27 Burst results for "Forty Two Days"

CNN Senior Health Editor Maggie Fox on Biden's Vaccine Goals

1A

01:21 min | 6 months ago

CNN Senior Health Editor Maggie Fox on Biden's Vaccine Goals

"Let's bring in one more voice maggie fox. She's a senior health editor with cnn. Maggie welcome hi nice to be with you. The president biden's news conference opened with the bank on december eighth. I indicated that. I hope to get one hundred million shots people's arms in my first one hundred days. We met that goal last week by day. Fifty eight forty two days ahead of schedule now. Today i'm setting the second goal and that is we will buy one hundred office have administered two hundred million shots and people's arms two hundred million shots and one hundred days maggie. This is double his original goal. What do you make this new target while know. It's not a very hard target to hit to be honest jen he. He was already he. The country was already on track to make that goal. It's already well on track to make the goal of two hundred million doses. He's setting the bar right at. What the country's going to hit. Anyway i mean that said it. It's been a terrific takeoff of the vaccine effort. It wasn't clear we were gonna have enough vaccines. They're rolling out a little bit slowly but boy. This is the fastest rollout of any vaccine. That's ever been done in such a short period of time.

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High-Velocity Market Propels Zillow

MarketFoolery

02:29 min | 8 months ago

High-Velocity Market Propels Zillow

"Shares of zillow are up sixteen percent this morning. Sixteen percent on the back of what has been a really good year for zillow stock zillow and red fin which isn't exactly in the same business but it's definitely in the same neighborhood. They have had spectacular spectacular years. And i have to go back. And i hate doing this because i hate giving tom gardner credit. Tom gardner was so early on zillow as being a business. That is that that is well suited to how we're going to be shopping in the future. And they are spot on and you know. They came in with revenues of seven hundred. Eighty nine million dollars. A great geographic dispersion. They've obviously benefited from the in migration. They've obviously benefited from the fact that people are making have really gotten to the point now where they're moving out of cities your they're moving to places more out of desire rather than economic necessity but yeah in always are really really great quarter for them and i think that this is just the beginning for zillow. Certainly the indicated as much in terms of their guidance because their revenue guidance for twenty twenty one was definitely upbeat and that was hot. It was hot and you know the housing market. I mean rich barton was talking about what he referred to as the high velocity market and just one set of numbers around that this past december on average existing home sold in seventeen days and a year prior the average was forty two days da even though huckabee houses in our area getting sold well. And it's you know. I think that this is one more economic data point. That is grist for the mill for people who are banging the drum of the stock market. Being overheated yeah and you know obviously the housing market is not the stock market and vice versa. And yet i can understand particularly for people who are involved in it yeah. I'm sure you know at least a couple of people. We work with a couple of people who are in the process of trying to buy a home and some of the stories. I'm hearing are borderline crazy.

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Protesters Converge on Chicago’s Loop as Extended Stay-at-Home Order Begins

The Morning Show with Orion Samuelson and Max Armstrong

01:26 min | 1 year ago

Protesters Converge on Chicago’s Loop as Extended Stay-at-Home Order Begins

"Hundreds of people in Chicago voice voice their their opposition opposition to to governor governor Pritzker's Pritzker's extended extended stay stay at at home home order order the the largest largest protest protest and and counter counter protest protest in in the the city city was was held held with with the the governor governor starts starts his his day day each each morning morning W. W. chance Kelly Davis reporting from outside the loop stops and center it's been a long show for weeks Brendan Harris is the founder of freedom movement USA the organization plans this protest calling on governor Pritzker to end illinois' stay at home order without forty one forty two days into this they've got no answers no results in either breaking their own policies and procedures hundreds of people packed the sidewalks outside the Thompson center holding signs and waving flags activists argue the governor's lockdown orders have gone too far they're ready to go back to work there are plenty of small business owners they could be operating right now in a safe manner but the governor has kept them close town protesters also showed dozens of cars rolled down Randolph street for a drive by rally they support state leaders are saying it's too soon to reopen the economy it's way too soon to be about re opening I think you know it's very callous position to take I think instead we need to do a lot more to protect one another we need mutual aid and solidarity the rally went on as governor Pritzker gave his daily briefing he says he defends the protesters right to freedom of speech but they're wrong yeah they're just saying open everything up they have some concept that somehow that's going to be safe for everybody

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Congo Was Close to Defeating Ebola. Then One More Case Emerged.

Bob Zadek

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Congo Was Close to Defeating Ebola. Then One More Case Emerged.

"A new case of the Ebola virus has been confirmed in eastern Congo this was just three days before the country expected to declare an end to the outbreak the new case was confirmed in Beni which had been nearly forty two days without a case the whole outbreak has killed more than twenty two hundred sixty people second to the twenty fourteen twenty sixteen outbreak in

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New Ebola case in Congo, days before outbreak's expected end

Hugh Hewitt

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

New Ebola case in Congo, days before outbreak's expected end

"A new case of the of all the virus has been confirmed in eastern Congo just three days before the country expected of Claire and end to the operate the World Health Organization reported Friday the case was confirmed and Betty Hey community that had been an epicenter of the second deadliest Ebola outbreak in history it had been nearly forty two days without a

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"forty two days" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"forty two days" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Democratic nomination my message is simple I am running to beat Donald Trump takeaway the first is you don't get what you don't two hundred and forty two days coast to coast from order to order C. two shiny the final news roundup and information overload our arguments I believe that you try the white tires did you try the white no no personalization what email for my personal business right so we went through a painstaking process and turned over fifty five thousand pages of anything we thought could be work related under the law that decision is made by the official I was the official I made those decisions and as I just said over twelve hundred of the emails have already been deemed not work related all I can tell you is in retrospect find use a government account and I had said you know let's release everything let's let everybody in America see what I did for four years we would have the same argument so that's all I can say hi I'm you know I don't I have no idea that's why we turned it over to you Sir I don't know how it works digitally at all I do not have any I know you want to make a point and I can just repeat what I have said in order to in order to be as cooperative as possible we have turned over the server they can do whatever they want to with the server to figure out what's there what's not there that's for the you know people investigating it to try to figure out but we turned over everything it was work related every single thing personal stuff we did not I have no obligation to do so and did not the laws and regulations in fact when I was secretary of state allowed me to use my email for work that is undisputed it clearly wasn't the best choice and I take responsibility for that decision I thought it would be easier to carry just one device for my work and for my personal emails instead of two iPhone or android by phone okay in full disclosure blackberry and blackberry I have a you know a an I. pad a mini iPad and iPhone and blackberry I believe I have met all of my responsibilities and the server it will remain private in order to be as cooperative as possible we have turned over the server they can do whatever they want to with the server I am confident that I never sent nor received any information was classified at the time it was sent and received so that.

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"forty two days" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

12:06 min | 1 year ago

"forty two days" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Forty two days you the people we the people you are the ultimate jury you will decide if you shock the world again love the numbers that came out of super Tuesday the big untold story as we have been telling you we've got a lot to get to today including I got a deal with the issue of corona but as I know some of you are getting panicked I see it I I can hear it even friends of mine conservatives get all panic worked up and not that you should not always be judicious and cautious and smart and always always you know if you have to make it you always go to the side of caution well you be careful but there's some perspective that is really out of whack here and I I think that first of all we're so lucky to have the greatest world's researcher rob medical researchers and scientists and doctors I mean these people are phenomenal we're so blessed they have done so much made so much progress to prolong life to save people from dying from diseases they would have died of it was that death sentence years ago and the advancement with treatment and heart procedures and and transplants and everything else is the bare mazing people I will get to that perspective today also warn Hillary Clinton will be deposed under oath we have a judge ordering that she must do that with judicial watch in their freedom of information act request we'll check in with Tom Fitton on the latest would that Gregg Jarrett senator Ron Johnson I know they don't want it a lot of things liberals would like you to ignore as it relates to Joe Biden Joe Biden his gaffes Joe Biden with no energy Joe Biden doesn't seem to have the strength the stamina of the accu men even the alertness to be president the toughest job in the world they like you never to talk about that now I think the American people are talking about it whether they like it or not it's not to be a look of this Bernie Sanders is a year older than Joe Biden I'm just trying to be fair here Bernie Sanders doesn't have any problem with stamina or strength or alertness or you know this get these gaffes I mean it's one after another and it just you could see I I just I look at bite when he left office where he is today there's a dramatic difference just an observation I'm Hey look we all age differently is not as not against anybody I don't wish any ill on anybody but we're talking about the most important job the hardest job in the world and we've got a look at everything they don't want to talk about the recent holdings and the real investigation that Ukraine is now conducting we'll get an update on what the Senate is doing senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin joins us today he'll update us on that and I will have the latest on Chuck Schumer I know you know I know that maybe some people are hoping for more dramatic drops in the stock market I know that makes look stock market is always jittery how many times prior do you know to those recent correction and they're all predictable these corrections that I say well that's not my barometer in terms of the health of the economy fundamentals of any economy I find it too speculative for me I think the stock market is fine any good financial adviser they will show you over any period of time that if you don't need the money usually the rule is for ten years it's safe to put it in the market don't think about it don't get excited when it's high don't get too low what if it if it makes an adjustment one of the fundamentals of the economy mold those fundamentals are particularly strong and we just got the latest data updated from December and January also and it is phenomenal there's no there's no the morning this morning's unemployment rate and I know like bill Maher says it probably others think it's just my guess they hate Donald Trump so much they want things to go horribly wrong so that that would result in him losing in two hundred forty two days that's a sad sorry state of affairs how many times I said you name one thing if you want to call in will open online eight hundred nine four one shop one of the Democrats done to keep us more safe and more secure what are they really done a whole lot all right I'll give them credit they funded the monies that the that are going to be necessary for corona all right all right I'll take that thank you and whatever but the president was clear in the beginning and when the president was putting in place a travel ban and instituting a quarantine which hadn't been done for decades what were they doing they're doing their latest which sucks that was the middle of the impeachment first the impeachment urgently needs to be done so we can go on vacation for weeks and then come back and devote the entire month and then stop at the U. S. Senate with the witch hunt trial which had a predetermined outcome well all while ignoring quid pro quo gel which is the again they want to ignore Joe Biden on very small real investigations going on on the gaps that are getting scary reseller revenues that were created by the goal you know the you know the thing my goal you know with the thing the thing you know the thing by go you know the thing thing being god almighty there I believe with every ounce of my being that there is a god that created the heavens and the earth and that you will you Bob magnitude of majesty we can not even begin to comprehend and science shows those universes now that are living within universes within universes seemingly with no way and I mean it just it there's a bank one day and okay just came together perfectly universes within universes in the sun and the stars in the sky is the planets and all just happened no didn't just happen well my my old question is two people that say there's no Goddard made his arm where does the energy come from because the BJP is you have to actually believe that something can come from nothing but I digress so the one thing is they have to go bad for them to win they did so they they want bill Maher's I want a recession wow that's pretty sick right Josh the fed cutting rates now just going to make the next economic downturn worse what's your prediction I've been hoping for a recession people hate me for it but yeah it would get rid of problems so you should make before I mean recessions are really bad people lose their jobs and I know when we should wage war I know but I don't care I hate I hate trump more and it's just like all right the stock market makes a normal correction same thing or you know the stock market's a generally jittery I personally there they can take a leave the stock market been that way have argued with financial advisors for years over this up but it's usually true ten years if you haven't you can touch it leave it then your money will be usually as proven okay gross but if you look at it every day you play it every day forget it you're going to drive yourself nuts that's that's what I believe anyway but now the fundamentals the economy the things that I look at a very different I look at for example this morning we now have the labor department reporting U. S. economy added two hundred and seventy three thousand new jobs for the month of February the unemployment rate went down three point five percent its lowest level in more than fifty years oh boy I where I thought we had corralled in January and all through February will what happened you know this is a certain mindset though actually tell you is that outlook look even if we get to the point I am would kind of bet that there's a lot like H. one N. one is gonna be a pandemic and you know there might be periods of time schools close telemarketing and all that stuff technologies taken so far that's not gonna hurt the economy people traveling less might hurt the airline sector a little bit but it's certainly going to mean people spend more money at home they're not gonna stop spending money they plan on traveling to say Italy and they cancel that vacation they're probably going to go to Florida or California or New York or wherever the traveling till I advise against New York just a thought but it was two hundred seventy three thousand new jobs the lowest unemployment in fifty years the best month since may of twenty eighteen January and February gains for the unemployment rate the best since may of twenty eighteen a condom is surveyed by Dow Jones they had been looking for payroll growth at a hundred and seventy five thousand and a three point five percent job level well they exceeded that by ninety eight thousand average hourly earnings up three percent over the past year in line with really healthy economic metrics average work week considered a key measure of productivity that's up sick you know the thirty four point four hours I don't know these people that were thirty four point four hours if that's you god bless you I can't imagine such a life it would be fun more good news the previous two months their estimates were revised upwards by a total of eighty five thousand December job creation went from an original estimate of a hundred and forty seven thousand to one hundred and eighty four thousand January two hundred and twenty five thousand to two hundred and seventy three thousand which makes January and February the best two months since may of twenty eighteen and those revisions brought the three month average to a robust two hundred and forty three thousand jobs an average monthly gain that's already put two thousand and twenty N. we had a great year and twenty nineteen it was only a hundred and seventy eight thousand that is significantly higher and it takes on particularly more important says everybody was worried all through February what is the economic impact of coronavirus and things slow down because of impeachment and most and usually there's a job fall off after the hiring season in December because you have those temporary jobs that retailers and others you know they hire people to stamps and then they're done by the end of the year so these indicators thus far shown with little damage jobless claims as well they remain within their trend of two hundred sixteen thousand latest reading job placement firm challenger gray and Christmas they reported Thursday the planned layoffs actually fell sixteen percent from January and our key readings on both manufacturing and services show companies still plan to hire by the way the new trade deal with China for two hundred twenty five billion has not gone into effect until January we have yet to feel the impact of that we're still big at the beginning infancy stages of all the jobs career paying high paying jobs in the energy sector keystone XL Dakota pipeline and war on natural gas production it's all growing and we're we're in the infancy stages here I mean that's why it's a two hundred forty two days means everything because that's where that's where wealth for the American people is that that will be the hub of it the vast resources of energy that we have available to us in this country for the first time in seventy five years we are energy independent and a net exporter of energy we have only begun to tap tiny quantities of what is available now to us especially with new technologies where we can like microwave shale oil and and.

"forty two days" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

12:06 min | 1 year ago

"forty two days" Discussed on KTOK

"Forty two days you the people we the people you are the ultimate jury you will decide if you shock the world again love the numbers that came out of super Tuesday the big untold story as we have been telling you we've got a lot to get to today including I got a deal with the issue of corona but as I know some of you are getting panicked I see it hi I can hear it even friends of mine conservatives are getting all panic worked up and not that you should not always be judicious and cautious and smart and always always you know if you have to make it if you always go to the side of caution well you be careful but there's some perspective that is really out of whack here and I I think that first of all we're so lucky to have the greatest world's researcher rob medical researchers and scientists and doctors I mean these people are phenomenal we're so blessed they have done so much made so much progress to pro long life to save people from dying from diseases they would have died of it was that death sentence years ago and the advancement with treatment and heart procedures and and transplants and everything else is the bare mazing people I will get to that perspective today also warn Hillary Clinton will be deposed under oath we have a judge ordering that she must do that with judicial watch in their freedom of information act request we'll check in with Tom Fitton on the latest would that Gregg Jarrett senator Ron Johnson I know they don't want it a lot of things liberals would like you to ignore as it relates to Joe Biden Joe Biden his gaffes Joe Biden with no energy Joe Biden doesn't seem to have the strength the stamina of the accu men even the alertness to be president the toughest job in the world they like you never to talk about that now I think the American people are talking about it whether they like it or not it's not to be a look of this Bernie Sanders is a year older than Joe Biden I'm just trying to be fair here Bernie Sanders doesn't have any problem with stamina or strength or alertness or you know this get these gaffes I mean it's one after another and it just you could see I I just I look at bite when he left office where he is today there's a dramatic difference just an observation I'm Hey look we all age differently is not as not against anybody I don't wish any ill on anybody but we're talking about the most important job the hardest job in the world and we've got a look at everything they don't want to talk about Burry smallholdings in the real investigation that Ukraine is now conducting we'll get an update on what the Senate is doing senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin joins us today he'll update us on that and I will have the latest on Chuck Schumer I know you know I know that maybe some people are hoping for more dramatic drops in the stock market I know that makes look stock market is always jittery how many times prior to you know to this recent correction and they're all predictable these corrections that I say well that's not my barometer in terms of the health of the economy fundamentals of any economy I find it too speculative for me I think the stock market is fine any good financial adviser they will show you over any period of time that if you don't need the money usually the rule is for ten years it's safe to put it in the market don't think about it don't get excited when it's high don't get too low if it if it makes an adjustment one of the fundamentals of the economy mold those fundamentals are particularly strong and we just got the latest data updated from December and January also and it is phenomenal there's no there's no the morning this morning's unemployment rate and I know like bill Maher says it probably others think it's just my guess they hate Donald Trump so much they want things to go horribly wrong so that that would result in him losing in two hundred forty two days that's a sad sorry state of affairs how many times I said you name one thing you want to call and we'll open online eight hundred nine four one show one of the Democrats done keep us more safe and more secure what are they really done a whole lot all right I'll give them credit they funded the monies that the that are going to be necessary for corona all right all right I'll take that thank you and whatever but the present was clear in the beginning and when the president was putting in place a travel ban and instituting a quarantine which hadn't been done for decades what were they doing they're doing their latest which sucks that was the middle of the impeachment first the impeachment urgently needs to be done so we can go on vacation for weeks and then come back and devote the entire month and then some and the U. S. Senate with the witch hunt trial which had a predetermined outcome will all while ignoring quid pro quo gel which is the again they want to ignore Joe Biden on Marie smoke real investigations going on on the gaps that are getting scary resell however the woman couldn't well you know the you know the thing my goal you know lower the thing the thing you know the thing by go you know the thing being being god almighty there I believe with every ounce of my being that there is a god that created the heavens and the earth and that you will you what magnitude of majesty we can not even begin to comprehend and science shows those universes now that are living within universes within universes seemingly with no way and I mean it just it there's a bank one day and okay just came together perfectly universes within universes in the sun and the stars in the sky is the planets of all just happened no didn't just happen well my my old question is two people that say there's no Goddard made his arm where does the energy come from because the mandate there's you have to actually believe that something can come from nothing but I digress so the one thing is they have to go bad for them to win they did so they they want bill Maher's I want a recession wow that's pretty sick right Josh isn't the fed cutting rates now just going to make the next economic downturn worse what's your prediction I've been hoping for a recession people hate me for it but it would get rid of problems so you should name before I mean recessions are really bad people lose their jobs and I know when we should wage war I know but I don't care I hate I hate trump more and it's just like all right the stock market makes a normal correction same thing or you know the stock market's a generally jittery I personally there they can take a leave the stock market been that way how argued with financial advisors for years over this up but it's usually true ten years if you haven't you can touch it leave it there your money will be usually as proven okay gross but if you look at it every day you play it every day forget it you're going to drive yourself nuts that's that's what I believe anyway but now the fundamentals the economy the things that I look at a very different I look at for example this morning we now have the labor department reporting U. S. economy added two hundred and seventy three thousand new jobs for the month of February the unemployment rate went down three point five percent its lowest level in more than fifty years oh boy I where I thought we had corralled in January and all through February will what happened you know this is a certain mindset that I actually tell you is that outlook look even if we get to the point I would kind of bet that there's a lot like H. one N. one is gonna be a pandemic and you know there might be periods of time schools closed hello working and all that stuff technologies taken so far that's not gonna hurt the economy people traveling less might hurt the airline sector a little bit but it's certainly going to mean people spend more money at home they're not gonna stop spending money they plan on traveling to say Italy and they canceled a vacation they're probably going to go to Florida or California or New York or wherever the traveling till I advise against New York just a thought but it would turn seventy three thousand new jobs the lowest unemployment in fifty years the best month since may of twenty eighteen January and February gains for the unemployment rate the best since may of twenty eighteen a condom is surveyed by Dow Jones they had been looking for payroll growth at a hundred and seventy five thousand and a three point five percent job level well they exceeded that by ninety eight thousand average hourly earnings up three percent over the past year in line with really healthy economic metrics average work week considered a key measure of productivity that's up six you know the thirty four point four hours I don't know these people that were thirty four point four hours if that's you god bless you I can't imagine such a life it would be fun more good news the previous two months their estimates were revised upwards by a total of eighty five thousand December job creation went from an original estimate of a hundred and forty seven thousand to one hundred and eighty four thousand January two hundred and twenty five thousand to two hundred and seventy three thousand which makes January and February the best two months since may of twenty eighteen and those revisions brought the three month average to a robust two hundred and forty three thousand jobs an average monthly gain that's already for two thousand and twenty N. we had a great year and twenty nineteen it was only a hundred and seventy eight thousand that is significantly higher and it takes on particularly more important says everybody was worried all through February what is the economic impact of coronavirus and things slow down because of impeachment and most and usually there's a job fall off after the hiring season in December because you have those temporary jobs that retailers and others you know they hire people to stamps and then they're done by the end of the year so these indicators thus far shown with little damage jobless claims as well they remain within their trend of two hundred sixteen thousand latest reading job placement firm challenger gray and Christmas they reported Thursday the planned layoffs actually fell sixteen percent from January and dog key readings on both manufacturing and services show company still plan to hire by the way the new trade deal with China for two hundred twenty five billion has not gone into effect until January we have yet to feel the impact of that we're still big at the beginning infancy stages of all the jobs career paying high paying jobs in the energy sector keystone XL Dakota pipeline and more on natural gas production it's all growing it we're in the infancy stages here I mean that's why it's a two hundred forty two days means everything because that's where that's where wealth for the American people is that that will be the hub of it the vast resources of energy that we have available to us in this country for the first time in seventy five years we are energy independent and a net exporter of energy we have only begun to tap tiny quantities of what is available now to us especially with new technologies where we can like microwave shale oil and and.

"forty two days" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"forty two days" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I. four slow to between three I want to make a road page Carrera newsradio WFLA wells are clearing out and it is breezy out there helping to bring the cooler air in so while we may have the low seventies early this afternoon it is going to cool down quickly through the fifties after sunset overnight lows in the low to mid forties by the time you wake up on Saturday morning and even with a full day of sunshine tomorrow temperatures are about ten degrees below average at sixty six back in the forties Saturday night but then warmer seventy four Sunday with that strong wind out of the north at twenty knots there is a small craft advisory in a high risk of rip currents a news channel eight meteorologist Leigh Spann your listing news radio WFLA Taxco news radio WFLA ninety nine point one FM tell you with absolute confidence we're going to win the democratic nomination my message is simple I am running to beat Donald Trump takeaway this from them the first is you don't get what your job I am in this this two hundred and forty two days J. from order to order two shiny the there's never a slow news day ever ever ever eight hundred nine four one Sean you want to be a part of this extravaganza to order forty two days you'll the people we the people you are the ultimate jury you will decide if you shock the world again love the numbers that came out of super Tuesday the big untold story as we have been.

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"forty two days" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"forty two days" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"You should have called those turkeys brought in by the ones who apart in today by the president alone it was standing next to him smiling they should been called general Flynn they should have been plowed and just like he should be pardoned I'm the best single good this is America first in the Salem radio network wow that was fun that was amusing people having fun in the White House especially after the shot down did you hear that a hot close down on the White House and Congress today allegedly because of an egg Croft entering restricted airspace I'll be too careful in America but it's cool okay now except for everything else which isn't okay we have three hundred forty two days left let's talk about the stakes involved let's talk about what happens if he doesn't win we've lost the Democrat party as it was the next we could lose America how very easily is how it will look my friends the Democrats will continue to funnel huge sums of money into local races targeting swing districts using front organizations like Planned Parenthood and MoveOn dot org the establishment GOP will resign itself the failure in those districts fail to mobilize voters will act too late just to make any difference the most disturbing of all because it's the thing that we can prevent most easily of war Republicans conservatives libertarians paleo calls Reagan notes whatever you call yourselves we will fail to go out and vote in requisite numbers Republicans will fail to volunteer to act as polling offices and so be in a position to stop election fraud over the next three hundred and forty two days those who believe in making America great again will not do enough to engage the apolitical all the apathetic around them and convince them that their votes masses in the general election where ever you are I don't care whether you work and live in California whether you're in Massachusetts so Connecticut cool New York you matter and you can make a difference we could also collectively fail to demonstrate to decent old school blue dog Democrats the party they have but this stick a traditional familiarity with simply no longer exists and is in fact run by radicals and extremists like Alexander cast of Cortez ill hand Omar receded to leap extremists who hate America as well as unreconstructed socialist or communist like Bernie Sanders analysts with Warren individuals who want levels of government control of the economy that far exceed anything ever imagined in totalitarian regimes like the Soviet Union how else could we lose good patriotic Americans would fail to use the incredible power of social media to circumvent the incessant propaganda of the fake news industrial complex as Andrew Breitbart showed us and will instead to grouse about the president's unseemly tweets and his potentially caustic language G. O. P. and the White House will fail to leverage the unbelievable freedom magna policies have provided minority communities in the last three years I'm convinced those that live in Democrats strongholds that more prosperity and liberty lies ahead for a school if they completely break that ties with the Democrats what else was we worry about the president being advised by his so called communications experts in campaign gurus that he really doesn't need to go into the communities that constitute the new Democrats political plantation but it would be unnecessary you'll you know just too risky for him to actually go and visit the slums and the ghettos the welfare wastelands Detroit Baltimore and Chicago and they will stay Democrat fiefdoms Republicans on Capitol Hill the vast majority will persist to squabble with one another freedom caucus versus the old guard and fail to understand how powerful acts such as the storming of Adam Schiff inquisition two weeks ago he's on the grounds skiff is the type of visually engaging act that needs to happen every single day that the sham impeachment the inquisition continues and finally we could just lose everything we have achieved together if the president fails to finally Grasse personnel policy and put an end to the White House and his administration being peopled at the highest levels I've seen it with my own eyes by never trump is rhinos and deep status but everything I've just told you the last few minutes none of it need happen but it will unless every single one of us spends every day of the next eleven and a half months engaged in securing the victory for the make America great again the gender and the second term the president trump but it all starts at the top Donald Trump is the most successful Republican president of forty years and the most successful of any president since at least nineteen sixty nine but that means nothing unless he becomes the catalyst of change inside his own party inside the GOP not just inside the nation I said it my friends when I was in the White House and I've said it repeatedly since I left Donald Trump became the president despite the GOP not thanks to it if he wants to have a second term and cement his reputation as the most successful leader we have had since World War two he needs to disrupt Republican machine as much as he has disrupted politics in general otherwise magga hangs by a thread thread the last few weeks all the evidence you need I have not given up in fact just two days The New York Times has published a piece saying Russia collusion it's not a hoax it's not real it is real and the president was not exonerated in front of your own use we had Robert Muller said it never happened off to twenty months thirty five million dollars forty agents hundreds and thousands of subpoenas warrants and interviews and still lying straight into your face what are you gonna do about it about it my friend are you going to redouble your efforts just ask everyone around you what do you think of the last three years are you prepared to lose it all because if you don't want to the choice is simple.

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"forty two days" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"forty two days" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"First with some passion Gorka today I will issue a pardon to a pair of very handsome birds butter and his alternate bread bread and butter have been specially raised by the Jacksons to remain calm under any condition which will be very important because they've already received subpoenas to appear and Adam ships basement on Thursday no read about it don't go into Adam's basement you'll never survive you know would have been better Mr G. said we should have called those turkeys bread and butter the ones with a pot in today by the president's Milani was standing next to him smiling this should have been called general Flynn they should have been plowed and just like he should be pardoned I'm so bass single good this is America first on the Salem radio network well that was fun that was amusing people having fun in the White House especially after the shot down did you hear that a hot close down on the White House and Congress today allegedly because of an egg Croft entering restricted airspace I'll be too careful in America but it's full okay now except for everything else which isn't okay we have three hundred forty two days left let's talk about the stakes involved let's talk about what happens if he doesn't win we've lost the Democrat party as it was the next we could lose.

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Headway Is Being Made But We cant slow down in race to end deadly Ebola outbreak in DR Congo,

UN News

12:45 min | 2 years ago

Headway Is Being Made But We cant slow down in race to end deadly Ebola outbreak in DR Congo,

"Is Connor Lennon from UN news. There are positive signs that the government's lead effort to end the deadly Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo has turned the corner but there's no room for complacency. That's according to the. UN's emergency Ebola Response Coordinator David Gresley who was at U N headquarters on Wednesday used to take part in a ministerial level meeting to assess the more than year long efforts to end the second worst outbreak Evan he spoke to UN uses Matt Wells well. I think we're we're kind of at a more promising place than we certainly were a few months ago. When we saw a number of attacks against Ebola responders particularly in the city of Timbo uh things have advanced I think the main difference now is that not only as a greater security for responders input Timbo outside with Tim O. Vinnie. There are a lot of areas that were inaccessible in the past where where a lot of groundwork has been done to try to gain community acceptance for the response which has had a very positive impact getting into areas where the viruses circulated on a regular basis has allowed an effective response to to follow and we're seeing the cases decline and in some cases dramatically from very high levels down to practically zero so I'm increasingly optimistic with what we see in the Beanie Timbo area. We just need to see this extended to other areas where we're seeing the virus continued to circulate now a lot of different parts of the UN are are involved in this effort from health officials nice to to blue helmets from the mission is the response is joined up and as coordinated as it needs to be from your perspective. Well coordination is always a work in progress so I think it's it's coming along like I would like it to There's always more that you can work together on that. We continue to find ways to collaborate share information but I think there's a good good good spirit and I think the most important thing is that we've been able to drive that coordination down to to the lowest level where whereas most effective it's really the people on the ground that make the difference so whether it's. who or it's UNICEF effort the World Food Programme UNDP UNFPA all involved on this I o M is involved evolved on this We're seeing really good collaboration we WANNA bring our NGO partners on board all of course supporting the government of DRC who continues is to leave this response and and we're seeing I particularly I would cite the city of coordination there where I really think that has come together very nicely and it's also where we're seeing the lowest level of transmission despite the fact that this is where the epidemic generally began Health Organization chief Doc tendrils said on Wednesday the risk of spreading across the border of DRC was still high. What are you doing to try and help. This effort to limit at the risk of the way to do that of course is to eliminate the virus itself this is a very very urban area. people are surprised to hear the Timbale. Oh has more than a million people at these are large cities and it's important to understand that it's also very mobile population which allows movement between Benny Kimball but also to Ugandan border to Goma quite quite easily one or two day trip very routine and that that becomes the problem so what needs to be done is two or three three things is good preparedness around the border areas good preparedness in provinces adjacent in case the virus gets into that area. wore importantly is really just dry up the source of the virus in that central area. That's been feeding into the Ugandan border feeding into Goma and then the threat will go down. Considerably on vaccination has been some criticism. UN responses being too cautious to selective and their needs now to be a much wider wide a program initiated. What what's your view on the right way on that now. Well obviously vaccinations are very useful to think is also important to note. That vaccination by itself is probably not sufficient to end the epidemic. It can put a brake on on the spread slow it down but I in itself is probably not gonNA stop the epidemic but also also saves lives that's extremely important so that the best use of the vaccine is a constantly evolving question how best utilize that which populations are at greatest risk and I think as as Dr Tendrils says we learn as we go along as we adapt as we see the situation as new tools become available like therapeutics extremely extremely important tool to add to the arsenal against Ebola a bit by bit. We're making a bullet into a more normalized disease. and I think ultimately ultimately what we would like to see is that the bullet treatment centers themselves be seen as a place where you go to get cured of Bulla not die every bullet which is often the perception that totally turns and transforms the psychological aspect of bill as a disease. I mean Katie there have been some serious obstacles to be able to reach suspected suitcases and bill to clamp down on this outbreak most obviously the the ongoing violence at the hands of armed groups and the Phibro political situation in that region engine house the effort going there and in terms of countering that and also how successful the effort to try and win hearts and minds of people to get the trust of local people especially in rural communities where they are quite understand very very distrustful pretty much anybody in authority on the political side of the election of president. She's Katie with a long ways to offsetting the the politicization of Boll back at the end of last year when people have been put timber were not allowed to vote for the presidency and there's a I take a new opportunity and and you see it even talking with local militia groups of an interest in finding a reconciliation with the government in a way to move forward. It's very early early in that process but it's a different attitude at this point in time that makes it a little bit easier to work with so I think all the political side some very positive things now on the on the security side. It's a little bit different different. That's a mix you have on the one hand the Allied Defense Forces a Ugandan led group. That's based in the DRC has used extreme means of of attack only military police targets civilian as well terrorist acts basically and killing tens and sometimes hundreds of people full That's a very serious threat that disrupted the response late last year that has been less of a problem since MANISCO together with the Congolese army led a an offensive against the group in late last year November which pushed them back far enough to longer and have a direct impact but they remain in ongoing danger to the response and military action will still be required to keep keep them at bay the more domestic militia groups groups locally known as my my are different kind of threat they they are very much embedded in the communities. They're not in opposition to the communities and they are very suspicious and distrustful of national security forces which is where a problem comes often in the communities. There's a big distrust over over the Bulla response itself so it's a difficult combination but not an impossible and and engagement of the right people who have influence over leaders of these groups can make a difference to try to open up access quite frankly where Ebola has circulated for a period of weeks six people have died from Bulla that to demystify and takes the myth away because people see real and then then it's another opportunity for engagements very tragic way for that to happen but what we're seeing particularly benefit timbo areas that many of the areas that were inaccessible where there was transmission one by one or opening up with acceptance and that's the key is acceptance. It's not overcoming insecurity with acceptance you get security with acceptance you get the ability to treat people people with acceptance you get to bring this to an end most recently in in the city of Benny there was one area health area that had the highest rate of transmission of any healthier in the country twice that of the second highest that was only a matter of weeks ago at the beginning of August by middle middle of August with a lot of work on the ground with governments and an NGO and UN support that area opened up to full acceptance now. There's hardly any case of Ebola there in one by one. We're seeing these health areas come around for that. and that's leading to what we're seeing on. The dramatic decline in cases is between Benny and Timbo the very area that fed all these other localities in Uganda Goma on the Rwandan border and South Cube so we need to they do now the same province which is now has the largest number of cases in the country to gain the confidence and acceptance of populations there that's incomplete and that I work at least intensifies we can protect those communities but also prevents the spread east and West from tour. I mean that's a real threat as we speak today today. So what more support what will help does the government and the UN led response needed a stage from the international community. I think first of all it's important to note the the the technical leadership of government for the EVOLA response is extremely well qualified. They know he bulla as well as anybody. In the world led by Professor William Bay so they have the technical expertise what's required is the kind of support that I've described of course financial support ongoing support and coordination locally. I think is important. The neutrality and impartiality the peacekeeping force brings national security forces often cannot bring in that kind of environment. These are all different aspects that that are important. I what I think we need to see as well as a continued improvement and preparedness sadness both in the country and outside we really don't want this to spread any further and if the the important thing is to detect early if you detect early rapid response as possible and you close it down very very quickly so we need to make sure that happens and the and the other thing is really required. Is there still areas that are inaccessible where there's no known transmission but we're not sure because we're not there isn't endemic diseases yeah well. It's not there's no evidence that it's in these areas but we should be there to make sure it has not come in and circulating quietly secondly it would be good to get into these areas in the event that infection does come into that area better to be there ahead of time working with communities supporting them in other ways so that when the infection does come where a far better position to deal with quickly quickly rather than allowing to come up as another hot spot possible the international emergency state status that the disease has now the outbreak has it at this point that that could be lifted some time in the in the near future as soon as it's a radically aided and it's clear that it's it's a radical that of course that will be lifted at the appropriate time I think we have several well several weeks at a minimum to go. We need to get probably well into the end of the year. There's a forty two day period at at the end of the last case before. It's finally declared so we're we're weeks and weeks away from that one thing. That's not require right now is complacency. Success is good but it's incomplete and it's always at risk and we can see an explosion of cases if we if we stop the the kind of support that's going on. We need to be everywhere all the the time with everything going so we just need that kind of support internationally to keep going until we finish the job one last thing. I would think that's important is that we need to start thinking about the postie bullet period. It's not too early to do that. We need to start thinking what we're going to do to support number one survivors because they will continue to have health problems after this is over secondly. There's the possibility that they still carry residual amounts of the virus. You can have a new cases uses. come up later on so the surveillance system needs to be there to make sure that that's detective quickly probably more importantly is the recovery of the of the systems on the ground whether it's health education have been affected by this and then a broader support to the public health system. The bulla outbreak of nature of this outbreak is a function of poor governance and poor public health systems. If those causes are not dealt with effectively then this the whole thing could happen once again so we have to the root cause of why this became such a large epidemic.

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 Israel's Netanyahu given chance to form new government

Curtis Sliwa

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Israel's Netanyahu given chance to form new government

"Israel's president has tapped Benjamin Netanyahu to form a new government offering the long time prime minister a lifeline to see faces corruption charges Netanyahu's Likud party one thirty two seeds out of a hundred twenty in the Knesset Israel's parliament general Benny Gantz and is blue and white party one thirty three seats but president Reuven Rivlin thinks Netanyahu has a better chance of forming a new government he's giving him forty two days to

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Why Is Declawing Cats Controversial?

BrainStuff

05:20 min | 2 years ago

Why Is Declawing Cats Controversial?

"To brainstorm a production of iheartmedia in brain stuff. Lauren Bobin here those it look as if Jack. The ripper went dog day afternoon on your couch. Does it seem Edward. SCISSORHANDS continually carves abstract figures into your door jams. If you answer yes to these questions chances. Are you have a cat. Cats are notorious for scratching some scratch furniture. Some picket carpets a few slice human flesh. They used chair legs scratching posts and have been known to shred drapes and tablecloths into rags caps scratch. That's what they do. The American Veterinary Medical Association the Avian A says that this is both perfectly normal but conversely that up to half of people's complaints about feline behavior regards destructive scratching cats don't do it for malevolent reasons but mainly to mark their territory sharpen their nails stretch their tiny cat muscles or remove dead husks from their claws. All of this is natural and instinctive but because such activities can have unwanted consequences many cat owners resort to declawing they're felines but what exactly does this process entail and why is it controversial in July of two thousand nineteen. New York became the first state to outlaw cat declawing a pet owners who declaw their cats for anything other than medically necessary therapeutic purposes like in the case of feline cancer can face a stiff thousand dollar caller fine. Let's because declawing isn't a benign practice. The most common procedures involve a veterinarian amputating the last bone of each cat toe with ablade or laser. It's the equivalent of cutting off each of a human's fingers at the last knuckle other procedures involve severing the Tendon in each toe that controls the toes claw that option allows the clock to remain. The cat. Just won't be able to use it. The cloud will continue to grow though meaning the owner will likely have to trim the cat's nails else any kind of surgery like this done to a creature with a central nervous system is of course going to be painful but how painful pain in animals is tricky to measure. They can't talk us through it and we know that in humans when we experienced pain it's not just that we've taken damage and it hurts hurts but further damage and hurt is upsetting. We can't know whether animals have a similar response but there are some cues we can take from animals to Suss. Suss it out the NBA says clinical signs of pain following declining include a guarding posture reluctance to bear weight on the declawed limbs and reluctance is to move after reviewing one study. The Avia may says that sixty one of one hundred and sixty three cats exhibited signs of pain for between one to forty two days after decline clawing and twenty six percent of cats went lame for between one and fifty four days a longer surgery times and use of scalpels versus other instruments increased risk for lameness Innis after surgery with the passage of the measure in New York the Empire State joined several US cities including Los Angeles and Denver in banning decline fine while similar bills are being considered elsewhere kitty block president of the Humane Society of the United States hopes more communities will make declawing illegal in an e mail block said that the procedure is an unnecessary convenience surgery quote complications from declawing include an increase in biting and litterbox avoidance which often results in the cat being surrendered to an animal shelter block says the humane society is partnering with the PA project and veterinarians is to educate lawmakers around the country about the issue in hopes of expanding the ban so if de-clawing is so painful for cats why do people we'll check this option. The reasons vary some do it because they love their furniture. A declawing may protect cat owners especially those with compromised immune systems who could experience life threatening complications from cat scratches but let's be real instances of cats. Killing people through infection are rare. The Centers for Disease Control estimates that each year twelve thousand people in the United States are diagnosed with cat scratch fever resulting in five hundred hospitalizations for most people though the disease is is mild with low grade fever fatigue and headaches and there are ways to change a cat scratching behavior here are few from our friends at pet. MD You can invest scratching post or several and place them strategically around the house. When your cat starts to scratch don't Yeller scold just pick her up up and put her near the post. Try Sprinkling CATNIP on your cat scratching post to make it more inviting. You can also take a toy to the post or by scratching post with one when the cat swipes at it. She might scratch the post and realize it's pretty great. Cover your cats favorite scratching sites with double sided sticky tape to deter future scratching coaching or try spraying furniture with herbal sprays that cats will avoid finally you can always trim your cat's nails to a blunt edge or if your cat is a fan of nail trims consider buying classic colored caps to place over the clause not only save your furniture but your cat will be pretty styling.

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"forty two days" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"forty two days" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"There was a murder trial he was acquitted he was acquitted and you would think that would be the end of it but wait there's more so apparently when Brailsford was fired he decided to appeal that termination and the board kept that appeal on hold our prize until the results came back from the criminal trial when the results came back from the criminal trial which was not guilty of second degree murder then they took up the case again to start reviewing that peel it resulted in basically a settlement between the department and Brailsford where he would be reinstated for forty two days and during that time he could apply for accidental disability okay he ended up getting it and receiving a pension or the disability I'm not sure which one it is exactly of twenty five hundred dollars a month which is roughly thirty thousand a year I believe for the rest of his life I don't know the actual number but I think that's when you have a pension yeah and and so we have an officer that was fired I only got the way now for violations of policy found not guilty in a criminal trial he appealed as termination and they decided to centrally settle with him giving him twenty five hundred dollars a month and he worked for the department from what I gather for two years it just sounds bad it sounds like the examples of corruption that we hear about where it's is this an example of the the blue line of cops taking care of cops Hey we know we we had a fire yeah we know you killed an unarmed the guy but Hey we're gonna hire you back so that you can get this pension for the rest of your life and this sounds funny too because you say he was hired back well he was reinstated to an unfunded budget position with no pay and no duties okay under funded budget position with no pay and no dude by the way I am uniquely qualified for a job like are we all can I get that job just so I can get a pension do you see I'm saying because that's what it seems like okay seems like the taxpayers for me Sir are going to pay this guy thirty grand a year because he worked for two years by the way right he was such a bad cop they fired him and we're gonna Pam thirty grand a year now accidental disability is one that occurred while the employee was on the clock and permanently prevents the employee from doing his or her job both physical and mental conditions can qualify so the PTSD perhaps the mental strain that this took on him he can no longer do his job so he qualifies for accidental disability if he's reinstated so that he can apply for this yeah I guess I can see a little bit of the side like he was acquitted they found him not guilty so he didn't really do anything wrong so should he run a search warrant or anything wrong you couldn't find him guilty in a court of law but makes a police fired him prior to the trial trial saying you you broke our our policies and procedures so wasn't just the killing of the fact that he broke these policies and procedures agreed and I just again it just doesn't pass the smell test for me it doesn't pass the smell test that you and I I mean I understand the police officers mistook with that law enforcement have pensions you work so many years of tethering I have friends that live off of it after two years of working by the way I would argue not doing a very good job costing the city god knows what in legal fees as well mmhm that V. settlement is we'll give you thirty grand a year for the rest of your life hi this is when he gets to who's defending the taxpayer in the city of mesa or the city of eggs who is in that that discussion that goes I'm as someone who pays taxes rain here I'm gonna sing a hard note this well is there a line that that you can only get accidental disability or you can only receive this pension if you've been a good officer I think there's probably a lot of officers out there that are good officers that have had at least a little bit.

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"forty two days" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"forty two days" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"So you have forty two days to shoot you have long prop. I'm assuming because you've got so much to prepare for right? And then the post process with you guys composition, and editing the visual effects, it's just a longer experience. So for you. I know that you were prepared that I don't question. Do you do like the idea that you have all of this time to build something that is one hundred percent yours and versus television, which is definitely yours? No question. But it's part of a bigger system. Yeah. So I'm curious to know if you have any feelings on that or not. And I think that there in lies differences, the television is definitely writers medium, and unless you're writer show runner. Slash director. But, but being you know, obviously director and a future, it is the directors medium. So. It's it was amazing. And I don't know how it is for you. And but, like, once the dailies are coming in, and everything was going fairly. Well, and then the first cuts, and then like when this thought and once once they really see it and get it because I'm first time director, it's got easy to at the asks got easier, can I have this song? Okay. This is like it just kind of made it like what could have been a very difficult situation. What I'm asking you when I'm actually talking about is like. The budget is a certain amount of money, but, like they were, you know, obviously, you know, if, if there is something idea that I thought would make the movie a little bit better. They were on board for which was truly. Amazing. I think for I well, I would like to take it a step further. That's because they believed in the movie, and that's why they gave her them. They love the movies. She did such an amazing job. That's why the studio says, okay. We'll give you a little bit more money because they absolutely believed in it. And that's all attributes to you and your team. Speaking of you had one, you had one preview, which is amazing. And add did you have a whole bunch of friends and family? Did you know to do that? Sure. Yeah. Sure Amblin has a really nice screening room with the free popcorn. So that was great for friends and family. We did like I think to right yet to, to friends and family screenings, and it was right around the holiday time. So. But they were obviously, as you know, there's so valuable. Because I get some great notes by some of my fellow directors at are here tonight. I mean, lucky that you got to allow them because usually the studios won't let any filmmakers and dry they gave different names. But. Did you have a question? I'm sorry. Yeah. Right. Well, I was really actually in that as part part of the goal is that teachable moments, you know, for kids. I mean, this is a PG rated movie, and I know it's there has it's sad parts but was hoping that we can get off the sad parts and get to the happy parts pretty soon..

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"forty two days" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"forty two days" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"And for some reason that moment, even though you're sobbing pulls, you out and makes you feel joy right in a very strange way. I mean, I don't I don't mean to say straight, just lack of lack of a word because it's emotion in emotion is so raw and then that moment, you're getting some a bizarre sense of happiness, even though you're devastated while I mean, that, that's the whole idea is a sense of hopefulness. I hope you know, is like this is this is not the end that this is just, you know. You know life goes on. Yeah. I think, well, then you nail exactly right. Gives you a little hope that. And if you believe in reincarnation, which I do, and now I do more than ever, because I don't want anybody just be on, please. This is fantastic with that. I had a question and it just flew out of my head. Shoot. I'm sorry. You guys terrible. Do you guys have any questions at all for her? Yes. My love. It's a great question. Yeah. To, to be honest with you. It was seamless. Yeah. I I've done so much work in TV that. You know, when you're working TV episodic I mean, if you're fortunate enough. I have been very fortunate to have been able to do a lot of work and, and you're practising your craft on a weekly basis. I mean you're, you're talking to actors daily, you're talking to writers daily, you're figuring out the script or figuring out jokes. What works what doesn't work figuring out blocking? You're doing the whole thing, but on a daily basis. So, you know, when you do a feature obviously, it takes a long, there's a big chunk of time pre-production, and there's maybe forty forty days, forty two days of shooting, and then you're in this big chunk of time post production. So there's only like forty forty two days where you're actually working with actors so for me being able to practice the craft television just helped me so much in the. When I actually came time to, to figure out this movie it does give, I think that's a great question. One that was in my brain. So thank you, because I to wanna know because I went from film. I've done a little bit of TV nowhere. Even remotely never will be what you do. But it's the same, but it's different. One is pretty quick. You're in and you're out. You know, you're you're limited amount of time, and then you can move on the film. I'm not I don't want to speak for you. But for for filmmakers, you're in it for you shop for forty two days. And her movie was in the theaters. All I can say this like avenue. I'm so happy for you. Honestly, because everything's changing so much, so that is beautiful and couldn't be happier..

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What Happens to Donated Blood?

BrainStuff

06:03 min | 2 years ago

What Happens to Donated Blood?

"Jerry Lewis v. Wave seditious incur Kobe also Amy wine-house, Johnny cash and more disgrace them rock and roll true crime podcast stories about musicians getting away with murder behaving. Very badly is available now posted by me. Jake Brennan, you can listen to disgrace. Then the I heart radio app apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Vogel bomb. Here. This episode talks about blood donation. So if that's the kind of thing that makes you go on and skip it, okay? Every two seconds in the United States someone somewhere needs a blood transfusion. And let's face it. Money of us. Don't consider giving blood until there's a major disaster where donations are needed. But just one donation has the potential to save up to three lives. On average. When you donate blood, you provide about one pint that's about half liter of whole blood, which is called a unit of blood and for reference that's about sixteen ounces or the size of a large coffee. But in the US alone. There's a need for almost thirty six thousand units of blood every day. So it's excellent for those who can donate to do. So, but have you ever wondered what actually happens after your blood is drawn for donation where does it go, and how is the process tracked for safety and security? We'll break it down step one is collection. When you donate blood. It's collected a special bag, and luckily, if you test tubes that were developed with an antiquated prevent the blood from clotting each bag and test tube is assigned the same unique ID number to ensure that the collected blood can be properly tracked in eventually labeled then the blood is placed on ice before it sent to the lab for testing. Next the bags and test. Tubes of blood are packaged in boxes specially made to keep blood at the right temperature until it can reach laboratories for step to processing the test tube. Samples are sent off to the lab for testing to be sure the blood is safe and to determine the blood type in the US, the FDA regulates blood testing collection and blood components through center for biologics evaluation and research while that blood is being tested, a blood processing center, verifies receipt of the whole blood sort of like tracking package from post office through delivery. The bloods, ideas checked in at every step of the way. Next, the units of whole blood or separated into specific components. The separation process, which is called component therapy is accomplished by spinning the blood and a centrifuge the heavy red cells fall to the bottom and the blood is divided into trance fusible components red cells platelets and plasma the plasma might even be processed further. For instance, plasma can be separated into crow precipitate called crow for short, which helps control the risk of bleeding by helping blood clot. The red blood cells plasma and platelets are then heat sealed in bags to ensure they remain sterile and the components are stored while they wait for their test results plasma in cryan contain proteins that are pretty stable. So they can be frozen for up to a year negative twenty seven degrees Fahrenheit, that's negative thirty three celsius. Red cells are more delicate and have to be refrigerated, but can be kept for up to forty two days as long as they're held at forty two degrees Fahrenheit that six degrees celsius platelets must be used within five days and are stored at room temperature in agitators that rock them back and forth until they're transfused into a patient. Through all of this. The blood processing center is still tracking the donation including manufacturing data. What centrifuge was used to separate the blood? And what time the work was performed once they get an okay on the blood tests from the lab, the components are ready to be deployed they print labels with information, including the blood type and expiration dates, which they then affixed to the bags if the blood is deemed unsafe during the testing, it's tagged with discard labeled complete the tracking cycle when a hospital or treatment center places in order for blood or plasma components are shipped off in temperature safe boxes when they arrived, the medical staff, double checks them for safety. And finally, they're ready to be transfused into the patient who needs them the entire donation to shipping process can take up to three days, which doesn't seem like a long time. In till there's a major disaster or blood shortage. The American Red Cross says blood supply usually keep up with demand because only about three percent of people eligible to donate actually do. That's why it's such a boon to donate if you can especially if you're a universal donor with type O-negative blood. This can be transfused into any patient with any blood type the American Red Cross estimates about forty five percent of people in the US have typo blood. But the overwhelming majority of those people are positive, which is lucky for them because it means that donated components are more likely to match their common type. But it also means that just seven percent of people are type O-negative that universal donor. This episode was written by Shelley dancy and produced by Tyler clang for I heart media and housed of works for more on this and lots of other topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Hey, brain stuff listeners today. I wanted to tell you about another podcast how to money, which is not your typical personal finance podcast, the hosts Matin Joel are best friends. Aiming not to lecture you but to make conversations about money. Interesting informative even fun every Wednesday. They cover real life money topics like ways to cut your grocery Bill. Why your house is an awful investment, and how to achieve financial independence, if you kind of second money, or if you just want to learn more about how you can support yourself and your future, you can listen and subscribe on apple podcasts, I heart radio app or wherever you get your podcasts. Just search for how to money.

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New Blood Type Discovered

Dr. Daliah

10:10 min | 3 years ago

New Blood Type Discovered

"I. big things the Justice communications. Network for make this. Show happen thanks Jason who's working the dials and thanks. For tuning in we, really, appreciate, it Follow us on Twitter Dr Dalia. Facebook deduct. The w show so I guess we may have. A new blood type And doctors. In. India have, discovered a new blood. Type not a not a not oh but p no Now I know that. Confuses the hell out of AME it's hard enough for me to learn about all these blood type says, it is, don't give me. New, stuff to learn Yeah you know they came up with a new geometric shape and now we. Got to talk about that I'm like really please don't. Don't come up with anything new I am barely keeping it all together with all the stuff that I gotta learn now Oh what's interesting about this is there was a gentleman who I believe was an accident And this isn't India and he needed a blood transfusion pretty urgently so they typed and. Crossed, by typing and crossing what that means is they grab a sample of his blood And then they look at the blood that they have in the hospital and they find a perfect match Well after about eighty units they couldn't find a perfect match, for this guy so the hospital sent his blood to the international blood, group reference laboratory in the UK And they found out that he had the phenotype p p No it wasn't it was his blood but but the type has gone And It's. Unique it's a, unique let's, say So most of us fall under a b. av and and. Just to quickly review what that, means if you have type a blood then you have these little baby antigens on the outer surface or. The membrane of your. Red blood. Cell they look. Really cute They look a little baby and just red. Blood cells are door Yeah I wrote an, article of my websites you. Can check it out if you want but they're just so cute So have you have type, a blood you got an But then have? Antibodies against b Or a b blood you won't be able to accept beer AB blood because you, only have a antigens Taibbi blood I'm The Ulaby, antigens but then you'll have antibodies against a an. AB AB has both a and, b which is why you. Can't if in an, immunologist It's all or nothing you have to, have only the exact type of antigen but. If you have some of what you have and. Then some others next to what, that aren't now it's not. Gonna work for you If you, have a b- blood yet both AM be if you're type oh you don't have the antigens your red, blood cell is kind of naked And they're so. Cute type of blood cells over liberal cute So if you're typo you don't have antigens on your blood So, somebody would type a type b era I won't fight it So if you're typo you. Are a universal donor We. Love if he'll type of blood type of blood we. As a blood Bank, will not let you sleep Again please I'm not a, blood Bank but one day I would love to own a. Blood Bank, I mean oh, my, God I I want to help these things. Out You know I they what they do to save lives I you, know I'm really into the blood and stuff so type, oh people are universal donors but let's say. You have a b-. Blood if you have. A b- blood your universal, recipient because you have a and b antigens. Then, you can take any blood Abe leads you. Could be blood you can, take blood so if you're type av you are one lucky. Puppy if, you're type oh, you're, the most popular you're the most wanted But, you're not that lucky. You guys remember that What was it The eighty yeah remember. Mr. t. yeah You know he had type of blood and. The only blood he was Murdoch's blood I. Don't. Want the crazy juice Yeah so anyway, so I have an article written on my. Website you guys could check it out then you have the RH, systems the, abo system for a and b antigens but then you have the h.. And the our age there are Most commonly and if you have then you're. RH positive if you don't have the energy into our age negative So if you are a be negative you could Again I don't know, if you're a. Be positive you can take anybody's but, it's wonderful If your own negative if. You have O-negative blood. We really really want it because you have no. Antigens. On, there so I'm be positive so I have, jen's and our h, engines Saint okay So what happens if, you give me type a blood. Taibbi why can have a transfusion reaction so what. Ends up happening is my immune system will start to. Fight and once my immune, system starts, to attack blood you get a lot of casualties so. You start losing a. Lot of blood cells so basically can worsen your. Anemia So. We don't want transfusion reactions now There. Are over two hundred minor group antigens other than abo RH. Abo and RH aren't the only ones so it's not a. Complete shock that this guy in India Had p no which was a very very rare new blood. Type identify because not everything has a b. o. r. h. But here's the problem He'll have a transfusion reaction if we give them, what we commonly have which means they need, to start a registry try to find other people, with p no blood so they could, give it to him or would he has to do, is once he's healthy start donating his old lied and have him save. It for future use that's tough because bled really only lives on the shelf. For forty two days we really don't, like to freeze blood So what happened to, the guy well according to cure on chara professor of Orthopaedics they performed. A quote blood less surgery they did a fracture of femur they did a. Repair that a repair his fever fracture And they did that once they were able. To raise his hemoglobin to a? Desired, level using other medications so my guess is, they gave him some, sort of blew. A blood boosting like throw poet. In other sorts of stuff to help boost his blood Matriarch plenty of fluids and then. Waited until he was he built up enough blood to do the surgery pretty, scary stuff so that's how blood types of work and you know it It's, pretty frightening to think that, there's that much art to it that there's that, much you know that much has to go, into you know that has to go into thought you know before, we give a transfusion that's why it is so. Detrimental that, you know we have people constantly. Available to donate blood and if you guys can't donate blood at least host to drive look, what's happening to California. With a car fire you know. We're having thousands of people displaced these are not, people that are. Going to be able to donate blood. On a regular basis And we have people who. Are now, burn victims that need blood so. We need you to donate blood or host to drive if you can't donate blood that's fine Host to drive it doesn't cost you. Any money the American Red Cross United blood services or your local blood banks does all, the work You know you just have to kind. Of spread the word to go, look is we're doing a blood drive, and then we collect as much blood as possible And then you know the. Blood banks prepare it and then it's, ready to be shipped or to be used locally National budget nation week, is going to be coming up September fourth through the tenth we already have multiple states have claimed blood donation days reach out your local governor and ask him to proclaim a blood donation day if he has it And reach out. To me if. You think, you can. Host a blood drive it is that easy if you're working the blood drive let me know I will find the nearest blood Bank that'll, help host it it's a piece of cake everybody gets cookies they get jus. It's really really fun One eight seven seven one eight seven seven deal. CD a. l. I we're. Talking about condoms. The other day. Because the, CDC had Issued a warning that our. Condom cleaning practices are a. No no you're not supposed to reuse turn it inside out or clean the condom not supposed to do this was throw it. Out now we're being told. That, Durex, condoms has had, to, be recalled because, there's, an issue where they may split don't go away we'll be right back.

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"forty two days" Discussed on AFP: American Family Physician Podcast

AFP: American Family Physician Podcast

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"forty two days" Discussed on AFP: American Family Physician Podcast

"Fourteen to forty two days for a coupon lin rightous i guess one study people were going up to forty two days as routine care spiraling empiricism morris better right that's right that's right also interesting seven or fewer was as good as more than seven in community acquired pneumonia in adults so just as dr bell says in the article any time someone asks can i get away with shorter course of antibiotics the answer is yes you can all right guys so that that does it could episode actually just had one one more question okay i mean it was actually the reason why i came today i just had one more thing i wanted to talk about if that's okay we just spent a bunch of time on these topics there's other podcasts waiting in the next room we gotta get moving i'm sorry i if it's okay with you i just have one more really pressing thing you know wonder about this last article yeah fair enough so this probably sounds very familiar to many of the clinicians out there it's the doorknob phenomenon and in this issue we have a curbside consultation the door not phenomenon in clinical practice from doctors faden in gordon from temple university in philly so i know we're all familiar with this the doorknob phenomenon or doorknob statement occurs when a patient waits until the very last moment of the of the clinical encounter you know just as the physicians hand is on that doorknob leaving the room ready to be done and move onto the next tweeting patient and they bring up some new information forcing us to immediately side whether it's something we've got to act on immediately something to defer to the next visit what do you guys think whenever that happens you have a tendency to like have like a pitfall out in the middle of your stomach like oh no generally those statements from the patients generally volunteer one of two categories one might be the patients kind of reflection of ambivalence or about potentially medical problem they're having or an effort to prolong the clinical visit which sometimes can be out of retribution for a a long waiting period like sitting in your office or something i don't know about you guys but the topics that the patients bring up to me or often some of the more serious ones if i had to put my finger on it most of the time i would say patients bring up severe depression or anxiety after we've already talked about four other problems and i'm on my way out the door yeah totally there like usually super sensitive topics that you have to give some time to a very common one is tolerance function or sexual dysfunction in patients as well yes so this curbside consultation has a few strategies they'll deal with it right research is mainly focused on how to elicit these statements prior to the end of the visit so asking specific questions like agendasetting at the very beginning and asking is there anything else you would like address today prior to even launching into their other concerns so you can have rehearsed appropriate responses for in this occurs right because like luke mentioned you get that pit in your stomach sometimes you feel frustrated sometimes angry sometimes just like throw an off so one thing you can practice saying is i appreciate you disclosing that to me but we'll need to schedule another appointment to explore this further and this is perfect for those statements that are of low urgency that you don't need to act on right away you can talk about it the next visit of course it is prudent in cases of higher gency to take to take the time the extra time to address the person's need especially in a potentially life threatening situation or a medical concern that might require emergent workup and so what i find useful is is utilizing some answer larry staff potentially social work or other behavioral specialists in the clinic to help offset some of the time that's required for that and then being extra apologetic to your next patience in line so sometimes this can become a habitual thing though with some patients so when a pattern is noted it's important to defer addressing the statements for later visit saying i recognize this as an an important issue and i'd be happy to discuss it in more detail at your next visit at.

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"forty two days" Discussed on Crave with Charlotte Mei

Crave with Charlotte Mei

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"forty two days" Discussed on Crave with Charlotte Mei

"In grave with charlotte may on nine three eight dow today on crave we find out more about dry aged beef what are they all about and why do they taste so much better and cost so much more dry aging is the process where large cuts of beef are aged in large refrigerator unit at near freezing temperatures for up to forty two days let's find out from chefs stiff on instead of var aachen grill who ages his own beef inhouse on what dry aging dust to beef drain jing is kind of changing on zaim of the beef so on time change and beef south get dockyard room but inside the flavor development schmo so when beef is ready we just take that parts around and then and then the beef is really tweets chef stefan also shares that the longer you age the beef different flavors develop it's pretty much a process of maturation quite like cheeses with the temperature humidity air circulation and bacteria levels strictly monitored the enzymes work on the meat without causing any spoilage it allows the development of flavors and also as the cell structure of the meat breaks down it makes it more tender and this is why that slab of dry age steak you see in restaurant menus are so delicious if you've missed any of these segments you may download the podcast via the me video app this has been crave with me charlotte may on ninety three eight now in the know on the go.

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"forty two days" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"forty two days" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Kobe had to fight something it was called shooting every time he got the ball yet to occasionally kkob pass christie minnows no no this is the heard lie new just coming out now apparently during ezekiel elliott suspension he spent forty two days in mexico he was in kabul only left for two days and it was over thanksgiving to go visit his family and he said that he went there that the could let the team focus on the team and not have him be a distraction and also said that he could train i'm just a bit confused why he went to the train at the diamante resort right outside of kabul no in mexico and even if you were going to train isn't that a really be hot place other good rewrite yeah you want to trained in the hottest bush you want to trim saunas joe actually that's the one thing that makes sense yeah but i would always trained like in our olympic athletes trim the mountains to the finn oxygen thin air sure it just seems a little luxurious to me jumble years roach shown the of no no issue now not really i'm if it is odd that you'd go to another country and trained that it's different i've never heard maybe he really did want some isolation and he i did that to me is probably the point is in america your dallas cowboys superstar like you can't hide in the states and it's like a can't hide and columbus ohio college can't hide in dallas i'm gonna go to mexico with family get out of here that that part i get i just hope that while he was there trying to train he also may be got some clarity about how he wants to be at the person young forward.

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"forty two days" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"forty two days" Discussed on NPR News Now

"See with two female aids there will be a special election to replace him after thursday's announcement arizona's republican party chairman said he was certain his party would hold the seat francs won reelection last year with sixty nine percent of the vote for npr news i'm brett jaspers and phoenix an investigation by the new york times found the number of people who died in puerto rico as a result of hurricane maria far higher than the official figure of sixty two does the times analysis of of figures from puerto rico found that in the forty two days after the hurricane made landfall one thousand fifty two more people than usual died across the island reporter francis rob what we're talking about people who face the days after the hurricane the weeks after the hurricane the month after the hurricane couldn't get to the hospital ran out of oxygen for their oxygen tanks didn't have electricity to power their respirators didn't have cell phone service to call for an ambulance so all kinds of problems that led to a lot of chronically ill people dying prematurely offices in pr the iraqi military is claiming victory over the islamic state in a statement today the ocoee armed forces said that combat operations against isis of ended in that iraq has now totally liberated isis fighters overran nearly a third of iraqi territory in the summer of 2014 and once controlled mozell the country's second largest city in california milder weather it's been aiding firefighters in the effort to slow the progress of a half a dozen major wild fires but forecasters say winds are expected to pick back up by tonight thousands of firefighters battling the blaze has more than 1800 or state prisoners has alex helmick reports from member station kqed the force of 1800 inmates is about half the entire inmate firefighting program and that far more than took on the devastating october blazes in northern california a state prison official says they've pat every inmate firefighting camp across california for cruised to ban.

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"forty two days" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"forty two days" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Australia's only one has gone forty two days so now it's got feed in the back right there that's right so for those those you keep a track every single season including season one has been thirty nine days that correct lead amateur up we had an extra night we update zero what does that what is that every day zero what does that mean okay but anyway so forth so my point is in is for you fans are it is forty two days and i remember mark burnett coming out there tina an hour the only two left i mean it was we were we were done i mean it was just the two of us and it was three extra days of which doesn't sound like much but when you're a spin is we are burnett sitting there going we're not getting any good tv ended this get me there it's just completely the lethargic there's nothing happening here bring him some sandwiches counter deal which they did not do but but that was burnett sort of thing it trouble council and the is they throttled it back after that and it's been thirty nine days of percent so so australia was the only going on it's forty two days and the last question for real oh me too my name is james off from houston in ready what's your name jay jay jay okocha on i just want to know any of you consider playing big brother especially since some celebrity big brother regret this coming up.

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"forty two days" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"forty two days" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"Am i gonna come back i don't think that's i don't think that's right because if you think about it there's a certain mystique to saying comeback to me and forty two days i will have brood your thing trip that really could have been brewing there the thing but you don't know that everything takes the same ingredients you attack grigory was true order them and their true true art care there have been there's also there's another one this was also i don't know why these role in new york but there was another one where a woman had was found with a bunch of bones and it turned out her followers had been the ones that were going out and stealing the bones from the graveyard and people stood the guy i remember they bust of the guy with the bones and he then turned around and squeal not her and that's how they got her well there's and there's there's one that's a little more in line with what we're dealing with with our case which is back in the 80s him back sugar city there was a guy by the name of adolfo costanzo and he started practising their religion and by the end of the decade this guy had kinda gone off a deep and he he got bed with cartels and so these things that he was making these spells were for the cartel to help things go better for them with virtually got him and he would be shot to death by lives op by way of by the authorities and not with our tells correct the police yes and their right to the police cornered him and so he had one of his own people take him out i have heard of this guy fell they found gosh was like thirteen bodies buried on his property in various states of decomposition in various parts missing from them and the whole thing came crashing down on him because.

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"forty two days" Discussed on FinTech Insider

FinTech Insider

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"forty two days" Discussed on FinTech Insider

"That actually brings me to incognito mood for browsing there are some things that i just don't want to my browsing history and there are some things like don't won't bought out in my my sort of back statement but and so we've got this rise of transparency and data being control of our own data but they're all things ashy just people don't want tracking for a variety of reasons i uber who gets to see it verses does it exist the two different questions i don't necessarily want everybody to be in the wall to be able to see my transactions but then those transactions existing and if they are criminal them being recalled aimed is probably quite useful and there's a new onset is important i thought i i think the t f l i colli using the transvaal for london a examples where thinking about this so on transfer of london one of the objections to waste the cards was that the man is tracking you were as you go lesotho and they came up with a reasonable compromise so they said i think it's forty two days said wait a six weeks so so essentially you will transactional data is kept for a certain number of weeks and then the identity pies thrown away that the rest its kept because they use it for traffic analysis an historic last mer you have supposedly if somebody gets murdered on train platform and the police want to know who was on the platform with so that's a pretty reasonable request to matic it's probably not reasonable to go back trolling through years of data to find out you know where i was on these days does it correlate with where you were on these days without their consent.

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"forty two days" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"forty two days" Discussed on Here & Now

"It's hard to see because he sort of technology too right now later the little red fish will be sedated a needle will draw the gas out good is new next up a forty five pound cold water pace so this halibut has had problems repeatedly with his abdomen getting very distended the team has lowered the flat prehistoric looking fish into a holding tank the water is treated with anesthesia that washes over the fishing skills the halibut must fall asleep before innis can remove the staples from a previous surgery been if everything looks great than were in the clear if there's any evidence that does not quite asleep yet still away craig now when he's finally sleep in his takes the staples out the wound looks good as a rounds continue we see displays of anaconda is and parana as there's myrdal the lovable sea turtle and these little fels gravy african penguins forty two days old clamoring for attention behind the walls of their cage guys he sounds like a broken record don't you these stinky little verbal represent the pressure that's on charlie innis many of the high profile species at the aquarium rather threatened or endanger african penguins are in sharp decline industrial fishing as slash the birds food supply and up to eighty percent of the population has vanished in the past five decades so every baby counts we have really eliminated most of the types of illnesses that they would experience in the wild and so it's interesting now in captivity we see some of the more common things that happened to older people or older dogs and cats so if the penguins are not being eaten by sharks in the wild they're dying from infectious diseases in the wild eventually something else happens and so we see older animals here that developed cataracts or diabetes or cancer it can be challenging but interesting to work with those kinds of cases let's talk about that one of the things up a noticing as we walk around this aquarium is that there are so many different types of animals you've got fish sharks penguins octopus.

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