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"govan" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"They wanted us to all be collectively saying yes. Go get them. And that's all laws for a while you know after like five ten years guys like lucrative house-key and a bunch of other guys were starting to read between the lines and figure out what actually happened that day in so many fucking questions and so many unanswered you know bizarre occurrences that happened that day. That makes you scratch your head like he's moments in history Just can't be explained or they've been explained in. Most people accept the explained answer. But people like you and me are like something doesn't sound right you know and and we we search for the truth in on i feel like unfortunately now the the truth that from nine eleven to further away we get from it the harder it is to find the truth you know so unfortunately were swimming against the tide and i think the same thing is happening with colder now we have so many we've had so many things thrown at us that just trust to try to get to the truth one of those aspects never gonna fucking new and i hate to be so like deterministic and and that it's negative or anything like that but it just seems to me that it's sort of rally of it and you know is govan stuff put us in a tough place and you know again i feel like it's one of those manufactured things and i'm not saying i don't know enough to say what viruses and how to combat it and all this but i know enough to to say that it feels like post nine eleven in that way where most people like. Yeah that's what we're doing now. All you're not doing it and you know back then nobody would would do. Nobody would be on the other side of it because there was no internet the way it is now. People weren't communicating and getting to the truth of the matter. The truth was what they said on the news. And we all fucking know now that the news is fucking bullshit the so we're in a tough spot man and i. I don't know what the answer is for us to get out of it. And maybe part of the answer is what i'm doing right now and for the longest time i had my own business mad people to answer to so if i came out publicly and said my opinions on certain things. I'm sure have few parents and a few adult students saying. hey ryan. Can we talk about this. 'cause i don't really agree with you on this thing or whatever would probably lose students over but you know now that i'm more free agent. I feel compelled to speak my my peace. And and i feel like it it. We do need more people to open up and not be afraid to to say things that are going to elicit a response of. What are you crazy because me. I never wanted to be that person who looked crazy or looked like the outsider. I just wanted to kind of fit in. Hey i want to you. You know whatever it is but now just see the absurdity of some of the things that are happening to us and then the loss of our liberties and freedoms and people totally changing their opinions on my by my choice kind of stuff and it's fucking nuts and and every day gets worse sprawl as as much as certain restrictions being lifted and stuff no that trenches getting warning deeper every day just getting worn in deeper and yet it looks like the some of the restrictions are being old the numbers. Just don't add up for them to be doing what they're doing. Initially it was two weeks to make sure the hospitals don't get overloaded and that's the only reason any of us ever said yes. I will close my shop two weeks you know and that's and if it really was potentially going to overrun the hostels don't you think by. Now they'd have fucking more may shift hospitals going up like mad. We build it because we're about to fucking reached that critical mass were but we're not anywhere near that too. Don't think we ever did get anywhere. Maybe i'm wrong. Somebody probably would dispute now. The hospitals are ninety percent like okay well ninety percent capacity will trust their business and they have to run at ninety otherwise they're going to be losing money they're gonna be higher paying all this staff to be there no fucking sick people. What percentage of people in the hospital right now are a sick of cova and or be sick of something else but also have colds it. You know so. There's just the water so muddy right now and it's gonna be hard for us to try to come to or tails in the first place to get to an absolute truth. Let alone be able to convince people that totally up their whole lives around this thing so now when you buy something it could be fucking piece of shit but once you paid five dollars for it all your friends could be like. Oh you bought a piece of shift applied dollars you got ripped off. You'd be like nah it's fertilizer. You know you're going to come up with these excuses for why you did derived thing you know and some people have a hard time coming to the hard reality that they got ripped off the about a piece of shit for five dollars. Whatever it is you know so for us to get to the truth and then can convince people that they've been misled is going to be the hardest fucking thing some of us i've ever done in our lives. We have to find the right words. Find the right actions. And and i think we might be a tricky place now because remember. I said that the heart of the truth of people is not in words. The truth and people is in actions. words can convey our intention all that. But i don't know that and especially now with words changing meeting. Vaccination is not what it used to be a vaccination used to be. You can't get olea. You can't get small you know what i mean. Now it's like you vaccinated. He got cold And it's like all people get sick from kobe and you know what they say. Oh it's a good thing. I got that shot because it would have been way worse. How do you know it would have been way with hugging predict the future. It's just were were. Were so far into this realm where where i hate to and maybe just me saying this will allow me to realize if i if i say. It could be true or untrue. In words don't always have as much impact as we'd like them to have because the meanings are all fucked up and we all have a different interpretation of what the meetings are. So how are we going to use our words to convince other people of whatever we find out the truth is and i don't think any of us have come to the truth yet so it's gonna be uphill battle for for rational people to explain to irrational people that their acting irrationally you know and and even then even if we got to that place where we totally got to like like cova never happened. We still have a fucking mountain of problems that we have to do. The same things for you know Do i think it's possible. Yes do i think it would take a miracle every day for the next thousand years for us to make some headway. Yeah but we got to believe in it and accept that.
"govan" Discussed on Talking Junk
"For malice just to hurt your children. Just assuring these things that. They're not supposed to be seeing. And i i i don't agree with it at all and you know what i do appreciate though about you in. You're kind of philosophy on this as you know so. We're so used to just culturally blaming suing throwing other people under the bus where you know. I mean when we have these school shootings right. It's like i wanna talk to these parents. How do you not know right. How do you not know. There's no way in the world that you didn't know that your son took your gun and was going to school to kill the people that he told you. He being bullied from right right or just. Your kid is so miserable that he might snap and again not running to throw under the bus. But you know even. I mean parents have to take ownership here right for. What's your maybe thrown under the bus. Let's just the obvious needs. We don't enough accountable. Glenn the kids get away from the actual source of the problem is not that exciting about guns. Being a problem in kid or the person killed the issue as opposed to what was going on in that home life. What drove that. Young individuals wants to kill other people in themselves. And where did they get the gum. Not guns kill people you know. It's a change in narrative. Never worked at what they extra propolis. Excuse me he could barely get a off. Sometimes you know like blaming people in pointing the finger versus owning and this is why those deeper conversations right just getting back to kind of what i teach. Why about so important because basin you and i know if our kids are ready to go blow up the school tomorrow if we're if we're talking to them having deep meaningful heartfelt conversations with them we're gonna know something's up with them right. You may not know the whole plan or yeah of something you'll get have usually your gut feeling is the right field. Yeah i mean there's no way a distraught. Twelve or thirteen fifteen year old is gonna keep for me that something seriously wrong. If you're seriously dialed in in listening. You know asking prodding your kid in a loving way asking him. Hey you seem really quiet. Hey what's up. Hey let's talk ally help you whatever. But that's gotta be a day in and day out. That's not a one and done conversation right. That's being showing up for your children like that every day and taking ownership very much so and to do it with your troubled level wants to too because it doesn't just turn into somebody shooting up the school that could turn somebody shooting themselves right and there is so much of that here. You know i'm going to sue. Yeah it's it's in pain right especially since govan.
"govan" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Moment on the show. There's so many and it's almost like every taping something great happened. Kamala get twenty. Honestly one of the best of ever had pretty good jobs. The longest i've ever had a job during premier week. We re playing some games for a million dollars for the game and there was a couple of moments where i had to go back stage to collect myself because it was really emotional stuff and i was starting to think that. Was this rule to offer that kind of money. If somebody didn't win it got we play along with the contestants. So we know a lot of really good strategies so i was playing glencoe. Drop dead in the center. And i would just let it go. Ten thousand ten thousand middle. I don't like dude. Spinning me. Around though i'm kind of glad about govan for that there's always some big dude wanted to pick me up and spin me. Round price is right anniversary special airs tonight on. Cbs coming up. Do you see the fall makeover. Even you better stick around because we've got big savings on the hottest wall. Transfer you.
"govan" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"Go to work with a lot at stake you'll low cost on this not true. There's one expression like we're a if you think he's expensive to hire that experienced person. Just think how much it will cost. You hardly ever no experience. Yeah i'm that's i mean that's a great point so anyways so you so you wanna get on his mother tangents right now so you you just had a you just had govan not just changing. But that's the only time. No worry lovesick for about two weeks Never lost smeller or tasting and never let a fever but it was just Super low energy No stamina strength so we were talking earlier before this and we talked about the the sense of smell and taste on going away and you know. There's people that i i. I know that have still have a bag. But you have a story about one of your buddies Finding finding his newly sense. yes so apparently. There's some sort of thing this is apparently thing your nose. Your lucky will know that you memories are tied to you. Smell the freshman class. You think of football practice spoiler So this guy he had Lost his sentence mel that states. Everything pretty pretty bad. And then somehow in the process it like Rewired his brain so the wind. His smell came back. It mixed up some of the smell. Like what do you mean. So for example he was the brush his teeth and he said it smelled like a fart. Okay and then. He looks toothbrush. I guess it's been while maybe this do purchases shopped toothbrush. Same thing again a chocolate the to pay same thing again and busy Two or three things that are in his life that the us to smell like to face now. He associates that toothpaste melt in his brain. Said rewired as you realize how miserable that has pretty much every mantilla thing that should help your hygiene and make you smell good you. You're walking around thinking that you smell like a far. That's brutal. i know that's at. I think it's been getting better but it was like it was one of these things and he was smell. It was that's mark's officials. Bronx that's all i don't i don't care if if it's getting better even one day of that. That's that's bad. Bet that is bad. It's hard it's hard to feel cleaner. It is and then a and this is what's going on the world today with all this i mean he's got the delta variant. Then you've got people still don't happening is some people. It's kind of an now. It's kind of a people that are tired of lockdown but also support the but it's it's kind of a schmo report out. I think everybody's tired of the lockdown. I really do. I think there's a lot of fatigue. yes And i think the things been interrupted things been interesting to me is is the thing that scares me. A little bit is the vaccine mandates. Yes demanding somebody do something like demanding. Young as some of the injects the arm and.
"govan" Discussed on Mind Pump
"Super important. All of that is done digitally and the way we kind of put it is. The clinic comes home. You're not going to the clinic so we're maintaining all of those. That's a good point with. That was a very good point with the with cova. Because it's changed. It's changed the environment so significantly that there are probably people who are afraid of going especially if they don't think it's necessarily my knee hurts but it's not super bad so i don't want to go to the clinic with lots of other people so i'm assuming that this particular environment is probably only boosted the popularity of in home services am i am i correct or is i would say we've been longer than the covert so patients had already started recognizing this benefit were moving in this industry In this world where everybody wants good quality care while it's convenient and was never focused on before however it is delaying receiving care. So how do we improve access so luna started Patient care in twenty eighteen. And of course govan step more so like last year definitely increase and understanding and need. We've supported so many surgeons who couldn't do elective surgeries. And how do we maintain our patients bain levels. How do we maintain their recovery. How do we help them. sustain their ability while they're waiting for their surgery is to happen so definitely a huge uptake. we've expanded significantly in the bay area We we have about ten percent of outpatient physical therapists that actually now worked for luna Which is huge because therapists loved beloved the ability to see their patients in the home and patients absolutely love it because they don't want to delay care if there is a great offering like luda. Now what does it take for physical therapists to become a lunar practitioner and In how does that benefit their current practice like is something that you know. They could do in conjunction with their clinic. Yeah home-based gear is a necessarily near there has always been home health agencies..
"govan" Discussed on Daily Pop
"It's yeah. They're realistic dimension. I mean i love using these all over my home in the kitchen and she raised the console early great thirty four south twenty five percent. I'll take it all right so. Let's talk about pillows. This is a great way to change up a room without govan going over. This is one of my clutch goto hacks every season. Just change out the pillows this fall. It's all about earthy neutral towns lots of texture and anaya has really come through with their new fall collection. These are hand woven textured pillows. I love it there intoap. These are handcrafted. By artisans in india they can mix and match perfectly with that hand. Quilted striped pillow right over there They're soft and cozy. And i think if you really get an ice feel for them. I mean you can get hansie with. It is a luxuriance high. End down alternative. So it gives it like that memory foam feeling to get that perfect little karate chops that i like to do before. Guests are coming. I'm like come on kids. And i love the color of their super versatile their timeless even though these are on trend for fall. You're going to use these all year round. I like to hit it with a little color throughout the year. Really be your foundation pieces when you're planning your leg all right okay. So now that we're settled into our sofa with our new pillows. There's nothing like a soft and cozy. Throw your artie. Like snuggled up over there. I love these. These are fantastic. Sunday citizen is famous for their super soft materials. And this braided. Pom pom throw is no exception. These are stylish and thick. They have this snug fabric. Which is also breathable. Because i'm running hot all the time. So i love it. They're breathable. They have that texture. You can top they have this beautiful like pom pom. So i love that little detail there. These are twenty percent off. Don't sleep on the also where then as a little scar. You're hosting her favorite show. I also love to put these outside. When i have dinner. Parties outside people get cozy. I liked to do that all right. So who's ready for a power nap but not before you scan the qr code to grow. All these exclusive deals right now. You can also.
"govan" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"Every messy that's right the boys and a girl. Yeah and they all move on their own at this point yeah babies that can be contained. Yeah yeah so. This is what we're working with two. I've gotten i've gotten realistic with this. Could i spend every minute cleaning. Yeah but then. I wouldn't enjoy my kids. I want to enjoy my kids so then narrowed it down. Okay if everything in this example if everything's not gonna make the cut. What makes the cut. So i've chosen three rooms my kitchen my living room in my bedroom. Spend the most of the time in those rooms. I want them to be cleaned. So i'll work hard and they're clean most of the time. The bonus room. The kids rooms the deck were toys all live. And they're going to be messed up two seconds later. I'll let those go choose that no now. This sounds really simple. But that means that. When i walk in the playroom and it's a disaster. I no longer think you're feeling you need to clean this up. You need to get up here and you pick up. These is it. What are you that narrative. That tape is no longer there. Because i look at that and go. Oh i chose this. I chose this mess. 'cause this no yes that i'm letting go represents a better. Yes somewhere else. Time better spent somewhere else. Because let me tell you five thirty to seven. I wanna be playing with my kids. Not cleaning up after my kids. And so the undercurrent of everything. I'm teaching in. His book is a message of of empowerment and freedom to set you free in your life where we can get rid of that. That's why i love the tagline. The guilt free guide to life balance. I like what we're really fixing here isn't so much a counter problem. It's a guilt problem and then also by the way we'll fix the calendar too that's right You know we get questions from our friends on the afc weekend review e mail on fridays. Say christie's coming next week. I love it and they ask questions. It's awesome merrily sweet name as this. This is a great question right along with lines of this. she's asking. how do you transition well. So how'd you let govan old season and go into a new season. And what are some guardrails to hold onto. So when you're thinking about what you prioritize them what you let go how this season so you're single. You're getting married you're pregnant. You're having a baby. You're going to a new job. You're moving to a new city. How do you do that. I love this question. The fact that she merrily merrily. I love merely. I love this question because she's realizing that it's happening and most people don't so we do. We have a baby and then we put all keep all the pressure on ourselves that we have four kids and wonder why we can't do it all your i tell people all the time when things change things need to change so quickly. I'll do the the layout of the path of so it makes sense in this answer so life balance is doing the right things the right time. How do you do that. It's five very easy steps number. One decide what matters number to stop doing what doesn't matter. I won't even get on my soapbox next all. Do that step. Three create a calendar that reflects matters step for protect what matters boundaries and saying no and step five be present for what matters because even if you create the most perfect schedule the world if you're not president for miss it now here's the thing. This path is designed like a cycle where you follow it in any new season so so where we tend to think of priorities as this set it and forget it. Our season changes and we hold ourselves to the pressures and expectations of the last season. Right so the very actually talked about this in the chapter on seasons but the very first step is to acknowledge that you're in a new season. Acknowledge oh well. It used to be this used to be really important but now you have this health diagnosis take my body. I've got to go to these doctors. Things have changed to west to change in this new season or man. One of my kids is really struggling in school. They need a lot of help. Or i'm getting my business off the ground this time. So what i want you to do. Is i acknowledge. I'm in a new season and the second thing. What you do is look at what needs to happen to adapt to it. How do you need to adapt to the season. What do you need to let go of that. No longer serves you. That's no longer makes the cut in this new season. And what do you need to add. Maybe add hey. I'll i'll be honest right now. I realize this about a week and a half ago almost all day every day. I'm on camera and just using my face at that level of enthusiasm my face muscles. I think i actually need more sleep at night than normally do because. I'm so tired by the time i get home because it's not meetings and writing. It's my face forming. And talking. So i've started to adapt and go to bed earlier so that i can adapt to the season so the first step is to acknowledge. The second is to adapt to its. I encourage people in any new season. Go back to step one. Yeah decide what matters in this new season stop. Doing what doesn't matter in this new season. Put it on the calendar. He's got out of the guilt of so..
"govan" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"Let's say we're in an office right days of me setting a meeting with you and then after you are done but hey man do you mind just introduced me to this guy or this girl because i always wanted to to to meet him and you know just wanted to shake hands and card right. You know that's done the casual Expand your network by walking by exactly the roaming the hall point hanging in the cafeteria bring tacos is. Is you know a thing of the past at least for now. Maybe we'll come back but yeah I think there's some film talking to this country push in a opole. Some people like it. Because it's like you know as a distraction. Anyway i wanna see people meet with them elsewhere. You know in some are like you know. Bring it back in we miss. We miss the the the bullshit in the morning. Miss the talk and we missed this but that's a harder uphill battle to fight because it's like number one besides old govan shit like they liked the control of not having people because honestly abuse it. I'm on my favorite source of people walking the halls like rome in the halls. Which i'm like. You can't do this on halls nearly. Hey what are you doing. Yeah you're supposed to ask order the that man. Where's that rescue man can't find. It's like you pass three of them. Yeah exactly you're in my office. The i'm jp. Yes that's you know. That's one of the bigger challenges. Now you can't get that multiple handshake exposure. So what are you doing about them. And the one. So united talking offline. But like when i had i used to have birds I used to have a year and so you called a year. A year was while year a beer beard for a year a year. It okay okay so Just to try to break up the monotony of a blind email cold. Call or text i was. I sent video messages. Yeah like my beard growth..
"govan" Discussed on Dadpreneur - Business & Digital Marketing Talk
"They are offering you away to give to stay safer and Create an extra level of privacy. The problem is most people are not most parents are not taking advantage of it. So another category right we. We talked about videos streaming gaming music. How about shopping. never under any circumstances. Just tell you you. Don't give your kid even a desktop oreo amazon app. Say here go. Shopping go look for products. Because there's a lot of products on amazon that are appropriate for kids. So that's another thing to look. Read it read. It is definitely your website that Your teenagers really shouldn't be on. Unless you have the setting set upright which again most people are not doing that. They're just logging into in creating profiles on all these platforms using the same default settings which is not going to really help you right now. We can also talk about other ways to supplement your kid's education with soft skills which in in the context of today's conversation. I know it's not really what what i was hoping to do. It was more about safety. But i think it really comes down to that. Is that you you have to think about today. In twenty twenty one with all the technology with covert and all the things that are going on. It's like what what other ways can you supplement your kids growth with using soft skills right so they have their education. that's fantastic. They have the technology. You're going to try to limit. You're going to try to be smart as to what they do with the super computer or smartphone. You're gonna try to be smart with the internet. Connection itself does portal right on their on their desktop. But like what soft skills can you give them. That are you know have been around forever. Since the beginning of time you know and those things they don't learn a line. I'm sorry the kids just don't learn some of the crucial soft skills That you do in everyday life whether it's you know how to greet somebody in how to shake their hands keep contact body language just social teach them different social cues in different situations because it is a little awkward today when kids get together not only because of govan but because of the amount of technology no one is really connecting with one another right and so i think that yeah you. There's an opportunity there for you to do that. Even other things that we do with our kids you know. Celebrate them being on time you know. They mean business when they wake coptic address to go to school. You know Watch a movie or show. Listen to a podcast. And we'll talk about the issues and get their feedback. You know those are things that has anything to do with technology but it's different ways of of of sort of enriching their experience growing up as as a kid in two thousand twenty one is very different than any of us. How any of us grew up so you know. I love teaching my kids how to manage time and money and certainly there are certain apps that i use an i show them That i use some of those to save time and of course manage money but ultimately. I'm like listen if the if the average adults spending three hours and forty three minutes on the phone and kids are spending about the same. Is that where you want to spend your time. You know and teaching them that saying no sometimes is is the right thing to do. Have your priorities straight. Don't.
"govan" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System
"I think which is to say if you're unvaccinated you have to wear a mask every minute you're on the job you also have to get tested weekly on your own time. It's on your own dime getting tested and after a couple of months you're gonna have to pay an additional co payment for health insurance couple hundred dollars a month. You're going to have to pay because force if you're unvaccinated. Statistically were much more likely to incur medical costs For you than we are somebody who is vaccinated. So that might be an alternative to discharge. That union would want bargain about a layoff for the employees non disciplinary layup or a leave of absence. Might be a possibility just yesterday. I saw mandatory vaccination program and where the carrot if you will was this the employer said if you're vaccinated employees and you come down with cova d- Your time away from work. Welby leave with pay. And you won't have to draw down on any of your leave accounts and if you're unvaccinated and you come down with govan you're not eligible for that pay so there are. i mean. there are different alternatives. That are out there. That could be negotiated. It is still an open question whether or not the decision to have a mandatory vaccination program allows the negotiation of those alternatives. I know unions and employers are all out there bargaining about these things And that may well be the way that we see labor boards. Go in fact. I think that's probably the likely scenario. But i do want you to know. The law isn't absolutely clear on that. What else can you bargain about. You can bargain about for example the scope of the religious and medical exemptions And remember you can't go below what is provided title seven and the ada but you could bargain for broader exemptions. You could bargain for training programs for employees. Good training programs in a what the vaccinations do and don't do and the rest of being vaccinated and the risk of being unvaccinated and the like You bargained for that sort of thing. You could bargain for a progressive discipline system That could be used that. There's a lot of different things that could be. Negotiated and negotiations about these programs are going on all over the country right now When does the employer have to negotiate. That isn't quite as clear. Many public sector labor laws have provisions that in an emergency where an employer has to engage in a fax bargaining that the employer can go ahead and implement its decision and then bargained the effects afterwards..
It's Amazing How Vile and Nasty the Left Can Be
"Really is extraordinary to see how vile and nasty. A lot of people on the left can get all the joy over greg abbott. The governor of texas getting cogan. Oh they're just happy about that on social media this guy in a wheelchair and they're happy that he has covert because he's trying to defend the rights of americans to make decisions about their kids. Texans trying to defend texans right to make decisions about their kids about how they live their life and he's fully vaccinated. Good lord willing is going to do fine. He's no reason to think he won't. He's vaccinated. he's had no symptoms which is interesting. It's kind of intriguing to me that he was even tested. I guess maybe they just test him regularly As i think a lot of Political leaders and high profile people. I listen. I do that by max self cova test. Almost daily all the traveling. I've been doing all the airplanes again. On and off this. I was gonna do it on the air and if i had one of these kids in the studio i would have done it on air. You can do it to yourself. You just swab yourself. Put an ad put a few drops in a in a little kit and in fifteen minutes. You know whether you're positive or negative. I gave one of those kits to somebody i work with. And they gave it to their sister. Who wasn't feeling good and it showed negative mean a positive cova test. She has govan and she did. Great incidentally but how vile they can be a nasty
"govan" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Ten love to hear from casa. Bonita is an in need experience. It's been there for years and years and years take to take up. We took our kids and then we took our grandkids and it won't be long. We'll be taken our great grandkids. It sounds like to yes. I am that old To casa bonita pretty cool. Now some people say the food wasn't any good well. Yeah it wasn't gourmet. I'll give you that but it was edible. I there were certain. Things they make. I like some people raved about their sopapillas. Well sopapillas that's fried dough. How can you miss it. You put honey on it. You could put honey on a shoe. It'd it'd be good well nonetheless. They this is brought in tourists. I i actually have seen big convention buses. You know with all the people who tinny convention unload people come in to casa bonita. What are your recollections of casa bonita because we haven't been able to go there for a while and even when we did most recently Before govan shut him down and put them into bankruptcy. There weren't a lot of people not like the crowds that there used to be where you would actually start the line outside the door and you'd go in and it would wind around inside the building. Sometimes it would take you maybe up to forty five minutes even an hour of standing there. You got to know some interesting people standing in line didn't you. Yes you did and not people that you send christmas cards to anymore but nonetheless it was kind of fun just to stand. Even being in line with someone entertaining. Then you'd go in and there's a waterfall the divers. That was just a cool place..
"govan" Discussed on The Non-Prophets
"This pastor like he's he's he's going off and. I don't think i've ever heard a sermon. If you can call it that where this guy literally breaks four of the ten commandments right. He's he's dishonored his father and mother right. He's putting elderly people at risk bearing false witness or like or all. Say not as i do name. It's it's absolutely baffles. Me and like it's not even like this has nothing to do with god. This has nothing to do with the bible like this is just ham ranting. And it's it's whoever can come up with allowed. A sentence fragments in the most convincing bit of rhetoric wins the day. Right like he's up there like don't wear them out to calls. dr arrays. anti govan pays hoax. They're just they're laughing it up. I guess casper guessing. Yeah exactly and let me allow me to expand a little bit on. that name. Kind of bridge was cynthia was just. Pvc saying because it. Now that we're all having this discussion about whiting bank. Jellicoe cynthia you noticing on the opposite end. Even if the you know black evangelical leonard evangelical they express or displays its differently are more open and willing to get the vaccine..
"govan" Discussed on The Bio Report
"And then we remove the sal and we'll see what happens so if you take out In an animal the ability to make these types of cells and you give it a cancer exposure. Those animals will develop cancer. Well an intact animal. That has these cells will able to clear the cancer challenge. So that gives you a sense. These cells sit in tissue. They are recognizing cancer cells as they are entered the animal and they're able to clear them. And if you don't have those cells you will not succeed in that. And the and the animal will develop a tumor. So that's that's immune surveillance. That's the innate part of the immune system so that's only one bit on the mechanism of action. The second bit the adaptive immune system and that's again and in today's day and age a lot of people are learning about the immune system with respect to covert. And you probably have heard people talk about tesol responses to govan while the adaptive immune system is designed to ramp up when there is a specific abnormality whether that be cancer virus te and this particular sell our products are able to ramp up that adaptive response and create abroad. Immune response that includes t cells and b cells and antibodies. All to our fight the cancer as well so you get really two different plans of attack to try to improve the situation for cancer patients. You have two versions of your k. T. cell agonists development. This poor to import three. My understanding is. They differ in the way packaged and delivered. Can you explain the difference between these. Two experimental therapies shore so In order to improve these particular drugs based on their chemistry how they circulate the body where they go We decided that we wanna package them. And there's two different ways that we've come up with the package and deliver them that give them ideal properties for therapeutic support to is an eye diagonised in a nanoparticle. I mean excuse me in a zone very similar to You know how they deliver a covert vaccine right olympism and what that does is that Helps direct these things to the tumor Over the healthy tissue and it gives them the ability to circulate longer without being naturally broken down by the body so you can give them less frequently so that is Port to port three is part of a collaboration. We have with a few immunologists in europe. who did some work about a nanoparticle formulation and that's another kind of encasement around the drug and what they studied there and this enabled us to get a grant from the eu to study this particular asset. Was that when you put a our..
"govan" Discussed on Florida Matters
"We spoke via zoom as we look ahead to the school year is the the rise of the delta very cova a cause for concern for for school districts in parents as As the new school year starts this is a good question and very important for parents to be fully aware of what's actually happening in the community. The honest answer to your question as we don't know but there is concerned because we're talking about a different situation than we've had in the past. This is corona virus but it's now the delta variant primarily and we don't have a lot of experience with this and we certainly don't know what the implications are for unvaccinated children. So i think it's time for parents to be aware and for everybody to take a layered approach to protection similar to what we've been talking about before and to emphasize again the vaccines are available for most people ages. Twelve and up. This is not the situation we were in say a year and a year and a half ago at the beginning of the pandemic where we didn't have a vaccine and all you could do was mask and social distance and isolate. We do have a tool available at least to To help slow the spread of Of this variant in and other variants of govan. That's right and that's why we've been really pushing that everybody twelve and older makes themselves available to get vaccinated the good thing about this. Despite the fact that we're seeing new cases and significant rise in cases is that the vaccines were they were designed to protect people from becoming seriously. Ill ending up in the hospital and dying and they have worked tremendously well here and around and around the world so anybody twelve and older i definitely recommend get vaccinated the issue right now though is if you got vaccinated today depending upon which vaccine you got it could take anywhere from two to six weeks to reach a full level of protection of immunity so right now with all the cases that are increasing. And you if you get protected if you had vaccinated you still have to protect yourself through other means social distancing physical masking for example and the hygienic practices..
Less Than 1% of Breakthrough COVID-19 Cases Led to Hospitalization or Death
"Welcome back to the hugh hewitt show. I'm ed morrissey of hot air dot com coming to you from the great state of texas and where it is nice and sunny and primarily mask list. Welcome back great to be back in the in the chair when a thank you for giving me the opportunity to be here. We've got tons to talk about. We have to start though with kobe. Nineteen re masking this idea that we're going to Reimposed masks not on the unvaccinated were might help but on everybody including the vaccinated who really aren't presenting a risk and who aren't at risk in even the data that the cdc is now pointing to is demonstrating. Just how well these vaccines work. I mean this is the message that the cdc has to be emphasizing. The the vaccines work. The back scenes are actually the path out of this. Pandemic masks are not the the path out of this pandemic. if masts were the path out of this pandemic we would have been out of this pandemic last may and not not i mean not may twenty twenty one but made twenty. Twenty masks are a good way to mitigate risk for the people who are actually at risk. The vaccines clearly. Remove that risk if you look at the. Cdc's data on breakthrough infections. Break breakthrough hospitalizations at really tracking breakthrough infections. Mostly because the breakthrough infections. That happen are asymmetric. Almost all symptomatic or so mild that most people don't realize that that's what they have hospitalizations account for zero point. Seven percent of all americans who have been vaccinated. That's a ninety nine point. Three percent of americans who've been vaccinated have not been hospitalized with govan. Deaths are a quarter of that maybe a fifth of that. So you're now into the the hundreds of a percentage point of when it comes to vaccinated people actually Dying from cova did and who are an even those numbers the cdc will tell you are somewhat inflated because those are people who have had At the time of death had kobe in their system but may not necessarily have died from it
"govan" Discussed on The Shared Security Show
"Being an innovative leader who's the catalyst for greater productivity in your organization that's it it's rile you up even more but the next story this week. I was the another. Another hacker and quotes was arrested for his role in the great twenty. twenty twitter. hack with If you'll remember that. Yeah bitcoin to give everybody because govan nineteen seventies bitcoin. I'll send you back more. Yup yup twitter was hacked the back end of twitter. The admin interface was hacked by these these individuals wasn't it that got into the slack workspace. Yeah and they got the passages opinion or something. Yeah yeah so whatever. The definition of hats break..
"govan" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People
"Were luckily being able to stay with her mom and her mom's and vaccinated so i know i feel like i keep talking about this but it's such a major. I know it's like kind of a thing. People probably are sick of hearing about but it's just like such a major part of how this relationship develops you know it's like i'm trying to be safe. My employer is nice enough to let me work from home. And i'm just like trying to just be super-safe about things. I guess it's really all i can say. Well let me see this. Because i have to imagine doing the math in my head. I don't think it's possible that you were both vaccinated when you met right six months ago. So i do figure risk. Yeah i want. I gotta say i want to hear about this because you can't ask humans not to date and you're very into emotional connection. I certainly have some friends who are not and they're upfront about that on their dating apps finding other people say h how yeah. How do you go on those early dates. How does one get physical in. The time of govan prefects a nation. That's like i think it's about like it's like a big screening test right like you know. We started out talking through text messages or the app. I guess and then we move to text messages pretty quickly and then at some point it was just kinda like i think we'd both been in these situations where maybe in the past and a non corentin time you know you have that back and forth and it gets to the point where it's like okay. We need to you know shit or get off the pot and it's a terrible thing to say then like do you need to pull the trigger more or less or else this is just going to end up being us talking forever. You know in this app and nothing's going to happen so you know obviously with it being A quarantine like walk down and stuff like that We had to pay even more so..
Miami-Dade Police Halt Mask, Curfew Citations after Gov. DeSantis Suspends Fines
"Bars bars and and restaurants restaurants expected expected to to be be packed packed with with people people partying partying this this year year is is the the Govan Govan 19 19 vaccine vaccine rollout rollout continues continues but but proud. proud. Mayor Steve Gellar's reminding everyone that pandemics not over yet. Most were masking. Keep your social distance code enforcement and one force mint personnel will be out enforcing our masks and social distance ordinances. Miami Dade Police have stopped issuing mask and curfew citations, calling the tickets pointless since governor to Santa's canceled fines for violating emergency covert 19 orders.
Who is QB2 in 2021 NFL Draft?
"It would have been fully justified and with that we welcome you back as always live from the seaport district appear seventeen brought to you by chase. I green this get up and we have a huge our coming your wine. It starts with this. It's a quarterback sneak mc shays make board is in and wait till you see the first four picks. He's with us live to break down off the top. Then wait a minute. What did russell say. Is he talking about getting sri. Didn't from seattle the wild ride in. Nfl history continues. And then we'll tell you how the shawn watson saga plays out and what it will mean for every team in the nfl. All that and more as we get out with you when this hour which starts right now with todd mcshay post super bowl mock draft. It's available right now on espn plus all it. It's fascinating a number one. That's no big surprise. He's got trevor lawrence going number one to urban meyer and the jaguars. But here's where it gets interesting. He also has quarterbacks going to three and four at two he has the jets taking. Byu's zack wilson who has been rising up. Everybody's draft what he has been be talk of the nfl draft process so far at three overall. He's projecting trade the panthers moving up from eight to take north dakota state's train lance to be their quarterback of the future which leaves ohio states justin field sitting there. Four and mcshea has the falcons taking him fields the second highest total qbr in college football season and then jones sliding down a little bit later to make five quarterbacks in the first round in there he is the man with the mic board. It is mcshea and it's awesome. Let's start with this todd. We all understand. Trevor lawrence going number one. Nothing even to discuss. How firmly planted in. Your mind is zack. Wilson right now as the number two quarterback in this draft. I think very firmly. The first thing i do when the season is over and a govan studied the top quarterbacks. Because i know that's what we're going to talk about for the majority of this process leading up to the draft and after lawrence. There's a little bit of a gap and then at zack wilson. And then there's a gap between gods trey lance from north dakota state and justin feels from ohio state. So i think he is clearly the number two quarterback in this class. The question becomes greenie. Is that the jets taking two or the jets gonna move out and allow a team like a carolina to that number two spot to take him. And that all depends on the domino's in terms of the veteran quarterbacks right now where does shawn watson wind up carson wentz. We know is going to get moved to chicago indianapolis. I think joe douglas. The general manager is kind of waiting. And seeing some of these other quarterbacks go and he's fielding phone calls he's not aggressively making calls but fielding calls to see maybe if they can move sam darnold and if they do exactly since the pick for the jets at number two and if not as i said i think the jets will move outta to and wilson will still wind up being that number number two overall pick in this class. I grew the. I've been saying for a while. I agree with you completely. He'll be number two. The question is who winds up making the peck. Then the other part of this is. I'm old enough to remember a time when we wondered if justin fields might supplant trevor lawrence as the number one draft now all of a sudden these the fourth quarterback off the board. How did that happen. You go back. And study games against indiana northwestern. And then the college football playoff national championship game against alabama. He completed around fifty two percent of throws with five interceptions. Those games in my opinion. You look at it physically. He's big. he's sturdy strong who mobile. He's got a big arm all the traits that you look for. But he likes to see his receivers. Come open and get stuck on that. I read very frequently. So you compare him with trae. Lance and i have identical grades on the to train. Lance didn't play the level of competition. Didn't play as many games as is justin fields but i think he processes the game a little quicker in terms of going from his first into a second and third and seeing the entire field. So it won't surprise me if it feels is third quarterback off the board. But i think they're kind of bunched together in that third tier of quarterbacks behind lawrence wilson and then the other two and then i want to ask you about the guy that you currently have fifth because i'm a regular listener of the first draft podcast and so i'm listening the other day to you and field. Yates and mel kiper talking about what was going on at the senior bowl and everyone is raving about matt jones. Your buddy mel had max jones moving this thing and i believe he has him sort of. I believe he hasn't projected higher than you have in projected. What do you see for mack. Jones as this process goes on the fifth quarterback in the first round. Well i think what's going to happen. He's matt jones is going to benefit from the fact that these four quarterbacks are gonna come off the board quickly and it's probably going to be cut because of trades moving up. I have matt jones going number twelve overall right now in a i had chicago moving up to twelve in san francisco. Moving back to twenty we have to see where carson wentz go. It does go to
Garcetti Announces COVID-19 Mobile Vaccination Program In Los Angeles
"Things on the pandemic front are starting to look a little better. In Los Angeles, Govan 19 infections and hospitalizations seemed to be on a fairly steep decline. And the city's vaccination efforts are ramping up, according to Mayor Eric Garcetti, 97% of all vaccine doses Ella has received have gone into arms. That's one of the highest, if not the highest percentage in the nation. Just at the five city vaccination sites more than 260,000 doses have been administered, Garcetti says. The city is also trying to bring more vaccines to Ella's most vulnerable populations have started a new program that will deploy mobile vaccination clinics to communities that have suffered the highest rates of coronavirus cases and deaths. Nothing is more important, no task more urgent than making sure that all Angelenos have access to the vaccine once they are eligible and distributing it to those most in need. The goal is to deliver vaccines to seniors who need it, but can't necessarily walk or drive to any immunizations site. That program got underway yesterday in councilman marquees Harris Dawson's district in south L. A. Said. He says they'll return in four weeks to give those community members a second dose.
"govan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Low 21. Then tomorrow sunny day but cold with a high of 30 to 26 degrees. Right now. This news the service of one our heating and air conditioning. I think we need to be really, really careful about fully opening up our schools and bringing everyone back. Until we get enough vaccine out the community to stop this pandemic from going since I public school setting themselves up for failure, Infectious disease expert Dr Karl Victim bomb believes it's a mistake. Bring students back into the building before teachers are fully protected from covert. 19 district plans to return to blended learning this week, even though staff members have only received the first of the vaccination shots. The teachers unions filed suit to try and block the return. They're waiting on a court decision, Dr Karl Victim bomb with you see how says he thinks they should wait? I certainly would not advise bringing people back. Into significant settings where they're going to be in cop attacked with people who have infection because that's probably setting where we're going to make the vaccine fail. If people don't have time to develop the me immunity after the shops reading schools were keeping all kids home this week, that district made the decision to go remote after a spike in the number of kids with covert or kids home forced to quarantine because of exposure. Govan cases continue to come down across the tri state, Ohio, says the number of new infections are well below the three week average and Kentucky positivity rate has dropped again. And in Indiana. There were 1750 new cases yesterday, the lowest number reported since October of last year. Governor of Indiana is using some restrictions on gatherings effective today, Going forward event centers can host crowds of up to 25% of their capacity. Till today, they were only allowed to have 25 people. Will there be bipartisan support President Biden meeting today with Republican leaders in Congress, he's trying to convince them Sign out the plans for another covert relief package on Sunday afternoon. The Ohio This morning, the first big test facing President Biden, who campaigned on promises of unity, the president now inviting a group of Republican senators to the White House this week after they proposed a more targeted covert relief package. The Republicans. Bilis $600 billion Far less than bite is $1.9 Trillion plan, which calls for direct payments of $1400 to most Americans. Critics saying that amount is too generous. That's a B C's faith, Bobby Huh? Pondering a legendary high school basketball coach in the tristate McNicholas. His name is Jim Floor for Jerry Dirk ER, doctors from winningest coach and Nick Nick. History spent nearly 30 years with the Rockets are next updated 8 30. Brian Copes News Radio seven W W Average WEIGHT Loss £15.4 In first two months for guarantee cancer within 1st 14.
WHO supports COVID-19 vaccination campaign in India
"India has embarked on one of the largest covid nineteen vaccination campaigns in the world. More than two thousand six hundred vaccinators a nearly half a million team members trained. That's according to. Dr rodriguez h often representative of the world health organization. Who in india. Which is one of the main un agencies supporting the government led drive and she shama ask dr offering about. Who's work there including efforts to counter hesitancy and misinformation surrounding vaccination w insurer in india where we have a workforce of around two thousand six hundred And the fact that we have supported polio. Elimination in the country. We're using the launching for this vaccination so far more than two thousand six hundred back sonate burst and around. Four hundred seventy five thousand vaccination e members have joined ross country with our support. Who india including myself participated in dry runs preceding the launch of covid nineteen vaccine asian dry. So that the that was a smooth rollout during the launch during these dry runs up into three phases the last of which was january. Aid the realtime feedback using the idea enabled allegation golden for management vaccines registration of beneficiaries Alerting benefits to their sessions reporting vaccination coverages as well as a brand new thing some scenarios on adverse events following immunization or eighty f. I more than fifteen thousand govan nineteen vaccinations sessions that have been monitored by the show in the personnel across the country since the launch and this is a real time feedback that is an every evening sort of yield sessions of what may have gone wrong and reporting back to national government so that we have corrective actions for sessions landlord the next music's and base ahead
How to Lead with Practicality
"I- Melody Harm from Yahoo Finance and I'm so excited to be speaking with Gary Banner Truck. Today. Thanks for joining a scary. Thank you melody. The theme of this year's Am SS road to recovery. Tell us what you're seeing veer media. Your focus has always been on innovative experiential marketing of course that has sort of been thrown out the window to a certain extent Tell us how you've been able to give it. During time, it's really funny. The way you've been structured that I totally get the positioning of us being innovative or disruptive or things that nature. But in actual business meetings with big and small brands I've always clarified kind of my persona or like the vibe around us. I've always said look people think that were innovating. I think more practical I. think that most people talk about today in a very confused way most companies really put yesterday on a pedestal what used to work and they think of today as the future, but it's actually today. So ironically is thought we were practical versus disruptive or innovative. So to your point in the way you set that up. We were never doing vr a are like the things I talk about what consumers are actually doing now like I think we can all agree that consumers give their attention to this device. and. So when we're doing media and creative in these channels and Ott facebook instagram, Youtube, Tiktok, whatever they may be linked in for B. Two B. Companies. We think it's practical. We think it's underpriced no different than that to Yahoo, and early there's a yahoo that ad product Yahoo Google ads like Yahoo ads that was driver for my family's business in ninety, nine, two, thousand, two, thousand, one, two, thousand people thought Yahoo ads was so futuristic but if you were doing them, you knew they were practical you were doing business. So what's actually happened for us is people have thrown out yesterday. And Have Opened Their Eyes Today Aka the biggest brands in the world that we work with. A starting to understand paying six hundred thousand dollars for production to run on television. Might not be the best use of their money and have leaned into e COM. And content and media being together in digital channels to drive business results, and this has been the greatest era of CMO's and real marketing individuals at the highest levels becoming more practical and practitioners. So we're seeing a lot of growth to be frank. And we're seeing people finally have the You know I was reading about this on Yahoo or Wall Street Journal or Ad Age, but I never took it seriously because I put yesterday on a pedestal. And now I actually see what you meant I can't believe facebook ads and creative can drive my business so much. So we're seeing a big seachange in Madison Avenue. And even start a planned to a degree and and obviously we're excited about it from our perspective. Ran We see this wide divergence when we look at the industry, right that are actually sending those ad dollars even if they're rejecting their budgets of course, retail financial services are two of the top senders. When you look at even the growth that's happening twenty twenty. How are you seeing that manifest in your business? Are there any particular bright spots that you can call out or perhaps laggards in the face? Overall? The the bright spots for me are. I can't believe how many whether it's craft or proctor pepsico the conversations I'm having where the actual sales data. is becoming the KPI, not the internal A. Or. Nielsen Brand Studies. So. You, know. I. Actually see a lot of if we're very heavy CPG we're heavy financial services as chases client like. We're seeing we weren't. We weren't in airlines or hotels like we got lucky is the only word I can use our client mix was. Berry. Benefited by Govan to be honest in the short term. In that timeframe because they're worried about supply chain to be honest, right our clients are much more worried about making more of their stuff than anything else. I think it's just affirmation of my prior statement which is. The bright spots or the advancements are as following. We are seeing bigger allocation to marketing because we finally got clients to measure on how well they're doing on Amazon dot com or proving to them that we're moving product at Kroger or Walmart or Home Depot. So what's happening investing more because the debate went out the window because they weren't lazy with their money because nobody can do TV productions. So you're seeing the real world of haves and have nots. The industries that were most affected are obviously in trouble more so than others and the industries that most benefited from it food necessities. Were unable to spend their marketing money. The way they're they're accustomed to. Meanwhile what was happening was the way they were accustomed to big productions on TV and then doing matching luggage to that TV spot on digital was for the last decade wrong or at least wildly overpriced.
A Pediatricians Guide to COVID-19 and Cellular Resilience with Dr. Elisa Song
"Welcome to the broken marine podcast where we dive deep into the topics of neuro plasticity epigenetics, mindfulness, functional medicine mindset, and more. I'm your host droid and each week my team, and I bring on a new guest who we think can help you improve your brain health feel better and most importantly live more. This week's guest is Dr at Lisa Song Dr. Song is an integrative pediatrician pediatric. Functional Medicine expert and most importantly Amama in integrative pediatric practice whole family wellness she's helped thousands of kids get to the root causes of their health concerns and help their parents understand how to help their children drive both in mind body and spirit Dr Song as taught around the world on integrative pediatrics topics for multiple podcasts in summits including functional medicine Australia Bio Circles, Australia integrative medicine, and mental. Health Institute for Functional Medicine A for 'em and a lot of other really incredible institutions, organizations that the song created healthy kids happy kids in online holistic pediatric resource to help practitioners in bridge the gap between conventional in integrative pediatrics within evidence-based pediatrician backed approach Dr Song Thank you for being here on the broken brain podcast. Thank you for having me. It's an honor to be here with. You and your audience, and I wanNA give you just like a massive dose of gratitude because for so many of my friends I don't have kids, but I want to get educated on his many of these topics as possible not just as a podcast hosts in a community leader because I wanNA learn for myself in the future. This is probably not the last pandemic that will ever go through. Talk about help for Awhile Joe royle knock on wood. But I do want to say that for so many in the community right now you are the voice. Of Reason, you are the voice of really helping people understand what's real what we don't know because there's a lot of what we don't now and you've run so much peace to so many families. So thank you for your incredible work and I know it's a team effort. You know your husband, your kids the whole team over there that's helping out but really utilize. Knowledge you for that. Thank you that means so much to me. Yeah, absolutely, also I want to check in because in addition to use servicing your online community and your patience. Your family you've been very vocal about this has had first-hand experiences with Cova nineteen and we're gonNA talk about that. But I just WANNA check it on a human human level. How're you doing during these times? You know I mean it's crazy times everybody. My son and daughter for those of you who follow me they actually contracted co bid on. I mean really it was about a week after we wanted to quarantine. So we all went to quarantine from school Friday, the thirteenth, and then maybe seven to ten days later my daughter got sick cough fever search you have a little trouble breathing. Thought well, this can't be Kovic she's been in quarantine right? We haven't been in contact anybody in as far as I knew there was nobody at school who had had covid Right, around that time when quarantine was happening, I had a little bit of a sore throat and a headache nothing major but I did my usual kind of functional. Medicine Integrative Medicine dosing that I do and I get sick and I teach families. My husband had something similar but we we were fine then a week after Kenzi got sick she recovered ten days fever cough you know not feeling well little bit alot ish tonight a similar. She got maybe about ninety four, ninety, five percents but that's literally on Day ten. It was like the switch flipped she she bounced back and she was completely like nothing ever happened. A few days later, my son starts to get a fever and I'm like, oh no, it's going on here. Right at the time. Remember early in the days of the pandemic testing was really not available I mean that available. Right so but then even more. So I managed to get a swab and do swab my child, which is not fun experience and the Senate to quest four days later it came back negative. Okay. Maybe she caught something. Weird, right Then when Bodey start to get, he had a fever and stomach ache his tummy was hurting him so much that was his symptom and that in the fever little bit a sore throat and so I thought and even back then the early days remember we we know so much more about covid nineteen than we did back in. February march and remember this is March back in the early days we still have so much word learn right but abdominal pain was kind of maybe a symptom maybe not subdue might. So I'm thinking maybe he's got a stomach flu but in the back of my mind, I, think, okay this has to be Govan. So he he then so developing abdominal pain fever really bad headache a little bit of a cough. He started seeing things and hearing things, which is really frightening He sought a wall. Yeah. He had auditory visual hallucinations. He heard voices in his room. He would see the wall moving in and out and kind of scary people in front of him. Here's H-. You really mean people saying I mean he he said he was embarrassed to tell but really bad words right? Like you know words you wouldn't use in polite conversation and so and then he got a rash on his face and pink guys, right Thank goodness back. Then the really weren't reports of this Kawasaki Like Disease Right. Multi-system. Inflammatory Syndrome associate with children. Because if I had known about this phenomena I think I would even more freaked out than I already was right but his oxygen levels dropping he did go to about eighty eight percent at which time I did bring him to the ER. Now I was low dam up with all the supplements that I had researched. You know for Kobe nineteen both preventatively am for support. Active Illness and I fully one hundred percents. We're GONNA talk about some of the things that I did but that the interventions that I was able to do for him through the through the research really helped him to bounce back very quickly.
India and Bangladesh: Health and environmental risks grow, following deadly cyclone
"A buffalo cyclone has hit eastern India in Bangladesh. Officials have said that it was one of the most ferocious cyclones ever seen what was the intensity of the cyclone arm. This song which cost to feed on one fifty five one five kilometer gusting up to one eighty five kilometers up as we want to Phoenix wreak havoc in the state of West Bengal and extensive damages uploading seven to stick of a single imputing cutout. The Joy I to and also accompanied by dogs need went up to four or five macos high We do not have much information on the how much land area had been inundated. You home box is the expected dot. There has been heavy damages under streets due to the inundation is actually was passed been ravaged by just be less That is expensive damage to the SPA. What communication and have enough waterlogging has several places and the Distrigas ministrations working in. Awadh putting manner the situation. So what is the current situation in these areas Do you have any estimates of the scale of destruction yet how that people people have lost lives in takeovers has been Luckily the damage has been Much less In this state of forty thousand every compared was being gone. The housing our tele-communications water sanitation agriculture will be badly impact with do not have ago some districts. Your husband is going on and More information will be available in a day or two to vote measures taken for disaster resilience. And what's being done for? Response now landfall both of men. That only got dominant overthink gone. Have undertaken massive evacuation more than one point five. Let people were always south and neo five. Let deeper in England so because of this the last that question probably the number of deaths has been quite slow as of now but the possibility that the figure might increase because the government has not yet competed plans and come up with just decided not to actively go there could be an increase in the number of as well in this state over being on the administration is working on a what manner in the affected. Districts are National Disaster Management Sports Day. Disaster-management state police provinces because on steam golf book on some Municipal Corporation Fire Brigade and the entire speed machine heavy stopping the state level are working to focus in this affected in. This is a diamond countries. Also combating covid nineteen infection in such a scenario at Govan prevention measures also being followed in the Shelter Home San Response Investigation procedures high speed challenges for on around. I would say that the government could vote for have made lots of two incommensurable people with prevention measures Shelter homes the have been A gift with the Walker insanity walk facilities hand washing facilities. Mark have been distributed Ready go for distancing have been maintained but as I said that I use on ground and district administration state government along with this Organizations are trying their best to handle the situation after causing scale destruction in eastern India. The cyclone moved towards Bangladesh. So what's the situation Dave? After the line in Bengal cyclone has now been fishing and presently dish. It is very likely to continue to move not not as North eastwards and we can all In Bangladeshi past not brought much damage can it has caused that There has been have Beata or information available from the media on damage to houses and Bleaching of embankments but the fact has not been ready coveting in Bangladesh so these are cyclone prone areas and we witness landscape destruction in the past as well. How have things changed in the last few years has the scenario improved so that these natural disasters caused minimal damage to life and property been going on made significant took five hundred management and this state of its international team last year on significantly reducing the loss of life Joining on funny. If you compare these supersized on which already signed the one thousand nine hundred nine I'm seeing people. I'm be compared compared with Ron tiny rich afford into China India. Two Thousand Nineteen it. 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Elon Musk Says Tesla Suing California County, Moving Headquarters Out Of State
"Week. California started phasing in the reopening of business including manufacturing so when that was announced Tesla CEO Elon. Musk sent out a memo to ten thousand employees at a factory in Alameda. County telling them to come into work the next day but just a few hours after that memo the local government in Alameda County said not so fast they were keeping tighter restrictions in place and Tesla's factory was not allowed to open yet in response. Tesla sued and Monday. Musk said they're opening their factory. Anyway here to tell us all about this lawsuit and what it could mean for businesses and governments across the US is our reporter. Tim Higgins Tim. Thank you so much for being here. Thank you all right. Let's start with Tesla. What is Tesla arguing in this suit? One of the things that you must angry about is that The California state government has to open up again including manufacturing and he's arguing that essentially that the local government has overstepped its authority by saying that. Tesla's factory cannot reopen that. The governor's office allowing for the state to reopen and that the US constitution allows for these sorts of things so really Arguments at the county. Government is overreaching and then he made a comparison to another facility. That is a nearby county. What's his argument? There Tesla has its has one assembly plant in the US but it has a number of facilities around California that help with the business. And there's a factory that is not that far from the assembly pant that has in a different county and the people there are not facing the same kind of shelter in place restrictions. Tassels reason the question of why are why isn't a uniform wise? They're pointing to figures. They say indicate that the rate of infection is very similar Why is one place stricter than the other so? Musk actually went a step further and reopened TUSLA yesterday. Right surprising a lot of people Monday. Tweeting out that He was opening the factory starting production that day in fact he said he's going to be on the assembly line and that if the police show up to arrest people he should be the one that's arrested so let's just back up a little bit. This sets tesla apart from many of its tag counterparts right. I mean facebook and others have announced that they're not bringing employees back to the office for months. Why is Elon? Musk and tesla wire. Wise Tusla's taking such a big stand here exactly facebook and Google and others. They can largely do their work at home on computers. Were Tesla makes cars. It needs an army of workers in the factory banging on metal to build these vehicles so they can sell them and without the Fremont Factory Online. It doesn't have anything to sell here in the US eventually. The cars that they made prior the shutdown. They're not gonNA have anything. So if Tesla is going to take advantage of any potential economic rebound that something might occur in the months to come as the country learns to live with the Corona virus. It needs cars. The shutdown came at a bad time for Tesla. It was just a ramping up. Production of its newest vehicle. The Model Y Compact Sport Utility vehicle is a vehicle that Elon. Musk has said could be. The company's top seller analysts expected to do very well. It's a good segment for this kind of vehicle and really there was a lot of enthusiasm among investors about the year ahead and so what the Krono virus has done is essentially. Put everything on ice and The problem for you on musk. Is that this. Factory has been sitting Essentially vacant for weeks. Now and he needs the lifeblood of the company to kick back on. I guess comparing to facebook isn't quite fair. I mean the better comparison might be to other. Automakers what are we seeing Michigan do for example and how our automakers they're responding. That's some of the frustration that musk has been. Venting is that Michigan announced last week and then that they were bringing manufacturing back online this week so Monday. As Yuan is sitting there unhappy that his factory is an open open. Places in Michigan could come back online and he knows his competitors have already announced. Gm for Chrysler others that they're kicking up production GM and Ford. They're a scheduled to start assembly vehicles again next Monday and here in California. That's that's not the case so elon. Musk has taken it another step further. He also has threatened to move production out of California altogether. He's saying maybe to Texas. What kind of impact could his departure have on? The state would smell something that can happen. Overnight it's not as simple as picking up his tools and going to Texas and starting to make cars and a new factory I. It's much more complicated. And it's something that probably would take years to do but the effect would be dramatic. Tessa wouldn't be the first car company to pull out of California Toyota. Its headquarters for the US. North America used to be based on your La and they pulled out over the course of several years starting in two thousand fourteen and they went to Texas because in emerged part it's cheaper to operate their California had just gotten to expensive the factory that Tesla owns and California used to be a factory that was jointly operated by General Motors and Toyota in when GM wind bankruptcy left to Toyota and Toyota. Didn't want to didn't want to be there anymore. I wanted to go to someplace. Cheaper the state of California has in recent generation or so struggled to keep a car manufacturing and the Fremont factory the fact that Tesla was able to buy in two thousand ten and resume making vehicles there in twenty twelve was seen by the the region him by Government officials is a huge win and is something very important for the economy states. Local leaders across the country prize car factories. These are things they want. It means jobs. It means economic investment. It means all the and things that go with with that so it's not just the car factory it's the suppliers and the ecosystem that creates and brings into the community so this kind of threat in some ways was almost going nuclear to say that he was going to pull out of of the state now a lot of people are saying or asking was was just because he lost his temper. And and that sort of thing. Well we'll see. He has said on twitter that he's not messing around and he's taking this very seriously. Some of this of course is also. He's in essentially negotiating in public. He's trying to push put pressure on on the local government to allow him to open up. Yeah I mean it's it's a very public lobbying effort if you can call it that I think the interesting thing is. We'VE SEE BUSINESSES. Do this all the time time right to get tax incentives or or other deals but in this case it's public health interests that are at stake. How HAVE OFFICIALS IN ALAMEDA? County responded to this very open threat And is the pressure that he's putting on them seeming to impact their decisions to reopen at all whether the mayor of Fremont put out a statement saying that she supports Tesla and the Mayor of Palo Alto or the company's headquarters is located. Put out a statement over the weekend about their support for the company. It's a tough position for some of these elected officials They want to see the company. Back Open. They want to see businesses back. Open him yet. Some are also weighing the health ramifications. Several people have died in the county from Kovic Nineteen and they have reported More than two thousand cases of Govan Nineteen and so the concern among county leaders is that they're not sure if there's going to be a spike as they start to re phase in business activity and they'd like to see it play out a little bit longer and be prepared and the idea of ten thousand people coming into a facility is concerning and so they have been working with the company to make sure that the safety protocols in place and the Tesla has Publicized some of these. Things are what they're working on. And that's where the standoff here is. It's not when we're unique to test so there are lots of places and companies around the country who are frustrated and want to get back to the way things were and we've seen state by state by state Different ways of handling this. But there's probably no higher profile company in the US The take this kind of stand to to sue the local authorities and to Defy a local shutdown order. Well we wouldn't expect anything else from Elon. Musk I guess. Our reporter Tim Higgins. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you
Joe Biden Fights Back After Iowa 'Gut Punch'
"Former vice president Joe Biden admits that the Iowa caucuses were gut punch a piece to McGuire reports Biden felt it and so did the Democratic Party after his lackluster showing in Iowa former vice president Joe Biden says he's in the race for the democratic party's presidential nomination for the long haul I'm gonna fight for here in New Hampshire and in a vat and then in South Carolina beyond some establishment Democrats admit they're worried about biting ahead of Tuesday's New Hampshire balloting and now he faces problems in his fire wall St South Carolina a number of black legislators they're demanding Biden disavow comments made by long time supporter state senator Dick harpootlian which say say insinuated the legislative black caucus chairman Jerry Govan have been bought by Biden rival Tom Steiner who hired the lawmaker as a senior adviser harpootlian says Govan had previously back biting until quote Mister money bags showed up I'm Tim
Biden vows to press on despite Iowa 'gut punch'
"Former vice president Joe Biden for his part says the Iowa caucuses were a gut punch after his lackluster showing in Iowa former vice president Joe Biden says he's in the race for the democratic party's presidential nomination for the long haul I'm gonna fight for here in New Hampshire in a vat and then in South Carolina beyond some establishment Democrats admit they're worried about Biden ahead of Tuesday's New Hampshire balloting and now he faces problems in his fire wall St South Carolina a number of black legislators they're demanding Biden disavow comments made by long time supporter state senator Dick harpootlian which say say insinuated the legislative black caucus chairman Jerry go open have been bought by Biden rival Tom Steiner who hired the lawmaker as a senior adviser harpootlian says Govan had previously back biting until quote Mister money bags showed up I'm Tim
Biden casts top rivals as a risk for party that wants to win
"After his lackluster showing in Iowa former vice president Joe Biden says he's in the race for the democratic party's presidential nomination for the long haul I'm gonna fight for it here in New Hampshire in a vat and then in South Carolina beyond some establishment Democrats admit they're worried about Biden ahead of Tuesday's New Hampshire balloting and now he faces problems in his fire wall St South Carolina a number of black legislators they're demanding Biden disavow comments made by long time supporter state senator Dick harpootlian which say say insinuated the legislative black caucus chairman Jerry Govan have been bought by Biden rival Tom Steiner who hired the lawmaker as a senior adviser harpootlian says go open had previously back biting until quote Mister money bags showed up I'm Tim acquire
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Lieberman Govan And Israel discussed on Morning Edition
"Israel will hold elections again. It seemed like Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is certain to get a fourth consecutive term, when his party won elections last month. But then came a stunner, he failed to form a governing coalition at his call. Israel's parliament voted last night to hold unprecedented new elections on September, seventeenth NPR's Daniel estrin is on the line from Jerusalem, Daniel, you had a late night. I started. Hey all so Netanyahu failed to get what done. Exactly he failed to form a parliamentary majority. He needed just one more party to get on board. A right wing party led by former defence minister of ignore Lieberman and Lieberman wooden. Join Netanyahu got furious have listen to this. A victim Lieberman Govan at them up my pillow. The Hamilton shield. Now, said Lieberman is dragging the country to new elections. His conditions for joining the coalition were way too high. He wanted to conscripts ultra-orthodox Jews to the military. That's now is saying, but that's not really the main issue. The main issue here is that Netanyahu is probably about to be facing criminal charges for corruption, and he tried to build a coalition that would allow him to make some pretty dramatic moves. So a sitting prime minister cannot be indicted and to form a coalition that would help them. Do that was a really big ask and it just complicated all these negotiations. So when he couldn't form the government, he did something else. He pushed for new elections. He wanted to block the Israeli President from being able to pick someone else to form the government. This sounds fairly chaotic Daniel, what, what is the reaction like there? What are people saying it is? I think people are in shock. It's the first time this is ever happened in Israel to have elections. And then a month later to throw all that away to call new ones, and there were in the last few days. These threats of new elections. And but there was a sense that it was kind of this big game of chicken last second Tahu, this brilliant tactician, that everyone knew would figure out a way to get a majority and he didn't Netanyahu as you point out has had some scandals following him around. Is he expected to win the next round of elections or vulnerable? I think he's in a very vulnerable position. The last election was very close. And if some of his previous voters, this time around blame him for dragging the country to elections, again his party could lose votes and he does win again. It will be harder for him to form a government. He'll be even more desperate than this past round and his political or his potential coalition partners will will be even more demanding in what they want in return. So all of this political chaos could be signalling to us than Thanh with all of his legal troubles is no longer a strong figure that a majority of lawmakers or at least on the right wing are willing to rally around this is not just a shock for Israel. It's also surprise to the White House. President Trump is a close ally of Netanyahu's today, members of Trump's team, working on a Mideast peace deal are into Roussel has this them, right? Well, it could be a major blow. Jared Kushner, Jason green Blat landed in Jerusalem last night to advance their peace proposal. Seems like the worst possible timing the last time there were Isreaeli elections, the White House, delayed its peace plan that could happen again. And by the time you haven't Isreaeli government. You're in November and US primary season starts twenty twenty presidential elections. Coming up the peace plan
Privatised water: should the UK reconsider?
"Years of steady and rising bills have raided the decades-long consensus in Britain, the private companies run things more efficiently than the state privatized. Water utilities have come in for particular criticism and are among the companies targeted for nationalization by the opposition labor party, but would cost prohibitive. Joe Plymouth discusses this question with Jonathan Ford. The question of The Wilshire industry's future in Britain has become a very very heated one with labor promising to nationalize industry. It comes to power claiming this will make things better for customers. And obviously the industry extremely anxious and cross about the way in which its future has been put into question in this way. I suppose the first thing Joe is correct. Say that customers pay more when water services are in private hands. Well, it depends peel comparing too but a study that compared water prices in England and Wales with Scotland where it was nationalized shows that they more expensive in England miles nothing bills or seventy pounds higher in England. And according to the national orders office water prices, and then Linda wells with forty percent higher in twenty. Twelve than they were privatization. So there's something behind the analysis that the privatization took place hasn't been overwhelmingly of benefit to the customer. I mean, obviously, the industry itself talks about the large amount of investment, it's Putin. But let's turn now to the story that you've written which is about the question of how much it would cost to privatize the industry. Your story contains some calculations from Moody's the credit rating agency, which says that the cost to the government of nationalizing water would be about fourteen and a half billion pounds. Now that significantly lower than the forty four billion pounds, which was cited in a pretty well circulated paper from a think tank called the social market foundation last year. Now, what it counts for that big difference? I mean have water shares collapsed in value since the SMS came out with their number about the mechanism that you used labor. Isn't proposing to make takeover bids for companies in the stock market at stock market prices what they're planning to do is to buy out. The regulated company that owns the S and delivers the water from the holding company. So labor has said that it would by the water companies on the basis of the book failure, which is essentially the value of the minus the did and the calculation by Moody's food. The if t has is to Mason that that's around fourteen point five billion, of course, that only a starting point because what labor is also saying is that they would look at some of the costs that have been incurred since privatization. So they may for example to duct the one billion pound fund pension deficit that's been ramped up since privatization and taken to count things such as land sales with the worst company sold off a lot of the land. Don't think that the price of that should be included in compensation price. Is that some people would say that forcing people to sell you the company at net asset value be quite tough. I mean, there are some companies in the stock market which trade at or below book value, but a lot of them don't and this is a quite profitable industry. So is that not a bit unfair to basically start from the position that you're simply going to pay what the assets are worth and they more. Well, the accurate that cure me, cool, but on the labor party have made and infect point with seem to agree with Michael Govan. The conservative party is that these companies have made excessive return since privatization, and because of that they don't see that they should pay them a premium based on their existed for tunes England and Wales and fat to the only countries in the world to have privatized. The worst companies on the spaces handing over the regional water supplies to private companies nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight with note it and in fact, giving them. Grant of one point five billion since then the wreck top fifty one billion pounds, borrowing and paid out fifty six billions in David's say labor is saying why should we pay these companies that wrecked up all the
Former Nazi SS camp guard, 94, faces trial in Germany
"Fifty one year old Virendra Govan was discovered unresponsive on Sunday and pronounced dead a short while later. Both deaths are being investigated as suicides. Both death row inmates were also multiple murderers officials say they have no evidence that the incidents are related. There are currently seven hundred forty inmates on California's death row since nineteen seventy eight twenty five have committed suicide, Richard Gonzales, NPR news. San Francisco, the US Olympic Committee is seeking to revoke the status of USA gymnastics as the national governing body for the sport. It was a gymnastics. It's still facing challenges over the scandal. A former team doctor Larry Nassar, he's in prison for sexually assaulting girls. They organization has been accused of badly handling accusations of sexual assault by USA gymnastics members, I'm korva Coleman. NPR news from Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Twentieth Century, Fox with widows four women decide to pull off a heist to pay back the debt their husbands left behind in the new thriller from the writer of gone girl, and the director of twelve years a slave widows in theaters November sixteenth, this is morning edition on KCRW ahead on morning edition. The government spends lots of money to stop Islamic extremism while virtually ignoring threats posed by far right racist hate groups, there really haven't been much resources devoted to developing efforts to counter that form of violent extremism. Moron. This underfunded and neglected area. Left coming up on morning edition here
In India, Facebook's WhatsApp Plays Central Role in Elections
"What's up the facebook owned instant messaging application has two hundred fifty million uses in india it's a great way for people to communicate to keep up with friends and family but is it also a major factor when it comes to elections well i'm joined now on the line by govern drudge efi raj in mumbai he's founder of boom and india spend two sites that fuck check indian political and government claims govan judge two hundred and fifty million users what's behind this must have popularity of what's happened india very popular because that's the cheapest way to communicate you don't india is resisting the huge up in telecom users and people for many people the mobile phone is really the first point of internet access and that's intern becomes aware communicating with other stories just messages but also images for grabs videos and and it's really last three years we've seen a huge jump in the way it's not just in the number of subscribers but also in the way people use for now what you're looking in india right now is the provincial elections in europe visit and and the results were declared day before yesterday now the the thing that we've seen in the what you've seen in these election is the way what happens when used along with other social media fat offering facebook and youtube and to communicate and target messages to small groups too so party like the party which also reus at the center is.