21 Burst results for "Great Barrington"
"great barrington" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"First month visit better h e l p dot com slash feel happy for 15% off your first month. Kevin Brennan. WBC's traffic on the threes Well, cabinets the first full day of winter, and we're in the forties. Pretty much everywhere. We did see some snow flurries out in the Pittsfield. North Adams Great Barrington area. Those seem to have passed and that didn't really accumulate, but it was pretty For the rest of the day. We've got a cool breeze tonight. Patchy clouds Low 28 Tomorrow is very much like today. Just maybe a couple of degrees cooler and again with that cool breeze, sun and clouds. Thursday, starting out to get really warm. That's the great part of it. How about 55 degrees? But then here comes the storm for Christmas Eve. We're looking at localized flooding winds gusting to 50 to 60 miles an hour, especially along the coast at night and again very heavy rain, bringing that chance of some flooding. The rain will continue, according to Dean DeVore through Christmas Day. In the afternoon hours, maybe three or four. It'll stop and then it will turn sharply colder so things could freeze. Looks like a dry, sunny, mid thirties weekend Saturday and Sunday. More normal weather the high 32 35 the like. We are concerned about that Christmas Eve storm to the extent of power outages being possible with those wind gusts. And again listen to the radio for your weather updates as we approach Christmas Eve well, the T Essa is projecting and recording already big numbers for air travel despite all of the warnings against traveling during a pandemic..
"great barrington" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"They're all good. And the mass Turnpike is clear from the Allston Brighton stretch all the way out towards to 90 in Auburn miking WBZ is traffic on the three on the weather out there is getting better by the minute looking at the radar again. Those showers that air spotting over the Cape and islands parts of the South Coast South shore starting to break up a bit, So that's good news. We had that long line of showers right over the outer Cape. Has now pushed off out to sea and the rest of the state just dealing with a bit of cloud cover right now, which we're not complaining about later on tonight, it is going to be pretty brisk. It's going to turn much colder than it was this time. 24 hours ago low tonight about 37 in Boston, Lower thirties North and west. It looks like we're already seeing those thirties right now through the Berkshires Got 35 in Great Barrington, 38 North Adams. Pushing 32, actually right by the Vermont border. Now, tomorrow, it's not gonna warm up too much. You will need to bring some layers to work, sun and clouds. It's gonna look nice out there, but we have this chilly, gusty wind that's sticking around. So the mercury will say 45, but it will feel like the thirties all day. Warming up a bit on Thursday. Lots of sun behind your 50 next round of rain coming in on Friday with a couple of showers and high near 52 right now, in Worcester, where it 42 seemed 47 taught in 48 National in New Hampshire, and right now in Boston at 7 35. We're down to 49 degrees. Health care workers and people in long term care facilities, like nursing homes should be first in line to get the covert vaccine. That's according to a C D C panel that voted on its distribution recommendation plan earlier today.
"great barrington" Discussed on Dopey: On the Dark Comedy of Drug Addiction
"And he spoke and those a small meeting in. Their Dylan like nause some of the stories we did some pretty stupid shit. So anytime, we heard somebody speak who had like some sort of you know similar level of. Their. Store, it immediately gravitated toward number eight federal. In this guy, we like act and so you're not talking to them after the meeting Dylan it eventually became his sponsor. Talk a lot at this point, I was pretty heavy into into the action part of the program so he would call. About certain things off me, it stuff like that. So we seem around a lot and so you know then he moved out with those guys ended up relapse in You know keep back to the area DILLARD's a out seem a little bit and this is probably about two thousand. Fifteen and then and then I moved away from the area get that job and kind of move closer. So the previous for the couple of years before before he passed it and see him or really like Eddie those guys to too much. Kinda like this first time in my sobriety really just fucking became crazy with work. You know kind of like that is almost like became an addiction in mid mid thirties like five years six years sober does like united. This is what I should be doing ultimately that that was great and I learned a lot. But what what happened was I got really disconnected from my primary purpose from the programming. became, really happy to crass like forty pounds just locking went on and. I remember I got to see Chris and I haven't talked to him We would actually said each other text messaging since birthday was a day before mine. So every year around birthdays we would we would we tax tax your tax you the day after Within the network, but I have seen it in a couple of years and really Eddie those guys they came down. To or came off, I should say to Great Barrington and. On a Saturday or Sunday and Christmas Air, he's doing what is weekend shifts and? Pretty much spent the majority timeouts air just kind of Chad, within the corner of the living room. In that was that was you know July July August Couple later I got that phone call at work. It overdose so By. Now, he didn't seem high I feel like I have a pretty good radar for that gap. But now he did he didn't see to me I'm sure he was trying to like a miniature ESPEC- could be at the at the House off people who know pretty well built bat. Look pretty well. Only. Crazy crates. And then the fucked up thing is that after he died,.
"great barrington" Discussed on Radio Boston
"So in Sweden. In. The product that nursing home was in Stockholm which have a much higher. Rate than the rest of Sweden despite the same energy. So in stock on, it were the nursing home was a catastrophe wasn't quite as bad as in Massachusetts New York New Jersey was bad So They didn't. Properly check to people in the nursing homes in stock and the rest of the Sweden they did fine. But certainly not in Stockton. So. For my last excuse me just a second. Excuse me for my last question I want to switch gears. You and your colleagues put this proposal forward through the American Institute for Economic Research in Great Barrington Massachusetts. That is funded in part by the by Charles. Coke. There have been accusations that there was a politicisation because of that political funding. And and the position has been adopted by people who are creating this framing a binary framing politically of the lockdown downers versus the herd immunity crowd. If, you could go back and do it again. Would you release this under auspices that were not so politically? Patino. So, of the three of us who signed author this Myself. The world's preeminent infused with just. Enough to go to university as well as Dr J. Shahryar at Stanford University. None of us is taking any money from any from little companies. The large corporations certain are from the CO fighters none of us have received any funding. Any stipends on Araya or salary from the institute which was at North from anybody else we are all putting our own own personal fans. To spending personal signs to be able to do this work. The, the institute had not seen this. Declaration before it was completed and signed so. The idea about cuck brushes, brothers just nonsense actually caught the coke brothers has found any surges an appeal college with a very pro lockdown person who was one of the initiators of proposing dance so to. Accuse us of getting fans from the cook. is just abusive to do. So we'll know either they funded the institute or they didn't I mean, I think that's just a matter of fact I'm afraid we're GONNA have to stop there. That's Martin Call Door for professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital one of the Co authors of the Great Barrington. Declaration. Professor. Coulter, thanks for joining us. Thank you. Listening to that conversation was Dr Shell Walinsky she's also professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, a practicing infectious disease physician at Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and women's and Chief of the division of Infectious Diseases at mass general..
"great barrington" Discussed on Radio Boston
"For obvious reasons because been the run for less than a year so. For some diseases, we get lifelong immunity for others we don't eventually wanes. My guess is that we don't get a lifelong immunity from co of it, but I don't know for sure nobody knows for sure. Okay. Then the other thing you said in those opening remarks was that there's a thousand four hundred higher mortality for certain. Portions of the population and for other portions of the population it seems as if the argument in the Great Barrington. Declaration is based in the concept that the appropriate metric is mortality. But I do want to ask we have seen data that suggests for example, that people who are otherwise healthy and maybe have light or no symptoms experienced damage to their heart damage to their lungs and as you just said. We've had this virus or been aware of for less than a year. How do we know that there aren't other serious lasting impacts of of getting the virus even if I mean that the more morbidity part even if mortality is not at issue so in terms of. long-term effects let's say half a year. There are cases of nineteen released to that Yes. Like this angle influence. And many other diseases I have not seen any study. that shows that it's More for after covid nineteen than after an you'll influenza. When it comes to launching effects beyond the year obviously, we do not know anything about that. What we do know is that the lockdowns that we are implementing we school closures. Et CETERA has led to catastrophic collateral. Damage Education is very important for school children but only that we also have school impressive schooling's important for physical health and mental health cardiovascular disease outbreaks. or a much worse because people people dying for that the childhood immunization rates have plummeted. Cancers are down but that's not the case. People don't get counselors because they're not detected they're not. The same cancer screenings. So somebody who might Have Maybe fifteen twenty years. Minority die of..
"great barrington" Discussed on Radio Boston
"Of being afraid of something that's invisible that that is putting their lives in a tailspin you are a halloween pro many people are morning not being able to have a traditional Halloween this year what is your advice for those people about how to still? Love the holiday this year. Well, we're in a a place in time where we have instantaneous access to more halloween related media than ever before we also have the ability certainly to decorate our homes and our yards to a degree that didn't. When I was growing up I, I can tell you that if you had asked the the eighteen year old version of me when I first got into building haunted attractions if there would ever be a time where you could go and purchase a nine foot skeleton prop for home, depot would have told you you were you're out of your mind. So there are certainly a a myriad number of socially. Responsible ways that people can still celebrate the the the holidays and they can socially network remotely. They can spend time with their you know their family and and in the home and build their own little haunted nooks and attractions and their front yard and stay safe until next year and that skip Dylan President of wicked amusements and chamber of terror in Salem. SKIP. Thanks for sharing your story with us today. Always, and happy Halloween. We are going to talk now about stewing controversy over how to fight the coronavirus pandemic. It emerged after a small group of scientists argued that the US should pursue herd immunity that is let most people go back to normal try to protect the most vulnerable and ride this out until enough people have had the virus and our immune to it that the spread. Naturally stops though scientists signed their great Barrington Declaration at a think tank meeting in Great Barrington Massachusetts some members of the trump administration have embraced it. Now, backlash from other parts of the scientific community has been swift and harsh critics argue that a herd immunity approach is well outside the mainstream of science and would have a catastrophic death toll now a quick reminder. On the numbers two, hundred, twenty, thousand Americans of died from the pandemic with more than eight million cases in the country. Scientific Consensus is the virus is airborne and currently there is no approved vaccine the Centers for disease, control and prevention gives the corona virus and infection fatality rate of point six, five percent many times higher than that of the seasonal flu we. have to local voices for you. Now, one is a CO author of the Great Barrington Declaration and one is a CO author of the John Snow. Memorandum condemning, we welcome I Martin culled ORF a professor of medicine at Harvard, medical school and Brigham and Women's Hospital. He is one of the three authors of the Great Barrington..
"great barrington" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"No, no. Your home is your home and your instead of your office being your second home, Your home is also your office. But it's predominantly your home. That's hard, because sometimes you know for a lot of us. It's good to go home to escape from work, meaning I don't like to bring work home like I've learned over the years work stays at work home his home and when you can separate the two life is good at home. But when work is home, and you're working from home, and then you got it. I have family life at home and talk to the kids at home might go crazy. Yeah, but the whole point is that we're moving towards integration where you don't have to separate because it's properly integrated. Because you have the resource is that you need That's where it's going. Listen every day I would go down in that courthouse and I would say this is the dumbest thing I ever saw in my life. Every day In the morning, tens of thousands of people wake up and all drive to the same place. Right and go up in the same elevators. And then at the end of the day, they all go down the same elevators and all drive out of the same place. That's old school. And what's happening is cos they're finding out that doesn't even work for them anymore. You know, so I think we're going to keep moving in this direction, and companies are getting very creative about offering incentives and benefits to people to help with that integration. Okay, listen, when we come back, let can we please talk just for a second. About this Great proclamation, The Great Barrington Declaration that has everybody losing their minds. Three doctors wrote a thing about the Corona virus, and now everybody is very upset. X O K. If I am 6 40 live everywhere on the I. Heart radio at a new Defense Department study shows that Cove it 19 exposure risk on airplanes is very low as long as everybody is masked up. A record setting amount of early voting has already happened in the.
Fauci calls coronavirus herd immunity approach ‘nonsense, very dangerous’
"The nation's top infectious disease doctor, is denouncing an approach to controlling Corona virus. ABC is Erica. Turkey has more on the idea of herd immunity. It's called the Great Barrington Declaration and approach that relies on herd immunity to defeat Covad 19. It would protect the elderly and allow the virus to spread among younger people, Dr Anthony Fauci told ABC News. It's ridiculous. This idea that we have the power to protect the vulnerable is total nonsense because history has shown That That's not the case while the virus persists, vouch, he urged American families to think twice about indoor gatherings on Thanksgiving. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New YORK, The mayor of Waltham, has issued a
Fauci calls coronavirus herd immunity approach ‘nonsense, very dangerous’
"Heard a lot about the White House embracing a study done by a Harvard doctor about herd immunity. Will, Dr Anthony found she's now denouncing a Koven 19 approach that has been endorsed by some at the White House. ABC is Aaron Carter Ski has more on that. It's called the Great Barrington Declaration and approach that relies on herd immunity to defeat covert 19. It would protect the elderly and allow the virus to spread among younger people, Dr Anthony Fauci told ABC News. It's ridiculous this idea. That we have the power to protect. The vulnerable is total nonsense because history has shown that that's not the case while the virus persists, vouch. He urged American families to think twice about indoor gatherings on Thanksgiving. Aaron Carter Ski, ABC NEWS New YORK All right, and now
"great barrington" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Too, many people would die or become disabled hospitals clinics and morgues would overwhelmed, and even if some people developed immunity, it would probably just be temporary. So there would continue to be ongoing waves of deaths and. The experience of the city of Manaus Brazil Gibson indication of what the toll of the virus is when it is left unchecked sixty, six percent of the city was infected and an astonishing one in five hundred people died of covid nineteen. A recent study from Stanford University suggests that only about nine percent of the US population has antibodies to the new coronavirus. Basic math shows that around one hundred, fifty, six, million more Americans would need to get infected to reach the fifty percent threshold for heard immunity from natural infection. You've seen the devastation caused by seven point, seven million cases. So just imagine the impact of another one, hundred, fifty, six, million cases. The Great Barrington Declaration authors argue that most of us wouldn't need to worry about this kind of wildly uncontrolled transmission Gupta even believes that people under sixty five shouldn't be concerned. This is a very dangerous assertion letting the virus run rampant in young adults inevitably leads to infections and deaths in older people. A strategy of going for heard immunity from natural infection would lead to a massive death toll estimates. Suggest the result could be somewhere between one million to two and a half million dead Americans. The US health system would buckle under the weight of so many hospitalizations in ICU at missions. With, the health system to breaking point by the virus services for diseases like cancer diabetes and heart disease would be disrupted, which could lead to an increase in deaths from these other conditions and among those who are infected and survive research suggests that. People at any age may develop a long term illness called long covert that appears to affect the lungs heart brain and joints and can be highly debilitating. ALLOWING MILLIONS MORE AMERICANS TO GET COVA nineteen would also be devastating for the US economy on economy cannot be healthy if its population is sick assuming that the virus only affects health until the fall of twenty, twenty one, the covert nineteen crisis will cost the US economy sixteen trillion dollars a herd immunity strategy would push this cost much higher. So the Great Barrington Declaration strategy would cause a massive burden of death and disability and further harm the US economy yet there's no guarantee that it would even lead to herd immunity. It isn't clear whether being infected with a new corona virus and recovering leads to long term persistent immunity. There is mounting evidence that the level of antibodies against SARS covy to falls quickly after infection, we also know from a small number of case reports that the virus can reinfect people who were previously infected. while. We don't know how common such reinfection is and perhaps it may turn out to be rare. Nevertheless, the renowned Yale Immunologist Akiko Ila Sake says reinfection cases tell us that we cannot rely on immunity acquired by natural infection to confer hurt immunity not only is this strategy lethal for many, but also it is not effective. And what about the idea of shielding the vulnerable? This would be both impossible and inhumane. Supporters of a shielding approach don't specify exactly who they mean by the vulnerable. Let's assume that the vulnerable.
"great barrington" Discussed on The Current
"What happens to the Tourism Paradise Rapanui also known as Easter Island when people stopped showing up and explore what it means to start a black utopia. You can listen to pin-drop wherever you get your podcasts. This is. PODCAST. was saying, let's do this for the three months that it takes for the pathogen to sweeps through the population I. Think. Almost. All mathematical models would agree to that an unindicted that is what we've observed in many countries where it has kind of ripped through. So I mean I would be confident in saying that if we adopted this strategy, then maybe we could all have a very nice normal Christmas professor Sinatra. Gupta is one of the people behind what's being called the Great Barrington Declaration. She is theoretical epidemiologist at Oxford University and to get that Nice. Normal Christmas. The strategy is calling for the loosening of pandemic restrictions except for Titan, protections for the most vulnerable the goal here is herd immunity, and that declaration appears to be gaining some support. Its website says its gathered nearly five hundred thousand signatures. Largely from ordinary people but thirty, five, thousand from doctors and scientists from around the world in support of this and the New York Times is reporting that the White House likes what it sees in this declaration. But there are plenty of health professionals who don't John. Moore is a microbiologist and immunologist at Weill Cornell. Medical College in New York City and actually shoot is an epidemiologist and mathematical model at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto Good Morning to you both. Good Morning Good morning actually just briefly as you understand it what is the great Barrington Declaration proposing gave the the little thumbnail sketch there the beginning but what are they suggesting we do? So. Basically, the idea is that we isolate people who are vulnerable We can talk about how you identify who's horrible for later on, but and basically let the rest of the population get back to life as normal and let the virus spread through the population get nothing section so that we build up immunities and and basically when you reach a certain level of immunity in the population. The idea is that the virus will stop transmitting. And so that's how vaccines work and but the the way that we do vaccinations quite different from how this is being proposed in the sense that you would have to have a fairly significant proportion of the population get infected with Kovac and because it's spreading the population. Once we reached that hurting unity level, we still have virus in the population. And so we would have to basically exceed that hurt immunity threshold in order to to have the virus effectively, you have enough immunity in relation that we would be transient we at least protected from from further outbreaks, John More. What do you make of this? If we let the virus ripped through the population will we have heard immunity Christmas Nice Normal Christmas? It's callous dangerous nonsense. No one of the problems with mathematical modeling is the phenomenon of in garbage out and if you. Put in the parameters of your model incorrectly you get. unreliable answers this this is being hammered in the scientific community I while in by people with him, you know that you know that Sh- for for one thing because some of the parameters simply floor might what constitutes immunity and population. And even if they were correct, the human cost of doing they propose to do is terrible. To get had immunity which has just been described accurately. You know there is a you can render sufficient number of population in fact so you reduce the pool of Pe- targets for the virus. That may be an achievable thing. But to achieve it you need..
"great barrington" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"There is a proposal on Kobe that is now getting media attention in all of the ways that you'd expect the media to give it attention. Namely, the media hated. It's something called the Great Barrington Declaration. It is penned by three disease specialists, including Dr J. Monetary. He's a professor at Stanford University Medical School physician epidemiologist, Health economist and public health policy expert. And the Great Barrington proposal is very different from the other proposals that have been put forward the total lock down proposals, the universal Mask mandates and all the rest, joining us on the line to discuss it. The media coverage of it and the futility. Of some of the policies that have been discussed in opposition to it is Dr Bhattacharya appreciate your time. So much to be here. So why don't we start with what exactly The Great Barrington Declaration suggests it sort of looks a lot like what I did to Justin back in March April was first suggested by a Hebrew University science has something called controlled Avalanche. The idea being that you protect those who are most vulnerable and everybody else who was healthy. You basically Encouraged to live their normal lives. And as the disease moves through so long as it is not moving fast enough to overwhelm the hospital system. That is, that is not a bad thing. That is a good thing. It is making a lot of people immune to the disease that is building up herd immunity, which has become the phrase nobody wants to talk about. What is the Great Barrington Declaration? And what does it have to say about herd immunity, which has become the phrase that you're not allowed to outer anymore? That's the great parenting Declaration actually is a long lines, You said, protect the vulnerable. That's the most important thing and then let everyone else live their lives free. The Let me let me defend it because it's worth of defense on the we know from the One now that there may be a new lesson march, But now we know that there's a thousandfold difference in the risk of older people face in getting infected versus younger people that a thousandfold difference. Younger people die at lower rates from this disease. Then they do die from the flu. That is absolutely a fact. Older.
"great barrington" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"May 19th w L. Welcome back. This is the bench appear Osho. Well, there is a proposal on Kobe that is now getting media attention in all of the ways they would expect media to get attention. Namely, the media hated. It's something called the Great Barrington Declaration. It is penned by three disease specialists, including Dr J. Monetary. He's a professor at Stanford University Medical School physician epidemiologist, Health economist and public health policy expert. And the Great Barrington proposal is very different from the other proposals that have been put forward the total lock down proposals, the universal Mask mandates and all the rest of joining someone to discuss that the media coverage of it and the futility. Of some of the policies that have been discussed in opposition to it is Dr Monetary appreciate your time. Oh, my God should be here. So why don't we start with what exactly The Great Barrington Declaration suggests it sort of looks a lot like what I'd seen Justin back in March April was first suggested by a Hebrew University science has something called controlled Avalanche. The idea being that you protect those who are most vulnerable and everybody else who is healthy. You basically Encouraged to live their normal lives. And as the disease moves through so long as it is not moving fast enough to overwhelm the hospital system. That is, that is not a bad thing. That is a good thing. It is making a lot of people in mutated disease. It is building up herd immunity, which has become the phrase nobody wants to talk about. What is the Great Barrington Declaration? And what does it have to say about herd immunity, which has become the phrase that you're not allowed to utter anymore? Yes, The great printer Declaration actually is a long lines, You said, protect the vulnerable. That's the most important thing and then let everyone else live their lives free the money. Let me defend it because it's worth the defense on that. We know from the One. Now, that may be a new lesson march, But now we know that there's a thousandfold difference in the risk of older people based in getting infected versus younger people that a thousandfold difference..
White House embracing herd immunity - WHO says letting virus spread to reach herd immunity is "unethical"
"Embraced the notion of herd immunity, the point at which a disease stop spreading because nearly everyone in the population has contracted it. But the New York Times reports despite the number of people who've been infected 85 to 90% of the American population is still susceptible to the Corona virus. The White House sights what's called the Great Barrington Declaration, which argues against lockdowns and calls for a reopening of businesses and schools recently. The World Health Organization also said it does not advocate lockdowns is the primary means of controlling the virus. Though the head of the W H O said it was unethical to let Covad 19 spread to achieve herd immunity. The University
"great barrington" Discussed on WJR 760
"Risk. So claims this group three of them who posted this webinar at unheard. That's a Chee rd dot com. If you're interested in hearing their full thing, by all means, check it out. It's interesting. But the question is, does the cost justify whatever the benefit will be medically and that people will be more freely getting cancer screenings and vaccinations and things like that, and you may ask, Look. Will we be forced to re engage in the economy? If if my child is home schooled right now, do I have to send them back? If I'm not currently going into the office? Will I have to go back? Doctor? Colder off, says no. This will be a voluntary strategy cut seven. Overall strategy is To protect the elderly. Well, I think the young live their lives, but nobody should be forced to. Ah, do anything if if 25 year old Person wants to. Ah, isolate themselves in a cabin up in the mountains for the next six months. They can do so. If parents wants to do home schooling or Children they can do so. So now we're forcing people to engage. I wish you'd let people but if they want to or not, that's up to them. So if you do that, really, how many people will re engage? How ready are people who overcome their fears and concerns to send their child back to a crowded classroom? How many people are ready to go back to an office? How many people are ready to go back to the large lecture halls on universities faculty included that are under the age of 60. Because this doesn't really work unless people reengage, so if you're in the herd, ready to get back into the herd, If you've been now roaming the range, let's get to Terry. And how Terry, Welcome to the show. You're the league hitter. Hey, guys. How you doing? Excellent, sir. I fully fully support the great variant in declaration on everything that these doctors air espousing. If we're actually talking science and data if I feel like that's the only logical Path towards and into all this craziness. Because you don't want the elderly the people that are at risk to come out and possibly contract this virus and die. But why not let people that have less than You know, a percentage of a percentage chance of dying from this. Why not let him go on and live their lives? So let me ask you this, you say open the economy back up. The economy is 90% open those that are currently unemployed. A significant portion of them are unemployed by choice because they're either fearful or they're making so much money on unemployment. They don't want to go back. So when you say, open the economy back up, open it How much? It's already pretty much open. And it also presumes that just because you build it, they will come. Do you think people are ready? Really ready to go back out into a larger crowds? Well, guys, I think a lot of those numbers air You know, the The reason for it is because of our reaction to this virus. You know, the government has shut everything down for six months. You know how many how many of these businesses have closed down permanently, and they can't open back up because you know there's no there's no path forward for him. It's interesting when we asked that of the chamber, they say they still see growth even in this economy under these restrictions, So I guess that's my question. And you sound like a guy that has been doing a lot of reading on this. If you want to apply cost benefit analysis to this and look at the potential cost in terms of more people in the hospital, more people with infections. Ah, and perhaps more people dying. Does opening up the economy marginally, which is really what we're talking about here because we're already 90% open. Does it really justify the cost? No, I think it's you know, like the people on the Great Barrington Declaration, said it. It's a person's own decision where they were, whether they want to do this or not. And You know if we're talking about numbers, you know the whole 14 days the solar spread was was to stop medical centers from overrun with that really never happened. And you know, we're going on over six months of, you know, shutting down most of the economy for this when our medical centers haven't been overrun, so it's pointless. That could be. I gotta tell you, Terry. I think Matt Simms would beg to differ with you on that at Royal Oak, Beaumont. They certainly felt like they were overrun. And it DMC and Henry Ford. They were certainly close to capacity. If not beyond very big into right. I think it worked. The 14 days did flatten the curve. And God knows Now we're seeing a A slight increase, but I think all reasoned arguments. Terry and I appreciate the fact that you've done the reading on the Great Barrington and that's Ah, on the Barrington Agreement. That's it. Certainly you're very well versed in discussing and I appreciate you being the league hitter today. Thank you. Go to Sam in Ypsilanti. Sam. What do you think about this doesn't make sense to you. Yeah, it totally makes sense guy. And first of all, it's too windy where I'm standing right now. No, You're fine. Okay, Great. It's talk radio. We're all windy here. I don't know why that hit me so hard. You're pretty funny. Anyway, I called in In the summer, one time about the same issue, And I told you that I had five Children and you ask question. You said, Well, well, would you send those kids to school of school started right now. Which was a great question, because it puts the spot on me and I hate political answers, and I wanted to give you a yes or no, but I said, I don't know. So why did I say that? Because I didn't have enough information to make that decision for my Children and your last guest. He brought up analogy that almost everybody brings up and he brought it up in a subtle way, he said. If we take the brakes off this well, one of my kids is 15, and she doesn't have her driver's license is yet right. But And you don't want my point is we don't realize how many issues there are just with driving, and we're just starting to realize how many issues there are with Cove it and so I tried to simplify everything. The issue is Do we control everything, or do we give the power to the people that they already had and let them make their own decisions or make let them make their decisions for their Children or for that incident there, they're elderly. People that they take care of who don't have the mental capacity to take care of themselves. Understood, Sam. I think that's a very reasoned argument. And you're right. It comes down a zit always has, really. Now, if you open everything back up to what our tolerance for risk is And so I'm a little more than a little skeptical that we'll get this economic surge that everybody would desire. Because I still think there's so much fear out there and I don't think necessarily opening things up will change that. Thanks for calling in appreciate it. We'll get back to more of your.
"great barrington" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Actually, we do that, too. Now, The TV show has a download. That's the Mondays for Friday program that I do and we talk about the evils of sugar and fructose can on DH being the the what it does alcohol being so fully sugar, that sort of stuff. That's part of it least what we talked about on the DJ. Download a DJ show dot com. Now this Great Barrington declaration that has been getting some attention. Not as much as it should. Why do you think it's hard for people to? Why's it? Why don't why do you think this has spread around? More more competitive and why do you think, But let's first I mean, it's all politics of having things. So this was a declaration that was authored and signed in Great Barrington, United States. It was signed initially by three. Leading professors in the country. In one a professor of medicine at Harvard University. One Ah, professor. Of immunology and epidemiology at Oxford and then another A professor. Ah, physician and epidemiologist and health economist at Stanford. So these air, not exactly shady. Low lives. These air, prominent academics the what are considered the most acclaimed universities in the world. And what they're doing is saying Whoa, Let's think and these air experts in their fields so they're not, you know, smart people, great institutions outside of their field. So this is their field had a protect the public from from pandemics, and there's Saying. Whoa, folks, let's rethink this. Are we Are we acting in the best interest of everybody for the long run by shutting down our lives and and just going inside? And there They have put together the What's called and you can all go look at the The Great Barrington Declaration. It's infectious disease. Epidemiologist, public health scientists. They're concerned about the damaging physical and mental health impacts. From the prevailing Covad 19 policies, and they're recommending what they call an approach called focused protection, so that those who we now know who are at highest risk the elderly. Those who have Co morbid conditions that we protect that sub group of the population. But let everybody else go and live their life. Yes, you may want to wear a mask, social distance. Keep your hands clean, but go live your life. They will generate herd immunity over time. And we won't have all of the horrible catastrophes that they're goingto occur because everybody is being enclosed. I can't tell you how much cardiovascular prevention we're missing. How much cancer Prevention and treatment were missing. How much other diseases that are not getting diagnosed and treated. Keeping Children out of school is just painful to their long term. Ah to their long term wellbeing. So you so Doug asked. Why is this not getting Mohr Mohr? Ah, attention, and it's just because Politically. It's not a popular thing among people, some people, and unfortunately we're not using common sense here we're using. Unfortunately, politics is getting the way of a bullet. But the's three professors are just using good common sense and making a recommendation to use focused protection.
"great barrington" Discussed on 710 WOR
"You think if Joe Biden's in charge all of a sudden there's going to? No, there's just gonna be Mohr mask shaming. More people who are outside going for a bike ride. We're told. Where's your mask? More people were walking alone on a nature hike. This actually happened. A friend of mine and somebody passed from 20 ft. Away out in the woods. Where is your mask? Oh, it's not political. Well, there are people either have politicized this or they're too stupid to have a conversation about what's actually a safety measure. Versus what He's just a waste of everybody's time, and it's annoying. It's harassment. I know. Look, I'm not giving up on this one because I think a lot of are a lot of people on our side. We're just going along. Let's show some good faith we don't want. I don't want to have this fight right now. Come on. I don't want to be wearing a mask. It's it's annoying, but I'll go along with it and Look, I've been beaten down by it, too. You want to be the one person in New York City? It's basically like walking around with a manga hat on now, if you know where, if you don't wear a mask outside That's how people view it in this city, and I'm sure that's true in other places, as well. Which, of course, is insane, but whether they wanted to become one or not, and I think they did. It is a political statement. So why lie about it? Why is Joe Biden and all these other Democrat politicians? Why do they have masks on their avatars on Twitter? Wire. Their social media accounts all changed out so their their official photo has a mask on Oh, because that's really that's inspiring people the mask up. I don't give a crap what thes politicians do with their with their own medical decisions and safety. That's up to them. Because I owe off Joe Biden's wearing a mask. I better wear one too. It's all symbolic friends. It's symbolic of control there trying to see how much they can make you do and what they can get away with, and unfortunately they've gotten away with far too much. Unfortunately, we're at a point now where we're just negotiating over how deep the tyranny will run instead of whether we're actually gonna get our freedom back. I'm hoping this will start to change. I'll tell you in just a little bit about thousands of scientists, doctors, researchers who were saying these lockdowns are horrible. It is not scientific. It needs to stop. Great Barrington Declaration. Why? Why aren't you hearing about this in other places? Why isn't this the number one story on every conservative signed the country? I can't tell, you know, Let's have a bunch of people do the same Five things to look for in tonight's vice presidential debate is what everyone does. Okay? No, I got it. We got to cover our bases, and there's a vice presidential debate tonight. But This declaration out of Great Barrington, Massachusetts, is Honestly, it should be the end of all of this stuff that we're seeing with the lockdowns should be all over. Done tomorrow Finished. These are scientists. That's what they're saying. But no not gonna happen. People don't want to admit that they're wrong, and they don't want to give up control and they're pretending that this is about keeping you safe. Here's here's the truth. They can't keep you safe and they don't care. And that's why when Trump says, Don't let this dominate your life. Don't be afraid all the time. It enrages them so much. Because that's what they want, and they've gotten used to it. And now just Trump saying, that takes away some of the power that they have accumulated, and so they react with rage at this particular the journos. Oh, I don't know who the worst people aren't America, journalists or mask shamers, although there's obviously a lot of crossover there coming up on 7 10 w. O R. What is CNN's in house doctor have to say, Well, here's a hand. You should be very afraid that's coming Masters like appreciation with high cash flow. The Federal Reserve is boosting realestate markets now with super.
"great barrington" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Jury hated him. Real thing would have been telling me he was GONNA win at the end and finds out that would've been. I would've been one of the most painful things I've ever seen. The show of Ben gets there like you guys love me right. And they're like no we go. I'm seeing a lot of people saying that like the Michelle wanted to make fire but I did. I did read from multiple sources that the reason Natalie. Choose Michelle Natalie says it Sarah says it and unless I severely misheard Michelle herself also said it that she did not want to make fire and that she was kind of a mess leading up to it. Well what she did. She say she didn't WanNa make it though because it could be that she wanted to make became a mess. Saddam right like. I don't know if you've ever don't put me. I guess they'll not great but for sure the impression that like Natalie Sarah and all of them had was that she didn't want to also I will really listen to Michelle's interview for shore to for I don't know I was just saying I to. Yeah but but everybody else said that. They thought she did not want to make fire. So I'll I'll listen to what Michelle said. I thought she said he didn't want to either but I'm getting. I'm hearing some conflicting things about what she said but what everybody else said was that she did not want to make fire now. We're going to take a quick break for our sponsors and we'll be right back and we're back so let's get back to the show we We have we have a guest with us. Now we have somebody has joined us here on the podcast. Rob Yes do I miss anything nothing? He's nothing yes. Are you guys doing doing well? They're doing okay. Yeah how you been. I've been done robin good. Yeah no it's Great Barrington. I got to connect over the game a few weeks ago. So this is awesome. Yes I apologize I'm running late podcasting with Alli Lascher and we were trying to go. Give it to everything. Answer all the questions from the feedback. So it's been a busy day today. I mean I know from Myself Rob that I've literally spent all day trying to catch up. Stay on top of all of the information. I can't imagine your day has been it's been. It's been busy but very excited to be here all right. Well let's let's get into the the legacy watch then That we're going to get rob's opinion so there's The full list of winners all the winners are taking part in the legacy. Watch now and we're going to go over all of it here. So we have a blank canvas on the tears As we go here. Rob Did you. Did you see Wendell talking about the tears in the ponderosa videos. No no I did not. I didn't that. Was he pro tears or anti tear. Very pro tears talk. He was saying there three tiers which he was close. You talked about who is in what he feels like. He's in the Middle Tier.
"great barrington" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Radio. Choking kelly. We are cloudy, sixty four forty seven. Donald from kiss. One point three hours. Good to be here. Chuck, I see skin to see you as always to. Yeah. Kelly how're you doing? All right, good. Let's talk some music. We're gonna get we're going to get a couple of decent action town this weekend. As a matter of fact, one of them is tonight. You've heard of poppa. Chubby right. Yes. Absolutely. All right. And music. This guy Wales on guitar. He'll be playing the Van Dyke such cool venue. Oh, yeah. And here he is like Waylon on. Hey, Joe from Hendrix. He thinks too, but I thought that was really reliable. And he's just gonna put on a long show that is going to be very loud, and very exciting. Also, we have our low Guthrie you know him why. Mr. And of all places. He's playing the Guthrie center in great Barrington. That's tomorrow night, one of the classic city of New Orleans. John. He's only seventy one.
"great barrington" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In great Barrington say the pittsfield man was killed when he was accidentally shot during a youth. Turkey hunt in a wooded area long monument valley road. First responders rushed to the scene where he was pronounced dead. He was their hunting with three other people to adult and juvenile. No one else was injured. An autopsy is scheduled for today. Suzanne Sol's Ville WBZ Boston's NewsRadio California nearly seven hundred people remain quarantined after possibly being exposed to measles to Los Angeles. Universities a spokesman for California State University. Los Angeles said yesterday that one hundred six staff members and five hundred fifty students have been told to stay home and avoid contact with others thirty students and employee's from the university of California, Los Angeles also remained. Quarantine all of the students possibly exposed to a person with measles on each campus. Earlier this month, others have been cleared after proving their immunity with medical records or tests, the quarantines Mark one of the most sweeping efforts by health officials to contain the nation's measles outbreak who are cases have reached a twenty five year, high the annual White House correspondents dinner to play Saturday night at the Washington Hilton ballroom ABC's Dave Schreiber was there. The first time in decades. There was no comedian after dinner comedy had been a part of the affair going back to the Bob Hope days, the three thousand or so people who were there got a lecture from Ron chur now the author of biographies of Alexander Hamilton and Ulysses s grant chernow's said without facts, our democracy cannot function. I put any president who spies to the Nobel prize for peace. But we don't want in the running for the Nobel prize for fiction. President Trump was not in attendance at the dinner. Dave Schreiber ABC news, president held a rally in Wisconsin during the White House, correspondent's dinner, but to care not to bring it up. The president did bring up the usual, themes and attack the usual suspects. He talked for over an hour and twenty minutes boasting to pack the Rena in Green Bay about the economy and job creation. He also brought up his efforts to negotiate trade agreements, including the ongoing negotiations with China, and he urged Wisconsin to stick with him again for a second term. Wisconsin's one of the states that put him over the top in twenty sixteen. It is.
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"Wbz news time one twentyone a former senior executive at equifax has now been charged with insider trading in connection with last year's massive hack the equifax data breach exposed the personal information of one hundred forty eight million us customers and before news of the breach went public the securities and exchange commission said former equifax information officer john yang sold his shares reaping proceeds of nearly a million dollars the sec said had he waited he would've lost one hundred seventeen thousand young had been in line for a big promotion but was fired last summer now faces criminal and civil charges in georgia where equifax is based aaron katersky abc news and preservationists have received nearly four hundred thousand dollar federal grant to turn a historic black church in great barrington into a community center the berkshire eagle reporting today the national park service african american civil rights grants program has awarded the upper houston tonic valley national heritage area three hundred eighty nine thousand dollars they'll do that to restore the clinton ame zion church building dates back to eighteen eighty seven that church closed its doors in two thousand fourteen and the building has since fallen into disrepair the preservation group that bought the church estimates the.