intimidating the bureau of land management and sort of imposing their own control on the land around which they sit one of the blazers they lit turned into one hundred and thirty nine acre wildfire and then how did this lead to the takeover of the wildlife refuge in two thousand sixteen and really infamous standoff so a separate group of ranchers from nevada the bundy family heard about the hammonds problems with the bureau of land management and immediately started their own campaign on social media that led to a protest on the ground in oregon then the bundy's called armed militia to the region they all took over the malheur wildlife refuge it was a six week standoff and it ended with a man getting with a car chase and a gunfight and being killed by oregon state troopers and the hammonds as we should point out said they had no connection to the militia groups but how were those groups reacting to today's pardons they're ecstatic if the that i spoke to today and if you just go to the facebook postings of these groups there's high praise for president trump thank you sir prayers answer and all that this really comes at a time when the militia movement in america is looking for a boogeyman right they were energized by president obama who who they hated and thought was going to steal their guns they love president trump roger stone a close advisor of the president has spoken at fundraisers for the bundy families and so they're they're they're looking for a bad guy they take this however these pardons were meant to be received they take this as a signal that president trump is still fighting for them and they want to show that they're fighting for president trump people who watch these groups like myself are looking to see what the next chapter of that fight might be pj toby thank you very much thanks john.
"forty one day" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Out there because guys ladies just do their own thing democrats don't think like that they have a collective identity victimhood and they'll act together in unison it is very rare for the dnc to do something like file this lawsuit last week and immediately for prominent democrats that come out and say it was a dumb idea why because folks there between the proverbial rock and the hard place they have nowhere to go the was going to come out and show there was no intel the lawsuit is the only way by the way the pressure to get the servers out there they have nothing else to do the case is falling apart the only way for the democrats by the way you're hearing it here i they will drop this lawsuit you heard it here first market ten forty am eastern time what's today's date monday april twenty third it is and when will they drop this lawsuit they will ride this thing out for as long as they can to the midterms to keep pressure on the collusion narrative that's falling apart we're taking a note of the time here and then the minute the discovery phase of this starts where they get to get hold of the the the people are being sued trump team the republicans the minute the discovery phase where they get to take a look at these servers the democrats will drop the case mark it down ten forty one day will never let the republicans do this now you may say what's the rock what's the hard place the hard place is okay if we filed this lawsuit against the republicans about russian collusion you realize at some point we're going to have to turn over the servers or show some evidence that our servers were hacked people sitting around this table joe or saying what they weren't hacked what are we going to do or that wasn't the hack that led to the emails being exposed right.
"forty one day" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"In the highlight reel at coast to coast am dot com a strange sea creature washes ashore on the georgia beach a voter discovered this very strange creature it looks like a dinosaur a please ius or you know the long neck little flippers it's really weird what else is strange these days let's check in with dr sky stephen cates for his weekly astronomical report steven what do we have outdoor hey exciting things we begin of course by talking about the sun once again the life giver of the entire solar system at least here on the earth particularly so far george this year we've had forty one days of a spotless son and astronomers and astro physicist are telling us to pay attention so they're cycle twenty five five the next cycle begins in two thousand nineteen in the last twenty thirty and what we're what they're saying is kind of interesting here solar cycle twenty four was actually the lowest in numbers of sunspots and solar activity in a hundred years we may be going back to something not to alarm people like the mound or minimum which occurred directing around sixteen forty two seventeen fifteen but simply the here's the analysis that many of the climatologist or even talking about less sunspots indicate naturally cooler weather to them more sunspots warmer weather we'll have to see what happens but something else george that happens right now around the earth when we experience of solar minimum is this amazing set of particles that come from space the neutrinos and heavy particles energized from solar explosions out in the universe coal cosmic rays and strong numbers are looking at this possibility we've heard so much about recent seismic activity around the world and they're saying it could be this needs more study that there's a definitive that is affect on the earth with the increase amount of cosmic rays on the earth's magma deep inside the earth simply this more volcanic activity and more potential earthquakes how sad we wrap it up with the live sky folks here's something amazing look to the west just after sunset the beautiful.
"forty one day" Discussed on WLAC
"The lat to end w uh well you're as crazy the asked nashville owner go the ahead place and load up for the team rush hannity and they could and move wants to baltimore to use two now that's what i think that is a unbelievable disaster of a move to go get a guard and point they day one of w go overall pick what if they see him as a tackle well i don't i don't agree with making first of all if you see somebody as a guard as sorry as a tackle and they did and they didn't play tackle in college then i find that too i i don't like that move at all like if if he's that good of a tackle that he should have been playing tackle at notre dame like it doesn't make any sense at all to me that you would draft somebody at gourd and say we're we're gonna move into tackle like does notredame have the greatest offensive line in the history of mankind i know they were good but i saw get be forty one day by notredame if a by miami or whatever the heck it wasn't it was forty one day if they have the best offensive line history man china they have a guy who's so good plane guard that you can draft him in the nfl and move him to tackle then that's like the greatest off into the line in the history of college football if you've got a guy who's so good at your you're so stock that tackle that you've got a number three overall pick plane guard who in nfl team wants to move the tackle no you go get sake one barkley if you can't that's the difference maker and and i don't think that the the decision to go draft a new guard what did the colts need a better offensive line yes but i think that the question is more about the colts what's going to happen with andrew lock where did he go to like.
"forty one day" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront
"Is no evidence that anyone in the intelligence community is out to get the president or surveilling the president now there is there have been stories that that donald trump in the past as recorded conversations before he was president so you can't rule it out but to your point about the cost here is not just the cost to the taxpayers at the cost of what he has done to washington we have been brought to a grinding halt not able to work on the issues that people have send us your four round jobs healthcare and you know the dreams they have for their kids education and that i think is the biggest whole so it's been forty one days forty one days congressman sense the president's initial tweet suggestion when he put tapes in quotes right talking about jim colmey forty one days later he admits he doesn't have anything to the white house today you heard the deputy press secretary where we heard what she said denying the president was playing a game what do you think he was doing well he was he either had a taping system and we're gonna have to find it or to me it sounds like he was trying to chill or intimidate james comey and what what's remarkable about that is that james told me didn't know either way whether there were tapes and came forward anyway so if there were tapes and he told ally to congress he risked perjury and so i think that goes to show just how believable and how credible james comey's testimony was which is very damaging for the president so i just wanna play clip from that because the president's initial tweet about there being tapes was the reason that james comey said he decide to leak the memos right here's how can we put it in that testimony.